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IJAT Vol.16 No.3 pp. 320-328
doi: 10.20965/ijat.2022.p0320
(2022)

Paper:

Production System Evaluation Method Considering Worker Taking Childcare

Hironori Hibino*,† and Yoshihiko Watanabe**

*College of Economics, Nihon University
1-3-2 Misaki-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-8360, Japan

Corresponding author

**Izugiken, Co., Ltd., Mishima, Japan

Received:
January 8, 2022
Accepted:
March 29, 2022
Published:
May 5, 2022
Keywords:
production system, childcare leave, modeling and simulation, cost evaluation, substitute
Abstract

It is becoming increasingly important for companies to accommodate childcare leave to support childbirth and childcare activities. It is important for them to raise the utilization rate of the maternity and childcare leave mechanisms. On the premise of the use of maternity and childcare leave, production planning and management are realizing that childbirth and childcare are important. We first analyzed female workers’ current situation in the manufacturing industry. Next, we proposed the production system simulation model while considering the production system in relation to maternity and childcare leave, and implemented the simulation while considering this premise. In addition, we proposed the cost evaluation method. To confirm the effectiveness of the proposed method, we carried out a case study that targeted an automobile parts production line.

Cite this article as:
Hironori Hibino and Yoshihiko Watanabe, “Production System Evaluation Method Considering Worker Taking Childcare,” Int. J. Automation Technol., Vol.16, No.3, pp. 320-328, 2022.
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