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Announcement - CNY 2021

Feb 10, 2021
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We will close our operation for CNY holiday from 11/2 until 15/2, our operation will resume 16/2 Tuesday.

We wish our Valuable Customer and Associate Business Partner, May Year of 2021 bring Health, Prosperous and Joyfulness to you and your family.

May We stay Strong and together grow prosper in Year 2021.


Happy Chinese New Year.


Progauge Enterprise - CNY 2021 Office Closure Notice

Feb 2, 2021
Progauge Enterprise - CNY 2021 Office Closure Notice
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With conjunction of upcoming Chinese New Year 2021
 
Our Office Operation date are as of below:
 
Office Close Date: 11th February 2021 to 15th February 2021.

Business resume on: 16th February 2021.

Click here for our Memo.
https://cdn1.npcdn.net/userfiles/22253/download/1612260514_8c3664a9c75c290c282042dfcd205a7e/Progauge_Enterprise_CNY_2021_Office_Closure_Letter.pdf

Wishing our Valued Customer and Business Associates

''Happy Chinese New Year & Stay Safe and Stay Healthy''

SOP for MCO (PKP) Area

Jan 24, 2021
SOP for MCO (PKP) Area
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Latest of the SOP up dated by our Kementerian Keselamatan Negara (KKN) till 23th January 2021.


Take Good Care, Stay Safe and Stay Healthy. 

Difference between RT-PCR vs RTK

Jan 22, 2021
Difference between RT-PCR vs RTK
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Sharing the test we have in the market. What is the difference between them?

This infographic from KKM has giving us clear information.


Stay Safe and Stay Healthy Everyone! 

Covid-19 Situation as of 20th January 2021

Jan 20, 2021
Covid-19 Situation as of 20th January 2021
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As of 20th January 2021, the updated status of Covid-19 in Malaysia has risen to 4,008 cases.

Sharing a link to see the whole country situation of Covid-19 by click the link below:

https://covid19.place/?lang=en-US

Stay Safe and Stay Healthy!

5S Series - Sustain

Jan 20, 2021
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Today we come to the last series of 5S, which is Sustain.

Sustain is the most difficult section but without sustaining the activities of 1 to 4 of the S series, your effort will be wasted.

Management Support is important
Without commitment from managers, the 5S processes won’t last long. Supervisors and managers should be involved in auditing the 5S work processes, and getting feedback from workers. They also need to provide the tools, training, and time for workers to get their jobs done right.

Department tours has to be done properly 
Bringing teams from one department to visit other departments will help familiarize the entire workforce with the processes of your facility. This type of “cross auditing” helps to spread good ideas, and inspires people to come up with new ways to improve the 5S implementation.

Updated training 
As time passes, there may be changes in your workplace, such as new equipment, new products, or new work rules. When this happens, revise your 5S work standards to accommodate those changes, and provide training on the new standards.


Progress audits
The standards that are created in the 5S program should provide specific and measurable goals. Checking on those goals with a periodic audit can provide important information and guidance. Where is 5S working well? Where are teams falling behind?

Performance evaluations
Once you know your goals are reasonable, make performance part of each employee evaluation. When teams and individuals perform well, celebrate it, and post overall results so each team can see how they compare to the rest of the facility.


Hope with this last series of the 5S, you able to implement successfully in your process or offices. 5S can help to improve your work area situation to better and better each time. Helping you to save cost in your daily operation as well.

Till then keep on 5S practices all time! 

Stay Safe and Stay Healthy!

CIMS - Approval for Operation - Progauge Enterprise

Jan 16, 2021
CIMS - Approval for Operation - Progauge Enterprise
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We obtain approval to operate in MCO period since April 2020. With latest Government impose MCO again for red zone, Progauge Enterprise is still able to operate.

If you require us to visit you at your facilities to take your equipment for operation, we shall follow strictly your facilities SOP.

Do contact us for any of the calibration matters.

Till then Stay Safe and Stay Healthy.

5S Series - Standardize

Jan 15, 2021
5S Series - Standardize
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We continue to the 4th Step which is the Standardize or in Japanese name it as Seiketsu.

We have cover the three steps of 5S cover the basics of clearing, organizing, and cleaning a work space; on their own, those steps will provide short-term benefits. The fourth step is as well important we name it as Standardize, or “seiketsu,” which simply means standardization.


By writing down what is being done, where, and by whom, you can incorporate the new practices into normal work procedure. This paves the way for long-term change.

Record down the decisions that you make in your 5S program will help ensure that your work doesn’t just disappear. If you made a 5S map in the Set In Order step, that map can be part of your new standard for the area. In the same way, the process that you use for red-tagging items can be written down and included in the standards.


Writing out your decisions doesn’t mean you can’t change your mind, though. The purpose of 5S is to make your workplace better, not to make it unchangeable. You are writing the standards for your facility, and you can change them to fit new information or new business needs.

Below are some tools for Standardizing that you may use at your work practices,
This communication is a key part of the Standardize step. Common tools for this process include:

  • 5S checklists – Listing the individual steps of a process makes it easy for workers to follow that process completely. It also provides a simple auditing tool to check progress later on.
  • Job cycle charts – Identify each task to be performed in a work area, and decide on a schedule or frequency for each of those tasks. Then, assign responsibility to a particular worker (or job duty). The resulting chart can be posted visibly to resolve questions and promote accountability.
  • Procedure labels and signs – Provide operating instructions, cleaning steps, and preventative maintenance procedures right where that information will be needed.
Hope above will help you and your organization have knowledge and implement 5S. 

5S able to improve your facilities and improve working environment.

Progauge Operation on MCO

Jan 13, 2021
Progauge Operation on MCO
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Progauge Enterprise Approval to operate on MCO since April 2020. The status still Approve for operate in MCO 2.0.

We will follow your regulation if you require us to visit your facilities to get equipment from you.

Do contact us and make arrangement with us for calibration matters.

Till then Stay Safe and Stay Healthy.

Prime Minister Special Announcement - 11 Jan 2021

Jan 12, 2021
Prime Minister Special Announcement - 11 Jan 2021
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Special announcement made by our Prime Minister on January 11, 2021, on the latest development of the Covid-19 Pandemic sitution in Malaysia and important steps that need to be taken. Click the link below to hear PM announcement.

PKPB to be implemented on 6 States - Pahang, Perak, Negeri Sembilan, Kedah, Terengganu and Kelantan from January 13 ~ January 26, 2021.

Stay Safe and Stay Healthy.

https://www.facebook.com/LITEdotmy/videos/1041913572966374

5S Series - Shine

Jan 6, 2021
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Today we talk about step 3 which is Shine, mening ''cleanliness''.

Shine moves far beyond than just pushing a broom around every now and then. It involves regular cleaning of every part of the work area — often a daily wipe-down, and a more thorough cleaning each week.

Importantly, the Shine step is not meant to be a job for the maintenance or janitorial staff.
Each worker should clean their own work area, and the equipment they use.

This approach has several benefits:

  • Workers who are familiar with the area will quickly notice any problems that arise
  • Hazards or difficult situations will be understood and accounted for
  • Items that are out of place or missing will be recognized
  • Workers will tend to keep their own workspaces cleaner during normal operations
Everyone should pay attention to the overall cleanliness of the workplace, being willing to pick up trash and so on.
But for 5S to give the best results, each worker should take personal responsibility for their own working space.


Shine can be as Preventative Maintenance

Keeping work areas clean will have many advantages. One important advantage is that it’s easy to spot leaks, cracks, or misalignments.
If the people keeping the area clean are the same people who work there regularly, they will be quick to recognize any of these problems.


Leaving those problems unnoticed and unresolved could result in equipment failure, safety hazards, and loss of productivity.

With the constant cleaning and inspections used in the Shine step of 5S, the system can feed into a preventative maintenance program.

This way, 5S can extend the working life of equipment and help reduce emergency downtime.

5S Series - Set In Order

Jan 5, 2021
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We come into the second step in 5S, which is Set In Order, Seiton in Japanese. 
The goal here is to organize the work area. Each item has it's own place and should be easy to find, use, and return: a place for everything, and everything in its place. 
Tools that are used frequently should be stored near the place they are used.

Spare equipment, supplies, and other tools that are used less often can be kept in a central location, where multiple teams can share them.
Items that are typically used together (such as drills and drill bits) should be stored near each other.
Each of these decisions will make sense on its own, but it may become difficult to keep track of everything.
It may be helpful to create a 5S map as part of this process.


A 5S map is a diagram or floor plan that provides an overview of a work area, process, or station. It provides a visual reference to show where the tools, supplies, workers, and travel paths are, and how they relate to each other. A good map may also include a description of the work that happens in the area shown.

No matter which approach is used to create it, the resulting 5S map should be kept as a training tool, used for reference in later steps of 5S, and updated over time as the work area changes.

Once storage locations are assigned, each storage area should be labeled. Label the outside of cabinet doors to help workers quickly identify what’s inside each one. Then, label any interior shelves to show where different supplies belong. The same ideas extend to rack labels, bins, and other storage systems.

Organization can extend to the floor, too. Work areas, movement lanes, and storage for supplies and finished products can all be marked with floor marking tape.

Hope above will help you and your organization have knowledge and implement 5S. 

5S able to improve your facilities and improve working environment.


5S Series - Sort

Jan 4, 2021
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Happy New Year folks! Hope you are well and healty in Year 2021. May Your business grows to better and generate high revenue than year 2020.

Let's continue with education with this time is 5S. Today posting we touch in first of the 5S which is Sort.

For this step, take a close look at the items, tools, and materials in a work area. Items that are necessary or useful for the work being done in that space should be kept there. Everything else should be removed.
Some of those removed items will need to be thrown away or recycled. Other items might belong to another work process or location; they should be returned to their “homes.” However, you might find some items that you aren’t sure about.
Red-Tagging Unknown Items

If you find an item that you can’t identify, or that has uncertain ownership, it’s time to use a red tag. “Red-Tagging” temporarily attaches a highly-visible tag to the item, which notes where it was found and when. Then, red-tagged items from all work areas are collected in a single location: a “lost and found” for tools, materials, and equipment.

So let's begin this very 1st step of 5S - Sorting!
Remember clearing out unnecessary materials in step 1 (Sort) will provide the space needed to organize the important items in step 2 (Set In Order).
Then, once the work space is de-cluttered and organized, dirt and grime can be removed in step 3 (Shine).
These changes to workers’ job duties and work environment should be reflected in updated procedures through step 4 (Standardize).
Finally, those new procedures won’t amount to much unless responsibility is assigned and progress is tracked — as required for step 5 (Sustain). And with responsibility and tracking, workers will continue to apply the steps, returning to step 1.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Dec 24, 2020
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
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In conjunction with Christmas and New Year, Our company operation will be as below:

Christmas - 24th Dec ~ 25th Dec

New Year - 31st Dec and 1st Jan 2021.

Progauge Enterprise would like to wish you and your family

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

5S - What is it? - Series

Dec 22, 2020
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In this series, we will share about 5S of What it is? and What can help you in your workplace and your life.

Information of 5S can be ontain from website easily. There are more of 5S details in the website. Here Progauge will share in the simplest term of 5S that you able to learn.

We will do it in series positing. Do check our news platform time to time.

Here is what is the 5S that we explaining. Don't worry that we will go in details each of the ''S'' in series of our posting.

Enjoy!

Covid-19 Negeri Sembilan - 11th December 2020

Dec 11, 2020
Covid-19 Negeri Sembilan - 11th December 2020
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Covid-19 of Negeri Sembilan state for today maintaining at 60 plus. Total of positive cases detected in this state recorded 64 cases.


Always Wear Mask, Wash Hand and Keep physical distancing all time. 

SWOT analysis for Small Businesses is Important

Dec 11, 2020
SWOT analysis for Small Businesses is Important
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SWOT analysis for Small Businesses is important

A SWOT analysis could help you and your small business operates in smart, informed or cost saving business decisions.
Understanding your company’s position within your market or industry and knowing how and where you can grow is critical for any small business owner.
Strategically develop your company rather than wasting your efforts trying to expand into a market that doesn’t align with your business or being overrun by surprise competitor.

 
What is SWOT Analysis?

SWOT – which stands for ''strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats'' – is a type of analysis that helps you develop your business strategy by comparing internal factors (strengths and weaknesses) against external factors (opportunities and threats).

A SWOT analysis has four quadrants:
STRENGTHS

Strengths are internal, positive attributes of your company. These are things that are within your control.

(Internal company factors)
WEAKNESSES

Weaknesses are negative factors that detract from your strengths. These are things that you might need to improve on to be competitive.

(Internal company factors)
OPPORTUNITIES

Opportunities are external factors in your business environment that are likely to contribute to your success.

(Factors external to the company)
THREATS

Threats are external factors that you have no control over. You may want to consider putting in place contingency plans for dealing them if they occur.

(Factors external to the company)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 











A SWOT analysis is a good tool for general business strategizing and serves as a starting point for team discussions. When conducted thoroughly, a SWOT analysis can uncover a much more information and can be useful in a number of situations for improvement of your company.
 
 
 
 
 
Let’s breakdown the SWOT Analysis Process.
We know that SWOT stands for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats – Let’s take a look at each element individually, each of the quadrants has few examples on how to established each of the quadrants.
S
Strengths
W
Weakness
O
Opportunities
T
Threats
  • What do your business do well?
 
  • What assets do you have in your team, such as knowledge, education, network, skills, and reputation?
 
  • What physical assets do you have, such as customers, equipment, technology, cash, and patents?
 
  • What do you do better than your competitors?
  • In what areas do you need to improve?
 
  • What business processes need improvement?
 
  • Are there tangible assets that your company needs, such as money or equipment?
 
  • Are there gaps on your team?
 
  • Is your location ideal for your success?
  • What are the business goals you are currently working towards?
 
  • Are there upcoming changes to regulations that might impact your company positively?
 
  • Is your market growing and are there trends that will encourage people to buy more of what you are selling?
 
  • Are there upcoming events that your company may be able to take advantage of to grow the business?
 
  • If your business is up and running, do customers think highly of you?
  • Do you have potential competitors who may enter your market?
 
  • What are your competitors doing that you're not?
 
  • Will suppliers always be able to supply the raw materials you need at the prices you need?
 
  • Could future developments in technology change how you do business?
 
  • Is consumer behaviour changing in a way that could negatively impact your business?
 
  • Are there market trends that could become a threat?
 
One of the most important parts of your SWOT analysis is using it to identify new strategies and goals for your business. For example, you can:
  1. Create a plan to build up your strengths even more.
  2. List ways you can work on building up your weaknesses.
  3. Set SMART goals for each of the opportunities you identified.
  4. Devise a plan to use your strengths to decrease the threats you identified.
 
Then, look for ways to combine data from different quadrants in even more ways:
  1. Explore how you can combine your strengths and opportunities to develop new strategies.
  2. Try combining strengths and threats to identify threats you can eliminate.
  3. Look at your weaknesses and opportunities to create a list of areas ready for improvement.
  4. Make a list of areas to avoid that fall under weaknesses and threats.
 
Once you understand how to establish your SWOT data and find ways to use it strategically, the SWOT analysis will be a tool that you can use over and over in your business to improve further strategies accordingly to current.
 
Progauge, will share its own SWOT analysis in series, which we have brainstorms over our yearly business meeting. Hope with this sharing you able to have some lead to gets your own SWOT analysis up and running in your company and improve tremendously.

Covid-19 Negeri Sembilan - 10th December 2020

Dec 10, 2020
Covid-19 Negeri Sembilan - 10th December 2020
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This is today situation of Covid-19 in this State.


Total of 67 positive case detected.


Wear Mask, Wash Hand and Keep physical distancing all time. 

Covid-19 - Negeri Sembilan 8th December 2020

Dec 8, 2020
Covid-19 - Negeri Sembilan 8th December 2020
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Covid-19 of Negeri Sembilan state for today has drop. Total of positive cases detected in this state recorded 23.


Always Wear Mask, Wash Hand and Keep physical distancing all time. 


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