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Topics: Petaling Jaya, Management, Shift work Pages: 14 (850 words) Published: October 16, 2014
7.0 OPERATION PLAN

7.1 INTRODUCTION TO OPERATION PLAN

Star Gym is a company that offer gym services that satisfy our customers. The operation strategy involves the gym services and health advices by our trainers.
Operation plan defines how we will operate and practice to implement our action and monitoring plans, what are the capacity needs, and how we will engage resources, and how we ensure sustainability of the project’s achievements.

The operation plan is one of the sections that included in the business plan. Operation plan is very important to ensure all the operational process run smoothly. Managing operation is crucial to make sure that the business is able to produce product or delivers services according to the specification, quality and time specified by the customer.

An operation plan ensures the successfully implementation of action and monitoring plans by getting the team to prepare the project to raise funds, being clear about how we will get the resources and arming with convincing plan to review with existing and potential. To create operational plan we need to consider and use resource efficiently, to help allocates resources. We need to reduce risks when possible, and prepare contingency plans where necessary. We also need to think about the long term future of the project, including how to ensure sustainability of our project’s targets and impacts.

7.2 BUSINESS OPERATION TIME
Our operation operates six days a week starting on Monday to Saturday. The business hours start at 10.00 am until 1.00 am. We gave our workers time to rest at 1.00 pm to 2.00 pm for first shift and 7.00 pm to 8.30 pm for second shift. We close our gym on Sunday and during public holiday. For our operation hours, first shift start at 10.00 am to 5.00 pm, and for second shift start at 5.00 pm to 1.00 am.

OPERATION DAY
OPERATION HOUR
REST HOUR
BUSINESS HOURS
MONDAY UNTIL
SATURDAY
First shift
(10.00am – 5.00pm )

Second shift
(5.00pm – 1.00am)
First shift
(1.00 pm to 2.00 pm)

Second shift
(7.00 pm to 8.30 pm)

10.00am – 1.00am
SUNDAY & PUBLIC HOLIDAY

OFF DAY

7.3 LAYOUT PLAN OF OPERATION AREA
GROUND FLOOR

Colors
Description

Toilet & Shower

Prayer room

Power exercising unit

Toning ball

Yoga Mat

Stationary bike

Treadmill

Entrance

Punching bag

Stairs

Receptionist

Dumb bell

Weight benches

Offices

Hall

Trainer’s room

Consultant’s room

LEVEL 1

Colors
Description

Toilet & Shower

Prayer room

Power exercising unit

Toning ball

Yoga Mat

Stationary bike

Treadmill

Entrance

Punching bag

Stairs

Receptionist

Dumb bell

Weight benches

Offices

Hall

Trainer’s room

Consultant’s room

7.4 OPERATION PROCESS
4.4.1 SYMBOLS OF PROCESS
SYMBOL
TYPES OF ACTIVITIES
DESCRIPTION

OPERATION
Activities to modify, transform or give added value to the input.

TRANSPORTION
Movement of materials or
goods from one location from one location to another

INSPECTION
Activity that measure the
standard or the quality of
products

DELAY
Process is restrained in location waiting for next activities

STORAGE
Finished products or goods
stored in the storage area

7.5 PROCESS PLANNING
7.5.1 ACTIVITY FLOW CHART

7.5.2 PROCESS FLOW CHART

7.6 LIST OF MACHINES AND EQUIPMENTS

NO.
MACHINE
QUANTITY
PRICE/UNIT (RM)
TOTAL PRICE (RM)
1

Treadmill
9
10,000
90,000
2

Stationary bike
5
3,600
18,000
3

Dumbbell (1kg)
6
30
180
4

Dumbbell (2kg)
10
50
500
5

Dumbbell (3kg)
6
70
420
6

Weight Benches
4
2,000
8,000
7

Power exercising unit
4
4,000
16,000
8

Punching bag
3
120
360
9

Yoga mat
5
50
250
10

Toning Ball
4
25
100

TOTAL

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