Dairy Plant Management

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Vivek Kumar

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Course Name : Dairy Plant Management

Code(Credit) : CUTM1165(1-0-1)

Course Objectives

  • Understand production management
  • Knowledge about plant operation and human resource management
  • Imparting knowledge about food hygiene and safety hazards

Learning Outcomes

  • Able to define management, production planning and control
  • Learning about energy conservation, auditing, financial and managerial efficiency
  • Will be able to know about safety hazards, prevention and breakdown maintenance, and food hygiene.

Course Syllabus

Module I

 

  • Production Management: Definition, Function and structure of Production
  • Management, Production planning & Control,
  • Work study and measurement motion and time study.
  • Efficiency of plant operation: product accounting, setting up norms for operational and processing losses for quantity, fat and SNF, monitoring efficiency.

 

Project

  • Flow process charts of different milk products.

 

Module II

 

  • Plant Operations: Energy conservation and Auditing, Product and process control, Control charts, Process Sigma, Efficiency factors losses, Financial and Managerial efficiency.
  • Provision for Industrial Legislation in India, particularly in dairy industry, Factory Act & Regulations.

 

Project

  • Identification of steps of material losses on dairy plants.

 

Module III

 

  • Human Resource Management: Personnel Management, Manpower planning, recruitment, training, transfer, promotions policies, Job specifications, Job evaluation, Job enhancement, Job enrichment
  • MBO, working conditions.
  • Safety hazards: hazards prevention,
  • Security for plant machinery and the employees, Plant Maintenance.

 

Project

  • Identification of hazardous processes and equipment, safety and precautions.

 

Module IV

  • Prevention & Break-down maintenance: Spare parts inventory, tools & lubricants, etc.
  • Food hygiene: personnel hygiene, plant hygiene, water quality, etc.

 

Project

  • Identification and uses of common lubricants.

 

Suggested Readings

 

  1. Tufail Ahmed: Dairy plant engineering & management
  2. David, J. 2007. Contemporary Trends in Dairy Plant Management. Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., Delhi
  3. Kumar, H.D. 1998. Environmental Pollution and Waste Management. MD Publ. Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.
  4. Maliwal, G.L. 2007. Hand book of Environmental Management. Agrotech Publ. Academy, India.
  5. Warner, J. N. 1976. Principles of Dairy Processing. John Wiley Publ., New York.

Session Plan

Session 1

Production Management: Definition, Function and structure of Production

Session 2

Management, Production planning & Control.

Session 3

Work study and measurement motion and time study.

Session 4

Efficiency of plant operation: product accounting, setting up norms for operational and processing losses for quantity, fat and SNF, monitoring efficiency.

Session 5

Project

  • Flow process charts of different milk products.

Session 6

Plant Operations: Energy conservation and Auditing, Product and process control, Control charts, Process Sigma, Efficiency factors losses, Financial and Managerial efficiency.

Session 7

Provision for Industrial Legislation in India, particularly in dairy industry, Factory Act & Regulations.

Session 8

Project

  • Identification of steps of material losses on dairy plants.

Session 9

Human Resource Management: Personnel Management, Manpower planning, recruitment, training, transfer, promotions policies, Job specifications, Job evaluation, Job enhancement, Job enrichment.

Session 10

MBO, working conditions.

Session 11

Safety hazards: hazards prevention.

Session 12

Security for plant machinery and the employees, Plant Maintenance.

Session 13

Project

Identification of hazardous processes and equipment, safety and precautions.

Session 14

Prevention & Break-down maintenance: Spare parts inventory, tools & lubricants, etc.

Session 15

Food hygiene: personnel hygiene, plant hygiene, water quality, etc

Session 16

Project

Identification and uses of common lubricants.

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