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References Behensky, J. A., Janet Roe, M. S. & Bolton, R. Lean Sigma – Will it work for Healthcare? FOCUS: Organizational Improvement/Project Management. Journal of Healthcare Information Management, 19 (1): 39-44, (2005). Berwick, D.M. Continuous improvement as an ideal in health care. New England Journal Medicine, (320): 53–56, (1989). Burchart – Korol D., Furman J. Kaizen jako strategia zwiększania konkurencyjności przedsiębiorstw hutniczych , Hutnik, Nr 2, s. 158-162, (2009). Dickson E.D., Zlatko A., Vetterick D., Eller A., Singh S. Use of Lean in the

QPI 2019, volume 1, issue 1, pp. 528-536 QUALITY OF LIFE IMPROVEMENT IN KAIZEN ASPECT doi: https://doi.org/10.2478/9783110680591-071 Date of submission of the article to the Editor: 06/04/2019 Date of acceptance of the article by the Editor: 15/05/2019 Joanna Rosak-Szyrocka1– orcid id: 0000-0002-5548-6787 1 Department of Production Engineering and Safety, Czestochowa University of Technology, Poland, joanna.rosak-szyrocka@wz.pcz.pl Abstract: The aim of the research is to analyze the quality of life improvement (Kaizen) in the running aspect in Poland

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Lean Management is currently one of the best-known and is the most widely used management concepts in production enterprises. Lean creates such a culture of work in an organization that makes all participants in the organization interested in raising the level of quality, reducing costs and delivery time. However, there is no information about the influence of lean tools on the level of safety in production organizations. The paper presents the influence of five lean tools on the safety level by the example of metal manufacturing organization. The number of potentially dangerous situations and the number of accidents were taken as the measure of safety level. The obtained results indicates that the most important for the safety level is 5S, TPM while Kaizen, Poka-Yoka and VSM are smaller. The paper aims to broaden the knowledge about the dependence of the use of lean tools on the level of occupational safety.

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filling the meaning position on the market. Functioning of the production system, although now is working perfectly, it is possible still to be improved. The quality of offered products can be improved through applying tools of the quality, or some elements of Kaizen philosophy. How results from the BOST questionnaire survey, the factor quality (JK) is the most important in the enterprise and often has been judged with the highest evaluation by respondents. The factor of the quality strongly influences on decisions of customers as for the purchase of final

them. Global philosophy of quality improvement is a part of organizational culture and quality management styles based on norms (European style), marketing (American style), kaizen (Japanese style). Improvement of quality of a production process is a continuous process, which is essential from a point of view of efficiency of project implementation and development and strengthening of a competitive position of a company. In addition to organizational activities (Maszke et al., 2018; Kielbus and Karpisz, 2019), new technologies are a source of improvement in