This workshop will provide delegates with a good understanding of Lean Principles and how waste reduction will improve business performance combined with an understanding of Kaizen and how it can be utilised to ensure successful results. Suitable for all levels from shop floor to senior management.
BOURNEMOUTH 6 Sigma principles are essential in today’s business where variability in processes can lead to increased costs through poor quality and delivery performance. 6 Sigma allows a business to identify variability within processes. It will allow a business to predict how any process will perform by analysing input to model a process with determinable output.
Workplace Organisation means developing a stable environment which allows the operator to safely, assemble a part in the standard time, with accurate repeatability without having to hunt for their tools & materials. There are 3 main benefits which are safety, efficiency and controls. The 5 S’s are the first fundamental steps for a company to take when they implement Lean Manufacturing.
Join fellow manufacturers at MTC and hear from industry experts including Clive Hickman, Chief Executive of the Manufacturing Technology Centre, and Dr David Wimpenny Chief Technologist – Component Technology.
“The only constant is change”. For management this presents an exciting challenge to avoid continuous disruption and confusion. To be effective as change agents and implementers managers need to understand how organisations change and why people react in certain ways. Managers require the skills, techniques and awareness to operate effectively in times of change.
CORNWALL Most of a product's lifecycle is committed at the design stage, therefore attention should be given to designing a product as an assembly of component parts for cost efficient manufacture. Experience has shown that including design for improved assembly, overall product manufacturing costs could be reduced by up to 50%.