Factory Management. - August 4 & 5, 2015
|Time:||9:00am - 4:15pm||Download PDF|
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The purpose of the course is to provide progressive organizations with insight of latest productivity tools used in Factory Management. The course is specially designed for business leaders desirous of improving their performance and who are intensively engaged in cost reduction and process improvements. World Class Factory Management is the focal point of the program.
The key objectives for this interactive workshop cover the following topic:
- Overview of Factory Management
- Paradigm Shift towards World Class Manufacturing
- Kaizen and Problem-Solving Tools
- Measuring and Improving Performance
- Best practices in Inventory Management
- Materials Requirements Planning (MRP)
- Warehousing, Storage & Material Handling
- World Class Maintenance
- Compliance and Factory Laws
The course has been designed for business executives involved in factory management and is based on inputs from industry. It adopts a practical approach to addressing most common issues faced by industry personnel. Participants are guided with step-by-step procedure moving from traditional to world class manufacturing.
By the end of the course, each participant is expected to have a clear understanding of World Class Factory Management, and its various components. After learning the latest tools and techniques, each participant is in a better position to enhance his/her productivity and becomes well-aware of problem-solving tools used in industry.
Technical jargon have been avoided, wherever possible, to make the learning process easy. The course is time-tested and has become very popular
is a mechanical engineer (batch 1974-78) from the NED University of Engineering & Technology, Karachi. He has over 35 years of local and international field experience working with different industries including metal works, trailer manufacturing, food industry, textiles, pharmaceuticals, etc. He has a reasonably good experience working as head of both production and maintenance. He was involved in production planning and control, factory administration, etc. Working in a key position, and had the opportunity to bring radical changes in the industry. Previously he worked as senior process engineer, and was tasked to improve processes with the objective of critical examination of processes in order to reduce both manufacturing cycle time and cost. He was intensively engaged in energy management and auditing, safe management of factory, compliances and factory laws, quality assurance, maintenance, etc. He implemented lean and 5-S, and was also engaged in materials management and warehousing. He has researched inventory management and have uniquely presented MUSIC 3D (Multi-Unit Selective Inventory Control. His techniques helped various industries in reducing inventory level, and simultaneously improving customer service level. Apart from industry experience, he has been intensively engaged in teaching and executive training. He started my career as Lecturer at NED UET.