Quality & Productivity

25
Jan
2021

25-01-2021 - 04-02-2021
Rs.14,160.00

Introduction

Acceptance of validated test results is an important requirement in national/international business scenario. This can happen only when the proper validation of the test results is done. This process of validation establishes confidence in customers regarding the products; more so when the testing and calibrating laboratories have been accredited by the recognized bodies. As part of accreditation, a Laboratory's Quality Management System is thoroughly evaluated on a regular basis to ensure continued technical competence and compliance with the standard. To achieve this objective, laboratory accreditation based on ISO/IEC 17025: 2005 - General Requirements for the Competence of Testing and Calibration Laboratories, is an accepted norm world over. In India, NABL (National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories) controls the laboratory accreditation based on ISO / IEC 17025: 2017.

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08
Feb
2021

08-02-2021 - 15-02-2021
Rs.10,620.00

Introduction

5S:5S is a workplace organization method in the order of five Japanese words: Seiri (整理), Seiton (整頓), Seisō (清掃), Seiketsu (清潔), and Shitsuke (躾). These have been roughly translated as "Sort", "Set In order", "Shine", "Standardize" and "Sustain". 5S describes how to organize a workspace for efficiency and effectiveness by identifying and storing the items used, maintaining the area and items, and sustaining the new order. This working methodology is integrated into the working style of the employees in the form of a standard operating procedure to be followed on a daily basis. This method of working helps to improve safety and productivity in the organization.

Rs.10,620.00 50
16
Feb
2021

16-02-2021 - 23-02-2021
Rs.10,620.00

Introduction

Benchmarking is the foremost tool for improvement, achieved through comparison with other organisations recognized as the best within the area. There are several different theories about where the word benchmark really comes from. One such claim talks of it to have originated from Geographical surveying where a benchmark is a topological reference point in the terrain. A more operational definition states that Benchmarking is the process of continuously measuring and comparing one’s business processes against comparable processes in leading organisations to obtain information that will help the organisation identify and implement improvements.

Rs.10,620.00 50
24
Feb
2021

24-02-2021 - 03-03-2021
Rs.10,620.00

Introduction

As per Dr. Kaoru Ishikawa, a famous Japanese Quality exponent, Quality Control consists of developing, designing, producing, marketing, and servicing products and services with optimum cost-effectiveness and usefulness, which customers will purchase with satisfaction. When quality control becomes a way of life, the number of defective products will decrease and as such, over a period of time, customer satisfaction will increase leading to enhanced trust and loyalty. It has been the Japanese experience that 95% of problems at the workplace can be solved with these 7 QC tools

Rs.10,620.00 50
01
Mar
2021

01-03-2021 - 08-03-2021
Rs.10,620.00

Introduction

With a plan-do-check-act and risk-based approach being applied to quality, health, safety and environmental management, we have seen the development of individual standards, such as ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 45001. Between the risks in each of these areas and the way they can be managed, there is much that is common. As a result, many organisations are merging the fragmented management systems into a single integrated management system. In addition, with the increasing acceptance that all these types of risk can be seen as threats to the business, organizations are now looking at how business opportunity and risk can be universally managed using a truly integrated management system that covers the totality of the business operations. An Integrated Management System is a single integrated system used by an Organization to manage the totality of its processes in order to meet the Organization’s objectives and equitably satisfy the stakeholders.

Rs.10,620.00 50
08
Mar
2021

08-03-2021 - 15-03-2021
Rs.10,620.00

Introduction

The technique called the Toyota production system was born through various efforts to catch up with the automotive industries of western advanced nations after the end of World War II, without the benefit of funds or splendid facilities. One of the most important purposes was increased productivity and reduced costs. To achieve this purpose, it is important to work on eliminating all kinds of unnecessary functions in the factories. The approach should be to investigate the causes of various “unnecessaries” in manufacturing operations and to devise methods for their solution.

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