With a visual factory an organisation can understand the status of their operations “at a glance”, speeding up problem solving and increasing situational awareness, making for a more productive and safer factory.
Managers and team leaders wanting to better understand Visual Factory techniques and how to apply them and make them successful should attend this course.
The course will provide an overview of knowledge management to help you identify and manage what knowledge may be identified as critical to you, thus allow you to plan to maintain this knowledge.
Value Stream Mapping is a powerful and useful tool in understanding how your processes work, and in developing a plan to improve. This course is aimed at those looking for, or charged with finding, opportunities to drive business improvements.
A conference exploring the benefits of digitalisation in improving competitiveness and efficiency
Ideal for anyone in the EU who needs to understand more about their obligations under the REACH Regulation. Also of interest to non-EU suppliers of substances and mixtures who are looking to support their EU customers on REACH.
This "must attend" event for anyone within regulatory affairs and/or product stewardship working in the chemical and downstream sectors. The morning session will cover topics around REACH and related issues including dossier quality and poison centres; the afternoon session will focus on Brexit and its implications for REACH going forward, together with emerging issues related to chemicals management. Drawing speakers from the regulators, industry and Cefic. Held jointly with the Chemical Industries Association this event always proves popular.
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8.30am - 10.00am
Speakers include; Daniel O'Toole from Grant Thornton UK LLP presenting on Innovation reliefs for the chemical industry. Andy Rippon from Covance will give a company introduction and overview of Covance's recent acquision of Envigo's Contract Research Services (CRS).
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Further speakers tbc
1pm - 4pm
Our first speaker will be Ian Cranshaw from the Chemical Industries Association and Chemicals Northwest, Ian will be giving the latest overview on Brexit developments.
A working lunch will be included in the meeting.
Further details and speakers tbc
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