|Subject:||[screen-devel] Best Practices in Multi shift Operations|
|Date:||Tue, 8 Nov 2016 15:00:51 +0200|
The Performance Company proudly invites you and all relevant parties to the Best Practices in Multi shift Operations Workshop scheduled to take place on the 5th, 6th & 7th of December 2016 at the Cedar Woods of Sandton Hotel & Conference Centre, Johannesburg.
Process industries are highly competitive. There are significant pressures to reduced costs whilst continuously improving the quality of service to customers. In order to compete successfully, 24-hour operations must achieve the highest possible standards at all times. For a facility to operate safely and efficiently 24/7, it is necessary to apply shift working. However, a multiple-shift operation poses a challenge because of the potential for disconnects caused by the fact that the personnel are changing every few hours. This can result in a significantly increased risk of incidents together with operational problems such as reduced throughput and increased levels of waste. Operating multiple shifts can be like running several different companies at the same time. Each change of shift brings a new team of people with different skills, attitudes and objectives. Best Practices in Multi shift Operations is a one-of-a kind workshop that reveals how the world’s most successful companies manage multiple-shift and 24-hour operations to deliver world-class people and process performance.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Plant/operations professionals, shift supervisors and professionals from HR, Quality, Maintenance, Engineering, Training & Development. Logistics & Customer Service will receive excellent value.
Due to the high demand of this workshop, it is advisable to enrol now by completing the registration form herewith attached and fax it back to +27 86 568 1240 or email address@hidden
Please do not hesitate to contact me should you need any further assistance.
Tel: 011 656 0895
Fax: 086 568 1240
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