EMC hosts creation and implementation of standard work session: Oakville, Burlington
Beneficial to local industry senior management and champions in the key areas of their organizations.
BURLINGTON, Ont. — The Excellence in Manufacturing Consortium (EMC) invites all Burlington and Oakville manufacturers and stakeholders to a special industry event on Sept. 28 that will focus on strategies to introduce, deploy and achieve the benefits of standard work.
Speakers include: Al Diggins, president and general manager of EMC, Canada’s largest not-for-profit manufacturing consortium; and Devin Melanson, senior advisor, value stream solutions Inc., a leading productivity firm with North America-wide experience working with manufacturers on these issues.
Attendees will learn about the value of introducing standard work for manufacturers as it pertains to increasing productivity and quality. Discussions will be focused on the pitfalls encountered and strategies deployed by manufacturers to achieve consistent, sustainable performance.
The event runs from 8:30 – 10:30 a.m. at the Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre, Meeting Room 1, 2302 Bridge Road, in Oakville, Ont.
There is no cost to attend, but an RSVP is required.
An event overview is LINKED.
For more information, contact Cat Haggert Field Service Advisor EMC, Burlington and Oakville Consortiums, Excellence in Manufacturing Consortium (EMC), 226-388-3894, firstname.lastname@example.org.