MINIMIZE DOWNTIME AND INCREASE PRODUCTION EFFICIENCY AND FLEXIBILITY WITH SMED.
Training Leadership Consulting Managing Director
Tanya has extensive knowledge and practical experience applying Lean principles in the workplace
Single Minute Exchange of Die (SMED) is a Lean technique aimed at reducing the time it takes to perform equipment setups or changeovers in business processes. It creates competitive advantage in both manufacturing and service environments, reducing turn-around times and increasing asset utilisation and customer satisfaction.
Ultimately, SMED concepts combine with other Lean techniques to empower teams with the ability to reduce setup times, improve overall operating efficiency. Join the session to unpack the key principles and steps in applying SMED to your business.
About Tanya Hulse:
Tanya has over 25 years' experience in FMCG multi-nationals, with roles in engineering, project management, organisational development and leadership development. She has worked with teams from Peru, Switzerland, Tanzania, India and the US, among others. As a director of TLC, she works with some of TLC's top clients on strategy, people development, change management and problem-solving in both services and manufacturing environments.
Who should attend?
This workshop is best designed for managers and their team members.
Date: 5 September 2023
Virtual Venue : Microsoft Teams
In-Person Venue: PMCB Offices, Parkhaven Centre, 55 Macleroy Road, Northern Park, Pietermaritzburg
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