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WORKSHOP ON WASTE REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT IN MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
Waste reduction and management is any activity that REDUCES or ELIMINATES the generation of waste AT THE SOURCE. Increasingly, companies are focusing on waste reduction in the entire manufacturing process rather than just on end-of the-pipe waste. Liquid, solid, and/or gaseous waste materials are always generated during the manufacturing of any product. In addition to creating environmental problems, these wastes represent losses of valuable materials and energy from the production process and require a significant investment in pollution control. The concept of waste reduction helps to focus on the primary purpose of any business organization i.e. to provide a customer with a product or service of value at a profit. Waste reduction techniques should be key components of any cost-effective, comprehensive waste management program.
This program is designed for all personnel assigned and dealing with waste management system within the organization.
At the end of the program, the participants will be able to:
Provide guidance on types of waste that may be generated by the company and how they must be controlled / managed.
Establish the requirement for waste inventories.
Assist the company in the development of waste management strategies, based on the principle of hierarchical of control.
· Managing Inventory –raw materials, WIP and Finished products
· Production Modifying Process
o improving current operation and maintenance procedures,
o changing the materials used in production, and
o modifying existing equipment or purchasing more efficient and more
· Reducing Waste Volume
· Waste Audit
· Recovering Waste
· Pollution Control
· Waste Minimization Strategies
· GMP – Good Manufacturing Process
· Good House Keeping
EIGHT STEPS TO A WASTE MINIMISATION PLAN
Step 1: Get Management’s Commitment
Step 2: Select a Waste Minimisation Working Team
Step 3: Conduct a Waste Audit
Step 4: Determine the True Costs of Waste
Step 5: Develop Waste Reduction Options
Step 6: Assess the Scope of Savings & Rank Options
Step 7: Develop a Waste Minimisation Plan
Step 8: Implement and Improve the Plan
Proper Records keeping
ABIODUN ODEYEMI: MCIPS (London), M.Sc, Managerial Psychology. An experienced management practitioner with over 20 years of post-graduation experience spanning the manufacturing and service sectors of the economy. Mr. Odeyemi is a specialist in material management, employee's motivation, productivity improvement, customer service and quality management. He will bring his experience to bear on this program.
Engr. Ola Popoola B. Sc; M. Sc; MBA; R. Engr; FNSE; MNIM; FNIPSMWith over 30 year's meritorious working experience spanning the organic functions of management, Engr. Ola Popoola's profile include: Managing Director/CEO of Mechelectric Associates Limited
Engr. Popoola is a sepcialist in Root Cause Analysis, Process Troubleshooting, Process Improvements. Coordinates efforts in the areas of root cause analysis and defect elimination. Engr. Popoola will be joined by other professional maintenance Engineers to bring their experience to bear on this program.
N120,000 per participant, VAT - N6,000.
Note: this covers Workshop Fee, Full Break fast, Lunch, course materials and certificate of attendance.
Payment should be made in favour of Human Capital Associates.
Payment can equally be made into our Accounts:
Account Name : Human Capital Associates
Keystone Bank Ltd. Account No:1005378262
Union Bank Of Nig. Plc Account No: 0006208533