Past Event

Two-Day Course on Implementing of Kaizen for Chemical Products/ Process
Venue: Wisma IEM
Date & Time: 07 Mar 2018 to 08 Mar 2018 (9:00 AM - 5:30 PM) Postponed
CPD/PDP: 13
Closing Date Before: 04-Mar-2018 (Subject to change based on availability of seat)
Organised By Technical Division - Chemical Engineering

Synopsis

Kaizen – The Key to Business Survival Strategy

A hands-on guide on how to use a common sense, low –cost approach to manage the workplace for continuous productivity improvement. People often try to apply sophisticated tools and technologies to deal with problems in the workplace that can be solved with a common sense, low-cost approach. They need to unlearn the habit of trying ever-more sophisticated technologies to solve everyday workplace problems. Blending common sense with Kaizen tools and techniques into practice is the core topic of this training program. Although improvements under Kaizen are small and incremental, the Kaizen process brings about dramatic results over time. Kaizen has contributed greatly to Japan’s competitive success as evidenced in their ability to produce high quality products at lower costs.

At the end of the session, the participants should:
• Kaizen concepts and Kaizen systems,
• Fundamental requirements for practicing Kaizen,
• Goals of Kaizen,
• Kaizen tools and techniques and its application in the workplace.


Biodata of Speaker

Mr. Ng Chuk Peng got his MBA in Total Quality Management from Newport University USA in 2001.  The principal consultant for Total Quality Management (TQM), Quality Management System, Quality & Productivity Improvement, and Operation Management programmes, Mr. CP Ng, his involvement in Quality Management began in 1981 when he was with Matsushita Electric Company (Melcom) responsible for Quality Control. In between tours of duty, he was responsible for leading the Pioneer Quality Control Circle (QCC) of Melcom during the “Look East Policy”. After leaving Melcom, he was an NDT engineer with Oilfield Inspection Services, UK (OIS). Leaving OIS for Hitachi Consumer Products (M) Sdn Bhd., he served in several capacities as Quality Assurance, Production and Sales Manager. CP Ng has lectured at Stamford College and Newport University (KL) and Irish International University accredited TQM Program. He has written articles for Society of Environmental Auditors Malaysia (SEAM) bulletin on subjects pertaining to Quality Management System. CP Ng also is an Associate Member of SEAM and has qualified for Fellowship from Canadian Chartered Institute of Business Administration (CIBA). He has assisted Agilent Technologies, Penang in Kaizen & Lean Sigma Green Belt Programme since September 2007 and Western Digital, Selangor in Kaizen Lean Certification for Innovator, Leader and Practitioner from 2014 ~ 2015. He is currently assisting Mitsui Copper Foil in QCC initiatives as a coach since 2016. He is also assisting Western Digital Media, Johor in Lean Manufacturing initiatives since 2Q 2017.


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11-Jan-2018
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Member Type Normal Rate
(RM)
Online Rate
(RM)
DISTINGUISHED HONORARY FELLOW 650.00 600.00
HONORARY FELLOW 650.00 600.00
FELLOW 650.00 600.00
DISTINGUISHED MEMBER 650.00 600.00
SENIOR MEMBER 650.00 600.00
MEMBER 650.00 600.00
HONORARY MEMBER 650.00 600.00
COMPANION 650.00 600.00
GRADUATE 650.00 600.00
INCORPORATED MEMBER 650.00 600.00
AFFILIATE 650.00 600.00
ASSOCIATE MEMBER 650.00 600.00
STUDENT 250.00 200.00
Non IEM Member 1050.00 1100.00

Rate stated does not include 6% SST


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