Productivity improvement has become the mantra of manufacturing management in Malaysia in preparation for regional and global challenges. Many managers focus
exclusively on ‘cut cost’ to achieve this while people on the shop-floor focus on ‘more output’. A systematic effort to identify and reduce waste is missing on the shop floor.
This course uses the 7 Waste (MUDA) elimination framework pioneered by Toyota, which is one of the keys to the Lean Production System (Toyota Production System). This course is designed to equip managers and shop-floor personnel with the knowledge and clear methodology to systematically identify, quantify, analyse and reduce waste and increase productivity.
This is a hands-on training designed with group discussion, case studies and shopfloor practical that makes skill transfer easier to accomplish.
Mr Muhsin Ahamed has been in the manufacturing industry for over ten years, working his way up from Production Supervisor to Manufacturing Section Head to Human Resource Development Manager. He has in-depth hands-on experience in various manufacturing areas such as production, scheduling, planning and testing. In addition, his manufacturing experience also includes the set-up of new production lines.
A degree holder with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, Muhsin also holds several diplomas and certificates in Management, Electronics Engineering, Computer Programming and Technology-based Training.
As a Human Resource Development Manager, he has designed, developed and implemented various training programmes in Management, Supervisory, Quality Control and Manufacturing Technology. With experience in the manufacturing process, Muhsin brings relevant and realistic examples that give his training a very practical approach.
03-4145 0123 (Ms Tarring Lee - ext 3517)