Quality Management & Operational Excellence __
Operational Excellence is the execution of the business strategy more consistently and reliably than the competition and it is evidenced by results. Operational Excellence integrates management philosophies and methodologies to reach Excellence. However, most of its drivers are based on earlier continuous improvement methodologies, such as Lean Thinking, Six Sigma and Scientific Management.
PMC offers Consultation using PMC Way, Training, and Certification to develop, implement, audit, and maintain operational excellence for the following subjects:
Six Sigma (DMAIC)
Six Sigma (DMAIC) is a business process that allows organizations to drastically improve their bottom line by designing and monitoring everyday business activities in ways that minimize variation and resources while increasing customer satisfaction.
Design for Six Sigma (DFSS)
Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) is a systematic approach used for designing new products and/ or processes and it embeds the principles of Six Sigma as early as possible into the design and development process.
Lean Manufacturing is best characterized as a systematic approach to the identification and elimination of Waste (MUDA) or non-value-added activities through continuous improvement.
Effective Problem Solving (8D Methodology)
Effective Problem Solving (8D Methodology) is a genuine problem-solving tool used for preventing repetitive problems through root cause analysis, short-term and long-term resolutions, and lessons learned.
Ergonomics Management utilizes ergonomic simulation tools that allow your organization to analyze the effect of a work-cell, a task, or a product on employees.
Environmental Management provides consistent management of the company’s environmental activities and responsibilities and conformance to the ISO14001 standard
Occupational Health and Safety Management
Occupational Health and Safety Management consists of continual improvement of OH&S performance, fulfilment of legal requirements and other requirements, and achievement of OH&S objectives