Savvy manufacturers aren’t waiting for the Luck o’ the Irish or looking for a pot of gold to thrive in 2022. They’re looking closely at costs and customer expectations to make smart, sustainable decisions that pay off Saint Patrick’s Day and every day.
On March 17th, Project Manager Nathan Bonds will lead webinar attendees through the “why” and some of the “how” of going LEAN & GREEN. He’ll explain the environmental impacts of the 8 Lean Wastes. Registrants will come away with action steps to reduce costs and risk, while increasing client and team satisfaction.
WHAT TO EXPECT
1) How Lean’s 8 “Deadly” Wastes impact the environment
2) What Lean Manufacturing tools can make waste visible — and potential ROI clear
3) Why a yellow tag will speed your way to green
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
- RI Manufacturing company owners
- Operations, Production leads
- EHS (environmental health & safety) managers
ABOUT THE TRAINER
Polaris MEP Project Manager Nathan A. Bonds has more than 20 years of manufacturing experience as an Assembler, Supervisor, Coordinator, Engineer, Continuous Improvement Manager and Quality Manager. As a Continuous Improvement Manager, he performed training on Team Management, Facilitation, Structured Problem Solving, 5-S Execution, and Preventative Maintenance Scheduling. As a Plant Scrap Coordinator, he championed a Team of individuals using Lean Methodologies to reduce the highest scrap product lines in each department and drive change management.
Nathan is a passionate trainer and teacher. He has certifications in ASQ Training, Root Cause Analysis and is a member of Gemba Academy, Lean Six Sigma and ASQ.