In a prefabricated home manufacturing plant, working with production employees in implementing some lean concepts on 10 workstations out of 22, the company was able to save $201,000 in its first year.
The recognized standard under which your quality management system is regulated requires you to conduct internal audits on that system. But, despite this requirement, internal audits are also necessary to ensure the survival of your company and to continuously improve the efficiency of your quality management system.
Since a major investment is required to establish a quality system and have it certified, it is of the utmost importance to protect this investment by ensuring the people designated to perform internal audits possess the skills to successfully complete their task.
Our experts are familiar with the recognized standards and have vast experience in conducting audits.
After delivering 14 modules and 14 coaching sessions to the supervisory team in a Military Manufacturing environment, they have identified over $1.1 million of improvement opportunities on the production floor that have been integrated into the strategic planning for execution.