IMPROVE FROM WITHIN
Continuous Improvement is at the heart of BMINZ, and is the ongoing effort to identify and eliminate waste, and improve workflow, processes, quality, work areas
and health and safety. We recognise what it takes to make CI a success, and what factors could prevent you from succeeding.
Our workshops include 5S, Opportunities for Improvement and CI Auditing.
BMINZ offer a range of targeted workshops, enhancing knowledge and on-the-job skills. Our workshops include 5S, Opportunities for Improvement and CI
Auditing. Continuous Improvement (CI) is the ongoing effort to improve workflow, processes, quality, work areas and health and safety.
BMINZ’s Continuous Improvement Programmes provides your team members the skills and knowledge needed to support successful change that results in
improved business performance.
CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT CONCEPTS
Success is driven by engagement at every level of an organisation. The key to change is creating an environment that embraces and encourages all team members to contribute to the organisation vision and goals, resulting in a shift in thinking and actions.
BMINZ’s Continuous Improvement Programme gives your team members the skills and knowledge needed to support successful change that results in improved business performance.
› Simplifies and streamlines processes.
› Reduces waste along your supply chain.
› Capitalise on opportunities through improved problem solving and decision making.
This enables your business to:
› Pinpoint and make positive changes on inefficient processes.
› Reduce costs through reduced waste
› Display full worker participation in problem solving and future solutions.
› Identify costs and waste within a process and apply cost-effective work practices for improvement
› Recognise problems, use problem solving tools to determine the root cause, and develop solutions to prevent recurrence
› Assess and measure quality to prevent deviations from expected standards
› Examine standardised work practices to ensure they meet organisational and customer needs
Apply 5s principles for improved workflow and Health and Safety. Identify the impacts of change up and down the value stream
› Take corrective action where improvement objectives are not met
› Observe and measure performance to identify further opportunities for improvement
To be eligible to enrol in this programme you must meet the following entry criteria:
› Be leading a team or able to lead a team
› Be aged over 16 years old
› Be a New Zealand or Australian Citizen or Resident