Lean manufacturing principles are increasingly being adopted in the laboratory environment. If Lean Laboratory is properly implemented, the results can be impressive, delivering simpler workflows and processes, reduced lead times, and increased laboratory efficiency. A lean laboratory is one which is focused on delivering high quality results in the most efficient way ̶ in terms of cost and/or speed ─ with the most efficient use of resources. Applying a lean approach is essentially a process optimization exercise, aimed at improving the economic efficiency of an organization.
In the Part 1 of this Lean Lab approach webinar, we'll introduce the basic concepts of Lean Laboratory and the 10 fields of improvement, which enable you to assess the current status of your lab and identify where processes can be optimized to improve efficiency.
Transparency-One CEO Chris Morrison speaks at the SGS Special Session on FSMA at the Global Food Safety Conference in Houston, Texas (March 1, 2017).
Packaging that is taller than it is wide can sometimes present a challenge for x-ray inspection. Manufacturers are constantly searching for a solution to ensure product safety and integrity whilst delivering consistent and reliable inspection results for tall and rigid containers such as glass jars, foil pouches and much more. Could this be the solution for your business?