In a setting that should be familiar to everyone, the typical household garage, the audience is taken through each step of the 5S process from Sort through Sustain. Along the way, the 8 wastes are identified and removed using the 5S process.
Headsets help tour groups with hearing difficulties overcome background noise and distance from the guide — even in noisy surroundings. Use it in factories, power plants, etc — anywhere hearing assistance is required for tour-type presentations.
This is the perfect system for a group of 10. Custom packages available, if needed please call (763)533-8239.
Located centrally in the west side of the Twin Cities our professional Training Center comes equipped with full A/V and kitchen area and plenty of room for up to 25 people. Training Center rental is offered in half day increments, the price listed is for four hours. Full days rates are available. For more information please contact us at 763-533-8239
Reach key-decision makers in Executive, Sr. Leadership, and Management positions.
Top industries represented by our membership include:
Medical Technology Metal Fabrication Electronics
Rubber & Plastics Wood, Paper and Printing
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Build your brand & reputation among Minnesota Manufacturers
Sponsor the Manufacturers Alliance scholarship program.
We award 1 scholarship yearly to Minnesota manufacturers, distributors or their suppliers who continually seek to improve.
This is a great opportunity to promote your company to thousands of local manufacturers.
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The purpose of the Errand Run video is twofold. First, get people thinking of their jobs in terms of a value stream. That is, a stream of activities that can be split into value adding work and non value adding waste. Second, show individuals how to create value stream maps to identify and eliminate waste. Call 763-533-8239 to learn more.
By Both the 5S Garage and Errand Run at package rate of $349.95
Engaging your maintenance, engineering, and production employees in a Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) program will help ensure equipment is safe and working correctly when you need it. It will also help minimize equipment breakdowns, defects, and parts needing to be reworked. This Seminar features Lawrence Harer with Eaton Corporation, Kelly Pearson with The Toro Company, and Doug Meyer with 3M.
Look for 3 videos on our Seminar web page under "Event Archive" at the top of the page.