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Mar 27

Training Through The Hard Times

Posted by IAMBlogger in Tips and Techniques , Management , Education and Training


Advancement of technologies paired with the rising competition amongst companies is only saying one thing to its corresponding owner and management:  produce quality products with the least amount of input in terms of money, time and effort. So the company seeks for ways to reduce their expenditures to the least possible.

Financial crisis because of low sales due to local or global financial recession or fierce competition would firmly instruct the whole company to tighten their belts. And the first and most likeable department to feel it is the training department. But there are ways to comply still of the CEO's directive for the budget-cut for the sake of the company's continuing quality output without spending too much. After all, the training department objective is to produce the lean functioning manpower the company needs to sustain stable operation. This list will surely help and would give a thumbs up for everyone:

Dec 14

Crazy 5S Misconceptions

Posted by IAMBlogger in Management


 It's the trend and 5S is in. No, it's not fashion that I am talking about here but the Seiri, Seiton, Seiso, Seiketsu, Shitsuke thing or translated in English to Sorting, Straightening, Sweeping or Shine (cleaning), Standardizing, Sustaining the discipline.

Three words are added, though in debate which are the Safety, Security, and Satisfaction. Several industries ranging from food, ceramics, and petrochemicals to metals are now doing this workplace organization methodology. Specific departments were set upped for this purpose and the idea is great.

Lessons in Instrumentation

In order to understand industrial process control and automation smoothly, it is a requisite to understand each of the fields of industrial instrumentation which act as the senses and the arms and legs of the entire process control and automation concept. Click on one of the header articles of the Lessons in Instrumentation below:

 Mathematics for Industrial Instrumentation    Industrial Physics  •  Chemistry for Instrumentation    DC Electricity  •  AC Electricity  •  Introduction to Industrial Instrumentation  •  Instrumentation Documents  •  Instrument Connections  •  Discrete Process Measurement  •  Discrete Control Elements  •  Relay Control Systems  •  Programmable Logic Controllers  •  Analog Electronic Instrumentation  •  Pneumatic Instrumentation  •  Digital Data Acquisition and Networks  •  FOUNDATION Fieldbus Instrumentation  •  Instrument Calibration  •  Continuous Pressure Measurement    Continuous Level Measurement    Continuous Temperature Measurement  •  Continuous Fluid Flow Measurement    Continuous Analytical Measurement     Machine Vibration Measurement  •  Final Control Elements - Control Valves  •  Final Control Elements - Variable Speed Motor Controls    Principles of Feedback Control    Process Dynamics and PID Controller    Tuning  •  Basic Process Control Strategies  •  Process Safety and Instrumentation  •  Instrument System Problem-Solving 

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