Infection Management for Geriatrics in Long-Term Care Facilities, Second Edition:
Service Quality for Facilities Management in HospitalsBuchvon Low Sui PhengEAN: 9789811009556Einband: GebundenBeilage: BookSprache: EnglischSeiten: 146Abbildungen: 44 schwarz-weiße Abbildungen, BibliographieMaße: 241 x 159 x 17 mmAutor: Low Sui
Facilities Management HandbookBuchvon John MolnarEAN: 9780442263478Einband: GebundenBeilage: BookAuflage: 1983Sprache: EnglischSeiten: 272Maße: 264 x 190 x 22 mmAutor: John MolnarBau, Technik, Bautechnik, Umwelttechnik, und UmwelttechnikAnbieter: pre
Three practicing managers with years of experience improving production facilities around the world explain why lean methodology on its own often fails to deliver productivity gains and how a holistic package incorporating safety, employee development, business planning, capital spending, performance management, quality and lean work can together to deliver results. Improving productivity is the holy grail of every site manager. But while three decades of initiatives from Kaizen through TQM to Lean/Six Sigma have all had an impact, the fact remains that a few companies outperform the others. This is often because individual change initiatives address only one aspect of a much more complex problem. What is needed is a holistic productivity system that addresses every aspect of production. To implement a productivity system in practice, you need more than TQM, more that Lean. Based on their experience managing and improving production facilities around the world the authors show how there are seven key elements that combine to create a sustainable productivity system. Leading Beyond Lean explains how these seven elements work together, and how you can set up your own bespoke productivity system, like they did. As practising managers Østbø, Wetherill and Cattermole have used these techniques and procedures to deliver improvements in both in safety and productivity. Helping their sites to become more economically viable, evolving from problem sites with uncertain futures into vibrant sites that attract reinvestment and growth. They become cleaner, safer and better organised, and therefore more attractive places to work in. This book will help any company, any site manager, and any production director understand what is needed to set up a lasting productivity system, not in theory, but in practice - and to deliver outstanding results. Petter Østbø is currently EVP of Production at Yara International and was previously the head of global optimization where he came up with the productivity system and the concept around it. Before joining Yara Petter was a consultant McKinsey. Robin Cattermole is currently VP Head of Global Planning and Optimization at Yara has held various senior supply chain and production positions. He was the architect of the productivity system and responsible for its global roll out. Mark Wetherill is an operational manager and lean practitioner with many years experience in factory management. As one on the original instigators of the productivity system he supported its deployment at Yara sites across the world. He is now head of productivity for Yaras global network of small sites.
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Facilities, Volume 25, Issue 11 & 12:25th Anniversary Special Issue: Celebrating 25 Years of the Best In Facilities Management
Supervisory Studies: Technical Aspects of Supervision focuses on the technical aspects of management and their relationship to the job of the foreman. The book first takes a look at the organization of factories, including production system, size and character of factories, types of production, production facilities, and methods in handling materials. The text then discusses production design and development. Topics include technological change, market research, design of products, legal protection, patents, registered designs, and trademarks. The monograph reviews the process of production planning and control. Position of production control in the organization; production control and the control of production; divisions of production control; materials movement; and product specification are given importance. The text also reviews the technique of work study, including factory waste, status and division of work study, rules of motion economy, wage payment systems, and work measurement. The text is an important resource material for readers interested in the technical aspects of management.
Hospital Waste Management in Health Facilities of Dibrugarh - India:Hospital Waste, Collection, segregation, Transport, Disposal Amit Kumar Singh
Project Management in the Construction of Oil and Gas Facilities:A Case Study of Agbami & Akpo FPSO Nicholas Adhekoyibo
This volume of selected articles is being released in light of the new economic, social and environmental challenges Europe and the United States have been faced with following the end of the Cold War and in the evolving era of globalization. National security, immigration and the provision of health and other key social services call for a radically different outlook in terms of policy discussions. The contributors of this book focus on seven key policy issues and challenges that currently affect the United States and Europe: income distribution, the gender pay gap, crime and security, unemployment, health care, the demographic question and environmental regulation. The purpose of this volume is to analyze how public policy within the European context is responding to the challenges posed by this new global era. Alexander Chursin Dr. hab. in Economics, PhD in Engineering, Director of the Institute of Institute of Applied Technical and Economic Research and Expertise in Peoples Friendship University of Russia (PFUR), Head of the Department of Applied Economy Studies, Advisor of PFUR Rectorate, Professor of the Department of Information and Computer Science at the Higher Qualification Commission of Russia. He is a member of the Scientific Council of Russian Academy of Sciences, Expert Council of the Russian Humanitarian Scientific Foundation, and is also a Professor at the Academy of Military Sciences. Prof. Chursin has been working on executive positions in industry and scientific educational institutions for more than 50 years. He has led large projects of conversion the defense industry of the USSR and the creation and development of innovative area within the CIS countries on the basis of developed with his participation Interstate program of innovation cooperation of CIS member states for the period until 2020. He is an author of 23 inventions for which patents were obtained in the field of instrumentation and control system design. On the basis of the results of scientific activity A.A. Chursin has published over 100 articles and 30 monographs. In recent years, he engaged in research problems of competitiveness management of production, organization and ensuring the successful performance of domestic products in the world markets. Prof. Chursin awarded many medals and orders of the USSR and Russia for high results in labor and scientific activities including USSR Council of Ministers Award in the field of science and technology, Tsiolkovsky sign for personal creative contribution in the implementation of space programs and projects, medal of the Order of Merit for the Motherland of the II degree. Yury Makarov Dr. hab. in Economics, PhD in Engineering, Chief of the Space Activity Strategic Department of the Federal Space Agency of Russia (Roscosmos), Head of the Department of Competitiveness Management of Aerospace Companies of the Institute of Applied Technical and Economic Research and Expertise in the Peoples Friendship University of Russia. He is an active member of an International Academy of Astronautics, Academy of Military Economy and Finance, Academy of Cosmonautics named K.E. Tsiolkovsky and Academy of Engineering Sciences named A.M. Prokhorov, Presidium member of Federation of Cosmonautics of Russia, member of Council on Space of Russian Academy of Sciences. Yury Makarov has been working in the field of space activity for 28 years. As the Head of Space Activity Strategic Department of Roscosmos, he directs the works related to the organization of business management concerning the development and creation of space facilities for socio-economic and scientific purposes. Scientific and engineering results achieved under his supervision and direct assistance are widely adopted in different fields of Russian space activity, contribute considerably to organization and recognition of the Federal Space Program of Russia. Theoretical research in the sphere of space economy made it possible for Yury Makarov to develop practical approaches for techno-economic grounds of the creation and development economically effective operation of organizations in the terms of uncertainty, economic risks and financial constraints. He is an author of over 200 scientific papers, including 5 monographs dedicated to the questions of organization of an effective management of industrial corporations. Yury Makarov has a title of 1st Class State Advisor of the Russian Federation, awarded the Russian Order of Honor for his
Building Facilities Management ´:A Strategic Implementation System for ´ Prevention of Building Failure Nima Amani
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