Machine Management & Optimization
- Organization of Technical Effort
- Press Control
- Clothing Management
- Management of the Fibre Supply
- Paper Machine Capital Expenditures
- Lost Production Analysis
- Effective Training: Implementation / Organization
- Paper machine measurements
- Registrants' Machine Concerns
Every 1% of Machine Efficiency represents millions
of dollars over the period of a year's operations. The expected efficiency of a
machine depends on a number of known factors. Yet, there remains in the
industry, a tremendous discrepancy between machines of similar grade and size
in terms of their efficiency - a difference which costs some mills millions of
dollars a month. The difference is found in the management of the paper
machines within the mill.
The management of a Paper Machine requires an
understanding of the unique set of rules which govern paper machine operation
both from a technical aspect and from a management point of view. Failing to
completely understand and appreciate these rules greatly restricts the
efficiency of the paper machine and its crew.
The supervisors and machine crew can only run the paper machine as well
as the boundary conditions imposed by the Paper Machine Management.Mill management must not only recognize the rules of machine management, but
also put them into practice.
Who should take this course?
Mill staff that are directly concerned with the
management of the paper machines such as: Production Managers,
Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents, Team Leaders and Shift
Supervisors, along with those who need to understand management's
concerns such as the technical, production and engineering departments.
Omni has the finest group of instructors working on one team. They strive to tailor the session to every individual
participant's needs and interests.
This course is not a straight series of theoretical
lectures; rather, it is interactive, drawing both on the practical experiences
of the instructors and the theory behind their management solutions.
As this is an interactive course; we encourage opportunities to examine
registrants' specific management problems either through group work or
discussions. The benefits gained from
this course will be immediately realized upon your return to the mill.
"Getting experienced people together to
discuss problems and solutions."
"Openness between instructors and
"A wide variety of experienced
"Good resource material that will be helpful
in the future."
"The format of this course encourages
participation, which is very dynamic and informational."
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