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Optimal Handling of Generators and Other Related Equipment

Starts: 4th May, 2020

Location: 20 Harvey Road, Sabo Yaba

Summary

Equipping staff In house to take charge of generator repairs and maintenance saves a lot of cost to companies. Companies who engage outside sources for their generators repairs and maintenance run the risk of incurring huge cost and downtime. This training is designed for people in charge of servicing and maintaining generators in companies to minimize cost and avoid downtime. It is purely a practical workshop with minimal theoretical session. Participants expected. All levels of supervisors and technicians are expected to participate, those who repair generators on behalf of their companies to a third party. Content: Knowing parts of generator and their functions Generator maintenance standards and practice. Practical session-demonstration with a sample generator with minimum capacity of 50kva Occupational safety and health administration (OSHA) standards and regulations Ben 08034113550

E & M West Africa — Equipment & Manufacturing West Africa

Starts: 28th Apr, 2020

Location: Landmark centre, Victoria Island

Summary

Equipment & Manufacturing West Africa is the foremost exhibition dedicated to West Africa’s industrial sector. Connecting exhibitors with professionals looking for innovative solutions and networking opportunities in dynamic segments such as manufacturing, machinery, processing, packaging, automotive, material handling, supply chain. The event aims to meet the growing needs of manufacturing companies by showcasing the industry's best ideas, innovations, technologies and cost-effective solutions to raise productivity and profitability across the industry. To register, visit emwestafrica.com

Made in Nigeria: Convention

Starts: 19th Oct, 2019

Location: The Bunker, 23B Bashorun RI Okusanya Avenue, Off admiralty Way behind Tantalizers, Lekki Phase 1

Summary

Experience Nigeria! The food the culture, the fashion. This event will feature a fashion show, a panel discussion, musical acts,And an exhibition of over 50 Nigerian made products. Made in Nigeria summit is the first event to serve as the launch of the www.madeinnigeria.com initiative. Come witness the display of several Nigerian made products and businesses. Also featured at our summit is a panel discussion featuring 5 of Nigeria's top business professionals. This is a great opportunity to not only expand your network but to source Nigerian made products and goods. Vision: We aim to build trust in Made in Nigeria products, by promoting work of excellent Nigerian merchants, brands, and other businesses. We envision a platform that promotes Nigerians and the world to “Buy Nigeria, Grow Nigeria.” About: Made in Nigeria is an e-commerce platform creating a global point of sales opportunities for made in Nigeria products. We are all out to give Nigeria’s products an internationally accepted brand name. Our services include, improving customers reach, promoting local products, collectively with our partners create an internationally accepted brand; “Made in Nigeria” for Nigerian produced goods. We transform the way merchants, brands, and other service providers market and sell, through the use of technological infrastructure and digital ecosystem. We make the world have a positive perception of Made in Nigeria products. Mission: We are all out to create value for Made in Nigeria product around the globe. Buy Nigeria, Grow Nigeria

Pneumatic/Electro-Pneumatic Control Systems Course

Starts: 23rd Aug, 2019

Location: 70B, Olorunlogbon Street, Anthony Village

Summary

This course aims to enable technical personnel to understand the Pneumatic and Electropneumatic Automation System better; improve participants operation, maintenance and troubleshooting skills. The Pneumatics and Electropneumatic course is a comprehensive, highly practical and interactive course. You will have an opportunity to discuss pneumatic systems specification, construction, design-applications, operations, maintenance and troubleshooting issues and be provided with the most up-to-date information and best practice in dealing with the subject. Learning Objectives At the end of this course, participants will be able to: Describe the basic physical principles of compressed air, basic SI units and other physical quantities used in Pneumatic and Electro-Pneumatic systems Read pneumatic schematics Understand the operation and application of standard pneumatic valves and actuators Perform simple circuit design using standard symbology and functions such as automatic return, logic control, speed control, pressure sequencing, reduced actuator forces and timing Work safely with pneumatic components and systems Troubleshoot and repair simple pneumatic problems Understand essential pneumatic terms and understand their key applications Discuss the correct operation, control sequences and procedures for the safe operation of various pneumatic systems Target Participants Maintenance Technicians/Engineers, Supervisors, Electromechanical personnel, and newly recruited Technicians Methodology Lectures complemented by hands-on exercises using various pneumatic components, valves and actuators. Contents Fundamentals of pneumatics automation system Meaning of pneumatic Application of Pneumatic systems Advantages and Disadvantages of pneumatics Theory of air and gas laws SI units and conversions - bar, kpa, mmHg, Psi Structure of Pneumatic Systems The Structure of Pneumatic Systems System Circuit Diagram / layout Components of a Pneumatic system Air generation, Types of Compressors Preparation Air Drying: Absorption Drying and Adsorption Drying, refrigerant drying. Compressed Air Filter Pressure Regulating Valve Compressed Air Lubricator The service unit Piping and Distribution Network ISO Symbols Symbols for the Power Supply Section Directional Control Valves: Ports and Switching Positions Port designation Types of Actuation Non-return, Flow Control and Pressure Control Valve Symbols of the Principal Working Elements Component designation Actuators Single-Acting Cylinder Double-Acting Cylinder Cylinder Construction and Types Rodless Cylinder Rotary Actuators - Cylinder and Swivel Drive Directional control valve 3/2-Way Valve: Normally Closed Position 3/2-Way Valve: Normally Open Position Pilot Control 3/2-Way Roller Lever Valve, Pilot Actuated 4/2-Way Valve 5/2-Way Double Pilot Valve, Pneumatically Actuated, 5/3-Way Valve, Pneumatically Actuated, Both Sides Non-return valves and Logical valves Dual-Pressure Valve (AND Function) Shuttle Valve (OR Function) Non-return Valve and Quick Exhaust Valve Flow Control Valve and One-Way Flow Control Valve Combinational valves Pressure Sequence Valve Time Delay Valve, Normally Closed Position Circuit Diagram for one cylinder Direct and Indirect Actuation Circuit Diagram: Dual Pressure Valve (AND Function) Circuit Diagram: Shuttle Valve (OR Function) Circuit Diagram: 5/2-Way Double Pilot Valve (Speed Control) Circuit Diagram: Quick Exhaust Valve Circuit Diagram: Pressure Sequence Valve Circuit Diagram: Time-Delay Valve Circuit Diagram for two cylinders Circuit Diagram: Coordinated Motion Circuit Diagram: Overlapping Signals Function Diagram: Overlapping Signals Circuit Diagram: Roller Lever Valve with Idle Return Electro-pneumatic System Elements Basic Electricity and Electromagnetism Electrical Components Basic Electrical Control Circuits Electro-pneumatic Components Electro-pneumatic Control Circuits Special Connections of control logics Programmable Control Systems Maintenance and Troubleshooting of pneumatic components and systems Hands-on practical exercises, simulations and implementation To book call 09087363262

BREAD AND CONFECTIONERY BAKING

Starts: 15th Jul, 2019

Location: lagos

Summary

· Equipment Specification · Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point · Food Laws · Quality Control · Industrial Information · Cost Element · Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer · Guide to Setting up Business · Product Marketing · Practical Sessions

CASSAVA FLOUR PRODUCTION

Starts: 10th Jul, 2019

Location: lagos

Summary

· Equipment Specification · Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point · Food Laws · Quality Control · Industrial Information · Cost Element · Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer · Guide to Setting up Business · Product Marketing · Practical Sessions

POUNDED YAM FLOUR PRODUCTION

Starts: 17th Jun, 2019

Location: lagos

Summary

· Equipment Specification · Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point · Food Laws · Quality Control · Industrial Information · Cost Element · Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer · Guide to Setting up Business · Product Marketing · Practical Sessions

EDIBLE MUSHROOM PRODUCTION

Starts: 3rd Jun, 2019

Location: lagos

Summary

· Equipment Specification · Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point · Food Laws · Quality Control · Industrial Information · Cost Element · Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer · Guide to Setting up Business · Product Marketing · Practical Sessions

JUICE PRODUCTION FROM NIGERIA FRUITS

Starts: 5th Aug, 2019

Location: lagos

Summary

· Equipment Specification · Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point · Food Laws · Quality Control · Industrial Information · Cost Element · Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer · Guide to Setting up Business · Product Marketing · Practical Sessions

DRINK PRODUCTION AND PRESERVATION

Starts: 1st Aug, 2019

Location: lagos

Summary

· Equipment Specification · Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point · Food Laws · Quality Control · Industrial Information · Cost Element · Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer · Guide to Setting up Business · Product Marketing · Practical Sessions

SMOKED FISH PRODUCTION

Starts: 20th Jun, 2019

Location: lagos

Summary

· Equipment Specification · Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point · Food Laws · Quality Control · Industrial Information · Cost Element · Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer · Guide to Setting up Business · Product Marketing · Practical Sessions

CASSAVA CHIPS PRODUCTION

Starts: 8th Jul, 2019

Location: lagos

Summary

· Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point · Food Laws · Quality Control · Industrial Information · Cost Element · Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer · Guide to Setting up Business · Product Marketing · Practical Sessions

ICAN MCPE Manufacturing Course

Starts: 19th Jun, 2019

Location: LAGOS AIRPORT HOTEL

Summary

To diversify the economy, some of the vital initiatives are to revive declining local industries and promote the production and consumption of local production. Aside providing solution to unemployment, encouraging the production and consumption of local products could lead the nation to economy prosperity. The 2019 MCPE programme is focused on how to promote local production and consumption of and how to bring back dying manufacturing companies. Papers Nigerian Manufacturing Industry: Regulatory, Operational And Environmental Reviving The Declining Manufacturing Sector: The Role Of Stakeholders Promoting Local Production And Consumption Disruptive Technology In Manufacturing Sector: Risks And Opportunities

Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) Awareness Training for Pharmaceutical Industry

Starts: 23rd May, 2019

Location: 7B Etim Inyang Crescent, Victoria Island

Summary

This training addresses the requirements relevant for the pharmaceutical product supply chains for human medicines, from the producers of raw materials to the manufacturing of finished products. It helps you to understand the role of inter-departmental controls in the entire pharmaceutical supply chain and the regulations governing different countries in emerging markets. This will give you the knowledge to ensure standards are GMP compliant. The training is designed for individuals of all levels within a pharmaceutical manufacturing organization. QA, QC, production as well as Regulatory Affairs and general management positions will be able to better understand the issues at stake as per GMP requirements. If you plan to complete other GMP training, such as GMP Compliance Training and GMP Expert Training, you will benefit from the strong knowledge and theory foundation this training provides for developing future auditing skills. The training comprises lecture and workshop exercises

Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) Compliance Training for Pharmaceutical Industry

Starts: 22nd Jun, 2019

Location: 7B Etim Inyang Crescent, Victoria Island

Summary

This training is to help you implement into an organization the increasing legislation and guidance on goods within the pharmaceutical industry. We help you to understand the role of inter-departmental QMS controls in the entire pharmaceutical supply chain and how to effectively document and continually improve the systems in place to ensure standards are GMP compliant. If you plan to complete other GMP training you will benefit from the practical theory and foundation this course provides in developing future auditing skills. The training is designed for individuals representing Quality Assurance, Quality Control, Production and Management. Individuals of all levels within a pharmaceutical manufacturing organization will benefit by understanding the GMP requirements. The training comprises lecture and workshop exercises.

Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) Expert Training for Pharmaceutical Industry

Starts: 16th Apr, 2019

Location: 7B Etim Inyang Crescent, Victoria Island

Summary

This training provides you with an understanding of the new international regulations, initiatives or directives that have been issued for the pharmaceutical supply chain within the last year. People in a glass meeting room We explain how to document and implement these new changes in legislation and continually improve your systems for future changes to the regulatory framework. The difficulties and common problems pharmaceutical companies face due to these new rules will be discussed to help ensure that all inter-departmental QMS controls for the entire pharmaceutical supply chain are robust and in order. The training is designed for individuals from senior executives of Quality Assurance, Quality Control, Production, and especially for top management, in order to allow a smooth implementation of recent and future changes.

ISO 22716 – Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) Awareness Training for Cosmetics

Starts: 9th Mar, 2019

Location: 7B Etim Inyang Crescent, Victoria Island

Summary

ISO 22716 is the new guidance for Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) for the cosmetics manufacturing industry and describes the basic principles of how to apply GMP in a facility that produces finished cosmetic products. ISO 22716 awareness training has been designed to introduce you to the requirements of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) for the Cosmetic Industry following the ISO 22716:2007. GMP awareness training for cosmeitcs helps you to understand the pharmaceutical product supply chains for cosmetic products from the producers of raw materials to manufacturers of finished products. We also explain the special requirements needed to build a quality management system (QMS) according to the GMP principles and following the ISO 22716 articles. The training is an introduction for anyone involved in the development, implementation and management of GMP for the Cosmetic Industry, particularly relevant for those organizations that produce cosmetic products and need to become compliant to GMP. If you plan to complete other Audit Training based on ISO 22716 you will receive during this training the knowledge and understanding upon which to build auditing skills. This GMP for cosmetics awareness training comprises lecture and workshop exercises.

ISO 22716 – Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) Interpretation and Audit Training for Cosmetic Industry

Starts: 8th Feb, 2019

Location: 7B Etim Inyang Crescent, Victoria Island

Summary

This training provides the skills and knowledge to audit Good Manufacturing Practises (GMP) for the Cosmetic Industry. You learn to assess the design, implementation and improvement of organization’s GMP to the requirements of ISO 22716. On training completion you will be able to: Explain the principles, processes and techniques used for GMP and the significance of these for the Cosmetic Industry Possess in-depth knowledge of the ISO 22716 audit and certification process Have the skills and knowledge needed to conduct third party audits against the requirements of the ISO 22716 Good Manufacturing Practise (GMP) for the Cosmetic Industry

Nigeria Manufacturing & Equipment Expo

Starts: 12th Mar, 2019

Location: Landmark event centre

Summary

Exhibitors benefit from Nigeria’s industrialisation policy and increasing investments from manufacturers & SME’s into end of line packaging & labelling and processing & filling machinery for agro products, food, beverage, tobacco, pharmaceutical, textile, industrial and non-food manufacturing sectors

Nigeria Manufacturing & Equipment Expo

Starts: 12th Mar, 2019

Location: Landmark event centre

Summary

Exhibitors benefit from Nigeria’s industrialisation policy and increasing investments from manufacturers & SME’s into end of line packaging & labelling and processing & filling machinery for agro products, food, beverage, tobacco, pharmaceutical, textile, industrial and non-food manufacturing sectors

Nigeria Manufacturing & Equipment Expo

Starts: 12th Mar, 2019

Location: Landmark event centre

Summary

Exhibitors benefit from Nigeria’s industrialisation policy and increasing investments from manufacturers & SME’s into end of line packaging & labelling and processing & filling machinery for agro products, food, beverage, tobacco, pharmaceutical, textile, industrial and non-food manufacturing sectors

Nigeria Manufacturing & Equipment Expo

Starts: 12th Mar, 2019

Location: Landmark event centre

Summary

Exhibitors benefit from Nigeria’s industrialisation policy and increasing investments from manufacturers & SME’s into end of line packaging & labelling and processing & filling machinery for agro products, food, beverage, tobacco, pharmaceutical, textile, industrial and non-food manufacturing sectors

SME’s Combating Production and Service Wastages

Starts: 16th Jan, 2019

Location: 5/7 Alade Lawal Street, Opposite Divisional Police Station, Off Ikorodu Road, Anthony

Summary

Wastes in the production of goods and services always exist and will grow without intervention. These are elements of products and services actually not valued by customers but yet are built into the production cost. In a difficult economy, the type that Nigeria is experiencing at present, wants and needs change and SMEs must be attentive to them. The SMEs that manage their internal waste effectively are the ones which will survive. This course takes participants through the effective processes of identify workplace wastes and how to eliminate the wastes for productivity and enhancement of profit. Course Contents DAY ONE Defining Operational Wastes Types of Wastes Defects Inventory Processing Waiting Motion Transportation Overproduction. DAY TWO Conducting a Waste Audit People How wastes originate with or are experienced by people. How wastes relate to communication and management. Safety How wastes originate from or relate to machines. The relationship between waste and hazards. Methods How wastes originate from or relate to materials. How wastes originate in work methods. Quality How wastes relate to quality and quality control. The wasteful effects of large-batch production. The Importance of Building Safety into Processes. Adding a metrics Key performance indicator War on Waste Reducing Overtime Wastes in the production of goods and services always exist and will grow without intervention. These are elements of products and services actually not valued by customers but yet are built into the production cost. In a difficult economy, the type that Nigeria is experiencing at present, wants and needs change and SMEs must be attentive to them. The SMEs that manage their internal waste effectively are the ones which will survive. This course takes participants through the effective processes of identify workplace wastes and how to eliminate the wastes for productivity and enhancement of profit. Course Contents DAY ONE Defining Operational Wastes Types of Wastes Defects Inventory Processing Waiting Motion Transportation Overproduction. DAY TWO Conducting a Waste Audit People How wastes originate with or are experienced by people. How wastes relate to communication and management. Safety How wastes originate from or relate to machines. The relationship between waste and hazards. Methods How wastes originate from or relate to materials. How wastes originate in work methods. Quality How wastes relate to quality and quality control. The wasteful effects of large-batch production. The Importance of Building Safety into Processes. Adding a metrics Key performance indicator War on Waste Reducing Overtime

Lean Value Stream Mapping Course

Starts: 10th Jun, 2019

Location: JK Michaels Consulting Office

Summary

Lean process improvement training is a system of steps that help organizations reduce waste by focusing on customer value. By identifying how customer value flows across every aspect of the organization, management and teams can then fine-tune and implement processes that create zero waste. This training course will enable teams with the right tools to implement lean principles of process improvement into the very core of their culture, reducing waste and improving product and service value to the customer. Tools covered include 5S, 5W-2H, PDSA, DMAIC, Kaizen, Genchi Genbutsu This two-day Lean Process Improvement training course will give your organization the foundational tools it requires to implement Lean. Day one will explore the foundational Toyota precepts of Lean and the five improvement concepts – value, waste, variation, complexity, and continuous improvement. The second day will focus on the actual tools for implementing these continual improvement concepts in their organization. Useful tools will include; Lean data mapping methods, 5S, 5W-2H, PDSA, DMAIC, Kaizen, Genchi Genbutsu. This Lean process improvement training course will enable an entire organization to holistically apply lean thinking across every aspect of their value stream. From the worker to the CEO, the constant reevaluation of the value stream across each product and service family will challenge old thinking and create a new culture of lean thinking. Once the value of a product or service is identified, then unnecessary waste can be removed with continual process improvement. Lean is not just limited to manufacturing and production, but also can equally be applied to service oriented industries like healthcare, government, education and agribusiness. Course Objectives and Learning Outcome After this course, participants will be able to: Define Lean and its key terms Describe the Toyota Production System and the TPS house Describe the five critical improvement concepts Use the Kano model to understand, describe, analyze, and improve value Identify and reduce various types of waste Create a plan for a more environmentally Lean organization Use the PDSA and R-DMAIC-S models to plan, execute, and evaluate Lean changes Use Lean thinking frameworks, including 5W-2H, Genchi Genbutsu and Gemba Prepare for and complete a basic 5-S Describe the key elements of Kaizen events, particularly a Kaizen blitz Gather, analyze, and interpret data using flow charts, Ishikawa (fishbone) diagrams, SIPOC diagrams, and value stream maps Go back to their organization with a plan to begin incorporating Lean into their corporate culture