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DPF Six Sigma Green Belt Presentation

DPF lean green belt presentation

Pictured are members of DPF Engineering receiving their Six Sigma Green Belt certification having successfully completed training and project implementation over the last few months.

The training which teaches participants the core tools of Six Sigma so that they can play a vital role in the process, data inspection or project management was coached by Lean Business Systems a leading provider of coaching and training in this area.

This training by DPF is part of a continuous programme of improving the skills of all teams members to improve services to customers and provide opportunities for team members to develop within the business.

A Green Belt is someone who has at least three years of work experience who wants to demonstrate their knowledge of Six Sigma tools and processes. Six Sigma is a quality control method that relies on a collaborative team effort to improve performance by systematically removing waste and reducing variation while improving production processes for guaranteed quality. Lean Green Belt training confirms a commitment to quality and continuous improvement. 

Pictured left  to right, Tim Canniford, HSEQ Manger, Michael Byrne, Engineering & Maintenance Manager, John Kennedy, General Manager, Eamonn Redmond , Lean Business Systems, Dhanda Thirugnanam, Applications Engineer and Daniel Grace, Process Engineer   

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