novembre 8


17:30 - 19:00

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Celine Van Puymbrouck

The purpose of this is course is to help you understand why we make human errors, how to reduce them and what good companies do about it.

In a short journey Kris Van Impe will explain to you what Human Error is and what it isn’t. This will put some light on why we make human errors. How do we do something about reducing them. How good industries do something about it. How can we systematically take care of those Human Error related root causes. Finally, let’s practice on our own environment.

The trainer

Kris Van Impe

My affection for Continuous Improvement and Lean started when I worked for General Motors Belgium, 20 years ago.

Later on I worked at Pfizer where I had the chance of developing my skills in Operational Excellence and where I was trained to become Master Black Belt.

At Pfizer I had the pleasure of improving my knowledge of Human Error Reduction, Lean and Six Sigma. Training, coaching and deploying programs in all those disciplines for Pfizer Belgium, and sometimes also other Pfizer sites in Europe, was my job and my hobby at the same time.

After a period of working as freelance where I gave some training sessions for Pauwels Consulting and other companies, I started working for Pauwels with a project at Biocartis. During that time I continued working on all kinds of OpEx related subjects for Pauwels and for Biocartis.

Over all those years I’ve been attracted to everything regarding OpEx and my passion is turning into an addiction!

Language: English