Reduce human error and increase productivity

REDUCING human error, increasing performance efficiencies and minimising operating costs will be just some of the hot topics that will be highlighted on exhibition stands during AUSPACK 2009; the largest biennial packaging and processing machinery, materials and associated technology exhibition for Australasia.

REDUCING human error, increasing performance efficiencies and minimising operating costs will be just some of the hot topics that will be highlighted on exhibition stands during AUSPACK 2009; the largest biennial packaging and processing machinery, materials and associated technology exhibition for Australasia.

Sustainable design and superior performance tna, a leading supplier of turnkey integrated packaging and processing solutions for food companies worldwide will be showcasing the ROFLO 3 transfer and distribution system on their AUSPACK stand in 2009.

The performance and flexibility of tna’s roflo 3 is taking the packaging and processing world by storm; but the environmental benefits are equally astounding.

According to the company, tna roflo 3 delivers better results with significantly fewer modules. By reducing the number of modules, energy costs are reduced and detrimental impact on the environment is minimised. Initial outlay and footprints costs are also substantially lower.

The design of tna roflo 3 has a series of sustainability features that make it both environmentally conscious and save user’s money.

On standard tna roflo 3 modules no compressed air is used — compressed air is an inefficient energy source and tna is eliminating its use wherever possible. tna roflo 3 also utilises an auto-stand-by feature when not product is present, which again reduces utility costs.

“The world of manufacturing is becoming increasingly conscious of the environment, saving energy and reducing operating costs,” says Shayne De la Force, Chief Marketing Officer.

“tna’s roflo 3 takes a greener approach to product transfer and distribution through its comparatively low energy consumption, lower ownership/maintenance needs and costs, dramatically smaller physical space requirement, and reduction of product loss and breakage.” Mr De la Force said.

Human Error reduction methodologies and tools World leader in the Science of Human Error Reduction, Talsico will be showcasing their Process Picture Maps and GoalOriented learning methodologies and tools during AUSPACK 2009.

Talsico’s human error reduction methodologies and tools are innovative and yield powerful results. Over 1,500 companies world-wide, have chosen Talsico to help improve their performance.

Process Picture Maps According to Mr John Adamson, Business Development Manager — Australia for Talsico, PPMs are recognition tools that can be used to replace lengthy procedural documents by using best practice documentation design such as clustering information, symbols and pictures.

“Talsico know from their research into what causes human error that humans can only read up to 4 pages of instructional text before we start to lose concentration and begin skimming pages.

“This impacts on reading effectiveness. People believed that they have ‘read it’ when in fact they have only skimmed it. Information can be misinterpreted and/or read out of context,” Mr Adamson said.

GoalOriented Learning GoalOriented Learning is a structured on-the-job learning system that captures corporate knowledge, skills and behaviour and provides a process to transfer and check learning. It is based on research detailing how people learn most effectively in the workplace.

“The two key elements of Goal Oriented Learning are Learning Units and the feedback process. A Learning Unit identifies through Learning Outcomes what a competent person must be able to do, explain or exhibit in order to do the part of their job covered by the Learning Unit.

“The Learning Unit links all the resources people can use to acquire the skill or knowledge identified in the Learning Outcomes. The feedback process checks and corrects people as they work through the Learning Unit.” Mr Adamson said.

AUSPACK will be held from Tuesday the 16th through to Friday the 19th of June 2009 at the Sydney Showgrounds, Sydney Olympic Park. AUSPACK is owned and presented by the Australian Packaging Machinery Association, Australia’s only national packaging and processing machinery organisation.

For further information about exhibiting at AUSPACK 2009, please contact Rob Keen on Tel: +61 2 9556 7993 or e-mail rkeen@etf.com.au

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