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APM Terminals Bahrain employees complete Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training

Posted 19 May 2014 · Add Comment

APM Terminals Bahrain, the operators of Khalifa bin Salman Port, recently completed the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training for employees. Lean Six Sigma is a structured, problem-solving approach designed to help master techniques to improve process performance and consistency within an organisation.

The training was conducted by Gerard Poolman, Abdelrahman Elshamy and Sarah Janati during two weeks from 2nd to 6th March 2014 and from 4th to 8th May 2014. More than 21 employees from different departments attended the training which was held at Movenpick Hotel. The curriculum provided an expanded set of tools which further enhanced employee ability to deliver significant value to the company.   

As part of the improvement initiative, the Green Belt trainees were armed with a powerful set of problem solving tools that form, lead, and mentor teams on solving complex, high return projects. 

APM Terminals Bahrain regularly conducts training programmes on a range of subjects including creating a Safer working environment at the port. Training is carried out both at class room and work-sites to empower workers and upgrade their skill levels. 

APM Terminals Bahrain applies the latest in innovation and technology to improve safety performance at the Port, and the company’s objectives to be at optimal operational efficiency depend on the highest standards of safety. One of the only mixed use ports in the region, APM Terminals Bahrain provides a range of services at Khalifa Bin Salman Port (KBSP), including the provision of sea freight, shipping, and logistical services to the highest international standards in the industry.

 

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