Six Sigma Black Belt Workshop in Sesa Sterlite Copper, Tuticorin


 


Last 2 issues, we have covered the Phase I & II of Six Sigma Black Belt workshop organized by NIQR, Head quarters in M/S Sesa Sterlite, Tuticorin. III Phase of training: The 3rd phase of training (17th & 18th April 2015) started with Project Presentation by 5 teams. Each team was asked to take enough time to go deep in to their projects and explain the approach methodology they have adopted, and their conclusions. Accordingly each team took almost 1 hour to present their case studies.

The teams took current process bottleneck/critical problems like

  • Stripping Time reduction
  • Raw water consumption reduction at PAP
  • Arsenic removal in purification
  • Furnace oil consumption reduction
  • PAP evaporator capacity increase and presented their case studies with enthusiasm and involvement.

Total estimated annual savings out of these 5 projects: Rs.4.3 crores wetted by their finance department. As a matter of cross learning, Sterlite Management has invited Management team from M/s. Sri. Jayajothi & Co Ltd., Rajapalayam, for witnessing their case study presentations. Accordingly 9 people from various positions including GM Operations attended the case study presentations. In the concluding session on 18th April 2015, NIQR Panel of Jury announced that all the 10 participants have met the minimum qualifying criteria set by NIQR and hence all were declared qualified as Six Sigma Black Belt.

The Six Sigma Black Belt certificates were presented to Mr. Rajasekar and Mr. Ramkumar on behalf of all the Sesa Sterlite participants by Prof Washio during the lecture meeting on 19th May 2015 at the Hotel Westin Chennai.

Six Sigma Black Belt Workshop in Sesa Sterlite Copper, Tuticorin

Last issue, we have covered the Phase I of Six Sigma Black Belt workshop organized by NIQR, Head quarters in M/S Sesa Sterlite, Tuticorin. II Phase of training: The second phase of training (23rd to 26th March 2015) started with recapping Phase I learnings and feedback on Phase I assignments submitted by the participants. Then phase II portion that is Analyse, Improve, and Control cycle concepts were taught to the participants with lot of hands-on-exercises and case studies. On the 3rd day evening, participants presented their progress on their projects selected for this certification course showing good progress. The faculties suggested to the participants to apply high end tools learned in the program at appropriate places. Participants will work on their projects based on the guidelines provided and present their projects in the next visit. Phase III of the workshop is scheduled from 17th to 18th Apr 2015.

Six Sigma Black Belt Workshop in Sesa Sterlite Copper, Tuticorin

Sesa Sterlite management has organized a Six Sigma Black Belt workshop through NIQR, Head quarters, Chennai with a view to enhance the problem solving skill and to enrich their knowledge on six sigma methodology. NIQR team headed by Dr. A. Sanjeeva Rao (Past National President) and Mr. R. Mohanakrishnan (Past National treasurer) went to their Training Centre in Tuticorin to execute the Phase 1 stage of the 10-day Six Sigma Black Belt Workshop during 20 – 23, January 2015. The workshop proceedings were planned by NIQR in such a way that review tests were conducted daily along with theory sessions, as a part of continuous evaluation. There were 10 participants and 5 groups of 2 members each were assigned specific projects related to the plant operation and they will work on their projects based on the guidelines provided. Phase 2 of the workshop is scheduled from 23rd to 26th Mar'2015


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