Thermo Fisher Scientific
Due to the highly regulated environment for the analysis of Dioxin, labs have to organize in the fine details their processes and how the resources are employed. Sometimes, this turns into not very efficient use of operators’ time and lab resources. Furthermore, the classical contract laboratory analyzing PDDD/F and PCB usually needed several days to analyze all samples, depending on the fluctuation of sample amount and employees. The sample are often analyzed in batches and the performance efficiency of batch operation is either focused on cost, time or quality. By applying the principles of lean management and the one-piece flow approach, labs performing dioxin analysis can benefit from shorter delivery times for PCDD/F and PCB analysis results, without changing the current quality standard or the production costs of your samples. This unique approach improves laboratory efficiency and effectiveness, with reduced capital investment costs.
In this webinar, you will learn how to reduce the turn-around time, maximize efficiency, improve the analytical workflow. Explore with us the possibilities to enhance your analytical workflow for dioxin, PCDD/F and PCB analysis.
Kay Kelterer, Kay Kelterer Environmental Consulting
Kay Kelterer has more than 15 years of experience working in the field of dioxin and POP analysis. He is founder of Kay Kelterer Environmental Consulting and offering full support during all stages of building up and/or running lab for dioxin and POP analysis.
Matthias Nickel, Lean My Lab
Matthias Nickel has over 15 years of experience working in analytical laboratories for trace and ultra-trace analysis. Since 2013 his focus changed from analytics to process management including lean management. He is studying Value Stream Management (B.A.) at Ansbach University of Applied Science (Germany) besides the job.
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