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In both work and life, fatigue is inevitable. It cannot be eliminated, so the risk of fatigue hindering safety is ever present. However, with some proven tools, processes and commitment, fatigue risk can be managed in the workplace and at home.
Join Todd Dawson for the third and final webinar in the Workplace Fatigue series: Managing the Risk.
Through case study examples, you will learn some practical risk reduction tactics and discover successful, and unsuccessful, approaches to fatigue management.
As a special bonus, Dawson will share the tools Caterpillar customers are using to limit the impact of fatigue in their operations, and take your questions about how to deploy them in your organization.
•Gain insight into what managing fatigue risk means
•Understand fatigue management fundamentals
•Acquire some basic tools to manage fatigue
Watch and discover how Documentum Electronic Trial Master File (eTMF) can help navigate the complex clinical trial path and provide more granular eTMF plannin, better quality and actionable insight.
Watch this webcast and hear Adam Kelch, Senior Product Manager, Documentum Clinical Solutions, provide an overview of the key enhancements of Documentum eTMF announced at EMC World in Las Vegas in May. He’ll also discuss how our latest release (4.2) delivers more granular eTMF planning, better quality and actionable insight.
Watch and learn how Documentum Research and Development (R&D) and Documentum Submission, Store and View (SSV) ensures alignment with global regulatory guidance to speed submissions.
Listen as Lena Shafir, Product Manager, Life Sciences Regulatory Solutions, provides an overview of recent enhancements to Documentum Research and Development (R&D) and Documentum Store and View (SSV). She’ll also cover how our latest release (4.2) delivers lifecycle support for medical device documentation and ensures alignment with global regulatory guidance to speed submissions.
Join the Webcast and learn how the latest enhancements of Documentum Q&M can deliver lifecycle support for medical device documentation - from design to production manufacturing, while ensuring compliance.
Hear Jessica Kelley, Quality Product Manager, provide an overview of the key enhancements and integrations with Documentum Q&M announced at EMC World in Las Vegas in May. She’ll also explain how our latest release (4.2) delivers lifecycle support for medical device documentation from design to production manufacturing and provides flexible print controls to maximize efficiency while ensuring compliance.
It has become increasingly important in recent times to improve trust, confidence and transparency in the off-warrant commodities market. This dynamic sector, formed by the interaction of banks, traders, commodity owners and warehouses, expects the assurance that stored inventory actually exists, has proven ownership and is of the expected grade and quality.
Our panel will discuss the need to develop secure and effective tools to manage, transfer and finance commodities, to help mitigate operational risks and unlock new opportunities across the commodity value chain.
- Ms. Andrea Hotter, Special Correspondent, Metal Bulletin [Moderator]
- Mr. Matthew Chamberlain, Head of Business Development, LME
- Mr. Graham Hawkins, Group General Manager, Henry Bath & Son Ltd.
- Mr. Charles Bucknall, Group Managing Director, ACE Warehousing and Logistics Co. Ltd.
- Mr. Mitchel Fowler, Director, Commodities, Societe Generale Corporate and Investment Banking
Prototyping and low-volume production of LSR parts are typically handled with manual casting methods, using molds made of metal, RTV or modeling board. However, these kinds of molds can be time and labor intensive to produce and pose limitations on the complexity of the mold.
Dig into the details and identify applications on your manufacturing floor for 3D printed jigs and fixtures. In this webinar you'll see many use cases of companies saving time and money while creating efficiency on their production floors with custom jigs and fixtures.
Watch this EMC webcast and learn how solutions and cloud technologies can help improve capital projects performance and simplify project document sharing and transmittals.
Managing capital projects requires addressing many complex challenges at the same time. At every phase of a project, documents need to be managed and shared across large project teams, inside and beyond the organization. During this webcast, we will explore how customers are leveraging solutions to manage documents and enable collaboration across distributed teams. We will highlight real-world examples of companies that are deploying cloud technologies to take control of their projects and simplify sharing project documents and transmittals.
Watch this EMC webcast and discover how Clinical Research Information Platform is a key aspect in making all patient information available to researchers and clinicians.
Learn how a resilient Clinical Research Information Platform is a key aspect in making all patient information available to researchers and clinicians. Better leveraging the insights coming from new data as genomics and through a wider use of big data and analytics, the platform helps improving clinical trials outcomes making personalized medicine affordable and effective at scale. IDC Health Insights EMEA Senior Research Manager Silvia Piai and Michael Graetz, VP of Healthcare Sales EMEA at EMC will discuss about a recent European study on the needs and opportunities of convergence between Healthcare institutions, Research Centers and life science organization.
Attend this EMC webcast and explore key strategies to managing and providing access to critical asset information during the Big Crew Change.
In today’s Energy industry, the workforce is undergoing tremendous change, as all sectors are facing the wave of employees retiring as part of the Big Crew Change. In the Oil & Gas industry, shakeups in the wake of lower oil prices have seen thousands of employees leaving companies. With the large exodus of subject matter expertise, managing and providing access to your asset information is more important than ever. During this webcast, we will explore the key strategies that ensure that you are able to survive without your most seasoned employees and are positioned to onboard new, less experienced employees in the future.
Join us on September 20th to learn how intelligence can be used to improve your building and overall business. Hear from Procurement and IT managers at Liberty Hardware as they share their experiences on transforming their facility with networked lighting.
From scope to close-out, the most successful projects integrate safety from the very beginning with a focus on incident prevention through planning, communication and defined safety activities for everyone involved. Caterpillar has developed a workshop specifically for executives, project leaders / managers, engineers and business development managers who want to optimize results by minimizing risk at all phases of the project.
Join this event to preview the workshop material, meet the presenter and decide if your team could benefit from an interactive discussion about how to drive safety engagement and accountability in business development, field mobilization, operations evaluation and turnover.
Join CME Group's Shan Islam and Metal Bulletin's Charlotte Radford, as they discuss the Metal Bulletin-based Alumina FOB Australia futures contract, launching for the first time on-exchange on September 26.
Learn about this new, more direct contract , providing a transparent solution for hedging price risk.
- Recent trends in the alumina market and the challenges facing market players
- How Metal Bulletin calculates its benchmark alumina price
- Key contract features and useful applications
- How the new futures complement CME Group's existing aluminium risk-management toolset
- Insights the market can gain from the new contract
Learn how to access the potential ROI of 3D printing and justify the cost of a machine with profit gains from 3D printing manufacturing aids. Increasing the number of manufacturing tools like jigs, fixtures, organizational aids, improves efficiency, capacity, unit cost and responsiveness. Using additive manufacturing (3D printing) to produce these tools makes them more accessible and quicker to implement.
Manufacturing relies on aids and tools, including jigs, fixtures, templates and gauges to maintain quality and production efficiency. By using FDM 3D Printing technology to produce jigs and fixtures, the traditional fabrication process is substantially simplified; tool-making becomes less expensive and time consuming. As a result, manufacturers realize immediate improvements in productivity, efficiency and quality.
California’s Building Code, Title 24, sets high standards for energy savings and is quickly reshaping the lighting industry as we know it. By 2030, all new non-residential construction will require zero net energy. Additionally, Title 24 compliance may be required in existing non-residential buildings in the event of certain lighting alterations.
See how Coca-Cola is using intelligent lighting to meet their sustainability goals by 2020. Learn more about how Digital Lumens’ intelligent LED lighting and smart building applications can transform your business at www.digitallumens.com
With next-generation analytics and operational insight, LightRules® software from Digital Lumens improves productivity, safety, and energy costs for industrial and commercial businesses around the world. Learn more about how Digital Lumens’ intelligent LED lighting and smart building applications can transform your business at www.digitallumens.com
A robot’s end of arm tool (EOAT) is selected based on the operation it will perform and is specific to the part or tool that it manipulates. Robot users often need customized solutions to engage uniquely shaped objects but this is typically a costly and time-consuming approach.
In this webinar you’ll see how FDM technology offers a number of benefits over traditional methods of making EOATs.
Once you recognize fatigue as an inevitable force of nature, the next step is measuring its impact on your employees so you can mitigate and manage the risk. There are 5 Essential Questions of Fatigue Risk Management to consider when developing or improving your defenses against this unavoidable threat. This presentation will focus on the question of quality and quantity of sleep. Using fatigue evaluation tools to “see” employee sleep data gives you the power to optimize schedules, deliver education and training and reinforce all the layers of fatigue risk protection around your workforce.
•Consider how your organization would answer the 5 Essential Questions of Fatigue Risk Management
•Review the data sets, tools and systems available for sleep assessment and fatigue management
•Understand how fatigue assessment fits within a robust Fatigue Risk Management System
This webinar will give you an overview of simulation history and terminology as well as explain use of simulation in personnel training and in ramp-up optimization. We will also introduce how simulators can be used for process control and what are the future opportunities in use of simulation.
Join Dr. Christine Grant as she explores professional development strategies in careers ranging from academic to corporate, and provides a new approach to setting priorities and managing the activities and initiatives you’re passionate about.
Whether you want to forge ahead in your chosen field or find ways to better integrate work with the rest of your life, this webinar is for you. Women in STEM, and particularly in engineering, have unique options in a wide range of professions, but often must confront challenges from within and without.
Rano Burkanova, Head of Talent Development, Elsevier will also offer a brief overview of Elsevier’s commitment to fostering diversity and inclusion in the workplace to advance the efforts of women.
Learn how to implement 3D printing to increase student engagement across K-12 curriculum. Presenter Ryan Erickson, a Minnesota Maker Space coordinator, outlines 3D printing lessons applicable to daily student life. The webinar focuses on one simple question, “How do we apply 3D printing to K-12 education?” The process doesn’t start with expensive machines and complex software applications. Students are introduced to the technology from the bottom up. Simple IOS apps such as MakerBot PrintShop, scan student drawings for immediate upload to CAD for 3D printing. Applying 3D printing to classrooms goes beyond engineering in STEM learning – it redefines creativity entirely. Students can model historical monuments into tangible figures to understand sentiment and context; model sonic waves into visible artifacts; build geometric figures to understand volume and surface area, and map proteins and atoms into connectable models. 3D printing engages students to think creatively, it allows them to craft and build with imagination. For teachers, this technology maximizes the opportunity for impactful learning environments.