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No 1: The Shape of Things to Come
Focussing on practical ways for manufacturers to discover the things that people will value in the future. Take-aways will include simple techniques to get insight into unmet needs and spot new opportunities that give manufacturers a solid foundation for new product development.
Alistair Williamson, Lucid Innovation
 
09:50, 27-Sep-2017
No 2: Best Practice & World Class Manufacturing
Becoming a world class company ensures you stand out from your competition, are innovative and produce the best product in terms of design, cost, performance, quality and delivery. We will share with you the key activities that make the UK's best companies so successful.
Ailsa Kaye, Managing Director, Onsite Insights - the UK's National Visit Programme
 
10:50, 27-Sep-2017
No 3: CE Marking 2017 and Beyond
Overview of the major changes that will affect all manufacturers in 2017 and beyond. How do companies keep abreast of change and demonstrate compliance? Learn how to remove the fear and ignorance and how to comply at minimum cost.
Mike Foster, MD, The CE Marking Association
 
12:00, 27-Sep-2017
No 4: An Introduction to 3D Print and the exciting benefits it brings to manufacturers
Case study examples of the limitless applications that are being discovered for this new technology across all manufacturing sectors and the new opportunities it could open for you.
Rob Pitts, Tri-Tech 3D
 
13:10, 27-Sep-2017
No 5: How to get more from your business through implementing Lean
Lean thinking drives efficiency into both manufacturing and service businesses alike. Through case study examples, we will identify some of the methods, tools and concepts to successfully introduce Lean and the pitfalls to watch out for.
Tim Scurlock, Director, Automotive Lean Consulting
 
14:10, 27-Sep-2017
No 6: Implications of the GDPR and Data Protection for HR
We will help you understand your obligations from an HR perspective and how they apply in day-to-day practice and procedure. We will also focus on how to plan and prepare for change in order to meet new standards of demonstrable compliance under the GDPR.
  • How does the GDPR compare to the current Data Protection Act? What are the key differences for HR professionals and where is action required?
  • Does HR have a complete overview of its data flows and processes? What is the legal basis for its processing activities and have they been documented?
  • What are the new rights for individuals in relation to their personal data? How should subject access requests be handled within shorter timescales?
  • Who will be responsible for data protection compliance and is it necessary to formally designate a Data Protection Officer (DPO)?
  • Are cross-border transfers of personal data affected by the GDPR?
  • Have technological measures been taken by IT to provide for new requirements of ‘data protection by design’?
  • Do data protection privacy notices, policies and consents need to be reviewed and updated?

Adele Shortman, EEF, the manufacturers’ organisation
 
15:10, 27-Sep-2017
No 7: Best Practice & World Class Manufacturing
Becoming a world class company ensures you stand out from your competition, are innovative and produce the best product in terms of design, cost, performance, quality and delivery. We will share with you the key activities that make the UK's best companies so successful.
Ailsa Kaye, Managing Director, Onsite Insights - the UK's National Visit Programme
 
09:45, 28-Sep-2017
No 8: An Introduction to 3D Print and the exciting benefits it brings to manufacturers
Case study examples of the limitless applications that are being discovered for this new technology across all manufacturing sectors and the new opportunities it could open for you.
Rob Pitts, Tri-Tech 3D
 
10:50, 28-Sep-2017
No 9: How to get more from your business through implementing Lean
Lean thinking drives efficiency into both manufacturing and service businesses alike. Through case study examples, we will identify some of the methods, tools and concepts to successfully introduce Lean and the pitfalls to watch out for.
Tim Scurlock, Director, Automotive Lean Consulting
 
12:00, 28-Sep-2017
No 10: CE Marking 2017 and Beyond
Overview of the major changes that will affect all manufacturers in 2017 and beyond. How do companies keep abreast of change and demonstrate compliance? Learn how to remove the fear and ignorance and how to comply at minimum cost.
Mike Foster, MD, The CE Marking Association
 
13:00, 28-Sep-2017
No 11: Connect your future to The Internet of Things
Alistair of Lucid will discuss how connected networks of objects including electronics offer opportunities to collect, exchange and exploit the value of data in more efficient and sustainable ways. Learn simple techniques to check whether the Internet of Things really adds value to the people that matter and receive guides to the right choice of technology for your company.
Alistair Williamson, Lucid Innovation
 
14:00, 28-Sep-2017
No 12: Implications of the GDPR and Data Protection for HR
We will help you understand your obligations from an HR perspective and how they apply in day-to-day practice and procedure. We will also focus on how to plan and prepare for change in order to meet new standards of demonstrable compliance under the GDPR.
  • How does the GDPR compare to the current Data Protection Act? What are the key differences for HR professionals and where is action required?
  • Does HR have a complete overview of its data flows and processes? What is the legal basis for its processing activities and have they been documented?
  • What are the new rights for individuals in relation to their personal data? How should subject access requests be handled within shorter timescales?
  • Who will be responsible for data protection compliance and is it necessary to formally designate a Data Protection Officer (DPO)?
  • Are cross-border transfers of personal data affected by the GDPR?
  • Have technological measures been taken by IT to provide for new requirements of ‘data protection by design’?
  • Do data protection privacy notices, policies and consents need to be reviewed and updated?

Adele Shortman, EEF, the manufacturers’ organisation
 
15:00, 28-Sep-2017

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