Hunter Plastics on training trail

Hunter plastics are ensuring top-level customer service by extending the company NVQ training program to staff across their entire manufacturing operation.

The aim of the training program in Business Improvement Techniques, say the company, is to encourage “company culture to focus on the benefits of continuous improvement, ensuring a safer, more organised workplace.”

The course will include training in eliminating waste, reducing defects and improved organisation and Hunter’s head of manufacturing Conrad Thrower believes it will encourage staff to “become personally involved” with the business.

“This training doesn’t focus narrowly in the job each person is doing, it opens up opportunities for improvement and growth – both for them and the business.”

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