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first_imgInnovative ideas from workers at Mini’s Oxford plant have saved its ownerBMW £10.5m over the past two years. Every worker at the Cowley plant in Oxford is asked for three ideas a yearby management, with production stopped for 90 minutes every month to reviewsubmitted suggestions. Around 11,000 ideas of the 14,333 submitted have been taken forward bymanagement. They ranged from turning off unused lights to more complexengineering solutions. Nicola Scott, head of change management, said the principle behind thescheme was demonstrating to staff that everyone at the plant could make acontribution to the business. “Our ‘Working in Groups’ scheme allows employees to discuss everythingfrom production problems to ergonomics and their working environment,” sheexplained. “Those ideas are then captured on a database, and it is the responsibility of the individual or the teamwho submitted the original idea to follow it through and press for itsimplementation.” Tony Heiss, the plant’s managing director, said: “We have moved awayfrom a strongly directive management style to a much more autonomous teamworking approach. “This places the achievement of plant improvement targets directly intothe hands of our employees, and it has made a real difference,” he added. The plant produced 174,000 Minis last year, up from 160,000 the year before. Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos. Bright ideas from Mini staff saves BMW £10.5mOn 2 Mar 2004 in Personnel Todaylast_img read more

first_imgVestas wins turbine contract for Senegal’s first utility-scale wind farm FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Renewable Energy Magazine:Vestas is providing a customised solution for the 159 MW Parc Eolien Taiba N’Diaye, Senegal’s first large utility-scale wind energy project and the largest wind project in West Africa. The wind farm will expand the country’s generation capacity by 15 percent, support the development of affordable renewable energy and diversify Senegal’s energy mix as well as provide positive social and economic impact for the nearby communities. The project is in advanced stage of development, ready for construction. Turbine delivery, as well as commissioning are planned to be accomplished in three phases: deliveries between the second and the third quarters of 2019, whilst commissioning between the third quarter of 2019 and the first quarter of 2020.The engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract was signed with Parc Eolien Taiba N’Diaye, a company majority-owned by Lekela, an experienced renewable energy company that has developed 1.3 GW of wind and solar projects across Africa, and partly-owned by French developer Sarreole that has been part of the project from its beginning.The order includes the supply, transport, installation and commissioning of 46 V126-3.45 MW turbines, as well as an Active Output Management 5000 (AOM 5000) service agreement for the operation and maintenance of the wind park over the next 20 years.Senegal’s energy mix currently depends mainly on costly imported fossil fuels. However, Senegal will be able to utilise renewable energy to generate clean, reliable and competitively-priced energy to meet the demand of a rapidly expanding local grid.Chris Ford, chief operating officer at Lekela, added that, as the first utility-scale wind power project in the country, Taiba N’Diaye forms a critical component of Senegal’s clean energy strategy that will create an impact that lasts for generations.More: Vestas enters new market with 159 MW EPC order for the first large utility-scale wind project in Senegallast_img read more

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisGovernor Gretchen Whitmer has made a proclamation that will help cancer patients in Michigan. The governor declared April 18–24 cleaning for a reason week so people with the disease can get help at home.Tara Stone, owner of Your Girl Friday LLC received the proclamation from Governor Whitimer, and is already springing into action.“We just received a proclamation from the mayor of Alpena as well as the governor of Michigan declaring April 18th through the 24th national cleaning for a reason week.”Stone says, for her, acknowledgement of this week hits close to home.“Six years ago my aging parents were having issues in their own health, you know, trying to help them with things in and around the house. Two years ago I started my business and it’s grown really well and we partnered with cleaning for a reason and I feel it’s very important. We do have family that has survived cancer and I know what its like, you know, seeing them go through cancer treatments and stuff like that. ”If you or a loved one needs services, Stone says don’t hesitate to reach out. You can visit her Facebook page, Your Girl Friday LLC, or visit cleaningforareason.org.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: Cancer, Cleaning, cleaning for a reason, Tara, Tara StoneContinue ReadingPrevious Alpena native performing two nights of music this weekendNext Alpena Post weekly calls for servicelast_img read more