Food and beverage producers can now benefit from additional knowledge and skills to help them ensure regulatory compliance and also to maximise productivity with the training programme.
Designed for machine operatives and quality managers using the manufacturer’s checkweighing, metal detection, x-ray and vision inspection systems, the new modular courses provide structured, standardised practical and theoretical guidance in operating the technologies and using them to meet both employee safety and food quality standards.
At the same time, it will also provide the skills to minimise maintenance and changeover downtime to enhance line efficiency.
Jana Meier, marketing team leader product inspection & head of marketing checkweighing, Mettler-Toledo, said food producers in both Europe and Asia continue to try to boost exports, making it important for them to ensure their manufacturing processes comply with all of the food safety regulations in place in their target markets.
“At the same time though, with the price of raw materials and labour increasing worldwide, food producers are looking to cut costs by enhancing line efficiency. Our new user training programme is designed to help producers achieve these two objectives by giving their machine operatives and quality managers the skills to ensure their product inspection systems offer optimum performance, boosting quality control with minimum downtime.”
The user training modules are tailored to three different target groups: operations, quality and maintenance.
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