Work Study for Garments Industry

“Work Study for Garments Industry” is a training workshop organized in Karachi by ASI/URS Pakistan. The goal is to allow organizations to lower their operating costs and increase profits while reducing production time.

The course will be taught by a well known and renowned Sri Lankan Industrial Textile Engineering Consultant. The course contents are:

  1. Efficiency, performance, and productivity
  2. Time Study and cycle controls
  3. Work Measurement Exercises
  4. Analysis of process requirements
  5. Preparation of a flow process chart
  6. Motion economy and ergonomic principles
  7. Line balancing and management game
  8. Identification & development of possible improvements
  9. Implementation of the new methods
  10. Estimating potential savings

Target trainees are sewing supervisors, middle managers, high potential line leaders and industrial engineering department personnel. For all of you who are in the garment industry or have links to the garment industry and think that your organizations would reap benefit and be interested in this workshop, do contact Texpert Awais Iqbal.

Author: Abid Omar

Abid Omar founded Quack! Online in August 2003 as a forum where TIP students, alumni, faculty and management could be heard.

8 thoughts on “Work Study for Garments Industry”

  1. now i am working as a work-study manager in S.M group Ltd. in Bangladesh. i want know what have any new work-study techonics or tool. please

  2. This is an important thing that now a days people are trying to understand work syudy that releted with the garments industry. As a Bangladeshi, it seems to that we need to workout on this because most of the garment worker are not much educated so that it is really too tough to implement all the method of work study in our garment sector

  3. This is an important thing that now a days people are trying to understand work syudy that releted with the garments industry. As a Bangladeshi, it seems to that we need to workout on this because most of the garment worker are not much educated so that it is really too tough to implement all the method of work study in our garment sector

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