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november, 2016

15nov - 16nov 159:00 amnov 16IMPROVING ORGANISATIONAL PERFORMANCE THROUGH MATERIAL COST SAVING (MCS)

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Event Details

RATIONALE

Material Cost Saving (MCS), developed in Germany in the late 1990s and adopted widely
in Japan, focuses on tracing waste, emission and non-value added products. It helps to boost an organisation’s economic and environmental performance. It is one of the major tools of Environmental Management Accounting (EMA). EMA is a set of procedures used within business organisations for linking environmental considerations with economics objectives. Today, organisations cannot ignore the environmental aspects of their activities. Consequently, they seek management tools to link concern for the environment with economic considerations. MCS is a management tool that promotes efficient use of materials more effectively and contributing to reduction in waste, emission, and non-value added products. MCS increases the transparency of material flow, which is the key to successful problem-solving and improvement. By solving problems, organisations can improve their productivity and reduce cost at the same time. This is in line with the Green Productivity (GP) concept which is being implemented in organisations and factories

OBJECTIVES

At the end of the programme, participants should be able to:

  • Understand the concept of Material Cost Saving (MCS) in Green Productivity (GP)
  • Acquire knowledge on how to apply the MCS approach in their workplace
  • Learn more on methods to reduce both environmental impact and costs based on the MCS Concept

CONTENTS

DAY 1

• A Quick Introduction on Green Productivity (GP)
• Overview of Material Cost Saving (MCS)
• 7 Steps in Implementing MCS

DAY 2

• Case Studies on MCS Application
• Overview of ISO 14051
• Green

PARTICIPANTS

• Chief Executive Officer
• Director
• General Manager
• Environment Health & Safety
• Finance & Operation
• Sales or QA Manager
• Production or QA Engineer

FEE

RM 1060/PERSON for 2 days

rm 848 (MPc P7I Associate member)

Time

15 (Tuesday) 9:00 am - 16 (Wednesday) 5:00 pm

Location

Kota Kinabalu

Organizer

Edward Bintyedward@mpc.gov.my

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