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Sustainable Development in Pakistani Industry
October 29, 2015
 
Workshop on Sustainable Development of Pakistani Industry is organized by School of Textile and Design of (UMT), in collaboration with BFZ dated on October 29, 2015 at University of Management and Technology. One day workshop was comprised of 4 sessions in which trainings were given by trainers to the students of STD on energy management, developing business for energy efficiency, resource efficiency and resource efficient chemical handling. Mr. Andreas Dohle Director I.D.O Brazil expert on training of consultants and trainer visits workshop where Dean STD Dr. Mumtaz Hasan Malik welcomed him and following team members of BFZ.
•Miss Bilquis Yasmeen: Master Black Belt Lean Six Sigma •Mr. Hammad Shams: QMS and Lean Sigma Specialist •Mr. Sajid Lakhan: Lead Auditor Energy Management System (ISO 50001) •Mr. Ebad Ur Rehman: Environment and Energy Specialist •Mr. M. Farooq: Lead Auditor Energy Management System (ISO 50001) •Mr. M. Usman Ghani: Energy Efficiency and Solar Energy Expert •Mr. Kashif Iqbal Butt: Business Excellence, OHS and Productivity Specialist •Mr. Sajid Mahmood: Black Belt Six Sigma, Lean Manufacturing Specialist •Mr. Sajid Mehmood: Supply Chain and Lean Manufacturing Specialist
 
 
 
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