Arkansas Manufacturing Solutions offers a wide range of training classes and events throughout the year. These events provide the quality training, manufacturing information, and previews of new programs available.
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The Arkansas and Oklahoma IAFP chapters are excited to announce that during the joint 2017 conference we will have sessions and speakers to cover the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). The Oklahoma IAFP chapter will join the Arkansas IAFP Chapter for a joint Conference Sept 19-21 in Springdale, Arkansas. Speakers will come from backgrounds at the Grocery Manufacturer’s Association, Regulatory, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Dole Foods, Food Industry Counsel LLC, Transplace, Arc Best, Lifeline Foods, and Oklahoma State University. There were just…Find out more »
AC induction motors drive approximately 90% of all pumps. An ever-growing portion of pump systems are now managed by variable speed control such as variable frequency drive, eddy current drive mag drive or fluid drive. As the pump, motor, and driver operate as components of the same system, understanding how they react individually and to the other can have a significant impact on your plant’s bottom line. This one-day workshop on Pumps, Motors, and Drives will discuss how the pump,…Find out more »
Strategic Planning provides a framework for decision-making and culture building. It equips organizations to deal effectively with change. It helps connect employees to the overall direction of the business and gives a clear understanding of how their efforts support it. Through this training you will learn how to apply the strategic planning model to help develop the vision for your organization and connect the work of your team members to support that vision. Objective of the Training The objective…Find out more »
Virtually every industrial sector and commercial building in the U.S. uses induction motors, operating from fractional horsepower to over 10,000 horsepower. As a result of their power consumption, electric motor-driven systems in industrial settings represent approximately 29% of global and 69% of industrial electricity consumption. In the U.S. alone, energy costs to operate electric motors are estimated at $362 billion per year. This one-day workshop on Motor Systems Management will discuss the total life cycle cost factors of an induction…Find out more »
This course uses the curriculum developed by the FSPCA and is the “standardized curriculum” recognized by FDA; completing this course is one way to meet the requirements for a “preventive controls qualified individual”Find out more »
While cybersecurity is a concern among all businesses, the majority of all targeted cyberattacks in the past year were directed at small and mid-sized businesses. According to a study by cybersecurity company Kaspersky Lab, the average cost of a cybersecurity breach on an affected small business was an average of $38,000 in 2015. In addition, 60% of small businesses which suffered a cyberattack went out of business within six months. Manufacturing Solutions, a department of the Arkansas Economic Development Commission’s…Find out more »