OMIC Academy

OMIC Academy

Master Class Schedule Designed for Manufacturing Engineers, Operator Leads, Managers, NC Programmers and students in Manufacturing, our OMIC Academy classes are offered free to Members first, and then any additional spots are available to others. Thursday March 19, 2020 | 9:00am to 3:00pm MATERIAL REMOVAL RATES (MRR) & RELATED PROCESS…

PCQI Training – FSPCA Preventive Controls for Human Food Course

This 2 & ½ day course is based on the curriculum developed by the Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance (FSPCA) & is taught by Lead Instructors trained by the FSPCA in how to teach the FDA-recognized curriculum. View full course details or register for tickets…

PNVA Produce Safety Rule Grower Training

The Pacific Northwest Vegetable Association, in partnership with Impact Washington, Washington State Department of Agriculture, Washington State University, and Conover Insurance are offering a Produce Safety Alliance Grower Training course on Tuesday, November 13th, 2018 in Kennewick, WA. This one-day class fulfills the FSMA Produce Safety Rule requirement for Produce…

Manufacturing Certified Production Technician Training

About The Course The nationwide MSSC System (www.msscusa.org), based upon industry-defined and federally-endorsed national standards, is the gold standard for front-line industrial training. Covering four key competency areas: Safety, Quality Practices & Measurement, Production Processes and Maintenance Awareness. What You’ll Learn This eight-week training is a blend of classroom instruction,…

The Number One Challenge for Oregon Employers

Recently the Oregon Talent Council (OTC) released their latest report on the manufacturing workforce landscape in our state. OMEP is proud to partner with the Oregon Talent council on several initiatives, including our Smart Talent program. Over the past two years the OTC has sought out the opinions and…

Curiosity and Trust: A Manufacturing Leadership Guide

“Results driven.”  This is how you might have described a boss that I once had.  I was a fairly new manager at the time, and had just been promoted to run a department that was struggling with both delivery and quality.  My boss was definitely results driven, which on its…

Reducing Chemical Hazards: The First Move

Why is this training important? It is crucial to make informed decisions when choosing chemicals in products, processes and supply chains. Though it seems like an obvious step, identifying and knowing the potential hazards of chemicals is often overlooked or perceived as too complicated or costly to address. Yet companies…

Workforce as Competitive Advantage Workshop

We all know that finding skilled workers is a challenge. Once you find them, ramp-up times for new employees are costly. Your workforce challenges don’t have to be such a financial burden. Join our hands-on workshop to learn how to get a scalable training infrastructure that boosts new hire ramp-up…

CabDoor Learning Tour

Due to limited space this event is only open to manufacturers and OMEP sponsors. Thank you for understanding. Cabdoor is a custom cabinet door manufacturer supplying the small to medium cabinet maker. They have achieved a profitable and streamlined operation by implementing lean throughout the manufacturing floor and in…

6 Telltale Signs Your Manufacturing Company is a Learning Organization

There has been a lot of talk recently about creating and maintaining a ‘learning culture’ in manufacturing. You may have asked yourself, ‘are we a learning organization?’ and then scratched your head, wondering what a ‘learning organization’ actually looks like… What is a learning organization? The concept of a learning…