Kaizen’s quality management workshop

Kaizen’s quality management workshop

Kaizen Management W.L.L. in association with Japan Cooperation Centre for the Middle East will hold a workshop between March 16 and 17 on Total Quality Management in the Health Sector using Kaizen’s 5S approach. 

The workshop will be held under the patronage of  Supreme Council for Health president Lieutenant General Dr.  Shaikh Mohammed bin Abdullah Al Khalifa who will inaugurate the workshop at 8:30am at Diplomat
Hotel.

Mizuho Shiina Director & Senior Consultant: World Business Associates Co., Ltd. and expert of JICA (Japan International Cooperation Agency) will participate.

Dima, Kaizen’s Executive Public Relation Manager said: “Hosting of such prestigious event about total quality management in the Healthcare Sector in Bahrain reflects the country’s leadership keenness to improve standard of care given to the public as the workshop will showcase how to apply Kaizen 5S approach to eradicate medical accidents, improve patient satisfaction, raise awareness of medical staff towards quality management, and improve management of resources.”

For inquiry and or registration contact Dima on 33155502 or email to dima@kaizne.com.bz 





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