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Routsis offering troubleshooting series

By: Frank Antosiewicz

April 16, 2012

ORLANDO, FLA. (April 16, 1:20 p.m. ET) — Routsis Training has introduced a detailed, hands-on training series online that focuses on scientific troubleshooting. The package is designed to enable employees to solve and prevent processing problems.

“This series is specifically designed to provide your employees with a scientific approach to correctly isolating a problem and finding a solution to fix it for good,” said Andy Routsis, president of Routsis Training, in a news release.

The four-course series starts with the fundamentals and details the scientific approach to scientific molding. It covers the importance of documentation, isolating and identifying the problem, returning the process to the approved standard, and currently documenting and utilizing process outputs.

The company is also offering its RightStart Program, which is an implementation process that gives employers the ability to tailor the skills of their employees to specific needs. This program starts with an on-site visit to create and implement the program, which is trackable and compatible with existing computers.

Routsis Training is based in Dracut, Mass., and has provided training in the plastic industry for 30 years.