The IIE have been certiifying a Lean Yellow Belt course for Rigney Dolphin since 2015. Pictured below is a group of 28 graduates from Rigney Dolphin along with the Company Directors, Management Team and Aidan Walsh from WIT. The IIE Lean Yellow Belt Certificates were presented by the Director of Education and Learning at the IIE, Victoria Wilmott.
The Industrial Engineer is concerned with the development, improvement, implementation and evaluation of integrated systems of people, money, knowledge, information, equipment, energy, material and process. In lean manufacturing systems, Industrial Engineers work to eliminate waste of time, money, materials, energy, and other resources.
Established in 1955, the IIE is the professional and qualifying body for those involved in Industrial Engineering.
The Institute has affiliations and co-operation agreements with like-minded organisations in other countries. To enhance the benefits to members the Institute became a chapter of the American Institute while maintaining its status as an independent national body. The Institute is a founding member of the World Confederation of Productivity Sciences. The Institute is recognised by Government, Unions and Education Organisations in Ireland. The Government has granted the Institute the right to make a nomination to the Industry and Commerce Panel of the Irish Senate and is often consulted for its input to Government industry white papers.
It’s with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of Dermot McCarthy a long time member of the institute after a short illness. Dermot or Diarmuid has been a member for over 40 years. He has served the institute at both branch and National Council level holding many different positions including National Chairman. Dermot’s internment will take place on Wednesday 5th April after 2 pm mass in Beal na Morrive Church to St. John’s Cemetery, Coachford.
Diarmuid is survived by his wife Anne, daughters Nuala, Annemarie and son Cal, grandchildren J.J, Jamie and Sean, brother Cal, sisters Eileen and Ita, sons-in-law John Murray and John Tuthill. We offer our hearth felt condolences in this sad time.
The institute has lost one of its stalwarts
Diarmuid, Slán go Fóill a chara.
Ar dheas Dé go raibh a anam.
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