Promoting Top-Down Safety Using Lean Six Sigma at Celestica

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From Celestica Inc. , an electronics manufacturing services company headquartered in Toronto, Canada, top-down security continues to remain at the forefront of its 1,800 employees. "Our biggest challenge is continuous improvement, we are always looking for better ways to work and keep our employees in good hands," exclaimed Gian Detta Colli, Director of Human Resources. the development of the daily safety program Kaizen the company's health and safety program has helped to increase by 30% the commitment of employees around the submission for the process improvement ideas from 2015 to 2016. [DMAIC and Visual Management processes were improved, posters were created and the overall membership of employees allowed Celestica to maintain the long-term effectiveness of the program.

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