Maintaining stringent ISO 13485 standards is something we at NPI/Medical are laser focused on. In addition, fostering a culture of quality internally at NPI/Medical is viewed as an all-encompassing approach. Examples of achieving this culture include continuous employee training, optimizing processes, equipment upgrades, and implementing aggressive productivity measures throughout our facility.
One employee, Austin Giardino, has exemplified what it means to be a shining member of our Quality Assurance/ Process Engineering team through his recent accomplishments of becoming an ASQ-Certified Quality Technician and a Green Belt.
Our Quality Assurance/Process Engineering team has also made significant gains this year by adding three Green Belts (Giardino, Ryan Dulko and Kevin Black), one Six Sigma Black Belt (Luis Rojas) and one Lean Certification (Rob Fondry). In addition, Jason Roman successfully completed his GD&T training while John Bioski completed his Whittman-Battenfeld iPro Master courses in injection molding.
“NPI/Medical has an environment of promoting and fostering education,” Giordano said. “Our company challenges itself to not accept the average. The ongoing investment in continuous development and training is a win for our entire team at NPI/Medical, for which I am extremely thankful.”
Under the direction of Paul Nieves, NPI’s QA/Process Engineering Manager, the team can be proud of their accomplishments to support growth and development. These recent employee training endeavors speak to NPI/Medical’s commitment for continuous improvement and a consistent focus on delivering excellence to achieve superior customer satisfaction.