Apr 8th, 2009 by
According to Raytheon’s corporate website, RPSC’s ten-year mission has been a success, as defined by performance statistics from seven years ago, as well as these little jewels:
The joint Raytheon/NSF Six Sigma team achieved project improvements in four main areas:
- Creating a health-and-safety-conscious culture. This endeavor included training to improve the “safety culture” on the ice and the implementation of occupational medicine and diagnostic training modules for medical staff.
- People value stream. This effort involved improvements in the recruitment, selection and retention of high-quality employees.
Perhaps most noteworthy is the enhanced relationship that developed between the NSF and Raytheon.
[8 April] New and Improved! 30% More!!!
From the McMurdo Area Directorate’s “Guiding Principles”:
Develop trust and loyalty through open and honest communication.
The diversity of our organization offers tremendous learning opportunities. It is vital we take maximum advantage of all experiences and perspectives.
Both individually and corporately, every person is a valued asset.
Preserve our assets. We are responsible for each other. It is our duty to prevent accidents, manage risks, and preserve resources.