Operation Clean Sweep® (OCS) is an EU approved international programme aimed at improving awareness, promoting best practices and providing guidance and tools to support companies from the plastic and polymers value chain in the implementation of the necessary pellet loss prevention measures.
The initiative’s aim is to ensure that the plastic pellets, flakes and powders that pass through manufacturing facilities in Ireland are handled with the care they deserve and do not end up in our rivers or seas.
By signing up to OCS, companies make a commitment to adhere to best practice and implement systems to prevent plastic pellet loss — and that they will play their part in protecting the aquatic environment.
Led by Polymer Technology Ireland, this webinar will give participants an overview of the requirements of OCS and a practical guide to implementing the necessary steps to become a signatory of the initiative.
For more on OCS, visit https://www.opcleansweep.eu/.
Participants will gain an understanding of:
- Overview of Operation Clean Sweep (OCS)
- Internal site audit & useful tools
- Practical implementation of the OCS
- Legislative responsibility of OCS
- Questions, Answers & Conclusions
Who is this course for
This webinar is suitable for professionals at any level with an interest in, or those responsible for, improving Environmental, Social, and Corporate governance (ESG) within their manufacturing facility and company operations.
This training is open to Irish companies and employees only.
Peter Cracknell has over 40 years experience in the Plastics Industry. Initially he served his time as an injection mould toolmaker (Metal Box), production engineer (Metal Box), senior production engineer (BOC), senior lecturer (LSPT), academic leader in polymer engineering (LSPT), Consulting engineer.
Expertise: Injection moulded part design, mould tool design, plastic materials, processing trouble shooting, experienced lecturer (30 years), BETC assessor for NVQ in Polymer Engineering, expert witness (30 years experience).
Qualifications: HNC Mechanical & Prod Eng, GradPRI – ALSPT First Class hons. C&G Risk Assessment, BTEC NVQ Assessor.