On the afternoon of July 21, the first project of the 2017 Shunde District Workers Vocational Skills Competition (fire fighting skills competition) kicked off in the Henderson factory area. A total of 14 teams from various departments and workshops of Henderson Group participated in the competition. Each team will send three men, two women, and five contestants to perform operations such as fire extinguishers, fire hydrant operations, and smoke masks. Those who complete the project in the shortest time will win. Under the order of a whistle, the contestants of each team cooperated with each other to put out the fire with a fire extinguisher, quickly opened the smoke mask and put on it, threw the hose, connected the fire hydrant, and buckled the water gun, all in one go. After several rounds of intense competitions, one first prize, two second prizes, and three third prizes were finally decided.
On the morning of August 8, the employees were full of expectation and ushered in the 2017 Shunde District Staff Vocational Skills Competition "Welding Master" and "Valve Assembly" competition.
The first is the welding expert competition, followed by the valve assembly competition. One is superior skill and patience, and the other is to compete with each other on the ability of teamwork.
At the scene of the competition, as the host's voice fell, the welding experts began a race against time. As the saying goes: One minute on stage, ten years of work off stage. One of the participants in the competition was an old employee who had been in welding for more than 20 years. With her wealth of welding experience, she quickly completed five welding products. Absolute advantage, won the first place in this welding expert. In the subsequent valve assembly competition, quality, efficiency, on-site management, resilience, teamwork, etc. were all criteria for competition scoring. After two hours of competition, the assembly line 4 won the championship.
This skill competition reflects the vocational skills competition of the Shunde District Federation of Trade Unions and the group company’s emphasis on improving the overall quality of the workforce, creating a benign competitive atmosphere of “comparison, learning, catching up, helping, and surpassing”, and further motivate the majority of employees to base themselves on their jobs The enthusiasm to learn technology, practice skills and compare skills on the job creates a platform and creates conditions for frontline employees to learn skills, exchange technology, and demonstrate skills. The employees participating in the event said that through the competition, they found deficiencies in their work and areas to be improved in technology, and will actively improve to ensure zero defects in the products delivered to customers.