Best Practice Report: Paramedics and Paramedic Training
This report outlines the best practices research undertaken by in paramedic training. The best practices have been compiled under seven main headings. This layout is designed to enable you to scan subjects that are of interest to you and your organisation, quickly assess their importance, and download relevant information for further study or to share with your colleagues.

Featured Events


Final call for entries: 6th International Best Practice Competition & 2nd Organisation-wide Innovation Award


The International Best Practice Competition encourages organizations to share their best operational and managerial practices, processes, systems, and initiatives and learn from the experience of others. It provides an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of individuals and teams that have been responsible for creating and/or managing the introduction and deployment of best practices.

To submit your Best Practice please download an entry form.
The final call for entries closes on 9th of November 2018. Last year there were 65 entries with 28 qualifying to the Competition Event.

The 6th International Best Practice Competition will be held in Abu Dhabi, UAE, 10-12 December 2018 as part of the Global Organisational Excellence Congress courtesy of the Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce & Industry.

In addition, to the International Best Practice Competition (IBPC) organisations are encouraged to apply for IBPC’s 2nd Organisation-Wide Innovation Award. This award recognises organisations that have embraced best practice learning and combined this learning with their own ideas and creativity to become highly innovative. The award recognises organisations that excel in inculcating an innovation culture throughout all facets of their operation from the leadership to employees and covering all stakeholders leading to innovative processes, products and services. To submit your entry pleasedownload an entry form.

Final call for entries: 6th Global Benchmarking Awards


The Global Benchmarking Network (GBN) launched the Global Benchmarking Award in 2012 to recognise those organisations that had integrated benchmarking into their organisation’s strategy and processes in order to continuously learn and innovate. To submit your entry pleasedownload an entry form.
The final call for entries closes on 9th of November 2018. The 6th Global Benchmarking Award will be held in will be held in Abu Dhabi, UAE, 10-12 December 2018 as part of the Global Organisational Excellence Congress courtesy of the Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce & Industry.

Add the Congress to your calendar


Latest News

  • What you can learn from a Baldrige award-winning credit union …. read more?
  • Paper reveals how Baldrige helped a small business in a short time…. read more?
  • Baldrige award-winning university breaks ground (again) with benchmarking project…. read more
  • The Baldrige Framework is Borderless!…. read more


Application of the Baldrige criteria in a university
The University of Wisconsin–Stout in the USA applied the Baldrige Criteria in a variety of areas that benefited the organisation, including as mechanism to integrate suggestions and feedback from all sectors within the organisation, and facilitate communication and professional development. One such example was the university’s continual assessment of courses and academic programmes as well as the non-academic units that supported the university, such as financial aid and university housing. Recently, Feedback from those involved in submitting reports assessing those areas indicated that reports could be streamlined and done more frequently as well as better integrated into existing processes. University administrators reflected on this information and integrated the feedback about the deployment of those assessment reports into the university’s processes, which helped internal stakeholders feel heard and valued.

Do you know that in there are more than 900 expert opinions about improvement tools ? And increasing…


Rapid Benchmarking using TRADE Best Practice Methodology
To address production issues of yeast and mould at its Wynyard plant, Fonterra, a NZ manufacturer of dairy products, used rapid TRADE Best Practice Methodology (TRADE) benchmarking. Another Fonterra plant was selected as a benchmarking partner and a project team was established Through detailed process mapping and physical walk-throughs differences in plant configuration were identified. Questioning the process owners (operators) further helped to understand the reasons for mould and yeast production. The control philosophy adopted at both the plants was compared to identify points of variation. Eighty eight actions were identified and prioritised based on impact, ease of implementation and timeframe for implementation. The project helped to reduce mould spores entering the building by 35% (on average) and 66% of critical contamination areas were eliminated or minimised. The running conditions of the plant were optimised to ensure a smoother start-up. Other achievements included an 83% reduction in yeast and mould downgraded product and risk reduction of AUD$500k per year.

BPIR Tip of the Month – Best practice case studies


Did you know that a free best practice report is published on the BPIR every month? To see how to access these reports watch this clip.

Over 80 Best Practice Reports, provide case studies and innovative ideas that will help you stay up-to-date concerning the latest international business trends and practices.


Receive Our Newsletter

Keep informed on best practice research and business improvement events from around
the globe - be the first to read our Best Practice Reports

Posted by: -
Author: -
Source : -
BPIR Category : -
Latest News Categories: BPIR’s Best Practice News