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  1. 1. Danny Blaskivich 128 Joshua Ave Ancaster, Ontario, L9K 1R1 Canada Home: 905-304-1820 Cell: 905-536-1820 Email: dblaskivich@cogeco.ca Program Management, Facilities/Operations Support, Supplier Development, Continuous Improvement and Tooling Engineer Many significant tooling project management achievements in different manufacturing environments. Broad ranging experience covering many press sizes (up to 2500 ton, fine blanking, progressive, Hot Stamp and transfer), manufacturing methods, surface finishes and materials. Adept at working with internal and external contacts as well as all levels of operational management and production floor personnel from both practical and administrative standpoints in a variety of manufacturing regions around the world. Areas of Expertise • 20+ yrs of Project Management – facilities/operations support and analysis, tooling builds and processes - progressive, transfer, Hot Stamp and fine blanking • Design Review for manufacturability – wide range of steel types/thicknesses, progressive, transfer, Hot Stamp and fine blanking • Analysis/Troubleshoot of process and manufacturing systems, • Stamping Supplier/Tool Shop assessments and recommendations • Trouble shooting – problem solving, tooling and process commissioning issues • Strategic Planning, Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threat analysis • Team Leadership Team Analysis and Team Training • Facility operation reviews/analysis • Total Quality planning for end product results • Experienced in APQP, PPAP, FMEA, TS16949, Wide range of computer software including MS Project, MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint
  2. 2. Professional Experience and Significant Achievements Project/Tooling Coordinator Thunder Tool & Manufacturing 2014 - 2015 Responsible for all aspects of new tooling projects for both Canadian and United States operations with a range of tonnage to 1200 tons, Progressive and Transfer Tooling. Review of Customer specifications, GD&T as well as technical discussions with Customer and Suppliers. Project Management and visiting Tool Suppliers in support of Project timelines. Maintaining updates on budget and technical project progress, internally and externally to Customers. Design of internal reporting systems to support the conversion to a paperless office. Maintenance of APQP documentation from award to production PPAP buyoff. Tooling/Continuous Improvement Specialist, Corporate Office 2012 - 2013 Martinrea International Inc. Analysis of Plant issues in various U.S. locations concerning Continuous Improvement of Primary 1500 ton Transfer Press Line, Progressive Tools, Hot Stamp Cells and Welded Assembly Operations. Develop Tools for Plant Specific Analysis with recommended target changes and priorities. Analysis of Support Department Capabilities with recommendations for technical and personnel changes. The design of generic and specific training materials for Plant Training as a result of the various analysis results. Review and Monitor activities concerning Primary Transfer Press Line, Progressive Tool Line, Hot Stamp Cells and Welded Assembly to identify standardization and procedure opportunities. Specific Review and Monitoring of activities concerning Hot Stamp Cells to Target unique CI activities to this area. Program Manager, Attached to World Wide Engineering Platform 2010 – 2011 UTIL, Captial Tool & Design Project Planning and Monitoring of international inter-company moves of fine blanking equipment and/or production (Canada, Mexico, China and Italy). OEE evaluation and reporting all departments and equipment with recommendations on parameter changes to achieve OEE improvement targets with priorities for fine blanking and conventional stamping. Continuous Improvement reviews and implantation planning to achieve shortest path results for fine blanking and conventional departments. OEM and Aftermarket production monitoring to support trend identification and opportunities to support production demands and maintenance requirements with overall goal to move to predictive support and maintenance. Design reviews of new tool construction for both fine blanking and conventional tools. Analysis of all production areas in support of future production OEE goals and new product line directions driving capital purchases, additional personnel requirements and training needs. Analysis and identification of workforce technical competencies to map and prioritize training requirements.
  3. 3. N.A. Stamping Supplier Quality Assurance Eng./Tooling Eng. 2001 – 2010 Faurecia Automotive Seating N.A. Solely responsible for all Stamping Supplier tooling design approvals for North American production, conventional and fine blanking. Technical reviews for manufacturability internally and with all potential Suppliers to reach a technical agreement to proceed with process concept approvals and final die design approvals. Project Management of all tool builds to maintain scheduled targets. Review of schedule issues and their solutions. Financial audit of all North American tooling projects to insure Supplier accountability of Program Purchase Orders. Liaise with European/Chinese divisions on world wide programs to insure process and capability compliance with North American Suppliers. The organization of a central Tooling database for all tooling CAD designs and tool biographies in order to evaluate certain aspects of Supplier or Tooling performance. The author of Faurecia’s North American Supplier Tooling guidelines, to attain commonality of tool construction, regardless of regional differences. • Member of review team in world wide sourcing decisions for North American Supplier tooling, conventional/fine blank • Member of review team to evaluate and approve new world wide stamping and tooling suppliers/facilities for release to North America quoting and manufacturing activities • On site response to design/build issues and their solutions, all Supplier stamped products for North America • On site response to quality issues and their solutions, all Supplier stamped products for North America • Project Management reporting of project status – developed predictive schedule reporting able to track any number of con-current programs, reporting overall program/project status or individual tool status • Review and challenge proposed process, die designs and check fixture proposals from Suppliers prior to build approvals, conventional and fine blanking • Conducted all Supplier tooling financial audits for all North American tooling programs Project Engineer 1999 – 2001 Ventratech The organization of tooling programs to insure schedule and quality performance. The review and approvals of part requirements, process proposal, die designs with tool Supplier. Project management of all outside tool construction. Review of tool supplier trials to approve preliminary quality and transfer of tooling to home production press (progressive and transfer to 1800 tons). Assist in the PPAP review in the production home press, supporting any trouble shooting issues. Day to day production tooling issues in support of production as well as tool modifications directed by Customer. • Installation troubleshooting of new transfer system on a new press • Production improvements in stamping, rivet assembly and welding • Quality improvements in all stamped parts • Improved productivity in all stamping operations Program Tooling Analyst 1995 - 1999 J.I.Case Project Management the build of stamping dies and weld fixtures from outside Suppliers to program schedule. Monitor tooling trials. Review of quality inspection layouts and recommend tooling changes to improve quality concerns.
  4. 4. • On time on budget program completion of new product launch of tillage equipment • VA/VE activities to reduce manufacturing cost, timing and total part number count Toolroom Manager/Designer 1994 -1995 Tomco Steel The conversion and expansion of a tool maintenance area into a tool manufacturing shop. Design and manufacture all tooling in-house for production line. Standardize tool components to improve downtime, changeovers and quality. • Reduced inventory of spares • Organized tooling components to improve utilization of change over items for cross referencing • Communization of tool designs for product range Mould Maker 1993 - 1994 Promold Corporation Manufacture of moulds with improved quality and timing. The instruction of apprentices to improve their performance in all skill set areas. • Construction of Fox-40 whistle moulds Mould Maker 1992 - 1993 Wentworth Mold and Die The manufacture of multi-set blow moulds for the bottle industry. Improved through put with organization of materials and machine set-up. Developed team approach skills to manufacturing issues to maintain productivity targets. • Projects on time and on budget with team approach construction Mould Maker 1990 - 1992 Plastics Plus Manufacturing of military components. • Machining to military specifications Toolmaker (Carbide tools) 1989 - 1990 Elmet Parts High precision, high volume production of motor laminations using high precision carbide tools. • Grinding of delicate small diameter carbide punches Toolmaker 1986 - 1989 J.I.Case Exposure to a large variety of manufacturing methods and practices in a production line setting. Development of trouble shooting skills in design and manufacturing of stamping tools and weld fixtures.
  5. 5. • Design and build stamping tools for volume production • In process stamping trouble shooting • In process welding trouble shooting Student-Tool & Die Craftsman 1983 - 1986 Mohawk College Served an internship that required demonstrated proficiencies on all metal working machines and design fundamentals of stamping tools. • Diploma, Graduated top 5 in class Vibration Analyst 1981 - 1983 Corvib Certified vibration analyst of rotating equipment. • Certification Tool & Fixture Maker Class ‘A’ 1979 - 1981 Rockwell International – Collins Aviation Prototype construction of radio/structure components for the AH-64 Attack Helicopter (pre-production award) and the Columbia Space Shuttle (Atmospheric Test Flights). Repair to exposed flight surfaces of military and civilian aircraft. • One of two experts in construction of AH-64 Attack Helicopter production radio/structures Mould Shop Manager 1977 - 1979 D.H. Buck Construction of moulds for the automotive aftermarket in the manufacturing of RIM (Reactionary Injection Moulding) components. • Organized mould construction builds to be on schedule with eliminated overtime Mould Maker/Part Manufacturing 1977 AquaSpa Pool Equipment Learned basic moulding concepts, basic construction concepts. • Learned the basics of mould construction Instrumentation Shop Technician (student), Basic Oxygen Furnace 1976 Stelco Introduction to steel making process. • Repaired, replaced monitoring equipment in the steel making process
  6. 6. Professional Status Certificate - Balancing Machine Mechanic, George Brown College, 1982 Tool & Die Maker (Diploma), Certificate of Qualification, Province of Ontario Jan 1987 Professional Development Design for Manufacture, Munro & Associates Inc., 1994 Lean Manufacturing Certificate, Ford Motor Company, 1998 Value Analysis/Value Engineering, Livonia Technical Services, 1999 Advanced Product Quality Planning, Failure Mode Effect Analysis & Control Plan Certificate, Goldstar Management Consulting Group, 2000 Failure Mode and Effects Analysis Certificate, Productivity Improvement Center, 2001 Value Analysis/Value Engineering Seminar with Suppliers, Faurecia, 2002 Stamping Estimating Certificate, Forming Technologies Inc., 2003 Program Management System, Faurecia, 2003 Purchasing Reference Module, Faurecia University, 2005 Faurecia Excellence System, Faurecia University, 2006 • Health/Safety Excellence • Quality System Excellence • Production System Efficiency • Employee Empowerment • Supplier Partnership • Leadership Suppliers Manufacturing Diagnosis, Faurecia University, 2007 New process research as regular duties for Faurecia Tooling Engineer Trade Shows/Internet searches Subscribed to monthly industry specific journals and magazines Personal Marital Status: Married, 3 adult children Restoration of Vintage Lotus sports car – 1968 Lotus Elan +2 Restoration of Vintage Porsche sports car – 1974 Porsche 914 Motor cycle touring – 2007 BMW R1200RT Formula Car Racing – Formula One/World Sports Cars Volunteer – Moto Safety Team, Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer; benefitting Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
  7. 7. Professional Status Certificate - Balancing Machine Mechanic, George Brown College, 1982 Tool & Die Maker (Diploma), Certificate of Qualification, Province of Ontario Jan 1987 Professional Development Design for Manufacture, Munro & Associates Inc., 1994 Lean Manufacturing Certificate, Ford Motor Company, 1998 Value Analysis/Value Engineering, Livonia Technical Services, 1999 Advanced Product Quality Planning, Failure Mode Effect Analysis & Control Plan Certificate, Goldstar Management Consulting Group, 2000 Failure Mode and Effects Analysis Certificate, Productivity Improvement Center, 2001 Value Analysis/Value Engineering Seminar with Suppliers, Faurecia, 2002 Stamping Estimating Certificate, Forming Technologies Inc., 2003 Program Management System, Faurecia, 2003 Purchasing Reference Module, Faurecia University, 2005 Faurecia Excellence System, Faurecia University, 2006 • Health/Safety Excellence • Quality System Excellence • Production System Efficiency • Employee Empowerment • Supplier Partnership • Leadership Suppliers Manufacturing Diagnosis, Faurecia University, 2007 New process research as regular duties for Faurecia Tooling Engineer Trade Shows/Internet searches Subscribed to monthly industry specific journals and magazines Personal Marital Status: Married, 3 adult children Restoration of Vintage Lotus sports car – 1968 Lotus Elan +2 Restoration of Vintage Porsche sports car – 1974 Porsche 914 Motor cycle touring – 2007 BMW R1200RT Formula Car Racing – Formula One/World Sports Cars Volunteer – Moto Safety Team, Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer; benefitting Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

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