There are several things you can do to prevent accidents in your manufacturing facility. Continue reading to learn more.
1. Carry out spot-checks to ensure that welding equipment is being used in a safe manner
If used carelessly, welding equipment can cause accidents that can lead to those involved sustaining major, life-changing injuries. As such, if like many other manufacturers, you use welding equipment in your facility, it is vital to ensure that your employees are operating it in a safe manner.
If you are a store owner, you will know how important it is to make your storefront stand out from the crowd. One of the first things that a prospective customer will see when they walk past your store is the store sign that you have hanging above the outside of your store. Of course, the design of the sign is very important, but so is ensuring that your store sign stands the test of time.
Running a restaurant is hard work, and it's even harder when your kitchen isn't designed to be safe and effective.
If your kitchen is poorly thought-out, you could fall foul of health and safety regulations and put staff and customers at risk. Luckily, it's not hard to get the basics right.
Keep reading for details on four key features of a safe commercial kitchen. If you don't currently have these boxes checked, it's time to make a change.
In manufacturing, the efficiency of processes is driven by the ability of the manufacturer to produce similar parts in bulk. Mass production often requires specific parts to be reproduced accurately and in an efficient manner.
Injection moulding is a valuable manufacturing technique that provides a framework for parts to be reproduced in large quantities. This means that once the initial setup costs are catered for, the cost of producing multiple parts in succession is quite affordable.
In an ideal world, every material that you need to work with would be in pristine condition and you would be able to pick it up and get straight on with your job, but that isn't the way things work in the real world. If you have spent much time in industry, you have probably have to work with metals that are contaminated in various ways, perhaps with dirt, rust or even grease.