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HSE Chair, Judith Hackitt CBE to give keynote at WM Factory Health & Maintenance Conference

Taking place on 5 June at the Heritage Motor Centre, Gaydon, WM's Factory Health & Maintenance Conference 2014 will tackle the safe implementation of factory maintenance tasks head-on and help you stay on the right side of the law and identify and deploy maintenance best practice in your factory.

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Atlas Copco compressor helps packaging line go green

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Schaeffler UK announces training course programme

Schaeffler UK has released its new technical training course programme for 2014. Courses offered include one, two and three-day training for managers, engineers and technicians involved in the selection, operation and maintenance of rolling bearings, as well as condition monitoring, vibration analysis, bearing failure analysis and mounting of rolling bearings.

Compressor network controller can cut energy use by 10%, says Atlas Copco

Atlas Copco's new central controller can be connected to up to 16 compressors to retrieve and process information. The result, says the company, is a reliable and efficient network which could cut energy use by, on average, 10%.