The Manufacturing Institute and Lancaster University Management School are joining forces to offer a Masters level apprenticeship that is aimed at manufacturing leaders. The new level seven programme will be open to employees from large businesses under the Apprenticeship Levy and SME employees. Neil Ralph (pictured), director of degree apprenticeships ...
When it comes to machine safety, failure to adhere to regulations can be an expensive business, but compliance need not be such an onerous task, as Mark Venables explains
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Heather Gallagher, Competence & Development Specialist at Atlas Copco UK & Ireland
Most suppliers of any product or service would like to describe their relationships with their customers as ‘partnerships’ but in reality, to most customers they are still regarded simply as the ‘supplier’.
Jon Marchant, global category manager at Dr Martens, explains why style and comfort have to be considered along with safety in today's protective footwear
Ivan Zytynski of Safety Shower People Ltd looks at the importance of - but also the taboos surrounding - the use of safety showers in manufacturing
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