WMU Course Introduces High Schoolers to Metalcasting
Show at a Glance • Keynote Speakers • AFS Individual Awards • Casting Designers & Buyers Track • Cast in North America Exhibitors • Program • Exhibitors • Casting Technology Showcase
Visits from regulators can be stressful, but it’s important to be prepared and stay calm during inspections.
Copper-base scrap provides about one-third of the copper consumed in the U.S. each year, and changes to material being recycled could have a significant affect on the scrap stream.
Industry Stewardship Meets Workforce Development
If you happened to be in Milwaukee in February for the AFS Wisconsin Regional, or in Savannah, Georgia, for the AFS Southeast Regional, you know they were informative, well-attended events, executed by committed volunteers, and supported by forward-thinking sponsors.
Energy Savings: It’s Time to Act, It’s Time to Report
How many case studies are needed to light a fire under a managerial team so they take on energy saving as a serious and profitable activity? One? Two? Ten?
Would more case studies convince you it’s worth the time to take on one more task? Here’s a few for your consideration:
Machine Guarding: Last Defense Against Injuries
OSHA’s Top Ten Most Cited Violations for 2017 were released a few months ago, and again machine guarding was on the list, in eighth place with 1,933 violations. Remember, those are only the violations OSHA’s 2,100 inspectors found and cited.
AFS Joins 150 Associations in Letter to Congress Urging Bipartisan Infrastructure Investment Package
Infrastructure bills are taking shape on Capitol Hill and could be headed for a vote this summer, which makes participation in this year’s AFS Fly-In in June as important as ever.