Businesses need to function at least five days per week. Castings are found all over a standard workplace setting, allowing tasks to be completed.
A statistical method identified by NIOSH and discussed in AFS’ “Air Contaminants in Metalcasting, Evaluation and Exposure Control” provides a valuable tool in evaluating compliance data and generating actionable interpretation of it.
The decision to use humans as inspectors needs to be deliberate, and employers should plan for their capabilities, capacities and limitations.
Even foundries who do not consider themselves aerospace should be aware that Nadcap is developing a casting accreditation program.
The Generation After Millennials
The Millennial generation has been discussed ad nauseam in articles, books, conferences and even simply daily conversations. It’s the up and coming generation that is making waves in marketing, consumer goods, and hiring/recruitment. Except they are not “up and coming” any more.
Casting an Eye Toward Chinese Manufacturing Ambitions
As many readers are aware, the Chinese government has been planning and implementing changes to increase its manufacturing influence around the globe.
Preserving the Precious Gift of Sight
Mark, a conscientious supervisor, was called to a machine line in the fall of 2017. Something was causing an improper surface finish on the parts being cut. Peering into the machine, he noted a clogged cooling line. Using a small tool, he tried to free the line.
Innovative Training for Industry Innovation
CastExpo 2019 is April 27-30 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, and it’s shaping up to be a great edition of the CastExpo equipment show. Of interest to attendees will be a unique way they can demonstrate support for employee training that enables industry innovation. It’s simple.