Keeping Your Factory Employees Safe
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Keeping Your Factory Employees Safe

After dealing with a non-profitable year in business, I sat down with my accounting team to see what the problem was. The results were surprising. They explained to me that the biggest expenses that year had nothing to do with product inventory or building upgrades. Instead, they explained to me that we were losing a lot of money taking care of workplace accidents. I realized that we needed to keep our factory employees safe, so we started evaluating our manufacturing and processing procedures. We uncovered a lot of deficiencies, and we took steps to make things right. This blog is all about protecting your workers.

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Keeping Your Factory Employees Safe

  • Three Kinds Of Can Seaming And Why They Are Important

    10 March 2016

    Can seamers hold a very important job in canning factories. Regardless of what the cans are used for, if the seams on these cans are not sealed properly, the contents of the cans could leak or spoil. When you conduct an end-of-the-line assembly inspection on the cans and canned goods in your processing plant, you want to check and recheck the following three kinds of can seaming to make absolutely sure you are shipping out quality products that are shelf-stable until the date stamped on the can.

  • Expelling Notions About Metal Fabrication

    1 March 2016

    Sheet metal can be remarkably useful for a number of major and minor projects. Unfortunately, crafting sheet metal into usable items can be impossible for those that lack the right equipment or training. Fortunately, it is possible to hire professionals that can craft sheet metal into almost any shape. However, it is common for individuals to be inexperienced with using these services, which can cause them to put faith in misconceptions.