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The Safety and Health of all employees should be every company’s number 1 priority. Organizations should strive to ensure that every employee has a safe and healthy work environment. However, in these uncertain times achieving the right balance between healthy lives and a healthy/safe work environment has never been so challenging for leaders. At Milliken, we have learned how to lead differently. We’ve learned you must build trust between employees and management so that health and safety becomes something we can all own and improve together, sustainably. Building stronger EHS processes together teaches us the importance of care and collaboration and gives us the confidence to understand and manage our risks. This approach brings health and safety improvements AND financial performance benefits. In this webinar, we will review the 9 Principle’s that lead to this result driven sustainable process.
A multibillion-dollar consumer foods manufacturer produces dozens of well-known brands, ranging from soups and snacks to pasta and pizzas. With operations in more than a dozen countries, the organization serves markets in more than 100 countries. PSbyM initially engaged with the company at four of its U.S. plants.
We wrote this guide to help you understand how an account-centric approach to digital marketing will address the new realities of B2B buying and selling. In this new whitepaper, you will learn: How and why your buyers have changed, About engaging key accounts digitally, What kind of use cases work best, How to get budget and plan a pilot & How to prove marketing ROI.
Compressed air safety is a concern for all. Compressed air is commonly referred to as the “fourth utility” because it is very common as a resource within manufacturing, mining and processing environments. Employees or contractors in every industrial company or setting are exposed to compressed air’s effects regularly and it should be handled with responsibility and care. The primary dangers from compressed air come from high pressure and noise exposure. Personnel being exposed to compressed air which exits an open line or non-safety nozzle at a higher pressure than 30 PSI risk the air entering the bloodstream and causing air embolism, a serious health risk. Improper use of compressed air commonly exceeds OSHA’s noise exposure standards and causes noise induced hearing loss (NIHL). The CDC reports NIHL is one of the most common occupational diseases and the second most self-reported occupational illness or injury. And because compressed air can be loud and result in hearing loss when it is used through poor nozzles, open tubes and pipe, or home-made blowoffs, their noise exposure standard is important. Limiting pressure and noise is effectively done by using products which are purposefully designed to meet these strict OSHA safety standards.
EXAIR's White Paper "Understanding Compressed Air Safety and Savings" is designed to help readers learn more about compressed air, how to be sure you are OSHA compliant and how EXAIR’s Intelligent Compressed Air products can help.
CNC machining is a powerful tool for generating custom parts using subtractive manufacturing. This guide outlines CNC machining, its basics, some pros and cons, and the top commercial CNC machining processes and materials used today.
Extremely fast, compact, robust and secure: The TBEN-L managed Ethernet switch combines these features, thus enabling the creation of decentralized Ethernet connections directly at the machine. With two GBit high-speed backbone ports, the switch offers enough bandwidth for a high-performance data flow of the eight standard ports (100 MBit/s). Supported by the fastest
linkup times and cut-through forwarding, the switch ensures high cycle rates even in tool changing applications. In many applications it therefore saves wiring effort and supports modular machine concepts without the need for a control cabinet.