The factory trained engineer has just completed a service & health check on our CNC machines.
Machine capability must be maintained to ensure quality products.
The Good Work : Good Health Charter is about working together to ensure that work doesn’t impact on health and that health doesn’t impact on work.
Kim Fishwick was our project leader who received the certificate of accreditation from Active@Work representatives.
We are the ninth company in the Greater Manchester region to receive this accreditation.
Smith Bullough have recently participated in the Wigan Council Supported Employment scheme.
Stuart is 24 years old and has Down’s Syndrome. Diane Wood, Employment Training Advisor, says: ‘Work Experience is very useful in helping Stuart to develop work-related skills and will benefit his future employment prospects’.
The staff at Smith Bullough enjoy working with Stuart and the company has benefited from the work that he has undertaken in the warehouse.
Some of you will know that we have been working with the Manufacturing Advisory Service (MAS) on Lean Manufacturing Process. In conjunction with our MAS advisor Ian Wilson, we have set up Continuous Improvement cells within the company.
KPIs are measured taking in Health & Safety, Quality, Cost and Delivery performance. All employees are involved and regular review meetings are held.
Tim Garton visited the Offshore Europe 2009 Exhibition held in Aberdeen.
This international exhibition is a showcase for the Oil and Gas industries and was host to over 1400 exhibitors and 50000 visitors over 4 days.
Contact was made with some of our customers in this sector, and some interesting new prospects who are interested in our special bolt manufacturing capability.