Why? Because as a nation, we need something to happen, right now.
We need engineers to pull together, innovate as allies and to build networks closer to home
Ultimately, what we need are collaborating engineers – ‘Collaborationeers’ if you will, sharing networks, disciplines and advice.
Case study film on A&M piloting a manufacturing software system developed byTotal Control Pro.
A&M’s Senior Quality Manager, Kevin Powell is interviewed about why A&M needed to invest in data driven visibility for production and profitability.
We have completed a Risk Assessment for the safe working of our factories in response to Government guidelines for operating factories during COVID 19.
Staff have been given the appropriate equipment and detailed guidance to operate safely by undertaking the following:
1. Disinfecting communal areas - PCs, CNC machines, Doors etc
2. Adherence to social distancing
3. Regular hand washing, hygiene & PPE
4. One Way systems & barriers
5. Eating & drinking
6. Waste disposal
Following an extensive audit in February 2020, we are delighted to announce that we passed.
A&M EDM’s Environmental Management System has been re-certified by BSI until June 2023.
Following an audit process, A&M’s NADCAP Nonconventional Machining Certificate has been renewed until October 2021.
Nadcap (National Aerospace and Defence Contractors Accreditation Program) is an industry-managed approach to conformity assessment of 'special processes' that brings together technical experts from prime contractors, suppliers and representatives from government to work together and establish requirements for approval of suppliers using a standardized approach.
HMG Midlands uses A&M as an example of safe working practices and social distancing to keep manufacturing production in operation.
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