Developed by the Health and Safety Executive in partnership with Butterworths Tolley, hsedirect is an online health and safety information resource. It allows instant access for those requiring health and safety legislation and guidance. With varied subscription options, hsedirect is ideal for health and safety professionals, managers, trainers, consultants and union representatives - in fact, anyone with an interest in health and safety.
MTA is the national organisation representing companies that are involved in the UK machine tool and manufacturing technology sector.Our members benefit from a range of services designed to help member companies to sell their products, both in the UK and globally which, in turn, helps manufacturing industry in this country remain competitive. MTA also encourages international trade in machine tools and manufacturing technology.The MTA also organises MACH - the International Exhibition of Machine Tools & Manufacturing Technology is held at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham every two years. The exhibition is the most important event for the UK manufacturing technology sector and is supported by major UK and European Industry organisations, giving it authority and recognition, both nationally and overseas.
The Confederation of British Metalforming is the UK's leading trade association for manufacturers of fasteners, forgings, pressings, rolled sections, spinnings and sheet metal fabrications.
CBM was created in September 1999 when the British Metalforming Trades Association voted to become a Special Interest Group of the Confederation of British Forgers, which then became the Confederation of British Metalforming, reflecting the wider scope of its membership. The Cold Rolled Sections Association joined the Confederation on 1 July 2000.
The Confederation, now based at the exciting new National Metalforming Centre in the West Midlands, (just 150 yards from the M5 Junction 1) has four Sector Groups representing:
The Institute of Sheet Metal Engineering aims to foster and advance the science of working and using sheet metal. Through a varied programme of lectures, forums and works visits the Institute keeps members up to date on developments in manufacturing methods, machinery and processes, automation, health and safety requirements; as well as providing opportunities for the exchange of information, ideas, trends and developments in the industry. Industry news, reports and technical articles are published quarterly in the Institute's newsletter 'ORACLE'.Through its links with Universities the Institute aims to encourage closer co-operation between industry and research establishments. To further the development of sheet metal working skills the Institute arranges an annual sheet metal Craft Awards Competition.The Institute also provides assistance to members in obtaining professional services and products.
Bill PinfoldHonorary SecretaryInstitute of Sheet Metal EngineeringPO Box 5493WolverhamptonWV6 6EU
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The Electronic Centre of Trade for UK Engineering. This e-gateway has been developed for the use of both employers and employees in the engineering industry. The main aim of engineering.co.uk is to provide the community with an essential set of tools to help make the most of the Internet and further the success of engineering businesses.
A publication specifically for Design Engineers with access to all the latest news from the engineering Industry and in particular from the MMMA.
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