H&S safety precautions

Published:  23 March, 2016

Bridgewood UK utilises a range of vacuum forming, polyurethane reinforcement and composite moulding processes and says it has been trying to find a safe and simple method to remove unwanted material from both product and employee’s clothing for years, but has consistently experienced issues with compressed air solutions.

Following an internet search by the company, ACI’s JetBlack cleaning station was discovered and a demonstration was organised. Richard Clynes, MD of Bridgewood said, “Bridgewood have an expectation and commitment to safe working”, and as a result of the successful trial and this attitude towards employee safety, the company placed a purchase order for eleven JetBlacks Cleaning Stations.”

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