Our primary focus is on the processes used and the environments in which Manufacturing and industrial employees work as well as the furnishings and equipment available for public use of and access to these facilities.
Externally, the modern production facility bears little relationship to its product nor to the specific manufacturing processes involved. With industrialization of the world economy has come a standard for industrial facilities design - to meet the needs of changing market trends and to fit the requirements of standardized building products.
But, on the inside, manufacturing facilities design takes a utilitarian approach to work place design in that function - efficiency, safety and ergonomics - plays a significantly more important role than aesthetics.
This collection of resources offers a perspective of the manufacturing and industrial work place and provides links to products, services and information necessary to develop and maintain an efficient and safe working environment.
|Overview of Manufacturing and Industrial Resources|
|How to List Your Company or Organization in the Manufacturing and Industrial Resources Index|
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