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How Scheduling software Overcomes the Problems of Staff


Individuals anticipate their staff scheduling applications today to include more software abilities using the elegance of engineering. Appointment scheduler software isn’t any exception. With how organizations diverse organizations, and healthcare methods…

(l-r) Matthew Snelson (Grainger & Worrall), Christopher Greenough (Salop Design & Engineering), Grah
£3m manufacturing training centre launched in Shropshire

Russ Cockburn

Detailed plans for a new state-of-the-art training hub in Shropshire were unveiled for the first time yesterday, with the aim of supporting ‘2020 learners by 2020’. More than 100 local businesses…

PC Jami Blythe, EDF Energy’s Andrew Lister and a representative from Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue
EDF Energy Promotes Road Safety Week

EDF Energy

A Sunderland customer service centre is promoting road safety to its 1,600 employees through a week of activity as part of National Road Safety Week. EDF Energy, based on Doxford International…

EDF Energy employees Lisa Sidney and Susie Neaber-Nessworthy
EDF Energy and Breast Cancer Now Charity Partnership

EDF Energy

One of Wearside’s largest employers has announced its new charity partner and raised over £2,000 at its first fundraising day. Generous Sunderland customer services employees hosted bake sales, raffles, sweepstakes and…

A completed project in Llanelli, South Wales. 
Leeds’ Adept Consulting Engineers fuels up Asda following major contract win

Nick Hill

Leeds-based Adept Consulting Engineers has started work to provide civil and structural engineering services on eight new Asda filling station. As part of the work, Adept is responsible for designing both…

(l-r) Chris Bell, Rhys Burley, Andy Whittaker (Engineering & Quality Director), Rhys Burley, Josh Ya
Manufacturer creates 40 jobs after sales boost

Russ Cockburn

A leading Staffordshire fabrication specialist has cast aside uncertainty following the Brexit vote to secure more than £1.5m of new orders in just six months. Mec Com, which is part of…

Dr Alan Ryder
RSK Group lands £10m BGF boost to support ADAS acquisition

Jamie Hardesty

Cheshire-headquartered environmental consultancy RSK Group has received a £10m funding boost from the Business Growth Fund (BGF) The capital is supporting the group’s acquisition of agricultural and environmental consultancy ADAS and its…

Staff, Industry partners and students attended the special demonstration and safety event.
Groundbreaking technique is protecting workers

Paul Dobbie

A North East developer is championing an excavation technique that reduces risks to workers and prevents underground pipes and cables from disruption. So impressed was Galliford Try Partnerships North East with…

Fenwick Smith, Tutum Director
Tutum acquisition saves specialist safety product

Jamie Hardesty

Tutum Group, a Newcastle-based investor in product development companies, has acquired engineering business Preforma and its Formarail brand, a precision engineered patented guardrail system. Breathing new life into the Formarail brand…

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Trapped data prevents organisations understanding manufacturing operations


Legacy approaches to managing manufacturing data are constraining manufacturers’ ability to apply inventive thinking and innovation to their overall manufacturing processes. Deploying new data collection practices and modern analytics upon…

Francesca Brandford-Adams
Budding CRA Graduate Nominated for Prestigious Award


Graduate Risk Consultant Francesca Brandford-Adams has been shortlisted for Science Graduate of the Year by the National Skills Academy for Nuclear (NSAN). Nominated by her employers – leading risk management consultancy…

Impress Group team members at this year’s Durham Oktoberfest
‘Impressed’ and pledging to return in 2017

Felicity Collinson

AN engineering firm is forging ahead with plans to convert a clutch of valuable business leads it gained at this year’s Durham Oktoberfest. Impress Group, based at Blaydon, exhibited for the…