Workers in the metalworking industry face a number of health and safety hazards due to metalworking fluids. Here, our experts break down some of the most common risks associated with these substances, review HSE guidance on how to store them safely, and offer some best practices for keeping your working environment as safe as possible.
The UK’s Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has launched a new campaign to improve control and handling of metalworking fluids. Here, the technical experts at Broughton Lubricants explain the new legal requirements and best practices companies should follow to keep workers safe.
Rust and corrosion are two of the most common problems encountered by the metal manufacturing industry. The damage caused by corrosion can affect not only finished products but machine tools, representing a much more expensive problem to address.
Whether you need engine oil for a vehicle or fleet, metalworking fluids for your manufacturing process or any other type of lubricant, there are several considerations you should make regarding handling and storing lubricants in a workplace.
If you own a vehicle, either as an individual or a business, changing its oil regularly is an essential part of routine maintenance.