Many manufacturing plants have struggled to stabilize production and ship product amid the COVID-19 outbreak. Going forward, manufacturers are looking for new tactics and strategies to continue production today and be better insulated from disruptions in the future. Join Adam Montoya, Vice President of Industrial Solutions at Bright Machines, as he discusses best practices for manufacturing in the COVID Era.
What you’ll learn:
- Policies for testing, distancing, and sanitizing can be used as effective control measures
- Risks associated with business travel and factory visitors can be reduced
- Use of some automated assembly steps can help in complying with new OSHA guidelines