WFF seeks out better equipped staff in better equipped factories as it meets at Bellagio
Using technology and training to keep staff safe and productive was at the heart of the meeting this month (15 June) of members of the Worktop Fabricators Federation (WFF).
Representatives of companies as far afield as Glasgow, Worthing and Cardiff swelled a capacity audience at Bellagio Stone’s Leamington Spa headquarters, where the meeting was held.
The day saw Caesarstone launch its Master Of Stone on-line training and safety programme; the Department for Education introduce the government’s new T-Levels scheme for school-leavers; Stonegate and LPE go head-to-head on the merits of laser templating in the showroom and brand new sponsor Stone Industry Group (SiG) sample real-time dust levels as members walked through Bellagio’s impressive production line.
“It was a really great day,” said WFF director Simon Souter. “Plenty to think about, plenty to talk about and plenty of opportunities to touch base with fellow fabricators and suppliers – which is really what the WFF is all about.”
Further details about the WFF and future meetings from Chris Pateman: [email protected].
See the new WFF website at www.worktopfabricators.org.