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When the north wind doth blow, we shall…close all the windows to keep the cold out!
Make sure you have the essential fume extraction needed for a healthy safe classroom.
6-8 February 2018; FIVE, Farnborough, UK.
Every now and then, it’s good for any business to reflect. Not out of a sense of self-congratulation but to assess how key decisions, taken sometimes years before, have played out
Find out more about how BOFA can help your organisation control airborne health risks and improve productivity through proven local exhaust ventilation technology.
John Twigg shares his experiences of selling BOFA around the globe.
Dust particles and fumes are the enemy of process-based operations.
BOFA invest in young talent through apprenticeships.
Prevention is better than cure. Book your LEV service now.
BOFA International’s MD Tony Lockwood and Technical Manager John Horsey, attended the launch of ‘EMADA’.
As industrial health protection strategies go, face masks come a long way down the hierarchy of actions employers should take to keep their people safe from airborne contaminants.
BOFA staff help at a multi-functional centre for children with special needs and their families.
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Innovation is the heartbeat of BOFA’s global success.
Company compliance checklist for LEV systems.
BOFA's Technical Manager John Horsey on the perils of particulate with laser and 3D printing processes.
LEV company compliance for dust and fume extraction.
BOFA has quality built in to every fume and dust extraction system
"Quality is a process not an event,"says Alan.
"In some organisations, the quality manager is seen as being responsible for quality, but at BOFA there’s growing recognition that it is the responsibility of everyone…and that’s when quality becomes a way of working, not a target."
"I think it’s more accurate to describe the QMS as a Business Management System because it covers every area of activity, from production management, product development and customer services through to HR, financial controls and training,"says Alan.
"It is by working collaboratively with our customers and suppliers, by developing staff competencies and by fostering creativity, empowerment and accountability that we can meet the very high quality standards that we set ourselves for our products and services."
"Ultimately, quality is measured by our customers’ experience and the satisfaction of our stakeholders. By listening to customers, we can learn from them to ensure that our product innovation not only gives them what they need but also perhaps some new functionality that they weren’t expecting but which adds significant value to them. At BOFA, when it comes to quality, we never say ‘job done’ – it’s a journey not a destination."
We’ll be in Munich, 26-29 June in Hall A3 Stand 348.
BOFA present Weymouth College with fume extraction systems
"As a UK manufacturer, we’re very proud of our heritage and committed to nurturing future talent for industry, as demonstrated by our own apprenticeship programme,"said Tony Lockwood, Managing Director.
"So we are delighted to mark our 30th year of operation by supporting Weymouth College and the next generation of local engineers through the donation of fume extraction equipment designed and made in Dorset."
"Our mechatronics module will equip students and apprentices with specialist multi-disciplinary competences in considerable demand in industry. The donation from BOFA is particularly pleasing, given the company’s world leadership in this field."