Dark Matter busts the dust!

Dark Matter Composites recently held its second Composite Dust Seminars in support of Composites UK’s Health and Safety Management System.

The company says the events are the first industry specific health and safety seminars to address problems with glass/carbon fibre dust in the workplace.

The seminars included presentations, demonstrations and independent advice with delegates receiving detailed copies of the presentations addressing the issues.

It was also a good opportunity for Composites industry personnel to get together to share advice and address queries and it was a pleasure to meet everyone who attended.

Dark Matter has also released its full 2017 course schedule. The 2016 schedule proved to be very popular for delegates attending back to back courses, especially overseas delegates flying into the UK.

Finally, the company will be exhibiting at the Composite Engineering 2016 show (stand N172).




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