This week, I welcome Ravi Kunju, Senior Vice President of Strategy and Business Development of Altair.
Altair is a leader in composites manufacturing solutions
and has helped many of its customers expedite their manufacturing processes by simulating the design of their 3D printed models to identify places where degradation will occur and how to alter designs to prevent degradation cutting the iterative process nearly in half.
You can learn more about their company by visiting them at https://www.altair.com.
This week I welcome Kelly DeBusk, owner of Composites Compliance on the show to discuss how to handle an OSHA inspection. She has over 20 years of experience in environmental and safety regulations governing the composites industry.
The continuing goal of her company is to help members of the composites industry comply with all the current environmental, health and safety regulations, as well as, to assess the possible impacts of new and proposed regulations and to help minimize the effects of those regulations.
Composites Compliance is also actively involved with keeping businesses up to date on any proposals, laws or government actions that could affect the composites industry.
On this episode, Kelly and I will be discussing how business owners can handle that dreaded inspection by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. We’ll be talking about what business owners can expect and the resources they should have for always being ready.
You can find out more about Composites Compliance by visiting them at www.compositescompliance.com. If you have questions for Kelly, she can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This week, I welcome Tony Schmitz on the show to discuss the growing trend of composite materials in structural applications. Tony is the vice president and senior project manager of Hoefer Wysocki, an architecture, planning, and design firm known for collaborating with clients to create performance-driven solutions.
With a background in environmental design, Tony joins me to discuss the positive opportunities that composites offer to builders today. These benefits can be seen in reduced costs, better performance and a reduced environmental impact.