Make UK and West Yorkshire Manufacturing Services in Brighouse are collaborating to offer top-notch environmental and health and safety training to the North of England. The partnership becomes effective from January 1, 2024, adding Make UK’s Health, Safety, and Sustainability training to the range already available at WYMS’ facility in Brighouse, to support manufacturers and engineers. WYMS’ purpose-built facilities, equipped with modern training and conference technology, are just minutes away from Junction 25 of the M62, providing the ideal learning environment. Paired with Make UK’s experienced tutors who possess industry-recognized credentials and practical expertise, this partnership caters to businesses across the North of England.
Make UK’s CEO, Stephen Phipson, describes the collaboration with WYMS as a way to enhance the importance of sustainability and health and safety across a major industrial region. He notes that advanced manufacturing is key to the economy of the North and that this collaboration affords companies the opportunity to leverage access to remarkable resources, expertise, and facilities.
The Chair of West Yorkshire Manufacturing Services, Andrew Denford, expresses delight in working with Make UK, a trusted and experienced organization that champions UK manufacturing. He sees the collaboration as good news for the whole of the North of England and specific to West Yorkshire, that the partnership is the first step into a wider collaboration with exciting opportunities in the future.
The Health, Safety, and Sustainability Director at Make UK, Chris Newson, also remarks that the partnership with WYMS allows them to combine quality health, safety, and sustainability training with an excellent learning environment in the North of England.
Overall, the collaboration between Make UK and West Yorkshire Manufacturing Services promises to offer top-of-the-line environmental and health and safety training to manufacturers and engineers in the North of England. This integrated partnership is not only a great opportunity but also an innovative solution to enhance safety and sustainability standards across the region.