The manufacturing industry in Canada is diverse and continually expanding. It can be challenging to find the right professionals with the right experience and safety training. Thankfully, Woodstock Constructors specializes in creatively filling any gaps you may have within your organization or safety program. By intently listening to our clients and determining your needs, we can effectively provide you with the staff, training and services that you require.

Woodstock Constructors understands that the needs of every client vary.  As well, we know that the safety requirements can seem endless at times. Let us walk beside you through every step of the process with your new or existing company or operation, to help you conduct a full risk analysis in order to safeguard you and your crew.

We can help your manufacturing company prevent common hazards such as: hearing loss, eye injury, lockout problems, falling and tripping hazards, forklift training, chemical exposure, back and spinal injuries from heavy lifting, solvents, conveyor incidents, scaffolding, and dangerous goods.

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Manufacturing Processes that Woodstock Constructors Has Experience With Include:

  • Industrial Laser
  • Chemical Manufacturing
  • Automated Assembly and Manufacturing
  • Aerospace Manufacturing and Design
  • Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing
  • Automotive Manufacturing and Design
  • Oil and Gas
  • Machinery and Heavy Equipment Manufacturing
  • Wood Product Manufacturing
  • Transportation Equipment Manufacturing
  • Rapid Technologies and Additive Manufacturing

In order to offer both our clients and our candidates the very best, Woodstock Constructors remains committed to being at the forefront of industry trends. We make it a priority come equipped with best practises from a variety of organizations such as:

  • Society of Manufacturing Engineers
  • Association for Manufacturing Excellence
  • Canadian Plastics Industry Association
  • Project Management Institute
  • Canadian Tooling and Machining Association
  • Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association