Quality people and quality material handling equipment define our culture and our processes.
In the absence of standards, the term quality can become ambiguous, often used more in marketing than procedure. At Hapman, quality is both ingrained in our material handling equipment manufacturing processes and integrated into our culture.
Our engineering, operations, and production system is a balance of three key elements:
1. Philosophy: Our blueprint for success
People are the most valuable resource
Kaizen, or “change for the better,” is our way of life
Shop floor focus
2. True North: Pointing toward perfection with our products and our people
100% value-added service
Physical safety and security
Professional challenges and development
Mental growth and contribution
3. Technical Tools: The nuts and bolts of the production system we use to build the best bulk material handling equipment in the industry.
Our workplace and our material handling systems adhere to strict compliance standards.
Hapman conforms to the following standards provided by these recognized associations and organizations: the Occupational Safety and Health Administration of the United States Department of Labor (OSHA), the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), the Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association (CEMA), and the National Electric Code (NEC).
OSHA Standards 29 CFR 1910.5a-1
OSHA 1910.212 (a)(2)
Electrical Controls and Wiring Conform to NEC specifications
The welders who work on Hapman conveying systems and other material handling equipment are ANSI and American Welding Society (AWS) certified. Hapman also performs customer-specific certifications and adheres to application-specific weld requirements as well.