Emergency stop devices: the risks of installer liability

This entry is part 10 of 13 in the series Emer­gency Stop

On the MachineBuilding.net blog today, Alex D’Arcy, Sales Direc­tor at Hylec-APL pro­vides some inter­est­ing insights into the lia­bil­i­ties asso­ci­at­ed with the instal­la­tion of emer­gency stop devices on machin­ery. Hylec-APL pro­vides tech­ni­cal prod­ucts and solu­tions in the field of indus­tri­al machin­ery and emer­gency stop sys­tems. Check out Alex’s arti­cle.

If you need to know more about the tech­ni­cal design side of emer­gency stop sys­tems, there are a num­ber of tech­ni­cal arti­cles on the top­ic on this blog.

Series Nav­i­ga­tionNew con­tact block design for Emer­gency Stop devices from SiemensTest­ing Emer­gency Stop Sys­tems

Author: Doug Nix

Doug Nix is Managing Director and Principal Consultant at Compliance InSight Consulting, Inc. (http://www.complianceinsight.ca) in Kitchener, Ontario, and is Lead Author and Senior Editor of the Machinery Safety 101 blog. Doug's work includes teaching machinery risk assessment techniques privately and through Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning in Kitchener, Ontario, as well as providing technical services and training programs to clients related to risk assessment, industrial machinery safety, safety-related control system integration and reliability, laser safety and regulatory conformity. For more see Doug's LinkedIn profile.