Machinery Safety 101

ISO Withdraws Machinery Risk Assessment Standards

This entry is part 1 of 9 in the series Risk Assess­ment

ISO has with­drawn three long-stand­ing basic machinery safety stand­ards used inter­na­tion­ally and in the EU and replaced them with a single com­bined doc­u­ment. If you design, build or integ­rate machinery for sale inter­na­tion­ally or with­in the EU, this new stand­ard needs to be on your BUY list!

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Round Table Highlight Reel Video!

See the high­lights from the 28-Oct-10 Man­u­fac­tur­ing Auto­ma­tion Round Table!

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Manufacturing Automation Round Table

On Septem­ber 21st, I par­ti­cip­ated in a round table dis­cus­sion sponsored by Man­u­fac­tur­ing Auto­ma­tion magazine. We covered a lot of ground in the dis­cus­sions, touch­ing on har­mon­iz­a­tion of machinery safety stand­ards, applic­a­tion of OHS laws and the abil­ity of man­u­fac­tur­ers and employ­ers to com­ply with require­ments, and a lot more. We had some great people around the table for…

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BSI Publishes New Guide to Machinery Safety

BSI pub­lishes a new guide on the applic­a­tion of 2006/42/EC and the PUWER regs. If you are UK based or export to the UK mar­ket you need this guide.

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Welcome to the New Machinery Safety 101 Podcast blog!

Wel­come to the new and improved Machinery Safety 101!

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