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Compliance inSight Corporate LogoExpert Advice, Safety Reviews, In-​Depth Training

Compliance InSight Consulting spe­cial­izes in risk assess­ment, safe­guard­ing and func­tion­al safety for indus­tri­al machinery.

CIC is a proud spon­sor and sup­port­er of the Machinery Safety 101 blog!

Email: Sales | Info
Ph: +1 (519) 650‑4753
Skype: cic-​inc

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Laser Professionals, Inc.

Laser Professionals Inc.

Laser Professionals provides EasyHaz Laser Hazard Analysis soft­ware and Laser Safety Training through their on-​going pub­lic and private train­ing ser­vices.

Sales/​Technical: Johnny Jones

US Toll Free +1 (888) 795 2737,
Fax: +1 (413) 845‑3818


Indagate Engineering CorporationIndagate Engineering Corporation

Indagate Engineering Corporation provides Pre-​Start Health and Safety Reviews and mech­an­ic­al engin­eer­ing ser­vices includ­ing con­sult­ing dir­ectly with cli­ents on machine and pro­cess designs, and dir­ect design ser­vices.

Sales/​Technical: Adrian Kasjak, P.Eng.,

Phone: +1 (416) 556‑1322,
Fax: +1 (905) 778‑9663


MTE Consultants Inc.MTE Consultants Inc.

MTE provides struc­tur­al design engin­eer­ing and related ser­vices.

Contact MTE

Phone: +1 (519) 743‑6500
Fax: +1 (519) 743‑6513


Waterloo EMC SerivcesWaterloo EMC Services

Waterloo EMC Services provides EMC con­sult­ing ser­vices relat­ing to EMC Testing and Design. With more than 30 years design and test exper­i­ence, as well as in-​depth involve­ment in IEC stand­ards devel­op­ment activ­it­ies, John Mowbray brings a depth of expert­ise rarely found.

Waterloo EMC Services does not cur­rently have a web­site.

Sales/​Technical: John Mowbray, P.Eng.
Phone: +1 (519) 581‑7170


OACETT LogoOACETT – The Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists

OACETT is the gov­ern­ing body for Engineering Technicians and Technologists in the Province of Ontario, Canada.

OACETT Contacts


IEEE Product Safety Engineering SocietyIEEE Product Safety Engineering Society

PSES Board of Directors Contacts

IEEE Symposia on Product Compliance Engineering

Toronto Engineering and Human Environment Joint chapter


IEEE Canada LogoIEEE Canada

We are mem­bers of IEEE and IEEE Canada. The Machinery Safety 101 blog is writ­ten at our headquar­ters in Kitchener, Ontario, in the Kitchener-​Waterloo Section.

IEEE Toronto LogoIEEE Toronto Section

IEEE Toronto Section

Engineering and Human Environment Joint Chapter, rep­res­ent­ing the Education, Engineering Management, Professional Communication, Reliability, Social Implications of Technology, Industrial Electronics and Product Safety Engineering Societies.


A. Kerstens Industrial Automation Inc.

36 April Gardens, Aurora ON L4G 4R6 (905) 713‑3429

Anthony Kerstens writes anoth­er auto­ma­tion and machinery safety related blog you may find inter­est­ing.

info@akautomation.ca


Engineering Expert Witness Blog

Published by Philip J. O’Keefe, PEMLE

The Engineering Expert Witness Blog has the dis­tinc­tion of being one of the longest run­ning engin­eer­ing related blogs on the inter­net and is routinely used by col­lege stu­dents as a source of sup­port­ive tech­nic­al mater­i­al, includ­ing those at Penn State University and the 100 Top Resources for Electrical Engineers on the Electrical Engineering Schools web­site.

The blog focuses on engin­eer­ing and oth­er tech­nic­al top­ics.   Material is presen­ted through a vari­ety of approaches, and the tech­nic­al mes­sages will some­times be peppered with car­toons to bring the mes­sage home in a humor­ous way.


Engineering and Technology History Wiki

The Engineering and Technology History Wiki (ETHW) is a web­site with thou­sands of art­icles, first-​hand accounts, oral his­tor­ies, mile­stones, archiv­al doc­u­ments and les­son plans per­tain­ing to the his­tory of tech­no­logy. The ETHW is one of the world’s premi­er sites for the doc­u­ment­a­tion, ana­lys­is, and explan­a­tion of the his­tory of tech­no­logy; the sci­ent­ists, engin­eers and busi­ness people who made these tech­no­lo­gies hap­pen; and on the his­tory of the organ­iz­a­tions to which these men and women belonged.

The ETHW is developed by a part­ner­ship between the United Engineering Foundation, and the AIChE, AIME, ASCE, ASME, IEEE, SPE and SWE. It fosters the cre­ation of nar­rat­ives that not only doc­u­ment the his­tory of engin­eer­ing prac­tices but also explain when, how, and why these tech­no­lo­gies developed as they did. It uses a wiki-​based web plat­form to foster a col­lab­or­at­ive online envir­on­ment that taps into the col­lect­ive memor­ies, exper­i­ences, and know­ledge of engineering’s world­wide mem­ber­ship – the men and women who provide the ima­gin­a­tion, cre­ativ­ity, and know-​how to sus­tain pro­gress in elec­tric­al, elec­tron­ic, and com­puter innov­a­tions. In time, this site will serve as a cent­ral his­tor­ic­al repos­it­ory of all the achieve­ments, ideas, and first-​hand know­ledge of engin­eer­ing asso­ci­ation mem­bers, soci­et­ies, coun­cils and tech­nic­al com­munit­ies. The ETHW will also provide a cent­ral loc­a­tion for all mater­i­als related to engineering’s organ­iz­a­tion­al his­tory.

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