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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.

The Machinery Safety 101 blog is owned and oper­ated by Com­pli­ance inSight Con­sult­ing Inc.

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


Engineering Expert Witness Blog

Pub­lished by Philip J. O’Keefe, PE, MLE

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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