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Compliance InSight Consulting specializes in risk assessment, safeguarding and functional safety for industrial machinery.
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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.
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MTE provides structural design engineering and related services.
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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 is the governing body for Engineering Technicians and Technologists in the Province of Ontario, 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 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.
Anthony Kerstens writes another automation and machinery safety related blog you may find interesting.
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.
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.