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  • Nuclear Safety
    Nuclear Safety. Covering relevant international and regional safety criteria, this comprehensive reference provides the methods and data needed to evaluate and manage the safety of nuclear facilities and related processes using risk-based safety analysis.
  • Safety in Automation
    New technology and global standards help ensure a safe workplace, boost productivity, and reduce environmental impact. Dan is Manager Safety Business Development at Many of today's legacy manufacturing systems were developed with a either a blind eye or a minimalist approach to safety. Older
  • Safety Pays
    A major oilfield services company and its customers were losing time and money due to unexpected safety shut downs. These shut downs resulted from repeated failures of the rotary unions the company was using in their coil tubing applications. Each time a rotary union failed, it allowed pressure
  • Safety in the lab
    I'm a research engineer in Seoul, Korea. Previously I worked at an elevator company. There, safety always came first. We had numerous safety manuals. The company is a branch of an American firm, and it had access to manuals that were really nice. I wish I could say the same for the work conditions
  • Safety in Numbers
    PMT Magazine covers how the next generation of pneumatics keeps the operators' well being in mind, particularly with the MS Series of safety valves from Festo--designed to replace basic single-coil pneumatic exhaust valves used to vent air in emergency stop situation.
  • Machine Safety Design: Safety Relays Versus a Single Safety Controller (.pdf)
    There comes a point in machine safety design when the designer needs to decide if it makes more sense to use multiple safety relays or to upgrade to a safety controller. This point typically occurs when the application requires three or more safety relays. This white paper focuses on some
  • Safety by design: Safety standards aren't just guidelines
    Whether your production line is fully staffed or semiautomated, its safety should be one of your company's highest priority. In the U.S., safety standards are not usually enforced unless there is a workplace accident or an employee injury. Many companies use safety standards and regulations merely
  • Advanced Safety Mat Guarding Occupational Health & Safety
    HAZARDOUS areas in manufacturing facilities require a device to protect workers from injury. A popular machine guarding solution is a safety mat system that, when stepped on, initiates a stop signal, preventing injury that may be caused by a piece of hazardous equipment. Used in safety mats
  • Introduction to Fire Safety Management
    Introduction to Fire Safety Management. Illustrated in full color, easy to read and supported by checklists, report forms and record sheets, this guide, developed for the NEBOSH Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management, gives a complete introduction to all areas of fire safety management.
  • Berke on Safety: Simple Design High on the Safety Ladder
    Berke on Safety: Simple Design High on the Safety Ladder I'm devoting today's column to a case where thoughtful engineering led to an elegant design that improved worker safety. The following is from Scott Clay, a technical service engineer and eTool development supervisor with the , Austin, Tex

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