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  • Operational Discipline Does Your Organization Do the Job Right Every Time?
    … report all “on the job” safety incidents • Disabling of safety critical and security devices … … isolations are mandatory • Lighting a flame, without authorization, in Operating Areas and Warehouses is prohibited • Engaging … … prohibited • Violation of traffic rules with plant boundaries …
  • Scenario Logic and Probabilistic Management of Risk in Business and Engineering
    Risk of explosion in a submarine; Risk estimation of car accidents on the crossroads without traffic lights ; Non-success risk of debugging and operational tests of complex ob- jects; Risk of the man injury by electrical current in a room; Safety on the railway; Explosion risk of a artillery warehouse ; Accident risk in an intrinsically dangerous room; Drowning risk for a submarine; Risk analysis of the ship power station; Explosion and fire safety of gas and oil transmitting stations; Risk modelling of …
  • STRATEGIES FOR MANAGING INCREASING TRUCK TRAFFIC
    Increasing truck traffic poses many challenges for the transportation organizations that construct, operate, and maintain the transportation system, including • Safety hazards, especially where heavy trucks are mixed with light -duty vehicles; • Rapid … … and queuing spill truck traffic onto public roadways. … areas where public opposition has arisen to truck- intensive developments (such as manufacturing, warehousing , truck terminals, intermodal …
  • Automated Guided Vehicle Systems
    Barriers are useful when there is a large volume of pedestrian traffic crossing the route of the AVGs at certain times (change of shift, end of day, lunch break, etc.) 360-degree lights e.g. for safety in warehouse passages Suspended barrier tape or chains .
  • States > New Jersey > State > Regulations > Title 19 - Other Agencies > [N.J.A.C. 19:4] 4 - District Zoning Regulations
    To provide sufficient space in appropriate locations for a variety of industrial, warehouse , office, retail, residential, recreational … To provide that such uses are suitably sited and placed in order to secure safety from fire, flood and other natural and man-made disasters, provide adequate light and air, prevent the … … concentration of population, prevent traffic congestion, and, in general …
  • Microwave device development at Plessey
    … alarms of British design and manufacture are now standard installations in shops, offices, warehouses and other premises. Other applications of this type of device are : traffic signal activators, door openers, etc., automobile-type radars for anticollision systems, pedestrian safety radars, highway station keeping, and radar speed meters, well known to law enforce- ment agencies, and also used for contactless … … vibrations, measuring wheel peripheral speeds, detecting train derailment, or as direction-sensing units for temporary traffic lights .