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Safety data collection process as important as what’s collected
Safety data collection process as important as what’s collected

Take the system beyond paper to process hazard analysis.Read More

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Safety regulations can be used to increase production
Safety regulations can be used to increase production

You must use techniques to maintain your employees’ health and safety while still meeting your production goals. Start by understanding some of the causes for fluctuations and safe solutions.Read More

Mobile devices: 4 things to consider
Mobile devices: 4 things to consider

Carefully looking at usage, environment, and any mounting requirements will determine the size, placement, and use of the mobile computing device.Read More

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Flexible, adaptable automation on display at IMTS
Flexible, adaptable automation on display at IMTS

AMT’s Doug Woods on the future of manufacturing and how to drive change and innovation.Read More

Can luck cover for a lack of alarm management?
Can luck cover for a lack of alarm management?

Is it safe to run a plant without alarm management? An effective alarm management program will let you run the plant harder while still remaining safe.Read More

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Machine Safety: ISO 13849-1 status, interlock switch safety
Machine Safety: ISO 13849-1 status, interlock switch safety

Upon reviewing a machine that has two interlock switches mounted to an access door can you say that... Read More

Machine Safety: 12 hazards of unused machinery
Machine Safety: 12 hazards of unused machinery

Look at the 5 levels of hazard mitigation to help determine risk of a machine no longer in use.... Read More

Machine Safety: Identify machine safety standards for your business
Machine Safety: Identify machine safety standards for your business

Why is it important in the United States to identify machine safety standards for your business?... Read More

Machine Safety: What is your safety elevator pitch?
Machine Safety: What is your safety elevator pitch?

In less than 30 seconds, can you tell me why I should care about your plans for exceeding... Read More

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