Surface flush mount added to emergency stop buttons
The Surface Flush Mount E-Stop emergency stop buttons by Banner Engineering feature EZ-Light Logic...
Top Control Engineering articles, December 2012
The most-visited articles at www.controleng.com during December 2012 included the following topics:...
New updates for safety system aimed at upstream oil and natural gas facilities
Yokogawa releases enhanced version of ProSafe-RS safety instrumented system extending connectivity...
Adaptive robot for manufacturing
Baxter by Rethink Robotics is a robot that can perform repetitive production tasks on the work...
Preventing arc flash incidents by design
Understanding electrical distribution equipment and its associated risks can help reduce incident...
Machine Safety: OSHA Top 10 Violations for 2012
See the top five reasons why machine safety has become even more important in the past 10 years....
Machine Safety: More on shared responsibilities
Broad responsibilities of designing and building a safe machine from the supplier perspective were...
Understanding machine safety analysis in the U.S. (Part 2)
If you struggle trying to figure out how OSHA, ANSI, and ISO relate, you’re not alone. Part 2:...
Top Plant 2012 - Winners announced
Pfizer Global Supply and Masco Cabinetry set themselves apart from the competition because of their...
Top Plant 2012: Masco Cabinetry
Real time, just in time: Masco Cabinetry reduces lead time, waste, energy costs, and downtime.
Top Plant 2012: Pfizer Global Supply
An Rx for manufacturing success: Focus on safety, quality, and uptime is the right prescription for...
How close are we to a truly Smart Grid?
There are still hurdles to overcome, at least in the U.S., before the Smart Grid becomes reality.
Machine Safety: Does multitasking provide an effective illusion of safety?
Is it possible to have everyone’s safety behavior in the factory exactly as it should be 24/7...
Machine Safety: Can end user companies comply with ISO 13849-1: 2006 without design engineering resources?
ISO 13849-1: 2006, an international machine safety standard, is written for individuals who perform...
The shared responsibility of machine safety
In the modern, mechanized and automated workforce, machine safety isn't just an individual...
Arc Flash University, Session 3: Infrared Windows and Infrared Inspection: Utilizing Infrared Windows to Mitigate Causes of Arc Flash
This Webcast will give health and safety directors, electrical supervisors and electricians,...
The quest to standardize energy management processes
Newly formed industry group aims to boost U.S. manufacturing’s global competitiveness through...
Georgia plant fined after explosion
MFG Chemical Inc. faces $77,000 in fines after OSHA discovered 20 safety violations that resulted...
Costs mount for CA nuke outage
The prolonged outage at the San Onofre plant has cost $317 million, or more than $1 million per...
Safety fines for auto parts maker
TFO Tech Co. Ltd is being fined $51,000 by OSHA for 13 safety violations at its Jefferson, OH,...
Phishing attacks elevate
Hackers are changing their tactics by targeting employee groups of up to 250 people at one time...
Hackers target sites victims visit
Hackers are using knowledge about their intended targets to predict the websites they visit and...
Understanding machine safety analysis in the U.S. (Part 1)
If you struggle trying to figure out how OSHA, ANSI, and ISO relate, you’re not alone. Part 1: What...
Find near-misses hidden inside process data
Product Exclusive: Near-Miss Management’s Dynamic Risk Analyzer software discovers near-misses...
Decentralizing process control and information management
The “D” in DCS has always stood for distributed. While the technological drivers behind this...
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