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Welding ergonomics

Worker protection also delivers productivity gains » more

Using wireless in safety shower alarm retrofits

Wireless monitoring systems save money compared to wired solutions. » more

NFPA 70E: What’s in the 2018 edition?: Your questions answered

Presenter Lanny Floyd answers questions about changes to NFPA 70E that were not addressed during... » more

SPONSORED White Paper: An Insider's Guide to NFPA 70E Requirements

Keep expert information on arc flash regulation right at your fingertips with the “Arc Flash... » more

SPONSORED White Paper: New OSHA Standard for Beryllium Exposure

White paper highlights the most important aspects of the new standard: means of exposure and... » more

The singular measurement of safety

Despite changing politics, OSHA violations have largely remained the same. However, when measured... » more

The future of electrical safety

NFPA 70E brings the hierarchy of controls to the forefront. » more

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Battery chargers

MicroGenius 2 battery chargers are a new generation of genset, marine, and standby battery chargers from SENS.

Sidewall Propeller Fan

Greenheck’s new Model AER direct drive sidewall propeller fan moves 30% more air compared to similar fans, allowing a smaller fan size to be specified to achieve desired performance--reducing first cost.

Destratification Fan

The H60 destratification fan is designed for open ceiling spaces with ceiling heights of up to 65′.

Nitrogen Generators

Potter’s IntelliGen Series of Nitrogen Generators are designed to generate on-site, 98%+ purity nitrogen for use in fire protection sprinkler systems.

2017 Product of the Year Finalists: Vote now!

The official ballot is open for voting for Plant Engineering North American print and digital edition subscribers, for a limited time. Cast your vote using CFE Media's New Products for Engineers platform. (Voting closed Jan. 12,... » more


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Machine Safety Blog

Functional safety life cycle: 1) Perform risk assessment 2) Examine functional requirements 3) Design and verify mitigation 4) Install and validate 5) Manage, change, and improve. Courtesy: Control Engineering Machine Safety Blog, JB Titus & Associates

Machine Safety: Benefits of safety assessments, risk...

The need to evaluate hazards and apply corrective actions to reduce... » more

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Top 4 mistakes made when precision balancing

Tom Hoenig of GTI Predictive Technology discusses...

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