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Lockout/tagout annual audits are essential for maintaining a compliant program. They allow LOTO programs to be reviewed for gaps and deficiencies.
Is your lockout/tagout program compliant with OSHA regulations? LOTO OSHA violations are incredibly common for manufacturers. How to avoid fines and stay in compliance.
Lockout/tagout training is required by OSHA for authorized employees and affected employees. Learn what should be included and how often it’s needed.
When it comes to lockout/tagout procedures, is it helpful or unnecessary to add information to the document? The answer isn’t always simple.
Boost productivity, simplify systems and get better insights into your operations using AC drives that deliver advanced safety over Ethernet.
Three considerations that can help inform and strengthen your own industrial security strategy.
Our most popular blogs in 2018 were about artificial intelligence, blockchain, industrial security and safety.
TÜV Rheinland-certified machinery functional safety experts earn one of the most rigorous accreditations for industrial safety professionals. Hear tips from recently certified pros.
The way people and machinery interact in automotive plants is fundamentally changing. Collaborative technology makes functional safety more critical than ever.
As we begin the new year, we’ve compiled a list of ten tips to help you improve safety and productivity.
Improving your lockout procedures by just one minute can save you $2.8 million annually. Find out how.
The Connected Enterprise helps manufacturers monitor and improve safety while boosting plant productivity.
Understanding and implementing a safety architecture, performance levels, integrity levels and reaction time calculations can improve the health of your safety system.
The Connected Enterprise helps manufacturers minimize the potential for employee safety and business security problems while improving productivity.
Know what to do (and what not to) when it comes to documenting product design changes, and understand the safety hierarchy so you can limit your company’s risk profile.
The challenges of providing amusement park thrills while keeping guests safe pushes the edge of technology. Lessons here are applied across industries improving uptime, security and safety.
Safety and security have traditionally been viewed as separate entities, but in industrial production, your safety and security programs are inextricably linked.
OEMs can use best-in-class safety to set their machines apart from the competition, streamline their business and achieve near-universal compliance.
In a Connected Enterprise, safety professionals can automate the collection and reporting of safety data to better understand risks and enhance industrial safety.
Safety is a multi-disciplined activity involving culture, compliance and capital. Collaboration is critical to innovation.
Industrial applications are seeing a convergence of safety and productivity at a practical and strategic level. A major enabler of this is the amount of data available.
Attendees of the Safety Leadership Conference learned how contemporary safety technology and mindsets can help drive productivity, not hinder it.
Placing safety automation controls and hardware closer to an application or on a machine rather than in a remote cabinet has a number of design benefits.
Collaborative robot technology is evolving at a rapid pace, but this raises questions about worker safety and compliance implications.
Food and beverage manufacturers can take key steps to help create and maintain effective safety programs. These steps include taking a holistic safety approach.
Focus on reliable equipment, providing a safe workplace and environmental compliance.
OEMs and end users involved in the machine building process have access to technologies and design tools to help them increase the speed, accuracy and efficiency of safety system design.
The Enterprise crew never worried about the limits of space - but when it comes to your control system, you don't have the luxury of unlimited space.
While the merger of the ISO 13849 and IEC 62061 safety standards may have been put on hold, machine designers should be prepared for changes to come.
Adjust to a changing workforce by rethinking machinery design in ways that address the unique safety risks of a more diverse workforce and help improve productivity.
New technologies offer important machine safety solutions, yet the packaging line still has numerous areas where manufacturers must consider the setup of a plant.
Hot topics at Automation Fair 2015? Safety. Manufacturing Execution Systems. And turning data into wisdom, a focal point of The Connected Enterprise.
New changes are coming to machinery safety standards. Are you ready?
All good machine designers help save lives. The fact is that when the design of a machine gives it as much inherent safety as possible, the operators are safer.
Best-in-class manufacturers realize that a combination of employee behavior, processes and procedures, and technology help them achieve 5-7% higher OEE.
The certification of devices in a safety instrumented system is meant to verify the performance by measuring the failure rate data. Still, failure rate data comes in many different forms.
Picking a bicycle is a bit like choosing the right safety solution. It's a lot about preparation. Thinking carefully about what you may need in future will help you make the right choice.
Deploying an effective safety program that encompasses all of your plants, employees, machinery, standards and production goals is a substantial undertaking.
Two key standards for electronic machine control (EN) ISO 13849 and IEC 62061 will be merged into one: ISO/IEC 17305.
Automated control platforms can unite various systems over a large geographic area, helping you address staff shortages and high staff turnover.
Safety in industrial processes and machinery has been always a critical to help ensure personal safety and compliance with standards and laws.
The coming together of two machinery safety standards, (EN) ISO 13849 and IEC 62061, has great potential to streamline and clarify previously grey areas.
By working together in standardization committees, solution providers and end users have established new rules for safety in machinery.
When we buy a chocolate bar, taste is not the only important aspect. An eye-catching wrapper - delivered with innovative, exciting packaging technology - is vital.