safety hazard Articles

  • Water park security operations management from HAISAN water slide company

    First, Construction of the security system from HAISAN water slide company 1. Develop a safety management system; 2. Signing a safety responsibility letter; 3. Integrate safety into the performance appraisal system; 4. Establish a safety reward and punishment system; Second, the development of security awareness 1. All ...

  • Company Fined for Exposing Immigrant Workers to Hazards

    Two years after a worker died by electrocution at a steel plant own by St. Louis Cold Drawn, inspectors from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) found the company continues to exposes it workforce, predominantly consisting of Asian immigrants with limited English speaking skills, to amputation, electrical and other safety ...


    By AES Marine Consultants, LLC

  • Eriez Sweep Away Hazardous Ferrous Metals

    Eriez Magnetics Europe Ltd has helped one of the largest scrap processors in Britain with the problem of damaging pieces of scrap metal affecting the day to day running of their yard.  The simple addition of a Magnetic Sweeper to the tow bar of one of their vehicles solved their problem with its high strength magnetic field picking up and holding nails, wire, welding rod ends, bolts, ferrous ...


    By Eriez Magnetics Europe Ltd

  • Bridge-plate noisy river bridge replacement, County of Dufferin, ON

    Owner: County of Dufferin, Ontario Contractors: Nelson Arnold Construction Consultants: R.J. Burnside and Associates Location: Dufferin County Road 124 at Noisy River Through the creative application of existing products and construction techniques, Armtec provided a practical, cost-effective solution for replacing a ...


    By Armtec

  • Maersk Oil solves the gull problem with the laser bird repellent - Case Study

    Location: Maersk House Offshore, North Sea Application context: Industry & Utility buildings > Floating Storage and Production Problem definition: Birds nesting on the vessel, including the helideck, resulting in safety hazards and structural damages to the platform Pest bird species: Gulls Time of year bird presence: August – September Time of ...


    By Bird Control Group

  • Screentec, the low maintenance bar screen - Case Study

    Screentec frees operators from costly, dangerous maintenance. Coweta Water Authority, GA - 2016 Aqualitec installed a mechanical bar screen in a manhole, upstream of the influent pump station and Headworks. As a result, maintenance costs and safety hazards have been reduced drastically.  ...


    By Aqualitec Corp.

  • Central Bolt Automatic Assembly Line

    The central bolt automated assembly lines machine completes bolt assembly, detection, laser marking, data recording and other requirements, which is composed of spring base press-fitting station, valve sleeve assembly station, spring and valve core assembly station, laser marking, thread detection ...

  • Application of Power Press Machine in Stamping Automated Production Technology

    Stamping Automated Production Technology In the traditional stamping production line, sheet metal handling between front and rear equipment depends on manual fetching and placing. With the continuous improvement of production rhythm, manual feeding not only can not meet the needs of high rhythm, but also brings potential safety hazards. Because the personnel concentrate on improving the speed of ...

  • Central Bolt Automatic Assembly Line

    The central bolt automatic assembly machine completes bolt assembly, detection, laser marking, data recording and other requirements, which is composed of spring base press-fitting station, valve sleeve assembly station, spring and valve core assembly station, laser marking, thread detection and traceability system, etc. The parts are conveyed to the corresponding positions by conveyor and ...

  • Central Bolt Automatic Assembly Line

    The central bolt automatic assembly machine completes bolt assembly, detection, laser marking, data recording and other requirements, which is composed of spring base press-fitting station, valve sleeve assembly station, spring and valve core assembly station, laser marking, thread detection and traceability system, etc. The parts are conveyed to the corresponding positions by conveyor and ...

  • The perils of zero tolerance: technology management, supply chains and thwarted globalisation

    Tolerance levels exist for many undesirable attributes in food for which there exists general consensus regarding the potential food safety hazard: insect fragments, stones, livestock antibiotics, chemical residues, weed seeds, etc. Yet much of the current debate about zero tolerance relates to the presence of genetically modified (GM) material, with far less consensus regarding the acceptance ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Effectiveness of accident models: system theoretic model vs. the Swiss Cheese model: a case study of a US Coast Guard aviation mishap

    Over the last several years, the US Coast Guard (CG) experienced an unusually high number of major aviation accidents. Following each major accident, the CG conducted mishap analysis board (MAB) - investigations based on the Swiss Cheese accident causality model. However, these investigations were not able to identify common contributing factors that may be causing systemic failures within the CG ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Top Warehouse Hazards and How to Solve Them

    Injuries may seem like just another part of the job at warehouses, but in most cases it doesn’t have to be that way! Proper training, tools, and technique help avoid what the folks at Premier Handling Solutions have identified as some of the top warehouse safety hazards: ...


    By DJProducts, Inc.

  • MIOX offers another sanitizing alternative

    It was with great interest that I read your article titled “Drinking It In”(February 2007). The story specifically mentions filtrations and UV as two examples of water technologies used in the aquatics business. I would like to bring to your readers’ attention another promising technology that got its start in the municipal water market. Chlorine-based mixed oxidants originally were developed for ...

  • Enhesa Flash global EHS & product compliance assurance

    For this 2013 summer edition of the Enhesa Flash, we delve into some of the health and safety requirements in place globally to protect human health during the hottest months of the year. A consistent trend in emerging econo-mies is the rapid development of industrial and housing projects, even in very arid landscapes. In just over a decade, cities like Dubai have been raised from desert. The ...

  • Washington Watch -- The Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board: Thinking Strategically in Investigating (and Preventing) Chemical Accidents

    (From the Winter 2006 issue of Environmental Quality Management) Chemical accidents are always unwanted, and almost always the subject of considerable media attention and public scrutiny. Investigating the causes of chemical accidents is not an easy task, nor is the job of communicating the results of such investigations. Given the significant importance of the mission and day-to-day work of the ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Quality Control of Infant Formula in USA - Case Study

    Customer: Mead Johnson Nutrition, USA Mead Johnson is a global leader in pediatric nutrition, best known for their flagship Enfa family of brands, including Enfamil® infant formula. Their portfolio of brands represents specialized products that encourage healthy growth, support brain development, and address common feeding issues or rare metabolic disorders. ...


    By BÜCHI Labortechnik AG

  • The life cycle of weak signals related to safety

    This paper addresses the problem of weak signals management in the domain of industrial safety. We propose a model of the weak signal life cycle, from its emergence to the decision that should be taken to avoid the related hazard. This model represents this life cycle as four successive steps associated with barriers that the weak signal has to overcome. These four steps are: 1. detection; 2. ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • 5 Tips for Implementing Successful Workplace Safety Policies

    Logical and well-implemented safety policies are the foundation of most healthy company safety cultures. In many ways, your policies are what set the rest of your safety activities in motion. From employee training (“Here are the policies you need to follow”), to internal audits (“Are we acting in accordance with our policies?”) to injury reporting (“Were the ...


    By Intelex Technologies Inc.

  • New OSHA program in 2010 targets hexavalent chromium (Hex Chrome)

    OSHA has launched a new National Emphasis Program (NEP) in 2010, designed to target workplaces with exposures to hexavalent chromium and certain other metals such as antimony, arsenic, cadmium, lead and iron oxide. Targeted industries include electroplating, aircraft manufacturing, welding, shipbuilding, iron and steel mills, ferrous foundries, chrome color manufacturing and other pigment ...

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