Reasons to contact us:
Confirm your current level of safeguarding meets industrial requirements and will best safeguard all personnel.
Better educate your staff on current machine safeguarding standards and proper product application.
Desire to improve the level of personnel safety through enhanced machine safeguarding.
OSHA is or has visited your plant.
Someone has been injured.
* OSHA 1910.212 General Requirements for all machine (a) machine guarding (1) types of guarding. One or more methods of machine guarding shall be provided to protect the operator and other employees in the machine area from hazards.
Machine Safeguarding Evaluations 2015:
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Industrial Safety Controls, Inc.
The Machine Safeguarding Professionals
The ever evolving international and U.S. safety standards, in conjunction with the influx of new machine safety products makes it difficult for even the best of us to keep up with these evolutions.
ISC, Inc. can assist you with keeping you up to date in all areas of machine safety. For manufacturers, specifically in evaluating your machinery to determine if it meets current industry safety standards and if the products currently safeguarding hazards are properly installed, ideal for the application and environment or can be improved. For OEMs, to determine the best solution from the start based upon the many factors pertaining to your stand alone machine, an integrated system or robotic cell.
Our knowledge of proper product use and application and guarding methods will help you comply with OSHA and current industry safety standards.
American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA)
Robotics Industries Association (RIA)
Select International Standards
(such as IEC 13489 Functional Safety)
Machine safeguarding continues to be one of the most frequently cited OSHA violations. Recent records indicate machine guarding ranks as one of the violations. ISC, Inc. will do a Machine Safeguarding Evaluation to determine if your machine(s) is properly guarded based upon operator interface with the machine(s), product handling and flow, maintenance requirements and relative OSHA and industry safety standards.* The following are a few companies we have served over the years.
Services and Fees ... Machine Safeguarding Evaluation
We will inspect current guarding systems of machinery for compliance based on production requirements, operator and maintenance personnel interfacing with the machine and provide a written report with suggestions to enhance safeguarding based on OSHA and current industry standards. Fees $1,000 per day or $600 per half-day (4 hours) plus expenses.
Let Industrial Safety Controls, Inc. help you stay safe because proper machine safeguarding is no accident. Contact us today by calling us at 262.652.8660 or sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions, you can also send a fax to 262.652.1388 or visit our web site at www.safeworkplace.org
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