John Ridley and Dick Pearce, both recognized specialists in machinery safety, guide the reader through the various standards, regulations and best practices relating to the safe design and use of machinery and show which standard is relevant for which type of machine. Safety with Machinery provides a basic grounding in machinery safety and covers safeguarding philosophy and strategy, typical hazards, risk assessment and reduction, guarding techniques, ergonomic considerations, safe use of equipment and the plant layout. All types of safeguards are discussed - mechanical, interlocking, electrical/electronic/programmable, hydraulic, pneumatic. The new edition has been updated throughout in line with changes in regulations and standards. The section on electric, electronic and programmable safety systems has been expanded to reflect their increasing importance. The book now focuses on the harmonised standards which can be used by manufacturers to self-certify their machines for the European market without the need for third party examples (e.g. EN ISO 13849, IEC/EN 61131-2) but also covers other relevant standards (e.g. IEC 62061). Many practical examples set the regulations in context and assist in the interpretation of the various standards. Safety with Machinery is essential reading for all engineers involved in machinery design and maintenance all over the world as every machine sold within or into the EU needs to conform to the harmonised standards. It also provides health and safety professionals, students and employee representatives, as well as certification bodies, factory inspectors and safety regulators with a comprehensive overview of machinery safety. * Explains which standard is relevant for which type of machine * Helps manufacturers to self-certify their machines for the EU market * All types of safeguards are discussed - mechanical, interlocking, electrical/electronic/programmable, hydraulic, pneumaticFigure 8.4 Moulded guard for an electric lawn mower. (Courtesy of Black aamp; Decker Ltd.) timber and hardboard either as panels or boards are easy to manipulate and can be made into rigid structures but may ... In this, allowance must be made for the variation in sizes of body parts that exists between different ethnic groups.
|Title||:||Safety with Machinery|
|Author||:||John R. Ridley, Dick Pearce|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2006-01|