The NSW Government has launched a new campaign to highlight the importance of electrical safety for workers and home owners.
Lockout hasps are one of the items extensively used in lockout tagout procedures, and are designed to provide maximum protection to workers carrying out maintenance of plant and machinery.
A Brisbane contractor has been fined $85,000 for failing to ensure a worksite was electrically safe, after a worker received an electric shock.
Developments in global safety standards and technologies have made manufacturing safety a powerful tool to optimise production.
A Queensland concreting business and its director have been fined $42,500 for unsafe electrical practices, and exposing people to risk of serious injury or death.
The NS series of safety switches from Pizzato provide PL3 and SIL3 safety levels and can be used on both hinged and sliding guards.
As part of the growing range of lockout tagout safety equipment, the Cirlock SOKIT ROKIT is used to protect those working with extension leads outdoors/underground.
The Cirlock Isolator Bar Lockout Kit is a lockout device designed specifically for isolator switches and motor control centres.
Contractor lockout kits have been put together especially for commercial tradespeople and contractors working on various sites.
The Cirlock contractor lockout kits have been put together especially for commercial tradespeople and contractors working on various sites.
Cirlock was contacted by Lend Lease to provide the Cirlock permanently mounted Lockout System on the Sunshine Coast Hospital project.
The NHP ISO Appliance Inlets range is designed to complement the existing range of ISO Plugs and Sockets.
Emona Instruments has released the PAC3760 DL data logging appliance tester and test tag printing kit.
The Fluke ClirVu CV Series IR Windows provide protection for inspectors of high-energy equipment.
The SIL 3 Safety Relay is created specifically for use in the emergency shutdown of plants and plant components in the process industry. The device meets the requirements of EN61508 as well as the safety demands of Safety Integrity Level 3.