Traffic control devices such as destination signs and traffic lights need to be designed from a human-centred perspective to be effective, according to a UNSW expert.
A North Queensland produce company has been fined $150,000 after a worker was crushed when he dismounted from a moving tractor.
The Portable Traffic Light from Madison Technologies is designed to be a safer alternative to STOP/SLOW signs, with easy set-up and operation.
Moved road signs have been implicated as the cause of a heavy vehicle collision at Maules Creek Coal Mine that left one mine worker with serious injuries.
The Saferoads Zone Essential VMS trailer is solid and reliable.
Brady ToughWash washdown-resistant labels can handle the pressures of high heat, harsh chemicals, high-pressure sprays and multiple washdown cycles commonly found in food and beverage processing without falling apart or falling off.
The range of Mineflags from On Site Safety is available in both LED and non-LED models.
The CodeSafe digital platform is designed to reduce the risk of misinterpretation of the written word and overcomes language and literacy barriers by allowing the employee to scan a CodeSafe QR code to view safety, environment and quality communication messages in an interactive way.
Safety signs and labels reduce workplace hazards by alerting staff to potential incidents well before they happen.
Eflare Corporation has expanded its line of safety beacons with three additional products.
The Gemini-G1 range of tower lamps are stackable LED beacons with applications in machine status indication, machine guarding, factory traffic control and many other areas.