The Exair single air nozzle Super Blast Safety Air Gun delivers 10,432 grams of blowing force, equivalent to the force of 30 ordinary air guns, making it suitable for long distance, wide area blow-off, drying and cooling applications such as floor and machinery cleaning, chip removal, liquid blow-off, parts cleaning and cooling hot parts.
Designed for the protection of workers exposed to risks arising from the use of dangerous machines, the Admiral AX light curtain, with its two safe static outputs, has seven types of protection and can work without external control units with all the safety functions integrated inside the emitter and the receiver.
Designed for the protection of workers exposed to dangerous machines, the Admiral AX light curtain features two safe static outputs and can work without external control units, with all the safety functions integrated inside the emitter and the receiver. It complies with the requirements of the European Standard EN61496-1 and the International Standard IEC 61496-1-2.
The employer and manager of a Victorian company which had two serious safety incidents in 13 months have been ordered to pay fines of $376,000.
A Central Queensland meat processor has been fined $114,000 after two cleaners broke their arms in similar incidents only five months apart.
A recent injury to a worker who was cleaning a machine that was in operation at the time sends out a reminder to be vigilant in keeping the workplace safe.
A leading Australian manufacturer of boots and garments was recently convicted and fined in the SA Industrial Relations Court following an injury suffered by an employee.
A recent conviction in Adelaide highlights the need for proper machine guarding and training to prevent young workers experiencing serious workplace injuries.
A new WorkCover NSW initiative will release guidelines on a number of industrial occupations and situations to help reduce injuries through greater safety awareness.
The ASCC is inviting comments from industry on a dicussion paper on safety requirements of plant and equipment.
A new program was launched recently to assist injured workers return to work.
The new ACT Work Safety Act 2008 takes effect July 2009. To assist businesses come to a better understanding of it, the OHS Commissioner's website lists a series of documents providing information on the Act.