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Understanding the Essentials of RIA R15.06:2012

The new RIA R15.06:2012 Standard Defined:

It has been fourteen years since the previous RIA Safety Standard was adopted, and a new set of guidelines has recently been developed to better reflect modern safety practices and hardware advancements made since the RIA R15.06:199 standard. This new revision will make automation systems even safer for workers. RIA R15.06.:2012 has taken full effect as of January 1, 2015, and while not legally mandated, should be adhered to fully in order to meet best practices in robotic safety.

We’ll address a few key points that any affected business needs to be aware of in the months following the January 1, 2015 effective date for RIA R15.06:2012:

The new RIA R15.06:2012 standard defined
The three primary game changing clauses that will have the biggest impact on businesses
What impact the three primary clauses will have on your business

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Posted in Standards and Compliance By Sentinel Machine Safety

Machine Safety Standards

May 3, 2016 10:06:38 PM

Machine ISO Safety Standards Explained

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With so many rules and regulations related to safety, it can be confusing to figure them all out.

To help clear things up, we do our best to explain the ISO 12100:2010, ISO 14121-1:2007, ISO 13849-1:2006 Safety Standards

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Sentinel Machine Safety

OSHA Compliance

May 3, 2016 9:37:00 PM

Simply Being “OSHA Compliant” Is Not Enough

Clients often ask: Does OSHA require compliance with ISO 13849, (such as evaluating a machine control system to insure it meets the correct Performance Level)? Perhaps a more accurate question is: What is the difference between compliance and liability?

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Posted in Standards and Compliance By Sentinel Machine Safety

Simply Being “OSHA Compliant” Is Not Enough

Clients often ask: Does OSHA require compliance with ISO 13849, (such as evaluating a machine control system to insure it meets the correct Performance Level)? Perhaps a more accurate question is: What is the difference between compliance and liability?

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Posted in Standards and Compliance By Sentinel Machine Safety
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