"Practical Machinery Safety" aims to provide you with the knowledge to tackle machinery safety control problems at a practical level whilst achieving compliance with national and international standards.
The book highlights the major international standards that are used to support compliance with EU regulations and uses these standards as a basis for the design procedures. It looks at the risk assessment processes used to identify hazards and to quantify the risks inherent in a machine. It introduces the concepts of safety categories as defined by standard EN954-1 (Safety of Machinery) and illustrates the principles of failsafe design, fault tolerance and self-testing.
It also provides an introduction to machinery protection devices such as guards, enclosures with interlocks and guard-monitoring relays, locking systems, safety mats, photo-electric and electro-sensitive principles and the application of light curtains, a study of Safety Control System techniques, and introduces the principles of safety-certified PLCs.
1.Plan and implement safety systems that deliver a safe working environment and compliance with national and international standards.
2.Apply simple risk assessments and hazard design methods to your own projects
3.Identify hazards that occur with machinery and know how to deal with them
.."a very practical and useful book which is well worth reading and studying"
HEALTH AND SAFETY REVIEW, Jan/Feb 2005
|Introduction to the machinery safety workshop|
|Guide to Regulations and Standards|
|Risk assessment and risk reduction|
|Design procedures for safety controls|
|Emergency-stop monitoring and the safety relay|
|Sensors and devices for machinery protection|
|Application Guidelines for Protection Devices|
|Programmable Systems for Safety Controls|
|Introduction to Standards for Programmable Systems|
|Appendices including References, Glossary, PUWER, Fault-tree analysis|
|Practical exercises and answers|
|Table of Contents provided by Publisher. All Rights Reserved.|
Series: Practical Professional Books from Elsevier
Number Of Pages: 304
Published: 23rd September 2004
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 25.65 x 17.76 x 1.65
Weight (kg): 0.54