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How manufacturers can minimize human error in an automated workplace
Jan 20- Automation has been lauded by manufacturers and engineers everywhere as the answer to consistency and quality. It takes basic tasks out of human hands, giving employees the time to focus on more important tasks like business development and strategic initiatives.
Six Common OSHA Violations in the Beer Brewing Industry
Jan 9- An article by Mark Heuchert on online media source for beer fans and brewery workers, Craft Brewing Business, breaks down the top six violations brewery employers have been facing and how breweries can better follow regulations.
The Imperfections of Accident Analysis
Jan 6- In our first paper together, The Imperfections of Accident Analysis (Loss Prevention Bulletin 270, December 2019) we look at four key ideas that help us understand the real world of work.
Expert tackles fuel explosions, safety challenges with innovative protection system
Jan 4- To reduce fire incidents, eliminate losses and guard against downtime especially in the petrol chemical industry, an innovative protection system, ExploStop has been introduced to the country to reduce the risk of explosion when storing or transporting fuels.
Human error, a major factor in crashes on N3 toll route
Dec 13- Durban - Between January and October this year, a total of 933 crashes were reported on the N3 highway, with 315 cars and 255 trucks involved in single-vehicle crashes.