Posted in Machine Safety on Aug 03, 2017 by Warren Spiers
If you’ve ever been involved in machine safety or machine risk assessments then I’m sure you’ve heard someone – it may even have been you – say this or something similar to this. It’s common...
Posted in Machine Safety on Mar 13, 2017 by Warren Spiers
Warren Spiers, Managing Director at Spiers Engineering Safety, looks at the possible changes that may come, following our exit from the EU.
Posted in Machine Safety on Dec 12, 2016 by Warren Spiers
What attributes and skills do you need in order to be an effective machine safety engineer in any organisation? Warren Spiers of Spiers Engineering Safety explores the ins and outs of machine safety engineering.
Posted in Machine Safety on Jul 06, 2016 by Warren Spiers
The aim of this beginners guide is to explain machinery safety in the UK in a way that you will read without getting very bored very quickly. It is not intended to be the definitive guide to everything in machinery safety and in some areas detail has been sacrificed for simplicity. This means that in some cases, due to the detail being slimmed down for readability, the general rules of thumb might not apply, so you should always seek expert advice if you have any doubts.
Posted in Machine Safety on Jun 09, 2016 by Warren Spiers
John is an Engineering Manager. John, like most engineering managers, has huge responsibilities and not enough time or resources. He is stuck in the middle between the demands of PRODUCTION and those of SAFETY. If you’re like John, we know you have a hell of a lot on your plate.