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Your regulatory toolkit for successful technical safety

With its vast and varying range of complicated codes and stringent standards, technical safety can be difficult to fully understand let alone fully achieve. As these regulations become even stricter, companies need a clear, comprehensible regulatory outlook to keep workers safe and operations compliant.

What is technical safety and what does it involve?

Considerations for technical safety reach beyond maintaining machinery. Today, companies are required to ensure that workers can perform work in a safe manner through meeting various machine and tool safety regulations, electrical codes and OSHA safe procedures standards.

Identify next steps with tailored compliance guidance

Understand your company’s applicable requirements and how to achieve them through worldwide regulatory coverage and expert explanations of technical and facility issues, lifting issues, fall protection, pressure systems safety, electric and explosive atmospheres, as well as issues relating to PPE and driver safety.

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Machinery and work equipment

Be clear on the regulations for equipment and facilities, including required documentation, certification and labels as well as the keys to proper lock out/tag out.

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Lifting and material handling equipment

Identify and address requirements related to cranes, slings, hoists, forklifts, elevators for people and for goods as well as loading bays, trains and trucks.

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Personal protective equipment

Provide the necessary personal protective equipment (PPE) and enforce its lawful use with a clear understanding of what types of PPE should be used and by whom.

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Pressure vessels and systems

Keep compliant in pressure vessels and systems use, transport, storage, maintenance, inspection and testing.

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Space-specific regulations

Put in place proper measures and procedures for managing potentially explosive atmospheres, confined spaces and work done at heights.

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Activity-specific requirements

Meet obligations related to particular on-the-job activities, including those for electrical, laboratory and driver safety as well as for welding, cutting, hot work, sandblasting and diving tasks.

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Ensure laboratory safety

in extraction hoods, waste segregation and storage.

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Properly manage potentially explosive atmospheres

with investigations, documents and preventive measures.

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Navigate the details of driver safety

with expert guidance on special requirements.

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Provide the necessary personal protective equipment

and enforce its lawful use.

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Keep compliant in pressure vessels

and systems use, transport, storage, maintenance, inspection and testing.

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Identify issues in lifting and material handling equipment

such as elevators, cranes, forklifts, and trucks.

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Unmatched regulatory knowledge for understanding technical safety

Worldwide coverage

with local expertise

Full-scope forecasts

of evolving trends

Standardized information

for consistency across sites
Maintain compliance everywhere you operate

Ensure that all machinery and tools are maintained and in good condition according to the law of each location, leveraging our global team’s specialized regulatory knowledge in over 300 jurisdictions.

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Monitor more than emerging legislation

Stay up to date on – and compliant with – increasingly strict requirements for with future forecasts on maintenance, inspections and revisions issues, including details on evolving laws, policies, and trends.

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Keep everyone safe with teams on the same page

Reduce the risk that comes from varying human behavior and increase cooperation across your worldwide team with a uniform and easy-to-use format to see and share the same regulatory information and reporting.

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