Improving industrial workplace safety and compliance with OSHA, ANSI, NFPA, RIA, and ISO/EN machine safety standards is an area of top concern for OH&S and EH&S professionals. Our trusted workplace solutions are powered by our experts here at Clarion Safety Systems, through our subsidiary company Machine Safety Specialists. We have over 30 years of experience in safety engineering, including the design and assessment of critical safety systems for automated machinery, robotics, and industrial equipment – for machine users and equipment operators alike. We’re committed to being your partner every step of the way, providing customized solutions in line with your specific needs. That includes risk assessments conducted by our TÜV certified safety engineers, machine guarding, functional safety, and clear guidance on safety codes and standards compliance.
We provide full-service machine safety and workplace liability prevention capabilities through our team of experts – each with specific areas of proficiency. Our safety experts can help safety managers, control engineers, and plant managers in the following areas:
Risk Assessment Programs
Our seasoned, TÜV certified safety engineers can guide you through your risk assessment options – which include both on-site and remote services – in order to help increase safety, fulfill OSHA requirements, and follow today’s ANSI/RIA and ISO best practice standards.
With a personalized review of your facility’s equipment, our trained safety engineers can provide specific recommendations and guidance formulated in a plan designed to communicate with fabricators, integrators, and construction companies who will install safeguarding systems.
Functional Safety/ Control Reliability
With our safety verification and validation services, our experienced, certified safety engineers apply our specialized knowledge and real-world experience to your application, verifying compliance with regulatory requirements and validating machine safety functions.
Machine Safety Training
Available through instructor led training on site, online, and in e-learning courses, learn about advanced machine safety issues for automated machinery, included OSHA requirements, control reliability and functional safety, the application of ISO safety standards, and more.