Product Safety & Warnings Design Analysis

Product Safety & Warnings Design AnalysisThe American Society of Safety Engineers, Dictionary of terms used in the Safety Profession, Defines human factors engineering as “The engineering application of information from the biological and behavioral sciences to the design or redesign of components and systems as a means of better fitting jobs to people in order to improve safety and performance. Operators who use machines and equipment that are so designed are not likely to be stressed beyond the limits of their capabilities.” Basically, human factors engineering is a science which combines engineering and psychology to design and/or provide people with safe and efficient living and working conditions. Knowledge of human psychological and physiological capabilities and the use of scientific methodology provide details necessary to evaluate product systems and the user’s ability to perceive and interact with the existing environment.

Projects undertaken by SPA inc., have included analysis of the following:

  • Meat Slicing Machinery
  • Aerial Manlifts
  • Power Presses
  • Power Chain Saws
  • Hand Tools
  • Floor Products
  • Printing Presses
  • Hunting Knives
  • Garage Doors
  • Augers
  • Cranes
  • Gymnasium Equipment
  • Construction Hoists
  • Forklifts
  • Electric Saws
  • Swimming Pools
  • Children’s Toys
  • Farm Equipment
  • Batteries
  • Wood Shredders – Chippers
  • Overhead Truck Doors
  • Tires

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