At SafeTek our goal is to make the process of achieving safety compliance as painless as possible and we only suggest making modifications to your equipment if it is completely necessary. However, in the event that your equipment does require any changes we believe in designing it right the first time.
SafeTek Engineering's team of engineers provide Safety Design solutions for:
At SafeTek, we work with your suppliers to ensure that all of your equipment arrives at your facility compliant with relevant safety standards, including Section 7 (Regulation 851) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act. We ensure that your equipment is not over-engineered to maximize operability, while certifying that it is compliant with applicable standards. While the Occupational Health and Safety Act states that the owner, lessee or employer is responsible for ensuring that relevant equipment is PSR certified prior to start-up, SafeTek has tailored it's own approach for passing this responsibility on to the supplier. As a representative of your team, we work with your supplier to ensure that all equipment arrives at your plant fully operational. Once it arrives we can provide the PSR sign-off and take on the accompanying liabilities to help you begin operations seamlessly.
According to Section 7 (Regulation 851) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, even existing equipment must meet the standards and requires a Pre-Start Health and Safety Review. In the event, that modifications are needed to help achieve compliance, SafeTek's team of engineers can help you review your equipment and if as PSR is required we can help you identify to the most efficient modifications to achieve compliance with OHSA standards. Our engineers work alongside your team and machine builders to analyze your equipment and identify the most efficient and cost-effective ways to achieve safety compliance. Please see our Turnkey safety solutions section if you are interested in full-service assistance in getting your entire plant up to current safety standards. For more information you can read a Case Study about some of the pitfalls some companies encounter when designing their own equipment.