A wave of prosecutions related to guarding and the safe use of machinery are an eyeopener to the complacency of business in keeping their workers safe from potential harm according to Craig Carlyle of HasTrak.
Accidents, near misses and other health and safety incidents not only have the potential to cause serious harm to workers but they can also seriously impact on the productivity and efficiency of a worksite.
Charles Clifton, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Auckland, shares where a decade of analysis and rebuilding has brought us to since the 2011 Christchurch earthquakes.
With global sustainability legislations shifting the automotive market away from combustion engines, you’ve probably heard somebody utter “my next car will be electric”. If you haven’t, it’s likely you will soon. However, one fuel source doesn’t fit all. Making the green shift in the automotive market will require other sustainable fuel sources.
The skilled and challenging engineering jobs that others hesitate to do are part of the growing success story at Hydraulink, which is keeping machinery in optimum condition for Australian light and heavy equipment sales and service specialist, Semco.
Konecranes modernisations lead the way to new safety and efficiency for EOT workhorses.
John Young, APAC sales director for automation parts supplier EU Automation, looks at what this futuristic technology has to offer to the world of manufacturing.
Following a year of uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic, New Zealand’s leading trade exhibition will once again resume from 13 to 15 April 2021.
Even with everything that is now known about the dangers of welding fume, only 20% of Australian and New Zealand welders answered ‘Yes’ to AWS’s survey when they were asked if they felt protected from welding fume at work.
The New Zealand minerals sector looks forward to engaging with government on its task of developing feasible, practicable and effective pathways for climate change action.