Fortress joins the Alliance
23 January 2013
Safety Interlocking company Fortress Interlocks is a member of the Machine Safety Alliance with Festo, Pilz Automation Technology, Troax, UK Engineering, and Werma. The Machine Safety Alliance aims to share its collec
The Machine Safety Alliance aims to share its collective knowledge and expertise to help machine builders and users make sense of safety and safeguard their productivity.
The withdrawal of safety standard EN 954-1 means that EN ISO 13849 will become the most widely used standard for the design, verification and validations of the safety related parts of control systems.
The Machine Safety Alliance brings together experts of the collective technologies under one roof to provide comprehensive safety knowledge that is more readily accessible.
Tony Baggott, sales and marketing manager at Fortress Interlocks said: "The Machine Safety Alliance is a non-profit organisation.
Our hope is to help companies under stand and comply with safety regulations while balancing productivity."