Category Archives: Factory Safety

Maximizing Operator Comfort and Safety to Increase Productivity: Part 2

In the metalworking industry, one of the major challenges is increase productivity, which can ultimately be achieved through reducing downtime and increasing yield. Tools that can withstand the harsh environments and rigors of the job, feature an ergonomic design and … Continue reading

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It Only Takes a Spark

While sparks may be avoidable during your operations, fires are not. Potential fire risks can be reduced dramatically with effective spark arrestance and fire suppressant technologies and here’s how.

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Welding Safety: Eye Injury Prevention

Eye injuries represent one-quarter of all welding injuries, making them by a wide margin the most common recognized injury for welders. Those most at danger for welding-related eye injuries are workers in industries that produce industrial and commercial machinery, computer … Continue reading

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Milling Machine Safety

Milling machines are widely used in fabrication plants, using rotary cutters to remove material from a workpiece, it can become quite a dangerous tool if not used correctly. In this article we at BWM Services are going to cover with … Continue reading

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Metal Rollers: Uses and Safety

Metal rollers are a quick and efficient way to bend metal into desirable shapes and tubes with precision. These tools are dangerous in many ways and without proper use and safety, the operator could become seriously injured. In this article … Continue reading

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