CSA-Z432-04: Safeguarding of Machinery
CSA-Z434-14: Industrial Robots and Robot Systems
CSA-Z142-10: Power Press Operation
CSA-Z460-13: Control of Hazardous Energy - Lockout and Other Methods
CSA-Z462-15: Workplace Electrical Safety
1910 subpart 0 : Machinery and Machine Guarding
1910.211 : Definitions
1910.212 : General Requirements for all Machines
1910.217 : Mechanical Power Presses
B11.1 : Machine Tools, Mechanical Power Presses
B11.19: Performance Criteria for Safeguarding
RIA 15.06: Industrial Robots and Robots Systems
ISO 12100 : 2010 General Principles for Design
EN954-1 : 1996 Safety-Related Parts Of Control Systems - Part 1 : General Principles For Design
ISO 13849-1 : 2008 Safety-Related Parts of Control Systems
ISO 13849-2 : 2012 Safety-Related Parts of Control Systems - Part 2: Validation
ISO 11161 : 2007 Integrated Manufacturing Systems – Basic Requirements
ISO 13850 : 2015 Emergency Stop Function - Principles for Design
ISO 13857 : 2008 Safety Distances to Prevent Hazard Zones Being Reached by Upper and Lower Limbs
ISO 10218-1 : 2011 Robots and Robotic Devices - Safety Requirements for Industrial Robots - Part 1: Robots
ISO 10218-2 : 2011 Robots and Robotic Devices - Safety Requirements for Industrial Robots - Part 2: Robot Systems and Integration
IEC 61496-1 Electro-Sensitive Protective Equipment - Part 1: General Requirements and Tests
IEC 6149-2 Electro-sensitive protective equipment
EC 60947-5-1 Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear - Part 5-1: Control circuit devices and switching elements - Electromechanical control circuit devices
CSA Group Certifications enable companies to enter new markets, launch innovative products and build customer confidence through the approved CSA brand.
ANSI is an institute regulating safety standards for ladder safety, fall protection, construction safety, clothing and equipment, workplace surfaces and occupational health and safety.
RIA plays a leading role in the robotics industry by proactively evaluating the work environment to provide safety resources as robotic applications continue to grow.
IEC helps protect human lives by producing international safety standards that consider the integrity of facilities and systems and by conducting conformity assessments.
ISO, the International Organization for Standardization, establishes and publishes International Standards that define requirements, specifications, guidelines, or features that are routinely used to ensure the suitability of materials, products, processes, and services.
OSHA’s mission is to ensure safe workplaces by establishing and enforcing standards and providing training, awareness and education. Employers must comply with all applicable OSHA standards.
NORMES CANADIENNES, NORD-AMÉRICAINES ET INTERNATIONALES SUR LA SÉCURITÉ DES MACHINES – Selection of the main standards currently available on machine safety. It ensures respect for Quebec workers and employers.
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