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    Machinery Safety Alliance – 2014 Seminar Programme(31/03/2014)

    Now in its third year, the Machinery Safety Alliance - a collective of leading companies in the field of machinery safety - has announced its 2014 Seminar Programme.

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    Safety, safeguarding and productivity: The MSA 2013 seminar programme(30/01/2013)

    Following the success of its 2012 machinery safety seminars, the Machinery Safety Alliance (MSA) is planning to run a further four seminars in 2013.

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    Machinery Safety Alliance inaugural seminar hailed a success(28/05/2012)

    Over 50 delegates attended last week's inaugural seminar staged by the newly formed Machinery Safety Alliance (MSA) at the Space Centre, Leicester. Delegates were given expert insights into all aspects of machinery safety and were supported by the Health & Safety Laboratory (an agency of the HSE). The MSA reports very positive feedback from this event.

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    HSL to participate in MSA's inaugural 2012 seminar series(01/02/2012)

    The UK Health and Safety Laboratory (HSL), an agency of the Health & Safety Executive, will open and present at each Machinery Safety Alliance (MSA) seminar in 2012 - adding the perspective of the agency responsible for enforcing UK law on machine safety. Richard Brooks, Machinery Safety Specialist, will represent the UK HSL at each seminar, bringing with him an important and impartial view, based upon the perspective of the HSE inspectors who attend machine safety incidents.

  • An alliance for machine safety in the UK(01/02/2012)

    On New Year‘s Eve we bade farewell to 2011 - and the standard EN 954-1 - and we welcomed in the new Machinery Safety Alliance, a collaboration between Festo, Fortress Interlocks, Pilz Automation Technology, Troax, UK Engineering, and WERMA - each providing expertise from its own field to help machine builders and users make sense of safety, and to safeguard their productivity. Les Hunt reports