Design methodology and the Myth of Common Sense
|00:00||What’s on this episode?|
The Risk Reduction Hierarchy: Eliminate/Substitute, Safeguard, Warn, Train, PPE
Discussing the effectiveness of each step in reducing risk.
|EN 292–1 (obsolete), EN 292–2 (obsolete), ISO 12100–1 (obsolete), ISO 12100–2 (obsolete), CSA Z432|
EN 292 and ISO 12100–1/-2 were replaced by EN ISO 12100:2010 and ISO 12100:2010.
|5:23||Hazard Based Safety Engineering approach to risk reduction|
|7:45||Hazard Warning Labels||ANSI Z535 family, ISO 3864, ISO 7000|
|10:45||CSA Z321 – Not a product labelling standard!||CSA Z321 This standard has been withdrawn by CSA.|
|11:30||ANSI Z535.6 – Hazard warnings in user documentation.|
|12:30||Why do Risk Assessments on your product? Advantages and Disadvantages|
|19:05||The Myth of Common Sense! Kitchen knives, laser cutters and why common sense isn’t so common.|
|21:37||The Angle Grinder Case|
|24:00||Is the product Safe Enough? US OSHA, Ontario OHSA & Ontario Regulation 851.|
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