A critical safety system is a safety control system responsible for ensuring the safety of a person when approaching or accessing a hazard. Failure of the critical safety system will leave a person exposed to the hazard, and in danger. Critical safety systems may include barriers or guards fitted to prevent access, or integrated complex interlocking and presence sensing systems.
Equipments are essential in the designing, developing, constructing, manufacturing, supplying fields of any commodity. A machine is an apparatus used for the mechanical power and has several parts, each with a definite function, which together performs a particular task.
In some cases, people exposed to these hazards may not show signs of injury or illness for years. Where people are at risk of injury due to harmful emissions from machinery and equipment, the emissions should be controlled at their source.
• Oil leaks from machinery and/or equipment may present a serious slip hazard. By preventing oil leaks through routine maintenance, or containing leaking oil with a drip tray or through spill containment strategies, the risk the hazard presents is controlled.