Additional Safety Organizations and Links

May 3, 2010
For more information on these topics, reference the following links.

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American National Standards Institute (ANSI) www.ansi.org •  European Norm (EN) www.cenelec.org •  International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) www.iec.ch •  National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) www.nfpa.org •  Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) www.osha.gov •  Robotics Industries Association (RIA) www.robotics.org •  The Instrumentation, Systems, and Automation Society (ISA) www.isa.org•  Chemical Safety Board (CSB) www.csb.gov •  CFSE www.cfse.org.Some Safety Standards You Should Be Familiar With:
•  ISO 12100-1 and ISO 14121: Safety of machinery—principles for design and risk assessment.•  IEC 60204-1: Safety of electrical equipment•  NFPA79 (2006): Electrical Standard for Industrial Machinery•  ISO 13849-1, -2: Safety related parts of machinery (SRPCS)•  IEC 61326-3-1: EMC and functional machinery•  IEC 61508: Functional Safety (basic standard)•  IEC61496: Safety•  IEC61131-6: Safety for PLCs•  IEC61800-5-2: Safety function for drives•  IEC 61511: Standards for fire and gas systems•  ANSI B11.19: Performance criteria for the design, construction, care and operation of safeguarding•  ANSI B11.TR6: Safety control systems for machine tools•  ANSI/RIA15.06, CAN/CSA Z434: Safety requirements for robots and robot systems•  IEC 62061: Functional safety of safety-related electrical, electric and programmable electronic control systems.Standards for Risk Assessment:•  ANSI B11.TR3: Risk Assessment and risk reduction—A guide to estimate, evaluate and reduce risks associated with machine tools•  ANSI B11.2008: General safety requirements common to ANSI B11 machines•  ISO 14121: Safety of machinery – principles of risk assessment.

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