Take a deep dive into the practical implications of risk assessment and your products.
Fully Evaluating Performance and Safety Considerations is Critical to Successful Deployment As wireless communications technology opens the door to limitless possibilities within the transportation sector, man... Read More...
This month, we’ll look at risk assessment, a fundamental element not only of labeling, but of the overall safety of your products
This article will discuss risk assessment techniques before and after sale and some of the legal and practical implications arising from their use.
Generalized Formula for the Calculation of a Probabilistic Metric for Random Hardware Failures in Redundant Systems
ISO 26262 defines the probabilistic metric for random hardware failures (PMHF) as the average probability of a violation of a safety goal associated with a failure over a vehicle’s lifetime and architecture metrics. In this article, we propose a method to calculate the PMHF and expand the application to redundant subsystems that are not adequately described in the standard.
Federal consumer protection agencies in the three major North American countries have signed an agreement affirming their intent to cooperate in protecting their nations' citizens from unsafe products.
The Commission of the European Union (EU) has an updated list of standards that can be used to demonstrate conformity with the essential requirements of its Directive 89/686/EEC concerning personal protective e... Read More...
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has voted unanimously to eliminate mandatory, third-party testing for seven plastics with specific additives used in children’s toys and other child care artic... Read More...
How does safety work? That is, given a hazardous situation, how do we prevent injury from that situation?
A new symbol is being standardized for arc flash – and it’s an important step forward for safety.