Most first-world countries today have occupational health and safety (OHS) laws in place to protect its workers' life and health. Those laws may require, for example, placing signs warning of the normal operation of a safety valve or installing eye wash stations in case a worker is splashed in the face with a hazardous chemical. Safety devices may also come in the form of preventative solutions like sensors applied to areas where operator intervention is required, reducing the likelihood the operator's finger, hand or body are fed into the equipment.



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  1. 7 - 9 August 2012, Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre Discover Everything Safety at WA’s Largest Workplace Health & Safety Trade Show

  2. 17 - 19 April 2012, Melbourne Exhibition Centre Australia's no. 1 safety event is more than just a trade show. It’s a must see event for anyone in the safety industry.

  3. 23 - 25 October 2012 - Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park Australia's Largest Workplace Health & Safety Trade Show

  4. Magnetic Tool Hook and Cable Hooks

  5. Master Lock Lockout Kits combined commonly used electrical and valve lockout devices for individual workers.

  6. If the definition of safety is keeping people out of all dangerous situations, an effective safety padlock is crucial.

  7. Do you ever need to prohibit access to a push button or switch while a machine is being serviced?

  8. Butterfly valves can be found in almost all manufacturing, mining and industrial facilities and at some point, will need to be locked out to perform maintenance.

  9. Mayo Hardware is pleased to add a range of innovative Confined Space Control Covers (CSCC) to its expanding range of lockout/tagout accessories.