Since Wandling Engineering was founded in 1976, we have made industrial safety and hazard analysis areas of focus. We investigate accidents and evaluate accident prevention programs, lock-out tag-out programs, failure modes and effects analyses, and machine safeguarding. Wandling Engineering is well-versed and up-to-date on OSHA regulations, and our specialists include an authorized OSHA trainer.
Wandling Engineering is experienced in evaluating and analyzing the types and methods of safeguarding for a wide range of equipment and products. Safeguarding industrial machinery and equipment is comprised of methods and techniques to isolate hazards to provide a reasonably safe environment for individuals who may be operating, servicing, or working near the equipment. Considerations in such an environment include operator protection, point of operation protection, machine interlocks, and machine controls. We are knowledgeable about machine-dependent hazards associated with the products and about industry safeguarding techniques including physical barrier guards, movable barrier devices, presence sensing devices, operator control devices, and guarding by location.