Brake Press Sensor Override

Assessing the risk of machinery is complex. TEG Risk Director Hamish Baker recently spoke with SafeGuard Magazine to highlight the importance of ensuring assessors are competent, willing to involve operators, and are able to clearly communicate outcomes to senior stakeholders.

In the article, Hamish details an incident involving a brake press sensor override, providing context and a detailed background, while also laying out the lessons learned and opportunities for risk mitigation that were missed.

The incident profiled clearly demonstrates the importance of risk assessment, as the foundation of a safe workplace. To read the full article, use the button below.

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