Machine Guarding

Most employers today have at least a basic understanding of safety issues and accept that their employees are one of the company's biggest assets. But many still see machine guarding expenditure as a necessary evil rather than a key investment that can really help deliver improved productivity.

If guards are well designed they will not interfere with efficient operation; ill-considered guards invariably do. Worse than that, poorly designed guards encourage operators, maintenance staff and management to bypass them, leading to poor production and high risks for all concerned so when DC|Eng are tasked with guarding machiny we bare all of this in mind and install effective saftey devices with good operational features.