Machine Guarding Systems
Industrial safety fencing, also known as machine guarding systems or perimeter fencing, is designed to safely separate personnel, equipment, and/or property from harm or loss. As moving machine parts may present a danger to workers, it is crucial for industrial machines to have guards in place during operations to prevent injury. Machine guarding systems is also an economical solution for industrial safety needs. While all safety fencing is designed to perform the same basic task of protecting personnel from potential injuries, there are different kinds of fencing for different applications. Here at Corson Fabricating, we offer NAAMs standard, GM standard, and quality custom safety fencing. Our safety fencing can be used in a variety of industrial applications and is constructed to meet your specifications.
OSHA & ANSI/RIA R15.06 Compliant
The U.S Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA, includes a set of guidelines regarding safety fencing to protect workers from being injured by moving machine parts. In order to be OSHA compliant, machine guards must prevent direct contact, be secure, protect workers from falling objects, do not create a new hazard, allow for safe machine lubrication, and do not interfere with the worker’s job. At Corson Fabricating, we strive to be OSHA and ANSI/RIA compliant in all our industrial safety fencing products.
In addition to being a solution for preventing machine-related injuries to workers, our machine guarding systems can also offer a variety of benefits. Their versatility and flexibility allow for reuse potential and diverse applications. Despite the toughness of the materials used for safety fencing, our products’ installation process is very easy. All our industrial safety fences are cost-effective can be easily modified and made to your specifications while providing your personnel with protection.
Machine guarding systems can be used for a variety of applications including:
- Machine perimeter guarding
- Conveyor perimeter guarding
- Robotic work cells
- Press break equipment stations
- Laser cutting areas
- Metal stamping areas
- Punching stations
- Robotic welding areas
- Pallet conveyor areas
- Tool cribs
- Server rooms & data colocation centers
- Hazardous waste storage
- Electrical switchgears
- And many more...