European and International Standards/Regulations require the consideration of all possible risks by the designers, manufacturers and end users of electrical and electronic equipment of machines, so that potential injuries are minimised.
Internationally there are strong indications of a fundamental shift of emphasis in safety legislation from prescriptive regulations to the risk management (goal setting) approach. This approach places primary legal responsibility on owners and operators to adopt ‘best available’ technology and methodology to ensure safety.
This evolving change ensures accountability but does not necessarily lead to accident prevention. Asset owners and operators are perhaps more liable than ever before and can no longer plead conformance to prescribed standards when things go wrong.
Eliminate the risk of human error or negligence in the safety procedure by aimimg to have fail safe systems in place.
Sigma Hellas is offering a full range of approved modular safety systems that include electrical, electromechanical, and mechanical devoces such as emergency stop relays, safety gate monitors, two hand relays, overrun relays, speed monitors, standstill monitors, timer relays, programmable safety relays, Safety Controls & Monitors, Safety Signaling, Safety Sensors, Safety Motion Controls, Programmable Safety Systems (PSS), Safe Bus Systems, Safe Machine Interface, Safe Touch Screens, interlocking systems.