IntraLogisteX exhibitor Axelent has launched a handbook on machine safety that guides the reader through a jungle of laws, regulations, EU directives and requirements. The book also takes up the certifications and labels that are important to look out for.
The author, Matthias Schulz, is an independent machine safety consultant who is collaborating in a joint venture with Axelent AB, Sweden and Axelent GmbH, Germany. He said he decided to create the book because there was no single source for the information required. “For many people, reading weighty EU directives, conducting research into standards and carrying out risk assessments is like climbing a mountain. This is why we created Axelent Safety Book, a unique guide that answers the trickiest questions in a simple and comprehensible way.
“The book is different and we hope the reader will find it that way as well. It presents rules and regulations and illustrates principles and solutions with plenty of graphics. And best of all: you don’t need to read the guide cover-to-cover, simply leaf through the book and begin where it attracts your attention.”
The IntraLogisteX Exhibition will be returning to the Ericsson Exhibition Hall 2 of the Ricoh Arena in Coventry, and will take place on Wednesday 15th and Thursday 16th March 2017.
Registration for the exhibition is now open. The event gives visitors the chance to explore all of the latest cutting-edge intralogistics innovations and find out which products best suite their operations.
The 2016 exhibition boasted a 20 per cent increase in visitor numbers.