Risk assessments are living documents that follow machinery from inception to decommission. This documentation and process helps owners implement and maintain a suitable and safe environment for their employees. It is important that risk assessments are not only thorough, but easy to create and follow. The process of designing and maintaining safety systems for automated equipment can be broken down into 5 simple steps.
When you purchase new equipment, it is critical to ensure it will perform as expected after it arrives at your facility. A factory acceptance test (FAT) is a way of verifying that newly manufactured factory equipment adheres to your purchase order specifications and other requirements before it is shipped to your site. This article will discuss the benefits of FAT testing and how to ensure your test is a success.
COOKEVILLE, TN—ATC Automation has delivered a state-of-the-art, modular automated assembly system for a global leader in drug manufacturing and drug delivery medical devices to. The system was designed and built at ATC’s campus in Cookeville, TN, and installed at the customer’s assembly plant on the East Coast.
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