Collect a free machinery safety CD-Rom at MACH 2008

Procter Machine Guarding will be on stand number 4499 at MACH 2008, which takes place at the NEC, Birmingham, from 21-25 April. Visitors to Procter's stand can request a free CD-Rom containing the latest versions of the company's popular guides and utilities:

  • Guide to Machine Safety Standards
  • Risk Assessment Calculator
  • Safety Distance Calculator
  • Guide to the New Machinery Directive
  • Machine Accident Investigation Kit

One of the highlights on Procter's stand will be a range of machine shop guards that have not previously been exhibited. Visitors can also take a close look at examples from the comprehensive yet cost-effective Satech modular perimeter guarding system.

Machine guarding specialists will be available throughout the five days to discuss bespoke guarding with engineers who are designing new machines or upgrading existing machines. All types of machinery can be catered for, including machine tools, special-purpose machines, assembly cells, conveyors and more.

Anyone wishing to make an appointment to speak with someone from Procter Machine Guarding at a specific time during the show should email If you are not able to attend the exhibition, you can download the machinery safety guides and tools from the Free Downloads section of the company's website.

Procter Machine Safety

11. Pantglas Industrial Estate
CF83 8XD

+44 (0)2920 882222

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