Come say hello to Adam Haroz, one of CTI’s Engineering Managers, as he will be speaking at this year’s Region IV VPPPA Conference in Chattanooga, TN on June 19th.
Adam Haroz will be discussing how the regulations governing industrial machinery have shifted the need for conducting risk assessments on robotic systems from a good practice to now a mandatory requirement. The discussion will emphasize the benefits of conducting an on-site risk assessment. It will also highlight the need to identify the hazards and assess the potential risks associated with robot operations when selecting and designing safeguarding measures. He will review the methodology for conducting a risk assessment for different robotic systems, as well as other industrial equipment, how to assess the adequacy of current safeguards, and methods for determining the risk reduction measures required.
The Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) is designed to encourage cooperative efforts between employees, management and OSHA for the purpose of improving workplace safety and health. The VPP concept recognizes that workplace safety and health can be enforced in a compliance atmosphere and can be enhanced in a cooperative atmosphere. OSHA recognizes and partners with worksites that demonstrate excellence in Safety and Health.
Region IV VPPPA is the region that serves the eight Southeast states. (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee)
CTI’s President, PH Haroz, has completed a goal 9 years in the making. PH recently completed running 50 marathons in all 50 states. Now that the US is off his list, we look forward to seeing him run a marathon on every continent. Keep up the great work!
Norcross, GA – Building on its 30+ year legacy as a leading environmental and safety engineering firm, CTI (Conversion Technology, Inc.) announces a new and exciting strategic partnership with industrial safety solutions manufacturer, Fike and the world’s leading bolted steel tank, silo and aluminum dome manufacturer, CST Industries.
Conversion Technology Inc. (CTI) is celebrating its 30th year of business. For the last 30 years, CTI has been assisting our clients across the United States achieve environmental and safety compliance.
CTI began its existence as a firm that designed systems for the conversion of waste material to energy and other useful by-products. We completed the design and installation of a system that was fueled by cotton seed husks and was able to generate the energy required for the drying of raw cotton. This system converted the cotton waste to energy. This style of energy conversion was the origin of the name “Conversion Technology Inc.”
The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) is getting more stringent, both with regulations and enforcement, on machine guarding violations. They are targeting industries with higher risks of potential injuries from machinery. Despite this move by OSHA towards greater expectations from industry, there is still a large cultural gap between employers and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) regarding who is ultimately responsible for ensuring that the machinery is guarded in compliance with OSHA regulations. Continue reading ““But It Came That Way”: The Roles, Responsibilities, and Accountability of Machine Guarding”→
We’re very excited to launch the newly designed and developed Conversion Technology, Inc. website. This is a soft launch. We’ll continue to add and adjust our content and functionality over the next few weeks.
One of the main goals of the redesign involves accessibility. Our end goal is a site that’s easy to navigate, with content that’s easy to understand.
Corporate health, safety and sustainability isn’t always easy to achieve, nor is it easy to describe online. The information we share here is vital to running your business effectively and safely.
There are many rules and regulations that you must follow. You’re required to keep your workplace safe, by law. We’re here for you to turn to when you’ve got questions and concerns about the safety of your employees, equipment and more.
Do you worry that you’re not doing all you can to reduce your environmental footprint? Are you concerned about unknown hazards in your workplace? Do you find yourself feeling less than ready for your upcoming OSHA inspection?
Running a business isn’t easy. Running a business that meets OSHA guidelines is even more difficult. It’s important to know who you can turn to when you need information and assistance. We want you to turn to Conversion Technology, Inc. when you have questions. We want you to bookmark this website as a resource as you strive to comply with safety and health regulations..
What can we do to make this website an even more valuable resource? What’s missing? What would you like to see as we continue to adjust the site before our hard launch? With your assistance we can make the new Conversion Technology, Inc. website a valuable and effective resource for your business.
Feel free to leave a comment below, letting us know how our company, and our website, can better serve your needs.