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Infographic: Who Primarily Makes Decisions Regarding Safety on Your Machines?

Dec. 6, 2013
52.2% of Survey Respondents Rely on Machine Builders to Decide What and How Much Safety Equipment Their Machines Need

An electronic survey of Control Design readers was conducted in October 2013 in order to identify usage and application trends of machine safety among the industrial machine builders that comprise Control Design's readership.

To decide what and how much safety equipment their machines need, 52.2% of the respondents rely on machine builders; 25.6% say end users choose; and 22.2% report that system integrators decide.

Read all survey results.

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