Carlyle, Craig
February 2014
DEMM: Engineering & Manufacturing;Feb2014, p31
Trade Publication
The article identifies the issues that will become part of the agenda of the Maintenance Engineering Society of New Zealand in 2014. Topics discussed include the implementation of the new Safe Use of Machinery Guidelines and the alignment with the Australian Standard AS4024. The creation of the Health and Safety Professionals Alliance is also mentioned.


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