1. 7 Essential Safety Tips For Using Power Tools, Pt 1

    Meeting OSHA regulations for woodworking and metal cutting machines is both complex and costly. It is critical for employers to provide a safe working environment. Typical hazardous workplace applications include factories, sawmills, processing plants with conveyor belts, woodworking shops, jewelry shops etc. These industries many grinding, cutting and rotating tools that must be stopped quickly a…Read More

  2. Electric Brakes: Industry Applications

    Electric Brakes Work With Many Machines Hello, and welcome back to our blog. While the average person might not concern themselves too much with the applications of electric braking systems, we here at AmbiTech think about them all the time. We are dedicated to providing people with the braking solutions that they need in order to make sure that the machines they work with on a daily basis are as …Read More

  3. Workplace Safety Laws – Where OSHA Came From

    Workplace safety has not always been an employee-focused endeavor. Take, for example, the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire of 1911. The factory caught fire and, because it was commonplace at the time to lock workers inside during working hours, 146 factory workers died. Students and legislators alike are taught about this travesty as a worst-case scenario example of why we need workplace safety re…Read More

  4. Welcome to Ambi-Tech’s Blog!

    No matter what type of machines you work with, whether it’s a bandsaw or a milling machine, it is important to follow proper safety precautions. According to OSHA, the employer is responsible for providing a safe and healthful workplace for their employees. Typical examples of machines on which injuries may occur include: band saws, circular saws, punching, bending, clearing jams, threading, rot…Read More