Productivity has never been the same since machines started being used for industrial jobs a long time ago. The work of several employees could easily be replaced by automated machines, which, with the growth of knowledge and investments in science and technology, became increasingly accurate and efficient, generating a consistent quality much higher than that which manual work would provide. However, the machines are still operated by us, and arguably, working with machines and equipment is dangerous.
Combined with innovation comes security, which always needs to be reviewed with each new technological implementation made on a piece of equipment. Saws, tracks, blades and motors can easily make the dream of perfect productivity interrupted by an accident. With the new technologies, studies and laws have emerged, with safety parameters for all categories of equipment.
So, what is the secret to a successful project? Combining the engineering and innovation of an efficient machine with a good safety design to ensure that the worker takes the least possible risk when dealing with equipment.
Unesa, for example, has a step-by-step to be checked for each solution placed on the table to be developed. (You can read more about our development procedure clicking here) And with the ideal solution for the proposed project, all the safety parameters for the equipment being designed grow with the project. In other words, security is not only implemented at the end of our projects, it has been at the heart of it since the beginning.
Always updating ourselves on the newest and most effective procedures and safety parts necessary to minimize the risk to the maximum, we guarantee that in addition to being functional and innovative, our machines are safe and intuitive. In addition to consistent production, you will be supported with a whole collection of contingencies for any of the scenarios that can unfold with the use of our equipment, all prepared by us, tested and proven.
After all, productivity's greatest ally is safety.
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