Machinery Safety Consultants

ST&L have been an independent provider of electrical and mechanical machinery safety services since 1998. Since we're an independent safety consultancy we have no manufacturing, trading or financial interests to compromise the importance of our safety services. 

National & International Safety

ST&L offer a wide range of machinery safety services - auditing and validating against relevant National and International regulations, standards and directives. Our services include final machine safety solutions for machinery guarding and safety related control systems (SRCS). 

We’re members of, and/or accredited by:

  • Members of IOSH (Affiliate, Tech & Grad)
  • Members of IOSH Food & Drink Group
  • Members of IOSH East Anglia Branch
  • Members of BSI & BSI Plus
  • UCPD in European Machinery Safety Requirements 
  • (TÜV Accredited)

Machinery Safety Services

ST&L have a diverse range of machinery services from safety design and installation, the auditing of existing safety procedures to safety change management, design, implementation, testing and training. For further information on each of our specialist safety services click on the relevant service below. 

The importance of Machine Safety

The health and safety of employees, visitors, customers and suppliers continues to evolve with changing legislation and safety technology. Moreover, your safety systems and practices could be the difference between financial uncertainty or stability.

  • People can be struck and injured by moving parts of machinery or ejected material. Parts of the body can also be drawn in or trapped between rollers, belts and pulley drives
  • Sharp edges can cause cuts and severing injuries, sharp-pointed parts can cause stabbing or puncture the skin, and rough surface parts can cause friction or abrasion
  • People can be crushed, both between parts moving together or towards a fixed part of the machine, wall or other object, and two parts moving past one another can cause shearing
  • Parts of the machine, materials and emissions (such as steam or water) can be hot or cold enough to cause burns or scalds and electricity can cause electrical shock and burns
  • Injuries can also occur due to machinery becoming unreliable and developing faults or when machines are used improperly through inexperience or lack of training