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France: Trade Media Reports on Buyers’ and Employers’ Responsibility if Providing Unsafe Diamond Tools

France: Trade Media Reports on Buyers’ and Employers’ Responsibility if Providing Unsafe Diamond Tools

Paris, France (Friday 6 January 2017) - Two trade organisations of diamond tools suppliers, SNAS (French Abrasives Association), a member of FEPA, and CISMA (Association for Building Equipment), wrote a letter in November 2016 to the buyers of the distribution, and of the construction industry to highlight their responsibility in case of accidents with diamond discs, in particular in the event of fatal accidents or ensuing disability. Buyers have been informed of the 2016 amendment to the EN 13236 standard, the safety European standard for superabrasive products, adding technical requirements to avoid and limit the kick-back effect of hand-held machines concerning discs between 300 and 400 mm in diameter.
Abrasive Experts Tackle Hard the Question of Safety

Abrasives Safety, a Central Topic for Europe

Paris, France (Monday 28 November 2016) – End-users safety is the main concern of European producers of abrasive products. Indeed, seventy (70) experts, present in Paris, France from November 21st – 22nd for the FEPA technical conference, represented forty-one (41) companies from fifteen (15) European countries. The common thread that emerged from the discussions was to reduce risks in the use of abrasives products such as contact, exposure to noise, vibration, kick-back effect as well as ejection of parts and debris. The experts addressed improvement of the EN safety standards, which are providing essential safety requirements in design, production, and marking, as well as how to effectively communicate to the end-users in order to raise awareness on safety measures. 
How to grind safely with a flap or a fibre disc?

Two new videos and leaflets about grinding!

FEPA already published four videos on this website concerning bonded wheels to cut-off and grind, and diamond saws on angle grinders and petrol saws. Two new videos have just been published about grinding with flap and fibre discs mounted on angle grinders…

How to use safely abrasive diamond saws?

Abrasive diamond saws can be dangerous: FEPA warns and publishes videos to reduce accidents

How many workers or DIYers are putting their lives in danger, every time they use an abrasive diamond saw mounted on a hand-held machine? The risks are considerable: the workers themselves, and anybody else in the vicinity can be injured! But solutions do exist to ensure the safe use of an abrasive.
Tutorials for a safe use of abrasives

Tutorials on videos to use safely abrasive products

In 2015, abrasives producers have designed videos as tutorials to provide every user of abrasive products, professionals and DIYers, essential safety recommendations to avoid accidents while using abrasives. 
French Abrasives Safety

Abrasives safety in French!

The Abrasives Safety website has been firstly published in English in August 2015 by FEPA, the Federation of European Producers of Abrasives, with the intention from the beginning to be developed in other European languages as well...
Prosecution highlights need for abrasive safety training

Prosecution highlights need for abrasive safety training

The British Abrasives Federation (BAF) is warning against the dangers of inadequate abrasive safety training for staff in the wake of a prosecution in the UK in 2014. A company manufacturing metal components has been fined in the UK after a young worker was seriously injured...
Control of conformity at Batimat 2015: diamond saws non-compliant with the French regulation. Danger for users!

Control of conformity at Batimat 2015: diamond saws non-compliant with the French regulation. Danger for users!

On November the 6th, Jean-Philippe GUYOT, President of the French association of the abrasives producers (SNAS) denounced the failure to respect the French regulation on diamond saws...
Videos on abrasives safety

Videos on abrasives safety

The Abrasives Safety website provides end users with the essential recommendations and principles for the safe use of abrasive products. The site employs many pictures, drawings and video clips...

Fair trade Batimat, Paris, 2nd - 6th November 2015

Fair trade Batimat, Paris, 2nd - 6th November 2015

Batimat, opening on the 2nd of November in Paris, is the first step in the chain of safety for users of abrasives...

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