Believe it or not, printed circuit boards (PCBs) are all around you. They’re designed to mechanically support and electrically connect electronic components using conductive pads, tracks, and other features in various devices like computers, keyboards, and even your phone.
Though you may not realize it, prototype printed circuit boards are extremely important to the level of technology in the world today, and without them, most of it wouldn’t be working. So if you’re wondering how it works, here’s a short glimpse into the fabrication process.
Manufacturing starts from PCB fabrication data generated by CAD. Although this data is never used directly on the manufacturing equipment, it is always read into the CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) software in production.
After all of the data h
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has very specific rules and regulations to address falls in the workplace. These rules and regulations specifically apply to any workers who use rigging equipment. OSHA rules on workplace safety seem to be working. There were only 3.4 incidents where workers were hurt on the job per 100 people in 2011, that is down from 10.9 incidents per 100 people in 1972.
OSHA has instituted a three part system for employers to use to prevent falls and keep workers safe in the workplace. The OSHA fall protection is plan, provide, and train. This protocol is especially important for workers whose jobs put them at higher elevations when they are working on a job.
The first step is to plan.