Updated AEM Grader Safety Manual now available
July 15, 2015 By AEM
July 15, 2015 – The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) has updated its Grader Safety Manual with new “industry-recognized” pictorials that help communicate effective safety messages to equipment end-users.
The pictorial graphics conform to ISO and ANSI standards and are included in the AEM Pictorial Database.
The AEM Grader Safety Manual describes preparing for safe equipment operation, safe operation guidelines, and important equipment maintenance. It is now available through the AEM Store. For more information, visit www.safetymaterials.org.
The AEM Pictorial Database is a free online resource with more than 140 pictorials that can be downloaded through a variety of graphics and computer-aided design software packages. AEM created the pictorial database as an industry service to help companies communicate effective safety messages through consistent industry-recognized pictorial representations.
Manufacturers promote safety
Members of AEM’s Earthmoving & Mining Equipment Council played a key role in reviewing the updated manual to ensure it provides end-users with the latest industry-consensus best practices for safe machine operation.
AEM safety manuals are industry-consensus safety documents written in clear language presented in an easy-to-follow format. They are a convenient and cost-effective way to provide safety information to operators. (The AEM safety manuals are not a substitute for manufacturer manuals.)
All AEM safety manuals, videos, and related safety and training products are available online at the AEM Store. Some safety materials are offered in downloadable files or in DVD format. AEM members receive discounts on select materials. For more information, contact AEM’s Jaime Vos (email@example.com, tel: 414-298-4135).
About Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM)
AEM is the North American-based international trade group providing innovative business development resources to advance the off-road equipment manufacturing industry in the global marketplace. AEM membership comprises more than 900 companies and more than 200 product lines in the agriculture, construction, forestry, mining and utility sectors worldwide. AEM is headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with offices in the world capitals of Washington, D.C.; Ottawa, Canada; and Beijing, China. www.aem.org Follow us @AEMAdvisor
Print this page