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FLUID POWER INDUSTRY SAFETY LINKS


ITEM SAFETY LINKS
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Fluid Power Training Institute™ website
This is an excellent resource for those wishing to receive safety-based, hands-on training in basic fluid power laws and principles and also in troubleshooting of hydraulic components and systems.

FLUID POWER ASSOCIATIONS, COMMITTEES and SOCIETIES
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British Fluid Power Association (BFPA)
BFPA was formed in 1986 (formerly AHEM 1959-1986) to promote the technical, trade and commercial interests of British manufacturers and suppliers of hydraulic and pneumatic equipment. The Association is a very active member of CETOP - the European Oil Hydraulic and Pneumatic Committee.
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CETOP
CETOP, the European Oil Hydraulic and Pneumatic Committee, was founded in 1962. Thirteen European countries are represented by their National Fluid Power Associations with about 1000 companies.
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Fluid Power Institute (Milwaukee School of Engineering)
Established in 1962 and comprised of faculty, staff, students and the state-of-the-art laboratory, the Fluid Power Institute™ has remained a pioneer in motion control and fluid power education and technology transfer activities. It has expanded into electrohydraulic interface studies and currently has active programs in fluid power systems design, applications of fluid power to manufacturing, component evaluation and filtration and contamination testing.
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Fluid Power Society
The Fluid Power Society is the International Organization for Fluid Power and Related Motion Control Professionals. It has Chapters in major cities and has Student Chapters in leading Fluid Power Educational Institutions. The Society's services include Education, Certification and Professionalism for Fluid Power and Motion Control Professionals.
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National Fluid Power Association
Since its founding in 1953, the NFPA has been providing a forum for the fluid power industry. Our member companies have chosen to work together within the Association, promoting fluid power technology and applications; educating the marketplace to its benefits; representing the industry to government and to the broader public both nationally and internationally; developing design and performance standards; and broadening the managerial, manufacturing, engineering and marketing skills of their employees.

FLUID POWER PUBLICATIONS
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EQUIPMENT WORLD - http://www.equipmentworld.com
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FLUID POWER JOURNAL - http://www.fluidpowerjournal.com
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HYDRAULICS & PNEUMATICS (U.S.A.) - http://www.fpweb.com
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NEW EQUIPMENT DIGEST - http://www.newequipment.com
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PRACTICING OIL ANALYSIS - http://www.practicingoilanalysis.com

FLUID POWER SAFETY PRODUCTS
1.
Safe-T-Bleed® Corporation
This product will make a profound improvement on the safety of your hydraulic machines and equipment that will protect people and the environment.
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HydraCheck®
Supplier of diagnostic instrumentation and tools for the fluid power industry.

GOVERNMENT and STATE SAFETY ORGANIZATIONS
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Canadian Fluid Power Association (CFPA)
Membership in the CFPA brings you and your company team into the Association's powerful network of Canada's fluid power industry leaders. Our members have chosen to work together in promoting fluid power technology and applications along with educating the marketplace of its benefits.
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Canadian Petroleum Safety Council
The vision (of this council) is to establish the Petroleum Industry as a leader in safety performance among all industries.
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Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA)
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National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
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National Transportation Safety Association
Provides recall information and to report safety concerns. Great resource for information on your child's safety in the car.
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North Dakota Safety Council
Non-government, not for profit, membership supported, organization dedicated to helping make the state of North Dakota a safer and healthier place to live.
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Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA)

INDUSTRIAL SAFETY ORGANIZATIONS
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American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE)
Founded in 1911, ASSE is the world's oldest and largest professional safety organization. Its 33,000 members manage, supervise and consult on safety, health and environmental issues in industry, insurance, government and education. ASSE has 12 divisions and 148 chapters in the United States and abroad.


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