Buffing, chiselling, drilling, levelling, planing, polishing, routing, sanding and screwdriving: power tools are used across industries such as automotive, infrastructure, construction, woodworking, aerospace, and electrical and electronics, but they are also very popular with lay use
Image via WIkipedia, by Adrian Pingstone Electric vehicles (EVs) can be found in a growing number of industrial environments. In civilian and military aerodromes, they are found both indoors and outdoors. Together with a range of ancillary equipment, they are set to play a larger role
When people go to work, they usually expect to carry out their activities in a healthy and safe environment. It is up to employers and workers to do all they can to make the workplace safe for all who enter it. Workplace dangers There are many possible hazards in the workplace, such a
WSC – The World Standards Cooperation was established in 2001 by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), in order to strengthen and advance the voluntary co
The IEC Web Team is constantly making improvements on the IEC website. The Feedback and Share buttons have been moved to give them more visibility, thus making it easier to use these features. And the IEC Partners section has been restructured to include information that was previousl
The IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) is the world’s leading organization that prepares and publishes International Standards for all electrical, electronic and related technologies. Close to 20 000 experts from industry, commerce, government, test and research labs, academia and consumer groups participate in IEC Standardization work.