FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – ROCKFORD, IL, SEPTEMBER 5, 2019 — Rockford Systems, LLC. today announced it will be attending the National Safety Council (NSC) Congress & Expo where it will demonstrate how its growing portfolio of machine safeguarding and combustion safety equipment is serving as building blocks for protecting the American worker.
Scheduled for September 6-12 at the San Diego Convention Center, the NSC Congress & Expo is the world’s largest annual event dedicated to workplace safety. By participating, it enables attendees to see, first-hand the solutions from more than 1,100 of the industry’s leading solution providers.
Rockford Systems will be located in NSC booth #4551 and is the only machine safeguarding company at the show. Among its pioneering developments is the next generation of Detect-A-Finger drop-probe devices used on riveters, eyeletters, stakers, staplers, crimpers and fastening machines. Innovations like the Detect-A-Finger® are being driven by changing OSHA/ANSI codes and a growing recognition in the C-suite that safety offers a solid return-on-investment.
Company management will also be on-hand to discuss its new RS360 workplace safety services. RS360 is a smarter way for companies to proactively manage their machine safety programs across the entire enterprise.
In addition, for the first time at an NSC Congress & Expo, Rockford Systems will be displaying its differentiated, faster-to-market and cost-effective combustion safety solutions, also known as valve safety trains. This equipment controls the flow of gasses for heat-treating equipment, such as industrial furnaces, ovens, dryers and boilers, making it a crucial component in assuring operational safety and energy efficiency.