Nice to see Mercury being proactive but as others have said its not going to be enough.
Look at any commercial factory where machinery is in use..... The HSE would have a field day if all the guards were removed and only a flashing light was installed to warn of rotating or moving machinery.
Generally speaking the only reliable way to prevent injury from rotating machinery is to create a physical barrier between the operator/bystanders and the machinery itself.
As i said though, at least Mercury are voluntarily addressing a potential safety issue which i goid to see.
Sent from my iPhone using Rib.net
C'est pas l'homme qui prend la mer, c'est la mer qui prend l'homme....