Be safe, feel safe!


Throughout the 75 years of its history, IDEC has constantly strived to provide the optimum HMI (human machine interface) products, so that humans and machines can collaborate safely and efficiently


Safety should never be traded off for higher productivity. A win-win approach is necessary. To achieve these apparently conflicting goals, we take a comprehensive, interactive approach that focuses on human, technology, management, and international standards. First, an adequate level of safety knowledge is required for workers.


IDEC is the market leader in Japan in terms of industrial risk assessment capabilities accounting for 40 percent of safety lead assessors and over 30 percent of robot safety assessors certified in Japan. To help the working community acquire safety knowledge, we offer seminars and consultations on safety in manufacturing and in explosion-proof work environments. In Japan alone, IDEC has held 1,600 seminars with 37,700 participants cumulatively.

Secondly, IDEC offers the leading safety technology in our products.

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Training people alone is not enough to ensure the safety and productivity of the workplace, and machines must remain safe even if they break down or if a worker makes a mistake.


IDEC Safety
We have various safety devices such as emergency stop switches, door interlock devices, laser scanners and light curtains to build safe manufacturing environments.

Among IDEC’s broad lineup, the robot safety device installed on the industrial robot operation console stops the robot with the operator’s reflexive motion in the face of dangerous situations, and occupies 90 percent of the global market share. And as we enter an era where humans and machines/ robots work collaboratively, IDEC advocates the next-generation safety concept, Safety 2.0 (Collaborative Safety)




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