HazMon – Hazard Monitoring Systems

Hazard Monitoring Systems (HazMon)

The picture above is everyone’s nightmare scenario, and we all want to avoid that kind of accident. With all you have to worry about on a daily basis — downtime, production quotas, waste, personnel, etc., You don’t need to worry about the SAFETY of your FACILITIES. Get some peace of mind and come into compliance with FSMA regulations today, by upgrading or installing a HAZARD Monitoring System. At GlobaLogix, we know what to monitor, how to collect the data, and how to turn that into actionable information that your operators can make decisions with real-time.


Where do I need a HazMon System?

The FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) was signed into law on Jan. 4th 2011 with the goal of protecting public health by strengthening the food supply system. Facilities must establish and implement a food safety system that includes an analysis of hazards and risk-based preventative controls. Facilities with equipment such as:

  • Bucket Elevators
  • Drag Chain Conveyors
  • Screw Conveyors
  • Belt Conveyors
  • Bins & Silos
  • Pumps
  • Dryers
  • Crushers
  • Hammermills
  • Slide Gates / Valves
  • Blowers / Fans
GlobaLogix provides leading edge Hazard Monitoring Systems to give you more peace of mind.


We don’t build boxes and keep them on the shelf waiting for you to call. With those other HAZMON in a box, or on the shelf guys—you are paying for inventory and storage fees of outdated equipment.


We understand that your production MUST keep going. We will plan our schedule around your production schedule. Minimizing Downtime is the name of the game here!


Our motto  around here is —”We will stick around and make sure it works.” There has never been an unforeseen problem that we haven’t been able to solve. Our front end planning and scheduling helps manage risk and eliminates cost overruns.

Information about our HazMon capabilities:

  • Adheres to all Federal Government HazMon regulations
  • Designed to fit the scale of your facility
  • Applies to all agriculture facility equipment

What our system does for your facility:

  • The system can monitor any and all pieces of equipment that cause friction and/or produce heat which have the potential to cause a fire or explosion.
  • Temperature of Bearings
  • Rub Blocks
  • Belt Alignment
  • Shaft Speed

Get peace of mind today with GlobaLogix's HAZMON services!

Call Us 713-987-7630, Email, Or Chat.

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