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MACHINE GUARDING SAFETY SEMINAR

You are invited to attend a FREE Machine Guarding Safety Seminar presented by EUCHNER-USA.

With over fifty years experience in application, engineering, and promotion of electrical control and safety devices, Euchner manufactures products that have become the standard for machine safeguarding.

This course has been conducted for various universities, OSHA regional facilities, insurance companies, and hundreds of industrials throughout North America.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • Machine operators
  • Machine maintenance personnel
  • Process engineers
  • Production engineers
  • Controls engineers
  • Electricians
  • Design engineers
  • Corporate safety committee
  • Integrators
  • Anyone who is involved in any way with plant safety should attend this course! Today's automated workplace is potentially more hazardous than ever. So is today's legal climate, which holds manufacturers as well as end users increasingly liable for worker injury.

GOALS OF THE SEMINAR

  • Provide an interactive forum for understanding the "WHY" and the "HOW" of machine safety in the 21st century.
  • Present new and better ways to protect employees from injury
  • Introduce components and techniques to reduce machine downtime
  • Provide insight into new and emerging safety requirements
  • Demonstrate ways to reduce liability exposure

TOPICS TO BE COVERED

  • ANSI & OSHA Guidelines
  • US vs European Standards
  • Self-Monitoring Safety Systems
  • Risk Management/ Risk Reduction
  • Positive-Opening Contact Design
  • Meeting Assessed Risk Levels
  • Positive vs. Negative Mode Mounting
  • Benefits of Proper Machine Guarding
  • Redundancy
  • CE Marking & the European Machinery Directive
  • Positive-Guided Relays
  • Control Reliability
  • Fail to Safe Operation
  • ISO 13849-1
    • PL ratings and how to reach your goals
  • ISO 13849-2
    • Validation of fault exclusions
  • EN 62061
    • SIL ratings and when are they applicable
    • Example of a risk assessment using EN 62061
  • TR3-2000
    • US Risk Assessment Methodology
    • Meeting Specific Machine type ANSI standards
  • NFPA79
    • Overview of the harmonization to IEC 60204-1