This seminar series is specifically designed to teach by example and provide you the tools, with the possibility of certification, to make better safety decisions for you and your company.
Learning a practical approach to a risk assessment is based on a step-by-step method of identifying risks and operator interactions on machines. This session covers both the identification and documentation aspects of a Safety Risk Assessment by using an actual machine example. The first half of the day will review the basics of a risk assessment and step through a process which can be followed. The second half of the day will show where to find engineered machine safety functions and examples of best practice.
Each company in attendance will receive one copy of ISO 12100 – Safety of Machinery standard, Task-Based Risk Assessment Methodology, and a Risk Assessment template for future reference.
Look for these classes coming soon:
Part 2: Safety Implementation
Part 3: TUV Training – SAF-TUV0T
** All Sessions in this series can stand alone based on your level of experience. **
About the instructor:
Leo Petrokonis is a Machine Builder Solution Architect for Rockwell Automation focused on enabling North American OEMs to be more productive, profitable and successful. During his 30 year Rockwell career, Leo has held various technical and business roles which helped develop his understanding of machine issues from both the OEM and End User perspective. Leo is a Certified Functional Safety Engineer (TÜV Rheinland, #16447/ 18, Machinery). Leo is also an U.S. TC 313 tag member which is the ISO safety committee that is combining the EN (European) and ANSI (US) standards for Packaging Machinery. He is experienced with OEM operations and has been trained in Lean Processes.