Machine Safety Specialists provides a variety of training courses to empower and protect your team. Our training covers advanced machine safety issues for automated machinery, including OSHA nuances, Control Reliability and Functional Safety, application of ISO safety standards, risk reduction, risk management, and liability considerations.
Our Machine Safety and Risk Assessment training take you and your company to a new level. We provide you with clear, detailed safeguarding answers for today’s highly automated machinery.
Our training is available in three formats:
We train your team on machine guarding, risk assessment, control reliability, safety control systems, and OSHA, ANSI, NFPA, and ISO/EN machine safety standards. Our classes Include detailed, up-to-date information! Training formats include on-line, classroom, and e-Learning.
Our 2-day training course includes:
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A key aspect of our training includes a complete explanation of control reliability, and functional safety (“interlocks”, safety devices, etc.). In the United States, these concepts are essential in fulfilling OSHA’s “Minor Servicing Exception” for Lockout/Tagout. In addition to U.S. machine safety standards, we summarize and compare these with International (“ISO”) standards and CE marking for machinery. All of this is brought together in Machine Safety Risk Assessments, which are explained and demonstrated in the class.
OSHA machine guarding regulations are nearly 50 years old and have simply not kept up with today’s highly automated machinery. This can be confusing, as to comply with OSHA’s general requirements, you must apply technology and safety standards that are not clearly described within the OSHA standards. Our live instructor training and e-Learning course explains the details and nuances you need to be successful and compliant in today’s highly automated manufacturing environment.
All too often, organizations don’t adhere to OSHA’s guidelines until it’s too late – “too late” meaning they’re being sued by an employee because of a workplace-related injury due to negligence or they’re receiving a fine on behalf of OSHA because of improper safety precautions. Some of these regulations and standards may seem trivial and meticulous, but they’re created with a purpose: to keep people safe. Allow the experts at Machine Safety Specialists to properly train your staff on all things machine safety and prevent you from having to pay for negligence in the future.
For more information regarding our training courses and control reliability guidance, contact Machine Safety Specialists today.