Three Part Safety Webinar Series

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Please join us for our three-part Safety Webinar Series.


Safety seminars often focus on either theoretical concepts like standards and legislation, or application-specific topics like circuit design and wiring. In our three-part safety webinar series, we will merge both the theory and application, so not only will you gain a basic understanding of standards and legislation, but also practical knowledge of how to apply those concepts in an actual working design.


Safety Webinar Part I
Regulations & Standards: What is Required and Why?

February 2, 2016
2:00 –3:00 PM EST

Covers standards and legislation, with an emphasis on identifying applicable standards.You will see how good design can help you meet the requirements of several standards at once.In this session, you will learn:
•   What machinery safety standards are, where they come from, which ones apply, and how to find them
•   Basic requirements for Safety in the U.S. (i.e., OSHA requirements, and what to do)
•   How to apply consensus standards to comply with the requirement (i.e., how to do it)

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Safety Webinar  Part II

February 23, 2016
11:00 –12:00 PM EST
Safety Strategies: Assessments, Protective Measures, and Conceptual Design

This session covers safety strategy, including basic requirements for risk assessments and safeguard selection, and offers a comparison of different engineering controls.We’ll take you through an example, where we’ll explore several options.In this session, you will learn:
•   How to make basic decisions about safeguarding
•   The relationship between risk level and circuit performance
•   Mitigation hierarchy
•   Basic electrical/electronic protective measures

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Safety Webinar   Part III

March 15, 2016
11:00 –12:00 PM EST
Detailed Design: Moving From Concept to Reality

concentrates on moving from concept to a working design, with emphasis on circuit performance standards.We’ll also provide a comparison between PL, SIL, Category, and Control Reliability, and demonstrate how a designer can use one standard and still meet the requirements of others. In this session, you will learn:
•   How to take the conceptual design to functional requirements to the safety related control system
•   How to design to more than one standard
•   How circuit structures are implemented to meet safety standards


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