Training: General Machine Safety
We will be bringing our General Machine Safety training to the Southeast this May.

Anyone responsible for the design, operation, or maintenance of machines needs an understanding of legal requirements, risk assessment, types of hazards, the several levels of circuit design, and available types of safety equipment and how they all come together for a complete safety solution. Let Schmersal help you take that step into the world of machine safety.

During this seminar we will review in detail:
- Understanding Regulatory Standards
- Risk Assessment Principles
- Hazard Types
- Risk Reduction
- Safeguarding Principles
- Guarding Principles
- Fixed and Movable Guards
- Reaching and Guard Opening Design
- Types of Safety Interlock Devices
- Emergency Stop Devices
- Stop Categories
- Non-Separating Guarding Devices
- Safety Distance Calculations
- Mechanically Linked Relays/Contactors
- Safety Monitoring Relays and Controllers
- Understanding Safety Circuit Design
- Fault Tolerance and Exclusions
- Fluid Power Safety

We invite you to attend our upcoming sessions to help you understand machine safety:

Dates and location:

May 9: Birmingham., AL
- Hilton Garden Inn Birmingham/Lakeshore Drive

May 10: Atlanta, GA
- Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta NW/Wildwood

Time: Sessions run from 9 am to 4 pm (7 hours, with breaks)

Cost: $250.00
includes breakfast and catered lunch

Presenters: Schmersal Engineering Services
A member of Schmersal's Engineering Services department will be providing the training for this session. Each is a TUV Certified Functional Safety Engineer for Machinery who is experienced in machine risk assessment, training, and integration.

Space is limited. Please reserve your spot now. Registration deadline is Friday, May 5.
To register, or for more information, please fill out the registration form below or contact:

David Schucker
Schmersal USA
Phone: 888-496-5143 x817
Fax: 914-347-1567


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