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General Machine Safety Training - Indiana

Join us for this one day course reviewing the basics of machine safety

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.
This one day course reviews machine safety topics: Understanding OSHA and other consensus standards, Risk Assessment Principles, Hazard Types, Risk Reduction, Safeguarding Principles, Safety Equipment – Separating vs. Non-Separating, Fixed and Movable Guards, Reaching and Guard Opening Design, Application of safety switches, Safety Monitoring Relays and Controllers, Safety Circuit Design, Safety Categories and Performance Levels, Fault Tolerance and Exclusions, and Fluid Power Safety
Sessions will be held:

March 10, 2020      Evansville, IN      

Courtyard by Marriott Evansville East
8105 East Walnut Street
Evansville, IN 47715


March 11, 2020      Columbus, IN     

Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Columbus, IN
2820 Merchant Mile
Columbus, IN 47201



Time: check in at 8 am, course starts at 8:30 am, runs through 4:30 PM, with breaks and lunch (provided)

Cost: $300.00 (covers course materials and lunch. Your travel costs and accommodations if needed are on your own)

Instructor: A TÜV Certified Functional Safety Engineer for Machinery from the Schmersal tec.nicum Group will be presenting this training. Their experience will bring the expertise that you are looking for in a machine safeguarding specialist.


Contact Neff Engineering for further information:

Phone: 317-841-9244





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