Training Course for Machine Safety and Risk Assessments
Posted by Clarion Safety Systems | 5th Aug 2022
Are you looking for training for you or your team on machine safety and risk assessment processes, including the latest best practices and standards updates?
Each fall, our team at Machine Safety Specialists offers a live web training for machine safety and risk assessment training. This year’s is designed to improve safety in facilities by increasing awareness of modern safety standards, enabling an increased use of engineering controls for risk reduction methods.
The fall training course will be online to enable easier attendance for those from long distances, and will be hosted live over Microsoft Teams. The online course takes place over two days – from September 14 to 15, 2022. Participants will also be provided with a PDF file of training materials beforehand.
A Deep Dive on Training: Engineering Experience
Ken Hackworth, Vice President of Safety Assessment at Clarion Safety Systems and Machine Safety Specialists, will be the instructor of this course. Ken is a licensed Professional Engineer (PE) and a certified Functional Safety Engineer, as well as a member of ANSI B11 and the American Society of Safety Professionals. In addition to this, Machine Safety Specialists’ certified safety engineers are certified as machine safety trainers for OSHA and the American Society of Safety Engineers. A full scope of the training course is detailed below:
Who’s the Course Designed For?
- Technical Personnel, including
- Maintenance Personnel
- Operators (as participants in risk assessment exercises)
- Safety Professionals
- Business Leaders
What’s Covered in the Course?
- Machine safeguarding
- Control reliability, functional safety, and safety interlocks
- Effective alternative for hazardous energy control (LOTO alternatives)
- Applicable OSHA, ANSI, NFPA, RIA, and ISO standards
- Machine risk assessment
- Liability and legal concerns
Additional Course Information
With over 30 years of experience in inspecting, consulting, and conducting accident investigations in more than 500 plants across the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and Japan — Machine Safety Specialists will also be presenting real examples and illustrations throughout the training course for participants to benefit from.
The sessions on September 14th and 15th will both run from 12:30pm-4:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, and will be hosted over Microsoft Teams. For more information and registration, you can visit Machine Safety Specialists course overview page.