By Jim Adams and Brian Huse, Robotic Industries Association
Robotic Industries Association takes its safety training seminar to Corning, New York for a one-day robot safety seminar on July 1. Hosting our event is Corning Incorporated, a pioneer in the use of robots for non-automotive applications and long-standing member of RIA.
We start first thing in the morning with a thorough introduction to all of the essential information contained in the ANSI/RIA R15.06-1999 Robot Safety Standard. Here, you will learn the basic safety guidelines for robotic applications, identify key elements of the robot safety standard and apply provisions of the standard in daily operations. Seminar includes an introduction on the ANSI/RIA/ISO 10218-1-2007 Standard.
In the afternoon is a “guided tour” through each stage of a risk assessment as specified in the Robot Safety Standard. You learn to identify necessary tasks, identify possible hazards, determine risk reduction requirements, reason possible solutions to reduce risk, validate proposed solutions and document the risk assessment.
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This cost-effective one-day course format is useful for training a limited number of workers, and its one-day format minimizes time away from the worksite. Help make your workplace safer this year by joining us!
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