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Risk Assessment Workshop

Objective

The workshop equips the participants with the knowledge and skills to carry out risk assessments of machinery in accordance with EN ISO 12100. The risk assessment is necessary and a fundamental aspect of machinery safety, as well as the first step towards complying with the legal regulations (Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC) and standards. This workshop guides you through the risk assessment process for machinery with the aid of pictures and videos - it's always interactive and practically based. The objective is to identify hazards and perform risk evaluations (degree of harm and probability of occurrence). This training also covers how to apply appropriate risk reduction measures and determine the residual risk.

Fundamental

Contents

  • Directives and standards for risk assessment
  • Application of the various assessment methods
    - Hazard Rating Numbers
    - Risk matrix
    - Risk graph
  • Hierarchy of control
  • Remediation and residual risk
  • Risk assessment best practice
  • Practical examples

Target groups

  • Design engineer responsible for standards
  • Plant construction and control system design engineers
  • Engineering managers
  • Safety officers and specialists involved in workplace evaluation
  • Technical purchasers (of machines and industrial plants specifically)
  • Those responsible for upgrades and maintenance of plant and machinery

Benefits to you

  • Comprehensive expertise on how to tackle the risk assessment
  • Maximum practical orientation using interactive, actual case studies

Order numbers 1T0000107
Duration 1 Day
Maximum number of delegates
Price
Further informations
Training Form
Dates and Application
On request
Head office

Pilz Australia Safe Automation
Unit 1, 12-14 Miles Street
Mulgrave, Melbourne, Victoria 3170
Australia

Telephone: +61 3 9560 0621
E-Mail: safety@pilz.com.au

Sales

Telephone: 03 9560 0621
E-Mail: safety@pilz.com.au