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Training machinery safety and automation

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Training machinery safety and automation

Choose from a wide range of training courses on all aspects of machinery safety.

All our courses are designed to allow you to make up your own flexible combination of training packages. Depending on the subject area, you can also attend intermediate and advanced courses.

Benefit from our international training courses

A selection of machinery safety trainings can be found below, which we offer worldwide with uniform content. In addition, every Pilz country offer a wind range of other trainings with national and international relevance in the following areas:

  • Large selection of product and technology trainings
  • Options for further qualification in all areas of machinery safety and automation
  • Courses with content that is specifically tailored to the requirements of your country
  • Training packages that are specially adapted to your individual requirements

Risk Assessment Workshop

Acquire the extensive knowledge and skills needed to risk assess machinery in accordance with EN ISO 12100 – explained in practical terms by our experts. The risk assessment workshop uses images and videos to guide you through the risk assessment process on machinery – 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 course also covers how to apply appropriate risk reduction measures and determine the residual risk.

Contents and focuses:

  • Risk assessment in accordance with EN ISO 12100
  • Legislation and standards
  • Assessment methods
  • Control hierarchy
  • Hands-on workshops

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Risk Assessment Workshop

Safety design in accordance with EN ISO 13849 and IEC 62061

Safety design in accordance with EN ISO 13849 and IEC 62061

You will learn all the processes and standards that are important for the design and assessment of safety-relevant control systems. This training helps you to apply ISO 13849-1 (standard for safety-relevant control systems) applied in automation and in the design of plants. The standard EN/IEC 62061 is also covered.

Contents and focuses:

  • Processes and standards for specification, construction and validation of safe control systems
  • Detailed consideration of the construction principles for safe control systems

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Electrical Equipment of Plant and Machinery

You will learn all the processes and standards that are important for the design and assessment of safety-relevant control systems. This training helps you to apply ISO 13849-1 (standard for safety-relevant control systems) applied in automation and in the design of plants. The standard EN/IEC 62061 is also covered.

Contents and focuses:

  • Basics of electronic safety of machinery and plants
  • Requirements of the IEC 60204 relating to electrical safety
  • Requirements for electrical systems

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Electrical Equipment of Plant and Machinery

Complete CE Process in accordance with the Machinery Directive

Complete CE Process in accordance with the Machinery Directive

All you need to know about the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC and your requirements with regard to CE marking of machines. The answers to the following questions: Which machines fall under the scope of the Machinery Directive? What are the responsibilities of machine builders and machine operators? This training also includes the relevant standards for design, construction and maintenance of machines that are placed on the market and operated within the European Economic Area.

Contents and focuses:

  • European directives
  • Overall process of CE marking
  • Step by step – examples for machine conformity
  • Risk assessment
  • Functional safety

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LoTo – Logout Tagout

This training provides a detailed understanding of the requirements and applications of lockout tagout, i.e. the safety-related locking and interlocking of various energy supplies. We provide a detailed summary of specific methods and processes to protect staff against unexpected electrical energy discharges during commissioning and especially during regular maintenance work on plant and machinery.

Contents and focuses:

  • Requirements and applications of lockout tagout
  • E.g. safety-related locking and unlocking of various energy sources
  • Energy types and overview of the LoTo processes

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LoTo – Logout Tagout

Proper Procurement of Safe Machinery

Proper Procurement of Safe Machinery

What do you need to consider when commissioning new or modified machines? What safety aspects must be taken into account during machinery procurement? This seminar examines the entire lifecycle, from the decision that an investment should be made in a new or used machine to the machine’s decommissioning or sale. In addition, safety aspects are explained when machines are used in new locations.

Contents and focuses:

  • Risk management and associated costs
  • Procurement strategy
  • Delivery of machines / acceptance process
  • Purchasing of used equipment
  • Cross-border movement of plants and machinery

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Requirements for the safe use of robots

In this training course, we provide you with all the basic requirements of robot safety: The assessment of risks in connection with the use of robot system, typical measures for risk reduction and the use of various safety strategies. In addition, it is stated how to guarantee high availability and productivity, while taking safety requirements into account.

Contents and focuses:

  • Requirements for the safety of robot systems
  • Relevant standards for the integration of robot cells
  • Risk assessment
  • Protective measures and safety technologies for robots

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Requirements for the safe use of robots

Safe human-robot collaboration

Safe human-robot collaboration

This collaboration between man and robot increasingly demands new technologies and solutions. What requirements must be met to ensure injury-free interaction? How is the CE marking conformity assessment procedure carried out? We will show you what to take into account when evaluating an HRC (human-robot collaboration) application and which measures you need to implement.

Contents and focuses:

  • Standard-compliant safety solutions
  • Risk assessments and safeguarding of robots and robot systems
  • Collision measurement in accordance with the limit values of ISO/TS 15066

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