With the Pilz International Qualification Programme (IQP) delegates can build up their Machinery Safety knowledge gradually and continue training up to the desired degree of qualification.
31 Jan 2024
Start your journey to Machinery Safety expertise with our Machinery Safety training courses!
Divided into four levels, Introduction, Fundamental, Advanced and Expert, delegates can start their journey at any level at any time, depending on their current level of expertise.
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Unsure where to start your journey? We've put together an example training path below which might give you more of an idea.
In this training course, you will acquire in-depth knowledge about technical safety in industry. The focus will be particularly on the topics of CE marking, methods of protection, safety components and design and validation of control systems in accordance with EN ISO 13849 and EN IEC 62061 - these subjects form the basis of standards and laws that promote Machine Safety.
This four day course presents all regulations, standards and risk management technologies relating to machinery safety in the form of a single training package. The course consists of both classroom sessions, practical exercises and examinations. A City & Guilds Machinery Safety Certificate will be issued on successful completion of all seven modules.
In cooperation with TÜV NORD, Pilz offers the qualification to become a Certified Machinery Safety Expert®. The four-day course gives an overall view of the subject of machinery safety and is divided into five modules which convey comprehensive knowledge on and about the machinery lifetime cycle. The concluding TÜV NORD certificate has international validity.
The internationally recognised CEFS qualification - Certified Expert in Functional Safety - is certified by TÜV NORD and offers specialist knowledge on systems for the functional safety of machinery. In a two-day expert training course you will discover the normative and technical demands placed on such a system.
If you're still unsure of the training path to take or where to start feel free to contact our specialist training team to be advised on a tailored qualification path that's personal to you:
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