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Safety Professionals Collaborative Robot (COBOT) Training


The effective implementation and use of Cobots in automated production systems challenges fundamental practices of integration and safeguarding. The aim of this training is to give the participants a fundamental understanding of the required safety factors to be considered in safe Cobot integration.

There are many unanswered questions with this new wave of technology. Questions like what is the maximum speed for a COBOT application? Or, what is the maximum force
allowable? How do I safety validate my application or control the software programming and configuration?There is increasing pressure to accept new technologies which do not offer the traditional safety measures, but now employ ‘inherent’ safety measures, “software related safety functions” and “fence-free” robot cells.


• Applicable legislation
• Key responsibilities – manufactures, designer, end user
• What European Standards should be followed? – walk through key standards
• Are there specific technical specifications available?
• Performance Level d and Safety Category 3 – what does this actually mean
• How do I Risk Assess a COBOT application
• Do I need a requirement specification? And if so what should it contain for Cobots
• How do I validate the safety of the Cobot application
• How does this affect the required competency of my people, do we need to upskill
• What other implications can be expected?...gaining employee acceptance, re-enforcing behavioral based safety, organizational changes, ...TOP

Target group

•EHS Management
•Safety Specialists
•Safety Engineers and Consultants
•Project Managers and Project Leads

Public Training - Cork

Order numbers Safety Professionals Collaborative Robot (COBOT) Training
Duration 0.5 Day (1pm-5pm)
Maximum number of delegates
Price €350 per person
Further informations Contact us at
Dates and registration
10 May 2017

Pilz Ireland
Cork Business and Technology Park, Model Farm Road

Telephone: +353 21 4346535