Taking the Mystery out of Functional Safety.
Dan Junker, TuV Nord Certified Machine Safety Expert
8 hours of break through safety understanding - Integrated, easy to understand, deliverable safety solutions rooted in current Standards. Everyone is Equal When Facing Machine/Process Risk.
Operators, Maintenance, Engineering, EH&S, Factory Management.
- Credentials – RIA, ANSI, UL, MHI and TuV Nord CMSE with input from hundreds of other Safety Professionals.
- Stories will be told for each product and feature/benefit/application. Understanding not Expert Level.
- Cableless Safe Control.
- Why now? - Liability never sleeps.
What is Functional Safety per today’s Standards
- The Supply Chain can be depended on for Standards updates.
- Explaining single and dual channel.
- A functional safety circuit is 5 part - device, control, actuator, circuit and monitoring.
- Emergency Stops, Enabling, Safety Scanners, Light Curtains, Switches and more.
- Safety Failures and how functional safety addresses them.
- Diagnostics and ease of troubleshooting – ROI.
- Why Actuators are critical to the equation - electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, gravity.
- Conclusion – 1 Ch vs. 2, Single Mode vs. monitored, Safety and limit switches, E-Stops, safety relays and controls, safety actuators and what makes Functional Safety.
Administrative Controls vs. Functional Safety
Complementary Protective Measures vs. Administrative Controls and Functional Safety
Task-based Risk Assessment per RIA TR R15.306-2016 and ANSI B11.0-2015
- The advantage of demonstrating and discussing safety through a Task-based Risk Assessment (TBRA).
- The future of safety now - collaboration made easy. Concept phase through validation for the entire life cycle, every person involved, anywhere, anytime with a cell phone, tablet or notebook.
- Establishing Expertise and understanding and sharing in an easy to understand manner.
- TBRA components
- Automation Rangers offers Risk Assessment consulting.
Task-Based Risk Assessment Software – benefits and availability.
The Process of making a worker safe – Factory, Distributor, Integrator, User.
Standards Give Guidelines
Think, Question and Collaborate.
- ANSI B11.0 and B11.19
- RIA R15.06-2012 and TR R15.306-2016
- EN13849-1 and EN 62061
- NFPA 79-18 and EN 62064
- NFPA 70E-18
- EN13850 and 13855
- EN 61508
Helping your Customers understand the value you bring.
ROI, Safety and long term relationship.
Please contact us for your Training. Help@AutomationRangers.com / 833-445-5665