Collaborative Robot Safety webinar now available on-demand!
September 2, 2022
By Manufacturing AUTOMATION
Brought to you by Universal Robots
The webinar on Collaborative Robot Safety – What you need to know! is now available on-demand! Register to watch this FREE episode of Universal Robots’ 2022 cross-Canada webinar series.
Collaborative robots continue to enable manufacturers to get to market faster, manage costs of automation projects and engage employees in more meaningful work. But a challenge and requirement for all robot projects is safety. Navigating through legislation and industry safety standards can be a very challenging and frustrating process!
Jim Beretta and Dave Smith share insights into the intent and practical application of the various requirements for collaborative robots and collaborative technology installations in Canadian factories and distribution centres.
This episode is part of Universal Robots’ 2022 cross-Canada webinar series where industry experts discuss use cases from distributors, integrators and Canadian manufacturers using collaborative robots to painlessly solve automation, distribution and ergonomics issues within their facilities.
What you will learn:
- Use cases: real life examples of manufacturers installing cobots
- Who do you need involved in evaluating the risks and process?
- The Pre Start Health and Safety Reviews (PSR) and how to implement them
- The practical approach to risk assessment: Why is there so much mystery in the risk assessment process?
Meet the speaker:
Dave Smith is a senior training specialist at Cobot Safety. He is a Canadian Registered Safety Professional and has participated in the development of CSA Machinery, Robot and Lockout safety standards for over 20 years. Dave is a long-standing technical expert on the Canadian Mirror Committee to ISO/TC299 for Robotics and Robotics Devices and a Certified TUV Functional Safety Technician.
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