Total Machine Safety is the first fully-integrated electrical and fluid power machine safeguarding training program. This comprehensive approach to evaluating and designing safety control systems is critical to the overall success of your safety program. In addition, when you address machine safeguarding early in the machine design process you begin to realize that safety is just good business.
A thorough safety system doesn’t end at the wire; it includes electrical, mechanical and user-related components. ROSS designed its Total Machine Safety (TMS) course to address all of these issues. With TMS, you will learn how to resolve safety issues, address machine safeguarding and increase profits at the same time– a winning combination!
This class is an integrated electrical and fluid power machine safeguarding training program. A comprehensive approach to evaluating and designing safety controls systems.
Who Should Attend: Anyone Concerned about Machine Safety. It is a valuable Class for Maintenance, Engineers, Managers, Owners, Presidents, Health & Safety Managers, Purchasing, Machine Designers, Machine Builders, OEMs and Users
- An understanding of global safety standard requirements for lockout and machine guarding
- Safety is addressed in the machine design process
- Risk Assessment requirements
- Lockout/Energy Isolation
- Electrical and Fluid Power Safety Devices
- Overall machine safeguarding requirements and solutions
This class will provide an understanding of what is required from a design standpoint, how to implement a machine guarding process, and how to select the components that will most effectively provide a solution, while avoiding common pitfalls.
This class earns Continuing Education Credits (CEU’s). Students who score a 70% or above on their post tests will receive the CEU’s. Students who score below 70% will receive a Certificate of Attendance.
Full payment with a purchase order or credit card is required upon registration. A full refund will be issued only if the customer contacts S. G. Morris in writing no fewer than 10 business days prior to the first day of class or if the class is canceled by S. G. Morris. Cancellations made in less than 10 business days before the start of class or students who do not show up will be charged in full and no refund will be issued.