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AMT’s Roberta Nelson Shea to Host Siemen Webinar on Robot Safety

Dépèche transmise le 19 avril 2012 par Business Wire

AMT’s Roberta Nelson Shea to Host Siemen Webinar on Robot Safety

AMT’s Roberta Nelson Shea to Host Siemen Webinar on Robot Safety

ORION, Mich.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Applied Manufacturing Technologies (AMT), a leading supplier of factory automation and safety design, engineering and process consulting services today announced its Director of Safety Consulting Services, Roberta Nelson Shea, will be hosting a webinar on robot safety sponsored by Siemens, a world leader of automation technology products engineered and manufactured for all industrial sectors. The webinar takes place April 24, 2012 at 2pm eastern and is entitled Robot Safety: Changes Coming through R15.06 Robot Safety Standard. Representing the Robotic Industries Association (RIA) Ms. Shea will present a 45-minute educational webinar about the new robot safety standard R15.06-1999 from Robotic Industries Association (RIA).

“This webinar will help both users and Integrators prepare for and understand the upcoming changes to R15.06-1999”

“This webinar will help both users and Integrators prepare for and understand the upcoming changes to R15.06-1999,” said Ms. Nelson Shea, director of safety consulting services for Applied Manufacturing Technologies. “Participants will come away with essential information on the requirements they can anticipate with the Robot Safety Standard, whose guidelines will be harmonized with ISO 10218 parts 1 and 2.”

Topics to be discussed:

  • Receive an introduction to essential information contained in the ANSI/RIA R15.06 Robot Safety Standard.
  • Learn about the requirements as anticipated in the new R15.06 Robot Safety Standard document as contained in the new ISO 10218 Standards.
  • Understand basic safety guidelines for robotic applications.
  • Identify key elements of the robot safety standard and how to apply provisions of the standard in daily operations.

The number of robots has grown in U.S. manufacturing and robot safety standards have increased in importance. Robots are handling more and more functions, including welding, machine tool loading and unloading, assembly, material handling, and painting. Additionally with many accidents happening during non-routine operating conditions, such as programming, testing, setup, adjustment, and maintenance robot safety is becoming even more paramount.

More information and to register for the webinar click here.

Founded in 1989, Applied Manufacturing Technologies (AMT) is a leading supplier of complete automation and safety consulting and engineering services, offering single-source engineering solutions to the automation and manufacturing industries. The company’s service offerings range from design and simulation to programming, installation and support of industrial automation solutions – including safety. The company’s technical and industry expertise in automation for the automotive, aerospace, medical, heavy equipment and consumer products industries offers its customers the highest quality professional service available in the industrial arena. For more information contact Applied Manufacturing Technologies at 248-409-2000, or online at www.appliedmfg.com.

The AMT logo is a registered trademark of Applied Manufacturing Technologies. Applied Manufacturing Technologies is a trademark of Applied Manufacturing Technologies. All other trademarks are owned by their respective companies.

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