According to Safe Work Australia (Notified Fatalities Statistical Report 2010-2011), incidents related to plant and machinery contribute to a significant proportion of workplace deaths in Australia.
While safety statistics related to plant and machinery have improved in recent years, machine guarding failures continue to cause serious injury.
This seminar will be led by Roger Lim, an expert electrical engineer specialising in plant safety and risk assessment, with a specific focus on control systems and machine guarding. He has also been a member of the AS 4024.1 machine safety committee, and will be joined by the state regulator in presenting this seminar.
- Application of the Australian Standard AS 4024.1 - Safety of machinery;
- Design Considerations - Safety Control Systems;
- General Requirements for Guarding and Anthropometric Data;
- Principles for Design and Selection of Interlocking Devices; and
- Learning from a Machine Incident.
Who Should Attend:
- Managers and Supervisors
- Maintenance and Purchasing
- Safety Professionals and Engineers
- Project Managers
- Plant Designers