Machine Safety Basics – 1 day

Course Overview

The course will enable participants to understand and master the functional safety related aspects like Hazard identification, Risk assessment and designing of safety critical systems.

Course Objective

The course will enable participants to understand and master the functional safety related aspects like Hazard identification, Risk assessment and designing of safety critical systems. The course will enable the understanding of Safety standards like ISO 12100, IEC 62061 and ISO 13849. The course will enhance knowledge of Machine safety design and concepts like SIL levels, Category and Performance levels.

Who Should Attend?

  • Anyone who controls, designs or influences the safety-related design of Machine or other products that fall within the scope of the Machine regulations.
  • Machine Designers, Machine Safety professionals.
  • HSE professionals, Machine operation and maintenance professionals.
  • Delegates with an engineering background.

Learning Objectives

  • To understand the basic principles of Machine Safety.

Course Agenda

Machine Safety Basics - 1 Day Course Syllabus

Course Leader

Our Course leader Lalit Shaiwale (TÜV FS Trainer 54/2020) is Technical Trainer, and Technical Advisor. Working as a Technical Trainer and Technical Advisor for past 15 years, he has Successfully completed more than 60 Functional Safety study projects in region involving HAZOP, SIL Assessment, Safety Requirement Specification (SRS) and SIL verification. Currently delivering training for a very broad range of attendees, in open courses and in courses for single companies, ranging from a few attendees to more than 50 in multiple sessions.

He developed key skills in the following Domain and applications:

  • Automotive: Body shop, Assembly shop, Paint shop.
  • Machine Safety: Paint booth robots, Pick and place robots, Welding robots, Shears, Presses etc.
  • Oil & Gas: ESD, F&G, HIPPS, TMC, BMS
  • Functional Safety: SIL Studies, LOPA, HAZOP, RAMS
  • Railways & Metro: Electronic Interlocking, TVS, EVS
  • Life Science: Fermentation, Batch Management
  • Chemicals: Reactor, Distillation, Hydrogenation
  • Metals: BMS, Cold rolling, Coil packaging, WRM

He received the following certifications:

  • TÜV Rheinland Functional Safety Engineer ID 1895/09
  • TÜV Rheinland Functional Safety Trainer ID 54/2020 under TVC program
  • TÜV Rheinland – Training on EMI - EMC

Course Type: Instructor Led Virtual - Online

Duration: 1 days Machine Safety Basic