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SUMMARY

When performing a risk analysis on a machine, how detailed does that analysis become in understanding the machine safety functions and the effects? During a risk analysis, safety functions can be identified and the proper safety level for each function can be identified. A solution can be developed, but what does the solution really entail?

Join us for this informative webinar, as we discuss some of the common safety functions and considerations as to what should lead to a safe condition.

Speaker

Mike DeRosier
Functional Safety Engineer
Machinery