Training session an industry must


Treotham Automation is running a half-day intensive training session on Risk Assessment/Validation of machinery in Sydney next month.

A team of expert presenters will use Sistema Software (EN-ISO 13849, Revision of EN 954-1) – a free software tool designed and developed by IFA (Institute for Occupational Safety and Health of the German Social Accident Insurance).

IFA works on behalf of German machine manufacturers.

The purpose of this free software is for all machine manufacturers and machine users to conduct Risk Assessment and machine validation using an identical approach without the need of external “safety experts”.

The main presenters will be Christof Sofsky (Business Development Manager, Wieland GMBH, Germany) and Raju Kotecha (Business Development Manager, Treotham Automation).

The course outline will include an introduction to EN-ISO 13849-1 and Risk and Assessment/Validation using Sistema software.

Sistema software will be provided on a USB stick along with relevant product libraries and attendees will need their laptop computer for hands on training and a Certificate of Attainment will be provided to course attendants.

The training session will be held at Granville in western Sydney from 9am-1pm. Morning tea and lunch will be provided.

The cost is $300 per person. (A group discount of 10 per cent applies for more than 5 participants from one company)

For more information contact:

Raju Kotecha 
Ph: 02 9907-1778

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