AIHS Member: Complimentary
Join us on Thursday 19 August 2021 for a webinar presentation titled: Safety of Machinery series – Introduction to Risk Assessment. Presented by Craig Imrie, Senior Safety Consultant at Pilz, and Adam Hallinan, Training manager at Pilz.
Did you know in Australia there were 107,335 serious worker compensation claims made in 2017-18? That’s almost 300 serious incidents occurring every day. A Risk Assessment is the simplest way to recognise and control hazards in the workplace, reduce incidents, and subsequently save lives and limbs, as well as costs, by being proactive.
Machines can help improve production efficiency in the workplace. However, their moving parts, sharp edges, and hot surfaces are often the cause of serious workplace injuries such as crushed fingers or hands, amputations, burns, blindness, or even death. Safeguards are essential to protect workers from injury. During this presentation, we will introduce AS/NZS4024.1201 General principles for design—Risk assessment and risk reduction.
The webinar includes a practical demonstration of the risk assessment process, as it is applied to machinery. Participants will be able to follow along using the supplied Hazard Identification template which can also be utilised as a base to develop a workplace’s own risk assessment document.
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Date: Thursday 19 August 2021
Time: 14:30 - 15:30 AEST
Format: Webinar Format - Log in details will be emailed to registered attendees 1-2 days prior to the webinar.
This webinar will be recorded and distributed to paid registered attendees 3-4 days after the event.
The presenters have a combined experience of over 30 years in the fields of machinery safety and industrial automation. Working within Pilz’s services team, they have gained a real insight into the application of the safety of machinery AS/NZS 4024 family of standards. They are experienced in providing risk assessments on machinery and training on WH&S legislation and standards.
Craig Imrie, Senior Safety Consultant
B.Eng (Mechatronics), Certified Machinery Safety Expert CMSE® (TÜV Nord)
Craig has over 15 years’ experience in the machine safety industry performing various roles in technical support, business development, product management and safety consulting. Craig has been a Functional Safety Engineer for ten years and is a certified CSME®. Craig has been a member of the Australian Standards Committee for machine safety, committee SF-041, for ten years and is currently representing Austmine.
Adam Hallinan, Training Manager, Pilz
B. Eng, Certified Machinery Safety Expert CMSE® (TÜV Nord)
Adam’s experience includes providing advice and solutions to a variety of manufacturing and process industries. Amongst them are food & beverage, packaging, steel, pulp & paper and burner management. As Training Manager, he is responsible for the internal and external training elements of Pilz’s products and software range.
This webinar is brought to you in partnership with AIHS and Pilz