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Event Brief

The growth of workplace robotics have offered mitigating solutions to jobs that have extreme and dangerous environment. The adoption of robotic systems has created a better and stronger working environment without compromising on safety and quality.

However, while robotic systems have proven to complete dexterous tasks with high precision, it is observed that robotics innovation has far surpassed the development in its safety standard. Manufacturers and users often downplayed the importance of safety risk assessment, which are crucial to a safe and successful implementation of robots in the workplace.

Course Objective

This intensive 2-day course will address basic safety guidelines for robotic applications, how to apply provisions of the standard in daily operations, identify possible hazards, use of furnished matrix to determine risk reduction requirements and safety requirement for cobots.

Course Agenda

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Who Should Attend

Engineers and managers who are involved in manufacturing processes, robotic system integration, safety and quality, testing and practitioners/individuals who wish to update their knowledge in robot safety and risk assessment.

Training Venue
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For more information about the event, please contact +65 8363 3065 or email marketing@k2binternational.com

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