Bosch Rexroth Seminar For Hydraulic Power Press Safety Compliance
February 13, 2009
by Canadian Packaging Staff
Burlington, Ont.’s Bosch Rexroth Canada is offering a free Hydraulic Power Press Safety seminar on February 24, 2009.
The seminar will demonstrate how to achieve hydraulic press worker safety that meets exacting regulatory standards, without compromising productivity or cost-effectiveness.
Specific regulations, including the Canadian Standards Association Z142-02 Power Press Safety Standard, will be examined in the context of how they apply to individual users’ hydraulic press operations.
Specialized safety techniques presented to seminar attendees will include the government-mandated Pre-Start Health and Safety Review procedures and high-level (trended) condition monitoring, including maintenance solutions designed for safe press systems.
The seminar will focus on applying specialized systems, principles, techniques, and components to maximize hydraulic press safety and regulatory compliance. Attendees will learn how devices and equipment such as drive and control systems, energy-saving drives, safety circuits and aluminum framing can contribute to a safer environment for press applications.
Because safety goals must be met within an environment that also demands high productivity, uptime, and cost-effectiveness, the Bosch Rexroth seminar will emphasize techniques to create safe, compliant machines and processes while maintaining production efficiency.
The Hydraulic Power Press Safety seminar is intended for managers, plant engineers, maintenance specialists, machine builder design engineers, PSR consultants which implement solutions, integrators, and end-users in any industry that uses large hydraulic power presses, including automotive, commercial goods, and others.
Presentations will have simulations of press operations; attendees are invited to bring schematics for evaluation and discussion as time permits.
February 24, 2009 @ 9AM – 3PM
(breakfast & lunch included)
Bosch Rexroth Canada
3426 Mainway Drive