Machine Safety Webinar – Beyond Compliance: How to Properly Implement Bypassing Technology | Apr. 30, 2018 – 2pmET
April 11, 2018
Machine Safety is vital to operational success. Bypassing Technology can be used in some instances when a company is looking to improve productivity while also keeping Safety an integrated aspect of the enterprise. There are many advantages when organizations look Beyond Compliance and see Safety as an integral part of their processes. This webinar will help firms realize the cost savings and productivity advantages of integrating Machine Safety.
Date: Monday, April 30, 2018
Duration: 45 minutes
Presented by Grantek’s Director of Safety Practice, Jeff Winter, this webinar is the next installment of thought leadership in Machine Safety. This webinar builds on Jeff’s Control Engineering Magazine article and will cover the latest trends in Machine Safety, providing you with tangible insight and information to protect your operations.
Takeaways will include:
- Common mistakes when bypassing technology
- When and where bypassing can be used
- How to bypass with today’s technologies
- Examples of bypassing applications
- Justifying the solution, why it is still safe
About the Presenter: Jeff Winter is the director of Grantek Systems Integration’s Safety Practice, where he leads a team of engineers in developing and delivering machine safety services across North America. With over 10 years of experience working for several different safety product manufacturers, he has a unique experience in bridging OSHA regulatory compliance and safety standards interpretation with engineering requirements and corporate safety strategy. Throughout his career he has been a leader in educating the industry on the benefits of machine safety through hosting best practice industry events, participating in speaking engagements, developing white papers, and writing technical articles. Jeff is also a TÜV Functional Safety Engineer, Board Certified Safety Professional, voting member of the ANSI B11 Accredited Standards Committee, and President of American Society of Safety Engineers Three Rivers Chapter.