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Pilz launch machine safety webinar series

Pilz safety webinar

Company running fortnightly series of half-hour webinars for those involved in machine safety

PILZ Automation Technology have launched a brand new webinar series for those involved with machine safety across the UK and beyond.

The webinar series is dedicated to sharing essential facts and updates on a range of key machine safety topics, including a range of industry standards, human-robot collaboration and Industrie 4.0 to name just a few.

Each webinar will highlight a sole subject relevant to companies’ machine safety, compliance and operational needs.

Jamie Walton, services manager at Pilz, explained: ‘There is a constant need in industry to keep up to date on the issues surrounding machine safety; however we understand that people don’t always have the time for a full-day session out of the office.

‘With our webinars, we hope to deliver the essentials in ‘bite-sized’ chunks, with the added opportunity to get instant support for specific questions.’

Adding to Pilz’s portfolio of popular machine safety seminars and training courses, the webinars will run fortnightly at 9:00 GMT, in half-hour sessions.

The series will start on Friday 31 March when David Collier presents: ‘Understanding EN ISO 14119’, which will look into the types of interlock devices covered by this standard, preventing the defeat of interlocks, the use of fault exclusions, and the cause and the cure of fault masking.

For Pilz’s full 2017 webinar schedule, further details about each topic or to register, email: [email protected]; call Pilz on tel: +44 (0)1536 460766; or visit:

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