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Pilz machinery safety webinar series updated for 2024

26 February 2024

Pilz Automation Technology is continuing its series of free machinery safety webinars throughout 2024, with some new additions to the schedule.

New to the series, ‘Understanding safety requirements during maintenance’ will extol the virtues of an effective and regular maintenance programme, something that can save money, time, and lives.

‘The right controller for every application’, also new, will take webinar attendees through the myriad of controllers available on the market, whilst guiding them towards the correct one for their own application.

The webinars aim to share essential facts and updates on a range of key machinery safety topics and updates, covering key facts in a short session. Participants will also have the opportunity to get instant support for specific questions with a question-and-answer function available throughout the presentations.

Adding to Pilz’s portfolio of machinery safety training courses and seminars, the hour-long webinars all start at 09.30am.
If you find the time or date of any of the webinars isn't suitable for your schedule, please register anyway and a recording of the webinar will be sent directly to you shortly after broadcast.

Upcoming webinars include:
Delivering PUWER effectively – Friday, 8 March 2024
Understanding safety requirements during maintenance – Friday, 22 March 2024
The right controller for every application – Friday, 26 April 2024

For the full 2024 webinar schedule, further details of each topic, and to register, click here.

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