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Free machine safety training from Leuze electronics

24 October 2011

Leuze electronic’s next machine safety training session is on Monday November 21 2011, at the offices of the PPMA in Croydon. This is the first time these popular half-day training workshops - which are offered FREE of charge - have been held away from Leuze’s office in St Neots.

Technical Support Engineer, Kevin Ellison said “we have had a wide variety of people travel to our workshops, including people from as far away as Cornwall and Aberdeen. The majority however have been from companies close to our office and so I am looking forward to meeting new people by taking ‘the show on the road’ so to speak”.
MD, Mark Weymouth says the machine safety market is either too complicated, engendering fear in users, or treated by some as a commodity product issue. "These sessions are designed to show a different middle-way, with Leuze offering high performance products that are easy to install and use, combined with the expertise to support customers with their applications.”
More information can be found here or by calling 01480 408 500
Topics covered in the workshops will include:
·  IS EN 13849, CE , & PUWER requirements
·  Current and forthcoming legislation
·  Standards and their implications
·  Machine Safety Inspection
·  Safety Components
·  Free tools and resources from Leuze electronic

Lunch and refreshments are also free to workshop participants.

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