Machine safety improvement efforts are too critical to delay, so we’re taking the stress out of how to get started. After participating in this free webinar, you’ll know how to start organizing your facility’s machine safety program (or how to update or fix a current program) as we break down some of the complex and often intimidating issues into steps that are understandable and applicable for many types of facilities & industries.
In this free webinar, you’ll learn:
- How to identify your budget, scope, and guidelines
- Who should be on your internal machine safety team
- How to assemble and maintain machine safety documentation
- About hazard identification methodologies (and how to select one)
- What machine guarding solutions are used for different types of machinery
- What a successful machine safety program looks like, and more!
This webinar will also include a Q/A forum at the end of the session, which is the perfect time to get answers to machine safety questions that have you stumped!
EHS Program Specialist
Dave has over 35 years of global EHS experience (and retiring as Merck’s Director of Global Safety & Loss Prevention). Dave is MPSA’s EHS expert who continues to make workplaces safer by assisting our clients with their machine safety improvement programs.
“Helping others to comply with EHS regulations & preventing serious, if not fatal, injuries has been my life’s work.”
Sr. Controls Engineer
For the Q/A forum, we’re inviting Jamie, our engineering expert with over 45 years of experience, to help address technical machine safety questions. After spending 25 years in production-machine maintenance and machine automation and safety design at 3M Company, Jamie began working as a controls and safety engineer at Airline and MPSA. Jamie has been a member of the Airline team for 19 years.
Digital Media Specialist
Jessica will host the webinar by introducing the speakers, leading the Q/A forum and directing your questions in the chat.
Machine Safety: How Do I Get My Program Started?
Thursday, August 13th
2:00 pm – 3:00 pm EST