Safety is everyone’s business and Machine Safety Center can make safety a profit center. All EHS Managers would like people to make robot and machine safety Everyone’s Responsibility, but they have a major obstacle – most people who should be participating in the safety process are not respected as valuable contributors. Safety Center software helps solve that problem permanently. The “Task” aspect of task-based risk assessment is the key. Please call for further help on this topic.
Machine Safety Center delivers the following:
Strict adherence to the following:
ANSI/RIA R15.06-2012 titled“Industrial Robots and Robot Systems – Safety Requirements”. Machines do well with this standard as it addresses machines as robots and machines that interface with robots.
RIA TR R15.306-2106 titled “Technical Report for Industrial Robots and Robot Systems — Safety Requirements — Task-based Risk Assessment Methodology”. The same methodology works for a machine as a robot. The menus are different, but the methodology is the same.
Safety Expert level including all the functionality of the Risk Manager level + Validation of the final mitigation of all hazards with respect to the tasks.
Easy to use functionality that anyone familiar with a Web browser can use. Everyone on the Safety Team can view and use this software. You do not have to be an expert at Excel. This feature includes and gives respect to anyone on the safety team.
An easy to use Instruction Manual with links and pictures:
The ability to use a computer, notebook, tablet or smart cell phone.
Anywhere – Any time access to the Robot Safety Center software and information.
Collaboration from anywhere, with anyone else, anywhere.
Management of areas, sites, integrators, suppliers, contractors and engineering firms.
The software is “Cloud” based, but can be sold to those who require a “Server” installation.
Our network of RIA Standards Committee members and RIA members are constantly giving us feedback for new ideas and occasionally on needed improvements.
Free updates and enhancements:
All of the tasks listed in the ANSI/RIA R15.06-2012 are listed in the software.
You can add your own Tasks, Hazards and Safeguards if they aren’t already in the menus.
You can add pictures, videos, drawings and documents.
You can “Share” your task-based risk assessment(TBRA) with your customers while the robot cell or system is in development without giving up ownership of the TBRA. The customer will have the ability to notate and even add tasks or hazards.