Risk Assessment Training

How to Perform a Risk Assessment on Machines and Equipment

ANSI B11.0 - Risk Assessment Training

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With more and more ANSI standards now requiring a risk assessment for machinery, performing a risk assessment for machinery is now commonplace. And a well-performed Risk Assessment can be extremely beneficial to a company's bottom line -- but a poorly done Risk Assessment can be worse than none at all. Learn how to perform a Risk Assessment per the latest official standards.

The training seminar will cover the OSHA and ANSI requirements to properly conduct a risk assessment for machines and equipment

The objectives for the seminar is:
  • Understand the risk assessment process
  • Identify different hazards during the risk assessment process
  • Understand ways of creating customized risk assessment templates
  • Do a practical implementation of risk assessment
  • Understand the documentation requirements for risk assessment

  • As ANSI and Internatinal ISO machine safety standards aregrowing in importance, design engineers, application engineers and system integrators involved in machine safety should become knowledgeable in the requirements of Risk Assessment, per ANSI B11.0 (2010) and ISO 12100 (2010).

    The objective of this risk assessment training is to present the risk assessment process as a necessary step in the design process. The perceived complexities are now simplified with examples on how to identify different hazards, define machine limits, assess the risk, and provide risk reduction techniques. There will be various xercises based on practical examples and actual risk assessments. This training will follow the risk evaluation method outlined in ANSI B11.0 (2010), with the aid of pre-completed templates and various real life examples.

    Upon completion of this seminar, participants should have a significantly improved understanding of the OSHA and ANSI standards for risk assessment that apply to the type of machines and equipment. In addition, participants should be able to identify different hazards during the risk assessment process, and understand the implementation of risk assessment per ANSI standards.

    Hazard and Risk Assessment

  • Includes actual real-life examples
  • Differences between ANSI and ISO requirements
  • How to be realistic and consistent in assessing:
  • severity
  • frequency of exposure
  • ability to avoid harm
  • Hazard reduction techniques
  • How to incorporate risk reduction from the start
  • Techniques to Reduce Risk

  • The Head Trainer


    William S. Howard

    William S. Howard is a specialist in the design of machinery and equipment. He is an OSHA expert in machine safeguarding. He has personally designed hundreds of machines -- over $100 million in total value -- which are currently operating across the USA and around the world, in over 30 countries.

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  • We specialize exclusively in manufacturing safety - training geared to manufacturers.
  • We offer only advanced, high level training.
  • Our training is individually tailored, customized to your machines.
  • We can add any personalized training desired by the customer.
  • We teach on-site at your facility, or at our headquarters in Atlanta.
  • Training is provided in all 50 states across the USA.
  • Taught by a machine safety expert - an actual accredited expert in the area of machine safety.
  • All participants earn a completion safety certificate.


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    William Stamps Howard
    Contact me directly at:
    (770) 331-2283
    WSHoward@ManufacturingSafety.com

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