A comprehensive Safety Automation Forum focussing on machine safety automation applications is one of the key highlights of the Rockwell Automation on the Move travelling industry event.
As one of the world’s largest safety system providers, Rockwell Automation has a well-established reputation for helping manufacturers improve productivity and safety at the workplace through a better understanding of global safety standards and practices for manufacturing applications.
The Safety Automation Forum will showcase machine process and electrical safety techniques from leading industry safety experts.
Gary Milburn, Product Manager – Safety, Rockwell Automation explains that the Forum will help stakeholders in the manufacturing industry further protect personnel and equipment while also improving productivity through valuable insights provided by industry specialists and peers.
Participants will share best practices to help increase worker safety, improve business performance, foster a safety-oriented company-wide culture, and meet compliance with global standards. The Safety Automation Forum comprises of a series of informative sessions held over the day.
The Safety Automation Forum will be a daily feature during the Melbourne Rockwell Automation on the Move event. The two-day event will be held at Melbourne Park Function Centre on March 6-7, 2012.
Admission is free and lunch will be provided for registered attendees.
Rockwell Automation on the Move will then progress to Sydney (2-3 May), Brisbane (22-23 May) and Perth (6-7 June).
Rockwell Automation is a leading global provider of industrial power, automation control and information solutions with a broad product mix that includes control logic systems, sensors, human machine interfaces, drive controllers, power devices, and software.