The Safety Automation Forum will showcase machine process and electrical safety techniques from leading industry safety experts.
Rockwell Automation product manager – safety Gary Milburn said: “Those in the manufacturing industry interested in learning how to help further protect personnel and equipment – all while still improving productivity – can gain valuable insight from industry specialists and peers.”
The key benefits of the forum would be to share best practices to help increase worker safety, improve business performance, foster a safety-orientated company-wide culture and meet compliance with global standards, he said.
The Safety Automation Forum comprises a series of informative sessions held over the day. Visitors will hear from industry experts on why implementing and deploying a safety solution is important. The audience will be challenged to look at safety in a different way.
The Safety Automation Forum will be featured daily 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).