Understanding Conveyor Safety - Brisbane

19 Nov 2013 at Christie Conference Centre, Brisbane QLD, Australia

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Attend this course to improve your understanding of AS1755 and to raise the standard of conveyors on your site.

The standard is explained using a structured approach, with great examples from sites, and prompts for discussion of its commonly misinterpreted concepts
This course provides participants with a comprehensive review of the AS1755 standard and what conveyor designers and conveyor plant owners need to know about safety systems for their conveyors.
The standard is broken up into easy to understand sections. Each section is explained using examples from sites and direct extracts from AS1755. The primary focus is on troughed belt conveyors.
Safety systems to control high risk potential, such as conveyor emergency stops and conveyor guarding, are presented in the most detail. Andrew uses his background in conveyor condition monitoring and design to discuss different methods of guard design to suit the increasingly strict industrial safety requirements.
The course participant will learn about the importance of correct interpretation of AS1755 in the design phase of a conveyor project, but also learn ways to efficiently implement safety improvements to existing conveyor installations.
This 1-day course will provide the participant with a thorough working knowledge of the safety requirements of AS1755, and allow them to review the current safety levels for their conveyor designs or conveyor plant.

On Tuesday November 19, 2013 at 8:15 am, ends Tuesday November 19, 2013 at 5:00 pm.

Price: 1 Day Training Course: $ 1644.50 AUD

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Christie Conference Centre, 320 Adelaide Street, 4000, Brisbane QLD, Australia


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