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Pilz Is Expanding Its Worldwide Online Training Offer: Machinery Safety Knowledge – Live, From Anywhere

September 19, 2023

Pilz Is Expanding Its Worldwide Online Training Offer: Machinery Safety Knowledge – Live, From Anywhere

The automation expert Pilz is expanding its worldwide digital training offer for machinery safety.

The automation expert Pilz is expanding its worldwide digital training offer for machinery safety. With the new “International Training Calendar”, standardized training courses from Pilz can now be attended live online. So, the training offer is also available in regions where Pilz does not have a subsidiary. As a result, Pilz makes it easier for customers to access knowledge sharing and gives them greater flexibility for further training in key areas of machinery safety.

As “Ambassador for Safety” and with its Pilz Academy, for decades the automation company Pilz has been bringing machinery safety knowledge to the world. To this end, the Pilz subsidiaries offer appropriate local training, which takes national legislation and the requirements of the respective market into account. The new internationally standardized training courses in the “International Training Calendar” enhance Pilz’s existing online training offer globally: the existing face-to-face training courses were redesigned as pure online seminars, with the same consistent high quality. Machine manufacturers and operators alike can benefit digitally from the know-how of Pilz experts, wherever they are – for example, in regions where Pilz does not offer face-to-face training in close proximity to customers. Companies wishing to train employees at different sites across the world to the same level of machinery safety also benefit.

The automation expert Pilz is expanding its worldwide digital training offer for machinery safety. With the new “International Training Calendar”, standardized training courses from Pilz can now be attended live online. So, the training offer is also available in regions where Pilz does not have a subsidiary. As a result, Pilz makes it easier for customers to access knowledge sharing and gives them greater flexibility for further training in key areas of machinery safety.

As “Ambassador for Safety”, and with its Pilz Academy, for decades the automation company Pilz has been bringing machinery safety knowledge to the world. To this end, the Pilz subsidiaries offer appropriate local training, which takes national legislation and the requirements of the respective market into account. The new internationally standardized training courses in the “International Training Calendar” enhance Pilz’s existing online training offer globally: the existing face-to-face training courses were redesigned as pure online seminars, with the same consistent high quality. Machine manufacturers and operators alike can benefit digitally from the know-how of Pilz experts, wherever they are – for example, in regions where Pilz does not offer face-to-face training in close proximity to customers. Companies wishing to train employees at different sites across the world to the same level of machinery safety also benefit.

Efficient further training across a wide range of subjects

In keeping with the Pilz Academy’s qualification route, the seminars in the “International Training Calendar”, are divided into four levels – from introductory level to expert certification. They cover the principles of machinery safety, as well as specific specialist knowledge of the essential safety requirements, in robot applications for example. Delegates always have up-to-date content, which is updated to address any changes that affect national or international machinery safety standards and directives. So, the “International Training Calendar” also covers valuable application knowledge for functional safety in accordance with the new EN ISO 13849-1 and EN IEC 62061. The training is provided in English. The seminar program is regularly expanded to include new training courses – Pilz’s finger is always on the pulse.

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