Functional Safety Services for Industrial Machinery from Wieland Electric

DCS Wieland Functional Safety Servics for Industrial Machinery 3 400

March 18, 2022

 

For more than 30 years, Wieland electric has provided safety control devices & support for industrial machinery. They know the safety standards and the capabilities of current technology. Now they can also help clients with safety services for the entire machine lifecycle. They provide expert guidance on Risk Assessments, applicable safety standards requirements (local and global), safety design, lockout/ tag-out programs, and more.

  • •Safety Consultation
  • •Machine safety concept
  • •Lockout/ tag-out
  • •Risk assessment
  • •Design & mitigation
  • •Validation to EN ISO 13849-2
  • •Maintenance & modification as it relates to safety
  • •Education & training related to the new machine safety system
  • •Lockout/ tag-out training
  • •Certified Electricals Safety Engineer (CESE) certification

 

Wherever you are in the safety process, Wieland Electric can provide a plan of actions for the next steps. From consultations to full project implementation and training – you decide how much support you need. Over a dedicated meeting and assessment, the safety expert will walk you through the requirements and the next steps. Depending on the project, some consultations can be completed virtually while others require a more detailed in-person assessment.

DCS Wieland Functional Safety Servics for Industrial Machinery 2 400

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