• To provide a clear understanding of robots and robotic cells in order to make appropriate
• To provide a guideline for developing entrapment rescue procedures for individual robotic cells
• Legal requirements and the Canadian Standards Association Z434-03 Industrial Robots and Robot Systems – General Safety Requirements
• A clear understanding of component parts of the robotic cell
• Reducing the risk of entrapment through guarding and lockout
• Discussion of who is needed on the rescue team
• Necessary rescue equipment and the rescue storage box
• Overriding guards and controls that may delay a rescue
• Importance of blocking
• Proper use of jacks
• First aid requirements
• Sample entrapment rescue procedures for a robotic cell
• Requirements for notification and disturbance of the accident scene
• Actual simulation of an entrapment on the shop floor.
• Robotic equipment operators, millwrights, electricians, first aiders, supervisors, group leaders, and health & safety committee members.
• 1/2 day (maximum group size is 20)