British Automation and Robotics Association to Organize Machine Safety Conference

British Automation and Robotics Association (BARA) has collaborated with Drives & Controls for organizing Machine Safety Conference at Bletchley Park on November 9. The conference will focus on realizing operational safety and will offer a brief summary on latest enhancements made on the machinery directive as well as machinery standards and legislation.

The conference will feature lectures and demos embracing risk analysis and safety machine architecture. It will be participated by engineers and managers dealing with machine safety and developers of safety-related electrical control systems. Question and answer session will also be a part of the event in which the participants raise questions and get clarified from a team of professionals. In the exhibition area, all the emissaries can meet major suppliers of machine safety.

Dr Richard Piggin, Director of the Conference and Chairman of Bara’s Safety Special Interest Group has stated that the popularity of their events has been established by a huge number of participants. He added that due to the scenario of varying standards, envoys from various industries require an exclusive forum for discussing the operational safety standards and legislation.

The envoys will also be exposed to Britain’s code-breaking actions during the Second World War, latest version of the Turing Bombe which was meant for deciphering Enigma codes and the origin of the modern computer.


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