Leuze electronic is emphasising the fact that its latest training workshops include FREE one-day training workshops on the use of SISTEMA, the machinery safety software tool, in addition to a FREE one-day training workshop on Machine Safety. These events have been organised following the excellent response to the free half-day Machine Safety Workshops held in October 2010, and the clear demand for SISTEMA training workshops.
Kevin Ellison, Technical Support Engineer at Leuze electronic, comments: "Leuze electronic are committed to providing the best products and the best service. Therefore, we offer free training and software, because we believe this will help our customers gain an advantage by reducing their design and installation time."
Mark Weymouth, MD, adds: "We are in the business of selling the best machine safety products, including light curtains, laser scanners and interlocks. Training and software is something that I believe should support this, rather than being a business itself, which might distract us and confuse customers.
"The high level of attendance and the positive feedback we received from the last training seems to support this opinion and certainly it has encouraged me to develop the training into longer sessions. The training on using the free software tool SISTEMA comes about as a result of requests that customers made at the last training sessions."
22 March 2011, 09:30am - 17:00, St Neots
Robert Sammer, manager of training and education for Leuze electronic's machine safety systems in Germany, will present this workshop covering topics including:
21 March or 23 March 2011, 9:30 - 17:00, St Neots
Robert Sammer, manager of training and education for Leuze electronic's machine safety division in Germany, will present this workshop explaining the application of the SISTEMA (Safety Integrity Software Tool for the Evaluation of Machine Applications), which evaluates safety-related parts within control systems.