Original news from www.marketwatch.com. Said about Robotic Industries Association Safety Training Event 2009 which will be held several times in different place during year 2009.
ANN ARBOR, Mich., Dec 05, 2008 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — As more companies adopt robots the need for safety training is expanding across the U.S. and Robotic Industries Association (RIA) is responding with more training events and locations than ever.
For the first time, Knoxville, Tennessee is host to RIA’s 2009 Spring Robot Safety Conference at the Knoxville Marriott from March 23-25, 2009. This three-day conference features a mix of workshops and conference sessions. Tabletop exhibits also accompany the conference with top companies displaying their latest robots, accessories and safety product innovations.
The RIA continues a twenty-one-year tradition of safety training as the National Robot Safety Conference XXI comes to Detroit at the Hyatt Regency Dearborn October 26-29, 2009. Attendees have four days to receive comprehensive training for their automation safety concerns. Pre- and post- conference workshops accompany the main conference, which features presentations on robot safety, standards, case studies, the latest developments and more. A networking and tabletop trade fair is also included, adding to the event’s value and excitement.
Companies interested in participating in the tabletop exhibits for either conference can call RIA at 734/994-6088.
In addition to its two conferences, RIA offers one-day Robot Safety Standard (R15.06) & Robot Risk Assessment Seminars. These robot safety seminars, modeled after RIA’s popular In-House Training courses, make their inaugural stops in Long Beach, California at host facility DENSO Robotics on February 4, 2009, and in Phoenix on March 30, 2009.
According to RIA’s Standards Development Director, Jeff Fryman, “The addition of the Long Beach and Phoenix seminars highlight the Association’s commitment to reach those interested in industrial safety throughout the West. These seminars extend an opportunity for those in the region to attend and receive training that meets their needs.”
Full seminar, workshop and conference agendas are being developed for all safety events and will be posted on the Association’s website (visit www.robotics.org) along with detailed registration information.