The seminar provides the necessary legal basics and understanding of standards to evaluate the safety of machinery and to design and calculate safety functions. The seminar is a cooperation between SGS-TÜV Saar and Wieland – Venus Automation. It covers the safety aspects of machinery with the focus on electrotechnical aspects. For more detailed information please download our brochure.

Our next training will be held on the 9th-11th of April 2024. Please contact us below for more details.

If you are interested, please get in contact with us, or fill in the application form and we will get back to you.

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“Raju’s machine safety experience of 25 years was critical during the presentation of the 3-day TUV Certified CESE course. He could co-relate the technical slides with practical examples which made the training material and course notes interesting and easy to understand. I strongly recommend this course to any electrical /maintenance engineer involved with machine safety.”
Rodolfo Ligot, Line Engineer – CSR
“I had known and sought Raju’s help on various machine safety applications including risk assessment and validations for over 16 years now. I had heard benefits about this course from the Industry and finally got an opportunity to enrol myself in February 2020. Thoroughly enjoyed and learnt a great deal from this intensive 3-day course. Course material was unquestionably well presented with practical examples. I have no hesitation in recommending this course to fellow engineers. I wish I had done it sooner.”
 Ashraf Ali, Electrical Engineer – Paramount Technologies Australia

“Raju possesses in-depth knowledge of machine safety including all types of guarding viz; fixed, interlocked guards and electronic sensors. Along with course material, he passed on high quality safety application engineering knowledge with practical examples showing photos, illustrations, drawings and possible solutions. With this knowledge and certification; I feel absolutely confident in upgrading the safety of many old machines and writing the scope of new purchases in our factory. I would strongly recommend the course to fellow engineers within my organisation.”
Chris Triggs, Maintenance Manager– Visy Board

  • EU directives, law and standards
  • Risk assessment according to EN ISO 12100
  • Functional safety according to EN ISO 13849-1 and -2
  • Safety relevant sensory, logical and electrical actors
  • Realization of safety performance level PL
  • Verification and Validation of safety systems
Duration 3 days
Target group
  • Designers
  • Developers
  • Service personnel
  • Safety engineers
Requirements At least 2 years of experience in design, construction or service of functional safety systems
Size of seminar 10
Contact Email: info@venusautomation.com.au
Phone: (02) 8459 7766
VDSI Points The course grants 3 VDSI Points in the section occupational safety