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Sales Director Eastern US at MiR - Mobile Industrial Robots
- Email: jcl [at] mir-robots [dot] com
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In performing a robotic risk assessment -utilizing ISO/TS 15066, there is no force / pressure limits for foot. How do you determine the risk level for the mobile robot rolling over the foot / toe? The current work environment allows sandals so there is a potential for the toe to get struck / rolled over before the bump to the leg.
Hi Carla, I believe the main risk aversion tactic would be to stop the vehicle prior to any contact with personnel. I would encourage you to check out safety guidelines that are more relevant to mobile robots specifically. ISO 3691-4 ANSI B56.5 RIA 15.08 UL 3100 If you have a need to learn more about mobile robots or customers in need this technology, please reach out to setup an intro call.