Jeff Pratt has been active in EH&S for 27 years, and is passionate about preventing injuries. Jeff currently holds the position of Sr. Corporate Environmental Health and Safety & Engineer at Crown Equipment Corporation, where he has worked since 2008. He is responsible for the development of Crown’s Global EHS programs. Over the years, Jeff has proven to be not only a safety expert in his own right, conducting numerous robot and other risk assessments, but is also an accomplished trainer and educator in the area of safety and risk reduction, authoring several safety and ergonomics articles. Jeff actively participates on the Robotic Industries Association R15.06 Risk Assessment committee, and is the Vice Chair of the RIA 15.08 Committee tasked with developing safety standards for Mobile Robots. Prior to joining Crown, Jeff worked for 20 years at Gold Shield of Indiana (now Goldshield Fiberglass) in positions of steadily increasing EHS responsibility. Jeff holds two college degrees; a B.S. in Human Resource & Business Administration from Indiana Institute of Technology, as well as an Associate’s degree in Technical Studies from Wright State University (Microcomputers / Management & Design Engineering). César Reyes Núñez, He is a chemical engineer graduated from the UNAM where the first experience in safety was to participate in the preparation of Risk Analysis for the chemical industry and modeling effects with hazardous materials. Hence, it declines and focuses full time on Industrial Safety. In the area with 15 years of experience first in the National Institute of Total Loss Control, advising on the implementation of safety programs and security audits, legal compliance and safety based on behavior and emergency response for the paper industry, basic chemistry and industry in general. Subsequently he is responsible for safety in the automotive industry and metalworking with foundry processes. Performing risk analysis in machinery and robots, this being the first contact with these teams and where it is aware of several incidents of high potential for damage. Since 2012 he is EHS Coordinator for Crown Mexico, where he is an safety instructor, implementation of initiatives in risk prevention and experiential training. Diploma in risk analysis and environmental vulnerability, Training as Lead Auditor ISO 14001 BSI, Training as in Auditor in OHSAS 18001, Functional Safety Training ISO 13849 -1, Training in Tap Root Accident Investigation Techniques.