International Robot Safety and
Risk Assessment Training Syllabus

ONE-DAY INTERNATIONAL SAFETY TRAINING SEMINAR

INTERNATIONAL BOT SAFETY STANDARD TRAINING - AM & PM Session

Course Objective:

  • Understand basic safety guidelines for robotic applications
  • Identify key elements of the robot safety standard
  • Apply provisions of the standard in daily operations

Methodology
Using lecture aided by visual presentations, inform the students of the essential information contained in ISO 10218 -1 and -2:2011 which in the USA is ANSI/RIA R15.06-2012 Robot Safety Standard.

Course Summary

  • General introduction to standards
    • Various types of standards Oversight and review requirements
  • Overview of the ISO 10218 standard and supporting Technical Reports published by the RIA
    • 10218-1 – Manufacturer
    • 10218-2 – Integrator, supplier, installer
  • Updates on International Standards development work
  • Detailed explanation of key points in the standard
    1. Application
    2. Definitions
    3. Stakeholder responsibilities
    4. Safeguarding methodology
    5. Comprehensive Risk Assessment
    6. Safeguarding procedures
    7. Annexes
  • Collaborative robot application

  • ISO/TS 15066 (RIA TR R15.606)

Students receive a binder with the following documents:

  • ANSI/RIA R15.06-2012 (which is an identical technical adoption of EN/ISO 10218-1 and -2:2011)
  • RIA TR R15.606 Collaborative Robots (which is an identical adoption of ISO/TS 15066:2015)
  • RIA TR R15.306 Task-based Risk Assessment Methodology (compliant with requirements in EN/ISO 10218 and EN/ISO 12100)
  • RIA TR R15.406 Safeguarding
  • RIA TR R15.506 Legacy Systems

Course length - 4 hours

RISK ASSESSMENT - PM Session

Course Objective

  • Identify necessary tasks
  • Identify possible hazards
  • Use furnished matrix to determine risk reduction requirements
  • Reason possible solutions to reduce risk
  • Validate proposed solutions
  • Document the risk assessment

Methodology
Using group participation, guide students through each stage of a risk assessment that satisfies the requirements in the ANSI/RIA R15.06-2012EN/ISO 10218-2:2011 Robot Safety Standard, and called out in the RIA TR R15.306-2016.

Course length - 4 hours