Seminar: Metalforming Safety Clinic

June 12, 2024
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PMA presents the Metalforming Safety Clinic, an in-person and virtual seminar, July 17 at PMA headquarters in Independence, OH. Hosted by Dean Phillips, PMA director of training, the event will address key safety-related topics, including personal protective equipment, lockout/tagout and the secret to OSHA’s ¼-in. rule for safeguarding the point of operation. Numerous guarding options will be discussed, as well as OSHA’s and ANSI’s safe-distance formulas. The use of light curtains also will be covered, including blanking, muting and horizontal remotes.

Attendees will learn about die blocks, control reliability, brake-monitor setting, the impacts of slow stopping, tonnage monitoring, tooling safety and much more at this comprehensive safety seminar for metal stamping professionals.

The price to attend the Metalforming Safety Clinic, in-person or virtually, is $399 for PMA members and $599 for nonmembers, with breakfast and lunch included for in-person attendees as well as special hotel rates.

More details and to register, or contact Marianne Sichi, 216/901-8800 ext. 150.

Industry-Related Terms: Blanking, Die, Point
View Glossary of Metalforming Terms

 

See also: Precision Metalforming Association

Technologies: Management

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