Safety Automation Forum – Protecting People, Productivity and Planet – November 2, 2010
Jeff Russell will discuss how Pepsi Co Americas Beverage Division achieved global safety compliance by adopting international safety standards. The Safety Automation Forum event offers automation professionals the opportunity to join industry stakeholders to learn about safety’s continued importance within manufacturing, its affect on the top and bottom line, and how to best leverage changing standards.
Learn how to achieve global safety compliance by adopting international safety standards from Jeff Russell at Pepsi Co.
Also join keynote speakers, Greg Anderson, author of “Safety 24/7: Building an Incident-Free Culture” and William Hilton of Georgia-Pacific, who will share best practices for creating a successful safety culture and leveraging machine safety technology to better protect personnel and improved productivity.
The Safety Automation Forum event offers automation professionals the opportunity to join industry stakeholders to learn about safety’s continued importance within manufacturing, its affect on the top and bottom line, and how to best leverage changing standards.
Rockwell Automation developed the multi-session, one-day industry conference to be held in conjunction with the annual Automation Fair, the premier event for automation and control information, services and solutions. Automation Fair features exhibits, technical sessions, hands-on labs and industry forums.
This article was provided to Control Engineering for the Oct. 13 Rockwell Automation Safety Custom eNewsletter.
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