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Back to Basics with Functional Safety

May 16, 2023
Like not having enough safety technology on a machine, an excess of safety technology poses potential problems. Follow the appropriate ISO, IEC or ANSI standards for the most effective solution.

This document is intended to guide readers to standards and methodologies in safety risk assessment and reduction. Readers will receive a practical overview of the most important considerations when designing and implementing a system-integrated functional safety technology. Best practices are given to ensure that important standards are followed and so each machine safety function meets the appropriate performance level. 

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