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Automation and Robotics

Benefits:

  • Minimises man-hours spent on repetitive tasks and supporting manufacturing processes
  • Increases productivity and improve manufacturing process quality and reliability

STANDARDS

Document No.
TR ISO/TS 15066:2016
IDENTICAL ADOPTION OF
ISO/TS 15066:2016
TITLE
Technical Reference for robots and robotic devices – Collaborative robots
Why is it useful?
Ensures appropriate measures are in place to ensure the safety of workers when interacting with collaborative and industrial robots.
Document No.
ISO 12100:2010
TITLE
Safety of machinery — General principles for design — Risk assessment and risk reduction
Why is it useful?
Provides a framework for conducting risk assessment of workplace hazards associated with implementing emerging technology in order to eliminate or minimise such risks.
Document No.
ISO/TR 20218-1:2018
TITLE
Robotics — Safety design for industrial robot systems — Part 1: End-effectors
Why is it useful?
Provide guidelines to ensure the safety of end-effectors for robot systems, as a supplement to ISO 10218-1:2011.
Document No.
ISO/TR 20218-2:2017
TITLE
Robotics — Safety design for industrial robot systems — Part 2: Manual load/unload stations
Why is it useful?
Provide guidelines for implementing hazardous areas of robot systems and minimising violations.
Document No.
SS ISO 10218 - 1:2016
IDENTICAL ADOPTION OF
ISO 10218-1:2011
TITLE
Robots and robotic devices – Safety requirements for industrial robots – Part 1 : Robots
Why is it useful?
Ensures appropriate measures are in place to ensure safety of workers when interacting with collaborative industrial robots.
Document No.
SS ISO 10218 - 2:2016
IDENTICAL ADOPTION OF
ISO 10218-2:2011
TITLE
Robots and robotic devices – Safety requirements for industrial robots – Part 2 : Robot systems and integration
Why is it useful?
Ensures appropriate measures are in place to ensure safety of workers when interacting with collaborative industrial robots.