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Applying ISO 13849 Functional Safety to Machines in the USA

A Machine Design, EHS Today, New Equipment Digest and Plant Services-hosted webinar sponsored by Schmersal

Originally broadcast on October 25, 2023. Now available On Demand.

Sponsor: Schmersal
Duration: 1 Hour

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Functional safety and Performance Levels are key elements behind the machine safety standard ISO 13849.

Being a global harmonized standard, it is accepted worldwide in designing the safety related parts of the control system of a machine. However, understanding the theory behind ISO 13849 and actually implementing it can be difficult.

Join Devin Murray from Schmersal as he provides an overview of what the ISO 13849 standard is, when and how to use it, how it relates to machine safety in the USA and a look at misconceptions surrounding the standard.


Devin Murray | tec.nicum Services Manager | Schmersal USA
FS Eng (TÜV Rheinland ID-No. 4274/11 Machinery)

Devin is the tec.nicum Services Manager for Schmersal’s engineering services group in North America. He has written many whitepapers related to safety standards and general machine guarding, conducted risk assessments and validations, and developed and reviewed the implementation of corporate safety standards. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and an MBA from Alfred University and is a TÜV certified Functional Safety Engineer for Machinery.

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