Chicago, IL (PRWEB) August 12, 2008
Summit Media LLC and Rockwell Automation have announced the creation of the Safety Automation Forum, a one-day industry event focused on helping manufacturers implement safety strategies that protect employees and processes without hindering productivity.
The forum, to be held November 18 in Nashville, Tenn., explores advances in technology, integrated safety automation, the ROI of safety investments, and global standards from leading authorities at Chevron, Procter & Gamble, Sherwin Williams, TÜV and other key organizations. These experts will provide insights on innovative integrated safety solutions, evolving standards and best practices.
The full, one-day agenda - moderated by Gary Mintchell, editor in chief of Summit Media's Automation World magazine - will offer ample opportunities for questions, feedback sessions, and networking with industry peers and experts.
Online registration for Safety Automation Forum is available at http://www.safetyautomationforum.com.
The Safety Automation Forum will take place at the Gaylord Opryland Center in Nashville, the day before the opening of the 17th annual Automation Fair event, which forum participants may attend free of charge. Automation Fair provides free educational opportunities for manufacturers, showcasing more than 100 exhibitors, as well as technical sessions, hands-on labs and industry forums.
Rockwell Automation takes a holistic approach to machine and process safety, and has established itself through growth and acquisition as the global market leader, based on data from the ARC Advisory Group.
About Summit Media, LLC:
Chicago-based Summit Media, LLC is an integrated media publisher offering business information for manufacturing automation professionals. Summit Media, LLC publishes Automation World (http://www.automationworld.com) and a variety of e-media products, Webcasts, and conferences.
About Rockwell Automation:
Rockwell Automation Inc. (NYSE: ROK) is a leading global provider of industrial automation power, control and information solutions that help manufacturers achieve a competitive advantage in their businesses. The company brings together leading global brands in industrial automation that include Allen-Bradley controls and services, and Rockwell Software factory management software. Headquartered in Milwaukee, Wis., the company employs about 20,000 people serving customers in more than 80 countries.
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