The E-stop is designed as a secondary safety measure, preventing the machine from injuring the user in the event that the primary safety was not sufficient or when all the other safety measures failed. That’s why an E-stop failure is likely to lead to a disastrous situation.
In this webinar, we will go through the possible failures of the E-stop and how to overcome them.

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In this first APEM webinar, you could learn about situations in which your Emergency-stop switch can fail and how to easily remedy a potentially hazardous situation

For any question, please contact vivien.rineau@apem.fr



With more than 70 years of experience, IDEC is a leading company in the field of Human-Machine Interfaces, leading the way to create
the safest possible environment for humans and machines.

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After obtaining a Master’s Degree in electronics and mechanical engineering, Vivien worked for 8 years as a product manager developing and promoting accessories in the electrical distribution network and served all the major utility companies around the world. He then joined APEM to promote IDEC switches early in 2018.

Over the last 10 years, Vivien has developed considerable expertise in safety solutions, with the opportunity to deal with many different environments and standards and to provide his customers with the best solutions for their applications.


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