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Founded in 1921, Ross Controls develops and produces high quality pneumatic valves & systems. It has over sixty years of experience designing & producing monitored redundant valves for safety applications. The DM2 is the latest control-reliable valve series for category 4 applications. The SV series has integrated double pole double throw switch to verify valve function for category 2 and 3 applications. For pneumatic energy isolation, the L-O-X® series provides a full line of manual lockout products. Ross safety-related products meet or exceed the global safety requirements for machine safeguarding and energy isolation and are supported by Ross' experienced global safety team. For robotic innovation, Ross developed one of the most advanced proportional pressure regulation units for faster, more precise robotic coating and dispensing applications, while reducing paint consumption, overspray and VOCs.

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Knowledge is Power: ROSS CONTROLS Announces Spring Schedule For Total Machine Safety Seminar

POSTED 03/06/2012

ROSS CONTROLS® is proud to announce its new spring schedule for Total Machine Safety, a seminar designed to educate maintenance supervisors, safety engineers, safety managers, engineering managers and skilled maintenance technicians on how to improve productivity and reduce risks in the workplace.  ROSS continues its long-standing dedication to customer education and safety training with this fully integrated electrical and fluid power (hydraulic and pneumatic) machine safeguarding training program. 

ROSS' decades of experience training customers and solving safety issues has demonstrated that a thorough approach to safety control system evaluation and design is the best method for the success of one's safety program. The full day Total Machine Safety seminar will address how integrating machine safeguarding early in the machine design process can be beneficial to a company’s bottom line.  Topics include current safety standards, hazard and risk assessment, safety circuits, lockout/tagout, and pneumatic, hydraulic, and electrical components.

Registration for the seminar is $250 for the March dates and $240 for April, but discounts are available for registering multiple students from the same company.  Attendees will receive a comprehensive workbook that contains a compilation of the presentation, a detailed reference material appendix and a glossary.  Besides the valuable presentation materials, the seminar fee includes .8 continuing education units (CEUs), a continental breakfast and lunch.  Parking is free at all locations.  For more information, please visit

What seminar attendees are saying about Total Machine Safety:
“Very good learning/background tool for young engineers.  Recommend new engineers take the course– was very informative.”

“Good course, a lot of useful information was covered.”

Upcoming dates and locations for Total Machine Safety seminars:

March 20, 2012
Homewood Suites by Hilton
1410 Arrowhead Rd.
Maumee, Ohio 43537  USA

March 21, 2012
S.G. Morris Company
699 Miner Rd.
Cleveland, Ohio 44143  USA

March 23, 2012
Pittsburgh Marriott North
100 Cranberry Woods Drive
Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania  16066  USA

April 24, 2012
Location: TBD
Cincinnati, Ohio  USA

April 27, 2012
Location: TBD
Cincinnati, Ohio  USA

To register for the March dates, call:
Jenny Salisbury, S.G. Morris Co.(ROSS' Distributor)
Phone: 866-746-6774, ext. 222

To register for the April dates, call:
Andy Webster, H.M. Wood Co. (ROSS' Distributor)
Phone: 513-755-4060

Time: 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM (doors open for registration & continental breakfast at 7:30 AM).

Established and headquartered in Michigan since 1921, ROSS CONTROLS is an international designer and ISO-certified manufacturer of pneumatic valves and controls systems.  An innovative and driving force in the pneumatic safety industry for over 50 years, ROSS focuses on tailored technology to provide customers with a distinct value advantage. ROSS has subsidiaries in Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom, India, Brazil, France, and China plus 145 worldwide stocking distributors.