The Additive Manufacturing (AM) Safety eLearning course provides knowledge on the general elements needed when setting up a facility for AM and the safety issues to be considered during the life of the AM processes. This course covers different regulatory standards and codes applicable to AM and guidance on how these standards apply to your facility. The course also identifies the most relevant standards and how they are specifically applied to preserving the safety and wellbeing of employees using additive manufacturing technologies. Learn where to implement many of the safety elements and best practices that need to be considered when; 1) establishing your AM facility, 2) handling AM materials, 3) performing post-processing, and 4) responding in an emergency situation.
The course takes approximately 6 hours to complete and includes instructional video lecture content, interactive knowledge checks, and an exam.
After completing this course, the attendees will be able to:
This training course will be most valuable to users of additive manufacturing (AM) equipment, AM Engineers and Managers, and Facility or Safety Mangers whose responsibilities ensure the safe operations and environment for their organization.
Paul Bates is an Additive Manufacturing Lead Project Engineer for ASTM International. In this role, he brings his technical expertise to drive the projects in Additive Manufacturing training, safety, and certification. He is an industry-recognized AM veteran. Before joining ASTM, Bates was the Manager for Facility Safety and Workforce Development in Additive Manufacturing at UL and served 20+ years at Reebok, where he guided the global athletic footwear leader’s Additive Manufacturing Lab and 3D CAD Team as the Director of Advanced Process Engineering. A 2012 recipient of the Additive Manufacturing User Group (AMUG) DINO Award, Bates is fluent in numerous AM processes, including DMLS, SLS, FDM, and Polyjet. Paul is a member of SME for the past 16 years. He is a Past President of the Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG). He has a BS degree in Design Technology from Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green OH, and a Master’s Degree in Technology Management from the University of Phoenix.
All ASTM online courses are available for a 1 year subscription on ASTM's Learning Center for a Single User Only via username/password. Training cannot be shared. For multi-user access and pricing, contact sales here or call 1-877-909-ASTM.
Internet access is required.