Safety Integrated for optimal machine safety

Machine safety

Consistent, end-to-end safety for factory automation

Safety only truly exists if all the components and systems used in the plant are safe at all times. Siemens integrates the appropriate safety functions into the standard automation to ensure safety at any time during the production process. That's the consistent implementation of safety solutions according to Totally Integrated Automation. You need fewer components, less wiring, and save space in the control cabinet.

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Der Safety-Leitfaden für optimale Maschinensicherheit

Become a safety hero

The safety guide for optimum machine safety

Machine safety is a complex issue. Technical measures for machine safety make a significant contribution. Standardization recommends implementing a structured process.
But what exactly might a well-structured process look like?
We will show you what aspects are important, what is entailed and how you can plan and implement such a process in an efficient manner. 

Solution portfolio

Concepts for safe machines

Safety Integrated: the best possible machine safety with no additional hardware. The consistent integration of safety functions in our automation components ensures optimal safety without requiring additional hardware. With the easy engineering in TIA Portal you can save and can also meet all requirements thanks to the scalability.

Application examples

Are you looking for specific application examples? Our experts created a wide range of examples how to implement safety functions with our failsafe controls, drives and switching technology. Take the direct route to machine safety and get the latest tips and tricks!

Safety consulting

Machine safety is a complex topic and affects mechanics as well as electrical engineers.
You may justifiably wonder when and where to start - no matter if it's a whole process or a single machine. Discover our step-by-step process that leads you through the jungle of legislation.

Product range

Our product portfolio for machine safety

Whether it’s for automaton, drives, communications, HMIs, or switching technology: Safety Integrated ensures the best possible safety in all kinds of industrial applications, at all times.
Configure and evaluate

TIA Selection Tool - The fast way to a safe solution!

The TIA Selection Tool is a configurator for the entire Siemens automation portfolio. The desktop version enables flexible work from anywhere and at any time. Do three things with one tool: select, configure and evaluate the safety function! The intelligent wizards in the tool support you with your safety configuration. Start your own configuration now with the TIA Selection Tool!
Benefits

How you benefit from Safety Integrated

The easy, reliable path to a compliant solution: standards and regulations

Mechanical engineers and plant operators must ensure that international and regional standards and regulations for machine safety are observed.

Trainings

Siemens offers a broad-based training program, ranging from basic knowledge to expert level courses for functional safety. You’re sure to find the most suitable training on the topic of machine or process safety here, whether your preference is for a digital learning platform or classroom training.

Safety Evaluation Tool (SET)

The free Safety Evaluation Tool (SET) for the IEC 62061 and ISO 13849-1 standards gets you directly to your goal. This online tool supports the fast and reliable assessment of your machine’s safety functions. As a result, you are provided with a standard-compliant report that can be integrated in the machine documentation as a proof of safety.

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Playing it safe

Safety – easy and reliable

With Safety Integrated, you can always rest assured that optimal machine safety is guaranteed. Our certified products and solutions are always being refined and adapted to changing standards and conditions. This ensures consistent, end-to-end safety along the entire value chain.

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