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Robert Kaspersma

Robert Kaspersma has been involved in certification according to ASME A17.1/CSA B44 and A17.7/B44.7 at Liftinstituut for 23 years. He also works with the ISO 9000 and 8100 series of standards and ISO 14178 (Risk Assessment). He has more than 22 years of experience with the European Directives (2006/42/EC (machines) and 2014/33/EU (lifts)) and European Standards (EN 81 series). Kaspersma is a vice chair of the A17.7/ B44.7 New Technology Committee and a member
of the A17.1 Mechanical Design Committee, A17.8 Wind Turbine Elevator Project Team and various Notified Body and CEN working groups. He is a recipient of the Liftinstituut Innovation award for introducing the Elevator and Escalator Safety Awareness Week in the Netherlands. He has a bachelor’s degree in Applied Physics and a postgraduate degree in Safety
Engineering.

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Integral Safety Vision

By Robert Kaspersma | March 1, 2019
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A look at improving equipment safety via awareness programs around the world This article was first presented at the 2018 International Elevator & Escalator Symposium in Istanbul. For more information on 2019’s event in Las Vegas and to participate, visit www.elevatorsymposium.org. Liftinstituut believes elevator and escalator safety is not a responsibility with one dimension or…

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