Tower Automotive Meridian Mississippi Work Safety Violations – Tower International

Tower International dba Tower Automotive 17672 North Laurel Park Drive Suite 400E, Livonia, MI 48152, Robotics Tech Employee subjected to diversity rejection retaliation. Tower Automotive made major violations of 42 U.S.C. § 2000e–3(a) unlawful retaliation under Title VII of The Civil Rights Act of 1964 as seen and heard in this video. Also work safety violations can be found all through this video – Please watch and take notes. The work safety violations point to OSHA PUB 8-1.3 Published Sep 21, 1987 titled: Guidelines for Robotics Safety. This is a 30 year old publication that defines safe work practices with Robotics and Artificial Intelligence. Also an introduction to robotics and common practices with Robotic and Mechatronic Engineering Brands such as Yaskawa Motoman Robotics, GE Funuc Robotics, ABB IRB Robots, Kawaski RS007 Robotics, Nachi Robotics, Epson Robots, Comau Robotics, Universal Robots, Foxconn Robotics and Apple I-phone Manufacturer, Hitachi Internet of Things Integrated Robots, Stäubli Original Robotics Manufacturers, Denso Robotics, Omron Robotics, Universal Robots Collaborative Robots, Kuka Robotics, Honda Worldwide Robotics and Mitsubishi Robotics

OSHA Instruction PUB 8-1.3 SEP 21, 1987 Office of Science and Technology Assessment
TRAINING (A-7) – Title: Guidelines for Robotics Safety
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Effective accident prevention programs include training. Some points to be considered in training programs include:

  1. Managers and supervisors in facilities that use robots are trained in the working aspects of robots so that they can set and enforce a robotics safety policy from an informed viewpoint.
  2. The employer insures that his or her company has a written robotics safety policy that has been explained to all personnel who will be working with robots. This safety policy states by name which personnel are authorized to work with robots.
  3. Robot programming and maintenance operations are prohibited for persons other than those who have received adequate training in hazard recognition and the control of robots.

To get more information on robotics please read:
and History of Robotics –

Robotics is an interdisciplinary branch of engineering and science that includes mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, computer science, and others. Robotics deals with the design, construction, operation, and use of robots, as well as computer systems for their control, sensory feedback, and information processing. Robotics is a branch of engineering that involves the conception, design, manufacture, and operation of robots. This field overlaps with electronics, computer science, artificial intelligence, mechatronics, nanotechnology and bioengineering. Science-fiction author Isaac Asimov is often given credit for being the first person to use the term robotics in a short story composed in the 1940s. Asimov’s Three Laws of Robotics. In 1942, the science fiction writer Isaac Asimov created his Three Laws of Robotics. In 1948, Norbert Wiener formulated the principles of cybernetics, the basis of practical robotics.

Current and potential Robotics Applications include:

01) Military robots
02) Caterpillar plans to develop remote controlled machines and expects to develop fully autonomous heavy robots by 2021. Some cranes already are remote controlled.
03) It was demonstrated that a robot can perform a herding task.
04) Robots are increasingly used in manufacturing (since the 1960s). In the auto industry, they can amount for more than half of the “labor”. There are even “lights off” factories such as an IBM keyboard manufacturing factory in Texas that is 100% automated.
05) Robots such as HOSPI are used as couriers in hospitals (hospital robot). Other hospital tasks performed by robots are receptionists, guides and porters helpers.[23]
06) Robots can serve as waiters and cooks, also at home. Boris is a robot that can load a dishwasher. Rotimatic is a robotics kitchen appliance that cooks flatbreads automatically.
07) Robot combat for sport – hobby or sport event where two or more robots fight in an arena to disable each other. This has developed from a hobby in the 1990s to several TV series worldwide.
08) Cleanup of contaminated areas, such as toxic waste or nuclear facilities.
09) Agricultural robots (AgRobots).
10) Domestic robots, cleaning and caring for the elderly
11) Medical robots performing low-invasive surgery
12) Household robots with full use.
13) Nano Robots
14) Swarm robotics
15) Robotics combined with the Internet of Things.