Last edit: 20/03/2023
TARGET GROUP: Health and Safety Officers.
SCOPE: The goal of this training is to give a “reference base” in terms of CE marking of machinery and responsibilities.
CONTENTS: One of the main legislations governing the harmonisation of essential health and safety requirements for machinery at EU level is the Machinery Directive 2006/42/CE.
The topics covered will be the basic principles of the Machinery Directive (Machines, Partly completed machinery, Annex V 81/08, responsibilities) and the main “Mechanical” Standards.
Here are the topics in detail:
- European Legislative Landscape, New Approach directives and the Blue Guide
- Introduction and Scope
- Partly Completed Machinery
- Annex IV machinery
- Implications of CE Marking
- The safeguard clause
- The New Machinery Regulation (NPR)
- How to improve safety of non-CE marked machinery
- The “Rules of the Game” for Manufacturers and Users
- What to do for modifications to non-CE machinery
- Risk analysis methodology and the Risk Charts
- Introduction to the main Machinery Directive harmonized standards
DURATION: 8 hours
GT Engineering is a member of ISO TC 199, an international technical committee that deals with the development of type A (ISO 12100) and B standards harmonized to the Machinery Regulation.
The company is also a member of the ANSI (American National Standards Institute) technical committees B11.0 and B11.19, the first section deals with the risk analysis methodology and the second deals with the risk reduction.