Spiers Engineering Safety provide expert consultancy in the fields of CE Marking of Machinery, PUWER inspection and Machine Risk Assessment services anywhere in the world. We are proud to have worked with large organisations such as Jaguar Land Rover, Arla Foods, Drax Power and the NHS.
The UK regulatory environment for machine safety is known to be one of the toughest in the world. Spiers are proud to be a wholly UK owned Limited company able to advise on Machine Safety and EN standards. We aim to export machinery safety excellence so there is always a bag packed to get to you where and when you need us.
Spiers Engineering Safety are a UK based machinery safety consultancy offering high quality support in all aspects of conformity, compliance, inspection and risk assessment of machinery services.
The business was started by Warren Spiers in 2011 after leaving Laidler Associates (TUV PS SUD). Mike Armstrong also left TUV to join Spiers in 2012 and together they have achieved impressive growth year on year despite the credit crunch. Spiers engineering Safety have recognised the need to continuously develop their services and knowledge in line with best practice and customer requirements.
Spiers have a straight talking approach, expert consultancy and investment in to personal and technological development to improve their services making them unique and efficient.
We provide a wide range of services related to Machine Safety including PUWER, CE Marking and Functional Safety. We are also proud to be the First Machine Safety Consultancy who offer an Accredited PUWER qualification.
Yes, we provide a wide range of courses to suit all levels of competency around Machine Safety:
Our ‘What is PUWER’ page is filled with useful information and guidance around the subject of PUWER.
If you are an Engineer or Health and Safety professional who would like an introduction to Machine Safety or you need to brush up on your Machine Safety knowledge, then our Machine Safety Workshops are perfect. Our own machine safety engineers deliver these workshops in a relaxed question and answer format, giving you the chance to bring your own machine safety headaches to the table. These workshops do not follow a strict set of learning outcomes, but still cover a wide range of topics which are imperative to any employee who manage and/or operate machines.