CE Audit Training

There are many reasons you may decide to perform due diligence on the conformity of an industrial machine to the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC but the most common are:

  • Sourcing a new machine for use or incorporation in to a project
  • Internal checks for quality assurance on the conformity assessment procedure
  • Factory Acceptance Test (FAT)

This CE Audit training course will take place at the Spiers Training Centre, based in Tamworth, Staffordshire. However, if you have several members of staff who would like to attend, then we will be happy to deliver the training at your site (subject to T&Cs).

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CE Audit Training

What is entailed?

  • An introduction to CE Audits (Presentation/Discussion). [2 hours]
  • The CE Audit Checklist and Guidance [4 hours]
  • Group Task. Identify typical defects in the design of industrial machines using the scenarios given. Discuss and agree. [1 hour]

Who is it aimed at?

This course would suit any person required to check the conformity of an industrial machine for the purposes listed above. This can be a safety manager, engineering manager, project manager or in the case of a machine manufacturer it may be a compliance manager, QSHE manager, designer, product manager or similar.

Learning Outcomes

After completing this course, you will leave knowing how to use the CE Audit of industrial machines checklist to:

  1. Identify typical obvious design defects in the CE process of industrial machine
  2. How to audit the instruction handbook

In order to meet the learning outcomes above, we will look (in detail) at;

  1. The Purpose of CE Audits
  2. Roles and responsibilities
  3. Conformity assessment procedures
  4. Relevant directives
  5. Conformity Assessment
  6. The principles of integration and the 3 Step Method
  7. Markings on the machine
  8. Instruction Handbook
  9. Declaration
  10. Technical Construction File (in brief)

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