CE Marking Training Course for Industrial Machinery (Level 2)

The aim of this CE marking course is to give machine manufacturers, modifiers, and those involved in pre-purchase auditing, an understanding of what is required to demonstrate compliance with the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC (MD).

This is a 2 day course, delivered at the Spiers Training Centre in Tamworth, Staffs.

  • Gain a good understanding of what is required to demonstrate compliance with the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC (MD)
  • Recognise when CE marking of machines is required and which Directives may apply
  • Learn how to establish a design risk assessment (DRA) team and process for a new project
  • Learn what to expect in the contents of the TCF (Technical construction file)

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CE Marking training course for Industrial Machinery (Level 2)

The establishment of a harmonised regulatory framework for the design and construction of machinery is of vital economic importance to the European engineering industry providing safer machinery and making an important contribution to the reduction of the social cost of accidents and damage to health.

The aim of this CE marking course is to give machine manufacturers, modifiers, and those involved in pre purchase auditing a good understanding of what is required to demonstrate compliance with the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC (MD) as well as other directives and the conformity processes that should be followed.

Entry Requirements

In order to benefit from this machinery directive training the attendees will require the following:

  • Basic understanding of how machinery works in your chosen industry
  • Basic understanding of how machinery is operated and maintained in your chosen industry

Note: Aspects of the conformity assessment procedure for CE marking machines will be completed by more than one individual. At least one of those individuals will have technical competence in mechanical, electrical and control system design.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Understand and apply appropriate technical terms and definitions in accordance with the Machinery Directive 2006/ EC.
  2. Understand how to establish a design risk assessment (DRA) procedure.
  3. Identify the correct EN standards for industry best practice.
  4. Demonstrate and evidence compliance against the Essential Health and Safety Requirements (EHSRs) and common EN standards as a presumption of conformity.

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