Design Risk Assessment (DRA) of Industrial Machines for CE Marking

This one day workshop will give you the reasoning and method behind design risk assessment (DRA) for industrial machines.

Design risk assessment is a legal requirement when certifying or modifying machines and is an essential step in achieving/maintaining conformity with Essential Health and Safety Requirements.

This is a 1 day course, delivered at the Spiers Training Centre in Tamworth, Staffs.

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Design Risk Assessment (DRA) of Industrial Machines for CE Marking

Who is this course aimed at?

This one day course is aimed at anyone involved in design or modification of industrial machines who wants a short but high impact session on how to analyse the situation, select appropriate protective measures and document the decision making process.

What are the benefits?

You will be shown a simple way of documenting how you have conformed with legal requirements when designing your machine or modification, so that it is easier to compile the technical construction file and CE mark. By reducing the administrative burden and cutting through the fog with a short concise method you are removing barriers to allow safe and compliant behaviours in the design and modification of industrial machines.

Learning Outcomes

  • The basic legal requirements applicable to design risk assessment (DRA)
  • How to select appropriate protective measures for industrial machines in line with BS EN 12100.
  • A simple method for documenting your design risk assessments and guidance on appropriate management systems to meet your legal requirements.
  • A high level of confidence on specifying change to existing or new machines.

When and where?

This workshop 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.


1 Day workshop running from 10am – 5pm.
Teas & Coffees are served from 9:30am if you wish to arrive earlier.

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