These workshops are a fantastic way to get a broad insight into the world of Machine Safety.
A question and answer led session, you can bring your Machine Safety issues to the table and be confident they will be answered by an expert.
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“Excellent delivery and brilliant understanding of all things safety related. It has given me a much better understanding of the subject.”
Steve Chance, Engineering Manager, Greggs PLC
The aim of this workshop is to raise awareness of general machine safety for the user, the manufacturer and the systems integrator.
We cover CE Marking, the Machinery Directive, and PUWER ‘98 using practical examples and discussions of risk assessment and reduction, as defined in BS EN 12100 2010.
Using your questions and input as a guide we will explain how the legal requirements translate into practical solutions and reference other supporting EN standards that could be used to presume conformity.
In order to benefit from this machinery directive training the attendees will require the following:
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.
On completion of this workshop, attendees will be able to:
This workshop is recommended to those individuals involved in:
The content covered is invaluable to any person or company committed to a safe and efficient working environment and is a fantastic way to kick-start a positive safety culture in machine safety.
This workshop is held at our Training Centre in Tamworth, Staffordshire. Alternatively if you have more than 10 delegates who wish to attend, then we are happy to deliver it at your site, free of charge (subject to T&C’s).
Teas and Coffees are served at 9:15am. The workshop kicks off at 10am and we normally aim to finish at 4pm.
Your people will be able to ensure that statutory requirements for inspection are met. Also, that new or modified machines are introduced to the workplace with only acceptable residual risks or that other risks are identified and managed.