MACHINERY DIRECTIVE – CE MARKING TRAINING

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INTRODUCTION FOR MACHINERY DIRECTIVE – CE MARKING TRAINING

The aim of this 2 days Machinery Directive CE Marking training 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 and 2014/35/EC (MD).

 

COURSE OBJECTIVE

By the end of this training, participants will be able to:

  • Clear understanding on CE requires technical document.
  • Understand the mechanical and electrical risk assessment and safety requirement.
  • Gain a good understanding of what is required to demonstrate compliance with the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC (MD)
  • Recognize 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)
  • Understand and apply appropriate technical terms and definitions in accordance with the Machinery Directive 2006/ EC.
  • Know how to regulate under 2006/42/EC and 2014/35/EC directive
  • Understand how to establish a design risk assessment (DRA) procedure.
  • Identify the correct EN standards for industry best practice.
  • Identify, estimate and evaluate risks.
  • Demonstrate and evidence compliance against the Essential Health and Safety Requirements (EHSRs) and common EN standards as a presumption of conformity.
  • Know Machinery specifications and Machinery Directive requirements
  • Self-sign DoC requirement

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Engineers, Technicians, Supervisors, Designers, Project leads.

 

PRE-REQUISITE

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

 

TRAINING METHODOLOGY

1.      Participants will be involved in:

  • 70% classroom lectures with technical explanations.
  • 10% group discussions – Work on CE marking assignments
  • 10% line visit and product audit – Risk assessment
  • 10% selected video shows – CE best practices

 

TRAINING DURATION : 2 days (9am – 5pm) Maximum – 20 participants

 

COURSE CONTENT

Day 1 – 9.00am to 5.00pm

  • Pre-Test Assessment
  • Introduction: Machineries CE Marking Flow
    • Legislative background
    • Summary of Directives
      • Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
      • Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
      • The EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
      • The Pressure Equipment Directive 97/23/EC
    • Responsibilities
    • The CE marking process
    • Standards and harmonized standards
    • Technical files and Declarations
    • Testing and assessment
    • Introduction to Notified bodies
    • CE require technical document
    • Compliance to 2006/42/EC and 2014/35/EC directive
    • Summary of the CE marking process
    • Resources
  • Compliance to 2006/42/EC and 2014/35/EC directive
    • Machinery: Compulsory and Mandory
    • Requirements within the Machinery Directive
    • CE Marking and Legal obligation
    • Compilation of the machine’s Technical Construction File
    • Raising of a Declaration of Conformity or Declaration of Incorporation
    • Testing Methods and Procedures
    • Technical Construction File for both Europe EU and non- Europe EU businesses
    • Low Voltage Directive
    • Harmonized standards
    • Technical documents
      • Technical file contents
      • Technical file format
  • EU/EC Declaration of Conformity for CE Marking (CE mark)
    • Definition
    • What is CE Marking? Clarify the confusion.
    • CE Marking: Characteristics
    • EC Declaration of Conformity
    • CE Certification marks
    • CE Logo
    • CE Conformity marking
    • CE Marking: Acceptability standard and Quality
    • Requirement for affixing CE marking to products
    • Affixing principles and responsibility
    • Getting certified
  • CE Marking Machinery and Industrial Equipment Risks: Identify, Estimate, Evaluate
    • Scope of the Machinery Directive and exclusions
    • Identifying and applying standards
    • Risk Assessments and Responsibilities
    • PUWER and workplace safety legislation
    • Relation to other directives, including EMC, Low Voltage, Pressure Equipment and ATEX
    • Control reliability
    • CE marking flow
    • Technical documentation, declarations and certificates.
    • What is Self-sign DoC requirement?
  • Machinery Risk Assessment
    • Identifying and applying standards
    • Responsibilities
    • The Machinery Directive EHSRs
    • Mechanical and electrical risk assessment and safety requirement
    • Plant visit: Practical examples

 

Day 2: 9.00am to 5.00pm

  • ATEX Compliance and Risk Assessment
    • Practical risk assessments
    • Equipment groups
    • Certification requirements
    • Identifying and applying standards
    • Zoning and ignition hazard assessment
    • Dusts and vapours
    • Requirements for electrical and mechanical equipment
    • Notified Body Certification
    • DSEAR
  • CE Marking Electrical Equipment
    • Electrical safety and EMC
    • Low Voltage Directive
    • Radio Equipment Directive
    • Identifying and applying standards
    • Testing and assessment
    • Environmental requirements – Eco-Design, WEEE, RoHS, REACH
    • Technical documentation, declarations and certificates
  • PUWER and Work Equipment Regulations
    • Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations (PUWER)
    • Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER)
    • Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regs (DSEAR)
    • Pressure Systems Safety Regulations (PSSR)
    • Noise and other physical agents
    • Occupational Safety vs Product Safety
    • Refurbishment modification and relocation of equipment
    • Identifying and applying regulations directives and standards
    • Responsibilities of suppliers and employers
    • Regulations in other countries
  • Buying Machinery – Safety Compliance
    • Machinery specifications
    • Machinery Directive requirements
    • Supplier questions
    • Documentation
    • Dealing with partly completed machinery and components
    • In-service obligations
    • Modifications
    • Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations (PUWER)
  • Environmental Directives
    • Eco-Design framework and specific regulations
    • Performance measurements
    • Banned substances
    • Directives and regulations
    • Technical documentation and evidence of compliance
    • Enforcement
    • Producer registration
    • Batteries Directive
  • Conclusion
    • Training summary
    • Post Test
    • Q and A session
    • Training Evaluation

 

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