Machinery directive compliance seminars
23 January 2013
Sick has developed two one-day seminars on the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC. While manufacturers are responsible for ensuring that new machinery is compliant with the directive, and certified by the CE mark, the di
While manufacturers are responsible for ensuring that new machinery is compliant with the directive, and certified by the CE mark, the directive isn't limited to new machines. Any new process or system, such as a production line, is effectively classed as a new machine, even when using existing machinery, and the entire assembly must, as a whole, comply with the directive.
The seminars address questions relating to the modification and upgrade of existing machinery.
Attendees will learn how to establish at what point a modification should be classed as a new machine and when a modification is subject to the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Directive.
The two one-day seminars work equally well independently and when booked together. More information can be found at: www.sick.co.uk