23 January 2013
Car manufacturer, Jaguar, turned to sensor and sensing systems manufacturer, SICK (UK), to help ensure production safety at its Castle Bromwich facility is compliant with the new Machinery Directive. Control and standar
The SICK machinery directive seminars have been designed to give managers, engineers, OEMs and end users the tools needed to comply with the new Machinery Directive, which provides the regulatory basis for the harmonisation of the essential health and safety requirements for machinery at EU level.
The first of the two seminars gives attendees a grounding on the directive and safety related control standards BS EN ISO 13849-1, while the second seminar provides delegates with a thorough understanding in applying BS EN 13849-1 and delivers a practical and informal approach to understanding and implementing the key elements of the latest safety related control standards.