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CE Marking

European Union (EU) legislation directs that most new machines and other work equipment placed on the marketplace within Europe must meet minimum safety standards and must be CE marked to show compliance with both EU and UK product legislation. This essential one-day seminar explains the statutory requirements of CE certification, the Machinery Directive and how to construct a technical file.

Course details:

The course will be presented in a varied and interesting way and will include:

  • Legal Overview

  • A practical view of the requirements of Machinery Directive (including The Supply of Machinery (Safety) Regulations 2008)

  • CE marking and Product Directives

  • Employer's Responsibilities

  • Risk assessment techniques relevant to CE certification

  • The technical file

Who should attend?

  • Health and Safety Practitioners

  • Health and Safety Representatives

  • Equipment Designers

  • Engineering Managers

  • Production Engineers

  • Machine Builders/Integrators

  • Maintenance Managers

  • Purchasing/Procurement Staff

Learning Outcomes:

  • By the end of the day delegates will:

  • Understand the statutory requirements involved with CE certification

  • Find out which product directives apply to your product

  • Discover when and how to assess, control and record product safety risks

  • Find out how to construct a technical file and when such a document is required

  • Be able to identify the most cost-effective route to compliance for your product

Duration and fees:

This course lasts 1 day, and costs  £350+ VAT per person.

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There are currently no upcoming courses for this event. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions. 

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