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CE Marking

Objective

Find out all you need to know about the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC and your requirements with regard to CE marking of machines. Which machines fall under the scope of the Machinery Directive?

What are the responsibilities of machine builders and machine operators (employers)? This course provides the answers. The course also covers the corresponding standards, which refer to the design, construction and maintenance of machines placed on the market and operated within the European Economic Area.

Contents

Course participants will learn:

  • Scope and understand the requirements of the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
  • Essential health and safety requirements
  • Determine harmonised standards under the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
  • The process and procedures for CE marking of machinery
  • Roles and responsibilities in the machinery life cycle
  • Administration and documentation requirements, such as Declarations of Conformity, Technical Construction File (TCF) and the CE plate

Target Groups

This course is suitable for: 

  • OHS professionals and workplace representatives
  • Automation, Electrical, Maintenance and Project Engineers 
  • Automation and  Maintenance Managers 
  • Electrical and mechanical tradespeople
  • Production Managers and Supervisors

Locations and Dates

Pilz Australia

Order numbers CE Marking
Duration 1 Day
Maximum number of delegates On request
Price $600 + GST
Further informations 6th Sep. 2018 - Melbourne
12th Sep. 2018 - Sydney
Dates and Application
6 Sep. 2018
13 Sep. 2018

In house at your company

Order numbers CE Marking
Duration 1 Day
Maximum number of delegates On request
Price
Further informations safety@pilz.com.au
Dates and Application
On request
Head office

Pilz Australia Safe Automation
Unit 1, 12-14 Miles Street
Mulgrave, Melbourne, Victoria 3170
Australia

Telephone: +61 3 9560 0621
E-Mail: safety@pilz.com.au

Training

Telephone: 03 9560 0621
E-Mail: training@pilz.com.au