Machinery Risk Assessments and Training
We at CE Mark Consultancy offer comprehensive Machinery Risk Assessment and Training Service, giving advice and guidance on National and International standards for Risk Assessment.
Addressing each machine, demonstrating conformity or non-conformity and establishing the control methodology along with recommendations of control methods based on relevant
Our Risk Assessment methodology is based on a Preliminary Hazard Analysis placing risk in a clearly definable hazard category.
Delivering a compliance report for demonstration of conformity against the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC.
Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 98 (PUWER 1998)
PUWER requires users of work equipment to carry out regular risk assessments which are documented and kept on file.
The regulations require that all work equipment is suitable for its intended purpose and can be used without putting persons at risk.
CE Mark Consultancy can deliver comprehensive machinery assessments under The Provision of Use and Work Equipment Regulations (PUWER) as well as a variety of training programmes either on site or at a venue of your choice.
For more information about the training courses we offer please visit the training section of our site
Control Integrity - EN 13849
EN 954-1 is currently used as the standard for safety related parts of control systems both for machine builders and end users.
However, due advances in technology EN954-1 cannot address the intricacies of this new technology adequately and additional standards have been developed to replace it.
EN ISO 13849-1 is an advanced standard which deal with new technologies, however requiring increased levels of knowledge and experience to apply correctly.
CE Mark Consultancy are able to advise on the application of EN 13849-1 to mitigate machinery safety hazards. Undertaking a comprehensive risk assessment in accordance with EN14121-1.
Using EN1050 for the identification of of a risk matrix for the relevant phases of the life cycle of a machine;
Where safety functions are to be performed by safety related parts of the control system;
EN 13849-1 may be used to show compliance with the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC.
Working alongside your engineering team determining the performance level required for each safety function; evaluating this performance level considering the category,establishing common cause failures; and validating the control system to demonstrate each safety function meets all relevant requirements.