One-day Machinery Directive seminars
25 January 2013
SICK has developed two one-day seminars to give managers, engineers, OEMs and end users the tools needed to comply with the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC, which came into effect on in December 2009. In addition to
In addition to new equipment, 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 common 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 therefore requires a CE mark, and when a modification is subject to the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Directive.