1 Day European & International Harmonised Standards Training

Course Synopsis

European and International standards are not law, but this course will give you a basic understanding of how standards can meet a level of presumption to compliance for both new and existing machinery. This 1 day course is designed to give you an underpinning knowledge of how European and International standards work. This in turn will help you meet the legal requirements of the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations and the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC. This course focuses on the most common and up to date European and International standards as listed in the official journal of the European Union. When first encountering European and International standards it can be quite daunting. Our training team will ensure that sessions are broken down in to manageable bite-sized chunks, giving you plenty of opportunity to ask questions and discuss topics relevant to your business needs.Throughout this course there will be many practical examples and lots of pictorial references to real life situations in order to clarify and expand your knowledge base of this subject. We will discuss and evaluate actual examples taken from the standards and explain them in simple terms in order for you to be able to offer practical and realistic solutions to everyday problems you face in your business.

All our courses are delivered by fully trained and qualified lecturers with a wealth of knowledge and experience in their given fields.

Agenda

  • Understanding the legal framework relating to European and International standards
  • What is the relationship between these European and International standards, the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations and the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
  • Classification and types of European and International Standards
  • Carry out several worked examples using European and International standards
  • Mechanical and Electrical Standards covered are;
                       EN ISO 12100 General principles for design - Risk assessment and risk reduction
                       EN ISO 13857 Upper and lower limb access
                       EN ISO 14120 General guard requirements
                       EN 349 Crushing zones
                       EN ISO 4413 Hydraulic systems
                       EN ISO 4414 Pneumatic systems
                       EN ISO 14122-3 Stairways, step ladders and guard rails
                       EN ISO 13850 Emergency stop devices
                       EN ISO 574 Two hand controls
                       EN ISO 13855 Approach speeds of the human body (light guards and curtains)
                       EN ISO 14119 Interlocking and associated devices
                       EN 60204-1 Electrical standard
  • Summary of the day

Where will the course be held?

This course can be held at a location, venue and time that suits you. The number of delegates can range from 1-10.

Who should attend?

  • Health and Safety Practitioners
  • Engineering Managers and Engineering Supervisors
  • Engineers
  • Team Leaders
  • Technicians
  • Purchasing and Acquisition Personnel
  • Design and Project Team Members

Enquires to

Brian Matthewman          Tel: 0044 7833 444746                 Email: Brian.matthewman@standl.co.uk

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