PPMA Seminars and Training Programme
‘Standards for functional safety of control systems’
The functional safety of control systems is one of the buzz subjects currently within machinery safety, with debates on the relative importance of circuit architecture, selection of components and the safety integrity of components and systems.
‘Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC’ that came into force December 2009 with significant effects for manufacturers and importers of machines and companies that create assemblies of machines.
‘Machinery Risk Assessment’ is a skill that all concerned engineers need to acquire.
‘PUWER’ (Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations) which affects all companies who supply and use machinery.
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The past three years have seen the introduction of a series of key Directives and revisions to Directives and Regulations that affect machinery suppliers and users and so this year’s seminar and training course programme gives both users and suppliers an opportunity to catch up on the changes, understand how they are being implemented in the UK and to see what is in store for the future.
Who Should Attend?
For nearly 20 years the Processing and Packaging Machinery Association has been applying its involvement in both technical and regulatory matters, as they develop, to the benefit of education and training within the industry. This makes available not only the pool of in-depth knowledge built up within the Association itself, but reflects also the strong links now enjoyed with research and academic establishments and constructive relationships with UK government and EU regulators
These Courses can be presented exclusively for your organisation on an in-company basis, tailored to suit your specific needs. Contact the PPMA Events Department for details 020 8773 8111 or email: email@example.com