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The Essential Health and Safety Requirements or EHSR, of the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC should be addressed by machinery manufacturers to determine which ones apply to their machine. In some cases, specialist help may be required. Below are a list of some EHSR’s, with links to companies that may be able to help solve problems.
1.1.6 Ergonomics – Ewen Rankin is an ergonomist with experience of machinery. Ewen Rankin
1.2. CONTROL SYSTEMS – Safety Systems Technology Ltd
18.104.22.168. Emergency stop – The device must have clearly identifiable, clearly visible and quickly accessible control devices – the picture opposite demonstrates what a client did, with a lot of E stops on a site or line, the picture allows the E stop to be visible, and also to be identified with what it stops. The text below is edited to state a specific Line or individual machine. EN ISO 13850 (2015) suggest a layout picture should be used, this could be applied in place of text.
1.4. REQUIRED CHARACTERISTICS OF GUARDS AND PROTECTIVE DEVICES – Safety Systems Technology Ltd
1.5.3. Energy supply other than electricity – Industrial & Marine Hydraulics
1.5.8. Noise – INVC
1.5.7. Explosion – ESC Safety Consultants
1.5.9. Vibrations – INVC
1.5.11. External radiation (EMC Testing) – The EMC Centre
1.5.16. Lightning – First Power
How to carry out a lightning risk assessment and tool to do so
More information on Torro website
1.7.2. Warnings of Residual Risks
There are many sign companies that will produce signs. EN ISO 7010 is the standard that shows signs, this website shows all acceptable safety sign symbols – ISO Website
1.7.3. Marking of machinery – 2G Products
1.7.4. Instructions – Safe Machine Ltd – Technical Author Service
Section 4 – Lifting ARM Machinery
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Rapid Alert System – Weekly Notification reports
Materials Processing Institute – A Teesside based Research and Innovation Centre serving organisations which work with materials, materials processing or energy. The Institute specialises in challenging processes, particularly those involving high temperatures, hostile environments and high specification materials.
The reason we do all of this work to ensure machines are safe, is so that people who go to work have a safe environment and go home at the end of the day to their families. For anyone who doesn’t think this is a good reason, go to the Louise Taggart website and see the results of not doing things properly – Michaels Story.
The Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC text is provided by the EU. The UK Government brought the Directive into UK law as the Supply of Machinery (Safety) Regulations 2008. There are some minor differences in text. Safe Machine Ltd. carried out a comparison of the text of the Essential Health and Safety Requirements. This can be downloaded below.
The differences are minor and can be considered not relevant.