Management Systems Training
 

Training program



Programme Training Course Schedule 2018/19
Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
2-day course (AVMD2) 12 & 13 September 2018
8 & 9 April 2019
9 & 10 September 2019
£ 475
EN13849 Control system safety
3-day course (AVCS3) 13 to 15 November 2018
10 to 12 April 2019
11 to 13 September 2019
£ 995
PUWER
1-day course (AVPR1) 7 August 2018
13 March 2019
7 August 2019
£ 475
Risk Assessment
1-day course (AVRA1)

9 August 2018
12 March 2019
6 August 2019

£ 275

ATEX, DSEAR and IECEx 1 day

 

ATEX, DSEAR and IECEx 2 day

1-day course (AVAT1) 9 October 2018
7 October 2019
£ 350
2-day course (AVAT2) 10 & 11 October 2018
8 & 9 October 2019
£ 700
Lifting Equipment
1-day course (AVLE1) 19 November 2018
18 November 2019
£ 275
Low Voltage Directive
1-day course (AVLV1) 11 March 2019
5 August 2019
£ 275
Safety of Equipment not classified as machinery
1-day course (AVSE1) 20 November 2018
25 November 2019
£ 275
EMC Directive
1-day course (AVEC1) 12 November 2018
19 November 2019
£ 275
CE Marking of Pressure Equipment
2-day course (AVPE2) 21 & 22 November 2018
20 & 21 November 2019
£ 475
Bespoke training

Training on compliance requirements for specific machinery such as Injection Moulding Machines, Presses, MEWPs, Vehicle Service Lifts can also be arranged on demand. If the course you need is not listed above please contact us. Bespoke training can be arranged on request.

Location All training will take place in training facilities in the Macclesfield area.
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Machinery safety training



Course Machinery Directive (AVMD2)
      2 day training course covering the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
      and CE marking requirements
Why Attend
All machinery suppliers must ensure machinery is safe and CE marked: this means it needs to comply with all relevant directives - specifically the Machinery Directive.
This training will deal in detail with CE marking obligations and the requirements of the Machinery Directive. The training will take you through performing risk assessments, the Essential Health and Safety Requirements, how to compile a technical file and general CE marking requirements. At the end of this course you will have a good understanding of what your company’s obligations are to comply with CE marking regulations.
When

12 & 13 September 2018
8 & 9 April 2019
9 & 10 September 2019

Location
Training facilities in the Macclesfield area.
Who is it for
Importers of machinery, machinery designers, purchasers, mechanical engineers, project managers, machine and control system designers, safety or process engineers.
How is it delivered
The course will consist of a combination of presentations and exercises, providing interactive participation and question and answer sessions. The days will run from 09.00 to 16.30, with refreshments and lunch provided. All participants will receive a certificate of attendance.
Programme

- Introduction and background to CE Marking
- Content of the Machinery Directive
- Risk assessments
- Essential Health and Safety Requirements (EHSRs)
- EN standards
- Electrical safety
- Safety of control systems
- The technical file

How much will it cost: £475 + VAT per delegate
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AVRA1 Risk assessment training courses



Course Risk assessment (AVRA1)
      This 1-day course covers the requirements and application of risk
      assessment, primarily for machinery and work equipment.
Why Attend
Risk assessment forms a mandatory part of the Machinery Directive as well as being a requirement under the Management of Health and Safety at Work Act.This training offers a detailed methodology of risk assessment. It will look at hazard identification and risk evaluation and methods for recording, reviewing and maintaining assessments. You will be supplied with a template for carrying out your own risk assessments. At the end of this course you will be able to carry out risk assessments of your equipment.
When

09 August 2018
12 March 2019
06 August 2019

Location
Training facilities in the Macclesfield area.
Who is it for
Engineering managers, project managers, machinery designers, process engineers, safety engineers and anyone else who is responsible for carrying out machinery risk assessments.
How is it delivered
The course consists of 1-day of presentations, worked examples and interactive participation with question and answer sessions. The day will run from 09.00 to 16.30, with refreshments and lunch provided. All participants will receive a certificate of attendance.
Programme

- Introduction and background of machinery risk assessments
- Examples of risk assessments
- A range of applications of risk assessments
- Identifying hazards and quantifying risks
- Practical application and demonstration

How much will it cost: £275 + VAT per delegate
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AVCS3 Control systems training courses



Course

Control system safety – EN13849(AVCS3)

This 3-day training course covers control system safety and
      EN13849 parts 1 and 2

Why Attend
This training offers you an in-depth approach to EN13849-1 and EN13849-2 compliance. During the course you will learn how to apply the standards, how to calculate and verify safety parameters and you will be given instruction on validation techniques. This training will enable you to perform your own EN13849 analyses. A number of practical examples and exercises are included in this course.
When

13, 14 and 15 November 2018
10, 11 and 12 April 2019
11, 12 and 13 September 2019

Location
Training facilities in the Macclesfield area.
Who is it for
Project managers, control system designers, electrical engineers, safety engineers, process engineers and anyone who needs to apply the EN13849 standard.
How is it delivered
The course will consist of 3-days of presentations, worked examples, interactive participation and question and answer sessions. Each day will run from 09.00 to 16.30, with refreshments and lunch provided. All participants will receive a certificate of attendance.
Programme
  • Introduction to and benefits of the standard
  • Safety-related parts of control systems and performance levels
  • Representation of safety control systems
  • Determining required performance levels of control systems
  • Calculating failure rates and reliability
  • Evaluating the performance of the control system
  • Verifying and validating the control system
  • Dealing with software systems
  • Analysis using Sistema software
  • How to demonstrate compliance
How much will it cost: £995 + VAT per delegate
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AVLE1 Lifting Equipment



Course

Lifting equipment (AVLE1)
      This 1-day training course covers the application of the Machinery
      Directive (and UK Supply of Machinery Safety Regulations) to lifting
      equipment. It also introduces manfacturers to their users
      responsibilities under Lifting Operations and Lifting
      Equipment Regulations (LOLER).

Why Attend
Manufacturers of lifting equipment have an obligation to ensure that their products are safe to use and compliant with all relevant product legislation. All employers have an obligation to ensure all lifting equipment supplied to their employees is safe to use and is being used safely. This training offers an overview of the regulations that apply to manufacturers of lifting equipment and how compliance can be achieved. It also covers the obligations of users and what is required for successful and safe putting into service.
When
19 November 2018
18 November 2019
Location
Training facilities in the Macclesfield area.
Who is it for
Importers of machinery, machinery designers, purchasers, mechanical engineers, project managers, safety or process engineers.
How is it delivered
The course consists of 1-day presentations, worked examples and interactive participation with question and answer sessions. The day will run from 09.00 to 16.30, with refreshments and lunch provided. All participants will receive a certificate of attendance.
Programme

- Introduction to the Machinery Directive
- Introduction to to lifting equipment
- Essential Health and Safety Requirements (EHSRs) for lifting equipment
- Lifting equipment challenges
- Roles and responsibilities
- Accident investigation
- Standards and their use
- Record keeping

How much will it cost: £275 + VAT per delegate
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