Machine Safety EU Conformity and CE Marking
TEG Risk manufacturing clients often have a need to ensure that machinery they’re exporting to Europe conforms to stringent EU health and safety standards.
It is the manufacturer’s responsibility to ensure that EU health and safety standards are met for any machinery being sold in the European Economic Area (EEA). Most machinery is under the jurisdiction of the Electromagnetic Capability (EMC) Directive or the Machinery Directive (MD). A Machine Conformity Assessment against the EU Essential Health and Safety Requirements needs to be carried out for each relevant directive, along with the relevant European Normalised Standards. The process is validated with a written declaration and a CE Mark affixed to the machine.
Familiarity and experience with the European process requirement and the extensive number of European regulations is essential. However, with the correct guidance, the CE Marking process is straightforward.
Ensuring EU Conformity is a core skill for some of the TEG Risk team. Some of our engineering experts have worked in the Machine Risk Assessment industry for several years in Europe, while also obtaining CE Assessment qualifications. Combining international knowledge, with our extensive machine safety standards understanding gives us a unique perspective for Kiwi manufacturers.
Machine Safety EU Conformity and CE Marking Services
- Research and apply the relevant EU standards and directives
- Assess conformity to EU standards
- Assess all risks, and create safety concepts and designs to mitigate risk
- Make recommendations regarding the EU Essential Health and Safety Requirements
- Carry out all necessary inspections, tests and measurements
- Assist with compiling the required legal documentation and technical files for CE Marking.
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Why TEG Risk?
- We are experts
When it comes to safety engineering, TEG Risk is a cut above the rest.
Our team is skilled in all aspects of workplace health & safety, as it related to machine safety and reliability, and combustible substances (AS/NZS Unit standards for explosive substances). Each one of our consultants holds the internationally-recognised TUV qualification along with extensive but specialist experience as it relates to machinery.
- We are experienced
We’ve seen it all before and we know exactly what works. As experts in planning, prioritisation and project management, we’ll suggest solutions that make the best use of your resources and budget.
- We add value
As independent consultants, we implement risk management solutions in your workplace while you continue with your business-as-usual operations. This keeps your ‘latent risk period’ to an absolute minimum.
- We work as part of your team
We tailor our processes and reporting to suit you. We spend time on the factory floor, talking to your operators and understanding your processes to deliver the exact solutions your company needs. We work efficiently and without disruption so that your workplace becomes compliant and safe as quickly as possible.