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Pilz has updated and added to its range of machinery-safety courses to reflect the latest changes in legislation, and has published a booklet and schedule for 2010.

Following the implementation of the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC, Pilz has introduced a course, ‘The New Machinery Directive’, which will provide an insight on how machine manufacturers and end users are affected by the changes of the directive and describes the compliance processes, essential health and safety requirements and new standards, including advice regarding EN 954-1 and EN ISO 13849-1.

Further courses have been updated to address specific aspects of the directive and standards.

If a more customised approach is desired, courses tailored to meet specific company needs are available on request.

Two types of course are offered: those relating to regulations and standards, and others that are specific to Pilz machinery safety products.

Courses relating to regulations and standards are: City and Guilds four-day machinery-safety course; City and Guilds two-day machinery-safety course for managers; and City and Guilds one-day machinery-safety course for supervisors.

Machinery-safety product-related training courses are: PSS programming PSS/Safetybus programming; PSS Service and troubleshooting; PSS/Safetybus; and service and troubleshooting PNOZ basic training course.

All of the scheduled courses take place at the Pilz training facilities in Corby, Northamptonshire.

Pilz updates machinery-safety courses

Pilz has updated and added to its range of machinery-safety courses to reflect the latest changes in legislation, and has published a booklet and schedule for 2010.

Following the implementation of the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC, Pilz has introduced a course, ‘The New Machinery Directive’, which will provide an insight on how machine manufacturers and end users are affected by the changes of the directive and describes the compliance processes, essential health and safety requirements and new standards, including advice regarding EN 954-1 and EN ISO 13849-1.

Further courses have been updated to address specific aspects of the directive and standards.

If a more customised approach is desired, courses tailored to meet specific company needs are available on request.

Two types of course are offered: those relating to regulations and standards, and others that are specific to Pilz machinery safety products.

Courses relating to regulations and standards are: City and Guilds four-day machinery-safety course; City and Guilds two-day machinery-safety course for managers; and City and Guilds one-day machinery-safety course for supervisors.

Machinery-safety product-related training courses are: PSS programming PSS/Safetybus programming; PSS Service and troubleshooting; PSS/Safetybus; and service and troubleshooting PNOZ basic training course.

All of the scheduled courses take place at the Pilz training facilities in Corby, Northamptonshire.

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