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Help-Desk for CE Marking
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Machinery Directive (Directive 2006/42/CE)
Safety design for industrial machinery
PED Directive
ATEX Directive
Constructions Products Directive
Phonometric measurements
Vibration measurement
Electrical tests on machines and electrical panels
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CE Marking
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From 31/05/2019 hours 09:00 to 31/05/2019 hours 18:00
Copernico - via Copernico, 38 - 20125 Milano (MI)
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CE Marking
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How to comply with the Machinery Directive



mtm consulting s.r.l. is a leading provider of services for the CE marking of equipment, machinery and systems and operates throughout Italy and abroad.

 

Through the support of mtm consulting s.r.l. our customers, whether they are manufacturers or users, can be sure they comply with all applicable legal requirements.

 

mtm consulting s.r.l. offers its services for CE marking in relation to the following European Directives:

 

  • Machinery Directive
  • ATEX Directive
  • PED Directive
  • Simple Pressure Vessels Directive
  • Construction Products Directive
  • Low Voltage Directive
  • Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive
  • Ecodesign Requirements for Energy Related Products Directive
  • Energy Efficiency Directive
  • Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive
  • Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive
  • Directive and Technical Standards Update Service + Help Desk

 




CE Marking
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THE FIRST AND ONLY HELP-DESK IN THE WORLD DEDICATED TO THE APPLICATION OF EUROPEAN STANDARDS FOR CE MARKING

 

THE TECHNOLOGY

It is a new service, provided through the use of the most advanced technologies available in order to ensure the maximum effectiveness and efficiency.

 

WHAT WE GIVE YOU

Help-Desk Service

 

  1. one of our senior technician will always be on hand to answer questions relating to the application of Directives or for interpretations of the Directives;
  2. to your questions will be answered within 24 h of receipt of the same;
  3. you can ask any number of questions;
  4. it will be given a special email address where you will need to write in order to use the service.

 

Directives and Technical Standards Update Service

  1. updated whenever there are changes to the Directives: will be sent an email, to the email addresses that will be provided, containing the following information:
    • object of / and changes Directive;
    • comments to the changes;
    • date of entry into force of the amendments;
    • impact of change on your organization / product / documentation.
  2. updated whenever there are changes to the Harmonized Standards Directives: will be sent an email to the email addresses that will be provided with the following information:
    • list of new harmonized standards to replace the old ones: no comments on the individual amended standards.

 

WHO IS IT FOR

The Help-Desk service and Regulatory Update is designed to give fast, precise and, above all, professional responses to all those who deal with CE Marking. It is therefore particularly suitable for:

  • companies within the European Union producing equipments, machines and installations;
  • all companies within the European Union using equipments, machines and installations during their production activities;
  • Non-EU companies producing equipments, machines and installations that will be sold or marketed within the EU;
  • consultants and freelance professionals dealing with CE marking or the Health and Safety at Work in their professional activity.

 

CURENTLY AVAILABLE DIRECTIVES

  • Machinery Directive (Directive 2006/42/EC).

 

 

 

Ask us how much ALL of this, you'll be AMAZED !!!

 

 

 

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UN PO DI STORIA

The Declaration of Conformity and the CE Marking is the passport that allows your products free movement in Europe. And 'in fact already established in the "Treaty of Rome" in 1957 the need to remove technical barriers to the free movement of goods (Art. 100 & 30 -36).

Later (1985) it was stated the principle that a product lawfully marketed in one Member State can be legally marketed on the territory of another Member State and also the need for security, health and environmental protection should be harmonized in Europe through the Community directives.

New Approach
In 1985 they have been adopted new principles for the harmonization of member states' legislations. It 'been established that:

  • Directives cover the essential requirements of health, safety, hygiene and environmental protection.
  • The further technical specifications are defined by the Technical Standards "harmonized" developed by the European Institute for Standardization - CEN, CENELEC and ETSI - as mandated by the Commission.

 

These rules must be transposed into national mandatory technical standards, and any conflicting standards must be withdrawn. The technical standards are not binding nature; the manufacturer that fails to apply the task to show that their product meets otherwise the essential safety requirements of the directives. Conversely, the product produced on the basis of harmonized standards benefit from a presumption of conformity with the essential requirements of the directives.

In the absence of harmonized standards, and on a transitional basis, Member States are obliged to accept as meeting the essential requirements of the products made according to the standards of purely national origin, which was the subject of a special recognition procedure by the Commission.

Global approach

A new milestone was reached in 1993 with the Council Decision 93/446 / EEC, which introduced the Modular System uniquely identifying the principles and procedures for the assessment of conformity and the affixing of the CE marking.

Conformity assessment can be performed using one or more of the following modules, as required by the relevant Directive:

  • Module A (internal production control)
  • Module B (EC Type Examination)
  • Module C (conformity to type)
  • Module D (Production quality assurance)
  • Module E (product quality assurance)
  • Form F (Product verification)
  • Module G (Unit verification product)
  • Module H (full quality assurance)

 

All modules require the intervention of a Notified Body, unless the Form A.

Subsequent directives to 7 May 1985 in accordance with the "New Approach":

  • They cover only the legal aspects,
  • They focus on the essential safety requirements;
  • introduce the principle of presumption of conformity for CE marked products and accompanied by the Declaration of Conformity;
  • refer to the use of voluntary harmonized technical standards;
  • attributed to the manufacturer (or his representative) is responsible for issuing the Declaration of Conformity and affix the CE marking.


In most cases, the manufacturer may proceed independently to assess conformity of their product while maintaining appropriate documentation (technical file). In other cases, for those products that the EU legislator has judged potentially more risky, it is scheduled to attend a third-party body, or Notified Body.

CE Marking
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MACHINERY DIRECTIVE (Direttiva 2006/42/CE)

 

WHAT WE GIVE YOU

 

DirettivE 2006/42/CE - Complete Technical File for Machinery and Partly Completed Machinery - We Guarantee 100% Compliance

  1. Risk Assessment;
  2. PLr design and PL verification according to the technical standard UNI EN ISO 13849;
  3. Technical File (Technical File for Partly Completed Machiinery);
  4. Instruction Manual (Assembly Instruction for Partly Completed Machiinery);
  5. Facsimile of the Declaration of Conformity (facsimile of the Declaration of Incorporation for Partly Completed Machiinery);
  6. Facsimile of the CE Plate;
  7. Noise Measurement and Related Reporting;
  8. Electrical Safety Testing and Related Reports;
  9. Design and implementation of production control systems;
  10. Assistance in relationships with Notified Bodies (for Annex IV machinery).

 

D.Lgs. 81/2008

  1. Risk Assessment Document according to Annex V for existing machinery and equipment for which the Machinery Directive does not apply;
  2. Operator's Manual;
  3. Machinery Cards.

 

Training - See also Course Catalog

We offer a Modular THREE days course that can be attended in the classroom or at the customer's office. - See also Course Catalog.

 

WHO IS IT FOR

 

This service is for:

  • Machinery and/or plant manufacturers;
  • Any company in any sector that uses machines and/or facilities.

 

 

 

 


mtm consulting s.r.l. – SPECIALISTS IN MACHINERY DIRECTIVE

mtm consulting s.r.l. It is the market leader for machine safety. Possesses specific skills and in-depth on legislation for the protection of equipment and risk assessment.

 

mtm consulting s.r.l. not only saves time and money to its customers, but also responsible for the creation of documentation for CE marking, such as the technical file and SAFETY report, and for the drafting of the Declaration of Conformity.

 

The staff of mtm consulting s.r.l. It operates throughout the country by providing information and training to date to CE standards.

 

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WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF WORKING WITH mtm consulting s.r.l.

Here are just some of the benefits:

  • involving early on mtm consulting LTD compliance with legislation can be planned and implemented as an integral part of every company project - CE marking, SAFETY reports, ...;
  • all potential problems are identified early stage when legislative compliance can be integrated into the project;
  • legislative compliance means pragmatism and commercial competitiveness avoiding anything that is not value-added;
  • our professionals have a constant open access to any type of questions related to European Standards;
  • any need to test their pre-compliance is identified from an early stage and included in the timing and in the project budget;
  • the involvement of third parties such as for example notified bodies is planned, managed, and programmed as and when required;
  • mtm consulting s.r.l. responsible for setting up documentation for the CE marking, such as the technical file and SAFETY report, and for the drafting of the Declaration of Conformity for manufacturers and authorised Representatives;
  • for manufacturers, mtm consulting s.r.l. acts as a "Responsible Person in the Community" - "authorised representative" or as a "person authorized to compile the technical file";
  • available services tailored to our clients such as: training courses or seminars as well as providing customized software to specific needs.

 

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mtm consulting s.r.l. SUPPORTS ITS CLIENTS IN ALL STEGES FOR CE MRKING

Here are just a few ways in which we can support:

  • providing advice, training courses and seminars;
  • performing inspections and controls;
  • performing risk assessment;
  • ensuring compliance with the essential safety requirements;
  • constituting the technical file;
  • drawing up the Declaration of Conformity;
  • acting as your Authorised Representative in the European Union.


To the suppliers / manufacturers and the agents in the European Union mtm consulting s.r.l. is acting as a "person authorized to compile the technical file".

To the suppliers / manufacturers outside the European Union mtm consulting s.r.l. is acting as an "Authorised Representative" keeping a copy of the technical file.

 

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CONFORMITY TO OBLIGATORY REGULATIONS

mtm consulting s.r.l. in order to ensure that all manufacturers comply with regulatory obligations:

  • accepts responsibility for the creation of documentation for CE Marking by acting as "Person authorized to compile the technical file" for manufacturers and the agents residing in the Community;
  • It accepts responsibility for the creation of documentation for CE Marking by acting as "Authorized Representative" for manufacturers who reside outside the Community;
  • performs periodic annual audits with its customers in order to verify and ensure continuous compliance with regulatory requirements;
  • performs audits at suppliers of its customers in order to verify the correct application of the Machinery Directive before the machine is delivered and installed;
  • shall arrange for all the tests and the pre-conformance testing necessary to verify compliance with the applicable rules;
  • shall involve third parties such as for example notified bodies where this is necessary;
  • offers training courses and seminars over the supply of customized software according to specific needs;
  • provides to perform translation of texts in language;
  • provides the design of guards;
  • performs noise detection emitted by machinery and equipment;
  • performs the electrical safety tests.


In order to offer a service that is the best possible mtm consulting s.r.l. makes use of resources which are distinguished by the large professional preparation in multiple fields (technology, electronics, ...) to which mtm consulting s.r.l. offers professional development based on the continuing education required, however, to offer a value-added service to its customers.

In carrying out its activities mtm consulting s.r.l. uses the most advanced software available in the market.

Through continuous technological updating mtm consulting s.r.l. It is able to provide its customers not only documents in paper form, but also in digital form ready for any type of use (printing press for the realization of the manuals).

 

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ADDITIONAL SERVICES

For manufacturers
mtm consulting s.r.l. advises manufacturers of machines and plants in terms of:

  • support in performing the risk assessment (technical file or the relevant technical documentation);
  • draw up the EC Declaration of Conformity or Declaration of Incorporation as applicable;
  • draft of the instruction manual or the instructions for assembly;
  • translation of the manual in the language of the destination country of the machine;
  • realization of cd, with multimedia and hypertext navigation, the documentation provided or existing company;
  • design protections;
  • noise detection emitted by machinery and equipment;
  • electrical safety tests.


The most important phase of the construction of a machine is undoubtedly that of design during which the specifications must be properly defined to which it must respond, but also the protection devices that interact with the functional organs of the same.

For the users
Often the user is in possession of plants "irreplaceable" and "custom" which, however, does not possess any kind of technical documentation. What we offer is:

  • Machine safety analysis and identify the steps required to put in security;
  • design protection;
  • drafting of the necessary technical documentation (of integration documents);
  • translation of texts in language;
  • noise detection emitted by machinery and equipment;
  • electrical safety tests.


It also does not happen to often be in the position of having to buy a new car or a new plant, or to have to / want it to sell, rather than to give or take charge of equipment by way of loan. Each of the above mentioned situations require the application of a specific documentation. Also, sometimes, it is better to rid the plant, but also in this case it is necessary to make some special considerations.

For importers
Often the importer is in possession of installations of which however does not have the complete technical documentation and necessary to be able to sell within the European Community. What we offer is:

  • Machine safety analysis and identify the steps required to put in security;
  • design protection;
  • drafting of the necessary technical documentation (of integration documents);
  • translation of texts in language;
  • noise detection emitted by machinery and equipment;
  • electrical safety tests.


For those who are planning or conducting a new production site (both in Italy and abroad)
The construction of a new production site is a complex project that requires to be handled with care and professionalism. A not unimportant aspect is related to the production plant construction: the purchase, installation start-up of the plants. In this context mtm consulting s.r.l. offers the following services:

  • analysis of the types of machines and installations;
  • analysis of the documentation provided or made available by suppliers;
  • support during purchase and contract with suppliers;
  • compiling the technical documents required if several machines are integrated into a single complex system or line;
  • drafting of all the operations required to use the machines and equipment;
  • any design of protections;
  • translation of texts in language;
  • noise detection emitted by machinery and equipment;
  • electrical safety tests;
  • support during the testing phase.

 

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CE AUDIT

The Legislative Decree no. 626/94 had a simplistic view of the CE Marking. That is to say that the end user only had to test for the presence of the CE Marking machines. With the Legislative Decree no. 81/2008 is a fundamental innovation was made. Namely that the burden of verifying that a machine conforms to the Machinery Directive is the end user.

In order to ensure full compliance with each machine must be checked after installation and before being put into use in order to assess their safety. The inspection, if conducted properly, should carry out all aspects of machine safety, and on the CE marking.

 

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CE AUDIT – THE SOLUTION

The solution is to check compliance with the Essential Safety Requirements (RES) when buying new equipment.

The RES include questions such as:

  • the equipment must comply with European directives?
  • to achieve compliance with European specific European standards are to be applied?
  • it is required Declaration of Conformity?
  • the CE marking may appear on the equipment?
  • it is required a manual of use and maintenance in compliance with the Machinery Directive requirements?

 

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AREAS BEEING AUDITED

Here is the list of the main areas that need to be audited:

  • documentation, manulai, etc .;
  • drawings: electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, etc .;
  • hardware;
  • environmental audits;
  • control systems;
  • software;
  • calibration, the machine parameters;
  • security control systems;
  • manual handling of loads;
  • dangers;
  • ergonomic evaluation;
  • maintenance and cleaning procedures;
  • need for education and training.


There are many reasons why a company finds that an audit before the purchase is not feasible and that for reasons of: staff, time availability, the need for expertise or a mix of the three.

mtm consulting s.r.l. performs audits for its customers by releasing a comprehensive report that includes any area of ​​problems and the corrective action.

The legislation on the health and safety of workers in the workplace requires that you adhere to the risk assessment for each affiché equipment can be used without the user is exposed to risks.

The risk assessment must be carried out:

  • after installation and before starting up the first time all equipment;
  • after all equipment has deteriorated which may prejudice the safe use;
  • at predetermined intervals;
  • qualvota each time that exceptional circumstances.


The results of these evaluations should be documented and maintained.

mtm consulting s.r.l. ensures compliance with current legislation as well as offering specific training courses.

 

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THESE ARE JUST SOME OF THE QUESTIONS THAT WOULD NEED TO ARISE

In order to ensure the equipment to comply to the same RES it should be subjected to a security audit before it is shipped by the supplier. This audit covers only the safety aspects. Often the customer upon receipt of delivery check that it complies with the order and performs a quality audit and engineering.

Combining the two audits would result in a cost advantage. Any problems may arise when the equipment is still by the supplier and could be resolved directly in the equipment installation phase at the customer.

Evidently make changes after sending the equipment is significantly more challenging than doing it at the design stage, this is why you need to anticipate the safety audit.


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PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR THE INSTALLATION OF COMPLEX MACHINERY

Taking into account the definition of the car as a whole Directive Machinery factory could be considered as a complex set of machines and therefore subject to the Machinery Directive.

Even when the whole complex of machines is made by the end user and will never put on the market shall apply the obligations to draw up the Technical File, the Declaration of Conformity and to affix to the Declaration of Conformity.

They can be identified two different scenarios.

1) New machinery
Two or more machines are combined to make a new one. Each machine is accompanied by the Declaration of Conformity or Incorporation. The Machinery Directive requires a "person responsible" to ensure that the set of the two machines is in accordance with the Directive itself and is safe. Practically this means to make the assessment of risks, ensure compliance with the essential safety requirements, produce a technical file and affix the CE Marking.

2) Existing machinery
Two or more machines are combined to make a new one. Each machine is previously in the application of the Machinery Directive. The Machinery Directive requires a "person responsible" to ensure that the set of the two machines is in accordance with the Directive itself and is safe. Practically this means to make the assessment of risks, ensure compliance with the essential safety requirements, produce a technical file and affix the CE Marking.

In both cases, or even in mixed cases mtm consulting s.r.l. is able to assist its clients in all phases required for CE Marking.

 

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STEPS TO BE ABLE TO CE MARK A MACHINERY

The steps to be able to CE mark a machine are:

  • make a risk assessment;
  • evaluate the essential safety requirements;
  • produce the technical file;
  • draw up the Declaration of Conformity;
  • affix the CE Marking.


For many machines (excluding those listed nell'Alegato IV of the Directive) the manufacturer can make a self-declaration. For machines listed in Annex IV is necessary instead the intervention of a Notified Body even though the Directive 2006/42 / EC allows a manufacturer the road of self-certification if the same manufacturer fully guarantee the correspondence with the standard type C applicable (of course this applies only in cases where there is a rule of type C and the same applies covers all applicable Essential Safety Requirements).

mtm consulting s.r.l. regularly works with renowned Notified Bodies and is able to support its customers in dealing with them.

 

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THE NEW MACHINERY DIRECTIVE (Directive 2006/42/CE)

The need of the Machinery Directive stems from both the growing market of machines in the European Community and by the increasing need to focus on the health and safety of workers who use them.

The decisions they need to make companies are the two following:

  • we have sufficient internal resources and sufficient expertise to carry out the assessment of the risks and take any corrective actions?
  • we are able to stay current, informed and compliant?


Responding to these two simple questions every company is able to decide whether it is necessary and convenient to take the outsourcing.

 

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WHAT ARE THE MAJOR CHANGES MADE BY DIRECTIVE 2006/42/EC TO THE PREVIOUS DIRECTIVE 98/37/EC

The non-exhaustive list of the main differences between the two Directives are:

  • on the Declaration of Conformity must bear the name of the "person authorized to compile the technical file".
  • Manufacturers outside the European Union are obliged to give a written mandate to a "Mandatory" in the Community.
  • The scope is expanded. In addition to machinery and partly completed machinery in the field of application you are also interchangeable equipment, safety components, lifting accessories, chains, ropes and straps and the removable mechanical transmission devices.
  • They have changed many Essential Safety Requirements (RES) and many are in addition to previous ones. The major changes include: ergonomics, control positions, lighting, manual controls, the machine start-up, the machine's stability, security systems, operating instructions in addition to special specifications for the food and cosmetic industries and pharmaceuticals.
  • from December 29, 2009 will be marketed and put into service only Mark machines under the new Directive 2006/42/EC (the previous Directive 98/37/EC no longer in force).
  • the machines in series manufacturers, to continue to market its equipment / machines, will have to verify compliance with all of the new RES Directive 2006/42/EC.
  • all certificates of EC type examinations must be checked in order to confirm your compliance with the new Directive 2006/42/EC
  • .
  • ...

 

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NEW MACHINERY DIRECTIVE (DIRECTIVE 2006/42/EC) - ARE YOU ALREADY COMPLIANT?

The new Machinery Directive shall enter into force 29 December 2009 without providing for a transitional period. That's why all companies should schedule it to come into force well in advance.

In many parts of the Directive have been made radical changes. All those involved in the application of the Directive are to verify compliance with the new features and the essential safety requirements including those which take into account the control systems.

In order to help businesses of any size to verify their compliance with the Directive it is crucial from definitions. For example, the definition of machine includes "an assembly, fitted with or intended to be fitted with a drive system other than human or animal effort, consisting of linked parts or components, of which at least one mobile, which are joined together for an application well determined ". Also interchangeable equipment is defined as a "device that, after the commissioning of a machine or a tractor, is assembled with that machinery or tractor by the operator himself in order to change its function or attribute a new function in so far as this equipment is not a tool".

Another imported definition is that of partly completed machinery which are defined as those "assembly which is almost machinery but which, alone, are not able to perform a specific application. A drive system is partly completed machinery. Partly completed machinery is only intended to be incorporated or assembled with other machinery or other partly completed machinery or equipment, thereby forming machinery to which this Directive ".

It is also to be noted as fall within the definition of machine also sets of multiple machines that are managed by a control system as if they were a single set - for example a production line.

The scope is expanded. In addition to machinery and partly completed machinery in the field of application you are also interchangeable equipment, safety components, lifting accessories, chains, ropes and straps and the removable mechanical transmission devices.

Obviously the safety and health of workers in the workplace is the primary goal of the employer when a new machine is installed: But do not forget that the Machinery Directive specifies certain obligations that are sometimes very strict and in addition to those the regulations for health and safety in the workplace.

All European Directives are transposed into Italian and often provide a range of sanctions that can be criminal and / or administrative or financial.

In Italy the Directive 2006/42/EC was implemented by Legislative Decree no. 17/2010 which provides for penalties applicable to infringements of national provisions transposing the Directive as well as taking all necessary measures for its implementation. Sanctions are, as required by the Directive, effective, proportionate and dissuasive”

Therefore, care must be taken to ensure compliance with the Directive. This means fulfilling the following four points:

  • be able to demonstrate conformity with the essential safety requirements;
  • make a proper and comprehensive risk analysis;
  • properly prepare the Declaration of Conformity or Declaration of Incorporation;
  • affix the CE marking on the machines.

 

It should be noted that the Directive does not only refer to a single unit, but also involves the processes and systems. If therefore you have been made a complex set, as for example a production line, integrating between them more existing machines also have in fact been made a new machine and then the whole will conform to the Machinery Directive.

Similarly changing the performance or intended use of a machine or a complex set you configure the construction of a new machine that must comply with the Machinery Directive.

The changes to the essential safety requirements made by the new Directive are too numerous to be listed here. The major changes include: ergonomics, control positions, lighting, manual controls, the machine start-up, the machine's stability, security systems, operating instructions in addition to special specifications for the food and cosmetic industries and pharmaceuticals.

 

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NEED TO BE COMPLIANT

There are also changes regarding the Declaration of Conformity. The "person authorized to compile the technical file" should be established within the European Community. Where necessary the Declaration of Conformity must include any other applicable Directives. It is also no longer expected a specific declaration for safety components.

There are of course many other aspects of the new Machinery Directive which is vital that every organization occur in order to have guaranteed compliance with the Directive itself. It is also, however, it points out that there are many other fundamental standards to ensure compliance of a machinery.

The standard 954-1 Safety of machinery - Safety-related parts of control systems will be replaced by EN ISO 13849-1 at the end of 2011 (further extended from December 2010). The designers of control systems can then choose to apply EN ISO 13849-1 or EN / IEC 62061 to ensure compliance with the Machinery Directive.

 

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THE STANDARD EN ISO 13849-1

EN ISO 13849-1 uses a four-step process for the design of control systems related to security:

  • perform risk analysis (using the EN ISO 12100);
  • for each identified risk, define the level of performance (Performace Level or PL);
  • define the architecture of the system consistent with the PL;
  • validate the design to verify that they meet the requirements emerged in the process of risk analysis.

 

 
 
CE Marking
CONSULTING

mtm consulting s.r.l. is the Italian leader in business consulting about CE marking of machinery and industrial equipment and machine safety in general.
mtm consulting s.r.l. now complete the service offered to customers with real mechanical and electrical design concerning the safety aspects of the machinery.
 
 
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SERVICE
 
With years of experience in the Machinery Directive and the Machinery Safety, mtm consulting s.r.l. has faced problems of many kinds, of working equipment and facilities of each type of production.
Based on the results of the activities carried out and driven by customer requests, mtm consulting s.r.l. integrates and completes the service offered on the machines with the phase of intervention planning for accommodation and legal compliance of the machines.
 
The intent of mtm consulting s.r.l. is to turn into practice, thanks to the experience, the signs of both law that related to good design and construction practices which originate of an analysis of risks of the work equipment.
 
On the basis of interventions and solutions proposed mtm consulting s.r.l. has the expertise to:
 
  • perform electrical and mechanical design to secure your machines;
  • provide certified safety components as per Directive 2006/42 / EC;
  • follow the adjustment and improvement activities;
  • drawing up or updating the technical documentation demonstrating the goodness of the intervention carried out.
 
The support provided by mtm consulting s.r.l. can be configured in different ways, including various parts of the same common path towards the complete safety of the machinery, depending on availability and delivery capability of the customer and the timing of the activity, whether in the design phase of the machine, under construction or already in service machine:
 
  • mechanical design, or design of fixed and movable guards and mechanical and perimeter protection for the various types of risk, with indication of size and shape, construction methods, the kinds of materials to be used, the kinds of hardware to realize, etc .;
  • electrical design, or implementation of the circuit diagram, designing parts of the control system related to the security features, a choice of several components (switches, interlocks, sensors, safety relays, photocells, dual controls, etc.) to facilitate the correct performance and coverage (PL and SIL) required by specific regulations, instructions on how to place depending on the technical characteristics, etc .;
  • CE marking of safety components designed and manufactured, in accordance with Directive 2006/42 / EC;
  • design of machine parts that perform specific functions;
  • choice of the components to be used in the electrical and mechanical level;
  • estimates regarding the purchase of components and tasks to be performed;
  • practical support in implementation of operations;
  • proof of the correctness of the interventions.

 

 
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PED DIRECTIVE (Directive 2014/68/UE)

WHAT WE GIVE YOU

 

Directive 2014/68/UE - Complete Technical File, also for ASSEMBLIES - We guarantee 100% compliance

  1. Risk Assessment;
  2. Technical File;
  3. Instruction Manual;
  4. Facsimile of Declaration of Conformity;
  5. Facsimile of CE Plate;
  6. Design and implementation of production control systems;
  7. Assistance in relationships with Notified Bodies.

  

Training - See also Course Catalog

We offer a Modular TWO days course that can be attended in the classroom or at the customer's office. - See also Course Catalog.

 

WHO IS IT FOR

 

This service is for:

  • Machinery and/or plant manufacturers for which apply the PED Direttive;
  • Any company in any sector that uses machines and/or facilities for which apply the PED Direttive.

 

 

 

 


SERVICE


In order to offer a service that is the best possible mtm consulting s.r.l. makes use of resources which are distinguished by the large professional preparation in multiple fields (technology, electronics, ...) to which mtm consulting s.r.l. offers professional development based on the continuing education required, however, to offer a value-added service to its clients.

In carrying out its activities mtm consulting s.r.l. uses the most advanced software available in the market. Through continuous technological updating mtm consulting s.r.l. is able to provide its customers not only documents in paper form, but also in digital form ready for any type of use (printing press for the realization of the manuals).

mtm consulting s.r.l. has also invested heavily in the construction of the first management software on the market that allows companies to manage in complete autonomy and flexibility with the Technical File (including the use and maintenance manual) and all the technical documentation of machines , lines and plants.

 

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DIRECTIVE 2014/68/UE OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL OF 29 MAY 1997 ON THE APPROXIMATION OF THE LAWS OF THE MEMBER STATES RELATING TO PRESSURE EQUIPMENT

The Directive applies to the pressure equipment and assemblies with a maximum allowable pressure (PS) is greater than 0.5 bar.

It determines the objectives or "essential requirements" to be met during manufacture and before being placed on the market, the above equipment; these requirements replace the corresponding national provisions.

Certain provisions of Directive 76/767/EEC on the approximation of the Member States relating to common provisions for pressure vessels and methods for inspecting these appliances (Official Journal L 262, 27.9.1976) are no longer applicable as of November 29, 1999 for equipment and assemblies covered by Directive 2014/68/UE.

The European standardization bodies shall establish harmonized European standards on the basis of the essential requirements. These rules, which are non-mandatory, will be published in the Official Journal of the European Communities.

The assessment of conformity with the essential requirements of the pressure equipment are based on a modular approach described in Decision 93/465 / EEC on the assessment of compliance and the rules for the affixing and use of the CE conformity marking. The conformity assessment is the responsibility of the bodies designated by Member States in accordance with minimum assessment criteria and that have been notified to the Commission and other Member States.

The assessment procedures are a function of the danger inherent in the pressure equipment. Each category of pressure equipment is accompanied by an adequate procedure or a choice between different procedures of equivalent standard. As for the sets, their compliance shall be subject to a comprehensive assessment procedure.

If the materials used for the manufacture of pressure equipment is not subject to a harmonized standard, at the request of one or more manufacturers of materials or equipment you may be issued the European approval of materials. This document certifies the conformity of the types of material with the essential requirements of this Directive. The list of these approvals is published in the Official Journal of the European Communities.

Before they are placed on the market, the pressure equipment must be fitted with the "CE" marking of conformity, which consists of:

  • a single design, the initials "CE";
  • the identification number of the notified body involved at the production control phase;

 

and to verify compliance with the provisions of this Directive and other relevant Directives relating to the affixing of the CE marking.

On these equipment or assemblies it may be affixed provided that any other mark does not cause confusion with the CE marking.

Member States shall determine penalties if they or notified authorities find the wrongly affixed CE marking.

transitional period (29 November 1999 to 29 May 2002) during which the Member States authorize the placing on the market of pressure equipment and assemblies which comply with the provisions in force in their territory; Commissioning of this equipment or these collections after that date.

 

 

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ATEX DIRECTIVE (Directive 2014/34/UE)

 

WHAT WE GIVE YOU

 

Directive 2014/34/UE - Complete Technical File - We Guarantee 100% compliance

  1. Risk Assessment;
  2. Technical File;
  3. Instruction Manual;
  4. Facsimile of Declaration of Conformity;
  5. Facsimile of CE Plate;
  6. Design and implementation of production control systems;
  7. Assistance in relationships with Notified Bodies.

 

D.Lgs. 81/2008

  1. Zones idemtification according to D.Lgs. 81/2008 in order to identify areas where there is the probability of the presence of Potential Explosives Atmospheres: GAS (Zone 0, 1 and 2) and DUSTS (Zone 20,21 and 22).

 

Training - See also Course Catalog

We offer a Modular TWO days course that can be attended in the classroom or at the customer's office. - See also Course Catalog.

 

WHO IS IT FOR

 

This service is for:

  • Machinery and/or plant manufacturers for Classified Zones;
  • Any company in any sector that uses machines and/or facilities in Classified Zones.

 

 

 

 



SERVICE


In order to offer a service that is the best possible mtm consulting s.r.l. makes use of resources which are distinguished by the large professional preparation in multiple fields (technology, electronics, ...) to which mtm consulting s.r.l. offers professional development based on the continuing education required, however, to offer a value-added service to its customers.

In carrying out its activities mtm consulting s.r.l. uses the most advanced software available in the market.

Through continuous technological updating mtm consulting s.r.l. is able to provide its customers not only documents in paper form, but also in digital form ready for any type of use (printing press for the realization of the manuals).

mtm conaulting s.r.l., inoltre, ha investito molto per la realizzazione del primo software gestionale presente sul mercato che consente alle aziende di gestire in completa autonomia e con elevata flessibilità il Fascicolo Tecnico (manuale di uso e manutenzione compreso) e tutta la documentazione tecnica di macchine, linee e impianti.

 

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DIRECTIVE 2014/34/UE OF THE PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL OF 23 MARCH 1994 ON THE APPROXIMATION OF THE LAWS OF THE MEMBER STATES CONCERNIGN EQUIPMENTS AND PROTECTIVE SYSTEMS INTENDE FOR USE IN EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES

The Directive applies to equipment and protective systems (mine materials and surface), electrical and non-electrical, intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres and the devices used outside of explosive atmospheres, but that affect the devices therein installed.

The Directive does not apply:

  • medical equipment;
  • to equipment and protective systems used in environments where there are explosive or unstable chemical substances;
  • to seagoing vessels and mobile offshore units;
  • certain means of transport.


Where equipment and protective systems must meet the essential requirements of safety and health, classified in three categories:

  • common requirements for equipment and protective systems;
  • additional requirements for appliances that can cause an explosion;
  • additional requirements for protective systems.

 

Procedures in order to obtain the CE mark of conformity depend on the unit and the assured safety. The Directive sets out the procedures to be followed for the various categories of equipment and protective systems intended for use in explosive atmospheres. These devices are characterized by a progressive level of protection that determines the type of procedure to be followed.

Some of the assessment and verification of equipment and protective systems are undertaken by a notified body; A list of these bodies and the tasks for which they have been notified, is published in the Official Journal of the European Communities, in addition to their identification numbers and the tasks for which they are notified. Also, for some categories of well-defined compliance, there is provided a series of procedures ranging from unit verification to internal control of production by the manufacturer.

The CE conformity marking must be affixed to a visible material along with the identification number of the notified body where that is involved in the production control phase. You can other markings on equipment always concerned that they do not reduce the legibility of the CE mark.

Where equipment and protective systems which comply with the Directive, bearing the CE mark of conformity, are considered suitable for release into free circulation in the European markets. However, they can be withdrawn from the market if they are likely to jeopardize the health of people, animals or property.

During a transitional period until 30 June 2003, Member States shall permit the placing on the market and putting into service of devices complying with the rules in force in their territory on 23 March 1994.

This Directive repeals, with effect from 1 July 2003, the following guidelines:

  • 76/117/EEC (electrical equipment for use in potentially explosive atmosphere);
  • 79/196/EEC (electrical equipment for use in potentially explosive atmospheres employing certain types of protection);
  • 82/130/EEC (electrical equipment for use in potentially explosive atmospheres in mines susceptible).

 

 

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THE DIRECTIVE 1999/92/EC

Directive 1999/92/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 1999 concerning minimum requirements for improving the protection of the safety and health of workers who may be exposed to the risk of explosive atmospheres fifteenth individual Directive within the meaning of ' Article 16, paragraph 1, of Directive 89/391/EEC) [Official Journal L 134, 07.06.2000].

The Directive lays down minimum requirements for improving the protection of the safety and health of workers who may be exposed to the risk of explosive atmospheres, in particular as it regards the employer's obligations.

 

 

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CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS DIRECTIVE



SERVICES

As regards the application of the Construction Products Directive mtm consulting s.r.l. offers the following services:

  • design and implementation of production control systems;
  • assistance in dealing with testing laboratories and Notified Bodies;
  • implementation of the Operation and maintenance manual;
  • the Catalogue of spare parts;
  • translation of texts in language.


In order to offer a service that is the best possible mtm consulting s.r.l. makes use of resources which are distinguished by the large professional preparation in multiple fields (technology, electronics, ...) to which mtm consulting s.r.l. offers professional development based on the continuing education required, however, to offer a value-added service to its clients.

In carrying out its activities mtm consulting LTD It uses the most advanced software available in the market. Through continuous technological updating mtm consulting LTD It is able to provide its customers not only documents in paper form, but also in digital form ready for any type of use (printing press for the realization of the manuals).

mtm consulting s.r.l. has also invested heavily in the construction of the first management software on the market that allows companies to manage in complete autonomy and flexibility with the Technical File (including the use and maintenance manual) and all the technical documentation of machines , lines and plants.

 

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DIRECTIVE 98/106/EEC OF 21 DECEMBER 1988 ON THE APPROXIMATION OF LAWS, REGULATIONS AND ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS OF THE MEMBER STATES RELATING TO CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS

It was amended by Directive 93/68/EEC of 22 July 1993.

The Directive applies to construction products, defined as products intended to be incorporated permanently in construction works.

It requires compliance with the essential requirements: the construction products may be marketed only if they are fit for the intended use. In this respect, they must allow the construction of works that meet, for a period of economically acceptable life, the essential requirements of mechanical resistance and stability, safety in case of fire, hygiene, health and environment, safety in use, protection against noise, energy economy and thermal insulation provided for in Annex I to Directive.

 

The essential requirements are defined in the first instance in interpretative documents drawn up by technical committees and are then developed through specific techniques that may include:

  • European harmonized standards adopted by European standardization bodies (CEN and / or CENELEC) a mandate from the Commission and after consulting the Standing Committee on Construction;
  • European technical approvals to assess the suitability of a product for the intended use in cases where there is no harmonized standard, nor a recognized national standard, nor a mandate for a European standard and where the Commission, after consulting the Member States in the Standing Committee on construction, that can or can still develop a standard. To facilitate this, the "European Organization of Technical Approvals" (European Organisation for Technical Approvals), which brings together the relevant national bodies for approvals, may develop guidelines for European technical approval for a product or family of products as construction, under mandate from the Commission and after consulting the Standing Committee on construction.


Where there are neither a European standard or a European technical approval, the products may continue to be assessed and marketed in accordance with existing national provisions conforming to the essential requirements.

Apposition of the "CE" mark: can benefit from the "CE" mark only the construction products comply with the national rules where the harmonized standards have been implemented, a European technical approval or, failing that, to the national technical specifications meeting the essential requirements . The works bearing the "CE" mark meet thus the essential requirements.

Dclaration of conformity: it is up to the manufacturer or his authorized representative in the Community attest, by their own means or by an authorized certification body, that their products comply with the requirements of a technical specification in accordance with the compliance procedures mentioned in the Directive. Those procedures should be determined by the Commission after consulting the Standing Committee on Construction, in accordance with the particular characteristics of a given product or family of products.

Safeguard clause: the products that comply with the Directive but which do not meet the essential requirements and therefore pose a danger to the safety and health, may be temporarily withdrawn from the market by the Member States. Where non-compliance is due to technical, application or shortcomings of the same specification, the Commission will decide, after consulting the Standing Committee on Construction, whether the European or national technical specification should or not to continue to benefit from presumption of conformity.

The Annexes to Directive contain detailed information on:

  • essential requirements;
  • European technical approvals;
  • certificate of conformity with the technical specifications: methods of control of compliance, systems of attestation, competent bodies, trademark, certificate and EC declaration of conformity;
  • inspection and certification bodies and testing laboratories.

 

"CE marking": This Directive amends the provisions of Directive 89/106/EEC and Directives 87/404/EEC, 88/378/EEC, 89/336/EEC, 89/686/EEC, 89/392/EEC, 90/384/EEC, 90/385/EEC, 90/396/EEC, 91/263/EEC, 92/42/EEC and 73/23/EEC as regards the labeling of products. By now the term used is "CE marking".

The conditions for the affixing become the same for a number of products (construction products, simple pressure vessels, personal protective equipment, toys, telecommunications terminal equipment, hot-water boilers, electrical equipment, ...) that can fall simultaneously within the scope of various directives which until that time had planned to different marking systems.

 

 

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PHONOMETRIC MEASUREMENTS

The point u of the Essential Requirement 1.7.4.2 Security "Instructions" Annex I "Essential requirements of safety and health protection for the design and construction of machinery" Directive 2006/42 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 May 2006 on machinery, and amending Directive 95/16 / EC on the noise provides.

The instructions bring back the following information on airborne noise:

  • the level of A-weighted sound pressure at workstations, where this exceeds 70 dB (A); where this level does not exceed 70 dB (A), it must be indicated;
  • the maximum value of C-weighted instantaneous sound pressure at workstations, where this exceeds 63 Pa (130 dB in relation to 20 Pa);
  • weighted sound power level emitted by the machinery, if the level of A-weighted sound pressure at workstations exceeds 80 dB (A).

 

When it comes to a large machinery, the indication of the sound power level is replaced by an indication of the equivalent continuous sound pressure levels at specified positions around the car.

Where harmonized standards are not applied, sound levels must be measured using the most appropriate method for measuring the machine.

The manufacturer must indicate the machine operating conditions during measurement and the measuring methods followed.

If the place or the jobs are not or can not be defined, the measurement of sound pressure levels must be measured at 1 m from the machine surface and 1.60 m in height from the floor or access platform. They must indicate the position and the value of the maximum sound pressure.

As regards, however, the equipments (eg portable electrical equipment, transportable, etc.). There are harmonized standards which define the directions on the noise emitted by the same which must be given in the instructions for use and any limits.

mtm consulting s.r.l. is able to perform photometric measurements, even in the site, in order to measure the noise emitted by machinery and equipment.

Measurements will be carried out according to UNI EN ISO standard into force and the detailed report that will be issued, always in accordance with the standards in force, consetirà to manufacturers as users of machines to comply with the Machinery Directive.

CE Marking
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VIBRATION MEASUREMENT


SERVICES

mtm consulting s.r.l. is able to perform measurements of mechanical vibrations, in the site, in order to measure the level of mechanical vibrations emitted by machinery and equipment.

Measurements will be carried out according to UNI EN ISO standard into force and the detailed report that will be issued, always in accordance with the standards in force, will allow employers and anyone involved in the company confidence to meet the machine directive requirements and the applicable product standards.

 

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STUDY ON MEASUREMENT OF VIBRATIONS

The Essential Requirement 1.5.9 Security. "Vibrations" in Appendix I "essential safety and health requirements for the design and construction of machinery and safety components" of the Legislative Decree no. 17/2010 "Implementation of Directive 2006/42/EC on machinery and amending Directive 95/16/EC on lifts. " about Vibration states that "The machine must be designed and constructed in such a way that risks resulting from vibrations produced by the machinery are reduced to the lowest level taking account of technical progress and the availability of means of reducing vibration, in particular at the source. The level of vibration emission may be assessed with reference to comparative emission data for similar machinery."

The point j of the Essential Requirement 1.7.4.2 Security. "Contents of the instructions" in Appendix I "essential safety and health requirements for the design and construction of machinery and safety components" of the Legislative Decree no. 17/2010 "Implementation of Directive 2006/42 / EC machinery, and amending Directive 95/16/EC on ascensori.in about vibration states that: "the instructions for installation and assembly for reducing noise or vibration".

The Essential Requirement 2.2.1.1 Security. "Instructions" concerning the portable machines of Annex I "essential safety and health requirements for the design and construction of machinery and safety components" of the Legislative Decree no. 17/2010 "Implementation of Directive 2006/42 / EC on machinery, and amending Directive 95/16/EC on lifts. on the noise provides that:

"The instructions must give the following information concerning vibrations transmitted by machinery portable hand-held and":

    • the vibration total value to which the hand-arm system, if it exceeds 2.5 m / s2. If this value does not exceed 2.5 m / s2, this must be mentioned,
    • the uncertainty of measurement

.

 

These values ​​must be either those actually measured for the machinery in question, or

those established on the basis of measurements taken for technically comparable machinery

representative of the machinery to produce.

Where the harmonized standards are not applied, the vibration data must be measured

using the most appropriate method for measuring the machine.

Should the machine operating conditions to be specified during the measurement and the

methods used for measurement, or the reference of the harmonized standard applied."

The Essential Requirement 3.6.3.1 Security. "Vibrations" on the mobility of machines Annex I "essential safety and health requirements for the design and construction of machinery and safety components" of the Legislative Decree no. 17/2010 "Implementation of Directive 2006/42/EC on machinery and amending Directive 95/16/EC on lifts. on the noise provides that:

"The instructions must give the following information concerning vibrations transmitted by machinery to the hand-arm system or to the whole body":

  • the vibration total value to which the hand-arm system, if it exceeds 2.5 m / s2. Should it not exceed 2.5 m / s2, this must be indicated,
  • the highest root mean square value of weighted acceleration to which it is exposed throughout the body, if it exceeds 0.5 m / s2. Should it not exceed 0.5 m / s2, this must be indicated,
  • the uncertainty of measurement.

 

These values ​​must be either those actually measured for the machinery in question, or

those established on the basis of measurements taken for technically comparable machinery

representative of the machinery to produce.

Where the harmonized standards are not applied, the vibration data must be measured

using the most appropriate method for measuring the machine.

They must be described in the operating conditions during measurement and

measurement codes used."

 

 

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ELECTRICAL TESTS ON MACHINES AND ELECTRICAL PANELS



SERVICES

mtm consulting s.r.l. is able to carry out safety tests on site, in order to draw up a test report, by attaching to the Technical File, for machines and electrical cabinets under, respectively, to EN 60204-1 "Safety of machinery - electrical equipment of machines. - Part 1: General requirements "and EN 60439-1" gear assemblies and protection for low-voltage switching (BT boards) Part 1: equipment subject to type tests (AS) and partially on evidence type (ANS)".

Electrical safety testing:

  • evidence of continuity of protective conductors and equipotential with current> 10AAC;
  • Insulation Resistance with 500VDC test voltage;
  • Dielectric strength tests (applied voltage) with selectable test voltage of 1000VAC (for tests on machines and / or car dashboards) and 2500VCA (for the routine tests on switchboards ANS).

 

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ELECTRICAL TESTS ON MACHINES AND ELECTRICAL PANELS

The Essential Requirement 1.5.1 Security. "Electricity" in Appendix I "essential safety and health requirements for the design and construction of machinery and safety components" of the Legislative Decree no. 17/2010 "Implementation of Directive 2006/42 / EC on the machinery and amending Directive 95/16 / EC on lifts. on the noise provides that:

"If the machine is powered by electricity, it must be designed, constructed and equipped so as to prevent or be suitable for preventing all hazards of an electrical nature.

The safety objectives set by Directive 2006/95 / EC shall apply to machinery. However, the obligations concerning conformity assessment and the placing on the market and / or putting into service of machinery with regard to electrical hazards service are governed solely by this decree."

Annex III "Internal control of production" in Section 3 of the law 18 October 1977 n. 791 - "Implementation of the Council Directive of the European Communities (n. 2006/95/EC) on safety guarantees that must possess the electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits." about electrical safety provides that:

"The technical documentation must allow assessment of the conformity of electrical equipment with the requirements of the law. It must, to the extent necessary for such assessment, cover the design, manufacture and operation of the electrical equipment, it contains:

  • the general description of the electrical equipment;
  • conceptual design and manufacturing as well as diagrams of components, sub-assemblies, circuits;
  • descriptions and explanations necessary for the understanding of said drawings and schemes and the operation of the electrical equipment;
  • a list of the standards applied in full or in part, and descriptions of the solutions adopted to meet the safety aspects of this case have not been applied the rules;
  • the results of design calculations, examinations carried out, etc .;
  • the test reports."

 

 

 

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LEGISLATION AND REGULATION

Machinery Directive

  • Decree 262 - 04/09/2002 Legislative Decree of 4 September 2002 n. 262 - Implementation of Directive 2000/14 / EC on noise emission by equipment for use outdoors - [GURI n. 272 S.O. 214 of 20/11/2002]
  • Decree - 20/06/2002 DECREE 20 June 2002 - MINISTRY OF INFRASTRUCTURE AND TRANSPORT Implementation of Directive 2001/63 / EC of 17 August 2001 adapting to technical progress Directive 97/68 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council concerning the measures to be taken against the emission of gaseous and particulate pollutants pollutants from internal combustion engines to be installed in non-road mobile machinery - [GURI n. 154 of 03/07/2002]
  • Decree - 01/06/2001 DECREE June 1, 2001 - MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT AND NAVIGATION Transposition of the adjustment to the Directive 1997/68 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 1997 on measures to be taken against the emission of gaseous and particulate pollutants from internal combustion engines to be installed in non-road mobile machinery - [GURI n. 147 of 27/06/2001]
  • Circular 7808 - 08/06/2001 MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY, TRADE AND CRAFTS ROUND 8 June 2001, n.7808 Forklifts - Reduced risk of accidental tipping - [GURI n. 146 of 26/06/2001]
  • Press - Ministry of Transport and Navigation - press release relating to the implementation of Directive 97/68 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 1997 concerning measures to be taken against the emission of gaseous and particulate pollutants from engines internal combustion to be installed in non-road mobile machinery - [GURI n. 284 of 04/12/1998]
  • Presidential Decree 459 - 24/07/1996 Presidential Decree of 24.07.1996 Regulations for the implementation of Directives 89/392 / EEC, 91/368 / EEC, 93/44 / EEC and 93/68 / EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to machinery - [ordinary supplement to GURI n.209 del 06/09/1996]
  • Directive 98/37 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 June 1998 on the approximation of the Member States relating to machinery - [OJ L 207, 23/07/1998]
  • Directive 2006/42 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 May 2006 on machinery, and amending Directive 95/16 / EC (recast) - [OJ L 157, 09/06/2006]
  • Correcting Directive 2006/42 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 May 2006 on machinery, and amending Directive 95/16 / EC - [OJ L 76, 16.3.2007]
  • Directive 73/23 / EEC of 19 February 1973 on the approximation of Member States relating to electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits - [OJ L 77, 26.3.1973]
  • Directive 89/336 / EEC of 03 May 1989 on the approximation of Member States relating to electromagnetic compatibility - [OJ L 139, 23/05/1989]
  • Directive 2006/95 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 December 2006 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits (codified vesion) - [OJ L 374, 27/12 / 2006]
  • Directive 2004/108 / EC of the European Parliament and of the 15 dicembe 2004 on the approximation of the Member States relating to electromagnetic compatibility and repealing Directive 89/336 / EEC - [OJ L 390, 31/12/2004]


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PED Directiva

  • Decree - 12/08/2002 Decree August 12, 2002 - Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport - Implementation of Directive 2002/50 / EC of 6 June 2002 adapting to technical progress Directive 1999/36 / EC on on transportable pressure equipment. (Text with relevance for the European Economic Area) - [GURI n. 207 of 04/09/2002]
  • Press release - 06/02/2002 NOTICE OF CORRECTION - press release relating to the legislative decree 25 February 2000 n. 93, concerning "Implementation of Directive 97/23 / EC concerning pressure equipment.". (Decree published in the ordinary supplement no. 62 / L to the Official Gazette - General Series - n. 91 of 18 April 2000) - [GURI n. 31 of 06/02/2002]
  • Decree - 18/10/2001 Decree 18 October 2001 - Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport - maximum charge pressure of argon cylinders, air, nitrogen, krypton, helium, neon and oxygen - [GURI n. 261 of 09/11/2001]
  • Decree - 20/07/2001 DECREE 20 July 2001 - MINISTRY OF INFRASTRUCTURE AND TRANSPORT - preferential procedure of implementation of Directive 1999/36 / EC of 29 April 1999 of Directive 2001/2 / EC of 4 January 2001 and decision 2001/107 / EC, containing provisions on transportable pressure equipment - [GURI n. 182 of 07/08/2001]
  • Decree - 19/04/2001 DECREE April 19, 2001 - MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT AND NAVIGATION - Design, construction and testing of approval and revision of seamless steel cylinders of capacity from 0.5 to 5 liters - [GURI n. 109 of 12.05.2001]
  • Decree - 16/01/2001 DECREE January 16, 2001 - MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT AND NAVIGATION - Frequency of checks and revisions of cylinders, tubes, pressure drums, bundles of cylinders and cryogenic vessels - [GURI n. 25 of 31/01/2001]
  • Decree - 16/01/2001 DECREE January 16, 2001 - MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT AND NAVIGATION - Frequency of checks and revisions of tank-containers (including tank swap bodies), designed to contain compressed gases liquefied or dissolved - [GURI n. 24 of 30/01/2001]
  • Decree - 16/01/2001 DECREE January 16, 2001 - MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT AND NAVIGATION - Frequency of checks and revisions of fixed tanks (tank-vehicles and tank wagons), demountable tanks, battery-vehicles and battery-wagons, destined to contain liquefied compressed gas or dissolved - [GURI n. 24 of 30/01/2001]
  • Press release - Press release - Industry Ministry of Trade and Crafts - press release relating to the circular ministerial n. 757 708 on 15 September 1999 Directive 97/23 / EC on the "Pressure equipment" - [GURI n. 62 of 15/03/2000]
  • Legislative Decree 25 February 2000 n. 93, concerning "Implementation of Directive 97/23 / EC concerning pressure equipment.". (Decree published in the ordinary supplement no. 62 / L to the Official Gazette - General Series - n. 91 of 18 April 2000)
  • 7577 Circular - Circular 15/09/1999 September 15, 1999, n.7577 - Ministry of Industry, Trade and Handicraft - Directive 97/23 / EC on the "Pressure Equipment" published in G.U.C.E. n. L 181 of 9 July 1997. prenotification - [GURI n. 224 of 23/09/1999]


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ATEX Directive

  • Decree - 12/03/1999 Decree 12 March 1999 - Ministry of Industry, Trade and Crafts - Requirements for the approval of the bodies to carry out the procedures for the conformity assessment of equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres - [GURI n. 66 of 20.03.1999]
  • Presidential Decree 126 - 03.23.1998 DECREE PRESIDENT March 23, 1998, n. 126 - Regulations for the implementation of Directive 94/9 / EC concerning equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres - [GURI n.101 del 03/23/1998]


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Contruction Products Directive

European legislation

  • Decision 95/204 / EC - Official Journal L 129, 14.06.1995 (construction products)
  • Decision 95/467 / EC - Official Journal L 268, 10.11.1995 (construction products)
  • Decision 96/577 / EC - Official Journal L 254, 08/10/1996 (fixed firefighting systems)
  • Decision 96/578 / EC - Official Journal L 254, 08/10/1996 (sanitary products)
  • Decision 96/579 / EC - Official Journal L 254, 08/10/1996 (fixed equipment for road traffic)
  • Decision 96/580 / EC - Official Journal L 254, 08/10/1996 (curtain walling)
  • Decision 96/581 / EC - Official Journal L 254, 08/10/1996 (geotextiles)
  • Decision 96/582 / EC - Official Journal L 254, 08/10/1996 (bonded structural glazing and metal anchors for use in concrete)
  • Decision 97/161 / EC - Official Journal L 62, 04.03.1997 (metal anchors for use in concrete for fixing lightweight systems)
  • Decision 97/176 / EC - Official Journal L 73, 14.03.1997 (for structural timber products and ancillaries)
  • Decision 97/177 / EC- Official Journal L 73, 14.03.1997 (metal injection anchors for use in masonry)
  • Decision 97/462 / EC- Official Journal L 198, 25.07.1997 (wood-based panels)
  • Decision 97/463 / EC - Official Journal L 198, 25.07.1997 (plastic anchors for use in concrete and reinforcement)
  • Decision 97/464 / EC - Official Journal L 198, 25.07.1997 (products for the treatment of waste water)
  • Decision 97/555 / EC - Official Journal L 229, 20.08.1997 (cements, building limes and other hydraulic binders)
  • Decision 97/556 / EC - Official Journal L 229, 20.08.1997 (systems / kits for the external thermal insulation with rendering) (referred to as "overcoat") (ETICS)
  • Decision 97/597 / EC - Official Journal L 240, 02.09.1997 (steel products for reinforced concrete and pre-stressed)
  • Decision 97/638 / EC - Official Journal L 268, 01.10.1997 (fasteners for wood products for structural use)
  • Decision 97/740 / EC - Official Journal L 299, 04.11.1997 (masonry and related products)
  • Decision 97/808 / EC - Official Journal L 331, 03.12.1997 (floorings)
  • Decision 98/143 / EC - Official Journal L 42, 14.2.1998 (flexible membrane systems for waterproofing of mechanically fastened roofs)
  • Decision 98/213 / EC - Official Journal L 80, 18.03.1998 (internal partition kits)
  • Decision 98/214 / EC - Official Journal L 80, 18.03.1998 (structural metallic products and ancillaries)
  • Decision 98/279 / EC - Official Journal L 127, 29.04.1998 (permanent systems-kits of non-load bearing shuttering hollow blocks or panels of insulating materials and, sometimes, concrete)
  • Decision 98/436 / EC - Official Journal L 194, 07/10/1998 (roof coverings, rooflights, roof windows and ancillary products)
  • Decision 98/437 / EC- Official Journal L 194, 10/07/1998 (internal and external wall and ceiling finishes)
  • Decision 98/456 / EC - Official Journal L 201, 07.07.1998 (post-tensioning kits for the prestressing of structures)
  • Decision 98/598 / EC - Official Journal L 287, 24.10.1998 (aggregates)
  • Decision 98/599 / EC - Official Journal L 287, 24.10.1998 (waterproofing kits roofs liquid applied)
  • Decision 98/600 / EC - Official Journal L 287, 24.10.1998 (supporting translucent roof kits, except glass-based kits)
  • Decision 98/601 / EC - Official Journal L 287, 24.10.1998 (products for road construction)
  • Decision 99/89 / EC - Official Journal L 29, 03.02.1999 (mounting kit of prefabricated stairs)
  • Decision 99/90 / EC - Official Journal L 29, 03.02.1999 (coatings)
  • Decision 99/91 / EC - Official Journal L 29, 03.02.1999 (products for thermal insulation)
  • Decision 99/92 / EC - Official Journal L 29, 03.02.1999 (columns light composite wood-based)
  • Decision 99/93 / EC - Official Journal L 29, 03.02.1999 (doors, windows, shutters, blinds, gates and related accessories)
  • Decision 99/94 / EC - Official Journal L 29, 03.02.1999 (precast normal, lightweight or porous)
  • Decision 99/453 / EC - Official Journal L 178, 14.07.1999 (fixtures and floorings)
  • Decision 99/469 / EC - Official Journal L 184, 17.07.1999 (products related to concrete, mortar and grout)
  • Decision 99/470 / EC - Official Journal L 184, 17.07.1999 (construction adhesives)
  • Decision 99/471 / EC- Official Journal L 184, 17.07.1999 (heaters)
  • Decision 2000/245 / EC - Official Journal L 77, 28.03.2000 (flat glass, profiled glass and glass block)
  • Decision 2000/273 / EC - Official Journal L 86, 07.04.2000 (Isolation Kit from vibration and impact noise for floating floors, insulation kit against vibration and noise walls, stainless steel wall panels, separation kit for waste water, profiled bars U, kit for the chemical anchor, anchor kit for epoxy concrete / glass-reinforced polyester / epoxy mortar)
  • Decision 2000/606 / EC - Official Journal L 258, 12.10.2000 (internal coating system of gypsum fiber panels, precast hollow profiles, standardized fittings and sleeves for bar of reinforcement, steel sheets ribbed reinforcement, joint for poles and anchoring in rock)
  • Decision 2001/19 / EC- Official Journal L 5, 10.01.2001 (expansion joints for road bridges)
  • Decision 2001/308 / EC - Official Journal L 107, 18.04.2001 (construction materials called "regards vetures")


Such decisions of the Commission, lay down rules for the application of Article 20, paragraph 2 of Directive 89/106 / EEC and establish for certain products or groups of products of specific procedures certificates of conformity and shall specify the methods by which these procedures must be applied.

Italian legislation

  • Decree 156 - 09/05/2003 - Criteria and procedures for the issue of certification bodies, inspection and testing in the field of construction products, in accordance with Article 9, paragraph 2 of the Decree of the President of the Republic 21 April 1993 n. 246 - [GURI n. 152 of 03/07/2003]
  • Legislative Decree 378 - 06/06/2001 DECREE June 6, 2001, 378 - Legal provisions on construction. (Text B) - [GURI n. 245 of 20/10/2001]
  • Decree 379 - 06/06/2001 DECREE OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC June 6, 2001, 379 - Regulatory provisions on construction. (Text C) - [GURI n. 245 of 20/10/2001]
  • Decree 380 - 06/06/2001 DECREE OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC June 6, 2001, 380 - single text of the laws and regulations on construction. (Text A) - [GURI n. 245 of 20/10/2001]
  • Presidential Decree 499 - 10/12/1997 DECREE OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC 10 December 1997, n. 499 - Regulations implementing provisions of Directive 93/68 / EEC for the part amending Directive 89/106 / EEC on construction products - [GURI n. 21 of 27/01/1998]
  • Presidential Decree 246 - 21/04/1993 DECREE PRESIDENT April 21, 1993, n. 246 - Regulation for the implementation of Directive 89/106 / EEC on construction products - [GURI n. 170 of 22/07/1993]


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Phonometric measurements

  • Presidential Decree 459 - 24/07/1996 Presidential Decree of 24.07.1996 Regulations for the implementation of Directives 89/392 / EEC, 91/368 / EEC, 93/44 / EEC and 93/68 / EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to machinery - [ordinary supplement to GURI n.209 del 06/09/1996]
  • Directive 98/37 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 June 1998 on the approximation of the Member States relating to machinery - [OJ L 207, 23/07/1998]
  • Directive 2006/42 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 May 2006 on machinery, and amending Directive 95/16 / EC (recast) - [OJ L 157, 09/06/2006]
  • Directive 73/23 / EEC of 19 February 1973 on the approximation of Member States relating to electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits - [OJ L 77, 26.3.1973]
  • Directive 2006/95 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 December 2006 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits (codified vesion) - [OJ L 374, 27/12 / 2006]


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Vibration measurements

  • Presidential Decree 459 - 24/07/1996 Presidential Decree of 24.07.1996 Regulations for the implementation of Directives 89/392 / EEC, 91/368 / EEC, 93/44 / EEC and 93/68 / EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to machinery - [ordinary supplement to GURI n.209 del 06/09/1996]
  • Directive 98/37 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 June 1998 on the approximation of the Member States relating to machinery - [OJ L 207, 23/07/1998]
  • Directive 2006/42 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 May 2006 on machinery, and amending Directive 95/16 / EC (recast) - [OJ L 157, 09/06/2006]


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Electrical tests on machinery and electrical panels

  • Presidential Decree 459 - 24/07/1996 Presidential Decree of 24.07.1996 Regulations for the implementation of Directives 89/392 / EEC, 91/368 / EEC, 93/44 / EEC and 93/68 / EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to machinery - [ordinary supplement to GURI n.209 del 06/09/1996]
  • Law 18 October 1977, n. 791 - Implementation of the Council Directive of the European Communities (n. 73/23 / EEC) on safety guarantees that must possess the electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits - [Official Gazette November 2, 1977, n. 298]
  • Directive 98/37 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 June 1998 on the approximation of the Member States relating to machinery - [OJ L 207, 23/07/1998]
  • Directive 2006/42 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 May 2006 on machinery, and amending Directive 95/16 / EC (recast) - [OJ L 157, 09/06/2006]
  • Directive 73/23 / EEC of 19 February 1973 on the approximation of Member States relating to electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits - [OJ L 77, 26.3.1973]
  • Directive 2006/95 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 December 2006 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits (codified vesion) - [OJ L 374, 27/12 / 2006]


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Standards for technical documentation

  • UNI EN ISO 12100-1 and EN 12100-2 - Safety of machinery - Basic concepts, general principles for design
  • CEI EN 60204-1 - Safety of machinery - Electrical equipment of machines - Part 1: General requirements
  • IEC 62079 - Preparation of instructions - structure, content and presentation
  • UNI ISO 5127 - Documentation and information - Vocabulary
  • UNI 10653 - Quality of product documentation
  • UNI 10893 - Technical product documentation
  • UNI 11083 - Technical documentation - Guidelines for the preparation of necessary documents for the activities of education and training in the use of goods
  • ISO Guide 37 - Instructions for use of products of consumer interest
  • UNI 10958 - Utensils in contact with foodstuffs - Guidelines for the drafting of instructions for use
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For your convenience, the contents of the Art. 15 of the GDPR is shown below.
Art. 15 Right of access by the data subject
1. The data subject shall have the right to obtain from the controller confirmation as to whether or not personal data concerning him or her are being processed, and, where that is the case, access to the personal data and the following information:
a) the purposes of the processing;
b) the categories of personal data concerned;
c) the recipients or categories of recipient to whom the personal data have been or will be disclosed, in particular recipients in third countries or international organisations;
d) where possible, the envisaged period for which the personal data will be stored, or, if not possible, the criteria used to determine that period;
e) the existence of the right to request from the controller rectification or erasure of personal data or restriction of processing of personal data concerning the data subject or to object to such processing;
f) the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority;
g) where the personal data are not collected from the data subject, any available information as to their source;
h) the existence of automated decision-making, including profiling, referred to in Article 22(1) and (4) and, at least in those cases, meaningful information about the logic involved, as well as the significance and the envisaged consequences of such processing for the data subject.
2. Where personal data are transferred to a third country or to an international organisation, the data subject shall have the right to be informed of the appropriate safeguards pursuant to Article 46 relating to the transfer.
3. The controller shall provide a copy of the personal data undergoing processing. For any further copies requested by the data subject, the controller may charge a reasonable fee based on administrative costs. Where the data subject makes the request by electronic means, and unless otherwise requested by the data subject, the information shall be provided in a commonly used electronic form.
4. The right to obtain a copy referred to in paragraph 3 shall not adversely affect the rights and freedoms of others.

9. Withdrawal of consent
With reference to article 6 of the GDPR, the data subject can withdraw at any time the consent given without prejudice to the lawfulness of the processing based on the consent given before the withdrawal.

10. Automated individual decision-making
The Controller does not make processing consisting of automated decision-making processes on the data processed.

11. Identifying details of the Controller
The Controller of the aforementioned processing is 
mtm consulting s.r.l. s.u.
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VAT Number 02994950968 
Tel. (+39)0392848437
e-mail: info@emtem.com  .

The updated list of processors and persons authorized to process data is kept at the Controller's headquarters.




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