Tools for better machine safety

You might think machine safety is difficult? Here are some tools to help you to cope and progress. By keeping it short and simple you can improve your machine safety. Here are four tools to cope and progress.

  • Step 1. Risk assessment – what is the most suitable method?
  • Step 2. Standards research – when is it needed and how is it done?
  • Step 3. Protection measures – which once are most suitable and what is required?
  • Step 4. Retrofitting of used machinery – do we have to CE-mark all over?

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