CE marking for machinery directive

Front Cover
ASME Press, 1999 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 371 pages
The Machinery Directive contains fundamental health and safety requirements relating to the design and construction of machines and safety components. The Machinery Directive came into force in January 1993 and became a legal requirement in January 1995. From this last date, machines may no longer be sold or commissioned within the European Economic Area unless they have a CE Marking.

This volume contains the complete text of the Machinery Directive along with a step-by-step explanation of the certification procedure. Its practical examples and well-organized diagrams and drawings help you gain a clear understanding of the requirements imposed by the Directive.

CE Marking for Machinery Directive also provides an overview of the European harmonized standards that are applicable to the Machinery Directive.

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Contents

PRACTICAL EXAMPLES
367
LIST OF STANDARDS
233
CHECKLIST
247
ADDRESSES WITH REGARD TO
257
INTEGRATED MACHINERY DIRECTIVE
269
GLOSSARY
349
QUOTATION OF SOURCES
361
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