Machine Safety Training

Our Machine Safety Training has been retooled

What’s new?

More practice-oriented training days centred on the machines we set up especially for this purpose!

During this training course, we address all types of safety directives. The emphasis lies on the Work Equipment Directive and the Machinery Directive, since most companies are subject to these. The safety-related European Directives will also be covered.

Prior knowledge of the European Directives is not required. The training begins on the first day at a level that is accessible to everyone.

What you can expect:

  • Interactive transfer of knowledge by experienced specialists
  • Practical information which is immediately applicable on the work floor
  • The latest “tips” related to the European Directives
  • Time for covering your own practical cases
  • Application of the correct systematic approach to risk assessment and safety category determinations
  • Practical approach to machine safety

Since the training is divided into modules, you also have the option of participating in a specific part of the training.

Training intended for:

  • Engineers / Constructors
  • Project Leaders
  • Technical Department Managers
  • Operations or Production Managers

By utilizing practical examples and a step-by-step plan, you learn what you can do in which situation.
Whether you are a machine builder or a production company that regularly purchases machines or production lines, this training provides you with the knowledge of machine safety regulations you need.


  • Machinery Directive
  • Work Equipment Directive and its relationship with the Occupational Health and Safety Legislation
  • Other European Directives, such as the ATEX 95 Directive, the ATEX 137 Directive, the Pressure Equipment Directive and the Low Voltage Directive
  • Changes and adjustments to existing machines
  • Purchasing policy for new machines
  • Machines built in-house
  • Handling standards
  • Determining safety categories and making safety system calculations on machines
  • Practical case examples
  • Independent formulation of a risk analysis of 3 machines
  • Elaboration / illustration of a number of basic standards
  • Formulation of a Technical File
  • Formulation / points of special interest of a user manual (MD) or work instructions (RA)
ESV Technisch Adviesbureau
  • Mercuriusweg 30 - 3771 NC - Barneveld
  • +31 (0)342-424251
ESV Technisch Adviesbureau BV België
  • Kapelsesteenweg 292 - 2930 Brasschaat
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