Trainings, workshops & seminars

Whether you are a manufacturer or operator of machines with CE marking, your employees and managers must be well informed about this subject. But management is interested in something other than the technician, sales in something other than design. Do not leave the knowledge of your people to chance, but rather to training by experienced professionals.

The engineering office for CE marking and risk assessment offers training courses, workshops and seminars lasting several days. We would be pleased to advise you personally to determine your training needs.

Our range of workshops

We are also gladly arranging individual training courses for your employees.
Click on the individual workshops to learn more.

Basic training CE marking for manufacturers and operators

Training ID: WS-CE

Participants

All persons in the company who are responsible for CE marking or who may be affected by the subject.

For manufacturers:
Sales, project planning, construction, workshop management, construction site management

For operators:
Persons responsible for the purchase of new plants/machines, maintenance staff, persons responsible for conversion/ expansion/ adaptation of existing plants/machines

Training content

  • Basic requirements for CE marking
  • Legal consequences for unsafe machinery
  • Distinction from other directives
  • Legal basis for manufacturers or operators
  • Definition for machinery/system/partly completed machinery etc.
  • Risk assessment/risk graph
  • Declaration of conformity / declaration of incorporation
  • Operating instructions and assembly instructions
  • Authorized documentation representative
  • Responsibilities around CE marking
  • Presentation of a risk assessment using an example
  • Reconstruction/modernisation of machines and material changes to machines
  • Explanation of the verification and validation of safety-relevant controls

Training Schedule

The training starts at 9 am, is interrupted by a half-hour lunch break and ends at about 2 pm.

CE marking for management/sales/project managers

Training ID: WS-CE GL

Participants:

Management, sales, project planning, project management

Training content:

  • Product liability
  • Fault liability, contractual liability
  • EC Directives
  • Product Safety Act (ProdSG)
  • CE Marking/ Declaration of Conformity/ Declaration of Incorporation
  • Associated standards
  • Rights of the machinery purchaser or operator
  • Rights of market surveillance authorities
  • Obligations arising from commitments to issue a declaration of conformity or a declaration of incorporation
  • CE-marking done by the operator
  • Used machinery – conversions/ modifications to existing machinery – What are the main changes?
  • How must / can sub-suppliers be integrated in the process?

Training Schedule

The training starts at 9 am, is interrupted by a 15 minute break and ends at about 1 pm.

CE marking for management/sales/project managers/corporate sourcing

Training ID: WS-CE GL-RA

Participants:

Management, sales, project planning, project management, corporate sourcing

Training content:

  • Basic conditions of CE marking for the legally compliant manufacture and operation of machines and systems in accordance with the Machinery Directive (MSR)/ Product Safety Act /CE regulations AND consequences/ legal consequences/ liability in the event of negligence/ infringements by manufacturers/ operators
  • Distinction between manufacturer and operator obligations MSR/CE marking/ risk assessment in relation to occupational health and safety law/ industrial safety regulation/ risk assessment AND problems/ legal pitfalls in the offer and processing phase / testing and documentation obligations
  • CE Marking/ Declaration of Conformity/ Declaration of Incorporation
  • Associated standards
  • Rights of market surveillance authorities
  • Example of a risk assessment
  • CE-marking done by the operator
  • Used machinery – conversions/ modifications to existing machinery – What are the main changes?
  • How must / can sub-suppliers be integrated in the process?
  • Liability risk Operating instructions and technical documentation
  • Tasks of the authorized documentation representative
  • Sustainable establishment of the necessary processes and business procedures in the company – tasks and responsibilities of the management and the employees involved across departments in development & design, service, purchasing, sales (contract and process management/organisational duties)
    • during the construction of new machinery
    • for the subsequent modification of machinery?

Training Schedule:

The training starts at 9 am, is interrupted by a half-hour lunch break and ends at about 4:30 pm.

Lecturers:

Lawyer B. Meyer and Dipl. Ing. F.-J. Lauer

If you have any questions, please contact us here or request your personal offer.

CE marking for automation engineers

Training ID: WS-CE Autom

Participants

All persons in the company who are responsible for CE marking or who may be affected by the subject.

Training content:

  • Basic requirements for CE marking
  • Legal consequences for unsafe machines
  • Distinction between the directives
  • Formal requirements from the guidelines: MSR, low voltage, EMC
  • How does the type of order (new plant, conversion/modernisation, production without construction, other services) influence the formal requirements?
  • Requirements for CE marking
  • according to which directive CE for the switch cabinet
  • Risk assessment: by whom: machine builder, control system builder/automation engineer or operator); with which content/scope; according to which directive
  • Presentation of a risk assessment using an example based on the system of the Lauer engineering office
  • formal requirements regarding the content of the declaration of conformity or the declaration of incorporation
  • Scope and content of the operating instructions differentiated according to the guidelines
  • Language version of the documentation
  • Authorized documentation officer according to the Machinery Directive
  • Reconstruction/modernisation of machines/material changes to machines

Training Schedule:

The training starts at 9 am, is interrupted by a half-hour lunch break and ends at about 5 pm.

Preparation of risk assessments according to the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC and DIN EN ISO 12100

Training ID: WS-RB

Participants

Persons in the company who are to carry out and/or evaluate risk assessments.

Knowledge of the basics of CE marking is a prerequisite for participation.

Seminar / training content:

On the basis of a sample risk assessment the lecturer will show the creation of a risk assessment with:

  • the methodology of the procedure
  • the possible structural set-up
  • specifications for the content depth and
  • the actual risk assessment

Therefor the references to the directives and standards on which the risk assessment is based are presented. These are in particular the Machinery Directive, the Low Voltage Directive, the EMC Directive and the Pressure Equipment Directive.

Extracts from the field of standards which are repeatedly required in the preparation of risk assessments are shown.

Seminar / Training Schedule:

The three-day seminar starts each day at 9 am, is interrupted by a half-hour lunch break and ends at about 3 pm.

Introduction to Functional Safety for Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) in the process industry

Training ID: WS-61511

An offer from Lauer CE-Safety GmbH as in-house training in your company or in our conference rooms in Coesfeld.

Participants

For designers and developers of safety-related control systems in the process industry.

Training content:

  • Scope of application
  • Terms, abbreviations and parameters
  • Legal status of the IEC 61511
  • Relationship between IEC 61508 and IEC 61511
  • Procedure for determining risk
  • Risk graph
  • Risk matrix
  • Layers of Protection (Lopa)
  • Hazard and Operability Analysis (Hazap)
  • Safety Integrity Level (SIL)
  • Failure of safety systems
  • Random hardware errors
  • Systematic defects
  • What does functional safety mean?
  • Safety life cycle
  • Specification of the SIS
  • Assessment of functional safety
  • Planning of safety-related systems
  • Classification of the process control equipment
  • Calculation and verification of safety-related availability
  • IEC61511 and ISO13849 in the same application or machines in process plants
  • Verification, validation

Training Schedule

The training starts at 9:30 am, is interrupted by a half-hour lunch break and ends at about 4:30 pm.

Explosion protection directive 2014/34/EU – ATEX 100

Training ID: WS-ATEX

Participants

All persons in the company who may be affected by the subject.

Training content:

  • Basic requirements for CE marking
  • Scope of application
  • Definitions
  • Zone Division
  • Device groups, device categories
  • Assignment zone – device group – device category
  • Conformity assessment procedure
  • Standards to be considered
  • Presentation of the practical effects of explosion protection using a sample risk assessment
  • Explosion protection document for the operator according to the Industrial Safety Regulation

Training Schedule:

The training starts at 9 am, is interrupted by a half-hour lunch break and ends at about 5 pm.

Machine controls in practice – Application of DIN EN ISO 13849-1:2016 with SISTEMA 2.0

Training ID: WS-13849

An offer from Lauer CE-Safety GmbH as in-house training in your company or in our conference rooms in Coesfeld.

Participants

For designers and developers of electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic controls.

Training content

  • Introduction to the DIN EN ISO 13849
  • Modelling of safety functions according to the standard
  • Probability of failure of control systems
  • Reliability parameters
  • Practical conversion of a circuit into a safety-related block diagram
  • Design and operation of SISTEMA
  • Demonstration of a control example with SISTEMA
  • Safe stopping of a drive with emergency stop (Cat3 PL c)
  • SISTEMA tutorials
  • start – stop with emergency stop device
  • Working with libraries
  • Tutorials using examples provided by the participants, e.g:
    • Access monitoring
    • safe drive stop
    • safe limited speed
    • Muting of a protective device
    • Two-hand control

Training Schedule:

The training is scheduled for 2 days. The exact times, including lunch, breaks etc. can be found in our seminar program.

Requirements for the development and documentation of safety-related user software in mechanical engineering according to DIN EN ISO 13849-1

Training ID: WS-13849 SRASW

An offer from Lauer CE-Safety GmbH as in-house training in your company or in our conference rooms in Coesfeld.

Participants

Software developers from the automation industry, e.g. PLC programmers and drive specialists for safety-related control systems

Training content

  • Basics of the safety functions in mechanical engineering.
  • Fundamentals of “functional safety” according to EN ISO 13849
  • Definition and minimum specifications of the safety function
  • Requirements from EN ISO 13849-1 and IEC 61508-3
  • Identify and define software requirements
  • Safety related software – Theory
  • Software types and their requirements for the standard-compliant verification and validation of (SRESW, SRASW, software-based parameterization)
  • Specification of safety-related software
  • V-model for the development of safety-related software
  • Implementation of the requirements
  • Safety related software – Practice
  • Typical project sequence
  • Existing project accompanying documents (scope and content)
  • Additional documents and content to demonstrate the reliability of safety-related software
  • Extensive practical examples of standards-compliant documentation of safety-related software

Training Schedule:

The training starts at 9:30 am, is interrupted by a half-hour lunch break and ends at about 4:30 pm.

If you have any questions, please contact us here or request your personal offer.

“Functional safety” for mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems

Training ID: WS-FSE MHP

An offer from Lauer CE-Safety GmbH as in-house training in your company or in our conference rooms in Coesfeld.

Participants:

For designers and developers of mechanical engineering controls, sales and product managers and technical sourcing / technical purchasing

Training content

  • Relationship between “functional safety” and “new MSR”
  • Requirements of DIN EN ISO 13849 for mechanical and plant engineering
  • Transition period DIN EN ISO 13849
  • Risk graph according to DIN EN ISO 13849
  • new reliability parameters MTTFd, DC, CCF
  • Process for the design of safety-compliant control systems
  • Verification and validation of the safety functions
  • Circuit examples with SISTEMA
  • Assessment and development of safety-related interfaces
  • Requirements for subcontractors
  • Drafting contracts with subcontractors and customers

Training Schedule

The training starts at 9:30 am, is interrupted by a half-hour lunch break and ends at about 4:30 pm.

Construction of low-voltage switchgear and controlgear assemblies according to DIN EN 61439

Training ID: WS-61439

An offer from Lauer CE-Safety GmbH as in-house training in your company or in our conference rooms in Coesfeld.

Participants:

Planners, switchgear manufacturers, installers and operators of switchgear and power supply systems.

Training content:

  • Introduction to the DIN EN 61439.
  • New requirements, validity of standards and transition periods
  • History of switchgear standards
  • Comparison with the previous standard
  • Introduction to the new terminology
  • Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear assembly
  • Roles and tasks of the original manufacturer and the manufacturer
  • Basis for compliance with the standard and assessability of performance
  • The “black box concept”
  • Consideration of interfaces in the low-voltage switchgear and controlgear assembly
  • New verifications
  • Design certification
  • Proof of quantity
  • Heating test options and the concept of the design load factor RDF
  • Definitive proof for safe and reliable switchgear
  • Structured path to detection
  • Strength of materials
  • Protection class of enclosures
  • Proof of protective conductor function
  • Insulation properties
  • Heating calculation (internal temperature)
  • Correctly declare CE conformity
  • Numerous practical tips and in-depth tutorials for the participants, e.g. heating calculation

Training Schedule:

The training starts at 8:30 am, is interrupted by a half-hour lunch break and ends at about 4:30 pm.

If you have any questions, please contact us here or request your personal offer.

Operating instructions in accordance with DIN EN 82079, DIN EN ISO 20607 and ANSI Z535.6

Training ID: WS-BA

Participants

Persons in the company who are involved in the revision/creation of the operating instructions for your products.

Training content

  • Overview and insight into the directives and standards basics regarding operating instructions
  • Machinery Directive – DIN EN ISO 12100 – DIN EN 82079-1 – C-type standards – VDI 4500 – DIN EN ISO 20607
  • Definitions
  • Differences between operating instructions and technical documentation
  • Content structure of operating instructions
  • Content requirements
  • Layout – readability vs. legibility
  • Design and execution of safety instructions
  • ANSI Z535 – Standard for the American/Canadian Economic Area
  • Difference between operating instructions for machines and installations – DIN Technical Report 146 or DIN EN 82079-2

Practical tips for this are – as far as possible – shown or explained with an instruction manual provided by the participants.

Training Schedule:

The two-day seminar starts each day at 9 am, is interrupted by a half-hour lunch break and ends at about 4 pm.

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