The objective of the course is to provide an overview of the methodological skills that underlie the Project Management.
The course is divided in two days in which the concepts are developed concerning the application of standard CEI EN 60335-1 that specifies the general requirements and the safety requirements for household and similar electrical appliances whose voltage does not exceed 250 V for single-phase appliances and 480 V for other appliances. In it they are contained all the requirements and the relevant tests regarding classification, marking, mechanical and electrical construction.
The course allows you to acquire the competence for the identification and classification of hazardous areas, technical standards of reference and for the identification of specific prevention measures for the application of the ATEX 2014 / 34 / UE Directive.
The European Directives (mainly Machine Directive and Low Voltage Directive) impose on machine manufacturers and / or complex machine systems, a critical analysis of the methodology to be applied for their realization, with particular attention to the "safety integration principle" .
The course enables you to acquire risk assessment techniques, based on the requirements of the 2006 / 42 / CE Directive and harmonized standards prepared by CEN under the mandate of the European Commission.
Shape and contents according to the 2006 / 42 / CE Machinery Directive
The European 2014 / 30 / EU Directive on Electromagnetic Compatibility is in force since 18 April 2014 and has completely replaced the previous 2004 / 108 / CE directive, the 20 April 2016.
In order to declare conformity with the essential criteria of the directive and to be able to affix the CE marking, a technical document must be prepared.
In the field of structural integrity checks of pressure devices, verification procedures such as the Fitness For Service methodology are widely used. This methodology is based on the assessment of the degree of security commensurate with the time of further practicability with the permanence of any defects found.
The associated companies AISEM / Shelving CISI propose an advanced training course on the maintenance of shelving according to the principles
The recognition of 8 CFP at this event was authorized by the Order of Engineers of Milan, which evaluated in advance