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Machine Safety Risk Assessment

Are your machines properly protected? Are there sufficient guards? And also: do the machines have facilities for an emergency stop? After an inspection in accordance with the Machinery Directive, you can tick the box on all those questions. You can equip your machines with a CE marking, with which you comply with the European directive. And what's more, what matters most: you put the safety of the user first.

​​​​​​​Ask us for a report

Take it for granted and ask us for an inspection according to the Machinery Directive. We visit you with a qualified partner, assess your machines and check whether they meet all requirements. You receive our findings in a report, which shows that you make work of machine safety, as required by Inspection SZW. You will also find  in our report the required investments in order to comply with the Machinery Directive.


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Ensure safe use of your machines. Inquire about an inspection according to the Machinery Directive by one of our qualified partners and discover the value of our assessment and report. Contact us, you will hear from us within one working day.

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