Measurement and testing of your work equipment, for CE, at the workplace
Our qualified specialists carry out measurement and testing in various areas: of work equipment, for CE marking, at the workplace, recurring tests. Please call us, we will be happy to advise you whether and which tests are necessary in your company.
Measurement and testing of your work equipment
Testing of work equipment is an important part of occupational safety in the company. The Industrial Safety Ordinance in particular contains clear provisions on who may and must test what, how and how often. Depending on the type and nature of the work equipment, measurement/testing of work equipment must be carried out regularly and/or with certain measuring aids, including measuring devices.
Measurement and testing for CE marking
You will receive comprehensive and competent advice from our experts. We check which measurements and tests are necessary for your machines and plants. For manufacturers of machines/plants especially according to the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC. For CE conformity, for example, a noise measurement and vibration measurement of machinery and equipment is required. We determine further measurements as part of a CE conformity assessment procedure. Our experts perform the necessary measurements after thorough analysis and consultation.
- Noise and vibration measurement
- Testing of electrical machinery and equipment – DIN EN 60204
- Measurement and testing of work equipment
Measurement and testing at the workplace
We advise you safely and completely so that you can comply with legal guideline and limit values. Our qualified specialists carry out precise measurements at the workplace in your company.
- Noise measurement and vibration measurement, sound pressure level (according to LärmVibrationsArbSchV)
- Reverberation time
- Indoor climate (CO2, humidity, temperature, air movement)
- Safety inspection of doors and gates according to ASR A1.7 – especially for power-operated doors and gates
Certain work equipment must be tested regularly. These inspections are referred to as “periodic inspections”. The legal basis in Germany is the Ordinance on Industrial Safety and Health (BetrSichV). The BetrSichV requires that the operator must perform tests on certain work equipment. The operator must arrange for these tests. The operator is also responsible for ensuring that the person commissioned is a “competent person” in accordance with the Operational Safety Ordinance. Recurring inspections are required, for example, for: