On Technical Requirements For Machinery

Original Language Title: o technických požadavcích na strojní zařízení

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176/2008 Coll.
GOVERNMENT REGULATION


Dated 21 April 2008

On technical requirements for machinery

Change: 170/2011 Coll.

Change: 229/2012 Coll.

Government directs pursuant to § 22 Act no. 22/1997 Coll., On technical
requirements for products and amending and supplementing certain acts, as amended
Act no. 205/2002 Coll., (Hereinafter " Act ") to implement § 7 para. 8, §
11 paragraph. 2, § 11 paragraph. 2 point. c) § 12 para. 1 and 3, § 13:

§ 1
Basic provisions


(1) This regulation implements the relevant regulations of the European Union ^ 1) and
regulates technical requirements

A) Machinery,

B) interchangeable equipment,

C) safety components

D) lifting accessories

E) chains, ropes and webbing

F) removable mechanical transmission devices

G) partly completed machinery.

(2) specified products under this Regulation, within the meaning of § 12 para. 1
point. a) of all the goods specified in paragraph 1. a) to g).

(3) The provisions of § 3-9 and Annexes to the Regulation concerning
machinery also apply to products referred to in paragraph 1
point. b) to f).

(4) This regulation does not apply to

A) safety components intended to be used as spare parts
to replace identical components and supplied by the manufacturer of the original
machinery

B) specific equipment for use in fairgrounds or
lunaparcích,

C) machinery specially designed for nuclear, or which
to be put into operation in nuclear installations
whose failure could cause leakage of radioactivity

D) weapons, including firearms

E) means of transport which are

First agricultural and forestry tractors for the risks listed in Annex no. 1
hereto are already contained in the relevant legislation of the European Union
^ 2) the exclusion of machinery mounted on these vehicles
,

Second motor vehicles and their trailers covered
relevant European legislation, 3) except machinery
mounted on these vehicles,

Third vehicles covered by the relevant legislation of the European Union
^ 4) the exclusion of machinery mounted on these vehicles,

Fourth motor vehicles exclusively intended for competition, and

Fifth vehicles for the transportation of air or water or
transport by railways, except machinery mounted on these vehicles
,

F) seagoing vessels, mobile offshore equipment and machinery
installed on board such vessels or facilities

G) machinery specially designed and constructed for military or police purposes
,

H) machinery specially designed and constructed for research purposes
for temporary use in laboratories,

I) mine winding equipment,

J) machinery stage equipment intended to move performers during
performances

K) electrical and electronic products these groups, if the
covered by government decree no. 17/2003 Coll., Laying down technical
requirements for low voltage electrical equipment, which are

First household appliances intended for use in the home environment,

Second audio and video equipment,

Third information technology equipment,

Fourth ordinary office machinery,

Fifth low-voltage switchgear and control units

6th Electric,

L) high-voltage electrical equipment, which are

First switching and control equipment,

Second Transformers.

§ 2
Basic concepts


For the purposes of this Regulation

A) machinery

First file, which is fitted with or intended to be fitted with a drive system
directly applied human or animal effort, consisting of
parts or components, at least one of which is movable, mutually
together for a specific application;

Second file referred to in paragraph 1, missing only the components to
connect it on site or to sources of energy and motion,

Third file referred to in paragraph 1 or 2, which is capable of functioning after
mounted on a vehicle or installed in a building or a structure
,


Fourth assemblies of machinery referred to in point 1, 2 or 3, or file
partly completed machinery, which is to achieve the same
arranged and controlled so that they function as an integrated whole
or

Fifth file consisting of linked parts or components, at least one of which is
moves, joined together for lifting loads and whose
only power source is directly applied human effort,

B) interchangeable equipment is a device that after putting
machinery or tractor is in operation to the machinery
equipment or tractor operator connected in order to change its
functions or add new features, not- If this equipment tool

C) safety components such part of the machinery

First that the security function,

Second which are marketed separately

Third the failure or malfunction of which endangers the safety of persons and

Fourth which is not necessary in order for the machinery to function, or
by which it is possible to replace conventional components necessary for the functioning
machinery.

Exhaustive list of safety components is given in Annex no. 5 to
this Regulation

D) lifting accessory component or device that without
was attached to the lifting machinery, allows mounting
proof and which are located between the machinery and the load or on a separate
burden, or which is intended to constitute an integral part
load and which are marketed separately; for accessories for
also regarded as lifting slings and their components

E) chains, ropes and webbing such chains, ropes and webbing
designed and constructed for lifting purposes as part of the machine or
lifting accessories

F) removable mechanical transmission device detachable part
transferring energy from the machinery, self-propelled or
tractor driven machine, which connects the first fixed bearing;
If placed on the market with the guard it shall be regarded as one product

G) partly completed machinery file, which itself can perform a function
. Partly completed machinery is only intended to be incorporated
into other machinery or other partly completed machinery or equipment
or assembled with them, thus forming machinery
equipment covered by this Regulation; A drive system is partly completed machinery
,

H) the basic requirements for health and safety such
requirements for the design and construction of products covered
this regulation, which are intended to ensure a high level of health protection and safety of persons
where appropriate, domestic animals and property, as well as
environment.

§ 3
Basic requirements


(1) Basic requirements that machinery must satisfy are
listed in Annex no. 1 to this nařízení.Základní protection requirements
health and safety in relation to environmental protection shall apply
only the machinery referred to in Chapter 2.4. Annex no. 1 to
hereto.

(2) If the machinery fulfills the relevant provisions

A) harmonized European standards to which it is published in the Official Journal of the European Union
,

B) harmonized Czech technical standards, which incorporates the standard by
letter a), or

C) international technical standards in the European Union Member State which adopts the norm
pursuant to subparagraph a)

Which is related to the fundamental requirement, it is understood that
this basic requirement is met. This does not apply if the reference from the Official Journal of the European Union
withdrawn.

(3) The requirements set for the machinery in special legal regulations
^ 5) non-respect of the risks referred to in Annex no. 1 to
this regulation affected by this Regulation.

§ 4

Placing on the market or put into service

(1) Machinery can be placed on the market or put into service if

A) the requirements referred to in paragraph 3 and

B) is carried out so that the assumption that it is properly installed, maintained and used
for the purpose for which it is intended and under conditions
which can reasonably be foreseen, does not endanger the health and safety of persons and

Or domestic animals and property and, if so provided in this Regulation, nor
environment.

(2) to the market or put into service shall not be placed in machinery referred to in Annex
no. 12 hereto ^ 11).

(3) Before placing machinery on the market or put into service
manufacturer or his authorized representative shall perform conformity assessment according to § 5, while


A) ensures that the technical documentation referred to in Section A
Annex no. 7 to this Regulation

B) provides the machinery necessary information, including instructions

C) issue the EC declaration of conformity in accordance with Part 1 of Section A of the Annex no. 2 to
this regulation and ensure that it accompanies the
machinery,

D) provides machinery CE marking under § 8

(4) partly completed machinery can be placed on the market if the manufacturer
or his authorized representative shall ensure that the procedure under § 6

(5) for placing on the market shall be considered as machinery manufactured or imported
for its own operational needs in business.

(6) If you can not identify the person who machinery or incomplete
machinery for placing on the market, manufactured or designed and
sought his own name or trademark, the provisions of this Regulation
regarding the manufacturer, apply to a person who
machinery or partly completed machinery on the market or put into service.

(7) machinery and partly completed machinery which does not satisfy the requirements of this regulation
may be exhibited at fairs,
exhibitions, demonstrations, and similar events, provided that
visible sign clearly indicates that the machinery does not
in accordance with the requirements of this Regulation and is not marketed or
into service until it has been made to comply with the requirements of this regulation
. During demonstrations of such machinery or incomplete
machinery must be adequate security
measures to ensure the safety of persons.

§ 5

Conformity assessment procedures

(1) To assess the conformity of machinery with this Regulation applies
manufacturer or his authorized representative of one of the conformity assessment procedures
pursuant to paragraphs 2 to 4

(2) Unless the machinery specified in Annex no. 4 to this Regulation,
the manufacturer or his authorized representative conformity assessment procedure
internal checks on the manufacture of machinery provided for in Annex no. 8 to the || | regulation.

(3) Where the machinery is specified in Annex no. 4 hereto and
is manufactured in accordance with harmonized standards referred to in § 3 para. 2 and
if those standards cover all relevant essential requirements
on health and safety, the manufacturer or his authorized representative procedure


A) conformity assessment of internal production control machinery by
Annex no. 8 of this regulation,

B) EC type examination in accordance with Annex no. 9 hereto and internal
the manufacture of machinery according to section 3 of Annex no. 8 to the
regulation or

C) full quality assurance according to Annex no. 10 to this Regulation
.

(4) Where the machinery is specified in Annex no. 4 hereto and
not been manufactured in accordance with the harmonized standards referred to in § 3 para. 2, or
been constructed according to these standards only partially, or not include
harmonized standards all relevant essential requirements
health and safety, or for the machinery in question
equipment, there are no harmonized standards, the manufacturer or his authorized representative shall apply
procedure | ||
A) EC type examination in accordance with Annex no. 9 of this regulation and conformity assessment
internal checks on the manufacture of machinery provided
point 3 of Annex no. 8 of this Regulation or

B) full quality assurance according to Annex no. 10 to this Regulation
.

(5) In order to ensure that the procedures referred to in paragraphs 2 to 4 must be
manufacturer or his authorized representative shall have the necessary means to
ensure that machinery meets the essential requirements
health and safety set out in Annex no. 1 to this
regulation.

§ 6

Procedure for partly completed machinery

(1) For the partly completed machinery must be before it is placed on the market


A) the relevant technical documentation described in Annex no.
7 to this Regulation

B) the instruction for assembly in accordance with Annex no. 6 hereto and

C) of the declaration of incorporation described in Part 1, Section B of Annex.
2 hereto.

(2) Assembly and the declaration of incorporation shall accompany the partly completed
machinery until it is incorporated into the final machinery
device, and then become part of the technical documentation of this
machinery.

§ 7
Reducing the validity of documents


(1) If the notified body finds a product in which participated
conformity assessment that the manufacturer failed to meet or no longer meets the relevant requirements of this Regulation
or that should not be issued a certificate EC-type examination
not be approved quality assurance system
suspend the certificate issued or approved it, or withdraw or limit
force with reason, fails to carry out
manufacturers to ensure compliance with these requirements, appropriate corrective measures.

(2) If the suspension or limitation
certificate or approval or withdrawal, the notified body shall immediately inform the supervisory authority
and the Office for Standards, Metrology and Testing
which notify
Member States of the European Union and the European Commission.

§ 8
CE


(1) Machinery must be visibly, legibly and indelibly
CE marked. CE marking according to this Regulation shall be provided only
specified products according to § 1 para. 1 point. a) to f).

(2) The graphics of the CE marking (§ 13 para. 3 of the Act) is determined
special legal regulation 6). Additional requirements to perform
CE marking are set out in Annex no. 3 to this Order. If
legal regulations that apply to machinery and in which the CE marking
prescribe or allow for a transitional period, they allow
manufacturer or his authorized representative must choose which provisions will govern
, CE marking indicates conformity to the provisions only of those
legislation, which the manufacturer or his authorized representative
used. The EC declaration of conformity shall be given details concerning the
laws or provisions, which the manufacturer or his authorized representative
used.

§ 9

Notice of imposition of safeguard measures

(1) Machinery, which bears the CE marking and is accompanied
accompanied by the EC declaration of conformity, the content of which is set out in Part 1
Annex no. 2 to this Order shall be deemed
meeting the requirements of this Regulation.

(2) In the event that it was for machinery referred to in paragraph 1
ordered protective measures under a special legal regulation 7)
indicate in the notice under § 7 para. 8 of the Act, whether non-compliance with requirements under §
4, paragraph. 1 point. b) was caused

A) failure to satisfy the requirements specified in § 3 para. 1

B) incorrect application of the harmonized standards referred to in paragraph 3 §
. 2, or

C) shortcomings in the harmonized technical standards set forth in § 3
paragraph. second

§ 10

Authorization and notification

(1) With the authorization of legal entities to carry out activities under this Regulation
the conditions laid down in Annex no. 11 hereto.
Legal entities that meet the assessment criteria laid down in
relevant harmonized European standards, the references of which
published in the Official Journal of the European Union, are considered persons
meeting the criteria in Annex no. 11 to this regulation, which is
such standards relate.

(2) If the notified person become an authorized person
procedure according to § 11 para. 7 point. b) of the Act uses the identification number of the Notified Body
allocated under its authorization.

§ 11


Transitional provisions
Portable cartridge-operated fixing and other impact machinery
meeting the requirements of the existing regulations may be marketed and
operation until 29 June 2011.

§ 12
Repealing provisions


Decree no. 24/2003 Coll., Laying down technical requirements
machinery is repealed.

§ 13
Efficiency


This regulation comes into force on 29 December 2009.
Prime Minister
:

Ing. Topolánek mp


Minister of Industry and Trade:

Ing. Roman vr
Appendix 1


ESSENTIAL HEALTH AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS RELATING TO
DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY


GENERAL PRINCIPLES
First The manufacturer of machinery or his authorized representative shall
risk assessment with the aim of reducing and specifies requirements for protection
health and safety, which apply to the machinery.
Machinery must be designed and constructed taking into account the results
risk assessment.

In the above iterative process of assessing and reducing risks
manufacturer or his authorized representative

) Defines the designation of the machinery, which include the intended
use and any reasonably foreseeable misuse,

B) determine the hazards that can be generated by the machinery and the associated hazardous situations
,

C) estimates of risk, taking into account the severity of the possible injury or
damage to health and the probability of their occurrence,

D) evaluate the risks to determine whether it is consistent with the objective of this Regulation must
risk reduction

E) provides safeguards to eliminate hazards or reduce the risks
associated with these hazards in the order specified in section 1.1.2. point.
B).

Second Basic requirements for health and safety requirements apply only
if there is a corresponding danger for the machinery concerned
device if it is used under the conditions foreseen by the manufacturer or his authorized representative
, or in exceptional
predictable situations. Always the principles of safety
mentioned in paragraph 1.1.2. and obligations concerning marking of machinery and equipment
instruction manual mentioned in paragraphs 1.7.3. and 1.7.4.

Third Basic requirements for health and safety requirements set out in this
Annex are mandatory, except in cases where the objectives set by these requirements can not be
considering the current state of the art to achieve;
in these cases, the machinery must be designed and constructed
to these goals as closely as possible.

Fourth When designing machinery must be based on the results
risk assessment in accordance with point 1 of these general principles to take into account, besides
basic requirements for health and safety requirements set out in Part 1
and the requirements of one or more specific parts 2 to 6 of this Annex.
Basic requirements for health and safety related
environmental protection apply only to the machinery
referred to in Chapter 2.4.

First ESSENTIAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
1.1.Obecné
remarks

1.1.1. definition

For the purposes of this Annex

A) the hazard potential source of injury or damage to health,

B) danger zone any zone within or around machinery
device in which a person is exposed to a risk to their health or safety
,

C) exposed person person wholly or partially in a danger zone
,

D) operator person or persons installing, operating,
adjusting, maintaining, cleaning, repairing or transporting machinery,

E) risk combination of the probability and severity of injury or damage
to health that can arise in a hazardous situation

F) cover part of the machinery used specifically to provide protection
using physical barriers

G) protective device device (other than a guard) which reduces
risk, either alone or in conjunction with the guard

H) the anticipated use of the use of machinery in accordance with
information provided in the instruction manual

I) reasonably foreseeable misuse
use of machinery in a way not intended in the instructions for use, but which
may result from readily predictable human behavior.

1.1.2. Principles of safety

A) Machinery must be designed and constructed so as to perform its function
and can be operated, adjusted and maintained without
persons at risk when these operations are carried out under the anticipated
conditions, but also taking into account any
reasonably foreseeable misuse.


Aim of measures taken must be to eliminate any risk throughout
foreseeable lifetime of the machinery including the phases of transport,
installation, dismantling, decommissioning and scrapping.

B) In selecting the most appropriate solutions, the manufacturer or his authorized representative
apply the following principles in the following order:

- Eliminate or minimize the risk of safe design and construction
machinery

- Take the necessary protective measures in relation to risks that can not be
excluded

- Inform users of the residual risks due to any shortcomings
protective measures adopted, indicate
any particular training is required and specify any need
personal protective equipment.

C) When designing and constructing machinery and when drafting
instructions for use, the manufacturer or his authorized representative
take into account not only the intended use of the machinery but also
any reasonably foreseeable misuse.
Machinery must be designed and constructed so as to prevent abnormal
use if such use would engender a risk. Instructions for use
must remind the user or wrong ways to use
machinery that may occur by the experience.

D) Machinery must be designed and constructed to take into account
constraints to which the operator is subject
the necessary or foreseeable use of personal protective equipment.

E) Machinery must be supplied with all the special equipment and
accessories to enable adjustment, maintenance and use of machinery
without risk.

1.1.3. Materials and products

Materials for the manufacture of machinery or products used or created
machinery during use must not endanger the health or safety of persons
. In particular, where fluids are used, they must be
machinery designed and constructed to prevent risks
due to filling, use, recovery or draining.

1.1.4. lighting

Machinery must be supplied with integral lighting suitable for the operations
if it is likely that the lack of light, and
despite ambient lighting of normal intensity to cause a risk.

Machinery must be designed and constructed so that there are no areas
disturbing shadows or annoying glare,
there are no dangerous stroboscopic effects on moving parts due to the lighting
.

Internal parts requiring frequent inspection and adjustment, and for
maintenance must be provided with appropriate lighting.

1.1.5. Design of machinery to facilitate its handling

Machinery or each component part thereof must

A) allow safe handling and transportation,

B) be packaged or designed so that it can be stored safely and without damage
.

During the transportation of the machinery or its parts must exist
possibility of sudden movements or of hazards due
stability if the machinery or its parts are handled
in accordance with the instructions for use.

If the weight, size or shape of machinery or its various component parts prevents
hand, the machinery or each of its components must


A) either be fitted with attachments for lifting gear, or

B) they are designed to be fitted with such attachments, or

C) have such a shape that it can be easily connected to a regular
lifting gear.

Where machinery or one of its parts moved by hand, must be


) Is easily moveable, or

B) equipped for picking up and moving safely.

For the handling of tools or machinery parts, even
if lightweight, could be hazardous, it shall be taken
appropriate measures.

1.1.6. ergonomics

Under the intended conditions of use shall be discomfort, fatigue and physical and psychological
operator fatigue is reduced to the minimum possible, taking
taking into account ergonomic principles:


A) to allow adaptation to the physical dimensions, strength and stamina operator

B) provide sufficient space for movements of the parts of the operator's body,

C) avoid work rate, which indicates the machine

D) avoiding monitoring that requires lengthy attention

E) customize the man-machine interface to the foreseeable characteristics
service.

1.1.7. Operator Station

The operating position must be designed and constructed so as to avoid
any health risk due to exhaust fumes or lack of oxygen
.

If the machinery is intended for use in hazardous environments
posed a risk to the health and safety of the operator or if the machinery itself
creates a dangerous environment should be provided
appropriate means of achieving good
working conditions for the operator and is protected against any foreseeable hazards.

If it is to meet the above requirements necessary to be
operator station equipped adequately designed, constructed or equipped
cabin. The exit must allow rapid evacuation
. In addition, there must be an emergency exit in the opposite direction
than the usual exit.

1.1.8. seat

Where appropriate and where the working conditions must be
workplace which forms an integral part of the machinery
designed so that they can be placed seats.

If an operator sit during operation and if the operator station
integral part of the machinery, the machinery must be equipped
seat.

Operator's seat must enable him to maintain a stable position.
It must be possible to adjust the seat and its distance from the control devices according
operator.

If the machinery is subject to vibrations, the seat must be designed and constructed
so that the vibrations transmitted to the operator to the
lowest achievable level. The seat mountings must withstand all foreseeable forces
. Unless underfoot service floor
operator must have footrests covered with a slip-resistant surface.

02.01 Control systems

1.2.1. Safety and reliability of control systems

Control systems must be designed and constructed so as to avoid
dangerous situations. In particular it must be designed and constructed so as to


A) to withstand the load of normal use and withstand external influences

B) fault in the hardware or software of the control system
does not lead to hazardous situations,

C) errors in the control system logic do not lead to hazardous situations

D) reasonably foreseeable human error during operation does not lead to hazardous situations
.

Particular, it must ensure that

A) machinery must not start unexpectedly,

B) the parameters of the machinery must not change in an uncontrolled way when
such change may lead to hazardous situations,

C) not be prevented from stopping the machine, unless it has already been issued
command

D) no moving part of the machinery or piece that is
held in the machinery must fall or be ejected,

E) may be prevented automatic or manual stopping
any moving parts,

F) protective devices must remain fully effective or give a command
stop

G) of the control system related to safety must remain on
whole set of machinery or partly completed machinery
coherently.

The remote control must be activated automatically stop if
not received proper control signals, including the case of loss
connection.

1.2.2. Control devices

Control devices must be

A) clearly visible and identifiable, if necessary, using
pictograms

B) positioned so as to be safely operated without
loss of time and without ambiguity,

C) designed so that the movement of the control is consistent with its
effect

D) located outside the danger zones, except for certain controls
device, if necessary, such as emergency stop devices
or manual control panel

E) positioned so that their operation can not cause additional risk,

F) designed or protected so that the desired effect, it may cause

Danger, not a deliberate action,

G) made so as to withstand foreseeable forces;
special attention must be paid to emergency stop devices which may
be subjected to considerable stress.

If the control device is designed and constructed to allow
several different actions, namely where there is no consistency between
direction and sense of control and its effect must act to be performed, | || clearly displayed and possibly even being acknowledged.

Control devices must be so arranged that their layout, travel and
resistance to operation are compatible with the action to be performed,
taking account of ergonomic principles.

The safe functioning of the machinery must be fitted with indicators,
which must be visible and legible from the operator.

From each control position the operator must be able to ensure that the hazardous area
nobody, or the control system must be
designed and constructed so that starting when the dangerous
space is one.

If this is not possible, it must be before the machinery starts, issued
audible or visual warning signal. Vulnerable people must be able
in time to leave the danger zone or prevent the machinery starting
devices.

If necessary, it must be ensured that the machinery can be
controlled only from control positions located in one or more pre
designated areas or locations.

If there is more than one control position, the control system must be
designed to use one of them precludes the use of other
except for stop controls and emergency stops.

If machinery has two or more operating positions, each
must be provided with all the required control devices without
the operators mutually hindering or putting into
dangerous situation.

1.2.3. Starting

Machinery may be triggered only by deliberate action on the control
device that is provided for the purpose.
The same requirement applies


A) when restarting the machinery after a stoppage
any cause

B) when effecting a significant change in operating conditions.

Restarting of the machinery or a change in operating conditions
may be effected by voluntary action on other than the control
device that is provided for the purpose, if it does not lead to a dangerous situation
.

For machinery functioning in automatic mode can be
startup, restarting after a stoppage, or a change in operating conditions
possible without intervention, provided this does not lead to a hazardous situation.

If machinery has several starting controls and
operators can therefore put each other in danger, it must be
rule out such risks other devices.
If safety requires that starting and stopping was done in a certain order
must be devices which ensure the correct sequence
these operations.

1.2.4. stopping

1.2.4.1. Normal stopping

Machinery must be fitted with a control device, which may be
safely to a complete stop.

So that the machinery safe Each workstation must be fitted
control device to stop some or all of the functions of the machinery
device type of danger.

Command to stop the machinery must have priority over
startup.

Once the machinery or its hazardous functions must be
interruption of power to the actuators.

1.2.4.2 Operational stop

If, for operational reasons, a stop that does not cut off
power to the actuators stop condition must be monitored and maintained
.

1.2.4.3 Emergency stop

Machinery must be fitted with one or more devices
emergency stop, which enable actual or impending danger
.

This does not apply

A) the machinery where the emergency stop device
lessen the risk, either because it would not reduce the stopping time or would

Not enable the special measures against the risk

B) portable hand-held or hand-guided machines.

These devices must

A) have clearly identifiable, clearly visible and quickly accessible
control device

B) stop the dangerous process as quickly as possible, without creating additional
danger

C) or trigger or permit the triggering of certain movements
ensuring safety.

Once upon a stop command interrupts the active function
control, emergency stop devices must be a device for emergency
stop that command is maintained until the act is not intended
unlocked; must not be possible without unlocking command to stop
; unlocking device can be possible only by an appropriate operation, and disengaging
must not restart the machinery, but may be
only permit restarting.

Emergency stop function must be available and operational at all times
regardless of the operating mode.

Emergency stop devices must be a backup for other security
measures and should not be replaced by them.

1.2.4.4. File machinery

In the case of machinery or parts of machinery
designed to work together, the machinery must be designed and constructed
so that the stop controls, including
emergency stop devices, can
stop not only the machinery, but also all related equipment, if its
another operation may be dangerous.

1.2.5. Selection of control or operating modes

The control or operating mode selected must override all other
control or operating modes, with the exception of the emergency stop.

If machinery has been designed and constructed so that it is possible
its use in several control or operating modes
requiring different protective measures and work practices must be
fitted with a mode selector which can be locked in each position.
Each position of the selector must correspond to a single operating or control mode
.

Selector may be replaced by another selection
which allow the use of certain functions of the machinery to certain categories
operator.

If the machinery during certain operations to work with displaced or removed
guard culled or protective device must
control or operating modes simultaneously

A) disable all other control or operating modes

B) permit the operation of hazardous functions only sustained action
control devices

C) permit the operation of hazardous functions only in reduced
risk conditions while preventing hazards from each other
downstream,

D) prevent the operation of hazardous functions by voluntary or involuntary
action on the machine's sensors.

If you can not fulfill these four conditions simultaneously must switch
control or operating modes activate other protective measures
which are designed and constructed to ensure a safe working
space.

In addition, the operator must be able to control operation of the parts where the
time adjustment works.

1.2.6. Failure of power supply

Interruption, recovery after an interruption or any change in the power supply to
machinery must not lead to dangerous situations, especially

A) machinery must not start unexpectedly,

B) the parameters of the machinery must not change in an uncontrolled way when
such change may lead to hazardous situations,

C) not be prevented from stopping machinery, unless it has already been issued
command

D) no moving part of the machinery or piece that is
held in the machinery must fall or be ejected,

E) may be prevented automatic or manual stopping
any moving parts,

F) protective devices must remain fully effective or give a command to stop
.

1.3.Ochrana against mechanical hazards

1.3.1. Risk of loss of stability

Machinery and its components and fittings must be sufficiently
without risk of overturning, falling or unexpected movement during

Transportation, assembly, dismantling and any other action involving the machinery
devices.

If the shape of the machinery itself or its intended
installation does not offer sufficient stability, must be in the instructions for use included
indicated and suitable ways of fixing.

1.3.2. Risk of break-up during operation

Various parts of machinery and their linkages must be able to withstand the stresses
which they are subjected during use.

The durability of the materials used must be adequate
working environment foreseen by the manufacturer or his authorized representative
, particularly with regard to
fatigue, aging, corrosion and abrasion.

The instruction manual must indicate the type and frequency of inspections and maintenance
which are required for safety reasons. Alternatively, it must be stated
parts subject to wear and the criteria for replacement.

If despite the measures in a risk of rupture or burst
parts concerned must be mounted, positioned and secured so that
their fragments will be contained, preventing hazardous situations.

Both rigid and flexible pipes for fluid, especially high pressure,
must withstand the anticipated internal and external stresses and must be firmly attached
or protected to avoid any risk of rupture due
.

If the processed material is fed to the tool automatically, it must be
for the protection of persons subject to the following conditions:

A) when the workpiece comes into contact with the tool, the tool must be at
attained its normal working conditions,

B) if the tool starts or stops (intentionally or accidentally
) moves the administration and the tool movement must be coordinated.

1.3.3. Risks due to falling or ejected objects

Precautions must be taken to prevent risks from falling or ejected objects
.

1.3.4. Risks due to surfaces, edges and corners

Accessible parts of the machinery must have, if not their purpose
does not have any sharp edges, sharp angles and no rough surfaces likely to cause injury
.

1.3.5. Risks related to combined machinery

If the machinery is intended to carry out several different operations with
manual removal of the piece between each operation (combined machinery
) must be designed and constructed to allow
use each part separately, without the other elements constituting a danger or
risk for exposed persons.

To this end, they must each part that is not protected
option to start and stop separately.

1.3.6. Risks related to variations in operating conditions

Performs Where the machinery performs operations under different conditions of use
must be designed and constructed in such a way that selection and adjustment of these conditions
be carried out safely and reliably.

1.3.7. Risks related to moving parts

The moving parts of machinery must be designed and constructed
order to prevent risks of contact which could cause
injury, or where risks persist, be fitted with guards
or protective devices.

Must take all necessary measures to prevent accidental blockage of moving
working parts. In cases where, despite the precautions taken
may be blocked, possibly to be
specific protective devices and tools that could be
safely unblocked.

This special protective equipment is listed in the manual and
or even a sign on the machinery together with an indication
way they are used.

1.3.8. Choice of protection against risks arising from moving parts

Guards or protective devices designed to protect against risks
to moving parts must be selected according to the type of risk.
The choice must be applied according to the instructions of points 1.3.8.1 and 1.3.8.2.

1.3.8.1. Moving transmission parts

Guards designed to protect persons against the hazards generated
moving transmission parts must be

A) either fixed guards in accordance with paragraph 1.4.2.1, or

B) movable guards in accordance with paragraph 1.4.2.2.


Interlocking movable guards should be used where frequent access
assumed.

1.3.8.2. Moving parts involved in the process

Guards or protective devices designed to protect persons against
risks associated with moving parts involved in the labor process must be


A) either fixed guards in accordance with paragraph 1.4.2.1, or

B) movable guards in accordance with paragraph 1.4.2.2, or

C) protective equipment according to section 1.4.3 or

D) combinations thereof.

However, when certain moving parts directly involved in
process can not be used during operation owing to operations requiring operator intervention
completely inaccessible, they must be fitted

A) fixed guards or interlocking movable guards
preventing access to those parts that are not used at work and


B) adjustable guards, according to paragraph 1.4.2.3.
restricting access to moving parts where access is necessary.

1.3.9. Risks of uncontrolled movements

After stopping the machine must be stopped, any drift of
stopping position, for whatever reason other than action on the
control devices, or it must be such that it does not present a danger
.

1.4.Požadované characteristics of guards and protective devices

1.4.1. General requirements

Guards and protective devices

A) be of robust construction,

B) must be securely fastened in place,

C) shall not give rise to any additional risk

D) shall be designed so that it is easy to remove or to
become ineffective,

E) must be located within a reasonable distance from the danger zone,

F) minimum obstruction to the view of the production process and

G) enable essential work carried out during installation or
replacement of tools and also for maintenance, if possible, without removal
guards or protective devices, the approach must be strictly limited to
the space where the work.

In addition, guards must, where possible, protect against the ejection or
falling of materials or objects and against emissions generated by the machinery.

1.4.2. Special requirements for guards

1.4.2.1. Fixed guards

Fixed guards must be fixed so that their release or
removal was necessary to use tools.

Their fixing systems must remain attached to the guards or
machinery when the guards are removed.

Where possible, guards must remain in place without
fixings.

1.4.2.2. Removable guards

Interlocking movable guards must

A) remain attached to the machinery in the open position, if possible,

B) be designed and constructed so that they can be adjusted only
intentional act.

Movable guards must be associated with
interlocking device that

A) prevents the start of hazardous machinery functions until
they are closed, and

B) in the case of open issues a command to stop.

If the operator can reach the danger zone at a time when the
risk due to the hazardous machinery functions must be
movable guards locking device in addition
protective cover associated with a locking device which | ||
A) prevents the start of hazardous machinery functions until
guard is closed and locked, and

B) keeps the guard closed until the risk of injury
due to hazardous machinery functions.

Movable guards must be designed in such a way that
absence or failure of one of their components prevents
starting or stops the hazardous machinery functions.

1.4.2.3. Adjustable guards restricting access

Adjustable guards restricting access to those areas of the moving
parts that are strictly necessary for the work must be

A) according to the type of work adjustable manually or automatically, and

B) readily adjustable without the use of tools.


1.4.3. Special requirements for protective devices

Protective devices must be designed and incorporated into the control system
so

A) moving parts can not start if they are in range
operator

B) persons can not reach moving parts once they have started
and

C) the absence or failure of one of their components prevents starting or stops
moving parts.

Protective devices must be adjustable only by an intentional act.

05.01 Risks associated with other hazards

1.5.1. Supply of electricity

Machinery has an electricity supply it must be designed, constructed and equipped
so as to exclude or to be
avoid all dangers caused by electricity. In relation to those
danger for machinery used
safety requirements specified in Government Regulation laying down technical requirements for
low voltage electrical equipment ^ 8). Conformity assessment and marketing
machinery on the market or put into service due to the danger of an electrical
are governed solely by this Regulation.

1.5.2. Static electricity

Machinery must be designed and constructed to prevent
or limit the build up of potentially dangerous electrostatic charges
or be fitted with a discharging system.

1.5.3. Energy supply other than electricity

When machinery is powered by source of energy other than electricity,
must be designed, constructed and equipped so as to avoid
all potential risks associated with such sources of energy.

1.5.4. Faulty installation

Errors that might arise when fitting or refitting certain
parts which could be a source of risk must be avoided
design and construction of such parts or, failing this, by information given on
these parts or their housings. Je- to avoid a risk
need to know the direction of movement of the moving parts, this information must be
also listed on the parts or their housings.

For more information on these risks or be given in the instructions
use.

If you can be a source of risk, incorrect connections, to avoid incorrect connection
design or, if this is not possible,
information given on the elements to be connected and, where appropriate, on the means of connection
.

1.5.5. Extreme temperatures

Must take measures to eliminate any risk of injury
caused by contact with or proximity to machinery parts or
materials at high or very low temperatures.

Must also be taken to avoid the risk of ejection of hot or very cold
material or measures to protect against this
risk.

1.5.6. fire

Machinery must be designed and constructed to prevent
any risk of fire or overheating posed by the machinery itself
or gases, liquids, dust, vapors or other
substances produced or used by the machinery device.

1.5.7. The blast

Machinery must be designed and constructed to prevent
any risk of explosion posed by the machinery itself or
gases, liquids, dust, vapors or other substances produced or used
machinery.

Machinery must comply with the provisions of special legal regulations
^ 9) regarding the risk of explosion due to its use in
explosive environment.

1.5.8. noise

Machinery must be designed and constructed so that
risks resulting from the emission of airborne noise are reduced to the lowest level
, taking account of technical progress and the availability
means of reducing noise, in particular at source.

Level of noise emission may be assessed with reference to comparative data on emissions
for similar machinery.

1.5.9. vibration

Machinery must be designed and constructed so that risks resulting from vibrations
machinery are reduced to the lowest level
taking account of technical progress and the availability of means of reducing vibration
, especially in resources.


Vibration level may be assessed with reference to comparative data on
vibration data for similar machinery.

01/05/10. radiation

Undesirable radiation emissions from the machinery must be
eliminated or reduced to a level that has persons
adverse effects.

Functional ionizing radiation emissions must be reduced to the lowest
level which is sufficient for the proper functioning of the machinery
during setting, operation and cleaning. If there is a risk, it is necessary
take the necessary protective measures.

Functional non-ionizing radiation emissions during setting, operation and cleaning
must be reduced to levels that do not have adverse effects on persons
.

01/05/11. External radiation

Machinery must be designed and constructed so that the outer
radiation does not interfere with its operation.

01.05.12. Laser radiation

When using laser equipment is necessary to take into account the following measures:

A) the laser equipment on machinery must be designed and
constructed to prevent any accidental radiation

A) laser equipment on machinery must be protected so that
radiation, radiation produced by reflection or diffusion and secondary radiation do not
health

B) optical equipment for the observation or adjustment of laser equipment
machinery must be such that there is no risk
health damage caused by laser radiation.

1.5.13 Emission of hazardous materials and substances

Machinery must be designed and constructed so as to avoid
risk of inhalation and ingestion of hazardous materials and substances produced
machinery, contact with skin, eyes and mucous membranes and penetration
these materials and substances skin.

If a hazard exists, the machinery must be equipped
so that they can be hazardous materials and substances contained,
evacuated, precipitated by water spraying, filtered or treated by another equally effective method
.

Unless machinery during normal operation totally enclosed, must be
devices for containment or evacuation positioned so that it
greatest impact.

01.05.14. Risk of being trapped in a machine

Machinery must be designed, constructed or equipped
means of preventing an exposed person from being enclosed
or if this is not possible, there must be a means of summoning help
.

01.05.15. Risk of slipping, tripping or falling

Parts of the machinery where persons are liable to move about or stand
must be designed and constructed to prevent persons
slipping, tripping or falling on those parts or from them.

These parts must if necessary be fitted with handholds that are fixed
with respect to users and enabling him to keep his balance.

01/05/16. Lightning strike

Machinery in need of protection against lightning strikes
must be fitted with a system for conducting the resultant electrical charge to earth
.

01.06 Maintenance

1.6.1. Machinery maintenance

Adjustment and maintenance points must be located outside danger
spaces. It must be possible to carry out adjustment, maintenance, repair, cleaning and servicing
machinery at a standstill.

If he can not be satisfied for technical reasons one or more of the above
those conditions must be taken to ensure the implementation of these operations
safely (see section 1.2.5).

Case of automated machinery and, where necessary, other machinery
equipment must be available for the diagnostic equipment
device for troubleshooting.

Automated machinery components that need to be changed frequently must be
easily and safely removed and replaced. These components must
such access in order to perform these tasks with the necessary technical means
according to established operating procedures.

1.6.2. Access to operating positions and servicing points

Machinery must be designed and constructed so that it is possible
safe access to all areas where intervention is necessary during
operation, adjustment and maintenance of the machinery.

1.6.3. Isolation of energy sources


Machinery must be fitted with means to isolate it from all energy sources
. Such devices must be clearly identified.
Must be locked if reconnection could endanger persons.
Isolator must be locked also where, unless
operator is unable, from any place, to which he has access, to check whether
energy supply is still cut off.

Case of machinery supplied with electricity through a plug
plug is sufficient, provided that the operator can check from any place
which he has access, to check that the plug remains removed.

After disconnecting the power supply must be possible without risk to persons
dissipate energy remaining or stored in the circuits of the machinery
devices.

Exception to the above requirements, certain circuits may
remain connected to their energy sources in order
example, to hold parts in place to protect information, light interiors, etc.
spaces. In this case, need to take special precautions to ensure the safety of the operator
.

1.6.4. Operator intervention

Machinery must be designed, constructed and equipped so that
the need for operator intervention is limited. If operator intervention can not
avoided, it must be possible to carry it out easily and safely.

1.6.5. Cleaning the inside of

Machinery must be designed and constructed so that it is possible
clean internal parts which have contained dangerous substances or preparations
without entering them;
any necessary unblocking must also be possible from the outside. If you can not avoid entering the
machinery must be designed and constructed so that cleaning
safe.

07.01 information

1.7.1. Information and warnings on the machinery

Information and warnings on the machinery should preferably be
given in the form of readily understandable symbols or pictograms.
Written or verbal information and warnings must be in the official language or languages ​​
EU member states, which may be determined in accordance with the Treaty
Member State in which the machines be shown on the device
market or put into service, and at the request may be accompanied
versions in another language or languages ​​of the Member States of the European Union, which means
operation.

1.7.1.1. Information and information devices

Information needed to control machinery must be unambiguous and easily understood
. Must be reasonable, overloading the operator.

Display units or any other interactive means of communication between
operator and the machine must be easily understandable and usable.

1.7.1.2. Warning devices

If you could be endangering the health and safety of persons fault
machinery equipment operating unattended machinery must be fitted with devices
appropriate acoustic or light signal.

Where machinery is equipped with warning devices, these must be
unambiguous and easily perceived. The operator must have facilities to enable
any time to check the operation of such warning devices.

Must also meet the requirements of special legislation ^ 10)
concerning colors and safety signals.

1.7.2. Warning of the dangers

Where risks remain despite all the measures adopted for ensuring
safe design measures, safeguarding and complementary
protective measures are necessary to ensure the necessary warnings, including warning devices
.

1.7.3. Marking of machinery

Machinery must be visibly, legibly and indelibly marked
least the following information:

A) trade name and full address of the manufacturer or his authorized representative
,

B) the designation of the machinery

C) the CE marking in accordance with § 8

D) designation of series or type

E) serial number, if any,

F) year of production, ie. The year in which the manufacturing process.

When affixing the CE marking is prohibited backdate or postdate
year of production machinery.

If the machinery designed and constructed for use in environments
potentially explosive atmosphere must be marked accordingly.

Machinery must also bear full information on its

Type and essential for safe use.
These information are subject to the requirements of point 1.7.1.

If a machine part must be handled during use with lifting equipment
must be indicated legibly, indelibly and unambiguously
her weight.

1.7.4. Instructions for use

All machinery must be accompanied by instructions for use
official language or languages ​​of the Member States of the European Union, where
it is placed on the market or put into service.

Instructions for use accompanying the machinery must be either "Original
instruction manual" or a "Translation of the original instructions for use", while
the translation must be accompanied by the original instructions.

In exceptional cases, the maintenance instructions intended for use by specialized personnel
used by the manufacturer or his authorized representative
drawn up only in one of the languages ​​of the Member States of the European Union, which means that
staff.

The user manual must be drafted in accordance with the following principles.

1.7.4.1. General principles for the drafting of instructions for use

A) Instructions for use must be drafted in one or more official languages ​​
EU Member States. On the language version
verified by the manufacturer or his authorized representative shall indicate
words "original instructions for use."

B) If the official language or languages ​​of the country in which the machine has
use the device, there is no "original instructions for use ', you must
translation into that language or languages ​​to ensure the manufacturer or his authorized
representative or the person bringing the machinery into the language
area. The translations must bear the words "Translation of the original instructions for use
".

C) The contents of the instructions for use must include not only the intended use
machinery but also take into account any reasonably foreseeable misuse
.

D) If the machinery is intended for use by non
operators, the wording and layout of the instructions for use to take into account
level of general education and acumen that can reasonably be expected from such operators
.

1.7.4.2. Contents of the instructions for use

Each instruction manual must contain, if possible, at least the following information:

A) details of the manufacturer or the authorized representative - for individuals
name and surname or business name and permanent residence or address
residence or place of business of the legal entity name or business name and its
headquarters or organizational unit

B) the designation of the machinery, as indicated on the device itself
except the serial number (see 1.7.3.)

C) the EC declaration of conformity, or a document setting out the contents
EC declaration of conformity, showing the particulars of the machinery, which is not necessarily
including the serial number and signature

D) a general description of the machinery,

E) the drawings, diagrams, descriptions and explanations necessary for the use
maintenance and repair of the machinery and for checking its correct functioning
,

F) a description of the service to be occupied,

G) description of the intended use of the machinery

H) warnings concerning the use of impermissible methods that may
according to experience occur

I) assembly, installation and connection instructions, including drawings, diagrams and
means of attachment and the designation of sites for attaching machinery to
chassis or device

J) instructions relating to installation and assembly for reducing noise or vibration,

K) instructions for the putting into service and use of the machinery and
if necessary, instructions for the training of operators,

L) information about the residual risks that remain despite the
measures for ensuring safe design
security measures and complementary protective measures

M) instructions on the protective measures to be taken
user, possibly including personal protective equipment, which must be
provided

N) the essential characteristics of tools which may be fitted
machinery,

O) the conditions in which the machinery meets the requirement of stability
during use, transportation, assembly, dismantling when out of service,
testing or foreseeable breakdowns,


P) guidelines to ensure safe transport, handling and storage
giving the mass of the machinery and its various parts where
these are regularly to be transported separately,

Q) the procedure to be followed in the event of accident or breakdown;
if a deadlock may occur, the procedure to be followed for the safe
unlocking device

R) description of the adjustment and maintenance by the user, and
preventive maintenance measures that should be followed

S) instructions for safe implementation of the adjustment and maintenance, including
protective measures that should be taken during these operations,

T) the specifications of the spare parts to be used, when these
affect the health and safety of the operator

U) the following information on emissions of airborne noise:

- Sound pressure level at workstations, where this exceeds
70 dB (A); if the value does not exceed 70 dB (A), this must be stated
fact,

- Instantaneous peak sound pressure value at C
service stations, where this exceeds 63 Pa (130 dB in relation to 20 ìPa)

- Weighted sound power level emitted by the machinery
where the sound pressure level exceeds at sites
workstations exceeds 80 dB (A).

These values ​​must be either those actually measured for the machinery
or those established on the basis of measurements
technically comparable machinery representing
mechanical devices to be produced.

In the case of very large machinery, instead of the sound
performance and can indicate the sound pressure levels at specified
positions around the machinery.

If not applied harmonized standards, the levels
sound pressure measured by the methods most appropriate for the machinery
devices. If the sound emission values, it should be noted for those
value measurement uncertainty. They must be described
operating conditions of the machinery during measurement and the measuring methods used.

Unless designed operator station or if it is not possible to determine
measured sound levels at a distance of 1 m from the surface
machinery and equipment at a height of 1.6 meters from the floor or access platform.
Must be specified position and value of the maximum sound pressure.

Where special laws 11) The requirement to measure
sound pressure levels or sound power, it is necessary to use these
regulations and the relevant provisions of this section shall not apply;

V) where machinery is likely to emit non-ionizing radiation, which can damage
persons, in particular persons with active or inactive
implantable medical devices, information concerning the radiation emitted is
operator and exposed persons.

1.7.4.3. Sales literature

Sales literature describing the machinery must not be in conflict with
instructions for use when it comes to health and safety aspects.
Sales literature describing the performance characteristics of machinery must
contain the same information on emissions as is contained in the instructions for use.

Second ESSENTIAL HEALTH AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTAIN CATEGORIES OF MACHINERY


Foodstuffs machinery, machinery for cosmetics or
pharmaceutical products, hand-held or hand-guided machinery,
portable fixing and other impact machinery, machinery for
working wood and materials with similar physical characteristics
and machinery for pesticide application must comply pursuant to section 4
Guidelines all the essential health and safety
described in this chapter.

2.1.Potravinářská machinery and machinery for cosmetics or pharmaceutical products


2.1.1. generally

Machinery intended for use with foodstuffs, cosmetics and
pharmaceutical products must be designed and constructed so that
avoid any risk of infection, illness or disease.

Shall be subject to the following requirements:

A) materials in contact with foodstuffs or cosmetics or pharmaceutical products
or for which it is assumed that with them
come into contact must meet the conditions set out in the relevant specific legislation
12 ). The machinery must be designed

And constructed so that these materials can be before each use
cleaned; if this is not possible, it is necessary to use disposable components

B) all surfaces in contact with foodstuffs or cosmetics
or pharmaceutical products, other than surfaces of disposable
parts, must

- Be smooth and have neither ridges nor crevices which could harbor organic materials
; the same applies to joints

- Designed and constructed so as to minimize protrusions
edges and recesses

- If necessary, easily cleaned and disinfected after removing
easily dismantled parts; the inside surfaces must have curves with a radius
to allow thorough cleaning

C) liquids, gases and aerosols deriving from foodstuffs, cosmetics or pharmaceutical products
well as cleaning, disinfecting and rinsing fluids
must be completely discharged from the machinery (if possible, in a position
"cleaning")

D) machinery must be designed and constructed so as to prevent the penetration
any substances or living organisms, particularly insects
or organic matter accumulating in areas that can not
clean

E) machinery must be designed and constructed so that no
excipients which are hazardous to health, including the lubricants used,
can come into contact with foodstuffs, cosmetics or pharmaceutical products
. Where necessary, machinery must be
designed and constructed so that it is possible to control the permanent
compliance with this requirement.

2.1.2. Instructions for use

Operating instructions for foodstuffs machinery and machinery
device for use with cosmetics or pharmaceutical products must contain
recommended products and methods for cleaning, disinfecting and rinsing
not only for easily accessible areas but also for areas to
which access is impossible or inadvisable.

02.02 Portable hand-held or hand-guided machinery

2.2.1. generally

Portable hand-held or hand-guided machinery

A) must have a type of machinery
supporting surface of sufficient size and sufficient number of appropriately sized handles and supports
arranged to ensure the stability of the machinery under
anticipated operating conditions

B) if it can not guarantee full safety release holding the handle
machinery must be equipped with a manual control device for starting and stopping
arranged so that the operator can operate them without releasing the handles
except where it is technically not possible,
or if there is an independent control device,

C) present no risks of accidental launch or continuation
operation after the operator releases the hold of the handle. Or, if this requirement
technically feasible, it is necessary to adopt alternative measures

D) if necessary, allow a visual inspection of the danger zone
and the tool with the material being processed.

Handles of portable machinery must be designed and constructed
so that the machinery can be easily start and stop.

2.2.1.1. Instructions for use

The user manual must contain the following information concerning vibrations transmitted
hand-held and hand-guided machinery

A) the total value of the hand-transmitted vibration, if it exceeds 2.5
m / s2. If this value does not exceed 2.5 m / s2, this must be mentioned,

B) the uncertainty of measurement.

These values ​​must be either those actually measured for the machinery
or those established on the basis of measurements
technically comparable machinery representing
mechanical devices to be produced.

If there are no harmonized standards are applied, must be
vibration data measured by prescription for measurement, which is for the machinery
best.

Must indicate the operating conditions during measurement and the measuring methods used
or reference to the harmonized standard.

2.2.2. Portable fixing and other impact machinery

2.2.2.1. generally

Portable fixing and other impact machinery must be designed and constructed
so

A) energy is transmitted to the impacted through

Intermediary component that remains in the device

B) an enabling device prevents impact unless when
mechanical device positioned correctly with adequate pressure,

C) prevent inadvertent actuation; if necessary, must be required to trigger an impact
necessary, an appropriate sequence of actions on the device

D) accidental triggering is prevented during handling or in case
impact

E) can be easily and safely perform the activities of loading and unloading
.

If necessary, it must be possible to equip the facility guards
against fragments that must be provided by the manufacturer of the machinery.

2.2.2.2. Instructions for use

The user manual must contain the necessary information about

A) the accessories and interchangeable equipment that can be used with
machinery,

B) suitable fixing or other parts, which impacted,
for use with machinery or

C) suitable cartridges to use.

03.02 Machinery for working wood and materials with similar physical characteristics


Machinery for working wood and materials with similar
physical characteristics must meet the following requirements:

A) Machinery must be designed, constructed or equipped so that it can be
piece is safely placed and guided;
Holds if the piece is hand on a desk, it must be
during the work and not sufficiently stable movement of the piece,

B) where the machinery is used in conditions where there
risk of ejection of workpieces or parts thereof must be designed, constructed and equipped
so as to prevent such ejection, or,
if this is not preventing ejection does not engender the operator or endangered
person

C) where there is a risk of contact with the tool whilst it runs must be
machinery is equipped with an automatic brake that stops the tool in a sufficiently short time
,

D) where the tool is part of the machine that is not fully automated,
it must be designed and constructed so as to eliminate or reduce
risk of accidental injury.

04.02 Machinery for pesticide application

2.4.1. definition

Machinery for pesticide application means machinery
specially designed for the application of plant protection products within the meaning of Article.
2. 1 Regulation of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1107/2009 of the || | placing of plant protection products on the market.

2.4.2. generally

Manufacturer of machinery for pesticide application or his authorized representative
is responsible for ensuring that the risk assessment
unintended exposure of the environment to pesticides, in accordance with the procedure
assessment and risk reduction, which is set out in a general principle | || no. 1st

Machinery for pesticide application must be designed and constructed
taking into account the results of the risk assessment referred to in the first paragraph
so that it can be operated, adjusted and maintained
without unintended exposure of the environment pesticides.

Must be prevented leakage of pesticides.

2.4.3. Control and monitoring

It must be possible to easily and accurately control, monitor and immediately stop
pesticide application from the operating positions.

2.4.4. Filling and emptying

Machinery must be designed and constructed to facilitate precise filling
necessary quantity of pesticide and ensure easy and complete emptying
and preventing spillage of pesticide and avoiding the contamination
water source during these operations.

2.4.5. Application of pesticides

2.4.5.1. Application rate

Machinery must be equipped with means for easy, accurate and reliable
adjusting the application rate.

2.4.5.2. Distribution, deposition and drift of pesticide

Machinery must be designed and constructed to ensure
pesticide is deposited on target areas and to minimize losses to non-target
areas and to prevent drift of pesticide to the environment
environment. Alternatively, it must ensure even distribution and homogeneous deposition of pesticide
.

2.4.5.3. tests

In order to verify that the relevant parts of machinery comply
requirements set out in paragraphs 2.4.5.1. and 2.4.5.2., the manufacturer or

His authorized representative for each type of machinery
, perform appropriate tests or have such tests performed.

2.4.5.4. Losses during stoppage

Machinery must be designed and constructed to prevent losses while
stop the pesticide application function.

2.4.6. Maintenance

2.4.6.1. cleaning

Machinery must be designed and constructed so that they can
easy and thorough cleaning without environmental
dirty.

2.4.6.2. service

Machinery must be designed and constructed so that it can be easily
replace worn parts without environmental
dirty.

2.4.7. checks

It must be possible to easily connect the necessary measuring machinery
instruments in order to verify its correct functioning.

2.4.8. Marking of nozzles, strainers and filters

Nozzles, strainers and filters must be marked so that it can be unambiguously
determine their type and size.

2.4.9. Indication of pesticide

If necessary, machinery must be fitted with a specific
frame in which the operator places the name of the pesticide.

2 April 10. Instructions for use

The user manual must contain the following information:

A) precautions to be taken during mixing, loading, application,
emptying, cleaning, servicing and transport operations to avoid contamination
environmental

B) detailed conditions of use for the different
expected operational environment, including the corresponding preparation and adjustments that are necessary to ensure
pesticide is deposited on target areas at greatest
minimizing losses to non-target areas, to prevent drift to the environment and
eventually ensure an even distribution and homogeneous deposition
pesticides

C) the range of types and sizes of nozzles, strainers and filters that can be used with the machinery
,

D) the frequency of checks and the criteria and procedure for the replacement of parts subject to wear
that affect the proper functioning of the machinery, such
nozzles, strainers and filters

E) specification of calibration, daily maintenance, winter preparation and other
checks necessary to ensure the proper functioning of the machinery
device

F) types of pesticides that may cause incorrect functioning of the machinery
device

G) an indication that the operator is obliged to update the name used
pesticide on the specific mounting referred to in point 2.4.9.,

H) access and use of any special equipment or accessories and
necessary measures to be taken

I) an indication that the machinery may be subject to national
requirements for regular inspection by designated bodies ^ 13)

J) the features of the machinery which must be checked at
to ensure its correct functioning,

K) instructions for connecting the necessary measuring instruments.

Third ESSENTIAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
TO OFFSET HAZARDS DUE TO THE MOBILITY OF MACHINERY

Machinery presenting hazards due to its mobility
must meet all the essential health and safety
described in this chapter (see General Principles, point 4).

03.01 generally

3.1.1. definition

A) Machinery presenting hazards due to its mobility means


- Machinery whose operation requires either mobility while working, or continuous or
continuous movement between fixed line or


- Machinery operated without being moved, but equipped to
moved more easily from one place to another.

B) driver means an operator responsible for the movement of machinery
devices. The driver may be transported by the machinery may
accompanying the machinery on foot, or may guide the machinery by remote control
.

03.02 Jobs

3.2.1. Instead of driving

The view from the driving position must be such that the driver can, in complete
safety for himself and the exposed persons, operate the machinery and
its tools in their intended conditions of use. if it is

Necessary, must be provided appropriate means to eliminate
hazards due to inadequate direct vision.

Machinery on which the driver is transported must be designed and constructed
so that the driver no risk to the driver
inadvertent contact with the wheels or tracks.

If sufficient space and this does not at increased risk,
driving position must be on a machine designed and constructed so that
fitted with a cab. The cab must incorporate a place for the instructions needed for the driver
.

3.2.2. seat

If there is a risk that operators or other persons transported by the machinery
device could be a tipping machinery crushed to earth
machinery parts, especially
machinery equipped with a protective structure referred to in point 3.4. 3 or 3.4.4, their seats
must be designed or equipped with a restraint system to keep the persons
place without restricting movements necessary for operations or movements
caused by the suspension. Such restraint systems should not be
fitted if they increase the risk.

3.2.3. Positions for other persons

If the conditions of use that
than the driver may occasionally or regularly transported by the machinery or other persons
work on it must be reserved for them
suitable sites which allow their transportation or work without risk.

The second and third paragraphs of section 3.2.1 also apply to the places for
persons other than the driver.

03.03 Control systems

If necessary, steps must be taken to prevent
unauthorized use of controls.

In the case of remote controls must be clearly indicated, each control
machinery that controls it.

Remote control system must be designed and constructed so as to affect only


A) appropriate machinery

B) the relevant function.

Remote-controlled machinery must be designed and constructed
to respond only to signals from the intended control.

3.3.1. Control devices

Driver must be able to operate from the driver
all control devices required to operate the machinery, except for functions
which can be safely actuated only by using control devices
located elsewhere. These functions include mainly functions as
which correspond to other operators or for which the driver must
leave his position to control them safely.

If the pedals must be designed, constructed and installed
so as to allow safe operation by the driver with the minimum risk
malfunction. They must have a slip-resistant surface and be easy to clean
.

Where their operation can lead to hazards, particularly
dangerous movements, the machinery's controls, with the exception
control with preset positions, must return immediately after
released by the operator to the neutral position.

For wheeled machinery, the steering system must be designed and constructed
so as to reduce the impact of the guide wheels on the steering wheel or steering lever
.

Locks the differential must be so designed and arranged that it is possible to release
differential even if the machinery is moving.

Sixth paragraph 1.2.2. a sound or visual warning signals, applies only
reversing.

3.3.2. Starting / movement

Driving self-propelled machinery with a ride-on driver must be possible
only if the driver is at the controls.

If the machinery must be equipped with operational reasons
which exceed its normal clearance
(eg stabilizers, jib, etc.), The driver must be available
resources that allow before placing machinery
device to move easily check whether it is in a particular position which allows safe movement
.

This also applies to all other parts that must be safe
movement in particular positions, locked if necessary.

Shall arise if other risks must be movement of the machinery
depends on the location of the aforementioned parts to a safe position.

When starting the engine must be movement of the machinery.

3.3.3. taxiing


Self-propelled machinery and its trailers must meet
requirements for slowing down, stopping, braking and immobilisation so
ensure safety under all operating conditions,
load, speed, ground and gradient including requirements rules
traffic comes if applicable.

The driver must be able to slow down and stop self-propelled machinery
main device. If required by safety must be
in the event of failure of the main device, or in the absence
energy supply needed to actuate the main device for
available to slow and stop emergency device with fully independent and
easily accessible controls.

If required safety must be provided to render stationary machinery
a stoppage parking device.
The parking brake system may be associated with one of the devices
mentioned in the second paragraph, provided that it is purely mechanical
.

Remote-controlled machinery must be equipped with devices for
the machinery automatically and immediately stop and prevent
potentially dangerous operation in the following situations:

A) loses if the driver control

B) if it receives a signal to stop,

C) if a fault is detected in the system, safety-related

D) If not within the specified time interval recorded
confirmation signal.

The traveling function point 1.2.4 apply.

3.3.4. The movement of machinery pedestrian-controlled

Self-propelled machinery Movement of pedestrian-controlled
can be possible only through sustained action of the driver on the relevant control.
Particular it should not be possible for movement to occur when starting the engine.

Control systems for machinery pedestrian-controlled
must be designed to minimize the risks arising
inadvertent movement of the machine towards the driver, in particular

A) crushing / overrunning,

B) injury from rotating tools.

Speed ​​of travel of the machine must also be adapted to walking speed
driver on foot.

In the case of machinery which can be mounted rotary tool,
not be possible tool set in motion, it is on the reverse, with
except where movement of the machinery results from movement | || instrument. In this case, the reversing speed such that
endanger the driver.

3.3.5. Control circuit failure

If assisted steering, power supply failures should not prevent
control machinery during the time required to stop it.

04.03 Protection against mechanical hazards

3.4.1. Uncontrolled movements

Machinery must be designed, constructed and where appropriate placed on its mobile support
so that when moved the uncontrolled oscillations
center of gravity do not affect its stability or exert excessive strain on its
structure.

3.4.2. Moving transmission parts

Notwithstanding paragraph 1.3.8.1 need not be the case
engines removable guards preventing access to the moving parts in the engine compartment
equipped with a locking device, if it is opened using either of
tools, keys, control device located on the site
driver when the control is in a fully enclosed cab with
lock to prevent unauthorized access.

3.4.3. Overturning a flipping

As in the case of self-propelled machinery with a ride
possibly ride operator or other person
risk of rollover or rollover, the machinery must be fitted with an appropriate
protective structure, unless this increases the risk.

This structure must be in the event of a rollover or flip guarantee
ride-on person adequate deflection
structure.

To verify that the structure complies with the requirements laid down in the second
paragraph, the manufacturer or his authorized representative for each type of structure
perform or have performed the appropriate tests.

3.4.4. Falling objects

If there among self-propelled machinery with a ride

Driver, operator or other person falling objects or
falling material, the machinery must be designed and constructed
so that such risk is taken into consideration, and, where permitted dimensions must
It is fitted with an appropriate protective structure.

This structure must be in the event of falling objects or material, guarantees the ride
parties an adequate space limiting
deflection.

To verify that the structure complies with the requirements laid down in the second
paragraph, the manufacturer or his authorized representative for each type of structure
perform or have performed the appropriate tests.

3.4.5. Access to the job

Handles and steps must be designed, constructed and arranged
that the operators use them instinctively and do to facilitate
access control devices.

3.4.6. Towing hitches

All machinery used to tow or towed
machinery must be fitted with towing or coupling devices designed, constructed and arranged
so as to ensure easy and safe
connection and disconnection and to prevent accidental disconnection during
use.

If the towbar load requires, such machinery must be equipped
support with a bearing surface suited to the load and the ground.

3.4.7. Transmission of power between self-propelled machinery (or
tractor) and recipient machinery

Removable mechanical transmission devices placed between
self-propelled machinery (or tractor) to the first fixed bearing
driven machinery must be designed and constructed so that all
parts that move during use were protected over its entire length.

On the other self-propelled machinery (or tractor) must be
PTO shaft to which is attached a removable mechanical transmission device
, protected by a screen fixed to the self
machinery (or tractor) or other device
providing equivalent protection.

To access the removable mechanical transmission device must be
possible to open this guard. If the shaft is mounted, there must be sufficient space
the drive shaft damaging the guard when
machinery (or tractor) is moving.

On the towed machinery side, the input shaft must be enclosed
in a protective casing fixed to the machinery.

Torque limiters or freewheels may be fitted to the driveshaft
only on the side of the driven machine.
Removable mechanical transmission device must be marked accordingly.

All towed machinery whose operation requires connection with
self-propelled machinery or a tractor
removable mechanical transmission device must have a system for attaching
that when you disconnect machinery
not damaged removable mechanical transmission devices and even his guard
contact with the ground or part of the machinery.

Outside parts of the guard must be designed, constructed and
arranged so that they can not turn with the removable mechanical transmission device
. For simple universal joints must
protective cover to protect the transmission to the ends of the inner jaws and wide
universal joints and at least to the center of the outer joint or joints.

If means of access to working positions near
removable mechanical transmission device must be designed and constructed
so that the shaft guards can not be used as footrests
if not for that purpose designed and constructed.

3.5.Ochrana against other hazards

3.5.1. battery

The battery housing must be designed and constructed so as to limit as much as possible
electrolyte being ejected on to the operator in the event of rollover
and to avoid the accumulation of vapors at workstations.

Machinery must be designed and constructed so that it can be
battery disconnected easily accessible device provided for that purpose.

3.5.2. fire

Depending on the hazards anticipated by the manufacturer, machinery must, if
its size permits


A) either allow easily accessible fire extinguishers or

B) be equipped with built-in extinguisher systems.

3.5.3. Emissions of hazardous substances

The second and third paragraphs of section 1.5.13. shall not apply where the main function
spraying machinery. However, the operator must be protected against
risk of exposure to such hazardous emissions.

06.03 Information and indications

3.6.1. Signs, signals and warnings

Wherever necessary to ensure the health and safety of persons must be
All machinery signs or labels with instructions
concerning use, adjustment and maintenance. They must be chosen,
designed and constructed so as to be clearly visible and indelible
.

Without prejudice to the provisions of road traffic regulations must be
machinery with a ride-equipped

A) an acoustic warning device to alert persons

B) a system of light signals relevant to the conditions envisaged
use; This requirement does not apply to machinery without electrical power
intended solely for underground working,

C) if necessary, appropriate connection between a trailer and the machinery
for the operation of signals.

Remote-controlled machinery which, under the conditions envisaged
use exposes persons to the hazards of impact or crushing / overrunning must
be fitted with appropriate means to signal its movements or
means to protect persons against such risks.
The same applies to machinery which is constantly at work alternately move after
aligned fore and aft, where the driver has a clear view to the rear of the machine
.

Machinery must be so constructed that the warning and signaling devices
not be disabled unintentionally.
If this is essential for safety, such devices must be equipped
means to check that they are in good working order and their failure must be
operator.

Where the movement of machinery or its tools is particularly hazardous, must be
machinery signs warn against approaching the machinery while it is in operation
; the signs must be legible at a sufficient distance to
ensure the safety of persons who are nearby.

3.6.2. marking

On all machinery must be legibly and indelibly
following information:

A) nominal power expressed in kilowatts (kW)

B) the mass of the most usual configuration, in kilograms (kg)
Or
:

C) the maximum tensile strength of the coupling hook, in Newtons (N)

D) the maximum vertical load on the coupling hook, in Newtons (N).

3.6.3. Instructions for use

3.6.3.1. vibration

The instruction manual must contain the following information concerning vibrations transmitted
machinery to the hands or the entire body:

A) the total value of the hand-transmitted vibration, if it exceeds 2.5
m / s2. If this value does not exceed 2.5 m / s2, this must be mentioned,

B) the highest weighted effective acceleration
vibration transmitted to the whole body, if it exceeds 0,5 m / s2. If this value does not exceed
0,5 m / s2, this must be mentioned,

C) the uncertainty of measurement.

These values ​​must be either those actually measured for the machinery
or those established on the basis of measurements
technically comparable machinery representing
mechanical devices to be produced.

If there are no harmonized standards are applied, must be
vibration data measured by prescription for measurement, which is for the machinery
best.

Must be described operating conditions during measurement and the measurement
regulations.

3.6.3.2. Multipurpose use

Operating instructions for machinery allowing several uses
depending on the equipment and the instruction manual for the removable
equipment must contain the information necessary for safe
installation and use of the basic machinery and the interchangeable || | equipment that can be fitted.

Fourth ESSENTIAL HEALTH AND SAFETY TO OFFSET HAZARDS DUE TO LIFTING


Machinery presenting hazards due to lifting operations must be in accordance with Section 4
Guidelines meet all the basic requirements for protection

Health and safety requirements described in this chapter

04.01 generally

4.1.1. definition

For the purposes of this Annex means

A) lifting movement of unit loads consisting of goods or persons requiring
at the time the change in level,

B) guided Bremen, where the total movement is made along rigid or flexible
guides whose position is determined by fixed points.

C) safety factor arithmetic ratio between the load
guaranteed by the manufacturer or his authorized representative, which is part
able to hold it and the maximum working load marked on
components.

D) test coefficient arithmetic ratio between the load used to
static or dynamic tests on lifting machinery or
lifting accessory and the maximum working load
marked on the lifting machinery or lifting accessory.

E) static test test during which lifting machinery
or lifting accessory is first inspected and subjected to a force
corresponding to the maximum working load multiplied by the appropriate test
static test coefficient and after load release is || | re-examined to determine whether there has been damage.

F) the dynamic test test during which lifting machinery
subject to the maximum working load multiplied by the appropriate
dynamic test coefficient test all possible configurations
while the dynamic behavior of the machinery in order to | || verify correct functioning.

G) supporting part of the machinery on which persons or
costs that have to be lifted.

4.1.2. Protection against mechanical hazards

4.1.2.1. Risks resulting from insufficient stability

Machinery must be designed and constructed so that
stability required in 1.3.1 is maintained both in service and out
operation, including all stages of transportation, assembly and dismantling, during foreseeable
component failures and also during the tests carried
according to instructions. To this end, the manufacturer or his authorized representative
use the appropriate verification methods.

4.1.2.2. Machinery running / moving on guide rails and rail tracks


Machinery must be fitted with a device to prevent
derailment of the guide rails or tracks. If despite a
derailment or if a failure of a rail or of a running component, must be
available devices which prevent the equipment, component or
load or the machinery from overturning.

4.1.2.3. Mechanical strength

Machinery, lifting accessories and their components must
withstand the stresses to which they are subjected, both in terms
and possibly also out of service, and when installed, and in all relevant configurations
, possibly taking into account the effects
atmospheric factors and forces exerted by persons. This requirement must be
also be satisfied during transport, assembly and dismantling.

Machinery and lifting accessories must be designed and constructed
so as to prevent failure from fatigue or wear
, taking account of their intended use
.

Materials used must be chosen on the basis of expected
working environment with special reference to corrosion, abrasion, impacts, extreme
temperatures, fatigue, brittleness and aging.

Machinery and lifting accessories must be designed and constructed
so that the static tests withstand the overload
without permanent deformation or patent defect. The calculation must take account of the value
static test coefficient chosen to guarantee an adequate level of safety
; That coefficient has, as a rule, these values ​​
:

A) manually-operated machinery and lifting accessories: 1.5

B) other machinery: 1.25.

Machinery must be designed and constructed so that no breach
dynamic tests carried out using the maximum working load
multiplied by the dynamic test coefficient. The coefficient of dynamic
test is chosen so as to guarantee an adequate level of safety:

Coefficient value is usually equal to 1.1. These tests are usually
performed at the nominal speeds. Should the control circuit of the machinery allow
number of simultaneous movements, the tests must be
out under the least favorable conditions, as a rule, by combining the movements
.

4.1.2.4. Pulleys, drums, wheels, ropes and chains

Diameters of pulleys, drums and wheels must match the size of the ropes or chains
for which they are intended.

Drums and wheels must be designed, constructed and installed so that
ropes or chains with which they are equipped can be wound without coming off.

Ropes used directly for lifting or supporting the load must be involved
only at the ends. Splicings are, however, tolerated in installations whose
design to be modified regularly according to needs of use.

Factor ropes and their endings must be chosen so that
guarantee an adequate level of safety; this coefficient is equal to 5. usually


Safety factor of lifting chains must be chosen so that
guarantee an adequate level of safety;
coefficient is generally equal to 4.

To verify whether it has achieved the appropriate safety factors must
manufacturer or his authorized representative for each type of chain and rope
used directly for lifting the load and for the rope ends, perform or have performed the appropriate
tests.

4.1.2.5. Lifting accessories and parts

Lifting accessories and their components must be sized with
regard to fatigue and aging processes for a number of operating cycles consistent with their expected life-span
specified operating conditions
intended use.
Furthermore
:

A) coefficient of wire-rope / rope-end
must be chosen so as to guarantee an adequate level of safety;
Coefficient is equal to 5. usually ends must be on the ropes
any splices or loops

B) if they are used chains with welded links are used, they must be
chains composed of short articles. Coefficient of chains must be
chosen so as to guarantee an adequate level of safety;
coefficient value is usually equal to 4

C) coefficient for textile ropes or straps
depends on the material, method of manufacture, dimensions and use. This coefficient must
be chosen so as to guarantee an adequate level of safety;
its value is generally equal to 7, provided that the materials used are
very good quality and a method of manufacture appropriate to the intended use.
If it does so apply for an adequate level of safety
values ​​higher. Textile ropes and slings must not be
knots, connections or splicing other than splicing and connections ok and
endless loops

D) safety factor for all metallic components slings
or used with components must be chosen so as to guarantee an adequate level of safety
; this coefficient is equal to 4
rule,

E) the maximum load multilegged sling is determined on the basis
coefficient of the weakest leg, the number of legs and
reduction factor which depends on the slinging configuration,

F) to verify whether it has achieved the corresponding coefficient
, the manufacturer or his authorized representative for each type of component
referred to in subparagraphs a), b), c) and d) perform or have
perform appropriate tests.

4.1.2.6. Control of movements

Devices for controlling movements must act in such a way that the machinery on which they are installed
was safe.

A) Machinery must be designed and constructed or fitted with devices
that the amplitude of movement of its components is kept within the specified limits
. The operation of these devices must be appropriate
by a warning.

B) Where can the same place at the same time
several fixed or rail-mounted machines may encounter risks of collision, they must be
machines designed and constructed so that it is possible to fit systems enabling these risks
exclusive.

C) Machinery must be designed and constructed so that even
case of partial or total failure of the power supply or case

That the operator stops operating the machine, it can not be free or
unexpected movement or falling loads.

D) under normal operating conditions must be possible to lower the load
solely by friction brake, except in the case of machinery whose function
requires this type of operation.

E) Holding devices must be designed and constructed so that
inadvertent load falls.

4.1.2.7. Movements of loads during handling

Operating position of machinery must be located so that
ensure the widest possible view of trajectories of the moving parts,
in order to avoid possible collisions with persons, equipment or other machinery
facilities that may be are currently in motion and can pose a danger
.

Machinery with guided loads must be designed and constructed
so as to prevent injury to persons moving the load, the carrier or the counterweights
.

4.1.2.8. Machinery serving fixed landings

4.1.2.8.1. Movements of the carrier

Movement of the carrier of machinery serving fixed landings
must be rigidly guided to and at the landings. Rigid guidance
Scissor systems are also considered.

4.1.2.8.2. Access to the carrier

If you have access to the carrier persons, machinery must be
designed and equipped to ensure that the carrier remains stationary during
approach, especially when loaded or unloaded.

Machinery must be designed and constructed so that the height
difference between the carrier and the landing
not a danger of tripping.

4.1.2.8.3. Risks due to contact with the moving carrier

If it is necessary to fulfill the requirement expressed in the second paragraph of
4.1.2.7., Shall, during normal operation, the travel zone inaccessible.

If there is an inspection during inspection or maintenance risk that a person who
located below or above the carrier parts could be crushed between the carrier and
fixed portion, there will be sufficient space || | using either recesses or with a mechanical device which prevents
movement of the carrier.

4.1.2.8.4. The risk of load falling off the carrier

If there is a risk of load falling off the carrier, the machinery must be
designed and constructed so as to prevent this risk.

4.1.2.8.5. platform

It is necessary to prevent risks due to contact of persons with
moving carrier or other moving parts on the platform.

If there is a risk of persons falling within the range of movement of the carrier when the carrier is not
on the platform must be available
protective barriers that prevent danger. These protective barriers should not be
open space to move the carrier. They must be fitted with an interlocking device controlled
position of the carrier that prevents

A) hazardous movements of the carrier unless protective barriers
closed and locked

B) hazardous opening of protective barriers until the carrier has stopped at the corresponding landing
.

4.1.3. Fitness for purpose

If machinery or lifting accessories are placed on the market
or first put into service, the manufacturer or his authorized representative
ensure that the machinery and the lifting accessories which are ready for use
- whether manual handling, or devices
powered energy - safely perform its assigned functions that perform or have performed the appropriate
measures.

On all lifting machinery ready to use must be made
static and dynamic tests referred to in paragraph 4.1.2.3.

Where the machinery can not be assembled by the manufacturer or
premises of his authorized representative, it is necessary to take appropriate measures
on site. Otherwise, these measures may
taken either in the manufacturer's premises or at the place of use.

04.02 Requirements for machinery whose power source is other than
human power.

4.2.1. Control of movements

To control the movement of machinery or its equipment must be used
control devices returning to the starting position.
For partial or complete movements in which there is no risk of collision

Load or the machinery can not be said operating device
replaced by controls authorizing automatic
stops at preselected levels without the operator on
control device.

4.2.2. Loading control

Machinery with a maximum working load of not less than 1000 kilograms or
overturning moment of not less than 40 000 Nm must be fitted with devices
warn the driver and prevent dangerous movements in the event

A) overloading, either as a result of the maximum working load or the maximum
moment due to the load or

B) exceeding the overturning moment.

4.2.3. Installations guided by ropes

Bearing elements suspended by ropes or cables must be drawn
balanced by counterweights or by a device allowing permanent control rope tension.

04.03 Information and indications

4.3.1. Chains, ropes and webbing

Each length of lifting chain, rope or webbing not
part of an assembly must bear a mark or, if not possible, a plate or
irremovable ring bearing the name and address of the manufacturer or his authorized representative
a reference to the relevant certificate.

The certificate must contain at least the following information:

) The name and address of the manufacturer or his authorized representative

B) a description of the chain or rope which includes

- Its nominal size,

- Construction

- The material from which it is made and

- Any special metallurgical treatment material

C) the test method,

D) the maximum load chain or rope during operation.
May be given a range of values ​​for individual applications.

4.3.2. Lifting accessories

Lifting accessories must be labeled with information about

A) the material where this information is needed for safe use,

B) the maximum working load.

In the case of lifting accessories on which marking is physically impossible
, the data must be in accordance with the first paragraph on the label
or by any other means and must be the accessory securely fastened
.

This information must be legible and must be located in a place where there is no
liable to disappear as a result of wear or jeopardize the strength of the accessory
.

4.3.3. Lifting machinery

Machinery must be prominently marked
maximum working load. This marking must be legible, indelible
and in uncoded form.

Depends Where the maximum working load on the machine configuration must be
each operating position is labeled indicating the permitted operating
load preferably in the form of graphs or tables for each
arrangement.

Machinery intended for lifting goods only, equipped with a carrier
parts, which allows access to persons, must bear a clear and
indelible warning prohibiting the lifting of persons.
This warning must be visible at each place where access is possible.

04.04 manuals

4.4.1. Lifting accessories

Each lifting accessory or each together
sold package must be accompanied by instructions, which contain at least the following information
:

A) the intended use

B) the limits of use (particularly for accessories such as magnetic or
vacuum pads which do not fully comply with section
4.1.2.6 point. E))

C) instructions for use, assembly and maintenance

D) the static test coefficient test.

4.4.2. Lifting machinery

Lifting machinery must be accompanied by instructions that
contain the following information:

A) the technical characteristics of the machinery, particularly

- The maximum working load and, where appropriate, a copy of the label stating
or load table described in the second paragraph of section 4.3.3.,

- Pressure anchoring or supports (soil) and the characteristics of the tracks,

- Or the data on ballast and the means of
installation

B) the contents of the logbook, if not supplied with the machine
device

C) instructions for use, particularly to offset the lack of direct vision of the load
operator,

D) where appropriate, a test report describing the static and dynamic

Tests conducted by the manufacturer or his authorized representative,

E) the necessary instructions for performing the tests set out in paragraph 4.1.3
before first putting into service of machinery, unless Machinery
assembled on the manufacturer to a state in which it is used.

Fifth ESSENTIAL HEALTH AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR MACHINERY
INTENDED FOR UNDERGROUND WORK

Machinery intended for underground work must satisfy pursuant to Section 4
Guidelines all the essential health and safety
described in this chapter.

05.01 Risks resulting from insufficient stability

Powered roof supports must be designed and constructed so that when moving
maintain a given direction, slip before loading, during loading
even after load release. It must be equipped
joist connections with hydraulic jacks, which it supports.

05.02 movement

Powered roof supports must allow free movement of persons.

05.03 Control devices

Device to control the acceleration (accelerator) and deceleration (braking control
) movement of machinery running on rails must be manual.
Control device of the "dead man" may be foot.

Control devices of powered roof supports must be designed and
positioned so that workers were operating during the transfer
sheltered by a support in place. The control devices must be protected against any accidental release
.

05.04 stopping

Propelled machinery running on rails for underground work must be equipped
control device to stop a "dead man"
acting on the circuit controlling the movement of the machinery such that movement is stopped if the driver is already
movement does not control.

05.05 fire

For machinery containing highly flammable parts must be met
requirement specified in clause 3.5.2 b).

Braking system of machinery meant for use in underground
must be designed and constructed so as not produce sparks or cause fires
.

Machinery with internal combustion engines for use in underground
must be fitted only with engines using fuel with a low vapor pressure and
which exclude any spark of electrical origin.

06.05 Exhaust emissions

Exhaust emissions of internal combustion engines must not be discharged upwards.

6th ESSENTIAL HEALTH AND SAFETY FOR MACHINERY EQUIPMENT
PARTICULAR HAZARDS DUE TO THE LIFTING OF PERSONS

Machinery presenting hazards due to the lifting of persons must meet
accordance with section 4 of the Guidelines
all relevant essential requirements to protect health and safety requirements described in this chapter.

06.01 generally
6.1.1 Mechanical strength


The carrier, including any trapdoors, must be designed and constructed
so that the space and strength corresponding to the maximum allowable
number of persons and the maximum working load.

Coefficients for components set out in paragraphs 4.1.2.4 and 4.1.2.5
are for machinery intended for the lifting of persons and must
generally be doubled. Machinery intended for lifting persons
or persons and goods must be fitted with a suspension or supporting system
carrier designed and constructed in such a way as to ensure
adequate level of safety and to prevent the risk of the carrier falling.

Where to suspend the carrier used ropes or chains must be
least two independent ropes or two chains, each with a separate
anchorage.

6.1.2. Loading control for machinery moved by power other than human strength


The requirements of section 4.2.2 apply regardless of the maximum working
load and overturning moment, unless the manufacturer can demonstrate that there
risk of overloading or overturning.

06.02 Control devices

Where safety requirements do not impose other solutions, the carrier must be fundamentally
designed and constructed so that persons inside
available devices to control the movement up and down, or to
other movements of the carrier .

During the operation must be those controls
override the other devices controlling the same movement with the exception of the emergency stop
.


With the exception of cases where the carrier itself is completely enclosed facility must
to control these movements back to the starting position.

06.03 Risks to persons in or on the carrier it

6.3.1. Risks due to movements of the carrier

Machinery for lifting persons must be designed, constructed or equipped
so that the acceleration or deceleration of the carrier does not engender
risk to people.

6.3.2. Risk of persons falling from the carrier

The carrier must not tilt so that creates a risk of the occupants falling,
including when the machinery and carrier are moving.

Where the carrier is designed as a work must be made to ensure stability and
must prevent hazardous movements.

If the measures referred to in section 1.5.15 are not adequate, carriers must be
fitted with a sufficient number of suitable anchorage points for
maximum number of persons permitted on the carrier. The anchorage points must be
strong enough for the personal protective equipment against
risk of falling from height.

Any trapdoors in floors or ceilings or side doors must be
designed and constructed to prevent inadvertent opening and must
open in a direction that obviates any risk of falling should
open unexpectedly.

6.3.3. Risk due to objects falling on the carrier

If there is a risk of objects falling on the carrier and endangering persons, the carrier must
be equipped with a protective roof.

06.04 Machinery serving fixed landings

6.4.1. Risks to persons in or on the carrier it

The carrier must be designed and constructed to prevent risks due to contact
persons or objects in or on the carrier it
with fixed or moving parts. If it is necessary to fulfill this requirement
, the carrier itself must be completely enclosed with doors fitted
interlocking device that prevents hazardous movements of the carrier
part, unless the doors are closed. If the carrier stops between
platform doors must remain closed if there is danger of falling from the carrier
part.

Machinery must be designed, constructed and, where necessary
equipped with a device that prevents uncontrolled movement of the carrier
up and down. This device must be able to stop the carrier at
maximum working load and at the foreseeable maximum speed.

When not stopped regardless of load conditions cause deceleration
which would be harmful to the occupants.

6.4.2. Control devices on platforms

Control devices on platforms, in addition to facilities for
case of an emergency, must not initiate movements of the carrier when

A) are being used to control devices in the carrier,

B) the carrier is not at a landing.

6.4.3. Access to the carrier

Guards at the landings and on the carrier must be designed and constructed
so as to ensure safe transfer to the carrier and
exit from it, taking into consideration the foreseeable range of goods and persons
.

06.05 Labelling

The carrier must bear the information necessary to ensure the safety
including

A) the maximum number of persons permitted on the carrier,

B) the maximum working load.
Appendix 2

DECLARATION


First CONTENTS

A. DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY OF THE MACHINERY

For the development of this declaration and translations thereof
the same conditions as the instructions for use (see Annex 1 point point 1.7.4.1.) And b)).
Declaration must be typed or handwritten in block capitals.

This declaration relates exclusively to the machinery in the state in
which it was placed on the market, and excludes components that were
subsequently added to the end user, or carried out subsequently by the final user
.

EC declaration of conformity must contain the following information:

First details of the manufacturer or the authorized representative - for individuals
name and surname or business name and permanent residence or address
residence or place of business of the legal entity or business name
company and its registered office or organizational unit ,

Second the name and address of the person authorized to assembling technical documentation (in

Meaning of the second paragraph of point 2 of Annex no. 7 to this Regulation
), who must be established in a Member State
EU

Third description and identification of the machinery, including generic denomination,
function, model, type, serial number and commercial name

Fourth a sentence declaring that the machinery fulfills all the relevant provisions of the regulation
European Union ^ 1) and, insofar as
account, a similar sentence declaring the conformity with other regulations
European Communities or their relevant provisions which corresponds to the machine
equipment, and must go on regulations published in the Official Journal of the European Union
,

Fifth where appropriate, name, address and identification number of the Notified Body
which conducted the EC type examination under Annex no. 9 hereto
a number of EC type examination certificate,

6th where appropriate, name, address and identification number of the Notified Body
which approved the full quality assurance system in accordance with Annex
no. 10 of this Regulation,

7th or reference to the harmonized standards referred to in § 3.
2

8th or reference to other technical standards and specifications

9th place and date of the declaration,

10th identification of the person empowered to draw up the declaration on behalf
manufacturer or his authorized representative's signature.

B. DECLARATION OF INCORPORATION OF PARTLY COMPLETED MACHINERY

For the development of this declaration and translations thereof
the same conditions as the instructions for use (see Annex no. 1, paragraph 1.7.4.1. Point a) a
b)). The statement must be typed or handwritten in block capitals.

Declaration of incorporation must contain the following information:

First details of the manufacturer or the authorized representative - for individuals
name and surname or business name and permanent residence or address
residence or place of business of the legal entity or business name
company and its registered office or organizational unit ,

Second the name and address of the person entrusted with assembling the relevant technical documentation
(within the meaning of the penultimate paragraph of Part B
Annex no. 7 to this Regulation), who must be established in
Member State of the European Union,

Third description and identification of the partly completed machinery including generic
denomination, function, model, type, serial number and commercial name

Fourth a sentence declaring which essential requirements of the European Union regulation
^ 1) are applied and fulfilled and that they were prepared
relevant technical documentation according to Annex no. 7 to this Regulation and
if applicable , a sentence declaring the conformity of the partly completed machinery
with other relevant předpisy.Evropských
community, and must go on regulations published in the Official Journal of the European Union
,

Fifth a commitment to pass on a reasoned request by the national authorities
relevant information on the partly completed machinery. This commitment
include the method of transmission and shall be without prejudice to the rights of intellectual property
manufacturer of partly completed machinery

6th a statement that the partly completed machinery must not be put into operation
until a declaration of conformity of the complete machine
facility in which to be fitted with the provisions of this Regulation

7th place and date of the declaration,

8th the identity and signature of the person empowered to draw up a statement
behalf of the manufacturer or his authorized representative.

Second CUSTODY The

Manufacturer of machinery or his authorized representative shall keep
original EC declaration of conformity for at least ten years from the last date of manufacture
machinery.

Manufacturer of partly completed machinery or his authorized representative
keep the original declaration of incorporation for a period of at least ten years
from the last date of manufacture of the partly completed machinery.
Appendix 3

MARKING


(1) The various components of the CE marking must have the same vertical dimension, which
shall not be less than 5 mm. This minimum dimension may be waived for small-scale machinery
.

(2) The CE marking must be affixed in the immediate vicinity of the name
manufacturer or his authorized representative, using the same technique.


(3) When using a full quality assurance procedure referred to in paragraph 5 §
. 3 point. c) and § 5 para. 4 point. b) designation must be CE
followed by the identification number of the notified body.
Appendix 4


CATEGORIES OF MACHINERY TO WHICH MUST BE APPLIED ONE OF THE PROCEDURES SET FORTH IN
§ 5. 3 AND 4

First Circular saws (single or multi-blade) for working with wood and
material with similar physical characteristics or for working
meat and material with similar physical characteristics of these types:

01.01 Saws with fixed blade during cutting, having a fixed or
support with manual feed of the workpiece or with a demountable
device.

02.01 Saws with fixed blade during cutting, manual feed table
or carriage reciprocating.

1.3 sawing machinery with fixed blade during cutting, built-in mechanical
feed device and manual loading or unloading.

04.01 Saws with movable blade during cutting, having mechanical movement of the blade
with manual loading or unloading.

Second Planer for woodworking with manual feed of the workpiece.

Third Thicknessers for one-sided woodworking, with built
mechanical feed device and manual loading or unloading.

Fourth Band-saws with manual loading or unloading for working with wood and
material with similar physical characteristics or for working with meat
and materials with similar physical characteristics of these types:

04.01 Saws with fixed blade during cutting, having a fixed or
reciprocating motion, or support for the workpiece.

04.02 Saws with blade on a carriage with reciprocating motion.

Fifth Combined machines for processing wood and materials with similar physical characteristics
set out in paragraphs 1 to 4 and in point 7

6th Tapping machines for processing wood with manual feed of the workpiece and
several tool holders.

7th Vertical milling machine with manual feed of the workpiece processing
wood and materials with similar physical characteristics.

8th Portable chain saws for woodworking.

9th Presses, including press-brakes, for the cold working of metals
with manual loading or unloading, whose movable working parts may have
travel exceeding 6 mm and a speed exceeding 30 mm / s.

10th Or compression plastics-molding machines with manual loading or unloading
.

11th Or compression rubber-molding machines with manual loading or unloading
.

12th Machinery for underground working of the following types:

1.12 locomotives and brake-vans,

2.12 hydraulic-powered roof supports.

13th Manually loaded trucks for the collection of household refuse incorporating a compression
device.

14th Removable mechanical transmission devices including their protective covers
.

15th Guards for removable mechanical transmission devices.

16th Vehicle lifts.

17th For lifting persons or persons and goods involving a hazard
falling from a vertical height of more than three meters.

18th Portable cartridge-operated fixing and other impact machinery.

19th Protective devices designed to detect persons.

20th Power-operated interlocking movable guards designed
as safeguards in machinery referred to in paragraphs 9, 10 and 11.

21st Logic units to ensure safety functions.

22nd Rollover Protective Structure (ROPS).

23rd Protective structures against falling objects (FOPS).
Appendix 5


EXHAUSTIVE list of safety components according to § 2. C)

First Guards for removable mechanical transmission devices.

Second Protective devices designed to detect persons.

Third Power-operated interlocking movable guards designed as
guards in machinery referred to in paragraphs 9, 10 and 11 of Annex
no. 4 hereto.

Fourth Logic units to ensure safety functions.

Fifth Valves with additional means for failure detection intended for the control
dangerous movements on machinery.

6th Extraction systems for machinery emissions.

7th Guards and protective devices designed to protect persons against moving parts
which are involved in the process.


8th Monitoring devices for loading and movement control in lifting machinery
.

9th Restraint systems to keep persons on their seats.

10th Emergency stop devices.

11th Discharging systems to prevent the buildup of potentially dangerous electrostatic charges
.

12th Limiters and relief devices referred to in 1.5.7, 3.4.7 and 4.1.2.6
Annex no. 1 hereto.

13th Systems and devices to reduce the emission of noise and vibrations.

14th Rollover Protective Structure (ROPS).

15th Protective structures against falling objects (FOPS).

16th Two-hand control devices.

17th Components for machinery designed for lifting or lowering persons
between different platforms, which include:

A) devices for locking landing doors

B) devices to prevent the carrier falling or unchecked upward movements
,

C) a device to prevent overspeed

D) shock absorbers, energy storage

- Nonlinear,

- Or with damping of the return movement,

E) shock absorbers, power dissipation

F) safety devices fitted to jacks of hydraulic power
circuit used as devices to prevent falls

G) electric safety devices
safety switches containing electronic components.
Annex 6


ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS FOR PARTLY COMPLETED MACHINERY

Installation instructions partly completed machinery must contain a description
conditions that must be met when it comes to correct incorporation in the final machinery
order not to endanger the safety or health
.

Assembly instructions must be written in an official language of the Member State
European Union, which is acceptable to the manufacturer of the machinery in
which the partly completed machinery will be assembled, or to his authorized representative
.
Annex 7



TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION
A. TECHNICAL FILE FOR MACHINERY

This section describes the procedure for compiling a technical file.
The technical documentation must demonstrate that the machinery complies with the requirements of this regulation
. It must cover the design, manufacture and operation of the machinery to the extent necessary for
assessment. The documentation must be
compiled in one or more official languages ​​of the Member States of the European Union
except for the instructions for use of the machine for which it pays
special provisions of paragraph 1.7.4.1 of the Annex no. 1 hereto.

First Technical documentation includes

A) the design and manufacturing documentation containing

- A general description of the machinery,

- The overall drawing of the machinery and drawings of the control circuits and
pertinent descriptions and explanations necessary for understanding the operation of machinery
device

- Detailed drawings or accompanied by any calculation notes, test results, certificates, etc.
., Which are necessary for checking the conformity of the machinery
equipment with the essential health and safety,

- The risk assessment documentation showing the procedure followed, including:

- The list of basic requirements for health and safety that
apply to machinery

- Description of the protective measures implemented to eliminate identified
hazards or to reduce risks and possibly putting
other risks associated with the machinery,

- The standards and other technical specifications used, indicating the essential
requirements for health and safety that these standards
included

- Any technical report giving the results of tests carried out by the manufacturer or
body chosen by the manufacturer or his authorized representative

- A copy of the instructions for use of the machinery

- Or a declaration of incorporation for included partly completed machinery and equipment
relevant assembly instructions for this device

- Or a copy of the EC declaration of conformity of machinery or other products incorporated into
machinery

- Copies of the EC declaration of conformity;

B) for series manufacture, the internal measures that will be implemented to ensure compliance
machinery with the provisions of this Regulation;

C) relevant reports or evaluations of the results of tests performed by the manufacturer
on components, fittings or the completed

Machinery that are necessary to determine whether the machinery
equipment as designed and constructed, can be safely
assembled and put into operation.

Second The technical documentation referred to in paragraph 1 shall be available
national authorities for at least 10 years from the date of manufacture of
machinery or, in the case of the last unit of serial production.

The technical documentation may not be located on the territory of a Member State
European Union, nor does it have to be permanently available in material form.
It must be possible for the person designated in the EC declaration of conformity could
assembled and made available in time commensurate with its complexity.

Technical documentation does not have to include detailed plans or any other specific information as regards
parts used in manufacturing machinery equipment
unless a knowledge of them is essential for verification of conformity with the essential requirements
health and safety.

Third Failure to submit documentation to a duly reasoned request by the competent national authority
is sufficient grounds for doubting
conformity of the machinery with the essential protection requirements
health and safety.

B. TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION COMPLETED MACHINERY

Technical documentation must be demonstrated that the requirements of this regulation
are applied and fulfilled. It must cover the design, manufacture and operation
partly completed machinery to the extent necessary to evaluate compliance with
applied essential health and safety.
The documentation must be compiled in one or more official languages ​​
EU Member States.

Technical documentation includes

A) the design and manufacturing documentation containing

- The overall drawing of the partly completed machinery and drawings of the control circuits
,

- Detailed drawings or accompanied by any calculation notes, test results, certificates
etc., that are necessary for checking the conformity of the partly completed machinery
with the essential requirements for health and safety
,

- The risk assessment documentation indicating the assessment process, including

- The list of applied and fulfilled the basic requirements for health and safety
,

- Description of the protective measures implemented to eliminate identified
hazards or to reduce risks and, where appropriate indication of the residual risks

- The standards and other technical specifications used, indicating the essential
requirements for health and safety that these standards
included

- Technical report giving the results of tests carried out
manufacturer or by a body chosen by the manufacturer or his authorized representative,

- A copy of the assembly instructions for the partly completed machinery;

B) for series manufacture, the internal measures that will be implemented to ensure compliance
partly completed machinery with the provisions of this
government regulation;

C) relevant reports or evaluations of the results of tests performed by the manufacturer
on components, fittings or the partly completed machinery
that are necessary to determine whether the machinery
equipment as designed and constructed, it can be safely
assembled and put into operation.

Relevant technical documentation must be available for at least 10
years from date of manufacture of the partly completed machinery or, in the case
serial production of the last unit and on request presented
competent national authorities. It does not have
located on the territory of a Member State of the European Union, nor does it have to be permanently
available in physical form. The person mentioned in the declaration of incorporation
partly completed machinery must be able to complete it and submit
competent authority.

Failure to submit documentation to a duly reasoned request by the competent national authorities
may be sufficient grounds for doubting the presumption of conformity
partly completed machinery with the essential requirements
health and safety requirements applied and attested.
Appendix 8


ASSESSMENT OF CONFORMITY WITH INTERNAL CHECKS ON THE MANUFACTURE OF MACHINERY

First This Annex describes the procedure whereby the manufacturer or his authorized representative
fulfilling the obligations set out in paragraphs 2 and 3, and ensures
declares that the machinery concerned satisfies the relevant requirements of this Regulation
.


Second For each model series drawn up by the manufacturer or his authorized representative
technical documentation referred to in Part A of Annex
no. 7 to this Regulation.

Third The manufacturer shall take all measures necessary so that the manufacturing process
ensures compliance of the manufactured machinery with the technical documentation
listed in Part A of the Annex no. 7 and with the requirements of this Regulation.
Appendix 9



EC TYPE-EXAMINATION
EC type-examination is the procedure whereby a notified body ascertains and
certifies that a representative model of machinery referred to in Annex no. 4 to this
Regulation (hereinafter the "type") satisfies the requirements of this regulation.

First The manufacturer or his authorized representative shall draw for each type
technical documentation referred to in Part A of Annex no. 7 to this Regulation
.

Second The application for EC type-examination submitted by the manufacturer or his authorized representative
for each type with a notified body of his choice.

The application must include

2.1 The name and address of the manufacturer and of his authorized representative
2.2
written declaration that the application has not been lodged with any other notified
person

2.3 technical documentation.

In addition, the applicant shall be notified body a specimen type.
Notified Body may request further samples if vyžaduje-
test program.

Third Notified Body

03.01 examine the technical documentation, checks whether the type was manufactured
in accordance with this documentation, and identify the elements which have been designed in
accordance with the relevant provisions of the standards referred to in § 3 para. 3, and
elements whose proposal to the relevant provisions of those standards does not constitute
;

03.02 carry out or have carried out appropriate inspections, measurements and tests
to ascertain whether the solutions adopted to meet the essential requirements
health and safety referred to in this government regulation have not
the standards listed in § 3 paragraph. 2;

03.03 if used harmonized standards referred to in § 3 para. 2
carry out or have carried out appropriate inspections, measurements and tests to
verify that those standards were actually applied;

04.03 agree with the applicant on the place where the check that was
type manufactured in accordance with the examined technical file and the necessary
inspections, measurements and tests.

Fourth If the type satisfies the provisions of this Regulation shall
person notified the applicant EC type examination certificate.
The certificate contains the name and address of the manufacturer and its authorized representative
data necessary to identify the approved type, the conclusions of the examination and the conditions
force. Manufacturer and Notified Body
keep a copy of the certificate, the technical file and all relevant documents for a period of 15 years from the issuance of the certificate
.

Fifth Does not meet the provisions of this type of regulation, refuses notified
person must issue an EC type examination certificate, stating the reasons
this decision. Notify the applicant, the other notified bodies and
Member State which notified body announced. There must be
appeal procedure.

6th The applicant shall inform the notified body which retains the technical
documentation concerning the EC type examination certificate,
of all modifications to the approved type. The Notified Body shall examine these modifications and either confirm the validity of the existing
certificate of EC type examination or
issue a new certificate if the changes are such that they could invalidate
conformity with the essential health and safety or
suitability for the intended operating conditions of the type.

7th The Commission, Member States and the other notified bodies may, on request
receive a copy of the EC type examination certificate.
Upon reasoned request, the Commission and the Member States may obtain a copy of the technical documentation
and the results of the examination, which conducted the Notified Body.

8th Documentation and correspondence relating to the procedures for the examination
type must be in an official language or languages ​​of the Member State
where the notified body is established or in a language acceptable
.

9th Validity of EC type examination certificate

9.1 Body must continuously ensure that an EC type examination
valid. Notify the manufacturer of any major changes
which could affect the validity of the certificate.
Notified body shall withdraw certificates which are no longer valid.


9.2 Manufacturer of machinery concerned has the ongoing responsibility of ensuring that
said machinery meets the corresponding state of the art.

9.3 Every five years the manufacturer requests a Notified Body for review
validity of the EC type examination certificate.

If the notified body finds that the certificate is taking into account the state of the art
remains valid, renew the certificate for a further five years.

Manufacturer and notified body shall keep a copy of this certificate,
technical documentation and all relevant documents for a period of 15 years from the date of issue of the certificate
.

9.4 Unless the validity of the EC type not renewed, the manufacturer
placing the machinery on the market.
Annex 10

FULL QUALITY ASSURANCE


This Annex describes the conformity assessment of machinery referred to in Annex
no. 4 of this regulation, whose production system is used
a full quality assurance and procedure whereby
notified body assesses and approves the system
quality assurance and monitors its application.

First Manufacturer applies the approved quality assurance system for design, manufacture
final inspection and testing as specified in section 2, and subject to supervision under 3.


Second Quality assurance system

2.1 application for assessment of the quality assurance system
submitted by the manufacturer or his authorized representative with a notified body of your choice
.

The application must include

2.1.1 name and address of the manufacturer and of his authorized representative
2.1.2
places of design, manufacture, inspection, testing and storage
machinery

2.1.3 technical documentation as described in Part A of Annex no. 7 to this Regulation
for one model of each category of machinery
listed in Annex no. 4 to this Regulation, which it intends to produce,

2.1.4 quality assurance system documentation,

2.1.5 written declaration that the application has not been lodged with any other notified
person.

2.2 The quality assurance system must ensure conformity of the machinery
with the provisions of this Regulation. All the elements, requirements and provisions
manufacturer must be documented in a systematic and orderly
in the form of written policies, procedures and instructions.
Documentation of quality assurance must permit uniform interpretation of the procedural and
quality assurance, such as quality programs, plans, manuals and
records.

It must include in particular an adequate description

2.2.1 quality objectives, the organizational structure, responsibilities and powers
leadership in terms of design and quality of the machinery,

2.2.2 technical design specifications, including standards that will be used
, and if they are not fully implemented the standards set out in § 3 para. 3,
means that will be used to ensure that the essential requirements
health and safety referred to in this Regulation

2.2.3 design control and design verification techniques, processes and systematic
measures that will be used when designing machinery covered
this Regulation applies,

2.2.4 appropriate methods, processes and systematic actions that will be used
manufacturing, quality control and quality assurance

2.2.5 checks and tests that will be carried out before, during
and after manufacture, and their frequency,

2.2.6 quality records, such as inspection reports, test results
data, calibration data, reports on the qualifications of the personnel concerned,

2.2.7 means of monitoring the achievement of the required design and quality
machinery and the effective operation of the quality assurance system
.

2.3 The body shall assess the quality assurance system in order
determine whether it satisfies the requirements of point 2.2.

The elements of the quality assurance system that correspond
harmonized standard shall be presumed to comply with the relevant requirements
according to section 2.2.

The auditing team must have at least one member with experience of assessing the
machinery. The assessment procedure must be
visit to the manufacturer's premises. During the tour
group auditors examine the technical documentation described in paragraph 2.1.3
to ensure that it meets the appropriate requirements to protect the health and safety
.


Decision notified body that has approved the quality assurance system
must be notified to the manufacturer or his authorized representative.
The notice must contain a summary of the assessment and a reasoned assessment
. Must be a procedure for appeal.

2.4 The manufacturer shall undertake to fulfill the obligations arising from
approved quality assurance system and ensure that even
remains adequate and efficient.

Manufacturer or his authorized representative shall inform the body which approved
quality assurance system informed of any intended change
quality assurance system.

Body shall examine the proposed changes and decide whether the modified
quality assurance system will still satisfy the requirements referred
2.2, or whether it requires reassessment.

Notified Body shall notify the manufacturer of its decision.
Notice must contain a summary of the examination and the reasoned assessment decision.

Third Surveillance under the responsibility of the Notified Body

3.1 The purpose of surveillance is to ensure that the manufacturer duly fulfills the obligations
arising from the approved quality assurance system.

3.2 The manufacturer shall authorize the body to oversee the entry into
the design, manufacture, inspection, testing and
storage and provide it with all necessary information, including:

3.2.1 quality assurance system documentation,

3.2.2 quality records required under the quality assurance system
relating to design, such as results of analyzes, calculations, tests
etc.,

3.2.3 quality records required under the quality assurance system
relating to production, such as inspection reports and results
testing, calibration data, reports on the qualifications of the personnel
etc.

3.3 Notified body carries out periodic audits to make sure that
manufacturer maintains and applies the quality assurance system, and transmits
manufacturer with audit reports. The frequency of periodic audits must be such that
every three years full reassessment is carried.

3.4 In addition, the body may pay the manufacturer unannounced visits
. The need for these additional visits and their frequency will be determined on the basis
system of visits undertaken for the purposes of supervision
NB. The system of visits to take into account the following factors
:

3.4.1 results of previous visits

3.4.2 need to monitor remedial measures,

3.4.3 any special conditions for approval of the system,

3.4.4 substantial changes to the organization of the manufacturing process, measures or procedures
.

During these visits, the body may, if necessary, carry
or have carried out tests to verify that the quality assurance system
working properly. The notified body must provide the manufacturer
report on the visit and, if a test, a test report.

Fourth The manufacturer or his authorized representative must, for
national authorities for a period of ten years from the last date of manufacture of machinery


4.1 documentation referred to in paragraph 2.1,
4.2
decisions and reports from the notified body referred to in the third and fourth
paragraph of section 2.4, and in sections 3.3 and 3.4.
Annex 11


Conditions of the authorization

First Authorized person, its director and the staff responsible for checking
not be the designer, manufacturer, supplier or installer of
machinery, nor the authorized representative of any of these people
. They may not become involved either directly or as authorized representatives
in the design, manufacture, marketing or maintenance of machinery
devices. This does not preclude the possibility of exchanges of technical information between the manufacturer and the
authorized person.

Second The body and its staff to carry out the verification
highest level of professional integrity and technical competence and
must be free from all pressures and inducements, particularly financial,
which could affect their judgment or the results of the verification, especially
from persons or groups of persons in the results of verification
interest.

Third An authorized person must have for each category of machinery for
which is authorized to employ staff with technical
knowledge and sufficient and appropriate experience to perform

Conformity assessment. It must have the means to properly
perform the technical and administrative tasks connected with verification;
also must have access to the equipment required for special verification.

Fourth Staff responsible for the verification must be

4.1 appropriate technical and vocational training,

4.2 knowledge of the requirements of the tests and adequate experience of such tests
,
4.3
ability to draw up certificates, records and reports required to authenticate the performance
tests.

Fifth It must be guaranteed impartiality of the verification.
Their remuneration must not depend on the number of tests carried out or on the results of these tests
.

6th Authorized persons to participate in coordination activities.
Also participate in European standardization, or be represented or
ensure that they know the situation of relevant standards.
Annex 12


MACHINERY, who must not be placed on the market or put into service

Cutting flail-type accessories for portable křovinořezům
consisting of several connected metal parts.

1) Directive of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2006/42 / EC of 17 May
2006 on machinery and amending Directive 95/16 / EC (recast
amended).

Directive of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2009/127 / EC of 21 October
2009 amending Directive 2006/42 / EC with regard to machinery for pesticide application
.

2) European Parliament and Council Directive 2003/37 / EC of 26 May 2003 on
approval of agricultural or forestry tractors, their
trailers and interchangeable drawing machines, together with the connivance
their systems, components and separate technical units.

3) Council Directive 70/156 / EEC of 6 February 1970
laws of the Member States relating to the type approval of motor
vehicles and their trailers, as last amended by Commission
2006 / 28 / EC.

4) European Parliament and Council Directive 2002/24 / EC of 18 March 2002
approval of two and three-wheel motor vehicles
last amended by Commission Directive 2005/30 / EC.

5) Eg Government Regulation no. 9/2002 Coll., Laying down technical requirements for products
noise emissions, as amended Government Regulation no. 342/2003 Coll
. and Government Regulation no. 198/2006 Coll., Government Regulation no.
23/2003 Coll., laying down technical requirements for equipment and
protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres,
Regulation Government Order no. 27/2003 Coll., laying down technical requirements
lifts, as amended Government Regulation no. 127/2004 Coll.

6) Decree no. 291/2000 Coll., That lays down graphic appearance
CE marking.

7) For example, § 7, paragraph. 1 point. a) and b) of Law no. 64/1986 Coll., on
Czech Trade Inspection, as amended.

8) Decree no. 17/2003 Coll., Laying down technical requirements
for low voltage electrical equipment.

9) Eg Government Regulation no. 23/2003 Coll., Laying down
technical requirements for equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres
.

10) Eg Government Regulation no. 11/2002 Coll., Laying down the appearance and positioning of safety
brands and introduction of signals, as amended
Government no. 405/2004 Coll.

11) Eg Government Regulation no. 9/2002 Coll., Laying down technical requirements for products
noise emissions, as amended Government Regulation no. 342/2003 Coll
. and Government Regulation no. 198/2006 Coll.

11) Commission Decision 2012/32 / EU of 19 January 2012
requiring Member States to prohibit the marketing of cutting
flail-type accessories for portable křovinořezům.