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New machinery directive tackled at UK exhibitions

11 August 2009

Help regarding the new Machinery Directive will be on hand at the Process and Packaging Exhibition in Birmingham and Health and Safety 09 in Bolton, according to Laidler Associates. The industrial safety and compliance consultant is sending representatives to both UK shows to address concerns caused by the Directive coming into force in the UK on December 29, 2009.


The Process and Packaging Machinery Association (PPMA), organisers of the Birmingham event held from September 29 to October 1, 2009, have named Laidler as its preferred supplier of technical consultancy services relating to regulatory matters. The company will be offering a range of advisory and consulting services including telephone and email support for members of the PPMA. Representatives from Laidler will be available during the course of the event to answer questions from visitors regarding machinery safety. Over the three days Laidler says support will be available either on the PPMA stand or on stand B103. Also, it is offering visitors to Stand B103 a copy of the book A Practical Guide to Machinery Safety.

During the following week, at Health and Safety 09, representatives from Laidler will again be on hand to assist with questions regarding the new Machinery Directive or the new EMC Directive.

At the Bolton exhibition Laidler will be co-exhibiting with Safety Systems Technology, part of the Laidler Group, and visitors can register to attend Machinery Directive workshops, which both companies run, taking place in the North West on the November 17 and in the Midlands on November 18. These workshops are designed to highlight both the changes and the implications of the Directive so assist in updating processes.


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