For Installers Who Value Safety

For Installers Who Value Safety

To receive a CAMESAFE Certificate, installers must undertake an assessed 2 day training course. The course is composed of 11 assessed modules.

Course Modules

Module 1 - Understanding the Machinery Directives & EN Standards

A detailed look at the Machinery Directive and EN Standards, how they relate to UK law, the differences between the two and how to respond as automation installers.

Module 3 - Swing Gate Installation - Achieving EN Compliance

Protecting swing gate automation systems, avoiding trapping on gate wing opening & closing, solutions to reversing gates in motion.

Module 5 - Barrier Installation - Achieving EN Compliance

The specifics of what to identify and protect on automatic barrier systems.

Module 7 - Documentation, what you need to keep in your technical file

  • » Required Pre-Installation Documentation
  • » Force Test Documentation
  • » Physical & electrical site plan
  • » Identification of specific hazards
  • » CE Testing Report
  • » CE Declaration of Conformity
  • » Service & breakdown maintenance

Module 9 - Additional Safety Accessory Options

Alternative options for meeting EN12453 including equipment to apply Safety Solution E.

Module 11 - Equipment Suitability, Specifying CAME Automation

A final overview of when and where to use CAME EN Automation equipment when specifying automation to meet UK law.

Module 2 - Undertaking Risk Assessments before Installation

  • » Assessing the site.
  • » Completing risk assessment documentation.
  • » Utilising CAME tools and templates.
  • » What to keep in your technical file.

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Module 4 - Sliding Gate Installation - Achieving EN Compliance

Identifying & protecting sliding gate automation systems, avoiding snagging & shearing.

Module 6- How to Complete a Force Test Evaluation

  • » What is force testing
  • » Undertaking a force test on gates & barriers
  • » Where to test
  • » Documenting & analysing the data.

Module 8 - Installation Handover, Guidelines & Documentation

What you should provide to the end user in terms of explanation, example and documentation.

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Module 10 - Periodic Maintenance & On-Going Servicing

A guide to the requirements of on-going maintenance of automated gates and barriers.

Module Summary

Day 1
Morning

Module 1 - Understanding the Machinery Directives & EN Standards

Module 2 - Undertaking Risk Assessments before Installation

Afternoon

Module 3 - Swing Gate Installation - Achieving EN Compliance

Module 4 - Sliding Gate Installation - Achieving EN Compliance

Module 5 - Barrier Installation - Achieving EN Compliance

Day 2
Morning

Module 6 - How to Complete a Force Test Evaluation

Module 7 - Documentation, what you need to keep in your technical file

Module 8 - Installation Handover, Guidelines & Documentation

Afternoon

Module 9 - Additional Safety Accessory Options

Module 10 - Periodic Maintenance & On-Going Servicing

Module 11 - Equipment Suitability, Specifying CAME Automation

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CAME UK Ltd.
Unit 3 Orchard Park Industrial Estate
Town Street, Sandiacre, Nottingham. NG10 5BP.

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