ANNEX I of machinery directive 2006/42/EC - Summary

ANNEX I of machinery directive 2006/42/EC

ESSENTIAL HEALTH AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS applicable for design and manufacturing of machines – general principles

Summary of ANNEX I


GENERAL PRINCIPLES

1. ESSENTIAL HEALTH AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS

1.1. GENERAL REMARKS

1.1.1. Definitions

1.1.2. Principles of safety integration

1.1.3. Materials and products

1.1.4. Lighting

1.1.5 Design of machinery to facilitate its handling

1.1.6. Ergonomics

1.1.7. Operating positions

1.1.8. Seating

1.2. CONTROL SYSTEMS

1.2.1. Safety and reliability of control systems

1.2.2. Control devices

1.2.3. Starting

1.2.4. Stopping

1.2.4.1. Normal stop

1.2.4.2. Operational stop

1.2.4.3. Emergency stop

1.2.4.4. Assembly of machinery

1.2.5. Selection of control or operating modes

1.2.6. Failure of the power supply

1.3. PROTECTION AGAINST MECHANICAL HAZARDS

1.3.1. Risk of loss of stability

1.3.2. Risk of break-up during operation

1.3.3. Risks due to falling or ejected objects

1.3.4. Risks due to surfaces, edges or angles

1.3.5. Risks related to combined machinery

1.3.6. Risks related to variations in operating conditions

1.3.7. Risks related to moving parts

1.3.8.1. Moving transmission parts

1.3.8.2. Moving parts involved in the process

1.3.9. Risks of uncontrolled movements

1.4. REQUIRED CHARACTERISTICS OF GUARDS AND PROTECTIVE DEVICES

1.4.1. General requirements

1.4.2. Special requirements for guards

1.4.2.1. Fixed guards

1.4.2.2. Interlocking movable guards

1.4.2.3. Adjustable guards restricting access

1.4.3. Special requirements for protective devices

1.5. RISKS DUE TO OTHER HAZARDS

1.5.1. Electricity supply

1.5.2. Static electricity

1.5.3. Energy supply other than electricity

1.5.4. Errors of fitting

1.5.5. Extreme temperatures

1.5.6. Fire

1.5.7. Explosion

1.5.8. Noise

1.5.9. Vibrations

1.5.10. Radiation

1.5.11. External radiation

1.5.12. Laser radiation

1.5.13. Emissions of hazardous materials and substances

1.5.14. Risk of being trapped in a machine

1.5.15. Risk of slipping, tripping or falling

1.5.16. Lightning

1.6. MAINTENANCE

1.6.1. Machinery maintenance

1.6.2. Access to operating positions and servicing points

1.6.3. Isolation of energy sources

1.6.4. Operator intervention

1.6.5. Cleaning of internal parts

1.7. INFORMATION

1.7.1. Information and warnings on the machinery

1.7.1.1. Information and information devices

1.7.1.2. Warning devices

1.7.2. Warning of residual risks

1.7.3. Marking of machinery

1.7.4. Instructions

1.7.4.1. General principles for the drafting of instructions

1.7.4.2. Contents of the instructions

1.7.4.3. Sales literature

2. SUPPLEMENTARY ESSENTIAL HEALTH AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTAIN CATEGORIES OF MACHINERY

2.1. FOODSTUFFS MACHINERY AND MACHINERY FOR COSMETICS OR PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS

2.1.1. General

2.1.2. Instructions

2.2. PORTABLE HAND-HELD AND/OR HAND-GUIDED MACHINERY

2.2.1. General

2.2.1.1. Instructions

2.2.2. Portable fixing and other impact machinery

2.2.2.1. General

2.2.2.2. Instructions

2.3. MACHINERY FOR WORKING WOOD AND MATERIAL WITH SIMILAR PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

3. SUPPLEMENTARY ESSENTIAL HEALTH AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS TO OFFSET HAZARDS DUE TO THE MOBILITY OF MACHINERY

3.1. GENERAL

3.1.1. Definitions

3.2. WORK POSITIONS

3.2.1. Driving position

3.2.2. Seating

3.2.3. Positions for other persons

3.3. CONTROL SYSTEMS

3.3.1. Control devices

3.3.2. Starting/moving

3.3.3. Travelling function

3.3.4. Movement of pedestrian-controlled machinery

3.3.5. Control circuit failure

3.4. PROTECTION AGAINST MECHANICAL HAZARDS

3.4.1. Uncontrolled movements

3.4.2. Moving transmission parts

3.4.3. Roll-over and tip-over

3.4.4. Falling objects

3.4.5. Means of access

3.4.6. Towing devices

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

3.5. PROTECTION AGAINST OTHER HAZARDS

3.5.1. Batteries

3.5.2. Fire

3.5.3. Emissions of hazardous substances

3.6. INFORMATION AND INDICATIONS

3.6.1. Signs, signals and warnings

3.6.2. Marking

3.6.3. Instructions

3.6.3.1. Vibrations

3.6.3.2. Multiple uses

4. SUPPLEMENTARY ESSENTIAL HEALTH AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS TO OFFSET HAZARDS DUE TO LIFTING OPERATIONS

4.1. GENERAL

4.1.1. Definitions

4.1.2. Protection against mechanical hazards

4.1.2.1. Risks due to lack of stability

4.1.2.2. Machinery running on guide rails and rail tracks

4.1.2.3. Mechanical strength

4.1.2.4. Pulleys, drums, wheels, ropes and chains

4.1.2.5. Lifting accessories and their components

4.1.2.6. Control of movements

4.1.2.7. Movements of loads during handling

4.1.2.8. Machinery serving fixed landings

4.1.2.8.1. Movements of the carrier

4.1.2.8.2. Access to the carrier

4.1.2.8.3. Risks due to contact with the moving carrier

4.1.2.8.4. Risk due to the load falling off the carrier

4.1.2.8.5. Landings

4.1.3. Fitness for purpose

4.2. REQUIREMENTS FOR MACHINERY WHOSE POWER SOURCE IS OTHER THAN MANUAL EFFORT

4.2.1. Control of movements

4.2.2. Loading control

4.2.3. Installations guided by ropes

4.3. INFORMATION AND MARKINGS

4.3.1. Chains, ropes and webbing

4.3.2. Lifting accessories

4.3.3. Lifting machinery

4.4. INSTRUCTIONS

4.4.1. Lifting accessories

4.4.2. Lifting machinery

5. SUPPLEMENTARY ESSENTIAL HEALTH AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR MACHINERY INTENDED FOR UNDERGROUND WORK

5.1. RISKS DUE TO LACK OF STABILITY

5.2. MOVEMENT

5.3. CONTROL DEVICES

5.4. STOPPING

5.5. FIRE

5.6. EXHAUST EMISSIONS

6. SUPPLEMENTARY ESSENTIAL HEALTH AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR MACHINERY PRESENTING PARTICULAR HAZARDS DUE TO THE LIFTING OF PERSONS

6.1. GENERAL

6.1.1. Mechanical strength

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

6.2. CONTROL DEVICES

6.3. RISKS TO PERSONS IN OR ON THE CARRIER

6.3.1. Risks due to movements of the carrier

6.3.2. Risk of persons falling from the carrier

6.3.3. Risk due to objects falling on the carrier

6.4. MACHINERY SERVING FIXED LANDINGS

6.4.1. Risks to persons in or on the carrier

6.4.2. Controls at landings

6.4.3. Access to the carrier

6.5. MARKINGS