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TUV SUD

Octagon House
Concorde Way
Segensworth North
Fareham, Hampshire
PO15 5RL
United Kingdom

Telephone : 03300 169 924
Fax : 4 @ Hazardex Live! 2023
Email : info.uk@tuvsud.com
Web : https://www.tuvsud.com/en-gb/services/testing


Article archive for TUV SUD;

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    Navigating the new Machinery Regulation(29/05/2024)

    The EU Machinery Regulation (EU) 2023/1230 was published in the EU Official Journal on 29 June 2023 and will replace the current Machinery Directive (Directive 2006/42/EC).

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    Alternative approaches to product safety testing(02/04/2024)

    Traditionally, safety testing has been done at an off-site test house. However, there is an alternative, and equally comprehensive, approach that manufacturers may want to consider.

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    A dynamic approach to safety in smart manufacturing(31/10/2023)

    While Industry 4.0 (I4.0) sees reduced risk in several areas, the range and flexibility of connected interfaces introduce a new set of issues. As production facilities become more complex, operators must manage a rapidly evolving system that incorporates multiple interdependencies, while minimising downtime. It is therefore vital to consider the shifting landscape of risk, which is why I4.0 requires a new risk management approach that is customised to each actual use case.

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    Machinery fire prevention and protection(04/09/2023)

    The Health and Safety Executive states that most fires are preventable and that those responsible for workplaces can avoid them by adopting the right behaviours.

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    Powering the future of zero-emission vehicles(02/06/2023)

    Vehicle manufacturers are investing heavily in electric vehicle (EV) R&D to transform the way we drive, and battery development is at the heart of this process.

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    Increasing supply chain sustainability(31/03/2023)

    Supply chain customers are increasingly demanding that their suppliers quantify environmental aspects themselves, using key performance indicators to identify areas of alignment and opportunities for improvement.

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    Implementing NB-IoT(02/03/2023)

    Specifically designed for machine communications, NarrowBand IoT (NB-IoT) facilitates the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and enhances manufacturing, by enabling smart processes. Using a low-power, wide-area network (LPWAN), NB-IoT enables multiple devices and services, that require small amounts of data over long periods, to be connected securely using cellular bands, at low cost and low power.

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    Don’t pay lip service to your technical file(06/01/2023)

    The UKCA (United Kingdom Conformity Assessment) mark will be required for most products placed on the market in England, Scotland and Wales (GB) from 1 January 2025. At present, UKCA requirements align well with CE marking, but over time, divergence is possible.

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    Robots and robot controller safety(03/11/2022)

    Industry is integrating increasing numbers of robots factory wide, and an ever-increasing number of manufacturing and logistics processes are now fully automated. The rise of human-robot collaboration is expanding.

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    “Keep the noise down!”: Preventing sound-related damages(31/08/2022)

    Employers and duty holders are required under the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER) to provide workers with equipment that meets relevant supply laws. They must also adhere to the Control of Noise at Work Regulations, and the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) offers guidance which sets out an employer’s legal obligations.

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    Clean energy businesses urged to take advantage of government funding(05/08/2022)

    TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory is calling upon businesses within the clean energy industry to take advantage of funding offered by Innovate UK as part of its Analysis for Innovators (A4I) programme.

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    Machinery cybersecurity: Optimising resilience(03/05/2022)

    As cyber-physical systems are deployed, new vulnerabilities may emerge and a cyberattack can put an entire industrial facility at risk. Vulnerabilities include a lack of knowledge about how to apply IT security protection to machinery that has not traditionally required it, as well as systems running legacy communication networks with which today’s cybersecurity software is incompatible.

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    TÜV SÜD launches Academy to optimise UK industry compliance(02/02/2022)

    TÜV SÜD launches its Academy to help UK organisations cost effectively upskill their employees to optimise business performance, improve product compliance efficiency and minimise time to market.

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    Machinery risk assessment(01/02/2022)

    Many machinery owners assume that, if their equipment has the CE or UKCA marking, no further action is required. However, the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER) applies to all work equipment, regardless of its age, including equipment that carries those marks.

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    TÜV SÜD invests £1.65 million in new UK EMC test facility(16/12/2021)

    TÜV SÜD is investing £1.65 million in a 1,800m2 fully automated EMC and RF testing facility.

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