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20 years of Health and Safety Training expert reveals how to comply with the new DMR

by , 18 January 2016
I'm Michele Bowmer. As the Editor of the Health and Safety Training Manual with over 20 years of health and safety training work under my belt, I'm able to share my wisdom on workplace health and safety.

And from my time as a certified Facilitator and an Investigator, I know exactly what you need to train your employees on when it comes to the new Driven Machinery Regulations.

Keep reading below for six key areas that affect your lifting machinery operators…

Do your employees know about the New Driven Machinery Regulations?
You'll be held personally liable if they don't!

I'm pretty sure you know the Driven Machinery Regulations changed in 2015.

But, do your employees know the changes?

Do they know what they can and can't do when using your forklifts, cranes, chains, hoists, saws, grinding machines and any other machinery you have on your premises?

Be careful, you'll get a fine if they don't!

With the Driven Machinery Regulations Compliance Kit, I'll show you how to quickly and easily train your employees on all they need to know…

Click here to find out how!

Six key areas the new Driven Machinery Regulations affect your lifting machinery procedures

  1. Certification and registration of training providers. There are changes to these requirements you need to know;
  2. The certification and registration of lifting machine entities for the servicing, maintenance and changes to lifting machines were made;
  3. The requirement to keep records of the above. You, the employer, now need to provide proof of compliance;
  4. The requirement to keep records of the lifting machine history (owned or hired). Now you, the employer , need to provide proof of compliance;
  5. The addition of other lifting machines to the list of machinery falling under this regulation, where not only lifting machines are now listed but also equipment used on these machines and other lifting items such as lifting tackle; and
  6. Last, but the most important – if the DoL visits they want to see these documents and proof of compliance in all of the above areas.

If you're confused about any of these changes, get your hands on the newly released Driven Machinery Regulations Compliance Kit today!

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