Technical Documentation

Legal Aspects and Normative Requirements 2

Integrated course, 4.00 ECTS


Course content

Course content - Copyright, - Normative requirements for the techn. Documentation, e.g. DIN EN 82079 - Compliance - Machinery Directive 2006/42 / EC (MRL) - Product Safety Act (ProdSG) - Product Liability Act (PHG), liability for risks and indebtedness, duty to instruct - Machine safety regulation (MSV) - Risk analysis according to EN ISO 12100 (safety of machines) - Implementation and documentation of an exemplary risk assessment - Fundamentals of EN ISO 13849 (safety-related parts of control systems) - Data protection and data security Teaching objectives / acquisition of competence Students can - describe the liability for risk and fault as well as the instruction obligation. - interpret the machinery directive. - Create risk analyzes (in tabular form). - create operating instructions in accordance with standards. - Use the normative safety signs, prohibition, warning and mandatory signs as well as signal words in user information. - meet applicable requirements for the profession of technical editor. - perform the function of a CE representative. Recommended literature Guide to the application of the Machinery Directive 2006/42 / EC ISBN 978-3-410-23835-5 Functional safety of machines ISBN 978-3-88383-771-0 Machines for Europe in accordance with European standards ISBN 978-3-410 -23847-8 Risk assessment according to 2006/42 / EG ISBN 978-3-410-23405-0 Technical documentation: Standards for technical product documentation and document management ISBN 978-3-410-24015-0 Various standards and guidelines (e.g. 2006/42 / EG, EN ISO 12100, EN ISO 13849)

Learning outcomes

The students have detailed knowledge of relevant laws, guidelines and standards. You can create risk analyzes and conformity assessments and represent them accordingly.

Recommended or required reading and other learning resources / tools

Books: see courses in specialist magazines

Mode of delivery

Lecture and exercise (ILV)

Prerequisites and co-requisites

Module 6

Assessment methods and criteria

Vorlesung: schriftliche Abschlussprüfung; Übung: Bewertung der laufend fälligen Abgaben und Mitarbeit beziehungsweise der Beiträge in den eLearning-Phasen.