CAME’s flagship EN safety accreditation course
The most comprehensive EN Safety training available
Safety is of paramount importance for the whole CAME Group. It’s at the heart of product innovation throughout the CAME range. In 2007, CAME were the only UK company to support a new pro-active initiative on delivering EN Standards safety information to the nationwide network of automation installers. This initiative, in conjunction with the NSCGB, was fully funded and supported by CAME and was attended throughout the country by over 1500 installers in a two year period, 2007 to 2008.
During 2009 CAME in-house training material was re-designed to include EN safety as an integral part of the CAME program of training courses. This meant that new and existing installers were informed of their requirements to meet UK law pertaining to gate and automation safety. In 2010, a new EN Safety course was developed to compliment the existing courses and to provide installers with an in-depth understanding of the EN Standards.
After a number of regrettable accidents hit the national headlines, it was clear that there was still a need for better understanding within the industry and 7 additional emergency dates for the EN course were added, including 3 dates in the south of the UK. In 7 days, around 350 installers attended these courses.
2011 saw the launch of a new in depth, fully revised safety course curriculum – the CAMESAFE Certificate. Over 300 Installers attended the course and received their CAMESAFE credentials. Keeping safety at the forefront of our focus for 2016 & 2017, the CAMESAFE course has been further expanded and updated to incorporate UK localisation of European Law as well as attaining a recognised national accreditation from EDI.
Who is it for?
The CAMESAFE Course is intended for individuals who need a greater understanding of the European regulations relating to gate & automation installations.
What will I get out of it?
Attendees will receive a comprehensive guide through the maze of UK European laws and standards applicable to the gate automation industry with advice and solutions for eliminating risks during & after installation and steps to becoming compliant.
What will I receive?
Attendees who are able to prove their learning outcomes will also receive an approved certificate and a unique CAMESAFE Installer ID. Successful attendees will receive sample CE documentation, sample risk assessment forms and a comprehensive force testing guide.
How many people will attend?
Each course is attended by a maximum of 24 attendees. There will be plenty of opportunities to ask questions throughout the two days both during breaks and over lunch.
How will the course be presented?
Our experienced course leader will give an informative theoretical presentation using projector slides and demonstrations in a classroom style environment. Attendees will have an opportunity to undertake force testing and understand additional safety measures that can be applied to automation systems. Attendees will be assessed at regular intervals throughout the two days.
Attendees who attain CAMESAFE Installer status are entitled to use their individual CAMESAFE Installer badge to promote the highest quality of installation, concerning automation safety.