Compliance and residual risk assessment - horizontally acting doors
DHF - Door & Hardware Federation
About the CPD course
This webinar explains how to conduct a compliance and residual risk assessment on horizontally moving industrial doors; garage doors and powered gates. It takes you through the process of identifying all potential hazards; assessing if they are adequately controlled in accordance with the standard. The webinar also covers how to conduct a site and system specific residual risk assessment of the finished system to gauge the need for additional measures such as warning lamps; signage; marking; vehicle safety or traffic control.
Originally formed in 1897, dhf has over 400 members and is the ‘go to’ place for technical advice and training which lends itself to raising the standards of the industry. We are regarded as the ‘Centre of Excellence’, with a network of professional staff members as well as external consultants that can provide support in all sectors, making us a single source for technical expertise, information, knowledge, advice, and practical help.
As a federation, we support our various industry sectors by representing them on BSI standards committees, liaising with compliance authorities such as the Health and Safety Executive and Trading Standards as well as fire safety organisations across the UK and Europe.