Successful lecture by Christoph Vrenegor at the Osnabrück Chamber of Crafts

Successful lecture by Christoph Vrenegor at the Osnabrück Chamber of Crafts

In March 2024, Christoph Vrenegor, Site Manager of Lauer CE-Safety in Coesfeld, was a guest speaker at the Osnabrück - Emsland - Grafschaft Bentheim Chamber of Crafts. The topic of the seminar was ‘Exchange of experience for welding supervisors’, an advanced training event that met with great interest.
Mr Vrenegor gave two informative presentations, which were met with great interest by the participants: Firstly, he shed light on the ‘New EU Machinery Regulation’, a highly topical subject of great relevance to the industry. The latest developments and changes to the regulation were presented to bring the audience up to date. In the second presentation, Mr Vrenegor addressed ‘The importance of the Machinery Directive and Regulation for the machine operator’. This area is of crucial importance for companies that operate machines and systems and therefore received special attention.

Various questions and views emerged and the following was summarised:
The aim must be to clearly define responsibilities and prevent the growth of bureaucracy.
Special topics were

  • The entirety of machines
  • Total CE
  • Conformity procedures
  • Extended workbench
  • Responsibility of the supplier
  • Responsibility of the manufacturer
  • Responsibility of the operator

The Lauer team is currently developing a one-day training course that deals with the practical implementation of the new
EU Machinery Regulation and provides solutions to the discussions and questions.
The training event enjoyed a high number of participants and a lively exchange between the attendees. The opportunity to share experiences and learn from experts such as Christoph Vrenegor was greatly appreciated by the participants.
Lauer CE-Safety is proud that Mr Vrenegor was able to make a valuable contribution to this seminar as a competent and experienced expert. Such events underline the company's commitment to continuous training and the exchange of expertise within the industry.