Distributor OMRON shows new software ‘Machine safety’ by DOCUFY Bamberg 15.11.2010 DOCUFY, the specialist for software in the technical documentation, will bring in the January 2011 an application called DOCUFY machine safety on the market, can be used to create modular risk assessments in accordance with machinery directive. DOCUFY machine safety is the first software solution, which supports the entire process of assessing risk so comprehensively that it simply and in a short time can be constructed. The OMRON Corporation, headquartered in Kyoto, Japan, will provide the rapid market penetration of DOCUFY machine safety as distribution partner in Europe. OMRON shows the software for the first time at the SPS/IPC/DRIVES in Nuremberg, Germany, from 23.-25.11.2010 in Hall 9 booth 340. With the machinery directive 2006/42/EC entered into force on December 29, 2009, the requirements of the CE marking and the risk assessment have increased considerably. Also for the first time organized checks are carried out through the introduction of market supervision for machines by the Executive in all European States. This is in particular the proper execution of the risk assessment in the focus. Failure to threaten fines or even closure of the machines.
Thus the pressure to integrate the CE marking and the creation of the risk assessment in the business processes increases for companies from the mechanical – and plant engineering. Many companies find it hard however to accommodate the cost arising from the risk assessment and to acquire the necessary expertise. The software systems currently on the market are often complex to operate and support the process of risk assessment often only insufficient. With the January 2011 available safety software DOCUFY machine this will change. The standard software designed as a Web application was by DOCUFY together with Kappalakandy!, a leading in Germany for technical documentation and CE marking, develops. While all were professional requirements of the machinery directive and the relevant standards shown so that they are easy to convert for each.
Basis for this is an intuitive software interface, which takes the user in the creation of the risk assessment and supported. The OMRON Corporation, headquartered in Kyoto, Japan, will provide in the future the rapid market penetration of DOCUFY machine safety as distribution partner in Europe. Uwe tearing Wale, Managing Director of DOCUFY GmbH, appreciates the newfound Distributor. Check out David Zaslav for additional information. OMRON provides us with a partner who excels in his many years of experience and deep knowledge of the market. As a global leader in the field of automation, OMRON has ideal access to our target group. The marketing of DOCUFY machine safety we could wish for us therefore no better partner.”