According to TRGS 554, a diesel-fuelled construction machine shall only be used in enclosed areas when equipped with a diesel particulate filter. To facilitate identification in the field a decal has been created.
After the foundation of the working group MiC 4.0, the concrete work begins. The first step is for manufacturers to agree on a uniform and common understanding of the data defined within the framework of ISO 15143-3.
The European Commission (DG GROW) is currently finalising the evaluation of the Outdoor Noise Directive (OND). The conclusions will be published in a staff working document and a report to be adopted by the College of Commissioners.
The safety manual contains important information on how to operate concrete delivery and placing machines safely, properly and economically. It is available in 29 languages. The manual is updated once a year and is published by the Construction – Equipment and Plant Engineering Association.
VDMA Construction Machinery and Building Material Plants founded the working group "Maschines in Construction - MiC 4.0" as part of bauma. The aim is to work together with all players in the entire value chain to meet the challenges of digitisation that lie ahead of the industry.
In accordance with the decisions of the General Assemblies of CEN and CENELEC of 23 November 2018, BSI will continue to be a full member of CEN and CENELEC, regardless of the conditions under which the UK leaves the EU.
Without a withdrawal agreement UK type approvals will cease to be valid in the EU from 30 March 2019. After a quick adoption procedure, the EU Commission therefore has published a new regulation complementing Union type-approval legislation.
The subject Outdoor Noise takes up again. Within the scope of "Working Group of the Outdoor Noise Directive 2000 / 14 / EC" which met on the 23rd of February, 2018 Deskofficer Mario Gabrielle Cossellu informed that a public consultation was begun.
The EU Commission is very pleased to announce that the Inception impact assessment (roadmap) for the possible revision of Directive 2000/14/EC on noise emission in the environment by equipment for use outdoors was published today 27 November 2017 in the "Better Regulation".
This month we are updating our privacy statement to better understand what information we collect and why. We have also taken steps to improve our features to protect your information and privacy.
There is no change to your current settings or how your data is processed. We have merely improved the explanation of our procedures and explain to you in more detail what options you have to update, manage and delete your data.
We take the protection of your personal data and their confidential treatment very seriously.
General information about the scope of processing of your personal data and about your data protection rights can be found at www.vdma.org/datenschutz.
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