Many clients ask us how to design a machine in compliance with regulations. Too often, it is thought that there is no answer to such a question, but in reality, the first step to designing a machine in compliance is to draft a detailed and relevant risk analysis. The risk analysis document is, therefore, the cornerstone of the certification process, where the designer identifies all technical solutions and standards aimed at mitigating risks.

The drafting of the risk analysis cannot, therefore, be considered a marginal activity but must be carried out with care, expertise, and professionalism by a team of experts not only in technology but also in standards.

A poorly drafted risk analysis could have significant legal implications for the manufacturer, as it is the document considered in the event of legal proceedings following an incident or an indication of presumption of conformity.

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