We are a prominent Service Provider offering Machinery Directive Consultancy in Canada. The scope of the Machinery Directive is extended, since construction-site hoists and cartridge-operated fixing and other impact machinery will no longer be excluded. The borderline between the Machinery and the Low Voltage Directive is clarified. The distinction will no longer be made on the basis of the "main risk". Instead, the new Machinery Directive lists six categories of electrical machinery that are subject to the Low Voltage Directive - for other electrical machinery, the safety objectives of the Low Voltage Directive apply for the electrical risks, but the obligations concerning conformity assessment and the placing on the market are governed by the Machinery Directive. The borderline with the Lifts Directive has also been clarified. The new text modifies the scope of the Lifts Directive so that lifts with a travel speed no greater than 0.15 m/s will be excluded from the Lifts Directive and will thus be subject to the Machinery Directive. We have a team of experienced Machinery Directive Consultants to provide the best directive solutions. Our Machinery Directive Services can be availed by the clients from almost any industry.