Who we are

What we do and what we specialise in

Fenay Machine Safety Ltd have been in business since 1998, we are a specialised company dealing primarily with machinery maintenance and required compliancy upgrades (PUWER) to all types of manual, woodworking and engineering machines in all sectors of Education, Public Sector and Private industry. If you are looking for a maintenance package to keep your equipment working safely and efficiently please contact FMS on fenay@btconnect.com or 01484 352100

Services which we provide:

PPM Machinery Servicing/ Testing includes certification, and report on machine condition / safeguarding

PUWER / Machine Risk Assessment Safeguarding Reports

PUWER compliance/Safeguarding work

LEV Extraction Systems, Replacement Filters, Modification and Installations

A full range of Safety Training Services

Mechanical and Electrical Fault Find and Repairs

Existing Workshop Configuration/ New Workshop Relocation-Installation

New Machine Installation

What is P.U.W.E.R.?

Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations

PUWER replaces the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1992 and carries forward these existing requirements with a few changes and additions, for example, the inspection of work equipment and specific new requirements for mobile work equipment. Many aspects of PUWER should, therefore, be familiar to you. Please visit the HSE website for further guidance/free downloads.

What does PUWER do?

In general terms, the regulations require that equipment provided for use at work is:

What do the Regulations require me to do?

Regulation 5 – Maintenance PUWER (Fourth Edition 2014 L22)

(1) Every employer shall ensure that work equipment is maintained in an efficient state, in efficient working order and in good repair.
(2) Every employer shall ensure that where any machinery has a maintenance log, the log is kept up to date.
75. Where safety-critical parts could fail and cause the equipment, guards or other protection devices to fail and lead to immediate or hidden potential risks, a formal system of planned preventative or condition –based maintenance is likely to be needed.
79. Maintenance workers. Maintenance work should only be done by those who are competent to do the work.