Consider the impact of a serious accident caused by the failure of a coffee machines steam system. As well as the potential injury to staff and customers, there are financial implications and brand reputation to consider.
CoffeeSafe is working hard to proactively improve safety standards, which is an integral part of our business.
CoffeeSafe work in close partnership with industry manufacturers, suppliers and service providers to maintain the safety of traditional espresso and bean to cup coffee machines, and to continually raise industry standards.
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Safety of Pressure Systems
The Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 (PSSR) require that Users and Owners ensure examinations are carried out at regular intervals
The Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 (PSSR) cover the safe design and use of pressure systems.
The aim of PSSR is to prevent serious injury from the hazard of stored energy (pressure) as a result of the failure of a pressure system or one of its component parts. Learn more ...
Coffee Machine Users and Owners
Once a pressure system is installed, the primary duty for compliance rests with the User
The revised PSSR ACOP and guidance is aimed at duty holders under PSSR who are involved with pressure systems used at work.
It is for Users, Owners, competent persons, designers, manufacturers, importers, suppliers and installers of pressure systems used at work.
CoffeeSafe together with our approved partners can help you with compliance. Learn more ...
Service Engineer Training
Training provided by the CoffeeSafe partnership aims to improve the safety of pressure systems by focusing purely on issues that affect the safety of the whole system and not just pressure vessels.
It is amazing that after 30 years of "pressure systems" legislation most inspection companies are still focused on the pressure vessel and not the whole system. All of our courses are focused on the whole system and the whole of the regulations, not just one element. Learn more ...
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