Secutify Solo

Risk Assessment Software for CE Marking

Secutify supports you with risk assessments for CE marking according to the Machinery Directive. Using your own templates, you can create your documentation even easier and faster.

Secutify Solo Risk Analysis

About us

What we do.

We provide small and medium-sized companies with access to modern technologies that support them in implementing the Machinery Directive and help them to be competitive with larger competitors.

Designing safe machinery

Secutify Solo Risk Assessment guides you step by step through the process of machine risk assessment. Design engineers and CE representatives use it to create your documentation easily, quickly and efficiently.

Risk assessment according to EN ISO 12100

Risk Assessment

1. defining the limits of the machine
2. identifying the hazards
3. perform risk estimation
4. assess risks

prozess en iso 12100

Determination of the limits of the machine

The preparation of the risk assessment begins with the definition of the limits of the machine, taking into account the operating modes and the phases of the machine’s life cycle. Predefined selection fields facilitate data input.

Select Task
Operating modes/tasks are already predefined.
Select phase of life
Select the required life cycle phases quickly and easily.

Marking hazard zones

With the Hazardous Zones feature, hazardous areas can be drawn directly into overview drawings and plans in Secutify. This makes them quick and easy to find.

Marking hazard zones
Load your construction plans as an image file into Secutify and mark hazard zones there.

Identification of the hazards

Then, step by step, you identify possible hazards. In doing so, you use already recorded hazard zones and predefined Secutify catalogs. Among other things, Secutify catalogs contain standardized templates for tasks (operating modes), life phases, user groups and possible hazard consequences according to EN ISO 12100 (Appendix B).

The Secutify catalogs are available for all projects. This makes it even easier and faster for you to enter your documentation.

With the combined hazard identification, you can record recurring hazard patterns efficiently and clearly.

Identified hazards
For each possible hazard, use the hazard zones you have already recorded. Tasks and hazard sequences can be quickly and easily inserted from the Secutify catalogs.

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Risk estimation

After identifying the hazards, a risk estimation must be performed for each hazard situation.

To determine the initial risk, use the integrated risk graph as a proven method for evaluating a hazard or risk, regardless of the machine type.

Risk graph for risk estimation

Risk Assessment

With the risk assessment, you finally document whether the targets for risk reduction have been achieved. A sufficient risk reduction is present if it at least meets the legal requirements, taking into account the state of the art.

Risk reduction according to the three-step iterative procedure according to EN ISO 12100
Risk reduction according to the three-step iterative procedure according to EN ISO 12100

Applied documents

References to applied standards, directives, applied documents and pictograms facilitate documentation.

Use your existing standards for risk assessment. There is no need to purchase the standards or standards licenses for Secutify again.

Risk reduction with corresponding documents
Leverage your existing standards in Secutfy and refer to the appropriate documents for risk reduction.


The documentation according to EN ISO 12100 must show the method used and the results obtained. Reference should also be made to applied standards or other specifications used to select the protective measures. Secutify clearly guides you through this procedure and allows you to output the documentation as a report in PDF format.

Create report template
Use report templates to define which parts of the report should be output as PDF files.
Risk assessment report
The result: well-structured, clearly reports of your risk assessment.

Assess risks efficiently.