Global Technical Compliance
Does your company intend to supply mechanical or electro-mechanical machinery and/or electrical and electronic products (including control panels) outside of the EU?
Whatever outcome there is to Brexit negotiations it will remain vitally important for companies to make sure that their product technical files and risk analyses are comprehensive, up to date and clearly documented whether products are being sold in the UK or in the EU.
Companies trading within the European Union (EU) know that their products require CE Marking - this indicates that the product can be legally supplied and ensures free movement throughout the European market. CE marking is mandated by European Directives, but what about the rest of the world?
This half-day, intensive seminar is aimed at companies looking beyond the EU and will provide up-to-date and relevant information on global standards' requirements for product and component safety.
The seminar will also provide compliance guidelines for key global trading areas and focus on those that are of particular interest to participants attending.
Companies planning to trade or currently trading in the global marketplace will find this seminar extremely useful.
Terms & conditions
- If there is insufficient demand for workshops we reserve the right to reschedule or cancel.
The booking fee is only refundable if more than 10 working days’ notice of cancellation is given.
|09:00||Registration & Tea/Coffee|
|09:30||Welcome & Introductions|
|09:40||Compliance for Export|
|10:15||Trading Group 1: North America|
|11:15||Trading Group 2. Brazil, Russia, India & China (BRIC)|
|12:00||Trading Group 3. Middle East & Australasia|
|12:30||Trading Group 4. Rest of the World|
|13:00||Close & Lunch|