CE Marking - an Introduction and Practical Guide - Southampton, New Place Hotel, Tuesday, 28. January 2020

What is CE Marking?
Our CE Marking training course provides a practical approach to what you need to know to place your products on the market and into service.  The course covers the principles of CE Marking for all fields, drawing on examples from our knowledge and experience with consumer products, children's products, electrical goods and electronics.
Course Content

What is CE Marking?
CE marking law

Directives and regulations:- which apply to our products?Scope:- what products are covered?

Obligations:- what do we need to do?
Conformity assessment:- how do we prove compliance?
Enforcement & authorities
Legal status of directives
Market surveillance- Powers of enforcement authorities
Placing on the market/putting into service
Technical files and Testing- Declaration of conformity- Selecting the right standard- EC Official journal- Non-harmonised standards
Example directives
Low Voltage devices (LVD)
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
Restriction of hazardous substances (RoHS)
Energy related products (ErP)
Beyond CE Marking
General product safety directive
International certification schemes

Course ObjectivesDelegates will gain a good understanding of the key issues relating to CE Marking, from the principles of the actual requirements that need to be satisfied.  This will include some practical skills to enable you to implement and manage these requirements within your company.
By the end  of this training course you will be able to:

Understand what CE Marking is
Explain CE Marking to others
Understand how to demonstrate compliance
Creat a Declaration of Conformity
Prepare a technical file

Who Should Attend
Anyone involved in the design, development, production and selling of products that are placed on the European market. This includes, design engineers, project managers, engineering managers, approvals engineers, quality managers, sales managers. In particular those who sign the Declaration of Conformity. This course is intended to inform those that do not already understand CE Marking requirements and to clarify and reinforce the understanding of those already familiar with the concepts.
Your Presenter - Alastair McLaughlin
 Alastair McLaughlin is a Senior Engineer and Product Safety Specialist at TÜV SÜD Product Service and has worked in Consumer Product testing and compliance Management since 1993.

For further information please contact Sandie Houghton,

Tuesday, 28. January 2020, New Place Hotel, CE Marking - an Introduction and Practical Guide - Southampton

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