CE Marking of Consumer Products and Professional Electronics - Cambridge
Wednesday, 13 June 2012 from 09:00 to 16:30 (BST)
What is CE Marking?
This training course is intended to provide a practical approach guide to what you need to know about the CE marking requirements for consumer products and electronic equipment placed on the European Market
CE marking and your legal obligations:
Overview of Toy Safety, LV, EMC and RTTE Directives
When to CE label and when not to CE label
Technical documentation required to demonstrate compliance
Delegates will gain a good understanding of the key issues relating to CE marking from the principles CE marking represents to the actual requirements that need to be satisfied. This will include some practical skills to enable them to implement and manage these requirements within their own company.
Alastair McLaughlin, Product Safety Specialist, has over 17 years experience in Consumer Product Testing and Compliance Management, working for suppliers to WH Smiths and Woolworths, and for Radica Games, Mattel and TÜV SÜD Product Service.
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. The material 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.
For further information please contact Sandie Houghton, SHoughton@tuvps.co.uk.
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