03. December 2019 - 9:30 till 15:30
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Getting Your CE Marking Right | The Jurys Inn Hotel Nottingham | Tuesday, 03. December 2019

Please note, the workshop element of the event takes place in the morning. Optional one-to-one meetings with the CE Marking experts are available after lunch - if you do not require this service, there is no obligation to stay.
With the correct CE Marking providing manufacturers with market access to the whole European Economic Area, and the potential changes which will come into effect when the UK exits the EU, it is crucial for businesses to be aware of the relevant requirements and processes.
This presentation followed by one-to-one clinics, delivered by Enterprise Europe Network, will give companies in machinery, electrical, explosive atmospheres and pressure equipment sectors  an overview of the CE marking process and the chance to ask any specific questions you might have. You will gain an understanding of the CE marking directives and learn how to identify and apply them. It will demonstrate the responsibilities you have toward CE marking your products and any relevant testing and certification.
Topics Covered


Legislative background


Summary of Directives and standards


Responsibilities


The CE marking process


Standards and harmonized standards


Technical files and Declarations


Testing and assessment


Resources 


Companies needing an understanding of the CE marking directives, and product designers, managers, importers and exporters, purchasing professionals and quality managers in the machinery, electrical, explosive atmospheres and pressure equipment sectors are encouraged to attend.
Please note, there is a limit of one delegate per company at this event. Non-attendance without prior notification may incur a £30 +VAT charge per delegate.


General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) notice:
This event is planned and delivered by East Midlands Chamber (Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire) “the Chamber” () as part of the Enterprise Europe Network for England, Northern Ireland and Wales “EEN” (). This event is funded by EEN. As a result, a range of data points must be collected to assess your eligibility to attend this funded event. To comply with funding requirements, the Chamber and EEN delivery partners collect and store your registration data for auditing and project evaluation purposes. The Chamber will retain your records for no longer than is necessary, and in accordance with our privacy notice. The Chamber will not share your data with any other third parties that are not involved with the delivery of the event or funding of the project. You can see the Chamber’s full privacy policy here. You can see EEN Terms and Conditions here.