CE marking is a process that allows manufacturers to declare that their product complies with all applicable European Community Directives.
A declaration of conformity, issued by the manufacturer or its authorised representative, allows the product to be marked with the CE mark and offered for sale in the EU. Machinery may not be offered for sale in the EU without CE marking unless it falls within one of the Machinery Directive exclusion categories. CE marking according to the requirements of the Machinery Directive is mandatory for machines offered for sale in the European Union.
The CE marking process is often relatively simple, but requires an interpretation of the requirements of the directives applicable to the product to be marked and, in the case of the Machinery Directive, a risk assessment against the applicable Essential Health and Safety Requirements.
This webinar will introduce the European Machinery Directive, other applicable Directives and the CE marking process to help you meet your legal requirements.
Join us on Thursday 18th August, 2pm
EXPERT PROFILE: Neil Dyson
Neil Dyson has over 25 years in automation and machinery. He has experienced a wide variety of compliance within CE marking, PUWER and auditing both in sales and engineering as a consultant in the UK and abroad.