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Compliance Beyond Brexit

Online Workshop

Brexit has happened and we have now officially left the EU, but what does that mean for you?

Following Brexit, we have now entered a transition period but there is still a lot of confusion in the market with more questions than answers. With many UK manufacturers looking not at just a UK market but also continuing selling their products in Europe and beyond, we need to understand how we can move forwards beyond Brexit.

This workshop will focus on implications for manufacturers and exporters and will cover the following topics, presented by both internal and external experts:

  • Legal frameworks
  • Notified bodies and UK Conformity Assessment
  • Global Market Access (GMA)

The workshop will end with a panel discussion with all our internal and external experts presenting at the event, giving you a good opportunity to voice any questions that you have regarding the Brexit process and what it means for you going forwards.


ABOUT THE SPEAKERs

This workshop will bring together internal and external industry experts, joining different backgrounds and expertise.

  • DAI DAVIS | Partner, Percy Crow Davis & Co

    Dai Davis, being both a Lawyer and Chartered Engineer is well placed to explore these issue. He holds Masters degrees in both Physics and Computer Science. He is a Chartered Engineer and Member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology. Dai has for decades consistently been recommended in the Legal 500 and in Chambers Guides to the Legal Profession. Having been national head of Intellectual Property Law and later national head of Information Technology law at Eversheds, Dai is now a partner in his own specialist law practice, Percy Crow Davis & Co.

    He has a nationwide legal practice and travels regularly throughout the UK. Dai advises clients on intellectual property in Information Technology products, and all types of computer and technology law issues including such topical matters as Data Protection, Open Source, IT Security and Cloud Computing issues. Dai is a non-executive director of FAST (The Federation Against Software Theft) and a Freeman of the City of London through the WCIT (Worshipful Company of Information Technologists).

    Dai has practised for over two decades in high-tech product safety and product recall, including the law relating to CE Marking. Dai can be contacted on 07785 771 721 or [email protected]

  • JON LEA | Certification Manager, TÜV SÜD

    Jon has more than 30 years’ experience working in the areas of test and certification over a diverse range of products primarily at a test and certification laboratory.

    He is currently the TÜV SÜD UK Certification Manager for a team of engineers dealing with various certification schemes. He is the global TÜV SÜD RED Senior Product Speciallist for all TÜV SÜD RED notified bodies and is RED appointed under NB0123(DE), NB0168(GB) and NB2443(DK). His most recent technical focus has been on the evolving complexities of placing 5G New Radio Base Stations and User Equipment on the European market and Cybersecurity.

  • ROB CAMPLING | Business Line Manager (IOT & GMA), TÜV SÜD

    Rob Campling has been assisting manufacturers with their Global Market Access requirements for 10 years, working in multiple positions across the TIC industry globally. In this time Rob has helped to obtain 1000’s of certificates for 100’s of Manufacturers and their products, across 99% of the worlds countries.

    Primarily he has helped Wireless Electronics Manufacturers, where they arguably face tougher regulatory requirements; but he is able to advise, assist, and ultimately help certify any electrical product, to be placed on any market.

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