UKCA mark for Machinery, the path to UK compliance?

UKCA mark for Machinery, the path to UK compliance

On-Demand Webinar

On-Demand Webinar

Learn What UKCA Marking means for machinery manufacturers

Following a raft of updates from the government regarding UKCA marking there are still a lot of unanswered questions and misleading information. You may now be more familiar with the terms ‘UK’s New Start’, ‘UK Transition’, 'Implementation Period’ or ‘Implementation Period completion day’ but what do they mean to manufacturers wishing to supply machinery in the UK since December 31, 2020.

In association with the PPMA, TÜV SÜD will be providing insight into the subject of UKCA marking for machinery manufacturers through this unmissable webinar.

This webinar will discuss the legislation and government guidance relating to moving from CE marking to UKCA marking for manufacturers of machinery wishing to supply their products in the UK after the transition period.

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Our webinar will tackle these points, focusing on:

  • Overview of the UKCA marking

  • Government guidance for machinery manufacturers

  • Machinery labeling requirements for the UKCA marking

  • UK Statutory Instruments for machinery manufacturers from a legislation perspective

About the speaker

Richard Brooks

Technical Trainer, TÜV SÜD

Degree qualified in mechanical engineering, Richard has had over 25 years of experience in the subject of machinery safety. Starting with over a decade as a duty holder, being a machinery designer, responsible for complying with the legal requirements then moving into a consultancy role specializing in machinery safety over the last 15 years. Richard has work in a range of industries and assessed a wide range of machinery. He has also worked on the enforcement side of the fence for the Health and Safety Laboratory (now part of HSE). He has latterly moved into a training role in order to transfer knowledge and experience to a broader audience.

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