The UK’s vote to leave the EU has brought about a period of uncertainty for businesses in Britain, Europe and worldwide. The terms and eventual impact of Brexit remain unclear, meaning that thorough preparation for all eventualities is of the utmost importance.
With a projected exit date of 29th March 2019 and a proposed two-year transition period after that; the clock is ticking for businesses to minimise their risks. This must begin with a confident understanding of how Brexit will affect product safety and certification for products sold within, imported from, and exported to the EU.
An overview of the current EU regulatory landscape
How Brexit will impact that landscape
What Brexit means for your existing EU certificates
What steps your business must take to prepare
Mr. Chris Guy
Divisional Director, TÜV SÜD Product Service UK
Chris Guy is Divisional Director of TÜV SÜD Product Service in the UK. He has more than 20 years of experience in a wide range of sectors including consumer, energy, automotive and medical.
Chris’ focus lies in ensuring that the next generation of technology can be safely incorporated into new products entering the market. He has a background in computer science and an interest in wearable technology, smart home appliances and automotive connectivity.