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Location/Date: New York, NY, United States 07/20/2017 - 07/20/2017
Event Summary:
U.S. companies selling their electrical products into the EU. need a CE Mark. The speakers of this program will discuss what US manufacturers should know about CE Markings, testing & certification requirements, recent changes in the law and newly enacted requirements, recent updates in market surveillance activities in the European Union from sales bans to fines, and offer a comparison between US and EU Standards & Compliance

Recorded Webinar

Cost: $50

This program will give an overview of European product law system of EU and national law including European directives, regulations, and decisions, their Implementation in EU Member States and categories of European produFsurvFct law (product specific vs. risk specific regulation).

The program will also discuss CE markings in the context of legal requirements for placing products onto the market including presumption of conformity, relationship between conformity assessment procedure, CE Declaration of Conformity and CE marking, different methods and modules of conformity assessment under European law – involvement of third party testing and the obligations of manufacturers, importers, authorized representatives and distributors, and possible consequences of wrong CE marking.

AGENDA

What US Manufacturers Need to know about CE Markings

Comparison between US and EU Standards & Compliance

What do U.S. manufacturers need to know about testing & certification requirement

Recent changes in the law and newly enacted requirements

What are the recent updates in market surveillance activities in the European Union, and what should US companies know? From sales bans to fines

I. European product law system of European and national law

What are European Directives, Regulations, Decisions?

Implementation in EU Member States

Categories of European produFsurvFct law (product specific vs. risk specific regulation)

II. CE markings in the context of legal requirements for placing products onto the market

CE marking as the economic operator‘s confirmation of conformity – no quality sign

Significant point of time: placing products on the market

Presumption of conformity

Relationship between conformity assessment procedure, CE Declaration of Conformity and CE marking

Different methods and modules of conformity assessment under European law – involvement of third party testing

III. Responsibility for CE markings – the role of different economic operators

Obligations of manufacturers, importers, authorized representatives and distributors

IV. Possible consequences of wrong CE marking

Cases of wrong CE marking

Measures of market surveillance authorities

Relevance of wrong CE marking under European competition law

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Contacts:
Anastasia Xenias, New York
Senior International Trade Specialist
Phone: 212-809-2685
Anastasia.Xenias@trade.gov
Andrew Chrismer, European American Chamber of Commerce

Phone: 212.382.7025
marketing@eaccny.com

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