CE Markings and The Construction Products Regulation

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CE Markings and The Construction Products Regulation

 

Life after Brexit

 

23rd May 2022

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Any construction product within the European Economic Area (EEA) must comply with the EU Construction Products Regulation (CPR). This law states that all products traded or sold in Europe must bear a CE mark, when a harmonised standard exists for this product.  A CE mark indicates that a product complies with the regulation. 

In general, most companies need to be aware of CE Marking in circumstances such as construction of new buildings, modifications to existing buildings, the equipment running the building (such as compressors, HVAC etc), the equipment within a building (manufacturing), and the products manufactured.

This intensive one-day course will give you an informative overview of the CPR and the CE marking process, and will answer questions such as what is CE marking and does it apply to you?

What if no standard applies to your product?

We will also discuss the impact on the manufacturing process as well as responsibilities of various parties involved.

This highly informative course will examine these issues and more, and all attendees will receive full course notes to refer to at any time.

 

TOPICS

 

Robin Byrne, NSAI, Certification & Inspection Officer, Sustainability and Built Environment

 

Overview of the Construction Products Regulations
What do you do if there is no standard that applies to your product?
Do you know what the European Technical Approval (ETA) is? What is the process of applying for an ETA?
How do you identify if a HEN (Harmonized European standard) applies to your product?
The manufacturing process will be impacted by the CE standard. Understand the cost implications, the improved quality control requirements and will you need to be prepared to adapt again in the near future?
Conformity Assessment Procedure - what is self-declaration and does it apply to you?
Exploring the liability issues in the chain, from manufacturing to specifying to building?
Work example of a product’s Declaration of Performance

 

Q&A- All your Brexit questions addressed

 

Keith Pheasey, Business Development Manager, ARC Management Systems

 

What are the legal issues surrounding the CE standard?
Examining the timelines, grace periods and delays outside your control.
What do you need to do?  - With a variety of existing directives and standards, how do you identify the applicable ones to your business?
Understanding the cost and testing procedures for products and production facilities
What is the procedure if no test facilities exist for your product in Ireland?   
Information on Brexit and the UKCA/ UKNI mark       
Worked example of a product's CE marking.

 

Q&A- All your Brexit questions addressed

 

THE TUTOR

 

Robin Byrne – Certification & Inspection Officer - NSAI

Robin Byrne has worked with NSAI since March 2004 as part of a specialist team certifying new and innovative building products, and also managing various insulation installer schemes. He has been involved in the certification of products and manufacturers under the Construction Products Regulation since 2013. Robin has also worked as a management systems consultant, as well as quality and environmental management roles in industry. During his presentation, Robin will give an overview of the Construction Products Regulation and how it impacts on industry, from manufacturers and importers to end users. He will also explain the options available if there is no applicable standard covering a particular product.

 

Keith Pheasey – Business Development Manager – ARC Management Systems

Keith Pheasey is the Business Development Manager with Arc Management Systems in Kilkenny. Keith has over twenty years’ experience in the field of Management Systems and Standards and during this time he has held the position of Systems Manager for a number of companies across Ireland & Europe. As part of his current role Keith advises companies and national bodies on their obligations around Standards.

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

 

This seminar would be of interest to senior management, building material product suppliers and manufacturers, specialist contractors, technical directors, quality managers, main contractors, sub-contractors, architects, designers, specifiers, engineers, legal consultants, relevant associations, local authorities, government departments and universities.

 

CERTIFICATION

 

On completion of this one-day training course, you will receive your Certificate of Attendance. Please note certificates are issued at the close of the training course to participants on completion of the course. Please check directly with your association or awarding body to see how many points they will award.
 

WHEN AND WHERE?

 

Date:      23rd May 2022
Times:    9.30am to 3.30pm                                         

COST

 

An ‘Early Bird’ discounted rate of €465 is currently available. This training course normal rate is €565. Places are limited and are allocated on a first come first served basis. PLEASE NOTE THE EARLY BIRD RATE CLOSES 3 WEEKS PRIOR TO COURSE DATE.

The course cost includes all course notes and Certificate of Attendance.

 

BOOK YOUR PLACE

 

There are 3 ways to book your place:

  1. WEBSITE – Please Click Here to book instantly online
  2. EMAIL - Please  Click Here to book by email
  3. PHONE - Contact the CMG Training Team 01-2933650 to secure your place

 

Places are limited and are allocated on a first come first served basis.