If you do business in the European Union, you know that CE marking products for sale in the EU and EEC countries is required. These requirements change as the legislation and standards are updated, making the CE Marking task a challenging one.
Compliance InSight Consulting has partnered with GlobalNorm GmbH and the Canadian German Chamber of Commerce to present a seminar on the current CE Marking requirements and how those requirements compare with North American conformity assessment requirements.
The seminar will be held on 4‑Feb-11 at the Canadian German Chamber of Commerce in Toronto. The event will run from 8:45 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Tickets include lunch and a morning break.
If you are a member of the Canadian German Chamber of commerce, tickets are $150 each including HST. Non-member tickets are $175 ea including HST.
Dipl.-Ing. Michael Loerzer
Vice President & CEO, Regulatory Affairs Specialist
Mr. Loerzer is Chairman of the Product Conformity Group (DIN ANP German Committee of Standards Users).
Mr. Loerzer has presented many conference papers in EMC, safety and radio spectrum matters in the past and holds seminars and workshops for different organizers. His special competence is the global regulatory compliance requirements.
Mr. Doug Nix, A.Sc.T.
Compliance Insight Consulting Inc.
Mr. Nix’s background spans more than 20 years of engineering technology experience including product testing, industrial control system design and machinery safety, including more than 15 years of CE Marking experience with Industrial Machinery. Mr. Nix has been directly involved in more than 300 Pre-Start Health and Safety Reviews in Ontario and the USA.
Mr. Nix specializes in risk assessment methods and process, teaching risk assessment principles and processes since 1997.
Mr. Nix is currently serving on CSA’s s364/Z1002 Technical Committee, writing the Occupational Injury and Illness Risk Assessment and Management Standard. This standard is part of CSA’s new Z1000 OHS Management series of standards and is foundational to many other documents currently in work.
You can get more information from the CIC website including downloading a registration form, or you can visit the Canadian German Chamber of Commerce web site, or call the office in Toronto.
Canadian German Chamber of Industry and Commerce Inc.
480 University Avenue, Suite 1500
Toronto, ON M5G 1V2
Tel: (416) 598 7076
Contact: Sara Franke