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Radio Equipment Directive Training for Notified Bodies [2016 Webinar Recordings]

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Meeting the Requirements of the Radio Equipment Directive

Join these TWO sessions for a comprehensive overview of the requirements. This training has been tailored for US EMC Conformity Assessment Bodies who now may seek Notified Body status under the RED.

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RED Training for Notified Bodies - Part 1 [2016 Webinar Recording] (module)

Meeting the Requirements of the Radio Equipment Directive

Join these TWO sessions for a comprehensive overview of the requirements. This training has been tailored for US EMC Conformity Assessment Bodies who now may seek Notified Body status under the RED.

Who should attend:

US Laboratories and Conformity Assessment Bodies involved in the CE Marking requirements for Radio Devices.

Planning to maintain and update your Notified Body status under the new requirements of the Radio Equipment Directive? The new requirements, Radio Equipment Directive 2014/53/EU, will be in-force on 13 June 2016 and will apply to all radio devices that are intended to be placed on the European Union market. This new Directive repeals the Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive (RTTE Directive, 1995/5/EC) which has governed the regulatory compliance of radio and terminal equipment.

Several key elements of the “RED” will be discussed, including:


• Roles of Notified Bodies under the new regime
• Manufacturer, importer and distributor obligations
• New documentation requirements
• New assessment criteria
• Changes in the classification of equipment
• Options for Notified Bodies under the US-EU Mutual Recognition Arrangements

Your Presenters

Presenter: Pieter Robben

Pieter Robben is a regulatory review engineer at ACB Europe. He is a TCB for the FCC, an FCB for Industry Canada, an RCB for Japan and a Notified Body for the R&TTE and EMC Directives. Pieter’s experience as a Notified Body and Certification Body is a potent part of our Certification team. Pieter has been reviewing FCC applications since before the TCB program was created. He is well known in the European community as past chairman of the R&TTECA. Pieter has been working with MIC matters since the inauguration of the Japan-EU Mutual Recognition Arrangement. Pieter’s past experience includes EMC, Radio and Safety testing and certification for test laboratories and manufacturers. He has been in the industry for more than 20 years. Pieter provides worldwide services to our global customers from his office in the Groningen area of the Netherlands.

Host: Michael Derby 

Michael Derby is the senior regulatory review engineer and Director of ACB Europe. He is a TCB for the FCC, an FCB for Industry Canada and a Notified Body for the R&TTE and EMC Directives. Michael is presently the Chairman of the TCB Council Board of Directors and an active member of the R&TTECA. He is also the liaison between the two organizations. Michael is responsible for ACB’s training activities, including webinars and seminar workshops. In addition, he is the secretary of the EMC Test Lab Association. Michael’s past experience includes product development, testing and certification for test laboratories and manufacturers. Michael provides worldwide services to our global customers from his office in the Hampshire area of the UK.


RED Training for Notified Bodies - Part 2 [2016 Webinar Recording] (module)

Meeting the Requirements of the Radio Equipment Directive

Join these TWO sessions for a comprehensive overview of the requirements. This training has been tailored for US EMC Conformity Assessment Bodies who now may seek Notified Body status under the RED.

Who should attend:

US Laboratories and Conformity Assessment Bodies involved in the CE Marking requirements for Radio Devices.

Planning to maintain and update your Notified Body status under the new requirements of the Radio Equipment Directive? The new requirements, Radio Equipment Directive 2014/53/EU, will be in-force on 13 June 2016 and will apply to all radio devices that are intended to be placed on the European Union market. This new Directive repeals the Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive (RTTE Directive, 1995/5/EC) which has governed the regulatory compliance of radio and terminal equipment.

Several key elements of the “RED” will be discussed, including:


• Roles of Notified Bodies under the new regime
• Manufacturer, importer and distributor obligations
• New documentation requirements
• New assessment criteria
• Changes in the classification of equipment
• Options for Notified Bodies under the US-EU Mutual Recognition Arrangements

Your Presenters

Presenter: Pieter Robben

Pieter Robben is a regulatory review engineer at ACB Europe. He is a TCB for the FCC, an FCB for Industry Canada, an RCB for Japan and a Notified Body for the R&TTE and EMC Directives. Pieter’s experience as a Notified Body and Certification Body is a potent part of our Certification team. Pieter has been reviewing FCC applications since before the TCB program was created. He is well known in the European community as past chairman of the R&TTECA. Pieter has been working with MIC matters since the inauguration of the Japan-EU Mutual Recognition Arrangement. Pieter’s past experience includes EMC, Radio and Safety testing and certification for test laboratories and manufacturers. He has been in the industry for more than 20 years. Pieter provides worldwide services to our global customers from his office in the Groningen area of the Netherlands.

Host: Michael Derby 

Michael Derby is the senior regulatory review engineer and Director of ACB Europe. He is a TCB for the FCC, an FCB for Industry Canada and a Notified Body for the R&TTE and EMC Directives. Michael is presently the Chairman of the TCB Council Board of Directors and an active member of the R&TTECA. He is also the liaison between the two organizations. Michael is responsible for ACB’s training activities, including webinars and seminar workshops. In addition, he is the secretary of the EMC Test Lab Association. Michael’s past experience includes product development, testing and certification for test laboratories and manufacturers. Michael provides worldwide services to our global customers from his office in the Hampshire area of the UK.

 



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