CE Marking of Structural Steelwork
Oct 08, 2013
from 08:30 AM to 12:30 PM
|Where||The Village Hotel, Castle View, Forstal Road, Sandling, Maidstone, Kent ME14 3AQ|
|Contact Name||Jim Bristow|
|Contact Phone||07967 024860|
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You may already be aware that CE Marking is a declaration by the manufacturer that the product meets certain public safety requirements. The public safety requirements are a set of Essential Characteristics that each product must satisfy and these characteristics are given in the product’s harmonised standard. For steel structures the main harmonised standards are:
• Steel sections and plate – BS EN 10025-1
• Hollow sections – BS EN 10219- 1 and BS EN 10210-1
• Pre-loadable bolts – BS EN 14399-1
• Non-pre-loadable bolts- BS EN 15048-1
• Fabricated steel – BS EN 1090-
MAS is please to be delivering a workshop in partnership with TUV-Nord, who will provide practical guidance on the routes to achieving a certified Factory process Control (FPC) system and incorporating the role of the Responsible Welding Co-ordinator (RWC).
How these are combined into the CE accreditation with reference to BS EN 1090-1 will be a key feature of the presentation, and all those SME companies engaged in the sector are encouraged to book for this event.
This FREE TO ATTEND event is being held on Tuesday 8th October 2013, at the Village Hotel, just off Junction 6 of the M20. Tea and coffee will be served from 08.30 and the presentation will begin at 09.00. it is expected that allowing for questions the event will conclude by 11.30 hrs.
MAS Advisors will be available to arrange follow-up meetings to arrange grant support (Maximum £1000) and to ensure you can be put in touch with key suppliers to provide the support you may need.