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CE

A few words about CE:

CE marking is a mandatory European marking for certain product categories. It indicates compliance with the essential health and safety requirements set out by the relevant EU Directives.

Workshop: EU requirements for the CE marking / Technical File Compilation / Duration: 3 days

  • CE marking and legal obligations
  • What is the CE marking?
  • What are the European directives?
  • Obligations of manufacturers
  • Presentation of LVD, EMC, RED, ECODESIGN, RoHS, CPR directives
  • Methodology for finding the applicable directives
  • Harmonized standards
  • Presumption of conformity
  • What is the Technical File of the product?
  • Technical File Contents
  • Compilation of Declaration of Conformity
  • Manufacturers, importers, distributors of electrical / electronic equipment falling within the scope of the Directive
  • Consulting companies active in the field of certification
  • Engineers of various specialties: electrical engineers, mechanical engineers, etc.
  • Students, unemployed and anyone involved or wants to deal with product safety and quality

For the implementation of the training programs, the LABOR SA Laboratory Supervisor and member of the Board of Hellas Lab (Hellenic Association of Laboratories) is the lecturer, with knowledge and long experience in the field of testing. The training program consists of a detailed presentation and a discussion on real examples. Finally, participants receive a certificate of attendance from LABOR S.A.

For the exact dates of the workshops, please contact us.

LVD (Low Voltage Directive)

LVD (Low Voltage Directive) 

A few words about LVD

The LVD Directive 2014/35 / EU replaced the Low Voltage Directive 2006/95 / EC. The purpose of this Directive is to ensure that electrical equipment on the market fulfills the requirements which guarantee a high level of protection of the health and safety of persons and of pets and property while ensuring the functioning of the internal market.

Workshop: Low Voltage Directive (LVD) / Duration: 2 days

  • Introduction to LVD
  • Basic Requirements
  • Examples, instructions, clarifications
  • What arethe EU Harmonized Standards no. 1025/2012 of the European Parliament relating to the implementation of the LVD Directive?
  • How should a product be manufactured in order to comply with the requirements of the Directive?
  • Analysis / Risk Assessment
  • Presentation of laboratory equipment
  • Testing
  • Manufacturers, importers, distributors of electrical / electronic equipment falling within the scope of the Directive
  • Consulting companies active in the field of certification
  • Engineers of various specialties: electrical engineers, mechanical engineers, etc.
  • Students, unemployed and anyone involved or wants to deal with product safety and quality

LABOR S.A. has many years of LVD testing experience and electrical safety tests are carried out within our company’s laboratories on a wide range of electrical equipment products. For the implementation of the training programs, LABOR SA Laboratory Supervisor and member of the Board of Hellas Lab (Hellenic Association of Laboratories) is the lecturer, with knowledge and long experience in the field of testing. The training program consists of a detailed presentation of the LVD directive, harmonized standards, a discussion of actual examples and the ability to view the on-going testing in the laboratory.Finally, participants receive a certificate of attendance from LABOR S.A.

For the exact dates of the workshops, please contact us.

EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive)

EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive) 

A few words about EMC directive

The EMC Directive 2014/30 / EU replaces Directive 2004/108 / EC on Electromagnetic Compatibility which had replaced Directive 89/336 / EEC. The EMC Directive applies to all products that may cause electromagnetic disturbance or whose operation may be affected by such a disturbance.

Workshop: Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (EMC) / Duration: 2 days

  • Introduction to the EMC directive
  • Basic Requirements
  • Electromagnetic Compatibility Analysis
  • Electromagnetic disturbance analysis
  • Analysis of immunity
  • Examples, instructions, clarifications
  • What are EU Harmonized Standards no. 1025/2012 of the European Parliament relating to the implementation of the EMC Directive?
  • How should a product be manufactured in order to comply with the requirements of the Directive?
  • Analysis / Risk Assessment
  • Modules of Compliance Assessment
  • Tasks of the bodies involved in the implementation of the Directive (Manufacturer, Notified Bodies, Purchaser – Owner
  • Manufacturers, importers, distributors of electrical / electronic equipment falling within the scope of the Directive
  • Consulting companies active in the field of certification
  • Engineers of various specialties: electrical engineers, mechanical engineers, etc.
  • Students, unemployed and anyone involved or wants to deal with product safety and quality

LABOR S.A. is a notified body for the EMC Directive (NB2537) and collaborates with accredited laboratories in Greece and abroad in a wide range of products that fall within the scope of the Directive. For the implementation of the training programs, the lecturer is the Head of the laboratory of LABOR SA and a member of the board of Hellas Lab, with knowledge and long experience in the field of testing. The training program consists of a detailed presentation of the EMC Directive, Harmonized Standards and discussion of real examples. Finally, participants are provided with a certificate of attendance by LABOR S.A.

For the exact dates of the workshops, please contact us.

RED (Radio Equipment Directive)

RED (Radio Equipment Directive) 

A few words about RED

The RED Directive 2014/53 / EU replaces Directive 1999/5 / EC on radio equipment.The Radio Equipment applies to any electrical or electronic product that deliberately emits and / or receives radio waves for radio communication and / or radiodetermination purposes, or an electrical or electronic product to be supplemented with an accessory for that purpose.

Workshop: Radio Equipment Directive (RED) / Duration: 2 days

  • Introduction to RED
  • Basic Requirements
  • How should a product be manufactured in order to comply with the requirements of the Directive
  • Risk Assessment / Analysis of Radio Equipment Risks
  • Examples, instructions, clarifications
  • What are the EU Harmonized Standards no. 1025/2012 of the European Parliament relating to the implementation of the RED Directive
  • How to manufacture a product to avoid harmful interference.
  • Modules of Compliance Assessment
  • Tasks of the organizations involved in the implementation of the Directive (Manufacturer, Notified Bodies, Purchaser – Owner)
  • Manufacturers, importers, distributors of electrical / electronic equipment falling within the scope of the Directive
  • Consulting companies active in the field of certification
  • Engineers of various specialties: electrical engineers, mechanical engineers, etc.
  • Students, unemployed and anyone involved or wants to deal with product safety and quality

LABOR S.A. is a notified body for the RED Directive (NB2537) and collaborates with accredited laboratories in Greece and abroad in a wide range of products that fall within the scope of the Directive. For the implementation of the training programs, the lecturer is the Head of the laboratory of LABOR SA and a member of the board of Hellas Lab, with knowledge and long experience in the field of testing. The training program consists of a detailed presentation of the RED Directive, harmonized Standards and discussion of real examples. Finally, participants are provided with a certificate of attendance by LABOR S.A.

For the exact dates of the workshops, please contact us.

RoHS (Restriction of use of certain Hazardous Substances)

RoHS (Restriction of use of certain Hazardous Substances) 

A few words about RoHS

The RoHS Directive 2011/65 / EU lays down rules to limit the use of hazardous substances (elements such as lead, cadmium, mercury, chromium, PBB and PBDE combustion retardant) above allowable limits for electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) to contribute to the protection of human health and the environment, including the environmentally sound recovery and disposal of electrical and electronic waste.

Workshop: RoHS Directive (Restriction of use of certain Hazardous Substances) / Duration: 1 day

  • Introduction to RoHS
  • Analysis and separation of dangerous substances
  • Basic Safety Requirements.
  • Examples, instructions, clarifications
  • Harmonized EU standard related to the implementation of Directive 98/34 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the implementation of the RoHS Directive
  • How should a product be manufactured in order to comply with the requirements of the Directive
  • Analysis / Risk Assessment
  • Manufacturers of electrical / electronic equipment falling within the scope of the Directive
  • Consulting companies active in the field of certification
  • Engineers of various specialties: electrical engineers, mechanical engineers, etc.
  • Students, unemployed and anyone involved or wants to deal with product safety and quality

LABOR SA has many years of experience in assessing the compliance of products with the RoHS Directive. For the implementation of the training programs, the lecturer is the Head of the laboratory of LABOR SA and a member of the board of Hellas Lab, with knowledge and long experience in the field of testing. The training program consists of a detailed presentation of the RoHS Directive, harmonized Standards and discussion of real examples. Finally, participants are provided with a certificate of attendance by LABOR S.A.

For the exact dates of the workshops, please contact us.