- Building inspection
- Fire alarms system testing
- Household appliances
- Installation materials
- Industrial machinery
- IT & audio video
- Laboratory, test & measurement
- Lighting equipment
- Maritime, oil & gas
- Medical & healthcare equipment
- Military & aerospace product testing
- Wireless & telecom
On-demand webinar: UKCA marking - the full overview
NOTE: This webinar was held prior to the UKCA marking deadline extension for two years to 31 December 2024, and therefore dates in this webinar will not be completely accurate.
Did you know that UK Conformity Assessed (UKCA) marking is mandatory from 1 January 2025?
If you are planning to sell, or already are selling, in Great Britain, make sure your products meet the requirements.
This webinar will explore:
The basics surrounding the UKCA mark
How to comply and next steps to take to sustain market access after 1 January 2025
UKCA marking and Northern Ireland - defining UKCA marking, CE marking and CE UKNI marking
Technical documentation required for UKCA marking
Duration: approx. 30 min.
Lars Hjerpseth is responsible for development for new country routes in the Nemko Direct programme, which offers clients worldwide market access for their products, within both the electrical-and telecom/radio product areas. The Nemko Direct team has delivered thousands of certificates since 1995. Lars has worked for Nemko for 35 years. He has had responsibilities in different fields in the organization both as project handler, laboratory manager, sales manager, certification manager and in working with project management. Lars also has expertise as laboratory and factory auditor.
Vina is located in Nemko’s US office and she is responsible for Nemko’s Telecommunications Certification Body programs. Vina has a proven track record of successfully implementing and managing certification programs with over 18 years of experience from R&D/engineering, compliance testing and certification to management. Vina is skilled at working with wireless technologies and guiding engineering technical leads across multiple IoT Verticals for key regulatory markets including the US, Canada, Europe, Japan, Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong.