- 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
Toronto, Canada Customer Seminar
Join us for our seminar!
We will be hosting our next Customer Seminar of the year in the Toronto, Canada area from June 15th - 16th! This 2-day, in-person event will provide critical training on regulations impacting a wide variety of manufacturers selling in the US and abroad.
When: June 15th - 16th
Where: In-person at Nemko Canada, Inc. 130 Saltsman Drive, Unit 1. Cambridge, Ontario N3E 0B2, Canada
|Four Points by Sheraton Cambridge Kitchener|
|Cambridge Hotel & Conference Centre|
|Hilton Garden Inn Kitchener/Cambridge
Cost: $350 per person
- Keynote: Design for Compliance. Presented by Robert Legault, Senior Systems Compliance Engineer at NeuronicWorks Inc.
- Best Practices on preparing for Certification and International Market Approvals so you don’t miss your launch date
- An overview of the general requirements of Explosion Protection
- Hazardous Locations
- Machinery, In-Situ, and Functional Safety
- Laser and Photobiological
- Cyber Security - from a CE perspective
- Medical Device Approval - Electrical Safety and EMC
- Worldwide update on all International Approvals
- North America Wireless Rules and Regulations, including new FCC RF Exposure Rules, RED, UKCA
- In-depth round table discussions, including Q&A on new requirements and technical issues in key markets, and much more!
Who should attend: Product manager, Design engineers, Regulatory managers, Logistics professionals, etc.
What to expect: Networking is vital in the Testing, Inspection, and Certification industry, and Nemko's events are meant to bring people together to discuss regulatory challenges in a very open and non-confrontational manner. Attendees will benefit from an open discussion of the "intent" of the standard and laws vs. a dry overview of the documents themselves.