Lighting Legislation, Compliance Control And Production Testing: Are You In The Know?

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Do you understand all the legislative requirements when placing lighting products on the market?

If you are unsure or have any questions then a new course from the Lighting Industry Academy covers Lighting Legislation, Compliance Control and Production Testing.

This one-day course will take you through the relevant regulations and directives, and explain how the 12 current legislative requirements, such as LVD, EMCD, RoHS and ERP, can affect manufacturers, importers and distributors of lighting products.

Once product compliance has been achieved, production control is needed to ensure continued conformity. Do you have this covered? Using the LIA Quality Assurance model, you will gain an appreciation of implementing and maintaining a quality control system, including the control of imported goods.

Finally, it’s time to get out of the classroom and into the laboratory. This course gives you the opportunity to get hands-on with product testing, a key area of product conformity, using traditional Clare test equipment, and thanks to the new partnership between the Academy and Seaward Group, its HAL tester which is the latest state-of-the-art production electrical test equipment.

This course encompasses all industry sectors whether a manufacturer, importer or distributor of luminaires, light sources, control gear or components.

Held at the Academy, LIA, Telford, this state-of-the-art learning facility is recognised by the industry as a hub for the development and delivery of high quality learning. With one of its highly qualified trainers supporting your learning throughout the day.

Available dates are:
– 29th June 2017
– 25th July 2017
– 12th September 2017
– 17th October 2017
– 28th November 2017

All LIA members can attended the course for the discounted rate of £295 + VAT. £365 + Vat for non-LIA members.

For further information visit the website.

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