(Hamburg/Germany) In 2015, take-e-way and the Bureau Veritas Consumer Products Services Germany GmbH again will mutually offer four seminars on "Legal requirements in electrical & electronic products". The seminars will be hold in German language.
Thematic focuses are: Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act, WEEE, Battery Act and RoHS
The seminar provides basics, definitions and obligations of the Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (WEEE) and the Battery Act. In addition, scope, substances and limit values, exceptions as well as obligations to provide proof and the documentation requirements of the RoHS directive (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) are imparted.
Understanding requirements and obligations
The objective of the seminar is that the participants understand the requirements and obligations of the directives and laws and learn what they need to observe in their companies.
Seminar for purchasers, quality managers, manufacturers, importers
The seminar is suitable for purchasers, quality managers, manufacturers, distributors, importers and thus for all who manufacture, distribute or import electrical and electronic devices.
Four dates throughout Germany
You may choose among the following four dates:
16 April 2015 at Nuremberg/Germany
24 June 2015 at Ratingen/Germany
24 September 2015 at Nuremberg/Germany
12 November 2015 at Hamburg/Germany
Questions and registration
For any questions regarding this seminar and your registration, please do not hesitate to contact the team of Bureau Veritas under the phone No +49/40/7404100-85 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Founded in 2004 in Hamburg/Germany
- Currently 31 employees
- Managers: Jochen Stepp, Oliver Friedrichs
Business fields: The take-e-way GmbH assumes the implementation of bureaucratic and operative requirements and obligations of manufacturers, importers, wholesalers, retailers and distributors of electrical and electronic devices in Germany and abroad in the field of product responsibility according to the law (Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act, WEEE, Battery Act, Packaging Ordinance, etc.).
VERE e.V.: The VERE Association for the take-back and recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment (VERE e.V. registered association) founded in 2003 is the organization having the largest number of members among providers, manufacturers, trade associations and individuals regarding the implementation of the Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (ElektroG/WEEE) in Germany. VERE is the founding organization of take-e-way and also represents the interests of more than 3,200 companies at political level.