Posted on: November 25, 2021

Awareness of the Recreational Craft Regulations (RCR) and new EU export rules – are you up to date? Could learning how to effectively manage these changes help you grow your business?

Let the British Navy help you; CPR Awareness, and Export to the EUcourses – We are taking reservations now!

CPR AWARENESS COURSE

PREVIEW

Designed to increase and broaden your knowledge of how to meet the requirements of post-Brexit pleasure craft regulations, and to help you manufacture, import and sell products that comply with the law.

BENEFITS OF PARTICIPATING

  • Update on the legal requirements applicable to new pleasure craft and their components

  • Understand your responsibilities when manufacturing pleasure craft and their components

  • Understand the legal responsibilities of importing products into Great Britain

  • Understand the legal responsibilities of those who are part of the used vessel supply chain

  • Understand the legislation applicable to refits and repairs to ships under the new RCR

  • Understand the NI protocol and its impact on products destined for Northern Ireland

IS IT GOOD FOR ME?

Suitable for:

  • All those responsible for the design and construction of pleasure craft, including directors, managers, designers, consultants and surveyors

  • All those involved in boat building who are responsible for supplying equipment to any new boat, including engine suppliers

  • All those involved in the refit and repair of pleasure craft less than 24 m in length overall (LOA)

  • DIY builders who wish to CE mark their own boats

  • Importers or agents of boats built outside the UK

WHAT WILL I LEARN?

Complete and up-to-date information on the RCR and associated International Standards, to help you stay up to date with the latest legislation.

WHAT DOES THIS COVER?

  • The legal situation of RCR

  • Boat design categories

  • Details of compliance modules

  • Responsibilities of accredited bodies

  • The “essential requirements”

  • The relationship between regulatory requirements and the use of BS EN and ISO standards

  • Details of the technical file and documentation requirements, including “Owner’s Manual” and “Declaration of Conformity”

  • Components of Annex II

  • Post-construction assessment

  • Conversion of major machinery – Repair and overhaul

  • Exhaust and noise emissions

AVAILABLE DATES:

Southampton, March 31, 2022 – BOOK YOUR SPACE HERE

THE TRAINERS:

Course developed and delivered by the British Navy Technical Team

Export to the EU

PREVIEW

Building on the foundations of the Pleasure Craft Regulation course, the EU Exports course examines what UK exports to the EU need to do to ensure their products comply with EU regulations. .

BENEFITS OF PARTICIPATING

  • Get an overview of the differences between UK and EU regulations

  • Advice on MIC recordings

  • Understanding the current list of harmonized standards

  • How to keep your design and certification up to date

  • A brief overview of current tariffs, rules of origin and how and where to check tariffs on goods exported to the UK

IS IT GOOD FOR ME?

Highly recommended for

  • All manufacturers currently exporting to the EU

  • Brokers with clients from the EU

  • Companies seeking to develop or relaunch their trade with the EU

AVAILABLE DATES:

Southampton, February 17, 2022 – BOOK YOUR SPACE HERE

THE TRAINERS:

Course developed and delivered by the British Navy Technical Team

Disclaimer

BMF – British Shipping Federation published this content on 25 November 2021 and is solely responsible for the information it contains. Distributed by Public, unedited and unmodified, on November 25, 2021 04:49:04 PM UTC.


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