Post event note: You can access the slides here www.techuk.org/slides-uk-spf-and-techuk-re-d-changes-are-coming.html
10am – 12pm | 27 October 2021 | Online
Changes are coming for businesses who place radio equipment on the market in Great Britain.
Currently Great Britain is applying a transitional period ending on 31 December 2022 to allow suppliers of goods from the EEA or Switzerland (who from 1 January 2021 are importers into the GB market) to provide their details on the accompanying documentation as an alternative to placing them on the radio equipment itself.
A delegate act is expected to come in January 2022, providers will have 13 months to get ready to comply.
The UK is also accepting the CE mark until 1 Jan 2023, which is a year later than originally planned.
This session will explore these changes.
Chair: Tony Lavender, UK SPF Cluster 3 Chair and Plum
RED Overview, Impacts, Standardisation & Certification - Alex Leadbeater, BT (and Chair of ETSI's Cyber group)
Title TBC - Jonathan Marshall, SafeShark
Placing Radio Equipment on the GB and Northern Ireland markets: an update - Simon Pike, Independent
This event is open to all, it will be under Chatham House rule and by signing up you are agreeing to have your name and job title added to the delegate list.
Jo leads the work of the UK SPF, the sounding board to government and Ofcom on medium to long-term spectrum issues in the UK and supports the delivery of the Communication Infrastructure Programme.
Prior to her appointment in 2018 Jo held positions at Islington Council, the Industry and Parliament Trust, Inside Government, and most recently at Smart Energy GB in policy and public affairs role. Here Jo predominately oversaw the organisations engagement with MPs and local government alongside external speaking opportunities.
Outside of work Jo likes spending as much time as possible with her dog Fudge, as well as cooking, watching live comedy, and running (but not that far or that fast).
Craig is Associate Director for Climate, Environment and Sustainability and leads on our work in these areas ranging from climate change, ESG discslosures and due diligence, through to circular econom, business and human rights, conflict minerals and post-Brexit regulation.
Prior to joining techUK he worked in public affairs and policy has an avid interest in new and emerging technologies. Craig has a degree in Ancient History from King’s College London and spends his time watching Watford FC and holding out hope for Half Life 3.
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