Bersama ini, kami sampaikan PT INVARR Indonesia akan menyelenggarakan International Seminar Product Compliance and Supplier’s Declarations of Conformity (SDoC) yang diselenggarakan pada tanggal 28-29 Oktober 2014 bertempat di IPB Convention Center Bogor. Program International Seminar Product Compliance and Supplier’s Declarations of Conformity (SDoC) diselenggarakan atas kerja sama antara PT INVARR Indonesia dan GED Advisory Australia.
Seminar ini akan membahas konsep kesesuaian produk dan persyaratan internasional untuk kesesuaian produk yang mendukung penerimaan produk di pasar perdagangan internasional. Seminar ini juga memperkenalkan standard international ISO/IEC 17050 terkait deklarasi kesesuaian oleh produsen dan pemasok (Supplier’s Declarations of Conformity). Penilaian kesesuaian produk merupakan kegiatan penting yang memastikan industri, distributor dan pengecer menyediakan produk-produk yang aman ke pasar dan memenuhi persyaratan peraturan. Konsistensi dan kesesuaian produk terhadap standar acuan menjadi salah satu kunci memenangkan kompetensi dengan produk yang berasal dari negara ASEAN lainnya pada saat berlakunya ASEAN Free Trade Area (AFTA) pada tahun 2015.
Seminar akan dipandu oleh Graeme Drake. Beliau merupakan ahli independen bidang standardisasi dan penilaian kesesuaian. Saat ini menjabat sebagai Ketua Joint Standards Australia and Standards New Zealand Committee on Conformity Assessment (QR-010) dan Ketua Standards Australian Committee on Compliance Systems (QR-014).
Apabila Ibu/Bapak memiliki pertanyaan lebih lanjut, silakan untuk menghubungi kami.
Demikian kami sampaikan. Atas perhatian dan kerjasama yang baik, kami ucapkan terima kasih.
Dety Riani R
Relation & Marketing Manager
To register the courses:
Or further information please contact to
Mr Fernando+62 821 256 23 693
Thank You ! Please Visit Us on the web www.invarr.co.id
2 Day Seminar
Product Compliance and
Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity
Seminar title: Product compliance and Supplier’s Declarations of Conformity (SDoC)
This seminar introduces the topic of product compliance and the content of ISO/IEC 17050 Parts 1 and 2, the international standards for declarations of conformity by manufacturers and suppliers.
Product compliance and declarations of conformity are important activities to ensure industry, wholesalers and retailers supply safe products to the market, manage their product liability, and meet regulatory requirements.
This applies to products produced for the domestic market as well as for export, or for the control of imported products.
The seminar identifies the underlying infrastructure that is in place to enable product conformity to be established and monitored. It identifies the different parties that can be involved in product conformity, and the various ways that claims of conformity in the market can be made. The seminar will also introduce the international requirements for product conformity that underpin market acceptance of products and international trade, including examples from ASEAN countries, and demonstration of compliance with European Union Directives and CE marking.
Speaker: Graeme Drake
See bio at end.
Intended audience: Manufacturers and suppliers of products to the market, including importers and exporters; trade and regulatory officials; businesses owners and operators; procurement and compliance professionals; consumer organisations; insurers; personnel of certification, inspection and testing bodies; personnel of accreditation bodies; and people from trade associations and professional member bodies.
08.30-09.00 Arrival and registration
09.00-09.30 Session 1: Opening Session
- Welcome by Host and introductions
- Seminar expectations, house-keeping matters, attendance and seminar evaluation sheets
09.30-10.30 Session 2: Introduction to product compliance and conformity
- The technical infrastructure
- What is product compliance and conformity?
- Voluntary and mandatory product compliance
- Good regulatory practice – Controlled products
- World Trade Organization, ASEAN and other trade related agreements
- Relevant international standards
10.30-11.00 Tea/Coffee Break – Group photograph
11.00-12.00 Session 3: Industry Speaker
- Managing product compliance and conformity in industry
- Benefits of product compliance and conformity
- Costs of product compliance and conformity
- Market access, quality assurance and legal compliance Industry Speaker
12.00-13.00 Lunch Break
13.00-15.00 Session 4: Options for compliance and conformity
- Regulatory requirements
- Product requirements
- Product testing, inspection and auditing
- First, second and third party conformity assessment
15.30-17.00 Session 5: Independent assessments, certification and mutual recognition
- Product conformity schemes
- Product certification bodies
- Marks of conformity
- Mutual recognition of conformity assessment results
17.00 End of Day 1
08.30-09.00 Arrival and registration
09.00-10.30 Session 6: Explanation of the SNI mark
- SNI marking scheme
- SNI use by regulator
- Procedure for achieve the SNI mark
- Approved testing and certification bodies
- BSN licensing of SNI mark
10.30-10.45 Tea/Coffee Break – Group photograph
10.45-11.05 Sponsored Presentation
11.05-12.00 Session 7: Introduction of Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity
- What is SDoC
- Use in regulation (CE marking – European Union, APEC and ASEAN economies)
- Necessary supporting activities
- Examples of SDoC in practice
12.00-13.00 Lunch Break
13.00-14.30 Session 8: International requirements ISO/IEC 17050 Part 1
- General requirements
- Content requirements
- Declaration forms and marking
- Continuing validity
15.00-15.30 Session 9: International requirements ISO/IEC 17050 Part 2
- What is supporting documentation?
16.00-16.30 Session 10: Summary, concluding remarks, return of training session evaluations
16.30 End of seminar
Biography of the Trainer
BRP, PGDipBusAdmin, MBS (Mgmt), CertIV TAE, MNZPI, MIMC, GAICD
International Expert in Standardization and Conformity Assessment
Graeme Drake is an independent expert in standardisation and conformity assessment. He is a former Head of Conformity Assessment and Secretary of the ISO Committee on conformity assessment (ISO/CASCO) for the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) in Geneva, and is currently the Chairman of the Joint Standards Australia and Standards New Zealand Committee on Conformity Assessment (QR-010 and Chairman of the Standards Australian Committee on Compliance Systems (QR-014).
Graeme’s involvement in compliance and conformity assessment started as Divisional Manager for engineering, construction and local government standards at Standards New Zealand. After then working at ISO, he returned to Australasia and became the General Manager, Operations for Australia’s second largest certification body, which is now BSI. He then moved to the National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA), one of two government recognised accreditation bodies in Australia principally accrediting testing laboratories and inspection bodies. In these roles he advised on product compliance and conformity frameworks and procedures, and on the use of Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity as a regulatory tool and as a method to manage supply chain risk and integrity between businesses.
Since 2010 Graeme has successfully established an international consulting and training business, GED Advisory. GED Advisory currently provides advice to industry, regulators, certifiers and accreditation bodies on product compliance and conformity assessment in the areas of construction products, food supply chain assurance, consumer products, controlled products, natural resource management and education. GED Advisory also assists conformity assessment bodies to prepare themselves for accreditation; and training of accreditation bodies’ assessors on ISO/CASCO standards.
Graeme is currently the Convenor of the ISO/CASCO Technical Interface Group that provides input on verification, auditing, testing, inspection and certification provisions across many ISO technical committees.
Graeme holds a bachelor degree in regional planning, a postgraduate diploma and Master’s degree in business, a short course certificate in negotiation and conflict resolution from Harvard University Law School, and the Australian Institute of Company Director’s diploma. He is also a qualified trainer and assessor.
Graeme is a full member of the New Zealand Planning Institute, the Australian Institute of Management Consultants and sits on Australian Accreditation Board for Standards Development Organisations (ABSDO). In 2013 was a recipient of Standards Australia’s National Standards Award.