Products in Compliance -

London (United Kingdom)

Products in Compliance

15 - 16 Nov 2023

Explaining the technical and environmental regulation affecting electrical and electro-mechanical equipment

Products in complianceRINA’s renowned annual regulatory conference relaunches in its 22nd year under a new name and with a broader scope, following a 3 year hiatus due to the pandemic. 

The 2-day conference will feature up-to-date information on current and upcoming product compliance issues via practical guidance, insights from officials, and examples on how to effectively respond in your own organisation. The focus will be on how to achieve and maintain market access for hardware products, in particular electrical equipment and mechanical/engineered goods – covering both the environmental and technical aspects of compliance.

Industry and manufacturing sectors that would benefit from attending include aerospace and defence, consumer electronics, household appliances, IT and telecommunications, lighting, medical devices, control equipment and instrumentation.

Key themes for 2023’s conference include:

  • Chemical substances: Global PFAS  restriction and lead authorisation developments including those concerning the EU, UK and US; EU and UK RoHS including exemptions; UK product regulation and producer responsibility policy; the status of the EU REACH regulation review; the new EU F-Gas Regulation.
  • Market access and technical conformity: Key impacts of Brexit on maintaining both EU and UK compliance; artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things (IoT); product risk assessment methodologies.
  • Sustainability: UK and EU ecodesign and energy labelling policy (e.g. the EU Ecodesign for Sustainable Products Regulation (ESPR) regulation; resource and material efficiency (e.g. 4555X standards); critical raw materials and policy; repairability and obsolescence.
  • Extended producer responsibility: Updates on EU/UK/global policy developments in WEEE, batteries and packaging.
  • Ethical supply chain: New anti-forced labour product legislation and what this means for industry. 

The endorsers


Japan Business Council in Europe Electronic Components Supply Network techUK GAMBICACOCIR logo



Created in 1999, the Japan Business Council in Europe (JBCE) is a leading European organisation representing the interests of more than 95 multinational companies of Japanese parentage active in Europe.
Our members operate across a wide range of sectors, including information and communication technology, electronics, chemicals, automotive, machinery, wholesale trade, precision instruments, pharmaceuticals, steel, textiles and glass products.
Building a new era of cooperation between the European Union (EU) and Japan is the core of our activities, which we perform under several committees focusing on Corporate Social Responsibility, Digital Innovation, Environment & Energy, Standards and Conformity and Trade.


The Electronic Components Supply Network (ECSN), is a member managed, not-for-profit, professional community based in the UK. ECSN's main function is to encourage greater collaboration in the electronic components supply network through the networking of industry leaders and their organisations, to facilitate wider communications between organisations, thereby improving overall market visibility and opporunity identification, whilst leveraging best industry practice to reduce costs.


techUK is the trade association which brings together people, companies and organisations to realise the positive outcomes of what digital technology can achieve. With over 940 members (the majority of which are SMEs) across the UK, techUK creates a network for innovation and collaboration across business, government and stakeholders to provide a better future for people, society, the economy and the planet. By providing expertise and insight, we support our members, partners and stakeholders as they prepare the UK for what comes next in a constantly changing world.


GAMBICA is the Trade Association for Instrumentation, Control, Automation and Laboratory Technology in the UK. Our insight and influence help our members to be more competitive by increasing their knowledge and impact. Together we remove barriers and maximise the market potential in our industry.

  • We form a community of members and stakeholders that shares knowledge and best practice, shapes opinion and enhances the profile of our sector
  • We influence policy, standards and regulation for the benefit of our industry
  • We publish unique market reports and forecasts, allowing members to accurately plan future strategies and budgets
  • We help members develop business by promoting our industry through exhibitions, events, publications and media campaigns.


COCIR is the European Trade Association representing the medical imaging, radiotherapy, health ICT and electromedical industries.  Founded in 1959, COCIR is a non-profit association headquartered in Brussels (Belgium) with a China Desk based in Beijing since 2007.COCIR is unique as it brings together the healthcare, IT and telecommunications industries. Our focus is to open markets for COCIR members in Europe and beyond. We provide a wide range of services on regulatory, technical, market intelligence, environmental, standardisation, international and legal affairs. COCIR is also a founding member of DITTA, the Global Diagnostic Imaging, Healthcare IT and Radiation Therapy Trade Association. 

More information

Join us on the evening of Wednesday, 15 November for our annual conference dinner and drinks reception. Taking place in the beautiful Newbury Suite at the Radisson Edwardian hotel, the evening provides the perfect opportunity to catch up with your peers and cement new business relationships. 

Early Booking Rate (valid until 4 October 2023): £799 + any applicable VAT

Standard Rate (valid from 4 October 2023): £940 + any applicable VAT

Conference Dinner and Drinks Reception: £45 + any associated VAT

Additional delegates booked from the same company at the same time receive a 15% discount on the booking rate applicable at the time. Day rates are available, please contact us for more information. 

Eminent experts make up our invited panel of speakers - from those involved in developing or implementing policy (national authorities), and practitioners (environmental and regulatory compliance managers, advocates from industrial and trade associations), to Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), and technical experts, including RINA’s own experienced product regulatory compliance team.

EEE in Compliance 2023 will take place at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotel, Heathrow, UK, which offers excellent travel links to neighbouring airports and Central London. The venue provides a relaxed environment in which to network, where delegates can grab a cup of coffee and a bite to eat during the refreshment breaks and gain insights from the speakers.