Ci impegniamo a fornire ai nostri clienti la continuità dei servizi indipendentemente dall'esito della Brexit e a tale scopo stiamo intraprendendo tutte le azioni necessarie.
Il Regno Unito e l'Unione Europea non hanno ancora messo a punto l'accordo per il ritiro del Regno Unito dall'UE. Stiamo analizzando con attenzione gli eventuali impatti su due delle aree chiave delle nostre attività:
- il nostro lavoro come Organismo notificato (NoBo) ai sensi di varie Direttive e Regolamenti UE e
- come Organizzazione riconosciuta (RO) nel settore marittimo e offshore, che richiede la sponsorizzazione da parte di una bandiera dell'UE.
Attraverso il nostro coinvolgimento nei Comitati normativi e nei forum di organismi certificati e grazie alle forti relazioni con le istituzioni e l'industria, siamo in grado di rimanere aggiornati sugli eventuali sviluppi.
Faciliteremo il più possibile la conservazione delle approvazioni NoBo e RO per i nostri clienti, garantendo il mantenimento dell'accesso ai mercati dell'UE e del Regno Unito.
Potrete rimanere aggiornati sull'avanzamento dei negoziati sia attraverso questa pagina che tramite i nostri account manager e team di assistenza aziendale.
Per specifiche aree di interesse e ulteriori informazioni, fate riferimento al nostro sito web globale utilizzando i seguenti link.
- Direttiva sui dispositivi medici (EN)
- Direttive sulle apparecchiature industriali (EN)
- Autorizzazioni per container trasportabili (EN)
- Direttive sulle apparecchiature marine (EN)
- Status di Organizzazione riconosciuta dall'Unione Europea (EN)
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Dopo la Brexit, Lloyd's Register continuerà a fornire i servizi di Organismo certificato all'interno dell'UE? (ΕΝ)
Yes, we are committed to providing all our customers with the same range of services post Brexit in the EU27 and the UK and we currently provide in the EU.
We are already approved as a NoBo for the Lifts Directive in France by COFRAC: our NoBo number 2748.
We have made applications for other approvals in the Netherlands, where LR has a large and long-established operation. We intend to provide similar services to those currently provided, through two existing notified bodies in the Netherlands, Lloyd's Register Verification BV (for Industrial Equipment Directives and Transportable Container authorisations) and Lloyd's Register Nederland BV (for Medical Devices and In-Vitro Diagnostics Devices).
We have made applications for Medical Devices directives under 93/42/EEC and 98/79/EC to VWS/Directie GMT in the Netherlands for notified body approval for Lloyd's Register Nederland BV.
We have made applications for ATEX, CPR, MD, MED, ND, PED, RID and the SPVD directives to RvA in the Netherlands for NoBo approval for Lloyd's Register Verification BV. We already hold a variety of accreditations in the Netherlands through which we have a longstanding relationship with RvA.
The applications are in various stages of assessment, with an expectation of obtaining approvals starting from around the end of 2018.
We have already prepared the required applications to the relevant Dutch authorities for the EU Transportable Pressure Equipment Directive, the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road (ADR) regulation, and the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Rail (RID).
Per quanto tempo rimarranno valide le mie certificazioni Lloyd's Register? (ΕΝ)
Unless a mutual recognition arrangement is agreed between the EU and the UK either on a transitional or permanent basis as part of the Withdrawal Agreement, currently issued LR certificates will cease to be valid with effect from the withdrawal date (30 March 2019 00:00 hrs CET). There are indications that mutual recognition of Notified Bodies will be included within the scope of the proposed transition agreement, covering the period until December 2020. We understand that discussions also include the possibility of a permanent mutual recognition scheme forming part of the final agreement. However, to address the possibility that there could ultimately be no recognition agreement between the EU and the UK, we are taking necessary measures to enable us to continue to support our clients, by obtaining Notified Body appointments within the EU27.
I trasferimenti a un Organismo notificato saranno gratuiti o avranno un costo? (ΕΝ)
It is our intention to transfer clients’ approvals from our UK Notified Body to that in the Netherlands with minimum cost once we obtain appointment in the Netherlands. We are discussing the transfer process with the Dutch authorities and will let you know any developments as they arise.
AGGIORNAMENTO: Quali passi devo compiere per trasferire le certificazioni che continueranno a essere riconosciute dall'UE? (ΕΝ)
We have made applications for ATEX, CPR, MD, MED, ND, PED, RID and the SPVD directives for NoBo approval for Lloyd's Register Verification BV in the Netherlands and are pleased to confirm that this has received accreditation from the Dutch Accreditation Council, Raad voor Accreditatie (RvA).
This means we can now progress with our application to the various Dutch ministries and we expect to receive formal notification and a posting on the Nando website in the next few weeks.
Once we receive approval, we will have Notified Body status both in the UK and the Netherlands. As such, in the case of a soft Brexit i.e. a structured withdrawal from the EU with an agreed deal, this will allow you to decide which will best meet the needs of your business.
Notified Body status in the Netherlands means we can continue to provide similar services to those now provided through our UK Notified Body for the following EC Directives and Regulations:
Noise emission in the environment by equipment for use outdoors
Transportable Pressure Equipment
Simple Pressure Vessels
Interoperability of the rail system within the Community
Directive (EU) 2016/797
Interoperability of the rail system within the European Union (recast)
Regulation (EU) No 305/2011
Please note, our application for Directive 2014/90/EU Marine equipment is being treated as an Extension to Scope (ETS) and will be added to the schedule of accreditation in the coming weeks.
If you decide to transfer, the next stage in the process will be to move your current certificates from LRV Ltd/LRC-Energy AS to LRV B.V. We have ensured that our Notified Bodies in the UK and the Netherlands work to identical processes and procedures which will make the transitioning of your certificates from one body to another as straightforward as possible, with minimal impact on your business.
The transfer includes the issue of certificates bearing the new Notified Body number assigned to us in the Netherlands, which then fully replaces your existing certificate issued from the UK.