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The following articles are the most recent articles relating to product legislation. If you would like to discuss any of the following topics in further detail with a technical members of staff, then please contact us on 01564 792349.
The UK Government yesterday (24th August) announced an extension to the derogation to allow CE marked products to be placed on the UK market until 31st December 2022. As such products placed on the UK market (with the exception of Northern Ireland) after 1st January 2023 must carry the UKCA mark. Details can be found […]
July 23, 2021
In line with the UK Government’s decision to move to Step 4 of the Covid Roadmap, the CE Marking Association will be fully opening our offices as of Monday 2nd August. As a result, we will be welcoming visitors back to our office for: Training Workshops Members’ face-to-face consultancy EMC witnessed testing for more than […]
July 22, 2021
On the 16th July, EU Regulation (EU) 2019/1020 came into force. This Regulation imposes additional market surveillance requirements on CE Marked products entering the EU from a third country such as the UK. The Regulation requires that prior to entering the EU, a third country Manufacturer must identify an ‘Economic Operator’ on the product, packaging […]
January 13, 2021
Following the increase in prevalence in the COVID-19 virus and the UK’s nationwide move into Tier 4 measures, the CE Marking Association has updated its Risk Assessment to reflect the current measures. Unfortunately, we have had to make the difficult decision to cease inviting visitors on site unless delivering or collecting products. This mainly affects […]
December 24, 2020
As you may have heard, the UK and EU have agreed a trade deal which will define the relationship between the two territories following the end of the Implementation Period on 31st December. The CE Marking Association will be digesting the details of this trade deal and in particular the impact that it will have […]