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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 analysis of risk is always an important step when placing products or machines on the market. The task of trying to foresee any potential problems associated with the equipment and then implementing risk reduction measures is a crucial way to ensure that the products are safe to use. The need to design a safe […]
November 13, 2015
The CE Marking Association is hosting the 2015 Annual CE Marking Seminar on Thursday 19th November. The 1 day similar will be FREE for members to attend and non-members can attend for a small fee. The day will start with a session for persons who are new to CE Marking or would like a refresher; […]
We have had a question from a member regarding a machine that is branded by themselves, but is being fitted with a control panel that has been designed and built by a subcontractor. They wondered whether their subcontractor was required to provide them with a Declaration of Conformity for the control panel. There are three Directives […]
October 9, 2015
One of the frequent questions that we get asked is: Do bespoke products need to be CE marked? It can very much depend upon the type of product and the Legislation that is applicable. As a general rule of thumb, most of the current CE Marking Directives do not have any exclusions for one-off items […]
December 10, 2014
Partly completed machinery is a term under the Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC) for an assembly of parts which is almost machinery but which cannot in itself perform a specific application. The partly completed machinery must be incorporated into or assembled with other machinery (or other partly completed machinery) to form a complete machinery that also comes […]