A Detailed Guide to CE Marking Compliance

CE Marking applies to a wide variety of products and equipment across many different markets where it is made available or put into service in the EU.

There are over 20 CE Marking Directives and Regulations published by the European Commission.

If your product is within scope of one or more of these Directives and Regulations then you need to carry out the following:

  • Ensure the product is compliant with the relevant essential requirements.
  • Create a technical file containing all relevant technical documentation.
  • Affix the CE mark
  • Supply an appropriate Declaration of Conformity (or Declaration of Performance) with your product

What is the CE Marking

When was it invented

Can the size, shape and colour be changed?

What does it mean?

What types of products need the CE marking?

Why do products need the CE marking?

Who must apply the CE marking?

What about own-brand labelled products?

What about imported products?

Does the CE marking mean ‘made in europe?’

What does the manufacturer have to do to get the CE marking?

Does a PRODUCT have to be APPROVED to be CE marked?

Does a product have to be registered to be CE marked?

Can all products be CE marked?

What about products that cannot be CE marked?

What does a number next to the CE marking mean?

Does a second-hand product need CE marking?

How can I check if the CE marking is genuine and the product is safe?

What is the penalty for selling a product without the CE mark?

Can the CE marking appear with other compliance markings on a product?

What happens if a manufacturer puts the ce marking on a product without completing the conformity assessment properly?

Who polices CE marking?

The CE Logo and Declaration of Conformity

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