Renaud and Adrian discuss CE and UKCA compliance. These are EU and British regulations for product safety, health, and environmental requirements. If you sell products in these markets you’ll need to add the CE or UKCA mark to them, so in this episode, you’ll find out what the process is and the differences between the two marks.
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- 00:00 – Greetings and introducing the topic.
- 00:38 – What is CE and what kinds of products does it cover?
- 04:22 – How to obtain CE marking: Overview.
- 09:23 – Who is ‘the manufacturer?’
- 11:20 – What are the risks if you don’t follow the CE compliance process?
- 20:38 – What’s the difference between CE and UKCA?
- 24:51 – Why UKCA is not required for Northern Ireland.
- 27:06 – EU ‘harmonised standards’ are called ‘designated standards’ in the UK.
- 28:16 – The UK government is threatening to repeal a lot of EU laws due to Brexit. How realistic is this?
- 31:25 – Why seeing CE-marked products when sourcing from China might mean nothing at all.
- 35:35 – What notified bodies are and when do they need to be involved?
- 41:21 – Wrapping up.
- Official CE Marking Guidance
- The definition of manufacturers according to the European Commission
- Using the UKCA marking
- List of products requiring a CE mark
- The NANDO database for notified bodies
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