This webinar outlines the practical steps Irish engineering companies can take to ensure products are compliant with the new UK product marking, UKCA.
The UKCA (UK Conformity Assessed) marking is the new UK product marking for goods placed on the market in Great Britain, replacing the EU’s CE marking. This mark will be used to certify that a wide range of products meet safety standards in the UK, covering most products that previously required the CE mark.
While the UKCA marking came into effect on 1st January 2021, businesses are still able to use CE marking until 1st January 2023 allowing Irish companies exporting to the market to prepare for the new marking.
Presented by Mike Whiting, Compliance Engineer, Newmac Ltd, topics included:
What is the UKCA and how does it differ from CE?
Aligning your UKCA and CE compliance roadmap
How UKCA effects the supply of second hand equipment in the market?
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