CE MARK

CE MARK

Non ISO STANDARDS

The CE Mark, which is affixed to a product or its packaging, is considered proof that a product has met the requirements of the harmonized European standard, or directive; refers to Communauté Européen. Translated from the French, this literally means European Community. The European Commission, which administers the program, describes the CE Mark as a passport for goods to be sold freely within the internal European market.

It is required by law if the product falls under one of the New Approach Directives. It is not a quality mark, nor is it a mark for consumers. Intended for Member State authorities, it is the visible sign to those authorities that your product is in compliance with the New Approach Directives. All manufacturers are required to affix the CE mark to products that are governed by New Approach Directives. CE marking on a product indicates to all authorities that the product is in compliance with the essential health and safety requirements of all directives that apply to the product.

The first step to compliance is determining which directives apply to the product. A product may be regulated by more than one directive. The CE mark does not disclose which directive(s) or standards apply to the product, nor will it indicate the method of conformity assessment used to bring the product into compliance. This information is provided by other accompanying documents, such as the Declaration of Conformity. The Manufacturer or the Authorized Representative affixes the CE marking to the product. It is not affixed by a Notified Body.

Benefits of CE MARK

  • Your Product gets access to European Economic Area ( 27 countries).
  • If all harmonized standards are applied, The product becomes SAFE and BETTER in QUALITY.
  • The product becomes more safe and visually more appealing
  • The Instruction for Use becomes more user-friendly
  • Getting a Third Party Test Report against International Standards give you and your customer assurance of product quality.
  • Many other countries have signed Mutually Recognition Agreement with EU making CE a worldwide mark demanded by importers worldwide
  • Comprehensive risk assessment - improves your design process