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CE Marking Self Certiication

For approximately 90% of products the CE Marking regulations allow manufacturers to self certify them WITHOUT THE NEED to have expensive CE Testing by a third party. If they have the time and knowledge they are allowed to assess the product conformity themselves OR FOR A MODEST FEE they can have it done by "CE Marking Delhi certification" who will attend to all the legislative research required to issue the CE Declaration of Conformity and the required CE Technical File. All ready for you to apply the CE Marking to your products for immediate sales within the EU.

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.

The EU introduced the CE marking scheme to make trade easier and cheaper between EU countries. It means that a manufacturer claims that their product conforms to the minimum legal requirements for health and safety as laid down in EU directives.

Often customers will look for CE marking on a product as an indication of conformance to laid down minimum standards, and therefore a minimum level of quality that other products may lack.

If you manufacture or import a product which falls within the scope of one or more of the New Approach Directives and wish to place your product on the market in any of the members states of the European Economic Area (EEA), then you must apply CE marking to your product against the essential requirements of all these applicable directives.

Process of CE Marking ( self-certification mode ):

  1. Study which directive is applicable
  2. Determine which standards are applicable
  3. Test your product to ascertain if it complies
  4. Make a test report
  5. Make Technical Construction File: Technical documentation - The manufacturer must draw up a technical file (technical documentation).
    The technical documentation is intended to provide information on the design, manufacture and operation of the product. This is widely called 'Technical Construction File'.
  6. Make a declaration that the product conforms to the standard(s).
  7. Apply the CE mark on your product.
NoteHigh risk products cannot be self certified

Higher risk products will also call for implementation and certification of the designated Quality Management System.

You cannot CE Mark your product, if there are no applicable Directives for your product. General Product Safety Directive is not to be counted

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