Machines that are being placed on the market in the Europe Union are required to be CE Marked under the Machinery Directive before they are put into service. The Directive applies to machines that are new, but also applies to machines that have been built for own use, or where they have been modified or re-badged.
SafeMach can support you through the CE Marking process from carrying out risk assessments, conformity to the Essential Health & Safety Requirements (Annex I) or applicable harmonised Standards, preparing the technical construction file and completing the Declaration of Conformity. We can also support manufacturers who provide partly completed machinery. We also support manufacturers of partly completed machinery.
Following the UK leaving the EU on the 31st December 2020, SafeMach will support manufacturers in applying the new conformity mark, UKCA (UK Conformity Assessed) for machinery supplied in to the UK market. Safetmach can also assist machinery manufacturers exporting to the EU with our Technical File holding and Authorised Representative services.
More information and guidance will follow on the application of the UKCA Mark. Please see our UKCA Marking page.
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