CE markings


UK Government confirms one-year extension for UK products to implement UKCA marking

The UK Government has confirmed that UK businesses will be given an extension to implement UKCA marking, the new product safety marking in the UK, following several appeals from industry associations including the Fire Industry Association and BSIA. Read More

Brexit implications for business

The UK has left the European Union. This article provides advice and guidance for businesses on how to comply with REACH Chemical Regulations, advice for businesses wanting to gain or maintain access to the GB market and what businesses need to do to comply with regulations on manufactured goods placed on the EU market. Read More

Statement from HSE regarding PPE and the asbestos industry at the current time

The Asbestos Removal Contractors Association (ARCA) has reported that the HSE has received a number of queries concerning the purchase and use of Type 5 coveralls. It has issued a statement as a reminder of existing guidance and advice. Read More

What will Brexit mean for the fire industry?

British fire safety firms need to take 'plan b action' and start preparing for what Brexit could mean when it comes to selling products in Europe, according to one expert. Read More

Can technology make the workplace safer? 10 ways to introduce risk free tech

The introduction of technology driven solutions into the manufacturing industry has seen a drop in reported cases of workplace injuries and occupational diseases. Read More

Government unveils ‘no-deal Brexit’ UKCA safety markings

The Government has unveiled a new safety symbol, which could replace the existing CE marking in the event of Britain leaving the EU without a deal. Read More

Understanding the revised PPE Regulation

By Matthew Judson, Technical Director, JSP European health and safety legislation on Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) has changed. The new Read More

Polyco: hand protection assessment

Polyco launched the UK’s first and only accredited hand protection assessment course in April. Nick Warburton went along on the Read More

Machinery risk management

Machinery items on the EU market must bear a CE marking, but this does not exempt you from all risk, Read More

Beware the CE Mark: it’s no guarantee of safety

Equipment used in the EU has been CE Marked since 1995. It's supposed to be a sign of quality and safety, but that's not always the case. Read More



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