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UK Government Heralds 'Indefinite' CE Marking Recognition in GB Market

UK Government Heralds 'Indefinite' CE Marking Recognition in GB Market

The UK government has announced it intends to have an "indefinite extension" of CE marking recognition for businesses in the UK. The Department for Business and Trade stated on 1 August 2023 that businesses will be able to continue using the CE mark on products placed on the market in Great Britain beyond the previous 31 December 2024 deadline, with the option for the UKCA (UK Conformity Assessed) mark to also be used.

This course offers an explanation of the recent UK government announcement regarding the "indefinite extension" of CE marking recognition for businesses in the UK.

By the end of this course, you should be able to:

  1. Understand the historical context and reasons behind the UK's transition from CE marking to UKCA marking
  2. Explain the significance of the Northern Ireland Protocol in relation to product regulatory frameworks
  3. Identify the categories of products excluded from the CE marking recognition extension
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