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Using the UKCA marking*

Page summary:
Find out if you need to use the UKCA (UK Conformity Assessed) marking on products you manufacture or handle.

Change made:
Updated the ‘call to action’ banner before the main body of text, to list the sectors the CE marking will continue to apply to. This is because the UK government intends to continue to recognise the CE marking across England, Wales and Scotland, indefinitely, beyond December 2024.

*Note: This update does not include medical and IVD devices.

UK Government announces extension of CE mark recognition for businesses*

Page summary:
The Department for Business and Trade has today announced an indefinite extension to the use of CE marking for businesses.

Change made:
Clarified which products are included.

*Note: This update does not include medical and IVD devices.

UKCA marking: roles and responsibilities*

Page summary:
If the UKCA marking applies to products you manufacture or handle, you will have specific obligations and responsibilities for compliance, depending on your role.

Change made:
Updated the ‘call to action’ banner before the main body of text, to list the sectors the CE marking will continue to apply to. This is because the UK government intends to continue to recognise the CE marking across England, Wales and Scotland, indefinitely, beyond December 2024.

*Note: This update does not include medical and IVD devices.

UKCA marking: conformity assessment and documentation*

Page summary:
How to make sure that your products are properly checked for conformity and your technical documents are managed correctly.

Change made:
Updated the ‘call to action’ banner before the main body of text, to list the sectors the CE marking will continue to apply to. This is because the UK government intends to continue to recognise the CE marking across England, Wales and Scotland, indefinitely, beyond December 2024.

*Note: This update does not include medical and IVD devices.

Placing manufactured goods on the market in Northern Ireland*

Page summary:
What you need to do to comply with regulations on manufactured goods you place on the Northern Ireland market.

Change made:
Updated the ‘call to action’ banner before the main body of text, to list the sectors the CE marking will continue to apply to. This is because the UK government intends to continue to recognise the CE marking across England, Wales and Scotland, indefinitely, beyond December 2024. The CE marking is already recognised in Northern Ireland, and the rules for placing goods on the Northern Ireland market have not changed.

*Note: This update does not include medical and IVD devices.

Trade Update: UK-Gulf Cooperation Council FTA

Page summary:
Statement on the fourth round of negotiations for a free trade agreement between the UK and the Gulf Cooperation Council

Change made:
First published.

Placing manufactured products on the market in Great Britain*

Page summary:
What you need to do to comply with regulations on manufactured products you place on the market in Great Britain.

Change made:
Updated the ‘call to action’ banner before the main body of text, to list the sectors the CE marking will continue to apply to. This is because the UK government intends to continue to recognise the CE marking across England, Wales and Scotland, indefinitely, beyond December 2024.

*Note: This update does not include medical and IVD devices.

CE marking*

Page summary:
How a product complies with EU safety, health and environmental requirements, and how to place a CE marking on your product.

Change made:
Updated the ‘call to action’ banner before the main body of text, to list the sectors the CE marking will continue to apply to. This is because the UK government intends to continue to recognise the CE marking across England, Wales and Scotland, indefinitely, beyond December 2024.

*Note: This update does not include medical and IVD devices.

UK trade agreements in effect

Page summary:
Find out about trade agreements that can be used now.

Change made:
Updated the Ghana entry to full ratification.

UK Sustainability Disclosure Standards

Page summary:
Information on the UK government’s framework to create UK Sustainability Disclosure Standards (UK SDS) by assessing and endorsing the global corporate reporting baseline of IFRS Sustainability Disclosure Standards.

Change made:
First published.

Government to modernise product safety laws to ensure they’re fit for the digital age

Page summary:
The UK’s product safety laws – which are over 30 years old – are set to be overhauled in a bid to make them fit for emerging technologies and new shopping habits.

Change made:
First published.

Notice to exporters 2023/14: Strategic Export Control List Updated

Page summary:
The strategic export control list has been updated.

Change made:
First published.

Notices to exporters

Page summary:
Notices to exporters published by the Export Control Joint Unit (ECJU).

Change made:
Added new notice to exporters 2023/14 to the collection.

 

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