What is the UKCA mark?
The UKCA (UK Conformity Assessment) mark will be the new marking required on certain products sold in England, Wales and Scotland (excluding North Ireland), following the UK’s departure from the EU. It will be used to confirm the product meets
Current legislation requirements and will be applied to most products that currently require the CE mark in order to be placed on the UK market.
Products that currently require CE marking will still need a CE marking to be sold in the EU, as the UKCA mark will not be recognised in the EU market.
The UKCA marking can be used from 1st January 2021. However, CE marking will continue to be accepted until the end of 2021. From 1st January 2022 only products with the UKCA mark will be accepted in England, Wales and Scotland.
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We can help you keep up to date with the latest regulatory requirements and support your market access needs. Our technical experts can provide first-hand insights into the UKCA requirements. Our inspectors are chosen for their sector-specific knowledge and expertise, which means you can be confident that they'll understand the manufacturing challenges you face.
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LRQA maintains independence and impartiality by proactively managing conflicts of interest across business units, including those that exist between consultancy and third-party certification services. As such, we do not offer consultancy for any management system in the process of, or after completing, third-party certification with LR.
LRQA auditors and inspectors are industry specialists who we match to your business; allowing a comprehensive audit of your system. We’re expert not only in understanding the potential in cutting-edge ideas but in applying them pragmatically in ways which guarantee impact both today and in the long-term.
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