CE Marking

CE Marking for fabricated structural steel products has been a legal requirement since the deadline on
1st July 2014. This change has affected businesses across the country involved with a wide range of products.

WLP has seen a huge demand for it’s CE Marking support services over the past couple of years. So far, we have successfully guided more than 50 clients through the complex process and have several others nearing completion.

Below is a collection of informative CE Marking posts and success stories. We hope any questions you have are answered in these posts and that you find them useful. If your questions are not answered in the posts below, please email your question to enquiry@w-l-p.co.uk and somebody will help you as soon as possible.

Myths About CE Marking – 1

on “We’ve heard things like this before and it’ll all go away just like the other ones did” Unlike many previous standards, for example ISO 9001, CE Marking is a legal requirement for designated products. After 1st July 2014, Trading Standards will have the power to stop a business from trading and withdraw any products until the company Read More...

CE Marking for Road Sign Manufacturer

on A manufacturer of vehicle-activated traffic signs needed CE marking for their products. Having previously helped them achieve ISO 9001 certification, WLP was asked to help meet this new requirement. First we identified which EC Directives applied to our client’s products. Next, we determined whether their products already complied, whether any tests were required to prove Read More...

The Truth About CE Marking

on Although the July 2015 deadline has been and gone, some manufacturers affected by the Construction Products Regulation are still yet to tackle mandatory CE Marking. Unfortunately, a great deal of confusion seems to have arisen, so to help, here’s our simplified ‘take’ on the subject. What is CE Marking? CE Marking indicates a product’s compliance Read More...