An engineering company that produce sheet metal work as well as bespoke solutions for architectural features, needed to undertake external assessment of it’s processes and achieve certification to CE Mark its structural steel products. This was due to the introduction of new legislation in July 2014. Our consultant reviewed applicable directives and standards, before devising Read More...on
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Know your onions when it comes to ingredients! New Food Labelling rules became Law on 13th December 2014. Within this post, we are going to cover what these rules mean for different types of businesses. If you are a food business manufacturing pre-packed food… The new allergen information rules will mean that: You will have Read More...on
Are you an Importer of Construction Products (e.g Bolts/Steel sections)? Do you know your obligations? This applies to those companies that import construction products such as steel sections or structural bolts from manufacturers outside the European Union. Since 1st July 2014 it also applies to companies that import fabricated steel complying with BS EN 1090-1. Read More...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...on