CE marking, in force since 1993, ensures that consumers use products that are conform to European Legislation. It also means that a product can move freely within this same European market.
Which responsibilities has the maker?
Whenever you label your product CE, you declare to respect all obligations with regards to security, hygiene, and protection of the environment, and you therefore become responsible for the conformity of the product and its circulation within Europe. In certain cases, this labeling can be controlled by a independent organism. In the case of a product within the health sector, it is crucial to have this labeling. It is therefore very important to understand the rules and the processes that allow you to access this labeling in order for your product to be able to commercialized.
The lifetech.brussels’ experts can guide you through the different steps that need to be taken to be able to implement this labeling.