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UKCA Marking Rules – What You Need To Know


First of all, what is UKCA? UKCA stands for UK Conformity Assessed, it is a conformity mark indicating compliance with the requirements for selling products in Great Britain. It shows that products fit all health and safety requirements. Many people will know of the marking 'CE' which is used all over Europe! As of the 31st January 2020, the United Kingdom had withdrawn from the EU, meaning it is important that the the CE mark slowly becomes less common on products sold in Great Britain. Subsequently, this has led to us receiving new markings to mark our products with, hence UKCA.

What's Coming Up? UKCA Marking Requirements

From 1st January 2023, all products supplied in the GB must be marked by the UKCA marking. Anything 'CE' marked, can be supplied up until the 31st December 2022, and be used as long as it was supplied before this date! This marking will most likely be required if the product was previously marked by 'CE'.

The Health & Safety Executive has explained that the UKCA marking will be used on products if:

  • It will be sold in England, Scotland or Wales
  • It is covered by any legalisation which will need the UKCA marking
  • Will have the conformity assessment done by a UK conformity assessment body
  • And will need this third-party assessment carried out.

The product list that will be covered by the UKCA marking are:

  • Toy safety
  • Measuring instruments
  • Radio equipment
  • Equipment for outdoor use
  • Aerosols
  • Personal protective equipment and more which you can read about on the GOV website!

Some products will have different rules, which again, can be found on the GOV website.

How To Use UKCA

The UKCA marking must be completely visible on the product. If it is not able to be fixed to the product, it must be attached to the packaging/ any accompanying documentation. The mark must also only be placed on the product by the manufacturer or an authorised representative. Once fixed on the product, it is now your responsibility for your product conforming to the requirements. No other marking should be attached that will misconceive the meaning of UKCE, or affect the visibility, legibility of the mark. Finally, it cannot be placed unless there is a specific reason to do so within legalisation.