CE Mark Directives
The European Union (EU) Directives are binding legislation addressed to its Member States. Legal requirements relate to various categories of goods and must be completely met before the manufacturer can legally affix the CE Mark on its machine(s). Enforcement is conducted on a national level of the member state.
European Directives become effective at various dates and are subject to amendments. In addition several Directives can often apply to the same product or equipment.
Examples of Directives:
- Product Safety (2001/95/EC)
- Product Liability (85/374/EEC) Etc.
Product Specific Directives
- Machinery (2006/42/EC)
- Low Voltage (2014/35/EU)
- Electromagnetic Compatibility (2004/108/EC)
- Personal Protective Equipment (89/686/EEC)
- Medical Devices (93/42/EEC)
- Simple Pressure Vessels (2014/29/EU)
- Pressure Equipment (2014/68/EU)
- Gas Appliances (2009/142/EC)