Introduction to the new UK Regulatory Regime for Goods (The UKCA marking)

Wednesday 14th September 2022

Theatre :  Skills, Training and Strategy 

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Great Britain now has its own robust regulatory framework for goods – the UKCA marking, and the UK’s domestic regime seeks to ensure consumers are protected from unsafe, and non-compliant goods. Businesses should get ready for the new regime as soon as possible to ensure they are compliant by 1 January 2023.

In this session BEIS will give an overview of what businesses, Trade Associations and organisations representing sectors which require the CE/UKCA marking need to do to prepare, who have a role or involvement in the manufacturing or supply of EC/UKCA marked goods into the GB market.

Connor O’Shea, Head of the UKCA delivery team at BEISConnor O’Shea Head of the UKCA delivery team
BEIS

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