Update to the UK Regulatory Regime for Goods – the UKCA marking

Wednesday 13th September 2023

Theatre :  Supply Chain, Trade and Policy 

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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.

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

Rosa Williams, Policy and Engagement Manager in the Department for Business and TradeRosa Williams Policy and Engagement Manager
Department for Business and Trade

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