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CLC publishes Conformity Marking of Construction Guide
 Three identification marks
The rules governing these marks will depend on where the product is intended to be used.
The three marks are:
- The EU's marking for product conformity (CE marking).
- The United Kingdom Conformity Assessed mark (UKCA mark).
- The United Kingdom Northern Ireland mark (UK(NI) mark), which is additional to the CE marking in some instances.
The guide helps businesses plan for the changes by presenting several scenarios that explain which legislation will apply to products, what marking is needed and which conformity assessment body they may need to assess a product's compliance before placing it on the relevant market.
Commenting, Peter Caplehorn, Chief Executive of the Construction Products Association and Chair of the Standards and Alignment Workstream of the BREXIT Working Group, said: "We hope the guidance is of help to clarify the situation with regard to marking of products, especially as we transition from one system to another; this is complex, and we have opted to use a tabulated format to explain the options.
"Especially with the options for Northern Ireland, we have distilled the guidance down to the basics for ease of understanding. We also recognise that there are several areas still to be worked on across this whole topic, and some revision may be necessary in the coming months.
"The group are also working on a number of further documents around information that supports the marks including testing, standards, certification processes and organisations providing these - or supporting manufacturers - when placing products on the market."
This article originally appeared on the CIAT website. It was published on 28 October 2020.
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