UKCA Implementation Delayed Until 31 December 2024

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By Engaged Expert Simon Barrowcliff

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In response to the impact of the pandemic on businesses, the UK Government has extended the deadline to 31 December 2024 to apply UKCA marks for certain products to demonstrate compliance with product safety regulations, rather than 1 January 2022.

The UK Conformity Assessed (UKCA) marking allows the UK to have control over its goods regulations, maintaining the high product safety standards expected in the UK. The UKCA marking replaces the product safety labelling the UK previously used while a member of the EU, such as the CE mark. Businesses must take action to ensure they are ready to apply UKCA marking by 31 December 2024, the final deadline. 

On-Demand Webinar: UKCA Mark Update

Our expert, Simon Barrowcliff, outlined the UKCA regime and covered the following to give clarity to product manufacturers: 


  • Overview of the UK Government's “easement measures” 
  • UKCA marking and importer details 
  • Spares to repair, replace, and maintain 
  • UKCA conformity assessments using existing EU Notified Body Certification 
  • Summary of the new UKCA implementation  
  • Two real-life case studies on radio equipment for the whole UK and EU market


If you are interested in this, please watch the on-demand webinar below. 

Element provides testing, certification and approved body services in support of UKCA. Please contact us if you have any questions or need help in meeting your UKCA marking needs.

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