CE Marking & Construction Products Regulations (CPR)

With effect from the 1st July the Construction Products Regulations 2013 (CPR) comes into force in the United Kingdom. This places legally binding obligations on everyone in the supply chain from this date.

Guide to CE marking

This will apply in 2 parts.

1. The first relates to constituent Structural Steel Products used in construction and is effective from 1st July 2013

2. The second part relates to Fabricated Structural Steel Components used in construction and is effective from 1st July 2014

About the Guide

The CPR can be a complex and daunting process to comprehend and implement and has wide ranging implications for fabricators, their subcontractors and suppliers who are all required to comply.

This document is intended to help anyone, affected by this change in legislation, understand the requirements, the timetable for implementation, how compliance can be achieved and how we at ParkerSteel can help you in achieving and maintaining your compliance.

ParkerSteel is Fully Compliant

ParkerSteel are the first (and only, at the time of writing) steel distributor and processor in the United Kingdom to be fully complaint for CE marking with ISO 9001 accreditation and full Factory Production Control (FPC) to meet the requirements of BS EN 1090-2 systems and are approved by a Notified Body (Steel Construction Certification Scheme)

We are fully compliant with the BCSA standard conditions of supply and the National Structural Steelwork Specification V5 CE Marking Version when requesting Execution Class 2 or higher

We hope you find this publication helpful and if you have any further questions please do not hesitate to
contact your normal Relationship Manager, who will be delighted to help.

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