BEIS explains no-deal arrangements for regulated goods

The department for business, energy and industrial strategy has laid out what action manufacturers and distributors of goods regulated under EU regimes such as ecodesign will have to take in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

After 29 March, goods placed on the UK market for the first time would be subject to conformity assessment much as they are now. Standards will not change, at least immediately.

Conformity, declared through the CE or other applicable mark, is currently either assessed by an external body or is self-declared, depending on the regime. These marks would be replaced by a new UKCA mark to indicate that the product meets UK requirements.

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