CE marking for Structural Steel to BS EN 1090 is now a legal requirement
Work with us to understand what actions you can take to comply
Since the changes; Structural Steelwork and aluminium now fall under the Construction Products Regulation (CPR) which means CE marking must be secured to show compliance with EN 1090-1.
This covers any structural component that has been designed and fabricated to meet BS EN 1991 series of standards (Eurocode 3 and 9) for steel and aluminium structures in buildings. You need to show that they comply with EN 1090-1, and as a Notified Body we can help you to achieve this.
If you haven’t achieved CE marking for your products and they fall under the regulation, download our helpful guide that will talk you through the actions you need to take next
Alternatively, you can complete a short questionnaire to help us understand your business and provide you with the best possible service to help you comply to BS EN 1090.
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