What is CE Certificate?
We see CE letters on many products in free circulation in the European Economic Area (EEA). This mark, which stands for European Conformity, indicates that products sold within the Community have been inspected/assessed according to minimum safety, health and environmental protection requirements. You’ll see the CE mark on a new phone, food processor, television or crayon you buy within the European Community. The CE mark also expresses the conditions of fair competition by obliging all manufacturers to comply with the same accountable rules.
The shape of the CE Mark should be as follows, even if the dimensions change, the proportions should be followed. The CE mark must be affixed visibly, legibly and indelibly on the product data plate/label. If these conditions cannot be met due to the nature of the product, it should be attached to the product’s package or appropriate documents
The main feature of EU regulations is that products bearing the CE mark are limited to basic requirements that set high health and safety requirements. Basic requirements express the inherent hazards of the product, so manufacturers should make risk analyzes and keep them in their technical files if they are not included in the harmonized standards they use.
While the essential requirements specify the results to be achieved or the hazards to be eliminated, they do not provide a hint of technical solutions or how to deal with these hazards. Manufacturers can reach the exact solutions and application details that will comply with the basic requirements by using the relevant harmonized standards or specifications.
It should be like the shape of the CE indicator, even if it is, the proportions should be followed. It must be affixed visibly, legibly and indelibly on the CE product data plate/label. It should be made suitable for a preparation in accordance with these conditions before the appropriate ones to be made from the process.