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Manufacturers play a crucial role in ensuring that products placed on the extended Single Market of the EEA are safe. They are responsible for checking that their products meet EU safety, health, and environmental protection requirements. It is the manufacturer’s responsibility to carry out the conformity assessment, set up the technical file, issue the EU declaration of conformity, and affix the CE marking to a product. Only then can this product be traded on the EEA market.


If you are a manufacturer, you have to follow these six steps to affix a CE marking to your product:

Identify the applicable directive(s) and harmonised standards

  1. Verify product specific requirements

  2. Identify whether an independent conformity assessment (by a notified body) is necessary

  3. Test the product and check its conformity

  4. Draw up and keep available the required technical documentation

  5. Affix the CE marking and draw up the EU Declaration of Conformity (27 KB).


  1. 确定适用的指令和统一标准

  2. 验证产品特定要求

  3. 确定是否有必要进行独立的合格评定(由指定机构进行)

  4. 测试产品并检查其符合性

  5. 制定并保持所需的技术文档

  6. 粘贴CE标志并起草欧盟符合性声明

These six steps may differ by product as the conformity assessment procedure varies. Manufacturers must not affix CE marking to products that don’t fall under the scope of one of the directives providing for its affixing.


For products that present higher safety risks such as gas boilers, safety cannot be checked by the manufacturer alone. In these cases, an independent organisation, specifically a notified body appointed by national authorities, has to perform the safety check. The manufacturer may affix the CE marking to the product only once this has been done.