- When a manufacturer puts the CE marking on a products this implies that he complies to all the Essential Health and safety requirements from all the directives that applies to its product.
- The CE marking has to be affixed by the manufacturer or its official representative in the European Union according to its legal format visibly, legibly and indelibly to the product.
- If a directive requires the participation of a Notified Body in the conformity assessment procedure, its identification number has to be put behind the CE logo. This is done under the responsibility of the Notified Body.
- CE marking has been introduced by the COUNCIL DIRECTIVE 93/68/EEC of 22 July 1993 amending Directive.