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Keith Armstrong warns against the flawed assumption by panel and system builders that an installation is automatically compliant with all relevant Directives if its component parts are all CE marked
The subject of this column is a common practice in custom-engineering, panel-building, systems (including industrial Ethernet) and installations, which is based upon the idea that if a number of items of equipment are purchased ‘in good faith’ and all of them are CE marked, then a panel or system constructed solely from them needs no further work to be able to be CE marked and declared compliant with all relevant Directives.
The Guide to the implementation of directives based on the New Approach and the Global Approach (the “Blue Guide”) was published in 2000. Since then, it has become one of the main reference documents explaining how to implement the legislation based on the New Approach, now covered by the New Legislative Framework.
Much of the 2000 edition of the “Blue Guide” is still valid but it requires updating to cover new developments and to ensure the broadest possible common understanding on implementation of the New Legislative Framework (NLF) for the marketing of products. It is also necessary to take account of the changes introduced by the Lisbon Treaty (in force since 1st December 2009) with regard to the legal references and terminology applicable to EU-related documents, procedures, etc.
This new version of the Guide will therefore build on the past edition, but include new chapters, for example on the obligations of economic operators or accreditation, or completely revised chapters such as those on standardisation or market surveillance. The Guide has also been given a new title reflecting the fact that the New Legislative Framework is likely to be used, at least in part, by all types of Union harmonisation legislation and not only by the so-called “New Approach” directives.