How do you write a Declaration of Conformity?

Contents of the Declaration of Conformity

How do you write a Declaration of Conformity?

Contents of the Declaration of Conformity

  1. Name and business address of the product manufacturer or the authorised representative.
  2. Identification that allows the product’s traceability.
  3. Notified body details, if applicable.
  4. A statement, saying that the manufacturer takes full responsibility for the product’s compliance.

Can I make my own Declaration of Conformity?

If you are the manufacturer of a product, or if you sell the product under your own trademark onto the EU market, then you can draft the Declaration of Conformity yourself.

Is CoC and DoC same?

DoC vs certificate of conformity: A DoC is not the same as a Certificate of Conformity (CoC). A CoC (or type approval) is granted by a Notified Body to a product that meets a minimum set of regulatory, technical and safety requirements.

What is Declaration of Conformity?

A Declaration of Conformity (DoC) is a document stating that a product, usually electronic, meets the standards to which it must legally adhere, such as safety regulations.

What will replace CE marking after Brexit?

The UKCA (UK Conformity Assessed) marking is a new UK product marking that is used for goods being placed on the market in Great Britain (England, Wales and Scotland). It covers most goods which previously required the CE marking , known as ‘new approach’ goods. The UKCA marking came into effect on 1 January 2021.

Do I need a certificate of conformity?

It is generally inspected during customs clearance if the product being imported requires it. Without a CoC, products may be impounded, confiscated, and in some case destroyed. The main reason a CoC is required at customs is to prove a product that the product being imported meets the required standard(s).

Who provides Declaration of Conformity?

Components Included In a Declaration of Conformity A DoC is created by the manufacturer or distributor of the product and should be signed by someone with the authority to both make decisions on behalf of the manufacturer and assign the resources necessary to make sure the process is completed correctly.