CE Check 2019 Updates

CE Check updates: more CE Directives

More CE Directives Available in the System


We are delighted to announce the addition of the listed below European directives and regulations to our digital CE marking system. With the new updates, our CE directives’ browser will know no limits and challenges. It will be able to list the EU directives and regulations applicable to an uncountable number of products!

∇ Previous coverage of the CE Check’s system ∇


  • Medical Devices Directive (MDD) 2007/47/EC
  • In Vitro Diagnostic Medical Devices Directive (INVMD) 98/79/EC
  • Active implantable devices directive (AIMD) 90/385/EEC
  • Low Voltage Directive (LVD) 2014/35/EU
  • Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (EMC) 2014/30/EU
  • Radio Equipment Directive (RED) 2014/53/EU
  • Machine Directive (MD) 2006/42/EC
  • Batteries directive (BATTERY) 2006/66/EC
  • Eco-design Requirements for Energy-Related Products (ECODESIGN) 2009/125/EC
  • Packaging and Packaging Waste Directive (WASTE) 2015/720
  • Equipment for potentially explosive atmospheres (ATEX) 2014/34/EU
  • Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) 2011/65/EU
  • Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) 2012/19/EU
  • Directive on Labelling of Energy-Related Products (LERP) 2010/30/EU
  • General Product Safety Directive (GPSD) 2001/95/EC

Latest CE additions ⇓

  • PPE 2016/425   Personal Protective Equipment Regulation


The Regulation applies to personal protective equipment (PPE) that is to be made available on the EU Single Market. It contains all safety requirements which PPE must comply with to guarantee the users’ health and safety and establishes rules governing its free movement in the European Union.

PPE directive
toy safety directive
  • TOY 2009/48/EC    Directive on Toy Safety


Directive 2009/48/EC lays down the essential safety criteria that toys must meet before they can be sold in the EU and regulates their free movement in all EU Member States. This directive applies to products designed or intended for use in play by kids under 14 years of age. Outside of its scope are following toys: slings and catapults; playground equipment and automatic playing machines intended for public use; toy steam engines and toy vehicles equipped with combustion engines.

  • ECU 2014/28/EU    Directive on Explosives for Civil Use


The Directive lays down the conditions associated with placing explosives for civil use on the EU market. It covers explosives for civil uses and doesn’t apply to ammunition, pyrotechnic objects covered by Directive 2013/29/EU and explosives intended for use by the police and the armed forces.

Explosives for Civil Use Directive (ECU)
Fireworks - Pyrotechnic Articles Directive
  • PTA 2013/29/EU    Directive on Pyrotechnic articles


The PTA Directive contains rules related to the design and manufacture of pyrotechnic articles to ensure a high level of protection of the health and safety of consumers. It further regulates the free movement of such products in the internal market and takes into account all relevant aspects associated with environmental protection.

  • MID 2014/32/EU    Directive on Measuring Instruments


MID sets down the basic safety requirements for a broad group of measuring instruments (e.g. water and gas meters, volume conversion devices, automatic weighting systems, material measures, taximeters, exhaust gas analysers and many others). All products covered by the Directive must meet the conditions set in the Directive to be made available on the EU market and/or brought into service for the measuring tasks referred to in Article 3(1) of the MID.

water meter - Measuring Instruments Directive
scale - NAWI Directive
  • NAWI 2014/31/EU    Non-automatic Weighing Instruments Directive


Compliance with the NAWI Directive (2009/23/EC) is required for all non-automatic weighing instruments that are sold in the EU/EEA. The Directive establishes the essential safety requirements that such products must satisfy to be placed on the EU Single Market. It applies to all non-automatic weighting instruments.

  • CWI 2016/424     Cableway Installations Regulation


The CWI Regulation (EU) 2016/424 establishes rules on the free circulation of subsystems and safety elements for cableway installations within the EU/EEA. It specifies the essential criteria related to the design, manufacture and entry into service that new cableway installations need to meet to be placed on the market. This regulation applies to: any cableway installations intended to transport individuals; any subsystems and safety components for cableway installations; and, modifications of current cableway installations which require a new authorisation.

Cable car - Cableway Installations Directive
Lifts Directive
  • LIFTS 2014/33/EU    Directive on Lifts and Safety Components for Lifts


This Directive regulates the free movement of lifts and safety modules for lifts within the EU market and guarantees a high level of safety for users and maintenance personnel. It is applicable to lifts permanently serving buildings and constructions and designed to transport either persons or goods (if the transporter is accessible) or both. Additionally, Annex III lists all safety components that also fall under the Directive’s scope.

  • SPVD 2014/29/EU    Simple Pressure Vessels Directive


SPVD lays down all basic requirements related to the design, construction and conformity assessment of simple pressure vessels. It ensured free circulation of the products, part of its scope, while guaranteeing a high level of users’ safety. The Directive covers a wide range of simple pressure vessels, excluding any products explicitly created for nuclear use, failure of which may lead to an emission of radioactivity or for installation in or the propulsion of aircraft and ships. Outside of the Directive’s scope are the fire extinguishers as well.

Simple Pressure Vessels Directive
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