What should be on the Declaration of Conformity?

Compliance Expert Soufyan Lamdini explains

What should be on the Declaration of Conformity?

The Declaration of Conformity should contain the following elements:

– Name and full address of the manufacturer and their authorised representative (if applicable)

– Product identification (name, function, model, type, serial number, commercial name and all relevant additional information)

– The applied directive(s), harmonised standards and/or applied technical standards and specifications

– Name and address of the party authorised to compile the Technical File (if applicable) 

– Name, address and identification number of the Notified Body (if applicable)

– Name and signature of the party accepting responsibility of drafting the Declaration on behalf of the manufacturer or their authorised representative

– Date of issue

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