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Need for notified body?

For all active implantable medical devices, the involvement of a Notified Body is obligatory.

To find the Notified Bodies appointed by the Member States to carry out conformity assessment, please use NANDO – the New Approach Notified and Designated Organisations database. You can search for Notified Bodies by Directive or by country via the NANDO homepage.

Need for notified body?

Before proceeding with the assessment procedure, it is important to determine whether you, the manufacturer, can assess your product by yourself or whether you need to involve a Notified Body.

When dealing with the appliances covered by the gas appliances directive, the involvement of a Notified Body is obligatory.

A Notified Body verifies the compliance of a product by conducting a conformity assessment. It also ensures that the technical documentation sufficiently supports product compliance. In the framework of the GAD, a Notified Body is always involved also in the production control phase and its identification number will follow the CE marking.

When the Notified Body has assessed the compliance of the product-type and the type satisfies the applicable provisions, it issues an EC type-examination certificate to confirm this. Following completion of the production phase conformity assessment, the manufacturer will then draw up the Declaration of Conformity (DoC) to declare his sole responsibility that the product confirms to the relevant Directive. The establishment of the DoC is a legal obligation.

The Declaration of Conformity should include the manufacturer’s details such as name and address, essential characteristics the product complies with, any European standards and performance data and the identification number of the Notified Body as well as a legally binding signature.

To find the Notified Bodies appointed by the Member States to carry out conformity assessment, please refer to NANDO – the New Approach Notified and Designated Organisations database. You can search for Notified Bodies by Directive or by country via the NANDO homepage.

Need for notified body?

Before proceeding with the assessment procedure, it is important to determine whether you, the manufacturer, can assess your product by yourself or whether you have to involve a Notified Body.

In the case of cableway installations to carry persons the assistance of a Notified Body is obligatory.

A Notified Body verifies the compliance of subsystems and safety components by conducting a conformity assessment. It also ensures that the technical documentation sufficiently supports product compliance.

When the Notified Body is convinced that the product is compliant, it will issue a certificate of conformity to confirm this. The manufacturer will then draw up the Declaration of Conformity (DoC) to declare on his sole responsibility conformity to the relevant Directive. The establishment of the DoC is a legal obligation.

The Declaration of Conformity must include the manufacturer’s details such as name and address, essential characteristics the product complies with, any European standards and performance data and the identification number of the Notified Body as well as a legally binding signature on behalf of the organisation. For further details please consult your specific Directive.

To find the Notified Bodies appointed by the Member States to carry out conformity assessment, please use NANDO – the New Approach Notified and Designated Organisations database. You can search for Notified Bodies by Directive or by country via the NANDO homepage.

Need for notified body?

Before proceeding with the assessment procedure, it is important to clear whether you, the manufacturer, can assess your product by yourself or whether you have to involve a Notified Body.

The need for involving a Notified Body is determined in the specific Implementing Measures adopted under the Ecodesign Directive 2009/125/EC.

A Notified Body verifies the compliance of a product by conducting a conformity assessment. It also ensures that the technical documentation sufficiently supports product compliance. If the Notified Body is involved in the production control phase, its identification number will follow the CE marking.

When the Notified Body is convinced of product’s compliance, it issues a certificate of conformity to confirm this. Then the manufacturer draws up a Declaration of Conformity (DoC) to declare that it is his sole responsibility to ensure conformity to the relevant Directive. The establishment of a DoC is a legal obligation.

The Declaration of Conformity must include the manufacturer’s details such as name and address, essential characteristics the product complies with, any European standards and performance data and the identification number of the Notified Body as well as a legally binding signature on behalf of the organisation. For further details please consult your specific Directive.

To find the Notified Bodies appointed by the Member States to carry out conformity assessment, the manufacturer should consult the NANDO database – the New Approach Notified and Designated Organisations. They can search for Notified Bodies by Directive or by country via the NANDO homepage.

Need for notified body?

Under the EMC conformity assessment procedures, the manufacturer is obliged to perform an EMC assessment of the apparatus. The EMC Directive does not require the intervention of a Notified Body. However, the manufacturer or his authorised representative in the Community can present technical documentation to a Notified Body which will review it and assess whether the technical documentation properly demonstrates that the requirements of the Directive have been met. If this is the case, the Notified Body will issue a statement confirming it. This statement shall be part of the technical documentation.

Then the manufacturer draws up the Declaration of Conformity (DoC) to declare on his sole responsibility conformity to the relevant Directive. The establishment of the DoC is a legal obligation.

The Declaration of Conformity must include:

  • a reference to the Directive,
  • an identification of the apparatus,
  • the manufacturer’s details such as name and address,
  • a dated reference of the specifications under which conformity is declared
  • the date of the declaration,
  • the identity and signature of the person empowered to bind the manufacturer or his authorised representative.

To find the Notified Bodies appointed by the Member States to carry out conformity assessment, the manufacturer should consult the NANDO database – the New Approach Notified and Designated Organisations. They can search for Notified Bodies by Directive or by country via the NANDO homepage.

Need for notified body?

Before proceeding with the conformity assessment procedure, it is important to determine whether you, the manufacturer, can assess your product by yourself or whether you have to involve a Notified Body.

In the case of equipment and protective systems for potentially explosive atmospheres, it depends on the specific product whether the conformity assessment by a Notified Body is obligatory or not. For further details please consult Directive 94/9/EC.

A Notified Body verifies the compliance of a product by conducting a conformity assessment. It also ensures that the technical documentation sufficiently supports product compliance. If the Notified Body is involved in the production control phase, its identification number will follow the CE marking.

When the Notified Body is convinced of product compliance, it will issue a certificate of conformity to confirm this. The manufacturer will then draw up a Declaration of Conformity (DoC) to declare that it is his sole responsibility to ensure conformity to the relevant Directive. The establishment of the DoC is a legal obligation.

The Declaration of Conformity must include the manufacturer’s details such as his name and address, essential characteristics and requirements the product complies with, any European harmonised standards and performance data and the identification number of the Notified Body as well as a legally binding signature on behalf of the organisation. For further details please consult the Directive, in particular Annex II.

To find the Notified Bodies appointed by the Member States to carry out conformity assessment, look no further than NANDO – the New Approach Notified and Designated Organisations database. You can search for Notified Bodies by Directive or by country via the NANDO homepage.

Need for notified body?

When dealing with explosives for civil use, the involvement of a Notified Body is obligatory.

A Notified Body verifies the compliance of a product by conducting a conformity assessment. It also ensures that the technical documentation sufficiently supports product compliance. If the Notified Body is involved in the production control phase, its identification number will follow the CE marking.

When the Notified Body is convinced of product compliance, a certificate of conformity that confirms this will be issued. The manufacturer will then draw up the Declaration of Conformity (DoC) to declare that he is solely responsible for the product’s conformity to the relevant Directive. The establishment of the DoC is a legal obligation.

The Declaration of Conformity must include the manufacturer’s details, such as name and address, essential characteristics the product complies with, any European standards and performance data and the identification number of the Notified Body, as well as a legally binding signature on behalf of the organisation. For further details please consult your specific Directive.

To find the Notified Bodies appointed by the Member States to carry out conformity assessment, please use NANDO – the New Approach Notified and Designated Organisations database. You can search for Notified Bodies by Directive or by country via the NANDO homepage.

Need for notified body?

Before proceeding with the assessment procedure, it is important to determine whether you, the manufacturer, can assess your product by yourself or you have to involve a Notified Body.

When dealing with hot water boilers, the specific product determines whether a conformity assessment by a Notified Body is obligatory or not. For further details please consult the Directive 92/42/EEC.

A Notified Body verifies the compliance of a product type by conducting a conformity assessment. It also ensures that the technical documentation sufficiently supports product compliance. If the Notified Body is involved in the production control phase, its identification number will follow the CE marking.

When the Notified Body is convinced of product type compliance, it will issue a certificate of conformity to confirm this. The manufacturer will then draw up the Declaration of Conformity (DoC) to declare that the appliances placed on the market are in conformity with the type endorsed by the Notified Body and therefore in conformity with the Directive. This is the manufacturer's sole responsibility, and the establishment of the DoC is a legal obligation.

The Declaration of Conformity must include the manufacturer’s details, such as name and address, essential characteristics the product complies with, any European standards and performance data and the identification number of the Notified Body, as well as a legally binding signature on behalf of the organisation. For further details please consult your specific Directive.

To find the Notified Bodies appointed by the Member States to carry out conformity assessment, please use NANDO – the New Approach Notified and Designated Organisations database. You can search for Notified Bodies by Directive or by country via the NANDO homepage.

Need for notified body?

Before proceeding with the assessment procedure, it is important to determine whether you, as a manufacturer, need to involve a Notified Body.

The involvement of a Notified Body is necessary for IVDs listed in Annex II to Directive 98/79/EC and for IVDs designed for self-testing. To find the Notified Bodies appointed by the Member States to carry out conformity assessment, please use NANDO – the New Approach Notified and Designated Organisations database. You can search for Notified Bodies by Directive or by country via the NANDO homepage.

Need for notified body?

The lift installer or the manufacturer of the safety components for lifts must always involve a Notified Body in the conformity assessment procedure.

In the case of conformity assessment for lifts, the involvement of a Notified Body is obligatory.

A Notified Body verifies the compliance of a product by conducting a conformity assessment. It also ensures that the technical documentation sufficiently supports product compliance. If the Notified Body is involved in the production control phase, its identification number will follow the CE marking.

When the Notified Body is convinced of product compliance, it issues a certificate of conformity to confirm this. Then the lift installer or the manufacturer of the safety components for lifts draws up the Declaration of Conformity (DoC) to declare that it is his sole responsibility to ensure conformity to the relevant Directive. The establishment of the DoC is a legal obligation.

The Declaration of Conformity must include the details of the lift installer or of the manufacturer of the safety components for lifts, such as name and address, essential characteristics the product complies with, any European standards and performance data and the identification number of the Notified Body, as well as a legally binding signature on behalf of the organisation. For further details please consult your specific Directive.

To find the Notified Bodies appointed by the Member States to carry out conformity assessment, please consult NANDO – the New Approach Notified and Designated Organisations database. You can search for Notified Bodies by Directive or by country via the NANDO homepage.

Need for notified body?

The manufacturer may seek the opinion of a Notified Body, but the manufacturer always has the responsibility to ensure and to declare that the products conform to the applicable legislative requirements.

Need for notified body?

Before proceeding with the assessment procedure, it is relevant to clear whether you, the manufacturer, can assess your product by yourself or you have to involve a Notified Body.

Directive 2006/42/EC on Machinery foresees the involvement of a Notified Body if the product to be assessed falls in one of 23 categories listed under Annex IV and it does not conform to a European Harmonised Standard which covers all of the relevant health and safety requirement. In this case, the manufacturer has to seek assistance by a Notified Body. If it is not the case, the manufacturer himself carries out internal checks on the product..

A Notified Body verifies the compliance of a product by conducting a conformity assessment. It also ensures that the technical documentation sufficiently supports product compliance. If the Notified Body is involved in the production control phase, its identification number will follow the CE marking.

When the Notified Body is convinced of product compliance, issues a certificate of conformity to confirm this. Then the manufacturer draws up the Declaration of Conformity (DoC) to declare on his sole responsibility conformity to the relevant Directive. The DoC is legally binding.

The Declaration of Conformity must include the manufacturer's, details such as name and address, essential characteristics the product complies with, any European standards and performance data and the identification number of the Notified Body as well as a legally binding signature on behalf of the organisation, if relevant. For further details please consult your specific Directive.

To find the Notified Bodies appointed by the Member States to carry out conformity assessment, look no further than NANDO – the New Approach Notified and Designated Organisations database. You can search for Notified Bodies by Directive or by country via the NANDO homepage.

Need for notified body?

Before proceeding with the assessment procedure, it is important to determine whether you, the manufacturer, can assess your product by yourself or whether you have to involve a Notified Body.

When dealing with measuring instruments, the manufacturer is allowed to choose between two assessment procedures stipulated in Annex A to the Directive:

  • the manufacturer assesses conformity by internal production control as specified in Annex A
  • a Notified Body performs an internal production control along with a product test, as specified in Annex A1

A Notified Body verifies the compliance of a product by conducting a conformity assessment. It also ensures that the technical documentation sufficiently supports product compliance. If the Notified Body is involved in the production control phase, its identification number will be listed after the CE marking.

When the Notified Body is convinced of product’s compliance, it will issue a certificate of conformity to confirm this. The manufacturer will then draw up a Declaration of Conformity (DoC) to declare that he is solely responsible for the product’s conformity to the relevant Directive. The establishment of the DoC is a legal obligation.

The Declaration of Conformity must include the manufacturer’s details, such as name and address, essential characteristics the product complies with, any European standards and performance data and the identification number of the Notified Body, as well as a legally binding signature on behalf of the organisation. For further details please consult your specific Directive.

To find the Notified Bodies appointed by the Member States to carry out conformity assessment, please use NANDO – the New Approach Notified and Designated Organisations database. You can search for Notified Bodies by Directive or by country via the NANDO homepage.

Need for notified body?

Before proceeding with the assessment procedure, it is important to establish whether you, the manufacturer, can assess your product by yourself or whether you have to involve a Notified Body.

In the Directive on Medical Devices, the medical device is classified in accordance with the provisions of Annex IX of the MDD as class I (low risk), class IIa or IIb (medium risk) or class III (high risk). The involvement of a Notified Body is not necessary for medical devices of class I unless they have a measuring function or are placed on the market in a sterile condition.

A Notified Body verifies in most of the cases only the quality management of the manufacturer. For all medical devices belonging to class III, and for medical devices belonging to class IIa and IIb on a representative basis, the design of the medical device and its compliance with the Essential Requirements must be examined by a Notified Body. The Notified Body issues a certificate that indicates, by referring to one of the Annexes II to VI of the MDD, what has been verified.

To find the Notified Bodies appointed by the Member States to carry out conformity assessment, please consult NANDO – the New Approach Notified and Designated Organisations database. You can search for Notified Bodies by Directive, country or by the Notified Body's number (indicated next to the CE marking) via the NANDO homepage.

Need for notified body?

Before proceeding with the assessment procedure, it is important to determine whether you, the manufacturer, can assess your product by yourself or whether you need to involve a Notified Body.

Directive 2000/14/EC on Noise Emission in the Environment foresees the involvement of a Notified Body (except in case of the procedure laid down under Annex V) .

A Notified Body verifies the compliance of a product by conducting a conformity assessment. It also ensures that the technical documentation sufficiently supports product compliance. If the Notified Body is involved in the production control phase, its identification number will follow the CE marking.

When the Notified Body is convinced of product compliance, it will issue a certificate of conformity to confirm this. The manufacturer will then draw up the Declaration of Conformity (DoC) to declare on his sole responsibility conformity to the relevant Directive. The establishment of the DoC is a legal obligation.

The Declaration of Conformity must include the manufacturer’s details such as name and address, essential characteristics the product complies with, any European standards and performance data and the identification number of the Notified Body as well as a legally binding signature on behalf of the organisation. For further details please consult your specific Directive.

To find the Notified Bodies appointed by the Member States to carry out conformity assessment, the manufacturer should consult the NANDO database – the New Approach Notified and Designated Organisations. They can search for Notified Bodies by Directive or by country via the NANDO homepage.

Need for notified body?

Before proceeding with the assessment procedure, it is important to determine whether you, the manufacturer, can assess your product by yourself or whether you have to involve a Notified Body.

In the case of non-automatic weighing equipment the manufacturer can choose from different assessment procedures and thereby also decide whether or not to involve a Notified Body.

A Notified Body verifies the compliance of a product by conducting a conformity assessment. It also ensures that the technical documentation sufficiently supports product compliance. If the Notified Body is involved in the production control phase, its identification number will follow the CE marking.

When the Notified Body is convinced of a product’s compliance, it will issue a certificate of conformity to confirm this. The manufacturer will then draw up the Declaration of Conformity (DoC) to declare on his sole responsibility conformity to the relevant Directive. The establishment of the DoC is a legal obligation.

The Declaration of Conformity must include the manufacturer’s details such as name and address, essential characteristics the product complies with, any European standards and performance data and the identification number of the Notified Body as well as a legally binding signature on behalf of the organisation. For further details please consult your specific Directive.

To find the Notified Bodies appointed by the Member States to carry out conformity assessment, please consult NANDO – the New Approach Notified and Designated Organisations database. You can search for Notified Bodies by Directive or by country via the NANDO homepage.

Need for notified body?

Before proceeding with the assessment procedure, it is important to determine whether you, the manufacturer, can assess your product by yourself or if you have to involve a Notified Body.

When dealing with personal protective equipment only category II and III require the involvement of a Notified Body.

A Notified Body verifies the compliance of a product by conducting a conformity assessment. It also ensures that the technical documentation sufficiently supports product compliance. If the Notified Body is involved in the production control phase (in case of category III PPE), its identification number will follow the CE marking.

For category II PPE, when the Notified Body verifies product’s compliance, it will issue an EC type-examination certificate to confirm this. In case of category III PPE additionally a production control is carried out. The manufacturer will then draw up the Declaration of Conformity (DoC) to declare on his sole responsibility the product’s conformity to the relevant Directive. The establishment of the DoC is a legal obligation.

The Declaration of Conformity must include the manufacturer’s details such as name and address, number of EC type-examination certificate (if applicable), any European standards and performance data and the identification number of the Notified Body as well as a legally binding signature on behalf of the organisation. For further details please consult your specific Directive.

To find the Notified Bodies appointed by the Member States to carry out conformity assessment, please use NANDO – the New Approach Notified and Designated Organisations database. You can search for Notified Bodies by Directive or by country via the NANDO homepage.

Need for notified body?

Before proceeding with the assessment procedure, it is important to determine whether you, the manufacturer, can assess your product by yourself or whether you have to involve a Notified Body.

The pressure equipment in the scope of the Directive is classified in different categories (ranging from I to IV), according to ascending level of hazard in accordance with Annex II of the Directive.

The involvement of a Notified Body is obligatory for equipment of category II or higher.

A Notified Body verifies the compliance of a product by conducting a conformity assessment. It also ensures that the technical documentation sufficiently supports the product compliance. If the Notified Body is involved in the production control phase, its identification number will follow the CE marking.

When the Notified Body is convinced of product compliance, it will issue a certificate to confirm this. The manufacturer will then draw up the Declaration of Conformity (DoC) to declare on his sole responsibility conformity to the relevant Directive. The establishment of the DoC is a legal obligation.

The Declaration of Conformity must include the manufacturer’s details such as name and address, essential characteristics the product complies with, any European standards and performance data and the identification number of the Notified Body as well as a legally binding signature on behalf of the organisation. For further details please consult the Directive.

To find the Notified Bodies appointed by the Member States to carry out conformity assessment, please refer to NANDO – the New Approach Notified and Designated Organisations database. You can search for Notified Bodies by Directive or by country via the NANDO homepage.

Need for notified body?

Before proceeding with the assessment procedure, it is important to determine whether you, the manufacturer, can assess your product by yourself or if you have to involve a Notified Body.

Directive 2007/23/EC on Pyrotechnic Articles always foresees the involvement of a Notified Body.

A Notified Body verifies the compliance of a product by conducting a conformity assessment. It also ensures that the technical documentation sufficiently supports product compliance. If the Notified Body is involved in the production control phase, its identification number will follow the CE marking.

When the Notified Body is convinced of product compliance, it will issue a certificate of conformity to confirm this. The manufacturer will then draw up the Declaration of Conformity (DoC) to declare on his sole responsibility conformity to the relevant Directive. The establishment of the DoC is a legal obligation.

The Declaration of Conformity must include the manufacturer’s details such as name and address, essential characteristics the product complies with, any European standards and performance data and the identification number of the Notified Body as well as a legally binding signature on behalf of the organisation. For further details please consult your specific Directive.

To find the Notified Bodies appointed by the Member States to carry out conformity assessment, the manufacturer should consult the NANDO database – the New Approach Notified and Designated Organisations. They can search for Notified Bodies by Directive or by country via the NANDO homepage.

Need for notified body?

Before proceeding with the assessment procedure, it is important to determine whether you, the manufacturer, can assess your product by yourself or whether you have to involve a Notified Body.

Depending on the type of apparatus and whether or not harmonised standards are used the Directive foresees different possibilities of assessment procedures. When the manufacturer did not use Harmonised Standards, or when these do not exist, it must present its technical file to a Notified Body, which will review it.

A Notified Body verifies the compliance of a product by conducting a conformity assessment. It also ensures that the technical documentation sufficiently supports product compliance. If the Notified Body is involved in the production control phase, its identification number shall follow the CE marking.

When the Notified Body is convinced of product compliance, it will issue a certificate of conformity to confirm this. The manufacturer will then draw up the Declaration of Conformity (DoC) to declare on his sole responsibility conformity of each individual product to the relevant Directive. The establishment of the DoC is a legal obligation.

The Declaration of Conformity must include the manufacturer’s details such as name and address, essential characteristics the product complies with, any European standards and performance data and the identification number of the Notified Body as well as a legally binding signature on behalf of the organisation.

To find the Notified Bodies appointed by the Member States to carry out conformity assessment, please refer to NANDO – the New Approach Notified and Designated Organisations database. You can search for Notified Bodies by Directive or by country via the NANDO homepage.

Need for notified body?

Before proceeding with the assessment procedure, it is important to determine whether you, the manufacturer, can assess your product by yourself or whether you have to involve a Notified Body.

For specific crafts built for inshore and sheltered water voyages which are manufactured in compliance with European Harmonised Standards which covers all relevant safety aspects, the manufacturer can carry out internal checks on the product and can then draw up and sign the EC Declaration of Conformity. A Notified Body verifies the compliance of the product by conducting a conformity assessment. It also ensures that the technical documentation sufficiently supports product compliance. If the Notified Body is involved in the production control phase, its identification number will follow the CE marking.

When the Notified Body is convinced of the product’s compliance, it will issue a certificate of conformity to confirm this. The manufacturer will then draw up the Declaration of Conformity (DoC) to declare on their sole responsibility conformity to the relevant Directive. The establishment of the DoC is a legal obligation.

The Declaration of Conformity must include the manufacturer’s details such as name and address, essential characteristics the product complies with, any European standards and performance data and the identification number of the Notified Body as well as a legally binding signature on behalf of the organisation. For further details please consult your specific Directive.

To find the Notified Bodies appointed by the Member States to carry out conformity assessment, please refer to NANDO – the New Approach Notified and Designated Organisations database. You can search for Notified Bodies by Directive or by country via the NANDO homepage.

Need for notified body?

Please consult http://ec.europa.eu/environment/waste/rohs_eee/legis_en.htm.

Need for notified body?

Before proceeding with the assessment procedure, it is important to establish whether you, the manufacturer, can assess your product by yourself or only with the involvement of a Notified Body.

With regard to the safety of toys on the European market, the Directive (2009/48/EC) on toy safety requires the assistance of a Notified Body in case the toy in question does not comply fully (or in part) with the harmonised standards as laid out in Article 13 (and therefore conformity has to be determined directly to the requirements of the Directive) or in case the manufacturer feels the toy requires a verification by a Notified Body.

A Notified Body verifies the compliance of a product by conducting conformity assessment. It also ensures that the technical documentation sufficiently supports product compliance.

When the Notified Body is convinced of a product’s compliance, it issues a certificate of conformity to confirm this. The manufacturer will then draw up the Declaration of Conformity (DoC) to attest on his sole responsibility for conformity to the relevant Directive. The establishment of the DoC is a legal obligation.

The Declaration of Conformity must include the manufacturer’s details, such as name and address, essential characteristics the product complies with, any European standards and performance data and the identification number of the Notified Body, as well as a legally binding signature on behalf of the organisation. For further details, please consult Annex III of Directive 2009/48/EC.

To find the Notified Bodies appointed by the Member States to carry out conformity assessment, please consult NANDO – the New Approach Notified and Designated Organisations database. You can search for Notified Bodies by Directive or by country via the NANDO homepage.

Need for notified body?

Before proceeding with the assessment procedure, it is important to determine whether you, the manufacturer, can assess your product by yourself or if you have to involve a Notified Body.

A Notified Body verifies the compliance of a product with the Directive by conducting a conformity assessment. Depending on the use or not of harmonised European standards and the potential pressure hazard determined by the total energetic content of the vessels - determined by the product of PS (pressure) and V (volume) - appropriate conformity assessment procedures are defined in the Directive.

A Notified Body verifies the compliance of a product by conducting a conformity assessment. It also ensures that the technical documentation sufficiently supports product compliance. If the Notified Body is involved in the production control phase, its identification number will follow the CE marking.

If the product is in compliance with the directive, the Notified body will issue a certificate to confirm this. The manufacturer will then draw up the Declaration of Conformity (DoC) to declare on their sole responsibility conformity of the product to the relevant Directives. The establishment of the DoC is a legal obligation.

The Declaration of Conformity must include the manufacturer’s details such as name and address, essential characteristics the product complies with, any European standards and performance data and the identification number of the Notified Body as well as a legally binding signature on behalf of the organisation. For further details please consult the specific Directive.

To find the Notified Bodies appointed by the Member States to carry out conformity assessment, please refer to NANDO – the New Approach Notified and Designated Organisations database. You can search for Notified Bodies by Directive or by country via the NANDO homepage.

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