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CE Marking


Only safe, flawless and quality products must be available on the European market - this is the purpose of the CE marking. The mark proves that the product in question complies with EU health and safety standards.

Before being placed on the European Union market, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) must comply with the essential health and safety requirements established by European legislation on PPE (Regulation (EU) 2016/425 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 March 2016*) and the specifications established by standards applicable to each product.

* applicable from 21 April 2018, with the exception of Articles 20 to 36 and Article 44, which shall apply from 21 October 2016 and 45, paragraph 1 which shall apply from 21 March 2018.

CTV has the evaluation service for CE marking, using accredited laboratories to ensure maximum effectiveness in carrying out the necessary tests.

Select the type of protection to certify:

The CE marking, when affixed to the products, shall constitute a declaration by the person responsible that:

  • The product complies with all applicable Community provisions;

  •  The conformity assessment procedures have been completed.


According to the PPE risk category, the assessment process has different requirements (according to Regulation (EU) 2016/425 of 9 March 2016):

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If you want to certify a product know the steps of the process:

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The costs of certification are made available after filling the service request.

To formalize, download the service request.

In the Downloads Area you can see the following:

  • the CE marking contract between the client and CTV, where the rights and duties of both are described,

  • the Quality Manual,

  • the list of issued EU Type Examination certificates.

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