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UKCA - The New UK Domestic Regime of Goods - Shared screen with speaker view
Andrew @ Outdoor Industries Association
14:52
Yes - recorded and slides shared.
Paul Humphreys
15:11
Thanks Andrew
Andrew @ Outdoor Industries Association
15:24
All linked on Outdoor View Newsletter and hosted on OIA UKCA website pages
Dan Mapleston
40:23
Question for the end: where can we find the full rules for physically affixing the UKCA mark - specifically what methods are or are not allowed (printing/embroidering/etching/stamping etc)? No luck so far in finding much detail.
Dan Mapleston
42:30
Could you also please clarify the use of the phrase 'outdoor equipment' as a regulated category? Is this just noise-producing machinery, or the kind of things we sell?
Dan Mapleston
42:32
Thanks
KM
43:09
Question for the end- WE are a manufacturer and importer. we make stock and hold stock in the warehouse. Can we still sell products that are CE marked but stored in our warehouse 2023.
Jason Myers
43:33
Great question from Dan - it goes to the point of adapting existing packaging with say a sticker, as opposed to creating "new" packaging.
Dan Mapleston
44:42
Perfect - thanks
Ian Berry
45:07
As a UK manufacturer we have a warehouse in GB and another EU business/warehouse in the EU. As we require an authorised representative to sell in NI, should we be shipping from the EU as that would be our 'authorised representative'? Or can we ship from the GB, using our EU entity as the authorised representative?
Ben Malcolm
46:40
I’m coming to this a little bit late so I just want to be clear on a couple of things to make sure I’ve understood - UKCA is only required on new products to market if they’re already CE certified, so if we have existing stock in our warehouse as a distributor that will not need re-labelling with UKCA until 2024 or is that open ended ?
Jason Myers
47:31
Similar - what's the obligation to "indelibly" provide the importers contact details on the finished good?
Dan Mapleston
52:27
Does stock count as 'on the market' before Christmas if brought into a bonded warehouse? Thanks
Alistair Carey
57:47
Is elabelling or QR codes acceptable for the importers details
Jeremy Martin
59:12
Can the address of the importer be added by a card to accompany the many other instructions and serial number documents?
Sam Noble
59:58
Just to clarify; Is the UK address also needed on the product (same as the UKCA logo)? Or is the address only required on the packaging?
Dan Mapleston
01:00:19
Thanks
Dan Mapleston
01:01:06
Okay - will do
ross mccloy
01:04:40
Could you clarify the definition of " when a product is placed on the market" ?does this refer to the 1st time the model in question us commercilised ?
Marta Williams
01:05:43
marta.williams@theoia.co.uk
KM
01:06:07
Can we get further clarification on putting the address onto products. As a distributor we cannot mark other companies products as this may effect the PPE...