I posted earlier that the Government issued instructions on the CE mark and the new UKCA mark. This post sets out more detail.
The UK issued a technical notice on Construction Products – here.
The UK then issued instructions re the new UKCA mark – here.
A couple of points :
(1) Manufacturers will not have to use the UK marking (UKCA mark) immediately. In the event that the UK leaves the EU without a deal manufacturers will be able, for a period of time, to continue to use the CE marking when placing their products on the UK market (if their product meets the relevant EU requirements). This would include products that have had any necessary third-party assessment carried out by an EU-recognised notified body. The Government would consult businesses before taking a decision on when this period would end.
(2) Products being exported to the EU will need to carry the CE marking (CE mark) to demonstrate compliance with the relevant EU regulatory requirements.
(3) Manufacturers will need to use the UK marking if their products require third party assessment of conformity and if this has been carried out by a UK-based Notified Body (post-exit called an ‘Approved Body’). In that case you will have to apply the new UKCA marking after 29 March 2019 as the EU will cease to recognise UK notified bodies. This will not be the case if the certificate of conformity has been transferred to an EU-recognised Notified Body (in which case the CE marking would apply, and would be valid for both the EU and UK markets.
Questions about the UK mark should be sent to BEIS in the first instance: firstname.lastname@example.org They are receiving a high volume of correspondence at the moment but will endeavour to get back to you as soon as possible.
I am hearing that CE marks can continue for medical devices, I will post a separate post when I have more details.