Medical Device UKCA Marking

Medical Device UKCA Marking

At SGR we have over 25 years’ experience in the medical industry and are able to offer assistance with the creation of technical files, risks assessments in accordance with ISO 14971, meeting the essential requirements of the medical device regulations, auditing and product testing.

A UKCA mark is needed for many medical products in the United Kingdom, the UKCA mark will eventually replace the ‘CE’ on a products sold in the UK to show that the product complies with the UK medical device regulations. The UKCA mark ensures that the product is safe for the market, reassures the buyer of the products safety compliance and could potentially reduce the risk of liability claims. UKCA marking allows the product to be legally circulated on the UK market, we can assist you in the preparation of technical documentation to enable you to achieve UKCA marking.

UKCA marking will be required in the United Kingdom at the end of the transition period this period varies according to the product ris class.

What are the benefits of UKCA Marking?

The implementation of the UKCA Mark for your product will enable your company to realise a variety of benefits such as the ability for the product to move freely within the UK market. UKCA marking is a legal requirement for many products, this makes UKCA marking essential. The UKCA mark ensures the product will be compliant within the United Kingdom, another great benefit would be assurance of safety which could result in the reduced risk of liability.

We will be with you every step of the way and can offer you many other products, services and expert consultation. We are widely recommended by a variety of companies for our outstanding services, work ethic and initiative for excellence.


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