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The European harmonized standard EN 82079–1 gives minimal requirements for instructions for use.In most cases, the manufacturer or trader can certificate themselves.For consumer products, only a user manual is enough.All potential dangers that come with the use of the product should be described in the manual sufficiently.

Then The European Council of Ministers determines whether the directive is adopted or not.

When a manufacturer applies the (harmonized) standards, which moreover is not mandatory, this results among other things in the following advantages: On the base of the Product Liability Law you can be held responsible for your product.

When the product is purchased from a manufacturer within the EEA, in the most cases the Liability Promise (and/or claim) can be shoved up to the manufacturer.

But when the product is purchased outside of the EEA, then you are directly responsible as the ‘In the Community Established Plenipotentiary’.

The manufacturer needs to perform several actions in order to meet the requirements for the CE marking.

Then The European Council of Ministers determines whether the directive is adopted or not.

When a manufacturer applies the (harmonized) standards, which moreover is not mandatory, this results among other things in the following advantages: On the base of the Product Liability Law you can be held responsible for your product.

When the product is purchased from a manufacturer within the EEA, in the most cases the Liability Promise (and/or claim) can be shoved up to the manufacturer.

But when the product is purchased outside of the EEA, then you are directly responsible as the ‘In the Community Established Plenipotentiary’.

The manufacturer needs to perform several actions in order to meet the requirements for the CE marking.

The European New Approach Directives form the starting point of the CE marking (Conformité Européenne).