UKCA Marking

BBA Webinar Mini-Series

The countdown clock is still ticking towards 1st January 2022, as manufacturers continue to prepare for the transition to UKCA Marking.

To help prepare you for this change, we are proud to continue to guide both our clients and the wider construction market through this process, helping them understand the latest government advice and the steps required as we move from CE Marking, towards the new UK Conformity Assessed Marking for goods placed on the market in Great Britain.

To make this process clearer, we’ve launched a 3-part webinar mini-series. And we’re inviting you to sign up for them. The details of which can be found below.

Each webinar (only 30 minutes long) will provide you with the information you need to;

  • Understand what UKCA Marking means for you?
  • How to make the transition from CE Marking to UKCA Marking
  • Follow the ETA to UKTA conversion process

Please note: Spaces are limited, and registration does not guarantee entry. Entry into the webinar is done so on a first-come, first-served basis.

Part 1: UKCA: How is this going to impact your business?

If you are a manufacturer or distributor based in the UK or situated in the EU and you want to continue to trade within the UK and/or the EU on and after 31st December 2021, you need to understand these changes as they may affect your trading capabilities.

This webinar will help you get to grips with what all the changes are and what it all means for you, your organisation and the products you sell.

What you will get out of this webinar:

  • How UKCA Marking will affect your business
  • The changes taking place right now
  • What to expect in the future
  • The first steps you need to take to ensure you are ready!
  • Q&A – Your chance to ask those burning questions

Date: 17th May 2021, 11:00 GMT
Presenter: John Albon – Chief Scientific Officer, BBA

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Part 2: Gaining UKCA Marking: A step-by-step guide

If you are a manufacturer or distributor based in the UK or situated in the EU. It’s important that you understand the changes that are happening as they may affect your trading capabilities. This is especially true with CE Marking and the introduction for UKCA Marking with the deadline of 31st December 2021 fast approaching. This means you need to be ready for the 1st January 2022.

The BBA has a step by step guide, which this webinar will take you through, so you understand exactly what is required to achieve your UKCA Marking and how the BBA can keep this process as simple as possible for you!

What you will get out of this webinar:

  • What is UKCA Marking and how it may affect your business
  • A step by step guide to UKCA Marking Conformity covering the 4 simple steps
  • How the BBA can help you build a road map for all your products
  • The different AVCP (Assessment and Verification of Constancy of Performance) Levels and what action is required at each
  • What other elements you need to consider
  • Q&A – Your chance to ask those burning questions
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Part 3: Taking you from ETA to UKTA

If you are a manufacturer or distributor based in the UK or situated in the EU, it’s important that you understand the changes that are happening as they may affect your trading capabilities. This is especially true with the transition from ETA to UKTA.

In its most basic of forms means, you need to be ready for the 1st January 2022. For example: If a product is NOT covered by a Designated Standard, UKCA Marking is voluntary and therefore a UKTA will be required to achieve this mark.

What you will get out of this webinar:

  • What is UKCA Marking?
  • What is UKTA?
  • The 4 Easy Steps to UKTA Conversion
  • Other elements you may need to consider
  • How the BBA can help with this conversion
  • Q&A – Your chance to ask those burning questions
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To understand more about the UKCA Mark Guidance and Requirements, our information hub has a wealth of information to help you through the process. Read more here.

Or get in touch with our team directly if you’re ready to get started, via this application form.