European Directives

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DNA Certificatie & Consultancy can assist you to draw up design- and technical files and also draw up and assist in the implementation of the quality systems for multiple European Directives and Regulations. We provide also general and specific training regarding the directives. All this tailor made for your business.

CPR 305/2011/EC


As from the 1st of July 2014, the European Regulation Construction Products CPR305/2011 comes into force.  The Directive 89/106/CE was converted into a Regulation. This means that it is mandatory from the 1st of July 2014 for all metallic structure manufacturers in the European Community.

93/42/EC Medische Hulpmiddelen


The European Medical Device Directive 93/42/EC is legislation on European Level applicable from 14/06/1993. This directive has since been amended several times. The last substantial amendment of this directive was the version 2007/47/EC. With the transposition of this Directive into national law in each Member State of the European Community, this Directive became mandatory.

PED 97/23/EC Richtlijn Drukapparatuur


With effect from 29th of May 2002, the European Pressure Equipment Directive 97/23/EC came finally into force and put an end to the transition period, where it was still allowed to put pressure equipment on the market which complied with the national regulation. This directive was transposed into the legislation of each Member State of the European Community and has a binding character. This directive is considered as an “Economic Directive”, which means that this directive describes the maximum requirements a product must comply with.

MD 2006/42/EC Richtlijn Machines


As from 22/06/1998, the European Directive 98/37/EC came into force. This directive has been substantially amended on a number of points and was replaced by the Directive  2006/42/EC. She was converted into the laws of each Member State of the European Community and is binding. This directive is considered to be an “European Directive”, which means that the directive describes the maximum requirements that a product must meet.