CE Marking for Mezzanine Floors
Ever since the 1st July 2014, it is a legal requirement for all ‘fabricated structural steelwork’ supplied to a work or building site to carry a CE mark. Included in this legislation is the materials involved in the production and manufacture of mezzanine floors.
It has now become an offence to supply structural steelwork without a CE mark. That means that any company providing a non-CE marked mezzanine floor will be breaking the law, regardless of who they are and who they are supplying it to.
It is the responsibility of the company supplying the structural steelworks to ensure that anything that is supplied is sufficiently marked. This goes from top to bottom, too. Both a mezzanine floor provider and its supply chain can be held accountable.
Companies failing to adhere to the CE marking mandate run the risk of a host of unwanted consequences. From suspensions notices to fines, and even imprisonment, the order is in place to ensure quality and safety; two components that we at Mezz Floors UK hold very close.
Here at Mezz Floors UK Limited, we have always taken rules, regulations and legislations with the utmost seriousness. We do everything in our power to ensure that we abide by the rules, allowing us to provide our clients with the safest, and of course legal, products.
Mezz Floors UK operates in compliance with Regulation 305/2011/EU of the European parliament. Our commitment to maintaining our status as a premier supplier, keeping in line with regulations is wholly important to us.
Every single product designed, manufactured and installed by our team is done so with a view to uncompromisingly conform to all of the relevant controls and legislations set in place.
Our standards are incredibly high and we always deliver the very best in fabricated structural steelwork. As part of our commitment and dedication to be as open and frank and possible, you can check out our CE Certificate.