Designated standards: new or amended notices of publication

Published on: 08 February 2024

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RCR (Recreational Craft), Low Voltage (Electrical Equipment), PPE (Lifejackets)

 

The Office for Product Safety and Standards (OPSS) has proposed updates to the lists of standards that businesses can use to show their products, services or processes comply with essential requirements of the relevant GB law.

A designated standard is a standard, developed by consensus, which is put forward by the British Standards Institution (BSI) and is recognised by the Government, in part or in full, by publishing its reference on GOV.UK in a formal notice of publication.


The OPSS is committed to providing an opportunity for stakeholders to object to designation if they have reason to believe that a standard proposed for designation does not meet GB essential legal requirements, either fully or in part. 


Proposals for new or amended notices are made publicly available on this page for 28 days (unless immediate action is required), during which period interested parties may object to a publication proposal by submitting an objection form to the email designatedstandards@beis.gov.uk


The objection must outline why the standard proposed for designation does not meet GB essential legal requirements, either fully or partly.


Designated standards: new or amended notices of publication – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)


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