See here for Radio Equipment Approved Bodies
Radio Equipment Regulations 2017 - As they apply to equipment being supplied in or into Great Britain from 1 January 2021, this is a link to the government site with the relevant statutory guidance and documents.
New URL for UKMCAB
Note: NIST has updated the URL on their List of Recognized US CABs webpage.
The UK Market Conformity Assessment Body (UKMCAB) database has a new URL: https://find-a-conformity-assessment-body.service.gov.uk/
Please update your bookmarks before July. The redirect from the “old” URL expires then.
The updated database includes improved search functionality.
US CABs recognized as UK Approved Bodies for the UK Radio Equipment Regulations (RER) and the UK EMC Regulations (EMCR) are listed on UKMCAB
Select (1) Body Type: Approved Body, and (2) Registered Office Location: United States
UK Revocation of Retained EU Law Bill
The Retained EU Law Bill (REUL Bill) is currently being considered by UK parliament.
A determination is being made as to which retained EU laws will be preserved, reformed, or revoked.
If you wish to receive the current list of laws proposed to be revoked, please contact us via email@example.com.
This activity does not impact the US-UK MRA.
UKAS BEIS UKCA webinar from 29th September 2021
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) (now the Department for Business and Trade) and UK Accreditation Service (UKAS)
jointly hosted a webinar for Conformity Assessment Bodies covering the new UKCA marking,
the implementation of the UKCA regime, as well as the accreditation process.
Following the end of the transition period, businesses are encouraged to be ready for full implementation of the new UK regime as soon as possible.
We understand that implementing these changes can be time consuming and strongly encourage businesses to begin preparing for the new requirements as soon as possible.
In order to help businesses prepare for the new UK regime, the Department for Business and Trade has published updated guidance on a range of topics:
Placing UKCA and CE marked goods on the GB market from 1st January 2021
Placing manufactured goods on the EU market from 1st January 2021
Prepare to use the UKCA marking from 1st January 2021
Updated guidance confirms that the UKCA mark (and the UKNI mark) must both be at least 5mm high unless a different minimum dimension is specified in the relevant legislation
Conformity assessment bodies: status from 1st January 2021
For the Northern Ireland Market
Placing goods on the market in Northern Ireland visit
Moving goods between NI & GB and GB & NI
Using the UKNI marking from 1 January 2021
Updated guidance confirms that the UKNI mark (and the UKCA mark) must both be at least 5mm high unless a different minimum dimension is specified in the relevant legislation