A CE marking is connected to the product. This is a mandatory requirement for the product to be marketed and sold in the EU

The CE marking consists of:

Risk identification and risk assessment

Some products may be covered by multiple directives, including the Machinery Directive and the Pressure Equipment Directive.

CE marking in accordance with harmonised standards are found on a range of products

The harmonised standards describe in detail how the directive’s general requirements can be fulfilled. The harmonised standards apply in all EU countries.

A technical dossier, including operation manuals

The manufacturer is responsible for completing the technical documentation, otherwise known as the technical dossier. This documents that the product meets the directive’s requirements and includes information including the manufacturer’s name, place of production, construction and manufacturing plans, descriptions, and explanations.


List of standards that are either used in their entirety or partially.

Risk assessment

This contains a description of the chosen solutions for the purpose of fulfilling the legal requirements as well as results of construction calculations and surveys, such as reviews of hazardous situations that may arise, the probability of them arising, and the consequence analysis of this situation.


Planning the task and use of safety measures so the work can be performed safely.

Declaration of conformity

Once the product is finished, MIHTEC prepares a declaration of conformity. The declaration contains information on directives, standards, normative documents, the product’s contact information, and information from any third parties.

A physical CE marking on the product

The design of the CE marking and its placement on the product varies. This happens in accordance with the harmonised standards and/or the general standards in the directive.