Reach High Standards with RIDBA
The Rural and Industrial Building Industry strives for the highest standards in its projects. CE Marking is a pillar of compliance to ensuring products are legal, safe and for demonstrating an industry benchmark. The Rural and Industrial Design and Building Association (RIDBA) have outlined four key reasons why CE Marking is valued by our members, and why clients can have confidence in choosing a RIDBA member.
Levelling the Playing Field
RIDBA wants to ensure all companies in the sector can compete on equal footing. Large or small, steel frame manufacturers must meet the same standard – EN 1090-1. Having the CE Mark also ensures unscrupulous traders cannot undercut on price nor sacrifice safety.
A Fully CE Compliant Industry
RIDBA is raising the bar across the industry, supporting new members to achieve the CE Mark. RIDBA is also supporting members through Brexit and through trade across the EU and in introduction of the UKCA mark.
Client Peace of Mind
Clients, Customers and Specifiers can be confident that RIDBA frame manufacturing have all achieved the CE Mark, meet BS EN 1090 Parts 1 and 2, and designed to the latest design standards.
Trading Standards are now enforcing CE Marking across the Country. RIDBA’s Primary Authority Agreement with Trading Standards ensures that enforcement of the CE Mark is consistent across the UK, and providing a simple way for companies to report.
A member can report a non-compliant manufacturer through RIDBA as part of our agreement with Dorset Trading Standards. To report an issue regarding CE Marking, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
To find out more about CE Marking, visit our CE Marking Page.