Changes to labelling and marking of aerosol dispensers in GB

Changes to labelling and marking for aerosol products (GB)

OPSS has made the preparations necessary for the effective functioning of the product safety and metrology system at the end of the Transition Period.
To help ensure business understand what is expected of them, including on issues such as the use of the UKCA marking, OPSS have produced a range of guidance and advice, all of which is available at:
https://www.gov.uk/guidance/uk-product-safety-and-metrology-from-1-january-2021.

This now includes a ‘What’s Changed?’ summary guide to key changes regarding the specific product safety and metrology legislation amended by The Product Safety and Metrology etc. (Amendment etc.) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019.

This guidance provides a clear indication of what rules and regulations you will be required to comply with now that the Transition Period has come to an end.
To be notified when new material is published on the OPSS pages of GOV.UK, you can sign up for OPSS email alerts via the following link: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/office-for-product-safety-and-standards – half way down, under ‘Latest from OPSS’, there is a ‘get email alerts’ button to click on.

As ever, if you have any queries or if there is anything you wish to raise, please do get in touch with the BAMA staff or directly with the OPSS.

About BAMA

The British Aerosol Manufacturers' Association (BAMA) represents the aerosol supply chain, from suppliers of components and ingredients, to fillers and brand owners. The association offers a range of business support and advice services to members and represents the views of the industry to legislators and regulators.

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