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SCCS issues CE Marking certificates

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The Steel Construction Certification Scheme (SCCS) is in the process of issuing its first CE Marking certificates, having recently become a Notified Body and entitled to audit companies production facilities.

Once an audit is complete and the process is satisfactory, the SCCS can issue a Factory Production Control Certificate which entitles a company to apply a CE Mark to products produced at the audited factory.

SCCS is also accredited for National Highways Sector Schemes 19A (For corrosion protection of ferrous materials by industrial coatings) and 20 (For execution of steelwork in transportation infrastructure assets).

The SCCS was established in 1986 to meet the demand for a technically capable certification body specifically for companies engaged in design, manufacture and erection of structural steelwork and its associated products and services.

The scheme’s objective is to secure high standards of excellence and quality of design, manufacturing and erection processes and associated construction procedures and practices in the steelwork construction industry through independent certification to specific standards.

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