Ej: Regulations and Standards
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What is the difference between a regulation and a standard?
The difference between a standard and a regulation lies in compliance. While conformity with standards is voluntary, regulations are mandatory.
Why do I need to be certified?
All industries share the responsibility to minimise risk and preserve life, the yachting industry is no different. Although it is only mandatory for commercial vessels, it has become standard practice for privately owned vessels too as the moral obligation to look after the boats crew still remains. In the highly unlikely event of an accident, having LEEA approved certification demonstrates you have done what is reasonably practical to ensure that globally recognised health and safety standards were upheld.
My equipment was not installed / manufactured to a standard, can you certify it to EU standards?
If we are not the original manufacturer, we are not able to take on the responsibility of the manufacturer by creating a declaration of conformity. We can provide tests, products and certification with CE marks if the item in question was manufactured to conform to those standards and regulations.
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