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CE Marking for Mezzanine Floors

From the 1st July 2014, it is a legal requirement for any 'fabricated structural steelwork' (including a Mezzanine Floor) supplied to a site to carry a CE mark. Anyone supplying a non-CE marked mezzanine floor will be breaking the law.

CE marking is the responsibility of the party bringing structural steelwork to the market (i.e. your Mezzanine Floor provider and their supply chain). You must check that your mezzanine floor provider is suitably certified.

Penalties for non-compliance, at a minimum could result in the issue of prohibition notices, notices to warn, suspension notices and application for forfeiture. For certain offences the penalties can also include a fine, imprisonment or both.

Initially, Trading Standards will be working with any non-certified offenders to ensure compliance, it is possible that non-CE marked goods will not be paid for and will not be insured as banks and insurers become aware of the severity of non-compliance. A non-compliant mezzanine floor that has been installed in your premises may have to be removed and replaced.


Space Industries is proud to confirm that their 'supply partner' has recently completed an intense audit by BM TRADA (a world leader in Certification) of their management and factory production processes.

Following this audit they have been granted CE certification in accordance with the requirements of EN 1090 the Technical Standard applicable to fabricated structural steelwork.

As a result of this award, all of our customers will have the assurance that all Mezzanine Floors supplied by Space Industries Limited will continue to satisfy the statutory requirements of the Construction Products Regulation. With our trading partners CE mark certification, we are market leaders for the provision of compliant mezzanine floors and associated fabricated steelwork.


Website last updated 24th May 2018