CE Marking of Steel Structures

CE Mark

Architectural Metalwork company, Morris Fabrications Ltd, have shown their commitment to complying with all the latest industry regulations and health and safety policies and have been successfully certified by SCCS for CE Marking of Structural Components for Steel Structures (BS EN 1090), to EXC2.

The Steel Construction Certificate Scheme (SCCS), the notified body, are also responsible for carrying out regular monitoring of the Factory Production Control (FPC) and Welding Quality Management System (WQMS) processes. The notified body reference is 2273. Details can be corroborated in the SCCS Directory.


Factory Production Control (FPC) | Morris Fabrications Ltd (PDF, 2135KB)

Welding Certificate BS EN 1090 | Morris Fabrications Ltd (PDF, 1994KB)


What is CE Marking of Structural Steelwork?
The harmonised standard covering fabricated structural steelwork is BS EN 1090: Execution of steel structures and aluminium structures.

Part 1 of the standard is the Requirements for Conformity Assessment of Structural Components. It describes how manufacturers can demonstrate that the components they produce meet the declared performance characteristics (the structural characteristics which make them fit for their particular use and function).

Part 2 is the Technical Requirements for Steel Structures. It specifies the requirements for the execution of steel structures to ensure adequate levels of mechanical resistance and stability, serviceability and durability. It determines the performance characteristics for components that the manufacturer must achieve and declare through the requirements of Part 1.

BS EN 1090-1 became mandatory on 1 July 2014. It is now therefore a legal requirement for all fabricated structural steelwork delivered to site to be CE Marked.