A Step-by-Step Guide to UKRP

Regulation Changes

What it means for device manufacturers in the UK?

Manufacturers based in the UK would need to register the device products with MHRA and would not require appointing UKRP.

What it means for device manufacturers outside the UK?

A manufacturer based outside the UK and willing to place a device in the UK market, will need to establish a UK Responsible Person, who will take responsibility for the product in the UK.

Timeline of change (Visual timeline) with the class of device

 

 

What the MHRA wants in the future?

The device manufacturers can include UKCA mark on their devices starting from 1st January 2021 however MHRA accepts the CE certification issued under EU MDD, EU AIMDD, EU IVDD, EU MDR and EU IVDR till 30th June 2023. The UKCA marking of devices is mandatory post to this timeline and must have UKCA marking to continue the marketing of devices and IVDs in the United Kingdom.

How to register under the new regulations?

It is a two-step process:

  • Receive a UKCA mark from a UK Approved Body and
  • Register with the MHRA

Resources

  • When should a medical device manufacturer appoint a UKRP and what is the associated legal basis?

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  • What are the varied roles of a UK Responsible Person?

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  • What are the routes to market Medical Devices in Britain and Norther Ireland (NI)? What are the UKRP solutioning models?

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