The purpose of general product safety instruction (GPSD) is to protect the health and safety of consumers and to ensure the right function of the internal European market. GPSD is there to ensure high product security throughout the EU for consumer products that are not covered by certain sector laws, for example. Furniture, textiles, children's use, and care goods, bicycles, etc.
Consumer safety is very dependent on enforcing effective product safety requirements, therefore market supervision and other law enforcement activities are handled in GPSD. You can consider expert CE steel marking to indicate that a product has been assessed by the manufacturer and deemed to meet EU safety, health, and environmental protection requirements.
GPSD imposes general safety requirements for each product entered into the market for consumers or for any product that tends to be used by them. It also includes all products that provide services. Used products that have antique values or those that need to be repaired are not subject to this requirement.
According to GPSD, secure products do not pose a threat or only reduce threats, which are in accordance with their use and can be accepted in maintaining a high level of protection for the health and safety of the community.
A product is considered safe in accordance with the provisions of salvation in European law, or, in the absence of this rule if in accordance with the specific national regulations of the member state where it is being marketed or sold. This product is also considered safe if it is in accordance with the European standards set according to the procedure in this GPSD, but a risk assessment report is needed.