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German Product Safety Act (ProSG)
Introduction to German Product Safety Law
ProdSG is the German product safety law. On September 23, 2011, the German Bundestag promulgated a revised version of the Equipment and Product Safety Act (GPSG), which is the current Product Safety Act (ProdSG). The German Bundestag passed the bill and announced it in the Federal Law Gazette on November 11, 2011, and it began to be implemented on December 1, 2011.


The Product Safety Law applies to almost all products, except for special areas such as medical equipment and food. This law implements many European CE directives into German law. In addition to the areas controlled by the Unified Directive, the Product Safety Law also stipulates products outside the areas controlled by the Unified Directive, such as parts and accessories used by merchants for reprocessing.


All players, including online retailers, are obliged to register under the new packaging law. The first to bring packaging products (including filling materials) to the German market and end up with consumer waste, both subject to VerpackV and VerpackG. The principles of extended product liability apply here. These parties are therefore responsible for ensuring that all relevant packaging materials are collected and recycled.


All companies selling goods in Germany must be prepared to participate in a dual system to arrange for packaging recycling after the goods have been used and to continue trading in Germany.

Applicable product range
The Product Safety Law applies to almost all products, except for special areas such as medical equipment and food. This law implements many European CE directives into German law. In addition to the areas controlled by the Unified Directive, the Product Safety Law also stipulates products outside the areas controlled by the Unified Directive, such as parts and accessories used by merchants for reprocessing.
Major changes in manufacturers, importers and retailers (distributors);
Verify that manufactured consumer goods match the original design;
Verify whether it is allowed to use the GS logo and whether it has the corresponding certificate;
For products that have obtained the GS mark, importers should check the validity of the corresponding certificate before importing and record the effective date, GS mark issuing agency and certificate number;
Other provisions of European directives regarding product manufacturers/importers and retailers of products are stipulated in the corresponding chapters of the Product Safety Act.

application process
1. After the client correctly fills in the basic customer information form, it contains company name (Chinese and English, address (Chinese and English,), phone number, contact person, email address, and product name.
2. The entrusted party provides European agency's quotation.
3. Both parties have signed the EU authorized representative contract (quotation contract,.
4. The entrusting party shall pay relevant amounts according to the contract. After receiving the payment, Party B shall provide the formal European Authorized Representation Agreement.
5. The client will place the European documents in the CE technical documents.
German product safety law penalties
The "Product Safety Act" determines new fines, such as fines for lack of German instructions and lack of specifications or labels on consumer products, and increases the fine standards to prevent abuse and achieve lasting effects. Violation of the regulations may result in a fine of €10,000;

Under certain conditions, the fine for using the GS mark without a corresponding certificate will be up to 100,000 euros.

If the GS logo is continuously and repeatedly used or advertised without a corresponding GS certificate, the fine regulations will also be strengthened. In this case, a fine or a high term of imprisonment of one year may be imposed as prescribed by the Legislature.

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German Product Safety Act (ProSG)

German Product Safety Act (ProSG)

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Product Description

German Product Safety Act (ProSG)
Introduction to German Product Safety Law
ProdSG is the German product safety law. On September 23, 2011, the German Bundestag promulgated a revised version of the Equipment and Product Safety Act (GPSG), which is the current Product Safety Act (ProdSG). The German Bundestag passed the bill and announced it in the Federal Law Gazette on November 11, 2011, and it began to be implemented on December 1, 2011.


The Product Safety Law applies to almost all products, except for special areas such as medical equipment and food. This law implements many European CE directives into German law. In addition to the areas controlled by the Unified Directive, the Product Safety Law also stipulates products outside the areas controlled by the Unified Directive, such as parts and accessories used by merchants for reprocessing.


All players, including online retailers, are obliged to register under the new packaging law. The first to bring packaging products (including filling materials) to the German market and end up with consumer waste, both subject to VerpackV and VerpackG. The principles of extended product liability apply here. These parties are therefore responsible for ensuring that all relevant packaging materials are collected and recycled.


All companies selling goods in Germany must be prepared to participate in a dual system to arrange for packaging recycling after the goods have been used and to continue trading in Germany.

Applicable product range
The Product Safety Law applies to almost all products, except for special areas such as medical equipment and food. This law implements many European CE directives into German law. In addition to the areas controlled by the Unified Directive, the Product Safety Law also stipulates products outside the areas controlled by the Unified Directive, such as parts and accessories used by merchants for reprocessing.
Major changes in manufacturers, importers and retailers (distributors);
Verify that manufactured consumer goods match the original design;
Verify whether it is allowed to use the GS logo and whether it has the corresponding certificate;
For products that have obtained the GS mark, importers should check the validity of the corresponding certificate before importing and record the effective date, GS mark issuing agency and certificate number;
Other provisions of European directives regarding product manufacturers/importers and retailers of products are stipulated in the corresponding chapters of the Product Safety Act.

application process
1. After the client correctly fills in the basic customer information form, it contains company name (Chinese and English, address (Chinese and English,), phone number, contact person, email address, and product name.
2. The entrusted party provides European agency's quotation.
3. Both parties have signed the EU authorized representative contract (quotation contract,.
4. The entrusting party shall pay relevant amounts according to the contract. After receiving the payment, Party B shall provide the formal European Authorized Representation Agreement.
5. The client will place the European documents in the CE technical documents.
German product safety law penalties
The "Product Safety Act" determines new fines, such as fines for lack of German instructions and lack of specifications or labels on consumer products, and increases the fine standards to prevent abuse and achieve lasting effects. Violation of the regulations may result in a fine of €10,000;

Under certain conditions, the fine for using the GS mark without a corresponding certificate will be up to 100,000 euros.

If the GS logo is continuously and repeatedly used or advertised without a corresponding GS certificate, the fine regulations will also be strengthened. In this case, a fine or a high term of imprisonment of one year may be imposed as prescribed by the Legislature.