Ensure that the declaration of conformity and technical documentation have been drawn up and, where applicable, that an appropriate conformity assessment procedure has been carried out by the manufacturer
Keep available a copy of the technical documentation, a copy of the declaration of conformity and, if applicable, a copy of the relevant certificate, including any amendments/supplements for MHRA inspection
In response to a request from the MHRA, provide conformity information and documentation
Where they have samples of the devices or access to the device, comply with any request from the MHRA to provide such samples or access to the device
Where they have neither samples of the device nor access to the device, communicate to the manufacturer any request from the MHRA to provide such samples or access
Cooperate with the MHRA on any preventive or corrective action taken to mitigate/eliminate device risks
Immediately inform the manufacturer about complaints and reports from healthcare professionals, patients and users about suspected incidents related to a device for which they have been appointed
If the manufacturer acts contrary to its obligations under UK Regulations:
Terminate the legal relationship with the manufacturer; and
Inform the MHRA and, if applicable, the relevant Approved Body of that termination
Note: UKRP name and address must be included on the product labelling in the case where a UKCA mark is applied.
 NB, there are some companies that provide both UKRP and EUAR services; in instances where these companies have a registered office in Northern Ireland, it is possible that a UKRP and EU authorised representative could be the same entity.