Probably. By applying the CE-mark to a product, the manufacturer or importer indicates that the product meets all applicable EU regulations—mainly on end-user health and safety, but also on energy and material efficiency.
Many categories of products require CE-marking before they can be placed on the market: These include medical devices, electrical and electronic equipment, machinery, toys, pressure equipment and many others. They specifically exclude food, pharmaceuticals and chemicals. The European Commission (EC) has published the “blue guide”, which offers excellent if very wordy guidance.