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CU TR 002/2011 "Safety of high-speed railway transport" - certification and declaration of conformity

Technical Regulation CU TR 002/2011 on the safety of high-speed railway transport: main definitionsEurasian Economic Union

Technical Regulation CU TR 002/2011 on the safety of high-speed railway transport adopted in the framework of the Customs Union between Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan (currently Eurasian Economic Union) by the Decree No. 771 of July 15, 2011 of the Commission of the Customs Union came into force on July 15, 2014.

Scope and relevant products

This technical regulation of the Customs Union (currently Eurasian Economic Union) applies to the high-speed railway transport, which includes:

  1. A) Recently developed (or modernized) high-speed railway transport and its parts destined for the use on the railroads with the width of 1520mm on the territory of the Customs Union (currently Eurasian Economic Union) with the speed of up to 200 km/hour.
  2. B) The infrastructure of high-speed railway transport (railroad tracks, railroad power supply, automatic and remotely operated railroads, electric communication, constructions and installations of stations)

The detailed list of products / equipment subject to the Technical Regulation CU TR 002/2011 is mentioned in the Annex No. 1 of the Technical Regulation.

Market LaunchCertificate CU TR 002 2011

Prior to launching high-speed railway transport and its parts onto the market, the manufacturer / representative should:

  • comply with the basic health and safety requirements of the Technical Regulation CU TR 002/2011
  • apply procedures for conformity assessment
  • obtain a certificate / declaration of conformity and make sure that the latter is included in products
  • make sure that products bear the EAC mark

In practice, any products coming onto the Customs Union markets (sales outlets and commissioning sites) after customs clearance should include originals / certified copies of certificates/declarations of conformity.

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Conformity Marking EACEurasian Conformity mark EAC

The products/equipment/installations for which the documents of conformity concerning CU TR 002/2011 were obtained have to be marked with a conformity mark "EAC" before their launch on the market. Every product, as well as their user manuals, must be marked with the conformity sign "EAC". It is possible to put the conformity sign "EAC" on the product packaging in case it is impossible to mark the product.

Statutory referenceEAEU TR 002 2011

Download the Decree No. 771 issued by the Customs Union Commission on July 15, 2011 (in Russian) regarding the Technical Regulation of the Customs Union CU TR 002/2011 on safety of high-speed railway transport.

The text in English and/or French of the Technical Regulation CU TR 002/2011 on safety of high-speed railway transport with comments of CCIS-EXPERTISE experts is available in our e-shop.

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