On March 1, 2018 a new technical regulation of the Eurasian Union comes into force (TR EAEU 037/2016). This regulation describes obligatory requirements for the use of hazardous substances in electrical appliances and radio equipment, which are going to be placed on the Eurasian market.
Below is a list of products which will have to undergo mandatory conformity assessment within TR EAEU 042/2017 «Safety of equipment destined for children playgrounds» which comes into force on November 17, 2018.
The International Economic Forum (SPIEF) took place in Saint Petersburg from June 1 to 3, 2017. It is held annually under the auspices of Vladimir Putin, President of the Russian Federation. 3 days of intensive work, more than 14 000 participants, contracts signed for the total amount of 1.818 billion rubles (28,38 billion euros)...
For the 5th time an annual meeting “RENCONTRES KAZAKHSTAN” of the French business community interested in Kazakhstan took place on April 18, 2017 at the offices of Business France in Paris. CCIS-EXPERTISE participated as an official event partner.
A list of amendements is to be introduced to the Technical Regulation on safety of toys (CU TR 008/2011).
Technical Regulation of the Eurasian Union 037/2016 on limiting hazardous substances in electrical appliances is coming into effect on March 01, 2018. Transition period for the Regulation has been defined.
The Eurasian Economic Commission has revised the list of products subject to mandatory conformity assessment within the Eurasian Union for which a uniform certificate or a uniform declaration of conformity has to be obtained.
On January 20, 2017 a public discussion started on the draft list of products, for which the customs declaration is accompanied by the submission of a conformity assessment document (the EAC Declaration or Certificate of Conformity) according to Technical Regulations of the Customs Union "On Safety of Machinery and Equipment" (CU TR 010/2011).
Starting from January 17, 2017, the draft program for the elaboration / revision of the standards necessary to ensure compliance with the technical regulations of the Customs Union "On the safety of low-voltage equipment" (CU TR 004/2011) is in public discussion.
A public debate on changes into the elaboration program (revision) of the standards required to ensure compliance with the Technical Regulations of the Customs Union "On the safety of perfumes and cosmetic products" (TR CU 009/2011) began on January 10, 2017.