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To unify certification requirements for member countries of the Customs Union, (Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan), new Technical Regulations for the Customs Union were approved on 16th August 2011 and came into force from 1st July 2012.
23rd September 2011
The conformity document (Certificate or Declaration) issued in accordance with these Technical Regulations will be valid in all three countries.
Products covered by Certificates or Declarations issued before 1st July 2012 will be allowed to circulate within the Customs Union market until 15th August 2014 for low voltage equipment and until 15th February 2014 for packaging.
Products certified according to country-specific requirements have to be labelled with the Mark of Conformity of the country they have been certified for. Labeling of these products with the Customs Union Mark of Conformity is not allowed.
According to Technical Regulation “Safety of Low Voltage Equipment” product compliance can be supported by either the Certificate of Conformity or the Declaration of Conformity, depending on the type of equipment.
According to Technical Regulation “Safety of Packaging” compliance of packaging is only supported by the Declaration of Conformity.
These other new Technical Regulations are undergoing inter-state discussions and should be approved in the near future:
The Russian market can be a complex one, but with Intertek you can show your products are compliant to these Technical Regulations and other certification requirements paving the way to your success. For further information please click here.