Revision of Product List requiring GOST R Certification
The products subject to mandatory GOST R certification and GOST R declaration have been revised (Decree No. 906 of 13.11.2010).
4th July 2011
This revision came into effect on January 25, 2011. In practice, certain products are no longer subject to the certificate of conformity GOST R, but will be subject to the declaration of conformity GOST R. Contact us to find out if you are affected by this change.
New Regulations in the Custom Union (Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus)
The Customs Union Commission (Decree No. 526 of 28.01.2011) has established a Common List of products subject to mandatory Certificate or Declaration to the Technical Regulation (TR) of the Customs Union (EurAsEC).
The Common List now has 61 product categories including: machinery and equipment, low and high voltage equipment, pressure vessels, equipment for use in explosive atmospheres, lifts, agricultural machinery, construction materials, textiles, leather goods, shoes, toys, dishes , toiletries, cosmetics and perfumes, dental hygiene products, packaging, sanitary, furniture, chemicals, detergents, cleaning products, paints, lacquers, solvents, lubricants, metering devices for water, gas, energy, food, alcohol, cereals, etc..
Only products which are affected by the Technical Regulations of the Customs Union (EurAsEC) need apply the new forms of Certificates and Declarations to the TR of the Customs Union (EurAsEC), as per (Decree No. 563 of 02.03.2011 of the Commission of the Customs Union) which came into force 2 April 2011.
For other products included in the Common List for which the Technical Regulations of the Customs Union (EurAsEC) has not yet been adopted, the certification must always be conducted in accordance with national requirements of each member country of the Union.
For further details on the GOST R programme please click here
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