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Technical Regulations: What is the Scope of Work of ROSTEST?

Technical Regulations: What is the Scope of Work of ROSTEST?

A technical regulation is a legal and regulatory document that establishes the requirements concerning product safety, its production processes, its storage and marketing.

Technical regulations exist and are developed both on a national and the EEU level (former – the Customs Union) based on different standards – state, international, and regional.

In addition to requirements concerning the stages of the product lifecycle, technical regulations establish the rules concerning the identification, form, scheme, and procedure of assessing product conformity with established requirements.

It is not always evident whether a particular product falls within the scope of a particular technical regulation. Furthermore, one and the same product may be subject to several technical regulations. To avoid mistakes while analyzing your products, and to save valuable time, please contact our specialists for an evaluation using our contact form.

If a certification body wishes to perform an assessment of product conformity with the requirements of technical regulations, it must complete an accreditation. The level of competence of the certification body is assessed on a regular basis during inspections.

To prepare authorization documents correctly and avoid any questions on part of oversight bodies, one should understand the entire legal and statutory context concerning this procedure. A competent certification body will assist you with all these issues and provide support even after the documents are ready, even after a long time.

Have your Certificate, Declaration or Certificate of State Registration issued at the leading Russian certification body accredited to perform conformity assessment with the Technical Regulations listed below.

TR CU 004/2011 “On the Safety of Low-voltage Equipment”

TR CU 005/2011 “On the Safety of Packaging”

TR CU 007/2011 “On the Safety of Products Intended for Children and Adolescents”

TR CU 008/2011 “On the Safety of Toys”

TR CU 009/2011 “On the Safety of Perfumery and Cosmetic Products”

TR CU 010/2011 “On the Safety of Machines and Equipment”

TR CU 016/2011 “On the Safety of Equipment Operating on Gaseous Fuel”

TR CU 017/2011 “On the Safety of Light Industry Products”

TR CU 019/2011 “On the Safety of Personal Protective Equipment”

TR CU 020/2011 “Electromagnetic Compatibility of Technical Means”

TR CU 021/2011 “On the Safety of Food Products”

TR CU 022/2011 “Food Products in Terms of Their Labeling”

TR CU 023/2011 “Technical Regulations for Juice Products Made from Fruits and Vegetables”

TR CU 024/2011 “Technical Regulations for Oil and Fat Products”

TR CU 025/2012 “On the Safety of Furniture”

TR CU 027/2012 “On the Safety of Specific Types of Specialized Food Products, including Dietetic Clinical [Nutrition] and Dietetic Preventive Nutrition”

TR CU 029/2012 “Safety Requirements for Food Additives, Flavorings, and Technological Processing Aids”

TR CU 030/2012 “On Requirements for Lubricants, Oils, and Special Fluids”

TR CU 032/2013 “On the Safety of High-Pressure Equipment”

TR CU 033/2013 “On the Safety of Milk and Dairy Products”

TR CU 034/2013 “On the Safety of Meat and Meat Products”

TR CU 035/2014 Technical Regulations concerning Tobacco Products

TR EEU 037/2016 “On Restricting the Use of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Products”

TR EEU 040/2016 “On the Safety of Fish and Fish Products”

TR EEU 044/2017 “On the Safety of Packaged Potable Water, including Natural Mineral Water”

TR EEU 047/2018 “On the Safety of Alcoholic Products” (has not entered into force)

TR EEU 048/2019 “On the Requirements concerning the Energy Efficiency of Energy-consuming Devices” (has not entered into force)

TR EEU 051/2021 “On the Safety of Poultry Meat and the Products of its Processing”