Customs Union Commission

Decision

of October 18, 2011 N 825

On the adoption of Technical Regulations Customs Union "SAFETY EQUIPMENT FOR USE IN HAZARDOUS ENVIRONMENTS"

(Ver. Decisions Board of Eurasian Economic Commission of 04.12.2012 N 250)

In accordance with Article 13 of the Agreement on common principles and rules of technical regulation in the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation on 18 November 2010, the Commission of the Customs Union (hereinafter - the Commission) has decided:

  1. Adopt technical regulations of the Customs Union "On the safety equipment for working in hazardous environments" (TR TC 012/2011) (attached).
  1. Approve:

2.1. The list of standards as a result of which, on a voluntary basis, compliance with the technical regulations of the Customs Union "On the safety equipment for working in hazardous environments" (TR TC 012/2011) (attached);

2.2. The list of standards containing rules and methods (tests) and measurements, including the rules of sampling necessary for the application and execution of the technical regulations of the Customs Union "On the safety equipment for working in hazardous environments" (TR TC 012/2011) and the implementation of assessment (confirmation) of products (attached).

3. Set:

3.1. Technical Regulations of the Customs Union "On the safety equipment for working in hazardous environments" (hereinafter - the Technical Regulations) come into force on 15 February 2013;

3.2. Appraisal Documents (confirmation) of compliance with mandatory requirements of the regulations of the Customs Union or law of the State - a member of the Customs Union, issued or adopted for the products to which the technical regulations of the Technical Regulations (hereinafter - the product) before the effective date of the Technical Regulations are valid until the end of their actions, but no later than 15 March 2015. These documents, issued or adopted prior to the date of publication of this Decision shall be valid until the end of their validity.

From the date of entry into force of the Technical Regulations issuance or acceptance evaluation documents (confirmation) of conformity required requirements previously established regulations of the Customs Union, or the law of the state - a member of the Customs Union is excluded

3.3. Until March 15, 2015 allowed the production and introduction of products in accordance with regulatory requirements, the previously established regulations of the Customs Union, or the law of