Draft Customs Union Technical Regulations
EEU (Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan)
In force since 15 May 2016
- Technical Regulation on the Safety of Tobacco Products (TR CU 035/2014)
In force since 15 February 2015
- Technical Regulation on the Safety of Railway Transport (ТR СU 001/2011)
- Technical Regulation on the Safety of High-Speed Railway Transport (ТR СU 002/2011)
- Technical Regulation on the Safety of Rail Transport Infrastructure (ТR СU 003/2011)
- Technical Regualtion on the Safety of Low Voltage Equipment (TR CU 004/2011)
- Technical Regulation on the Safety of Packaging (TR CU 005/2011)
- Technical Regulation on the Safety of Pyrotechnical Products (TR CU 006/2011)
The members of the Council of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) approved the Unified list of products subject to quarantine in the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU); the common quarantine phytosanitary requirements to regulated products and quarantine objects of the customs border and customs territory of the EEU; and the common rules and norms regulating ensuring plant quarantine in the customs territory of the EAEU (EEU).
Amendments to the EEU Technical Regulation on the Safety of Low Voltage Equipment
The EEC introduced amendments N 120 of 25 October 2016 to the list of standards of the EEU Technical Regulation on the Safety of Low Voltage Equipment (EEU TR 004/2011) to be applied voluntarily.
Amended Technical Regulation on the Safety of Machinery and Equipment (TR TS 010/2011)
The list of products subject to conformity assessment in a form of certification has been amended to exclude “Technological equipment for trading facilities and public catering facilities”.
The list of products subject to conformity assessment in a form of issuing a Declaration of Conformity has been revised to include:
The Working Group on creation of common approach to regulating market circulation of pharmaceuticals has approved a number of necessary documents. These documents are required for the launch of the common pharmaceuticals market in Eurasian Economic Union member states (Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan).
The recent prohibition of MIT (Methylisothiazolinone) in all leave-on cosmetics marketed in the European Union triggered the start of public campaign in Russia. The campaign is led by the media project “LookBio” and the website ekokosmetika.ru. The aim of this campaign is to totally exclude MIT from child cosmetic products placed on the Russian market.