Amended list of products subject to compulsory certificatio
Amended procedure for used oil treatment
The revised version includes mainly drafting amendments and a revised diagram of the movement of used oil from organisations and physical persons to the centralized collection and processing points as well as to the points of used oil exchange.
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As of 6 September 2017 manufacturers, importers and suppliers of telecommunication equipment in Uzbekistan are required to comply with the adopted Technical Regulation on the Safety of Telecommunication Equipment.
The adopted Technical Regulation applies to both new equipment (regardless of the country of manufacture), modernized (refurbished) equipment, used equipment and imported equipment.
State labour safety inspection “Sanoatgekontechnazorat” has submitted a number of amendments to the legislation regulating operation of major hazard installations. If adopted, the draft law would require operators of major hazard installations (MHIs) with the number of workers 50 or more, to create special service that would perform self-monitoring of compliance with industrial safety requirements. The service must consist of qualified personnel.
As of 24 December 2016, the revised edition of the Law on Labour Protection entered into force. The new edition introduces the new concept of “occupational safety audit”.
The revised version also explicitly permits to contract external OHS professionals to perform the functions of the OHS service at an organization with 50 or more employees.
As of June 2017 (the exact date is not yet known) footwear (shoe, etc.) manufacturers and importers are required to comply with the adopted Technical Regulation on footwear safety in Uzbekistan. When the TR enters into force, all other regulatory instruments containing footwear safety requirement will remain in force but only in parts that do not contradict the provisions of the adopted TR.
Uzbekistan has adopted its national EMC Technical Regulation (EMC TR). The EMC TR is to enter into force on 29 May 2017 and will apply to manufacturers and importers of all devices that are in the scope of the EMC TR of Uzbekistan.
Conformity certificates that have been issued before 29 May 2017, are to remain valid for the following periods:
Adopted Technical Regulation on the Safety of Pharmaceuticals