EAEU Commission Discussed Prospects of EAC Market Protection from Unsafe Goods
The discussion on prospects for protecting the domestic market from unsafe goods, taking into account the improvements of EAC accreditation in the field of conformity assessment in the Eurasian Economic Union was held at the fourth meeting of the Council of Ministers of the authorities for accreditation of the EAEU countries, in which the Minister for Technical Regulation of the Eurasian Economic Commission Viktor Nazarenko participated.
Particular attention was paid to raising confidence in the results of conformity assessment and preventing illegal issuance of documents in this domain.
As Viktor Nazarenko pointed out, the commission is concerned about the availability of obtaining certificates illegally on the market. During the limitations imposed due to the spread of COVID-19, some certification bodies managed to get around the restrictions and conduct a production facility audit abroad to issue certificates for serial release. EAC commission monitors the activity of certification bodies and always reports this kind of actions to government bodies including the law enforcements.
The participants of the meeting discussed the work plan for the second half of 2020. It includes the issues of developing proposals for improving the legislation of the EAEU countries regarding the establishment of requirements for EAC accreditation experts and technical experts, the formation of areas for accreditation of EAC certification bodies, as well as procedures for handling complaints about the activities of accredited persons.
WWG works only with authorized certification bodies and laboratories that are committed to conducting lawful conformity assessment. All certificates and declarations obtained by WWG are issued in accordance with the requirements and recommendations of Eurasian Economic Commission.
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