Unified register of test reports of the EAEU
On the Legal Portal of the EAEU, until October 2, 2022, the procedure for public discussion of the Draft Decision of the EEC Board "On the procedure for the formation and maintenance of a unified register of research (testing) and measurement protocols issued when assessing the conformity of products with the requirements of the technical regulations of the Eurasian Economic Union" is being held.
The corresponding list includes information about the protocols issued taking into account compliance with the requirements of technical regulations, and served as justification for issuing:
- Certificates of state registration;
- Certificate of conformity;
- Declaration of conformity.
The procedure for the formation and maintenance of the national parts of the register is established by each state separately. The transfer of information from the national parts of the registry should be automatic.
The following information is entered into the unified register from among the information contained in the national parts of the unified register - information about the test report, including: the status of the protocol, its number and date of issue, the name of the Technical Regulation, the date of amendments to the protocol.
The register will also include information about the testing laboratory that issued the protocol, information about the applicant - the name of the legal entity or the name of the individual registered as an individual entrepreneur, information about the samples.
The introduction of a unified register of test reports will solve the problem of the absence in the legislation of the member States of effective mechanisms for monitoring the unified register of conformity assessment bodies and the unified register of issued certificates of conformity, registered declarations of conformity.
The purpose of maintaining a register of protocols is to exclude unscrupulous conformity assessment bodies that do not comply with the rules and procedures for assessing compliance with the legal framework of the Union, and to cancel unreasonably issued conformity assessment documents.
The introduction of this registry will allow:
- Improving the safety of products put into circulation on the Union market;
- Ensuring the availability and transparency of information on test reports;
- Improving the quality of laboratory control.
The draft decision does not have a direct impact on the conditions of doing business (with the exception of the conditions of doing business to assess the conformity of products with the mandatory requirements of the technical regulations of the Union), since it does not provide for the introduction of new duties, restrictions and (or) prohibitions.