Legal:Decision of the Customs Union Commission of November 28, 2011 No. 526

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On the common list of products that are subject to mandatory requirements in the Customs Union

For the purposes of implementation the Article 3 of the Agreement on Common Principles and Rules of Technical Regulation in the Republic of Belarus, Republic of Kazakhstan and Russian Federation of 18 November 2010 the Customs Union Commission have decided:

1. To approve the Common List of Products for which Mandatory Requirements are Established in the Customs Union (attached).

2. Due to the presence in the Customs Union member-states of various procedures for state registration of medical devices (medical equipment and medical supplies) to order Parties:

  • to explore the possibility of unification of Parties’ approaches in this field;
  • if appropriate, to develop a draft of corresponding international treaty;
  • upon the results of the work, to make a decision on feasibility of development of the Customs Union technical regulation “On Safety of Medical Devices”."

Prior to making a decision on this matter, to suspend implementation of the corresponding Customs Union technical regulation.

Common List of Products for which Mandatory Requirements are Established in the Customs Union

(as worded by the resolution of the Board of the Eurasian Economic Commission dd. 23.11.2012 No. 102)

1. Machinery and equipment;

2. Low-voltage equipment;

3. High-voltage equipment;

4. Devices operating on gaseous fuels;

5. Equipment operating under excess pressure;

6. Vessels working under pressure;

7. Equipment for use in hazardous environments;

8. Rides, equipment for children's playgrounds;

9. Elevators;

10. Wheeled vehicles;

11. Tractors;

12. Agricultural machinery;

13. Machinery for forestry;

14. Tires;

15. Rolling stock of railways, including high-speed;

16. Metro Rolling Stock;

17. Light rail vehicles and trams;

18. Objects of sea transport;

19. Objects of inland waterway transport;

20. Boats;

21. Buildings and facilities;

22. Building materials and products;

23. Rail transport infrastructure, including high-speed;

24. Underground railway (metro) infrastructure;

25. Highways;

26. Pyrotechnic compositions and goods containing them;

27. Explosives for civilian use and products containing them ;

28. Production of light industry (ready-made piece-goods, carpets, knitted goods, clothing and leather goods, shoes, furs and fur products);

29. Toys;

30. Products for children and adolescents;

31. Products for children care;

32. Cookware;

33. Products for sanitary and hygienic purposes;

34. Perfumes and cosmetics;

35. Oral hygiene products;

36. Packaging;

37. Personal protective equipment;

38. Means of fire safety;

39. Fire extinguishing means;

40. Medical products;

41. Sanitary products;

42. Furniture products;

43. Chemical products;

44. Synthetic detergents;

45. Household chemical goods;

46. Paints and solvents;

47. Fertilizers;

48. Plant protection products;

49. Petrol, diesel and marine fuel, jet fuel and heating oil;

50. Lubricants, oils and special fluids;

51. Devices and systems of water, gas, heat, electricity;

52. Devices and systems of oil and refined products;

53. Food products;

54. Alcoholic products;

55. Feed and feed additives;

56. Grain;

57. Tobacco products;

58. Hunting and sporting weapons, ammunition;

59. Telecommunications facilities;

60. Coal and its products;

61. Liquefied hydrocarbon gases for using as fuel;

62. Materials, contacting with the buff;

63. Products for civil defense and natural and man-caused fire and disaster prevention;

64. Oil, prepared for transportation and (or) using;

65. Natural gas, prepared for transportation and (or) using;

66. Mainland pipelines for transportation of liquid and gas hydrocarbons.