Update on market access conditions in EurAsian
The Eurasian Economic Commission, which is the permanent regulatory body of the Eurasian Economic Union-EAEU (i.e. currently Russia, Belarus, Armenia, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan) has announced a Decision 154 of 15.11.2016 regarding the contents of EAC certificates and declarations.
The new requirements imply that already from 22 December 2016, the EAC certificates and declarations being issued must list the test standards used as basis for the conformity assessment of safety and EMC of electrical/electronic equipment, i.e. no longer only refer to the applicable EAEU Technical Regulations.
It also confirms that Local Representatives registered in any EAEU Member Country may now be applicant for EAC Certification, i.e. no longer only the manufactures.
The official announcement and actual text of the Decision in Russian may be seen here.