Safety Case or Justification Safety we usually called JoS in shorted form. This document required to be provided by several technical regulations of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) (former Customs union – CU) to be provided in order to receive a positive EAC certification decision and so to get the opportunity to export machinery and equipment to EAEU countries such as Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan. Here we will look over the main features of this documents and its meaning.
Almost any certification process suppose the samples test. The EAC certification is not an exception. We need to make sure of the product quality, so samples import for tests is a common procedure for the WorldWideBridge team. Every day we face up with a lot of questions from our clients. Let’s make some points clear.
It’s not a surprise that many things in this world are subject to change. Nor is it a surprise as well that the EAC certification is subject to constant changes and updates. There are always countless new rules and legislative acts that are applied all the time. They are supposed to make the whole process of certification straightforward but yet easy to control by the Federal Government bodies. A reasonable question comes up here: do they really simplify things when it comes to certificates and declarations? That’s quite a contradictory question, and we’re not going to discuss it here.
To obtain the TR CU (EAC) Certificate and Declaration a technical documentation kit is required. It includes a number of documents necessary for the safe and correct use of a particular product - instructions, operating manuals etc.
As was announced before the Technical Regulations of the Eurasian Economic Union “Requirements to the fire safety and firefighting means” (TR EAEU 043/2017) come into force from the 1st of January 2020. So, let’s go through main points of this regulation.TR EAEU 043/2017 partly replaces the Russian Law #123 «About fire safety requirements». Some products should be approved according to new regulation. The conformity documents will be valid in all Customs union countries - Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia, and Kyrgyzstan.