Eurasian Economic Union

 BELLIS is accredited for conformity assurance according to Eurasian Economic Union:

Name  List of documents to be enclosed with the application for certification Certification scheme  List of interrelated standards List of TN VED
codes
CU TR 004/2011, Safety of Low-voltage Equipment  
 certification declaration
CU TR 020/2011, Electromagnetic Compatibility of Technical Means      
 certification  declaration
CU TR 010/2011, Safety of Machines and Equipment       -
 certification  declaration
CU TR 016/2011, Safety of Gas-fired Apparatuses        
 certification  declaration
CU TR 032/2013, On the safety equipment of high pressure        
 certification  declaration
CU TR 008/2011, Safety of Toys    
 
certification
CU TR 005/2011, Safety of Packaging   declaration procedure


 

Reference Information

CU Single Mark  (EAC).
Image of a single sign of products on the market states - members of the Customs Union.
Unified Register of issued certificates of conformity and registered declarations of conformity of the Customs Union.
List of products subject to mandatory conformity approval in EAEU with issuance of common documents.

 

A certification body provides access to, and disclosure of, appropriate and timely information about its evaluation and certification processes, as well as about the certification status of any product (i.e. granting, maintaining, extending or reducing the scope of, suspending, withdrawing or refusing certification), in order to gain confidence in the integrity and credibility of certification. Openness is a principle of access to, or disclosure of, appropriate information.

Any information held by the certification body on a product that is the subject of an evaluation and/or certification accessible, upon request, to the person or organization that contracted the certification body to undertake the certification activity.

 

Reasons to deny certification

Reasons to deny certification may be:

- the applicant has no right to apply for certification;

‑ the application for certification is not correctly filled in or drawn up;

- the documents submitted together with the application for certification are insufficient;

- the submitted product-related documents do not comply with the requirements of Belarusian laws;

- The product safety parameters in the operation or accompanying documentation are incomplete;

- the documents which directly or indirectly prove the conformity with the product requirements to be ascertained by the certification are unreliable or not properly drawn up.

Applicants' rights and responsibilities

The applicant shall:

  1. a) always fulfil the certification requirements, including implementing appropriate changes when they are communicated by the certification body;
  2. b) ensure that the certified product continues to fulfil the product requirements on an ongoing basis;
  3. c) make all necessary arrangements for:

c.1) the conduct of the evaluation according to the TNLA requirements and surveillance (if required), including provision for examining documentation and records, and access to the relevant equipment, location(s), area(s), personnel, and certificate holder's subcontractors; and payment of all surveillance-related expenses;

c.2) investigation of complaints;

c.3) the participation of observers, if applicable;

  1. d) refrain from making claims regarding certification where they are not consistent with the scope of certification;
  2. e) neither use its product certification in such a manner as to bring the certification body into disrepute nor make any statement regarding its product certification that the certification body may consider misleading or unauthorized;
  3. f) upon suspension, withdrawal, or termination of certification, the certificate holder discontinues its use of all advertising matter that contains any reference thereto and takes action as required by the certification scheme (e.g. the return of certification documents) and takes any other required measure;
  4. g) reproduce the certification documents in their entirety or as specified in the certification scheme, if the certificate holder provides copies of these documents to others;
  5. h) comply with the requirements of the certification body or as specified by the certification scheme, when making reference to its product certification in communication media such as documents, brochures or advertising;
  6. i) comply with any requirements that may be prescribed in the certification scheme relating to the use of marks of conformity, and on information related to the product;
  7. j) keep records of all complaints made known to it relating to compliance with certification requirements and make these records available to the certification body when requested; and

j.1) take appropriate action with respect to such complaints and any deficiencies found in products that affect compliance with the requirements for certification; and

j.2) document the actions taken;

  1. k) informs the certification body, without delay, of changes that may affect its ability to conform with the certification requirements (e.g. changes in the legal, commercial, organizational status or ownership; changes in organization and management, e.g. key managerial, decision-making or technical staff; modifications to the product or the production method; changes in the contact address and production sites; major changes to the quality management system);
  2. l) display the mark of conformity on the product as specified in TKP 5.1.08; and affix the mark of conformity on each product, label/tag, container, package, and technical documentation attached to the product;
  3. m) provide copies or originals of the conformity certificates to legal entities and individual entrepreneurs trading in the products listed in the conformity certificates;
  4. n) keep a record of copies of conformity certificates, including the names of the legal entities and individual entrepreneurs to which these copies of conformity certificates have been made available.

The applicant will be held liable in accordance with the laws of Republic of Belarus for supplying/selling products which are certified and bear the mark of conformity but do not comply with the requirements of the TNLA specified in the conformity certificate. If the holder of the conformity certificate original breaches the rules of providing copies of the conformity certificate, or the rules of providing the original to other legal entities or individual entrepreneurs wishing to apply for the making of conformity certificate copies, the product certification body will suspend or terminate the validity of the conformity certificate.