Declaration of Conformity to Technical Regulations in Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan. TR CU.
Declaration of Conformity TR CU that the products comply with the standards of the Customs Union.
Declarations TR CU are virtually indistinguishable from the certificates , they require the same documentation, in appropriate cases, it is necessary to visit the premises of the facility etc..
The only significant difference being that the responsibility for security in the certification process assumes the certification body, in the case of the declaration - the applicant. When it comes to products with a high degree of danger the certificates are required. If we are talking about a declaration of compliance with the Technical Regulations of the Customs Union there is virtually no difference in the document from the declaration of compliance with GOST, with the exception of the output document, the Technical Regulations or any of GOSTs. There are several models of issuing declaration recommended for different types of production.
- 1d model is proposed for the least hazardous, safety factors are resistant to changes in methods of production and use, for products to be controlled at the stage of introduction into circulation and use.
- Model 2d, 3d, 4d is proposed where it is difficult to carry out thorough research, even by the same manufacturer and test statistics are very important in the context of security.
- Model 4d is selected when you confirm the compatibility in the process of the research and experimentation.
- Model 5d and 6d is indicated for the production of a high degree of hazard. The choice between the 5d and 6d subject to change indicator is the degree of the threat to security in the event of changes the conditions of production and operation.
7d model is used when we are dealing with a complex product with a high degree of risk, and safety risk indicators are highly variable and contingent on changes in the mode of production and operation. If the seller accepts a declaration that it is not able to collect the evidence of compliance - the model used 5d and 6d.
For ease of checking the reliability of the Declaration and to share and organize this information, all statements are written in a logical order to the One Registry Rosstandardu within 3 days from the date of issue or within 1 day of the change, extension or suspension of that declaration.
There is a very convenient way to write the declaration, namely, without including importer’s information. In this case, the statement is a confirmation for customs and for the buyer, but it is very convenient for the person who accepts such a declaration, because in case of future change of the importer, there’s no necessity in changing the declaration. The Declaration of Conformity to Technical Regulations for Customs Union Russia, Kazakhstan or Belarus (TR CU) issued for a specific importer, with all the information also has its advantages, including importers ability to independently confirm the compatibility of copies of this document as he becomes full owner of the original.
As mentioned above, the declarations are issued only to the company that is registered in the Russian Federation or in case of a manufacturer who is a foreign entity - the importer. This is due to the fact that most of the items on the One List that are subject to declarations are products of mass use: certain types of food, clothes and shoes for adults and furniture.
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