Uzbekistan: Penalties will increase for environmental and product compliance offences
Adopted rules for dangerous goods transportation by inland waterways
The Rules apply to all organisations participating in inland transportation of dangerous goods. The Rules contain requirements for transportation, loading, unloading, treatment of vessels, training of staff, etc.
As of 30 July 2017, the national Belarusian conformity mark is to be applied in accordance with the revised procedure.
The manufacturer, its authorised representative or the seller is required to affix the national mark of conformity. The dimensions of the mark are to be determined by the manufacturer, its authorised representative or the seller (i.e. the entity authorised to affix the mark).
As of 21 May 2017, manufacturers and importers of packaging are required to comply with the revised Technical Regulation on the Safety of Packaging.
Decision No. 96 of the Council of Eurasian Economic Commission adopted on 18 October 2016 amended Decision No. 769 of 2011 that adopted Technical Regulation on the Safety of Packaging.
On 28 April 2017 the Council of the EurAsian Economic Commission adopted the decision on synchronisation of ratification procedures for the EAEU Customs Code. This will allow the Customs Code to enter into force on 1 January 2018.
At the same time with the Code, a number of important decisions of the Commission are to also enter into force. These decisions regulate 25 different issues, including the activities of authorised economic operators, movement of goods by physical persons and so on.
Occupational exposure limits, HS management, health and safety training, H&S management, occupational safety rules
Environmental liability, waste management, air protection, water management, hazardous substances management, dangerous goods transportation, use of chemicals…
Cosmetics, food, electronics, chemicals, clothing, textiles, other consumer goods