The declaration according to the technical regulations of the Customs Union (TR CU) is one of the forms of mandatory conformity assessment. The form and content of the declaration are regulated by the Decision of the Board of the Eurasian Economic Commission of December 25, 2012 N 293. Registration became possible from February 2012, after the entry into force of the first TR of the Customs Union.
The Declaration of Conformity of the Customs Union is subject to registration in the Unified Register of Declarations, where it is possible to obtain information on the compliance documents issued and entered in the register.
Registration is carried out by a certification body included in the National part of the Unified Register of Certification Bodies of the Customs Union.
One of the key differences between the declaration and the certificate is that it is issued by the applicant in a prescribed form, but on sheets of white A4 paper, not on official numbered paper. More detailed information can be obtained in the article “Differences between the certificate and the declaration of the Customs Union”
For a number of Technical Regulations and at the decision of the applicant, the confirmation of compliance in the form of a declaration of the Customs Union can also be carried out in the form of CU certification, provided that the applied certification scheme will be equivalent to the required declaration for this product.
By equivalence, it should be understood that the degree of evidence of compliance for certification should be at least equal to that of a similar declaration scheme.
SERCONS is accredited to issue certification for products to verify their compliance with the requirements of the technical regulations of the Customs Union for:
- ТR CU 004/2011 “On the safety of low-voltage equipment”
- TR CU 005/2011 “On the safety of packaging”
- TR CU 007/2011 “On the safety of products intended for children and adolescents”
- TR CU 008/2011 “On the safety of toys”
- TR CU 009/2011 “On the safety of perfumes and cosmetics”
- TR CU 010/2011 “On the safety of machinery and equipment”
- TR CU 011/2011 “Safety of elevators”
- TR CU 012/2011 “On the safety of equipment for work in explosive environments”
- TR CU 013/2011 “On the requirements for automobile and aviation gasoline, diesel and marine fuel, fuels for reactive”
- TR CU 014/2011 “On road safety”
- ТР CU 015/2011 “On the safety of grain”
- TR CU 016/2011 “On the safety of devices operating on gaseous fuels”
- ТR CU 017/2011 “On the safety of light industry products”
- ТR CU 018/2011 “On the safety of wheeled vehicles”
- TR CU 019/2011 “On the safety of personal protective equipment”
- TR CU 020/2011 “Electromagnetic compatibility of technical means”
- TR CU 021/2011 “On food safety”
- TR CU 022/2011 “Food products in the part of its marking”
- TR CU 023/2011 “Technical regulations for juice pro “
- TR CU 024/2011 “Technical regulations on oil and fat products “
- ТR CU 025/2012 “On the safety of furniture products “
- TR CU 027/2012 “On the safety of certain types of specialized food products, including dietary”
- TR CU 029/2012 “Safety requirements for food additives, flavors and technological aids”
- TR CU 030/2012 “On the requirements for lubricants, oils and special liquids”
- TR CU 031/2012 “On the safety of agricultural and timber
- TR CU 032/2013 “On the safety of equipment operating under excessive pressure”
- TR CU 033/2013 “On the safety of milk and dairy products”
- TR CU 034/2013 “On the safety of meat and meat products”
- TR CU 037/2016 “On Restriction of the Use of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Radioelectronic Products”
- TR CU 038/2016 “On Safety of Attractions”
- TR CU 041/2017 “On the Safety of Chemical Products”
- TR CU 042/2017 “On the Safety of Equipment for Children’s Playgrounds”