During its 32nd session, the Board of the Eurasian economic commission (permanent supranational regulatory body of the Customs Union) thoroughly examined the questions of technical regulation.
EEC board approved the draft decision of EEC Council "On the approval of the Plan of development of technical regulations of the Customs Union for 2012-2013". Thus, in 2013 are planned to be developed 24 more technical regulations among which "On Requirements to fire safety and fire fighting devices", "On safety of buildings and installations, construction materials and products", "On Requirements to fertilizers", "On Requirements to systems and meters of water, gas, heating energy and electricity", "Measuring tools of indicators of petroleum and petroleum products", "On Requirements to the energy efficiency of electrical energy-consuming devices ", "On Requirements to the water in terms of systems of purification and conditioning", "Requirements to coals and coal processing products", "Requirements to liquefied petroleum gases to be used as fuel" and many others.
The development of technical regulation "On Requirements to fire safety and fire fighting devices" for which is responsible the Russian Federation is to be completed in the first quarter of 2013. The majority of other technical regulations will be introduced for consideration by the Eurasian economic commission in the third quarter of the current year.
For general information:
The Customs union within the Eurasian economic community is a trade and economic union of Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia, creating a united customs territory within which no customs duties and economic restrictions are applied, except for special protective, anti-dumping and countervailing measures. In addition the countries-members of the Customs union apply a common customs tariff and other common measures of trade regulation with the third countries.
According to the official site of the Eurasian economic commission