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European Union EC Directive (Directive of the New and Global Approaches) is the legislative tool that establishes mandatory requirements for products in design, manufacturing, sale and disposal processes. This is actually the mechanism of compulsory certification. At the same time, the European Union legislation enables European Union members to develop their own mechanisms for European Directives CE performing with more strict rules. The New Approach Directives certification procedure (New Approach Directives) can not be simplified on the national level.

 

  • Directive 2009/48 / EC, (93/68 / EEC) Directive 88/378 / EEC Safety of toys

 

  • Regulation (EU) No 305/2011 (Directive 89/106 / EEC) (CPD Directive 93/68 / EEC) Construction products (CPD Directive)

 

  • Directive 89/686 EEC / (PPE Directive) (93/68 / EEC 93/95 / EEC 96/58 / EC) Personal protective equipment (Directive PPE)

 

  • Directive 2009/23 / EC (Directive 90/384 / EEC (93/68 / EEC) Non-automatic weighing instruments Directive (Directive NAWI)

 

  • Directive 92/42 / EEC (93/68 / EEC 2004/8 / EC 2005/32 / EC) Hot-water boilers

 

  • Directive 93/15 / EEC Explosives for civil uses

 

  • Directive 2007/47 / EC 93/42 / EEC (98/79 / EC 2000/70 / EC 2001/104 / EC) Medical devices (Directive MDD)

 

  • Directive 94/9 / EC Equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres (Directive ATEX)flameproof, ATEX 95. The new ATEX Directive 2014/32 / EU

 

  • Directive 95/16 / EC Lifts

 

  • Directive 97/23 / EC Pressure equipment (Directive PED)

Directive 97/23 / EC

 

  • Radio and telecommunications terminal equipment (Directive R & TTE) Directive 1999/5 / EC
  • Measuring Instruments (Directive 2004/22 / EC in Russian MID).

 

  • Directive 2004/108 / EC Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC Directive) (Directive 89/336 / EEC Directive 92/31 / EEC Directive 93/68 / EEC) Directive 2014/30 / EU

 

  • Machinery (Directive MD) (Directive 98/37 / EC) Directive 2006/42 / EC

 

  • Directive 2006/95 / EC (ex-73/23 / EEC) Low voltage (Directive LVD) The new Directive 2014/35 / EU of electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits. Directive 2006/95 / EC in Russian

 

  • Simple pressure vessels (SPVD Directive) Directive 2009/105 / EC (ex-87/404 / EEC)

 

  • Directive 2009/142 / EC (ex-90/396 / EEC) Appliances burning gaseous fuels (GAD Directive)

 

  • Directive 2000/9 / EC relating to cableway installations designed to carry persons

 

  • Council Directive 90/385 / EEC of 20 June 1990 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to active implantable medical devices (Directive AIMDD)

 

  • Directive 98/79 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 October 1998 on in vitro diagnostic medical devices (Directive IVDD)

 

  • Directive 94/25/EC (also in Russian) of the European Parliament and the Council dd. 16 June 1994 of laws approximation, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States

 

New Approach Directives in the European Union are based on the following principles:

 

– Legislation harmonization has been limited by essential requirements.

 

-only that products can be placed on the market and put into service in the European Union, in relation to which the design and manufacture of basic requirements are made.

 

– Harmonized standards these are European standards (references on which the Official Journal has been published) which should be transferred to national standards and comply with the relevant requirements.

 

 

-Application of harmonized standards (European standards) or other technical specifications remains voluntary, and manufacturers are free to choose any technical solution that provides compliance to essential requirements.

 

-manufacturers are able to choose between different conformity assessment procedures provided with relevant directives concerning the specific product.

 

New Approach directives provide the application of the CE mark on products (CE mark), but with some exceptions. There are directives of New and Global Approach which do not foresee the CE marking.

 

These directives include:

 

Packaging and packaging waste – Directive 94/62 / EC

The interaction of the trans-European high-speed railways – Directive 2008/57 / EC

The interaction of the trans-European conventional rail system – Directive 2008/57 / EC

 

Ship equipment – Directive 96/98 / EC

Energy efficiency of refrigerators, freezers and their combinations – Directive 1996/57 / EC – replaced by EU regulation 643/2009

 

Transportable pressure vessels – Directive 2010/35 / UE

 

The noise level on the environment, equipment operating outside Directive 2000/14 / EC

 

Stabilizers, fluorescent lighting – Directive 2000/55 / ​​EC – replaced by Regulation (Regulation EU) 245/2009 EU

 

COSMETIC PRODUCTS SAFETY REPORT certification (notification, registration) of cosmetic products in the European Union is not covered with New and Global Approach Directives but is subject to the new EU Regulation № 1223/2009 (Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009), which entered into effect since July 11, 2013.

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