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Access to European and Russian Markets via Transportable Conformity Assessment sm. Donald A. Mader Underwriters Laboratories Inc. Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer. IECEE Workshop: Moscow, 2007-06-26.

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Access to european and russian markets via transportable conformity assessment sm

Access to European and Russian Marketsvia Transportable Conformity Assessmentsm

Donald A. Mader

Underwriters Laboratories Inc.

Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer

IECEE Workshop: Moscow, 2007-06-26


Access to european and russian markets via transportable conformity assessment sm1

Access to European and Russian Marketsvia Transportable Conformity Assessmentsm

  • Key Elements of Compliance

  • Conformity Assessment

  • Transportable Conformity Asessmentsm

  • Case Studies

    • Russian Federation

    • European Union

  • Service Providers


Conformity assessment value chain

CLIENT

INTERACTIVE

PROGRAMS

CONFIDENCE

VALUE

ACCREDITATION

THIRD

PARTY

CONFIDENCE

VALUE

ACCEPTANCE

AUTHORITY

SUPPLIER

MARKET ACCESS

Conformity Assessment Value Chain


Key elements of compliance

Compliance Systems

Rules and Regulations that define a market

Key Elements of Compliance

  • Conformity Assessment

  • Available paths which compliance can be verified (design, production, documentation)

  • Technical Requirements / Standards

  • Minimum requirements used for evaluating compliance(may be mandatory or voluntary)

  • Market Requirements

  • Additional requirements to those of the compliance system to establish confidence in the marketplace


Conformity assessment considerations

Regulatory Marks

Self-affxed

Privately Issued

Market Driven Marks

Regional Marks

Private Marks

Conformity Assessment Considerations

  • Compliance Certificates


Access to european and russian markets via transportable conformity assessment sm

Country A

Sector K

NCB X

Conformity

Assessment

SUPPLIER

Country B

Sector K

NCB Y

Product

Certification

Flow of a CB Test Report (CBTR)/CB Test Certificate (CBTC) Transportable Conformity Assessmentsm

CBTR/CBTC

CBTR/CBTC

CBTR/CBTC

CBTR/CBTC

SDoC based on

NCB X Conformity

Assessment

Acceptance of NCB X

Conformity Assessment

via gov’t to gov’t MRA

Satisfaction of market/regulatory

demands for conformity assessment:

market acceptance

National

Certification


Streamlining global market access delivery portfolio

Streamlining Global Market AccessDelivery Portfolio

1

2

3

Local CODirect delivery of Certification Marks and Certificates

SchemesMutual recognition schemesSecondary ProgramsIntermediateApplicant

Alliance with CODelivery via a partner or supplemental program


Underwriters laboratories meeting customer s market needs

DoC

Underwriters LaboratoriesMeeting Customer’s Market Needs

CUSTOMER

IA


Russian federation eu case studies

Russian Federation & EUCase Studies


Case study russian federation gost r law no 5151 1 on certification of products and service

Case Study: Russian Federation GOST R (Law No. 5151-1 On Certification of Products and Service)

  • Privately Issued by Accredited Certification Organization

    • Mandatory

    • Facilitated by UL Demko, UL-US

  • Required for Regulated Products

    • Mandatory Examination Certificate

      • Certification valid for 3 years

    • Electrical safety and EMC

      • Compliance with Russian IEC based standards

    • Annual Inspections Required to Maintain Compliance


Case study european union ce marking new approach directives

Case Study: European Union CE Marking (New Approach Directives)

  • Manufacturer Affixed Marking

    • Mandatory compliance to EU Directives

  • Commonly agreed upon European regulations

    • Govern design, production and documentation requirements

    • May require intervention of a “Notified Body”

    • Allow for free movement of goods

      • Binding to Member States based on European Treaties

        • Published in the Official Journal of the European Communities

  • 27 Current European Union (EU) member states

    • Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom

      • Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway have also implemented a variety of EU legislation and together with the EU make up the European Economic Area (EEA)


Case study european union market driven

Case Study: European Union Market Driven

  • GS Mark (Geprüfte Sicherheit - Safety Tested)

  • Privately Issued by German Accredited Certification Organization

    • Issued by UL Demko

  • Predominant German (European) Safety Mark

    • Applicable for ready-to-use products

      • Indicates a product has been found to comply with European safety standards

    • Electrical safety, EMC and Ergonomics

    • Requires annual inspections to maintain compliance


Transportable conformity assessment sm streamlining global market access

Transportable Conformity AssessmentsmStreamlining Global Market Access


Case study united states market driven

Case Study: United States Market Driven

  • UL Mark

  • Privately owned Certification Mark

    • Issued globally by Underwriters Laboratories

    • Issued via UL’s Receiving NCB procedures under the IECEE CB Scheme

  • Predominant Safety Mark in the United States

    • Applicable for:

      • Ready-to-use products

      • Components

        • Based on Conditions of Acceptability

    • Requires ongoing inspections to maintain compliance


Ul enterprise global locations

UL Enterprise Global Locations


Backup materials

Backup Materials


Process model cb scheme

Process ModelCB Scheme


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