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The IECEE System, the right passport to facilitate trade. By Pierre de Ruvo Executive Secretary IECEE. Contents. IECEE CB Scheme structure Principle and aim of the CB Scheme 20th century vision and 21st century reality Scope of the CB Scheme CB Scheme process Benefits. Contents.

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    1. The IECEE System, the right passport to facilitate trade By Pierre de Ruvo Executive Secretary IECEE

    2. Contents • IECEE CB Scheme structure • Principle and aim of the CB Scheme • 20th century vision and 21st century reality • Scope of the CB Scheme • CB Scheme process • Benefits Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    3. Contents • IECEE CB Scheme structure • Principle and aim of the CB Scheme • 20th century vision and 21st century reality • Scope of the CB Scheme • CB Scheme process • Benefits Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    4. Global Trade & Conformity Assessment • Local – Regional – Global • Conformity assessment, perceived slow, steady, bureaucratic • Conformity assessment models were developed in isolation • Due to increased global trade, manufacturers identified the need to find improvements in efficiency and profitability Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    5. IEC Conformity Assessment Structure CONFORMITY ASSESSMENT BOARD IECEx Scheme for explosive environments IECEE System for conformity testing and certification of Electrotechnical equipment and components IECQ Quality assessment system for electronic components CB Scheme Mutual recognition of test results CB FCS(full certification, including assessing QMS & Factory Audit/Inspection) Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    6. IECEE Participating Countries Finland France Germany Greece Hungary India Indonesia Ireland Israel Italy Japan Kenya Korea Rep. of Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Malaysia Mexico Netherlands New Zealand Norway Pakistan Poland Portugal Romania Russia Saudi Arabia Serbia Singapore Slovakia Slovenia South Africa Spain Sweden Switzerland Thailand Turkey Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United States Uruguay Argentina Australia Austria Bahrain Belarus Belgium Brazil Bulgaria Canada China Colombia Croatia Czech Rep. Denmark Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    7. National Certification Bodies Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    8. IECEE Operators Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    9. Contents • IECEE CB Scheme structure • Principle and aim of the CB Scheme • 20th century vision and 21st century reality • Scope of the CB Scheme • CB Scheme process • Benefits Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    10. The CB Scheme The CB Scheme is the only Global recognized scheme for the safety of electrical equipment and components used in homes, offices, buildings, administrations, hospitals, academia……. anywhere Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    11. The CB Scheme In recognition of the need to facilitate international trade in electrotechnical equipment, and components primarily intended for use in homes, offices, workshops healthcare facilities and similar locations, for benefit of consumers, industries, authorities etc, and to provide convenience for manufacturers and other users of the services provided by various National Certification Bodies (NCBs), an international Scheme is operated by the IECEE (IEC System for Conformity Testing and Certification of Electrotechnical Equipment and Components), known as the CB Scheme. Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    12. The CB Scheme The CB Scheme is based on the principle of a “ de jure” mutual recognition (reciprocal acceptance) by its members of test results for obtaining certification or approval at national level. The CB Scheme in the last decade has naturally evolved into a system that is « de facto » accepted by numerous Countries’ Authorities as the passport to entry the various market places Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    13. The CB Scheme The Scheme is intended to reduce obstacles to international trade which arise from having to meet different national certification or approval criteria. Participation of the worldwide NCBs within the Scheme is intended to facilitate certification or approval according to IEC standards. Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    14. The CB Scheme Where national standards are not yet completely based on IEC standards, declared national differences will be taken into account; however, successful operation of the Scheme presupposes that national standards are reasonably harmonized with the corresponding IEC standards. Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    15. The CB Scheme Use of the Scheme to its fullest extent will promote the exchange of information necessary in assisting manufacturers around the world to obtain certification or direct acceptance in the global markets Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    16. Contents • IECEE CB Scheme structure • Principle and aim of the CB Scheme • 20th century vision and 21st century reality • Scope of the CB Scheme • CB Scheme process • Benefits Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    17. The Ideal Target One test One certification One mark Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    18. Today’s reality is… One test One international certificate One or more marks as needed Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    19. Today’s reality is also… • One test • One international certificate • Direct acceptance by the market place e.g. Regulators, Retailers, Buyers, Vendors Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    20. Contents • IECEE CB Scheme structure • Principle and aim of the CB Scheme • 20th century vision and 21st century reality • Scope of the CB Scheme • CB Scheme process • Benefits Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    21. The scope of the CB Scheme Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    22. The scope of the CB Scheme Safety, Performance, Sourcing IECEE Electrical accessories (TC 23) Information Technology (TC 108) Multimedia (TC 100) Luminaires (TC 34) Fibre optics (TC 86) Electric cables (TC 20) Cables, wires, waveguides (TC 46) Lamps and related equipment (TC 34) Household appliances (TCs 59 & 61) Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    23. The scope of the CB Scheme BATT – Batteries:IEC 60086, IEC 60099, IEC 61982… Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    24. The scope of the CB Scheme CABL – Cables and Cords:IEC 60227, IEC 60245, IEC 60502… Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    25. The scope of the CB Scheme CAP – Capacitors as Components:IEC 60252, IEC 60384, IEC 61048… Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    26. The scope of the CB Scheme CONT - Switches for appliances and automatic controls for electrical household appliances:IEC 60730, IEC 61058, IEC 61810… Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    27. The scope of the CB Scheme EMC – Electromagnetic Compatibility:CISPR11, IEC 61000, IEC 62236… Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    28. The scope of the CB Scheme HOUS – Household and similar equipment:IEC 60335, IEC 60704, IEC 61770… Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    29. The scope of the CB Scheme HSTS – Hazardous Substances:IEC 62321 Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Using chemicals or other hazardous substances in e.g plastic material used in end products by work can put people's health at risk. So the regulations in some Regions/Countries requires limits exposure to hazardous substances to prevent health problems. Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    30. The scope of the CB Scheme INST – Installation accessories and connection devices:IEC 60609, IEC 60320, IEC 60998… Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    31. The scope of the CB Scheme LITE – Luminaires:IEC 60598, IEC 60928, IEC 61347… Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    32. The scope of the CB Scheme MEAS – Measuring Instruments:IEC 61010, IEC 60414, IEC 61557… Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    33. The scope of the CB Scheme MED – Electrical equipment for medical use:IEC 60601, IEC 61223… Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    34. The scope of the CB Scheme MISC – Miscellaneous:IEC 60077, IEC 60747, IEC 60938… Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    35. The scope of the CB Scheme OFF – IT and Office Equipment:IEC 60950, IEC 60825, IEC 62040… Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    36. The scope of the CB Scheme POW – Low voltage, high power switching equipment:IEC 60947, IEC 62019, IEC 62271… Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    37. The scope of the CB Scheme PROT – Installation protective equipment:IEC 60127, IEC 60269, IEC 61643… Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    38. The scope of the CB Scheme PV – Photovoltaics:IEC 60904, IEC 61215, PVRS6… Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    39. The scope of the CB Scheme SAFE – Safety transformers and similar equipment:IEC 60044, IEC 60742, IEC 61558… Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    40. The scope of the CB Scheme TOOL – Portable Tools:IEC 60745, IEC 61029, IEC 61939… Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    41. The scope of the CB Scheme TOYS – Electronic Toys:IEC 62115… Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    42. The scope of the CB Scheme TRON – Electronics Entertainment:IEC 60065, IEC 61965, IEC 62103… Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    43. Contents • IECEE CB Scheme structure • Principle and aim of the CB Scheme • 20th century vision and 21st century reality • Scope of the CB Scheme • CB Scheme & CB-FCS processes • Benefits Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    44. Mutual Recognition by its Members Process Country A NCB TESTING IEC Std+N.D. APPLICANT NCB APPLICATION RecognizingCountries B N.D.. TEST REPORT 15 working days Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    45. Direct Acceptance by the Market Place NCB APPLICANT IECEE TEST REPORT REGULATORS BUYERS RETAILERS MARKET Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    46. NCB A issuing Laboratory National differences (if applicable) National differences (if applicable) National differences (if applicable) Application documents Type test program National differences (if applicable) National differences (if applicable) Type test program National differences (if applicable) National differences (if applicable) Testing… APPLICANT CB Test Certificate CB Test Certificate CB Test Certificate CB Test Certificate Analyzing… CB Test Report CB Test Report CB Test Report CB Test Report CB Test Report Samples Vendors/Buyers Retailers Regulators 15 working days NCB B2recognizing NCB B3recognizing NCB B1recognizing CB Scheme in action Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    47. FACTORY AUDIT ISO 9001 Market access route ..via Recognizing NCBs FACTORY AUDIT REPORT C.A.R. CONFORMITY ASSESSMENT REPORT CBTL Kansai APPLICANT RecognizingCountries B C.A.R. CONFORMITY ASSESSMENT REPORT FACTORY AUDIT REPORT 15 working days Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    48. FACTORY AUDIT ISO 9001 Direct access to a market FACTORY AUDIT REPORT C.A.R. CONFORMITY ASSESSMENT REPORT APPLICANT REGULATORS FACTORY AUDIT REPORT C.A.R. CONFORMITY ASSESSMENT REPORT BUYERS RETAILERS MARKET Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    49. Conformity Assessment Certificate Conformity Assessment Certificate Conformity Assessment Certificate Conformity Assessment Certificate NCB A issuing Laboratory Test Report Conformity Assessment Report Conformity Assessment Report Conformity Assessment Report Conformity Assessment Report National differences (if applicable) Type test program Application documents National differences (if applicable) National differences (if applicable) Type test program Factory Audit Report Factory Audit Report Factory Audit Report Factory Audit Report Factory Audit Report Testing… National differences (if applicable) National differences (if applicable) National differences (if applicable) National differences (if applicable) APPLICANT Analyzing… Auditing… Samples Factory Factory Inspection Vendors/Buyers Retailers Regulators 15 working days NCB B3recognizing NCB B2recognizing NCB B1recognizing Full Certification Scheme in action Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010

    50. Elements of the CB Scheme vs CB-FCS Full Certification Scheme ISO/IEC System 5 CB Scheme ISO/IEC System 1-b • Testing • Testing • Test Report – TR • Test Report – TR • Review of the Test Report • Review of the Test Report • Initial Factory Inspection - IFI • CB Test Certificate • CB Test Certificate • Initial Factory Inspection Report - IFIR • Review of the I.F.I.R • Conformity AssessmentCertificate& Conformity Assessment Report • (Optional) NCB Certification Mark • Production is under surveillance • Factory inspection • Re-testing • Market control Meeting of WP 6 Bureau, Rapporteurs, Coordinators, “START” Team & MARS Group – Stockholm, 9-11 June 2010