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mongolian agency for standardization and metrology
Mongolian Agency forStandardization and Metrology
  • Content
  • Quick facts about Mongolia
  • MASM Introduction
    • Standardization and Technical Regulation Department
    • Certification
    • Metrology
    • Accreditation
quick facts about mongolia
Quick facts about Mongolia

MAP OF MONGOLIA

Location: Northern Asia, between China and Russia

Capital: Ulaanbaatar

Total population: 3.0 million (July 2006 est)

Area: 1.565 million sq km.

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Quick facts about Mongolia

  • Population: 2.4 mln (with low density of 1.5 persons per sq.km)
  • More than 10 ethnic groups, (75%- Khalkh, 7%-Kazakhs and others)
  • Language: Mongolian
  • Religion: More than 90%-Tibetan Buddhist Lamaism, 6%-Muslim
  • Climate: Extreme continental, 4 distinct seasons (-25 C in January; +25 C in July)  
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History of Mongolia

  • Mongolia was inhabited 500.000 years ago.
  • First state was established by Huns tribes in 209 B.C.
  • Great Mongol Empire under Chinggis Khan was established in 1206.
  • Conquest by Manchu Empire during XVIII-XIX centuries.
  • Restoration of Mongolian sovereignty in 1911.
  • Creation of People's Republic of Mongolia in 1924 (under communism).
  • Establishment of democracy in 1990.
mongolian agency for standardization and metrology1
Mongolian Agency forStandardization and Metrology

MASM

MASM (Mongolian Agency for Standardization and Metrology) is a Government regulatory agency responsible for policy coordinating and managing of standardization, metrology, accreditation, certification, testing and quality sectors in Mongolia.

Mission

To contribute to the social and economic development of Mongolia in conjunction with he development strategic tendency by applying standardization, quality and metrology.

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MASM continues to operate activities with 120 employees and provide professional guidance and methodology to branch offices in 20 aimaks.

Mongolian Agency forStandardization and Metrology

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Mongolian Agency forStandardization and Metrology

  • The main functions are:
      • Standardization and implementation of TBT agreement
      • Certification
      • Establishment and maintain of national measurement standards
      • Legal metrology
      • Accreditation
      • Training and consulting
      • International cooperation
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Mongolian Agency forStandardization and Metrology

Funding:

  • State budget
  • Foreign and domestic projects and programme
  • Science and Technology fund
  • Self-financing

Basic laws:

  • Constitution of Mongolia
  • Law on Standardization and Conformity assessment, 2003
  • Law on Guarantee the uniformity of measurement, 1994
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Standardization and Technical Regulation

Main purposes of standardization

  • Enhancement of the compatibility of products, as well as to ensure proper usage of all types of resources and interchangeability of products,
  • Protection of public interest, human health, the environment and security of the nation
  • Provision of uniformity of testing and measurement.

“LAW OF MONGOLIA ON “STANDARDIZATION AND CONFORMITY ASSESSMENT”

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Standardization and Technical Regulation

Standardization principles

  • Equal participation of the representatives from government, NGO, producers and consumers;
  • Compliance with social interests;
  • Independence
  • The standards shall be based on latest scientific and technological achievements and contain concise and coherent contents.
  • The development process of the national standards shall be based on related international standards.
  • The standards shall not be create unnecessary obstacles to the trade and manufacture.
  • “LAW OF MONGOLIA ON “STANDARDIZATION AND CONFORMITY ASSESSMENT”
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Standardization and Technical Regulation

Standardization policy

  • Identification of the national standardization system and legal documents with the international approaches
  • Harmonization of national standards with international ones;
  • Elimination of technical barriers to trade (adoption of voluntary basis standards);
  • Development of standards with market demand and public purpose standards;
  • Implementation of quality and environmental management systems;
the main activities of national standardization
The main activities of national standardization

Standardization and Technical Regulation

  • Management and coordination the activities of national standardization technical committees
  • Harmonization of national standards with international ones
  • Coordination of implementation of WTO Technical barriers to trade agreement
  • Implementation and transfer of new and advanced technology through the international and regional standards
national council for standardization
National Council for Standardization

Standardization and Technical Regulation

  • National Council for standardization confirms national standards (MNS) on the base of mutual consensus representing government, manufacturers, businessmen and consumers’ interest.
  • National Council for Standardization is approved by the Government. It consists of 18 members, who represent governmental and non-governmental organizations and is lead by MASM Chairman.
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Standardization and Technical Regulation

STANDARDIZATION TECHNICAL COMMITTEES

National standardization technical committee(TC) -25

Standardization Sub Committee(SC) -16

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Standardization and Technical Regulation

Standardization technical committees

members structure

Consumer

Research

Company

Government

number of national standards

100

10

90

25

80

53

55

70

Voluntary

60

Mandatory

50

90

40

75

30

47

45

20

10

0

2000

2002

2004

2005

Number of national standards

Standardization and Technical Regulation

percentage of national standards by standardization object

Teminology standards

5%

Product standards

14%

Basical standards

44%

Testing standards

37%

Percentage of national standards by standardization object

Standardization and Technical Regulation

national wto tbt enquiry point
National WTO/TBT Enquiry point

Standardization and Technical Regulation

  • The central standardization body shall run an Information and Enquiry Center.
  • The Information and Enquiry Center shall have a national database, consisting of originals or copies of international treaties and agreements, international, regional, foreign and national standards, technical regulations, directives, guidelines, recommendations, conformity assessment procedures and other relevant normative documents related to the products.

LAW OF MONGOLIA ON “STANDARDIZATION AND CONFORMITY ASSESSMENT”

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Standardization and Technical Regulation

Main activities are:

information and service on standards, technical regulation and other related documentation ;

  • recording and sales of international, foreign and national standards;
  • establishment of national standards database (MONGLOBAL);
  • use of the PERINORM of EU 16 countries 600 000 standards short text information database;
  • establishment an internet access for worldwide Standards information and international full text document servers;
  • national standards according to the updated version of the International Classification of Standards;
  • the catalogue of Mongolian national standards is updated every 2 year;
  • publishing standards, periodicals and other publications.
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Standardization and Technical Regulation

Percentage of national standards harmonized

with international ones

foreign relations
Foreign relations

MASM is a full member of ISO (International Organization for Srtanadrdization) since 1979, participates in 10 ISO TCs and SC as “P” member and 75 TCs as “O” member.

Membership:

• ISO – International Organization for Standardization, full member, 1979

• IRSA – Inter-Regional Standardization Association, 1997

• EAFTerm – East Asian Forum on Terminology, 1998

• IEC – International Electrotechnical Commission, joined affiliate country programme, 2000

• OIML – International organization for Legal metrology, a corresponding member, 1998

• APLMF – Asia Pacific Legal Metrology Forum, 1997

• APMP – Asia Pacific Metrology programme, 2002

• PASC – Pacific Area Standards Congress, 2002

• NCSL International –National conference of Standard Laboratories International, 2002

• APLAC – Asia Pacific laboratory Accreditation Cooperation, 2004

• ILAC – International Laboratory Accreditation Committee, 2007

bilateral cooperation
Bilateral cooperation
  • • KRISS – Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science
  • • KATS – Korean Agency for Technology and Standardization
  • • KSA – Korean Standards Association
  • • TSE – Turkish standard institute
  • • DSTU – The State Committee of Ukraine of Standardization, Metrology and Certification
  • • JSA – Japanese Standardization Association
  • • ASTM – American Society for Testing and Materials
  • • DIN – Germany Standard Institute
  • • CNCA – Certification and Accreditation Administration of the People’s republic of China
  • • Entry – Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau of Inner Mongolia, China
  • • BSMI – Bureau of standards, metrology and Inspection, Taipei, Taiwan
  • STAMEQ – Directorate for Standards and Quality, Vietnam
center for training and research
Center for Training and Research

Center for Training and research is basic division responsible for planning and organizing all seminar, training and study of the organization.

  • Purpose

- to run training in conjunction with the organization policy and strategic tendency and set up an advanced system of research

- to perform efficiently the planning and organizational matters of training and study

- to increase the quality of training, study and train skillful staff;

  • Type of trainings:

- Methods and guidelines of developing of standards and standardization

- Quality management system

- Environmental quality management system

- Traceability of Measurement Uniformity system

- Verification and calibration

- Certification of product and service

- Accreditation of testing laboratories

- to organize training for specialists of testing laboratories