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Sector Market Surveillance of consumer products programme 2010

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Sector Market Surveillance of consumer products programme

2010

 

 

 EU legislation  national legislation product sector  activities  period
 

Directive

88/378/EEC
 

- Act no. 264/1999 Coll. as amended

- GO no. 302/2004 Coll.
 toys  

- sector programme

- joint action

- reactive actions-

  complains, Rapex,

  experiences
 yearly
 

Directive

73/23/EEC

2006/95/EC
 

- Act no. 264/1999 Coll. as amended

- GO no. 308/2004 Coll. as amended


 

- lighting chains

 

- el. equipment

  designed for use

  within certain

  voltage limits
 

- reactive actions-

  Rapex,

- reactive actions-

  complains, Rapex,

  experiences
 

Oct.- Dec.

 

yearly
 

Directive

2007/23/EC
 

- Act no. 264/1999 Coll. as amended

- GO no. 398/1999 Coll.

- GO no. 485/2008 Coll.
 pyrotechnic articles  

- reactive actions-

  complains, Rapex,

  experiences
 

Oct.- Dec.

 

 

Directive

89/106/EEC

93/68/EEC
 

- Act no. 90/1998 Coll. as amended

 (full version

  Act no. 69/2009 Coll.),

- Ordinance no.

  158/2004 Coll.

  as amended
 construction  products  

- reactive actions-

  complains, Rapex,

  experiences
 yearly
 

GPSD

2001/95/EC
 

- Act no. 250/2007 Coll.  as amended

- GO no. 404/2007 Coll.

- products for hobby, sport,

relax

 

- child care articles

 

 

- lighters
 

- reactive actions-

  complains, Rapex,

  experiences

 

- reactive actions-

  complains, Rapex,

  experiences

 

- joint action,

  reactive actions-

  complains, Rapex,

  experiences
 yearly


 

 

yearly

 

 

yearly
 

 

Apart from above mentioned activities the STI as a market surveillance authority will during year 2010 carry out reactive actions (reactions to complains, Rapex notifications, own experiences and knowledge) in the area of non- food consumer products falling under New Approach Directives as well as GPSD.

 

 




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