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Serbia and Montenegro Council of Ministers Ministry of Internal Economic Affairs REGULATORY RULES TODAY AND TOMORROW Analytical overview: Mr Alija Haskic, MSc
Council of Ministers Ministry for internal economic affairs Sector for harmonisation and co-ordination of economic frameworks Sector for conducting and harmonisation of legal act appliance Sector for legal act harmonisation with European and international rules Group for agricultural and food industry Group for heavy industry, chemistry, energetics, civil engineering and mining industry Accreditation body of Serbia and Montenegro Institute for Intellectual Property Institute for Measurement and Precious metals Institute for Standardisation
Institute for Standardisation Creation, harmonisation and passing of standards, technical directives, guidelines and similar documents for products, processes and services Certification of products, processes and services Certification of systems, management of quality and of system guidelines, environment protection Homology of vehicles, equipment and their parts Supervision of work of competent and authorised legal entities Co-operation with International, regional and national organisations in a domain of standardisation, etc. Regular informational updates within the region of standardisation
Legislation in the process of adoption Copy Right Law and Related Right Law Patent Law Trade Mark Law Law on Designs and Models Law on Geographical Indications and of Origines Law on Protection of Topography and Integrated Circles
Legislation in the process of drafting and adoption Law on Metodology Law on Standardisation Law on Accreditasion Law on Technical requirements for products
Existing regulations According to The Law on Standardisation and The Regulation on Technical Register, Standardisation Office in the field its activities, intensively works on the preparation of JUS and in cooperation with EU and international organizations creates JUSs identical with ISO, EN and IEC standards
Existing regulations According to The Law on Standardisation and The Regulation on Technical Register, Ministry of Internal Economic Relations creates technical regulations for: -agricultural, food and other products -industrial products and products of electroenergy and energy, products of mining and products of construction and hemics During creation and adopting of regulations beside JUS, ISO, EN and IES standards, sectors standards are in use for products for which there is not adopted standards. These sectors standards are identical with one of citated standards.
Present activities Currently, most of the technical regulations designed before 1996 are now in force. With the gradual changes introduced in recent years, most of technical regulatory acts within the agricultural and food industries are ratified in conjunction with the EU regulatory acts. At present procedural legal acts are being adjusted with European Union “New Approach” directives.
Present activities Serbia and Montenegro intends to market goods within the following product categories: Electrical equipment designed for utilisation within particular voltage boundaries, (i.e. low-voltage device) Civil engineering products Electro-magnetic compatibility Equipment for personal protection Devices with inflammable gaseous fuels Medical equipment
Present activities Equipment and systems for protection utilised in potentially explosive atmospheres Packaging and container waste Equipment under pressure Machinery Agricultural and food industry products Other miscellaneous products Technical legal acts and associated standards are published in the official gazette.
Future activities Under the supervision of the European Agency for reconstruction and following the public tender, the Danish Technology Institute was given the project titled “Strengthening quality management, capacity and infrastructure in Serbia and Montenegro”. The aim of the project is to provide technical help to the relevant institutions responsible for the creation and implementation of processes and procedures. The scope of the project covers the following areas: technical acts, standards, metrology, accreditation, certification and correlation assessment.
Project realisation Employees training Harmonisation with EU Improvement of the existing quality plans Integration of institutions between Serbia and Montenegro and EU
Project includes the promotion of the following: The general policy Standardisation Accreditation Metrology The conformity assessment Regulatory acts of the above defined areas