On 22 March 2022, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved Resolution No.347 "On Amendments to Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine dated 20 December 2006 No. 1764" (hereinafter – the "Resolution") providing a number of amendments to the Technical Regulation for Construction Products, Buildings and Structures, including changing its name to the Technical Regulation for Construction Products (hereinafter - the "Technical Regulation").
According to the Resolution, construction products include any material, product or set that is manufactured and put into circulation for its intended use for a long time in a building or structure, the performance of which affects the performance of the building or structure, related to the basic requirements for them.
It is established that construction products that meet the requirements of the Technical Regulation are freely available on the market and used for their intended purpose in Ukraine.
The conformity of the construction product to the requirements of the Technical Regulation is evidenced by the mark of conformity to technical regulations.
At the same time, compliance of construction products with the requirements of the Technical Regulation is presumed in case of their compliance with the standards from the list of national standards or their parts.
For this purpose, before putting into circulation construction products a manufacturer shall:
The Regulation also establishes special rules for the period of martial law, simplifying the import from EU countries and the introduction into circulation of construction products of manufacturers, in particular:
The Resolution also determines that provision in the market of construction products, which were put into circulation before the date of entry into force of this Resolution, cannot be prohibited or restricted on the ground of non-conformity of such construction products with all or separate requirements of the Technical Regulation as amended by this Resolution.
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