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法規名稱(Title) Regulations Governing Registration of Product Certification Ch
公發布日(Date) 2020.01.10
法規沿革(Legislative) 1.Adopted and promulgated by Ministerial Order on 28 July 1999.
2.Amended and promulgated by Ministerial Order on 5 December 2001.
3.13 Articles amended and promulgated by Ministerial Order on 11 January 2005.
4.14 Articles amended and promulgated by Ministerial Order on 7 November 2006.
5.14 Articles amended and promulgated by Ministerial Order on 3 February 2010.
6.14 Articles amended and promulgated by Ministerial Order on 4 January 2018.
7.14 Articles amended and promulgated by Ministerial Order on 10 January 2020.
法規內文(Content)

Article   1

These Regulations are established in accordance with Article 37 of the Commodity Inspection Act

(the Act).

 

Article   2

An applicant for registration of product certification shall be either the manufacturer of the

commodities or a person who entrusts others to manufacture the commodities (the manufacturer).

Where the manufacturer is located outside the territory of the Republic of China, the applicant

shall be the sales agent or importer of the manufacturer who has its domicile or business place in the

Republic of China.

 

Article   3

The conformity assessment procedures for registration of product certification shall be any of the

following modules or their combinations:

1.Internal Control Module - Module I: The applicant shall submit technical documents as well as

ensure and declare that its production premises are registered under their consent, and are the actual

factories manufacturing the registered commodities which comply with the specified standards or

relevant technical regulations.

2.Type Test Module - Module II: The applicant or the production premises shall submit technical

documents together with the type samples and obtain a type-test report indicating that the types are

in compliance with specified standards or relevant technical regulations from the following

organizations:

The Bureau of Standards, Metrology and Inspection (the BSMI) or its branches with jurisdiction

over the particular applicant (all being referred to as the inspection authority hereinafter), or

Designated testing laboratories recognized by the BSMI.

3.Declaration of Conformity to Type Module - Module III: The applicant shall declare and ensure

that its production premises are registered under their consent, and are the actual factories

manufacturing the registered commodities which comply with those types in Module II.

4.Full Quality Management System Module - Module IV: The production premises shall obtain a

registration certificate regarding the quality management system that encompasses design,

development, production, and manufacturing from the certification bodies recognized by the BSMI,

in accordance with the CNS 12681 (ISO 9001).

5.Production Quality Management Module - Module V: The production premises shall obtain a

registration certificate regarding the quality management system that encompasses production and

manufacturing from the certification bodies recognized by the BSMI, in accordance with the CNS

12681 (ISO 9001).

6.Product Quality Management Module - Module VI: The production premises shall obtain a

registration certificate regarding the quality management system that encompasses the final

inspection and testing of the products from the  certification bodies recognized by the BSMI, in

accordance with the CNS 12681 (ISO 9001).

7.Factory Inspection Module - Module VII: The production premises shall obtain a factory

inspection report issued by the BSMI or certification bodies recognized by the BSMI.

The applicant of the Subparagraph 4-7 of the preceding Paragraph shall also comply with the

requirements of Declaration of Conformity to Type Module of the Subparagraph 3 of the preceding

Paragraph.

 

Article   4

An applicant shall submit the application form and the following documents to the BSMI or

commissioned product certification bodies (hereinafter referred to as the certification bodies) when

applying for registration of product certification:

1.The photocopies of the registration documents of the company, business, factory, ID or other

equivalent establishment registration documents of the applicant except if identical documents have

been previously registered with the certification bodies or those Unified Business Numbers filled

are available to be searched at the official site of the competent authority;

2.The photocopies of declaration of conformity-to-type, the type-test report, relevant technical

documents, quality  management system registration certificate or a copy of factory inspection

report; and

3.Other related materials and technical documents required by the BSMI.

If  the applicant has been granted the use of other certification marks designated by the BSMI, the

certificates of such marks may be presented in place of the related documents mentioned in the

preceding Paragraph.

A certificate issued under the Mutual or Multilateral Recognition Arrangements may be submitted in

place of related documents mentioned in the Paragraph 1.

For photocopies of documents required by the Paragraph 1, the applicant shall provide a signed

declaration stating that the copies are identical to the originals or current situation. The certification

bodies may, as necessary, request the submission of originals for verification.

If there is any insufficiency or inconformity among the documents submitted by the applicant based

on the Regulations, the applicant shall make necessary corrections within two months upon

receiving of the notice. The application will be rejected if the applicant fails to do so.

For registration of any product certification, the applicant may make applications to certificate

bodies at different jurisdictions.

 

Article   4-1

An applicant shall not re-apply for registration of product certification for the same type of

commodity except when an applicant makes a new application for registration of product

certification for the same registered type within a period of three months prior to expiry of the

certificate.

The registered type of commodity shall be designated in accordance with the commodity model.

Specifications, other characters or codes shall be designated as the registered type when the

commodity has no model.

The model, specifications, characters shall be unique in identification, and be designated by the

applicant when the application is made.

 

Article  4-2

The original type-test report shall not serve as the conformity assessment document of Paragraph 1

of Article 4 if there is any existence of the following occasions:

1.The registration of product certification has been revoked or rescinded;

2.The test results of commodities purchased or sampled are not in compliance with the inspection

standards, starting the next date after the date of the test results approved;

3.Any severe injury to any person or endangered public safety caused by the defects of the

registered commodities, starting the next date after the date of occurrence of such event;

4.Failure to replace the registration certificate within a given time limit according to the revised

inspection standards in accordance with Paragraph 2 Article 40 of the Commodity Inspection Act,

excluding those specifically designated and publicly announced by the BSMI.

 

Article   5

A registration certificate shall be issued to the applicant after the application has been reviewed and

approved. Upon issuance of the certificate, the applicant will be permitted to use the certification

mark in accordance with the Regulations Governing the Use of Commodity Inspection Marks.

Where the commodity inspection mark for certain products designated by the BSMI per public

notice is to be printed by the BSMI, the certificate holder shall make an application to the

certification bodies for obtaining such inspection mark labels by submitting information on the

types, specifications and quantities of the registered products as well as other documents requested

by the BSMI.

For the review mentioned in the preceding Paragraph, the certification bodies may request samples

to be provided by the applicant for performing necessary testing or witness testing on specific

features of the commodities. The certification bodies may dispatch inspectors to the production

premises to conduct on-site visits.

Where the registered commodities are sold to other person and marketed under the name of such

person, the certificate holder shall report the name, address, or trade mark of that person to the

certification bodies.

The registration certificate mentioned in Paragraph 1 may be issued in the electronic format.

 

Article   6

A certificate holder may apply for extension of the term of validity by providing relevant documents

within a period of three months prior to the expiration of the certificate. An extension is limited to

one time only. For applications that are made after the expiration of the certificate, a new

application for registration of product certification shall be required.

A new certificate will be issued after the application for extension of the term of validity mentioned

in the preceding paragraph is reviewed and approved.

The extended term of validity of a registration certificate shall be determined according to that

announced in Paragraph Two of Article 39 of the Act, beginning from the day following the expiry

date of the original certificate.

Articles 4 to 5 shall apply to the application and review mentioned in the first paragraph of this

Article.

 

Article   7

Commodities that have been granted registration may be shipped out of the production premise, or

be exported or imported.  However, for commodities designated by the BMSI to be subject to

border checks or checks before releasing from the production premises, the BSMI may issue a

check notice to the certificate holder or importer. The commodities found to be compliant after the

check shall be issued a conformity notice, which allows the commodities to be shipped out of the

production premise, or be exported or imported. The commodities found to be non-compliant shall

be disposed in accordance with Article 7-1.

If the exporter or importer of the registered product is not the certificate holder, they may obtain

authorization from the certificate holder and import release notice from the certification bodies in

order to pass through customs.

The scope of the authorization will cover all types of the commodities specified in the registration

certificate.

Where the certificate holder informs the certification bodies that the authorization mentioned in the

second paragraph is terminated, the certification bodies may rescind the import release notice

previously issued. This shall also apply if the registration of product certification had been revoked

or rescinded, or the registration certificate had been cancelled.

 

Article   7-1

If commodities that have been granted registration of product certification are found to be

non-compliant as mentioned in the Proviso of the Paragraph 1 of the preceding Article and such

non-compliance cannot be corrected, or cannot be corrected within a given time limit, the obligatory

applicant shall make return, destroy or disassemble such commodities to a level of unserviceability,

or adopt other necessary measures within six months after receiving the notice of non-compliance.

When disposing of commodities mentioned in the preceding Paragraph, the obligatory applicant

shall apply to the inspection authority for removing the seal, or may remove the seal themselves

after obtaining an approval from, and under the supervision of, the inspection authority. For

commodities that are to be returned, the applicant shall report to the inspection authority and

provide the re-export declaration and related documents to close the case within three months after

the commodities are returned. A case can also be closed on-line via crosschecking of the export

information in the database of the Customs Administration, Ministry of Finance by the inspection

authority.

 

Article   8

For commodities that have been granted registration of product certification, the certification bodies

may dispatch inspectors to the certificate holder, production premises, harbor warehouse, premise of

the importer, distributor or relevant places to conduct sampling inspection, or to the production

premises for surveillance visits.

The certificate holder or the production premises shall establish records of dates for

manufacturing/sale of products, product types, specifications, quantities, dates of shipping products

out of production premises, clients, customer complaints, processing and customer service and must

retain the related technical documents. The records are subject to checks by the certification bodies.

For commodities that have been granted registration of product certification, the certification bodies

may dispatch inspectors to the production premises to conduct checks at the manufacturing stage.

 

Article   9

If any changes are made to commodities that have been granted registration of product certification,

the following procedures shall apply:

1.Where the basic design has been changed, a new application for registration shall be submitted;

2.Where the basic design remains the same but the inspection items of a serial commodity have

been changed, an application shall be submitted for registration of this serial commodity; or

3.Where the basic design remains the same and the changes mentioned in the previous paragraph do

not affect the registered items of certificate and commodity identification, an application for such

changes shall be submitted to the certification bodies for permission. If necessary, the certification

bodies may require that the applicant present the related supporting documents, technical documents

and type-test reports for check.

Articles 4 and 5 shall apply to the application and review mentioned in the first and third

subparagraphs of the preceding paragraph.

 

Article   10

For commodities that have been granted registration of product certification, an application for the

increase, change or relocation of the production premises shall be made to the certification bodies

for approval. Where the production premises are listed on the registration certificate, an application

for replacing the certificate shall be required.

 

Article   11

The registration certificates shall be cancelled under any of the following circumstances:

1.Where the nominal holder of the certificate applies for cancellation of the certificate;

2.Where registration of the commodity is revoked or rescinded by the certification body.

3.Where the company, business, factory or other related registration of the certificate holder is

revoked, rescinded, cancelled, dissolved, terminated or withdrawn.

If the registration certificate had been cancelled, the related authorized import release notice shall

become ineffective at the same time.

 

Article   11-1

Any type of registered product is inspected to be not in conformity with the inspection standards,

the other types of registered products of the same structure under the same certificate shall be

deemed to be not in conformity with the inspection standards as well. Together they shall be

rescinded the registration of product certification in accordance with Paragraph One of Article 42 of

the Act.

 

Article   12

The application for a replacement of the original registration certificate may be made if the original

certificate is lost or damaged. The applicant may apply for duplicate copies if necessary.

The new certificate may be directly issued if an application for registration of serial commodities is

made and such commodities have been reviewed and approved.

 

Article  13

The certification bodies shall issue conformity assessment certificates to the applicants in

accordance with the Mutual or Multilateral Recognition Arrangements.

 

Article   14

These Regulations shall take effect from the date of promulgation.