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Title Regulations Governing the Inspection of Eraser Commodities Ch
Date 2020.06.04
Legislative 1.Adopted and promulgated by the Bureau of Standards, Metrology and Inspection, Ministry of Economics Affairs on June 14, 2011.
2.Amended and promulgated by the Bureau of Standards, Metrology and Inspection, Ministry of Economics Affairs on August 4, 2014.
3.Amended and promulgated by the Bureau of Standards, Metrology and Inspection, Ministry of Economics Affairs on June 4, 2020.
Content 1. These regulations were established for the inspection of eraser commodities.

2. The inspection of eraser commodities shall be conducted through two schemes, i.e. monitoring 
inspection and registration of product certification [Type test module (Module 2) and Declaration of 
Conformity to Type module (Module 3)].

3. Inspection standards and inspection items:
(1) The commodity appearance, the content of six kinds of phthalate plasticisers (DBP, BBP, DEHP, 
DNOP, DINP and DIDP) and the content of heavy metals, such as antimony, arsenic, barium, 
cadmium, chromium, lead, mercury and selenium, in any harmful substances shall be examined in 
accordance with CNS 6856.
(2) The Chinese declaration labeling [commodity name, manufacturer details, manufacturing date 
(yyyy/mm/dd) and warning notice] shall be inspected in accordance with CNS 6856 and stationary 
commodity labeling criteria.

4. Scheme of the monitoring inspection:
(1) The obligatory inspection applicant shall apply to the Bureau of Standards, Metrology and 
Inspection (BSMI) of the Ministry of Economic Affairs or its local office (hereinafter referred to as 
the inspection authority) for purchase of the commodity inspection mark printed by the BSMI. The 
applicant who intends to be granted the permission to print the commodity inspection mark shall 
apply for monitoring inspection registration. To apply for printing the commodity inspection mark, 
the applicant shall complete the “Application for Printing the Commodity Inspection Mark” and 
attach the monitoring inspection registration certificate to it. The application shall be filed with the 
local inspection authority for printing the mark, which is comprised of the alphabet “M” and a 
designated code. The designated code shall be the monitoring inspection registration number.   
(2) To apply for the inspection of eraser commodities imported or manufactured domestically, the 
obligatory inspection applicant shall itemize commodities in the application based on type number, 
specification or bar code, and enter the name, type number, specification or bar code of the eraser 
commodity, commodity inspection mark number and manufacturing date into the BSMI computer 
system.
(3) If the commodities that are inspected batch by batch are found to be compliant with the 
regulations for ten successive batches, the commodities in future applications that are delivered by 
the same obligatory inspection applicant, are made by the same manufacturer (or same factory), 
come from the same country of origin and have the same C.C.C. Code will be inspected by 
sampling the batches at 50%. After adoption of the above randomly selected batch inspection, if the 
commodities are found to be compliant with regulations for 50 successive batches without any 
record of unconformity in a year, the commodities in future applications will be inspected by 
sampling the batches at 20%. As for the batches not drawn for sampling, document review shall 
apply.  
(4) Sampling is conducted based on a computer-generated list of the items in the batch drawn at 
random. For an inspection application listing not more than 100 items to be examined, one item 
shall be sampled at random for every five items. At least one item shall be sampled and five items 
sampled shall be the maximum. For an inspection application listing more than 100 items to be 
examined, one extra item shall be sampled at random for every 20 items in excess of 100, and ten 
items sampled shall be the maximum. Five pieces (sets) of commodities in each item are sampled at 
random as the samples, which shall be inspected in accordance with the preceding Article; the 
commodity inspection mark and the Chinese declaration labeling for the commodity sample shall 
also be examined. The sampling ratio may be raised if necessary.  
(5) For batches not sampled, document review shall be conducted based on the computer-generated 
list of items at the sampling ratio provided in the above paragraph. The commodity inspection mark 
and the specimen of the Chinese declaration label shall also be examined. A sampling inspection 
may be conducted if necessary. 
(6) If the inspection authority accepting the inspection application agrees to release the eraser 
commodities before inspection, the obligatory inspection applicant shall notify the inspection 
authority to inspect the commodity inspection mark and the Chinese declaration label and sample 
and seal up the commodities at the site where the commodities are stored, after having completed 
transportation, storage and relevant arrangements for the commodities. 
(7) Inspection unit: inspection authority or a designated inspection unit; inspection period: within 
seven days after sampling
(8) Commodities that fail to meet the requirements provided in the regulations shall result in return, 
destruction or application for supervised improvement of the commodities in compliance with the 
Regulations Governing Disposition of Commodities Failing Inspection. The inspection authority 
shall process such items in accordance with the following rules:
a. If the commodities sampled in a batch indicate that some sampled commodities meet the 
requirements and some do not or that all sampled commodities fail to meet the requirements, the 
commodities in said batch shall be divided into satisfactory items and unsatisfactory items. The 
unsatisfactory items shall be returned, destroyed or made to reapply for inspection after supervised 
improvement, and the satisfactory items shall be released.
b. If the type, type number or specification, or bar code of the commodities that are not sampled is 
the same as that of an unsatisfactory item that is unlikely to be improved, the commodities not 
sampled shall also be returned, destroyed, disassembled or sent for any other necessary disposal. For 
the unsatisfactory commodities that are improvable, an improvement plan shall be submitted before 
they are re-inspected together with the rest of the items that were not sampled.    
c. For the application for re-inspection of unsatisfactory commodities, the sampling ratio shall be 
double the number provided in Paragraph (4).  Any and all improved items that were determined to 
be unsatisfactory and have applied for re-inspection shall certainly be drawn to be examined.  
(9) If the inspection result shows that a batch of sampled commodities is unsatisfactory, the 
simplified sampling method specified in Paragraph (3) shall not be adopted for future applications 
filed by the same obligatory inspection applicant for inspection of any and all commodities made by 
the same manufacturer (or same factory), from the same country of origin and with the same C.C.C. 
Code as that of the unsatisfactory commodities unless these commodities are inspected batch by 
batch and found to be compliant with the regulations for ten successive batches.  
(10) If the result of an inspection of a sample eraser commodity purchased from the market 
indicates its failure to meet the inspection standards or its violation of the regulations by 
circumventing the inspection, the simplified sampling method specified in Paragraph (3) shall not 
be adopted for future applications filed by the same obligatory inspection applicant for inspection of 
any and all commodities made by the same manufacturer (or same factory), from the same country 
of origin and with the same C.C.C. Code as that of the sampled commodity unless these 
commodities are inspected and found to be compliant with the regulations for ten successive batches. 
The inspection authority shall also request the obligatory inspection applicant in written form to 
recall and correct all the commodities with the same type, specification or bar code made by the 
same manufacturer (or same factory) on the same manufacturing date and from the same country of 
origin as that of the sampled commodity within a given period of time. Failure to correct the 
commodities shall result in return or destruction of the commodities.

5. Scheme of the registration of product certification:
(1) Definition:
a. Same type: Same manufacturing factory and same country of origin
b. Main type: Commodity selected as the main type among all commodities of the same type
c. Series of the type: All commodities of the same type, except the main type commodity
(2) Type test:
a. Procedure for accepting the application for a type test report: The application for registration of 
product certification shall be filed with the inspection authority or a designated eraser laboratory 
recognized by the inspection authority. With the application, at least five samples of each main type 
eraser commodity and series of the type shall be submitted. In addition, three copies of the 
completed Commodity Types Classification Form for the Registration of Product Certification shall 
be attached to the application. The accepting unit shall check whether the submitted samples 
conform to the type number or specification specified in the Commodity Types Classification Form 
for the Registration of Product Certification.  
b, Inspection items: Each main type commodity and series of the type shall be inspected in 
compliance with Article 3.
c. The CNS Mark Certification inspection report issued within a year prior to the application for 
registration of product certification may be substituted for a type test report issued for the 
commodity that has the same commodity name and same type number as that of the commodity in 
the CNS Mark Certification inspection report. 
(3) Type test fee: Such a test is subject to the test rates charged by the unit accepting the inspection.
(4) Application for issuing the certificate with respect to registration of product certification: The 
applicant shall prepare basic documents, conformity assessment documents (including the type test 
report issued by the inspection authority or a designated eraser laboratory recognized by the 
inspection authority, and the Declaration of Conformity to Type) and technical documents 
(including the Commodity Types Classification Form for the Registration of Product Certification, 4” 
x 6” color photos of the commodity, manufacturing process summary, specimen of the Chinese 
declaration label, and the Existing Quality Assurance System Descriptions) based on each main type 
and then apply for the certificate with the inspection authority.
(5) Review period: Seven working days (excluding the period of time when the application is 
pending due to the need for supplementary documents), and another seven working days if a test of 
the samples is requested
(6) The certificate shall be effective for three years. The application filed by the holder of the 
certificate for its extension shall be limited to one time only.  
(7) The commodity inspection mark, which is comprised of the alphabet “R” and the designated 
code, can be printed by the obligatory inspection applicant in compliance with applicable 
regulations.
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