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Contact Information of Market Surveillance Authorities

In 2010, the secretariat of WP.6 started to collect information on market surveillance authorities in the UNECE region and beyond, in partnership with the European Commission and the EuroAsian Interstate Council for standardization, metrology and certification (EASC). Currently, more than 30 countries have provided information about their market surveillance authorities.

Since 2016 the WP.6 has renewed mandate for updating the contact details of the named market surveillance authorities and the latest updates from January 2017 will be displayed below as the secretariat receives them from countries.

WP.6 has received  data from 42 countries, and we're currently working to consolidate the information received and make it available on the UNECE WP.6 website. Download the survey in order to participate in this initiative.

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A single market for goods
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Export Helpdesk
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Information and Communication System for Market Surveillance (ICSMS)
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Rapid Alert System for dangerous non-food consumer products (RAPEX)
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Technical Regulations Information System (TRIS)
TRIS is a database developed by the European Union to implement the 98/34/EC Directive and more generally to further the objective of the Single Market.