State registration is a procedure applied for goods introduced for the first time or produced for the first time on the territory of the Eurasian Customs Union, which may pose a potential danger to human life in one way or another (e.g., household chemical products, personal hygiene items, dietary supplements, food products for children, children’s cosmetics, products for childcare).

A certificate of state registration of products (SGR) is received as the result of undergoing the state registration. It is an official document of the EACU, confirming the compliance of goods with all the sanitary and hygienic and epidemiological standards. SGR is issued for the products included in the Single List of Goods, subject to sanitary-and-epidemiologic supervision (control) on the customs border and customs area of the Customs union, and in the technical regulations of the Eurasian Economic Union.

Two categories of applicants can receive SGR:

  • Manufacturer.
  • Importer.

To register a product, the documents of a foreign manufacturer must be translated into Belarusian (Russian) and certified in accordance with the legislation of the EACU state-member, on the territory of which the registration is carried out.

It should be noted that SGR is valid on the territory of absolutely all the EACU countries and is an unlimited document.

What products are subject to the mandatory passage of this procedure?

You can view the list of goods that are subject to conformity certification here.

The process of undergoing the state registration of products

After submitting a complete package of documents, products undergo an examination, on the basis of which the assessment of goods is given. Next the documentation, submitted by the applicant, is reviewed for compliance with the requirements of sanitary and epidemiological rules and norms.

If the documents are approved, information about the products is entered into the State Register, and the goods are recognized as safe for humans and are allowed for sale on the territory of the Eurasian Customs Union. An issued certificate of state registration confirms this approval.

In order to obtain SGR the following package of documents is required:

For products manufactured in the customs territory of the EACU:

  1. application;
  2. copies of documents in accordance with which the products are manufactured (standards, specifications, regulations, technological instructions, recipes, information about the composition), certified by manufacturer;
  3. copy of a manufacturer’s document confirming safety and quality of the samples under investigation, certified in accordance with the legislation of the country, in which the state registration is carried out;
  4. written notification of a manufacturer, that products (product samples) meet the requirements of the documents in accordance with which they are manufactured;
  5. copies of labels (packaging) or their models for controlled goods, certified by an applicant;
  6. copies of documents on specific activity of a biologically active food supplement (for preparations containing unknown components, unofficial formulations), certified by an applicant;
  7. sampling act;
  8. manufacturer’s declaration on the presence of genetically modified (transgenic) organisms, nanomaterials, hormones, pesticides in food products;
  9. research (test) protocols (acts of a hygienic examination), scientific reports, expert opinion letters;
  10. extract from the Unified State Register of Legal Entities or the Unified State Register of Individual Entrepreneurs.

For products manufactured outside the customs territory of the EACU:

  1. application;
  2. copies of documents in accordance with which the products are manufactured (standards, specifications, regulations, technological instructions, recipes, information about the composition), certified in accordance with the legislation of the country, in which the state registration is carried out;
  3. manufacturer’s declarations on the presence of genetically modified organisms, nanomaterials, hormones, pesticides in food products;
  4. manufacturer’s document on the application (operation, use) of controlled goods (instructions, manuals, regulations, recommendations) or its copy, certified by an applicant (if any);
  5. written notification of a manufacturer, that products (product samples) meet the requirements of the documents in accordance with which they are manufactured;
  6. copies of product labels (packaging), certified by an applicant;
  7. originals or copies of documents on the specific activity of a biologically active food supplement (for preparations containing unknown components, unofficial formulations), certified in accordance with the legislation of the country, in which the state registration is carried out;
  8. originals or copies of documents on the toxicological characteristics of a compound (for pesticides, agrochemicals, plant protection products and plant growth regulators), certified in accordance with the legislation of the country, in which the state registration is carried out;
  9. copy of a document issued by the competent health authorities (other state authorized bodies) of the country, in which the biologically active food additive, food additive, disinfectant (disinsection, deratization) agent, cosmetic products are manufactured, confirming the safety and allowing free circulation of these products in the territory of the manufacturer’s country, certified in accordance with the legislation of the country, in which the registration is carried out, or the manufacturer’s information about the absence of need for such a document;
  10. originals of research protocols (tests), expert opinion letters;
  11. original of a sampling act;
  12. copies of documents confirming import of controlled goods samples into the EACU, certified in accordance with the legislation of the country, in which the state registration is carried out.

You can learn more detailed information about the documentation by contacting the specialists of our company.

Our prices

The cost of services for the state registration may vary, depending on a number of factors, and is determined after submission of a full package of documents.

Also, the terms of the registration should be taken into account. As a rule, they vary from 2 weeks, depending on the complexity and specifics of a product.

You can undergo through the state registration procedure yourself, or there is a possibility to simplify the process by contacting BELVIAT, which will significantly save your time and money.

Our experts will give you qualified consultation on issues of interest, help you submit a complete package of documents, control and accompany the registration process from the start of laboratory research to the issuance of a certificate, and all this work will be done as soon as possible.

TERMS OF REGISTRATION FROM 2 WEEKS.