Department of printing has published 50 new standards since November 2016.
Among them there are national and interstate standards on risk management, transfer units of time, frequency and time scale national UTC (SU), polymer composites, optical cables, medical electrical equipment, medicine, brussels sprouts, cooked sausage items, consumer package and toys.
GOST R 57146-2016 «Medicines for medical applications. Studying for carcinogenicity of pharmaceuticals and excipients» describes situations in which it is necessary to test carcinogenicity and also approaches for assessment of these results. The author of this document is I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University. Time of implementation is May 1, 2017.
GOST 23231-2016 «Cooked sausage items and cooked meat products. Method for determination of residual activity of acid phosphatase» protects people from green sausage. This document was developed by the All Russian Scientific Research Institute of meat industry of V.M. Gorbatov. Date of implementation is January
Very often toys can be dangerous for children and their health. The following standards focus on the safety of children from chemical hazards:
GOST EN 71-4-2014 «Toys. Safety requirements. Part 4. Experimental sets for chemistry and related activities» contains requirements for warning notices and user`s manuals. It also contains list of measures while first aid treatment.
GOST EN 71-5-2014 «Toys. Safety requirements. Part 5. Chemical toys (sets) other than experimental sets» covers plaster of paris (gypsum) moulding sets, embedding sets, model sets and miniature workshop sets. This standard specifies the following writings – « Don’t put the substance in the mouth», « Don’t inhale dust or powder», «Don’t dab to the skin» in user`s manuals for plaster of paris (gypsum) moulding sets. These standards were published by the Scientific and Production Republican Unitary Enterprise "Belarusian State Institute of Standardization and Certification (BelGISS). Date of implementation June 1, 2017.
You can buy these documents in the International Cooperation Department.