mandatory standard

mandatory standard

A standard with which it is obligatory to comply; established by an authority endowed with the necessary legal power.
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The Caribbean nation of Trinidad and Tobago has initiated a consultation period for its draft mandatory standard on the migration of heavy metals from toy materials.
He added that the new mandatory standard covers all electronic nicotine products, which are used as alternatives to traditional cigarettes, including electronic shisha, electronic cigarettes, electronic pipes, vaping devices as well as the liquid refills.
The National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Law, passed by Congress in July of 2016, directed USDA to establish this national mandatory standard for disclosing foods that are or may be bioengineered.
Arranza, said local firms are concerned over the noninclusion of flat glass in the list of products covered by mandatory standard.
The Board of Directors also approved the draft of the mandatory standard update: Energy Efficiency Statement for Electrical Appliances UAE.S 5010-2 on Washing Machines and Dryers, and the Project for Updating the Mandatory Standard of Energy Efficiency for Electrical Appliances UAE.S 5010-6 on Dishwashers after review the impact of the application of these regulations during the past seven years, reported Emirates news agency Wam.
The UAE cabinet has approved the mandatory standard that bears the UAE.S 1971 on UAEflag(theflagof the Union), where the standard number 1971 refers to the year of the Union, a standard issued by the Emirates Authority for Standardisation and Metrology "ESMA" in an effort to standardize the necessary technical requirements For the state's knowledge of all the entities that lift it to its facilities and buildings.
But it has now re-opened after being given the clear in water quality tests, with Wirral Council saying results from three samples showed it passed the mandatory standard for bathing water quality.
The licensees will be required to comply with the baseline mandatory standard, which is incorporated into license conditions that would is effective from January 1, 2016.
THE CABINET approved a new Bill to replace the 29- year- old Bureau of Indian Standards ( BIS) Act on Wednesday with an aim to bring in more products under the mandatory standard regime and end ' inspector raj'.
The exercise of the exclusive rights by the holder, albeit in perfect conformity with the letter and the spirit of patent laws, would contradict the public policy that is behind the setting of a mandatory standard. According to that public policy--which seeks to meet the goals of collective interest such as environmental standards, public health requirements, etc.--it is in the public interest that all manufacturers of the products that are covered by the standard precisely obey its instructions.
The standard itself is interwoven with explanatory commentary, which is marked to distinguish it from the mandatory standard. The standard covers general requirements; performance objectives and seismic hazards; evaluation and retrofit requirements; tier one screening; tier two deficiency-based evaluation and retrofit; tier three systematic evaluation and retrofit; analysis procedures and acceptance criteria; foundations and geologic site hazards; steel; concrete; masonry; wood and cold-formed steel light frame; architectural, mechanical, and electrical components; seismic isolation and energy dissipation; system-specific performance procedures; and tier one checklists.
He explained that the meeting will focus on a number of issues, including a draft mandatory standard contract for domestic employment, Qatar's proposals regarding the criteria for denying violating expatriate workers entry into GCC countries and a draft unified GCC strategy for facing the problems of domestic workers.