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2023-06-03 Drafts In order to protect the rights of Crime victims and/or their family members. The relevant authorities' obligations, the application and review procedures of Crime victim compensation and the qualifications of leadership of the Protection organization and its branches are established. (Send your comments on or before 2023-06-16)
2023-06-03 Drafts Portable air conditioners are gaining popularity among consumers. Considering that they share similar risks with air conditioners, which are already regulated by BSMI, BSMI proposes to add portable air conditioners into the scope of legal inspection. It is planned that Portable Air Conditioners shall comply with the legal inspection requirements on 1st, January 2025. Two alternative conformity assessment procedures are made available for the choice of applicants, i.e. Registration of Product Certification (RPC) or Type-Approved Batch Inspection (TABI). (Send your comments on or before 2023-08-01)
2023-05-30 Drafts At present, only upright freezers of which the storage volume does not exceed 400L are in the scope of mandatory inspection of BSMI. However, the storage volume of commercial upright freezers has increased. Upright freezers with storage volume not exceeding 700L become popular in the market. In addition to that, horizontal freezers are also getting popular among consumers recently. As a result of risk assessment, BSMI proposes to add upright and horizontal freezers with storage volume not exceeding 700L into the scope of legal inspection. (Send your comments on or before 2023-07-28)
2023-05-27 Drafts With a view to enhancing the safety of toys, the Bureau of Standards, Metrology and Inspection (BSMI) is proposing to adopt the updated version of CNS and ISO 8124-1:2022 (contents related to flying toys only) as inspection standards. The BSMI is proposing to remove 2 categories of toys (Stuffed toys and Blocks) from the list of products subject to Monitoring Inspection (MI) or Registration of Product Certification (RPC). These products are assessed to be of low risk and shall be subject to the conformity assessment procedure of Declaration of Conformity (DOC), which requires tests to be performed at designated testing laboratories and a declaration of conformity to be issued for declaring that the products comply with relevant inspection standards. The conformity assessment procedures remain the same, i.e. MI, RPC or DOC. (Send your comments on or before 2023-07-25)
2023-05-25 Regulations Foreign Special Professional Who Possesses Special Expertise in the Field of Culture and Arts
2023-05-24 Drafts To comply with the policy reviewed by the Ministry of Health and Welfare, there is one classification to be revised. (Send your comments on or before 2023-07-24)
2023-05-20 Drafts The amendment is drafted according to the Addendum No. 1 of the 2023-2024 Edition of "Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air" issued by the International Civil Aviation Organization. (Send your comments on or before 2023-06-02)
2023-05-13 Drafts In order to simplify application procedures and facilitate the clearance for PPP projects, there are 94 Articles in the draft revision of "Enforcement Rules of Act for Promotion of Private Participation in Infrastructure Projects" to be amended. (Send your comments on or before 2023-07-11)
2023-05-10 Act Employment Service Act has files
2023-05-10 Drafts Considering that COVID-19 pandemic has been slowing down, the Central Epidemic Command Center, National Health Command Center (CECC) has adjusted the epidemic prevention measures to return the industries to their pre-epidemic operations while taking into account the health and normal living needs of the public. In order to strengthen the safety protection of the critical infrastructure of maritime ports, it is still necessary to master the boarding personnel of the vessels. Maritime and Port Bureau, MOTC deletes the epidemic prevention requirements of the boarding operation management, revises the name to "Directions of Management for Boarding Operations at the Port", and amends Paragraph 6 of "Behaviors Which May Prejudice the Port Safety Designated in Subparagraph 3 of Paragraph 1 of Article 36 of the Commercial Port Law" to announce that the personnel who board a vessel without the boarding category or being permitted by "Directions of Management for Boarding Operations at the Port" is an act of obstructing port area safety. (Send your comments on or before 2023-05-16)