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2020-05-22 Drafts In response to the concerns raised by the public about the safety of bedside sleepers due to incidents in recent years that resulted in severe injuries to infants, the Bureau of Standards, Metrology and Inspection(BSMI) intends to regulate the safety and quality of bedside sleepers for domestic use. The conformity assessment procedure is either Type Approved Batch-by-Batch Inspection or Registration of Product Certification (Module 2 + Module 3). (Send your comments on or before 2020-06-29)
2020-04-29 Drafts To facilitate continued operation of the aviation industry during the disease pandemic, CAA has extended the expiry of the proficiency checks by three calendar months. (Send your comments on or before 2020-05-07)
2020-04-21 Drafts To facilitate continued operation of the aviation industry during the disease pandemic, CAA has extended the expiry of the medical certificate of the aircraft pilot by one calendar month. (Send your comments on or before 2020-04-27)
2020-04-15 Drafts There was a lot of public concern about incident reports of infant bath tubs recently. In order to reduce the risk of injury associated with this product, such as drowning, slip or fall injury, the Bureau of Standards, Metrology and Inspection is processing to regulate the safety and quality of this product. (Send your comments on or before 2020-05-20)
2020-04-15 Drafts The proposal involves the adoption of revised inspection standards for eye protectors, expanding the current inspection scopes to cover face shields. The conformity assessment procedure will be Registration of Product Certification (RPC) Scheme (Modules II+IV, II+V, or II+VII) or Batch-by-Batch Inspection Scheme. (Send your comments on or before 2020-06-19)
2020-03-23 Drafts Protective helmets nowadays are having multi-functions by using hi-tech, for examples, the Bluetooth video playback and photography functions. As these new functions are battery-powered (secondary lithium battery cells or secondary lithium battery packs), there are safety concerns. The BSMI is proposing to amend the inspection requirements for certain protective helmets currently subject to legal inspection to ensure their safety with multi-functions. This proposal applies to protective helmets for (1) drivers and passengers of motorcycle and mopeds, (2) pedal cyclists and (3) users of skates, skateboards and roller skates. In addition, a new version of the inspection standard will be adopted for the second and third categories of protective helmets. The conformity assessment procedure remains the same: Registration of Product Certification (RPC) or Batch Inspection. (Send your comments on or before 2020-05-25)
2020-03-17 Drafts As ships are getting bigger, the risk of manoeuvring the mega-ships is also increasing. Therefore, it is necessary to adjust relative fees. In addition, the pilotage fee of R.O.C. (The Republic of China) flag vessel engaged in domestic route that one third discount should be abolished. (Send your comments on or before 2020-05-18)
2020-03-10 Drafts In order to cope with the need of the selection process and refer to Article 14 of "Regulations For Review by Procurement Evaluation Committee", four Articles in the draft revision of "Regulations Governing the Organization of the Selection Committee and the Evaluation for Private Participation in Infrastructure Projects" will be amended. (Send your comments on or before 2020-05-11)
2020-02-24 Drafts In order to enhance consumer protection and promote efficient energy use, the BSMI proposes to regulate double-capped LED lamps. The conformity assessment procedure for all such products will be Registration of Product Certification (RPC) Scheme (Modules II+III) or Type-approved Batch Inspection (TABI) Scheme. (Send your comments on or before 2020-04-27)
2020-02-21 Drafts Due to "Regulations for Compulsory Pilotage at the Port of Keelung Which Is Not Applicable to R.O.C. (The Republic of China)-flag Ships Navigating Domestic Shipping Routes or Engaged in the Engineering Works of Ports", the rule regarding the one-third discount to the pilotage tariff specified in Annotation 4 of "Pilotage Tariff of Port of Keelung, Taipei and Suao" should be abolished. (Send your comments on or before 2020-04-27)