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CCC Certification Now Compulsory for Motorcycle Helmets and Electric Blankets

All motorcycle helmets and electric blankets sold or otherwise distributed in China must now be approved by the country’s China Compulsory Certification (CCC) system. Previously, such items solely needed to secure a production permit.

Products in both categories will now have to comply with the relevant Certification and Accreditation Administration of China (CNCA) requirements, which came into force on 1 November this year. The procedure for switching from the permit-based system to the new CCC endorsement will be carried out in accordance with the Announcement of the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine (AQSIQ) and the CNCA on the Transitional Arrangements for Switching the Administration of Motorcyclist Helmets, Electric Blankets and Moped Products to China Compulsory Certification.

For further details (in Chinese), please refer to the following links:

Decision of the State Council on Adjusting the Catalogue for the Administration of Production Permits for Industrial Products and Trying Out the Simplification of Approval Procedures (Guo Fa No. 34 [2017])

Announcement of CNCA on the Issuance of Implementation Rules on Compulsory Certification of Motorcyclist Helmets and Domestic and Similar Appliances    

Announcement of AQSIQ and CNCA on Transitional Arrangements for Switching the Administration of Motorcyclist Helmets, Electric Blankets and Moped Products to China Compulsory Certification (Joint Announcement of AQSIQ and CNCA No. 86 [2017])

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