Conformity assessment or certification
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Module A according to technical regulations

Personal protective equipment of workers (PPE)

The conformity assessment according to the requirements of the new Technical Regulation of personal protective equipment, approved by the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine No. 771 dated August 21, 2019, is a mandatory requirement. PPE shall meet the essential health and safety requirements set out in Annex II of the Technical regulation which apply it. National standards are used to confirm compliance, that provides a presumption of equipment compliance with the requirements of the Technical Regulation of personal protective equipment.

It is necessary to submit an application to the Conformity Assessment Body "TECKO" for carrying out conformity assessment work with the requirements of the Technical Regulation. The technical file is attached in electronic form together with the application in accordance with the List defined by the relevant assessment procedures (modules).  It is necessary to send a completed application with a set of documents on e-mail: Within 1-2 working days, we will definitely contact you to agree on the timing and cost of work.

The application for works
The list of required documents for the conformity assessment
The questionnaire for checking management systems (for module D)
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Information on the Technical Regulation of personal protective equipment

The Technical Regulation of Ukraine

Personal protective equipment

Personal protective equipment

The Resolution of CMU

№ 771 dated 21.08.2019 (new addition)
The Resolution of CMU №771 dated 21.08.2019
(text of regulation)

№ 761 dated 27.08.2008

Mandatory use

New addition - beginning with 30.08.2021

beginning with 10.03.2010
is valid to 30.08.2021

Similar EU directive REGULATION (EU) 2016/425

Directive 89/686/EEC

The scope of new Technical Regulation applies to personal protective equipment (PPE) and sets requirements for the design and manufacture of PPE to be made available on the market with respect to safety and health.

The PPE shall be classified according to the risk categories (set out in Annex I of the TR), namely:
Category I includes exclusively the following minimal risks: superficial mechanical injury; contact with cleaning materials of weak action or prolonged contact with water; contact with hot surfaces not exceeding 50 °C; damage to the eyes due to exposure to sunlight (other than during observation of the sun); atmospheric conditions that are not of an extreme nature
Category IІ includes risks other than those listed in Categories I and III.
Category IІІ  includes exclusively the risks that may cause very serious consequences such as death or irreversible damage to health relating to the following: substances and mixtures which are hazardous to health; atmospheres with oxygen deficiency; harmful biological agents; ionising radiation; high-temperature environments the effects of which are comparable to those of an air temperature of at least 100 °C; low-temperature environments the effects of which are comparable to those of an air temperature of – 50 °C or less; falling from a height; electric shock and live working; drowning; cuts by hand-held chainsaws; high-pressure jets; bullet wounds or knife stabs; harmful noise.

Conformity assessment procedures should be chosen from among these modules:

  • Category І – module А;
  • Category ІІ – modules В, C;
  • Category ІІІ – modules В, С2; D;
  • For PPE produced as a single unit to fit an individual user and classified according to Category III, – modules В and С.

Affixing the mark of conformity to technical regulation is mandatory.

The list of national standards that meet European harmonized standards and voluntary application of which can be perceived as proof of compliance with the requirements of the Technical Regulation of personal protective equipment (Order of Ministry of Economic Development №1462 from 10.12.2013).

See the European Regulation for information:
Regulation (EU) 2016/425 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 March 2016 on personal protective equipment and repealing Council Directive 89/686/EEC
Regulation (EU) 2016/425 Personal protective equipment (PPE) (valid from 21.04.2018)