The Belarusian State Institute for Standardization and Certification (BelGISS) is the central state scientific and practical enterprise of the Gosstandart in the field of technical regulation, standardization, conformity assessment, information and technical support, and systems management.
Ensuring high scientific, technical, organizational and methodological level of the works performed and the services rendered for everyone is our main task, fulfillment of which is provided by the energy, knowledge, experience and expertise of more than 300 professionals.
The spectrum of the Institute activity is extremely broad and diverse. Successfully implemented governmental directions and projects allow, on the one hand, to maintain the uniqueness of the Institute in the country and abroad, and on the other - to be in a competitive environment, constantly improve, seek and offer new solutions, dynamically move to new horizons.
We are confident that that we can become your reliable business partner offering ready practical solutions, open to innovative proposals and cooperative work for the benefit of sustainable development of each organization, and therefore the economy and society as a whole.
The National Institute for Standardization is the developer of the complex of fundamental standards of the System of technical regulation and standardization of the Republic of Belarus, the National System for Conformity Attestation of the Republic of Belarus, being in line with international trends and best practices.
The Institute takes an active professional position, aimed at effective addressing of the issues of technical regulation, in all integration formations (the Union State, the Commonwealth of Independent States, the Eurasian Economic Union), where the Republic of Belarus is the member.
The Institute is the developer and administrator of the automated system for formation of the Plan of State Standardization in the format of a single electronic platform for integrated solution on automation of the activities on creation of the expert community in the field of technical regulation and standardization and operation of technical committees on standardization.
The Institute takes an active part in:
- harmonization of technical legislation of the Republic of Belarus in the framework of the Eurasian Economic Union, the Commonwealth of Independent States;
- drafting of international legal instruments and the implementing documents;
- formation of the Republic of Belarus position in relation to the documents in the field of technical regulation.
The specialists of the Institute lead the secretariats of the national and interstate technical committees for standardization and carry out the technical administration of interaction with international organizations on standardization ISO, IEC.
The National Institute for Standardization is a member of:
- 20 National Technical Committees (TCs BY)
- 53 Interstate Technical Committees (ITC)
- 32 Technical Committees of ISO (TC/ISO)
- 5 Technical Committees of IEC (TC/IEC)
- 2 Technical Committees of CEN (CEN/TC)
- 1 Technical Committee of CENELEC (CLC/TC)
- is the key government information center in the field of technical regulation and standardization
- implements the policy of information support in the field of technical regulation and standardization
- provides formation and maintenance of the National Fund of technical normative legal acts
- accumulates complete and reliable information on TNLA
- ensures the principles of accessibility and openness of TNLA
Within the framework of agreements concluded with the international (regional) and national standards-setting organizations BelGISS is the official distributor of:
- International Standards (ISO, IEC)
- national standards of Germany (DIN, DIN EN)
- national standards of Poland (PN, PN EN)
- standards of the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)
- national standards of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Russian Federation (ST RK, GOST R)
- is the largest in the Republic of Belarus and the CIS technical testing center in electrical safety and electromagnetic compatibility
- the only one in the Republic of Belarus and the CIS center for parameters characterization of the energy efficiency of a wide range of household and industrial electrical products
- is accredited in the National accreditation system of the Republic of Belarus
- is included in the single register of testing laboratories (centers) of the EAEU
- is appointed as the Technical Service (No. 28/P) for testing of electrical equipment of vehicles for compliance with the UNECE Regulation No. 10, "Uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to electromagnetic compatibility"
- test results are recognized by the notified bodies of the European Union
- on the parameters of safety
- on the impact of climatic and mechanical factors
- on the degrees of protection of shells (for the effect of special environments)
- on electromagnetic compatibility parameters
- on fire safety and calculation of the probability of fire occurrence
- on determination of acoustic characteristics
- on determination of the content of hazardous substances
- on energy efficiency parameters
Tests for compliance with the EU requirements:
- Directive 2014/35/EU on the making available on the market of electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits, and replacing Directive 2006/95/EC
- Directive 2006/42/EC on machinery, and amending Directive 95/16/EC
- Directive 2014/30/EU on the harmonisation of the laws of the Member States relating to electromagnetic compatibility
- Directive 2011/65/EU on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment
- Directive 2009/125/EC establishing the framework for the setting of ecodesign requirements for energy-related products
- Directive 2014/53/EU on the harmonisation of the laws of the Member States relating to the making available on the market of radio equipment
- UNECE Regulation 10
Mobile testing laboratory
Testing of mechanical engineering products and electrical equipment vehicles and other large vehicles on the parameters of safety and EMC according to the standards of the Republic of Belarus, technical regulations of EAEU/CU, international and European standards, including EU directives providing application of the CE marking