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Regulatory ESSENTIAL
Mexico - Machine Safety/Guarding

Modular information package with all the essential information for compliant products in your target market.
Conveniently read online at Product-Compliance-Portal ROGER WILLCO.

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Stakeholders:      Operator, B2C products, B2B products     
Application: Mexico, Machine Safety and Machine Guarding, RFSHMAT (The Federal Regulation for Occupational Health, Safety and Environment), NOM Standards
Countries: Image for MX Mexico,  
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Status: Published 2023-04-20 by Anette Dunkel-Reinboth and Benjamin Kerger
Last change 2024-04-05 by Ina May: Warnings, symbols, Machine safety and guarding
   
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Subject Areas of this Essential:


Machine safety and guarding

Scope of this ESSENTIAL
This ESSENTIAL describes the machine operator's duties regarding machine guarding, based on
- The Federal Regulation for Occupational Health, Safety and Environment
- Mexican NOM standards (NOM standards are compulsory)'

Analysis of regulatory requirements

Legislation in force for this PCT
here you will get a linked document in ROGER WILLCO
(only reachable with additional ROGER WILLCO licence)

Are legal provisions regulates the product compliance topic? If yes, what is the reference (title, number)?

Responsible actors
here you will get textual information

Which actor(s) are responsible for compliance with the legal provisions: e. g. - economic operators (manufacturer, importer, distributor, fulfilment service provider), - user (commercial/industrial/professional), - user (private, consumer)?

Regulatory market access conditions for the actor(s)
here you will get textual information

What are the main regulatory requirements (e. g. conformity assessment fulfilment of essential requirements of Annex I 2006/42/EC) prior placing on the market, importation and putting into service (brief description)

Exemption clauses
here you will get textual information

Exempted devices/products or industry sectors.

Sub-federal legislation of states/counties
here you will get textual information

E. g. by 2019 an Inter-Governmental Agreement (IGA) on governance of the Electrical Equipment Safety System (EESS) has been signed by Queensland, Victoria, Western Australia and Tasmania.

FTA/MRA status with EU
here you will get related hyperlink(s)

Has the country signed a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) or a Mutual recognition agreement (MRA) with EU?

Authority
here you will get textual information

Name of the authority for approval, registration, market surveillance and/or enforcement

Link/Reference to other reference document(s)
here you will get related hyperlink(s)

Hints
here you will get related hyperlink(s)

Specific recommendations, information or most common mistakes

Route to compliance

Formal and administrative requirements

Registration at related authority required?
here you will get textual information

Product registration? Manufacturer registration? Importer / Representative registration? if required.

Local representative legally required?
here you will get textual information

[Yes/No]

Equipment authorization (approval process)

Approval process (conformity assessment procedure)
here you will get textual information

Means each legally required approval process prior placing on the market, importation or putting into service

Conformance document(s) to show compliance to the authority
here you will get textual information

e. g. SDoC, technical documentation (for 10 years), filled-in approval forms (e. g. ACMA in AUT)

Conformance document validity and renewal
here you will get textual information

Validity for Conformance document name mentioned. For mandatory certification validity is important.

Which documents are required by an approval body?
here you will get textual information

e .g. formal application

Is a factory inspection legally required
here you will get textual information

Hints
here you will get textual information

Specific recommendations, information or most common mistakes

Testing & Standards

Specific requirements for testing
here you will get textual information

e. g. is an accredited test lab. mandatory, limits, test samples, product description

General information to the application of standards
here you will get textual information

e. g. China: GB standards are mandatory, EU: harmonized standards shall be published in the OJEU with respect to "presumption of conformity"

General information to the application of standards
here you will get a table

e. g. China: GB standards are mandatory, EU: harmonized standards shall be published in the OJEU with respect to "presumption of conformity"

Is in-country testing legally required?
here you will get textual information

Source for standards for conformity assessment
here you will get related hyperlink(s)

Acceptance of foreign test reports
here you will get textual information

Regulatory labelling, markings and user information

Regulatory label (mandatory)
here you will get textual information

e. g. product label

User instructions language(s)
here you will get textual information

Regulated by the legal provisions

Warnings, symbols
here you will get a image or chart

e. g. ANSI Z 535.4

General Information:

   Mexico

Code, ContinentMEX,
Economic AreaAPEC
Official LanguageSpanish
Standard InstituteInstituto Mexicano de Normalización y Certificación, A.C. (IMNC) | https://imnc.org.mx/
HS CodememberYes

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