Cabinet changes the rules for the monitoring of retailers

13 October 2012 10:55  8922488 023022
Cabinet changes the rules for the monitoring of retailers

Cabinet plans to change the rules for inspection of companies selling consumer products and services. Sellers of food, alcohol and tobacco will be inspected up to two times a year, and sellers of clothing and footwear - every two years. Sellers of household chemicals, cosmetics and paints are luckier - they will be inspected every three years.

At the same time, they plan to release the producers from inspections. The list of high-risk products will include food, alcohol and tobacco, baby food, household services, children's recreation and relaxation services, supply of electricity, gas and water.

The rest of the services, which previously belonged to the category of high risk, will be moved into the medium group: electronics, clothing, shoes and leather goods, tourism, transport and communications services. Other goods and services are offered to be included to the low level of risk.

Intervals between inspections for other groups remains the same: every two years - for medium risk category, and every three years - for low risk category.


Tags: rules, Cabinet of Ministers, inspections

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