EUWA Workshop on National Standards – follow up performed in October

October 18, 2019

As new legal requirements, collected in according worldwide national standards, are affecting today’s business, causing a massive additional workload to the crews with rising Costs, the EUWA has launched a Workshop in December 2017 covering this background.

The main task of the workshop is to collect background Information about the range of world-wide standards, such as INMETRO, Indian Homologation, China Compulsory Certificate and many more. One driving idea was, to collect knowledge debris from our members, merging it to a full image with almost any of the relevant details and Information.

Together with a few well established EUWA Senior engineers, the workshop is being chaired by the EUWA Competence Center on a regular basis.

Also this time, all attendees have been instructed to always follow the EU competition compliance rules & regulations – “Compliance means respecting the law. In the competition field, it means business proactively respecting competition rules.” – This was to remind the entire participants to work under a business neutral & fair-trade background.

Second item presented to the workshop was a short summary about the UNECE WP29 GRBP meeting in Genève. Further top topics discussed were the current requirements/ developments on TISAX, VECTO, EAC and the need for TPMS on light weight trucks.

As guideline for the day the agenda, previously provided via E-mail to the participants, was followed accordingly. The results on the tasks of the last work shop have been presented. For more easy tracing, the new findings from the 02.10.2019 workshop are being highlighted in blue colour this time any other content, which is still relevant will be left in normal black. A lot of old content on this ongoing document has been deleted for a better overview. The next workshop has already been scheduled to 29’th April 2020.

You will find the entire Workshop content/ report and the current status of our collected knowledge and data also in the “Competence Center Reports” area for download with member access.

Any more Info required, please contact the EUWA Competence Center or raise an E-Mail to