On March 26, 2021, a public discussion of the draft amendments to the CU TR 010/2011 “On the safety of machinery and equipment” began. Consideration of the draft amendments to the CU TR 010/2011 will end on April 22, 2021. It is assumed that the new version of CU TR 010/2011 will enter into force after 6 months from the date of the official publication of the decision on the adoption of the amendments. Additions to the terminology of the regulations First of all, in Article 2 of TR CU 010/2011, which contains the terms and definitions used, it is proposed to include a paragraph in which there will be a reference to the terminology of the Protocol on Technical Regulation in the Eurasian Economic Union (Appendix No. 9 to the Treaty on the Eurasian Economic Union). economic union dated May 29, 2014) and standard conformity assessment schemes adopted by the decision of the Council of the Eurasian Economic Commission No. 44 dated April 18, 2018. In addition, the list of concepts will be supplemented with two new definitions: “standard model of a machine and (or) equipment” and “Type of machine and (or) equipment”. The revision of the provisions regarding the conformity assessment of machinery and equipment of Articles 6-11 of the Regulation concerning the procedures for assessing the conformity of products was proposed to be presented in new editions. This is provided in order to clarify certain provisions of the regulation in terms of conformity assessment based on the results of the practice of its application. It is about establishing: forms, schemes and conformity assessment procedures based on standard conformity assessment schemes; compliance of the provisions of the regulation with the provisions of the Treaty on the EAEU. An important innovation, enshrined in the draft amendments, is the introduction of the 7d scheme when declaring products. This scheme provides for a type study to register a declaration of conformity for a batch of machinery / equipment. As for other certification and declaration schemes enshrined in TR CU 010/2011, they will formally be set out in accordance with standard schemes, but the procedures themselves will remain unchanged. As a result, the certificate can be obtained according to one of the following schemes: 1s, 3s, 4s or 9s; register a declaration of conformity according to one of the following schemes: 1d, 2d, 3d, 4d, 5d, 6d or 7d. The draft amendments also provide for the introduction of a clear requirement for the execution of all evidentiary materials, which enshrines the obligation that documents drawn up in a foreign language and included in the set of evidentiary materials are accompanied by a translation into Russian and (or), if there is a corresponding requirement in the legislation of the state – member of the EAEU – into the state language of such a state. The sets of documents required for assessing the conformity of products themselves are set out in more detail, based on the conformity confirmation form and scheme. It should be noted that the provisions concerning the study of the type of machines and (or) equipment have been separated into a separate article. In the current edition of CU TR 010/2011, there is no detailed procedure for such a study. The draft amendments also affect the validity period of the declaration of conformity. In the current edition of TR CU 010/2011, it is established that the validity of the declaration of conformity begins from the date of its registration and its validity period is no more than 5 years without separation by the nature of the production of products. The draft amendments provide for the indefinite validity of the declaration of conformity of the batch (single product) of machines and (or) equipment (by analogy with the validity period of the certificate).