The CARICOM Regional Organisation for Standards and Quality (CROSQ) has issued the final draft CARICOM Regional Standard on Labelling of Pesticides for voting. Members of the public are invited to review and state position on the draft document. The standard and related documents can be viewed at the links below:...
The Standardization Division is hosting a virtual Stakeholder Consultation on the draft voluntary standard for wastewater reuse: TTS 664:20XX, Wastewater reuse – Agricultural and other applications – Requirements Date: Wednesday 29th June, 2022. Time: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm TTS 664: 20XX Stakeholder Consultation registration View draft voluntary standard and...
This standard establishes the minimum energy performance standards (MEPs) for refrigerating appliances and relevant test method to specify the energy label. It also specifies the energy label requirements. Status: Current | Published: 2022
This standard establishes requirements for liquid solvent-borne coatings and primers intended for use on interior and exterior surfaces. It also includes requirements for performance and labelling of solvent-borne top coats and primers. It applies to solvent-borne coatings with alkyd and modified alkyd resins including decorative and architectural coatings. This standard does not apply to stains, varnishes, glazing compounds, lacquers, putties, water-borne coatings and industrial protective coatings. NOTE: Solvent-borne coatings covered under this standard are intended for use on wood, metal, bituminous substrates, plastic and glass but are not limited to these applications. Status: Current | Published: 2022
This standard establishes requirements for water-borne, decorative coatings intended for use on interior and exterior surfaces. It applies to final packaged products, untinted bases and products tinted at the point of sale. It also establishes requirements for characteristics, performance and labelling of coatings and specific parameters for primers and top coats. This standard is applicable to liquid coatings including emulsion, latex, water-soluble, waterdispersible or colloidal coatings and textured coatings. It does not apply to stains, varnishes, putties and solvent-borne coatings. EXAMPLE Water-borne coatings covered under this standard are intended for use on concrete, brick, stucco, concrete block, wood, metal, off shutter concrete or bituminous substrates, plastic and glass but are not limited to these applications. Status: Current | Published: 2021
This CARICOM Regional Standard CRS/ICC 900/SRCC 300- 2020 CARICOM Application Document for the ICC Solar Thermal System Standard has been developed under the authority of the CARICOM Regional Organisation for Standards and Quality (CROSQ). This document represents the modifications to the ICC Solar Thermal System Standard that are applicable to the CARICOM region when using the ICC Solar Thermal System Standard. This document was approved as a CARICOM Regional Standard by the CARICOM Council for Trade and Economic Development (COTED) at its 53rd Meeting in November 2021. This standard is intended to provide the minimum criteria for the design and installation of solar thermal systems. Futhermore, it describes the requirements and methodology for standardised solar thermal system design evaluation, including the analytical evaluation of its components. The resulting document provides appropriate protections for health, safety and welfare while avoiding unnecessary restrictions on the use of new materials, technologies or designs. This document is to be read in conjunction with the ICC 900/SRCC 300-2020 Solar Thermal System Standard substituting the relevant clauses of the CAD in the ICC as applicable. Status: Current | Published: 2021
This standard specifies requirements for an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) system developed and implemented within a tourism establishment. This regional standard is applicable to IPM programmes throughout tourism establishments. This standard does not apply to organisations such as government ministries, regulatory departments and agencies, associations, and statutory bodies, that do not provide a tourism related service. Status: Current | Published: 2021
This CARICOM Regional Standard specifies requirements for the management of sewage including collection, treatment and disposal, and other effluents generated at tourism establishments. This standard does not apply to organisations such as government ministries, regulatory departments and agencies, associations and statutory bodies that do not provide a tourism related service. Status: Current | Published: 2021