The Cabinet of Ministers approved an action plan to implement the concept of implementing the state policy of regulatory support construction in the country for the period until 2015 is fixed by government order № 1982-r dated 12 October 2010 According to the document, in particular, the Government instructed the Ministry of Regional Development and Construction until 2013 to review state standards of the former Soviet Union (marked with guests) in the construction and building materials industry.
In addition, Minregionstroy together with the concerned ministries and other central executive authorities have until 2016 to revise building codes of the former Soviet Union (with the marks of SNIP and CH).
The plan also envisages the introduction of state building codes and standards, which will operate until the completion of the harmonization of the regulatory framework for the construction of the EU regulatory framework, increasing the proportion of 30% standards harmonized with the standards of the COP, etc.
Recall Cabinet Decree № 1436-r dated 14 July 2010 approved the Concept for the implementation of state policies of regulatory support construction in the country for the period up to 2015
According to the document, now in Ukraine there are about 1,3 thousand regulations of the state level, while about half have the documents of the former Soviet Union, which should be reviewed.
This concept will allow for coordination among ministries, other central executive authorities on the development, changes in regulatory acts technical and normative documents on construction, reduce the proportion of building codes in the total number of normative documents on construction, increase the number of standards, appropriate European Union standards, to ensure recognition of other states the results of conformity assessment of construction products in Ukraine.
Funding for implementation of the concept is carried out within the budget allocated for the year the ministries, other central executive authorities, under the authority of which is to deal with issues of standardization in the construction industry.