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The CARICOM Regional Organisation for Standards and Quality (CROSQ) has issued the final draft CARICOM Regional Standard for Solar Thermal Systems for voting. This regional standard is an adaptation of ICC 900/SRCC 300, Solar Thermal Systems, 2015 Edition. The proposed changes to ICC 900/SRCC 300, 2015 Edition are provided in...
This standard gives detail of accepted safe industrial practices and outlines the minimum safety and health requirements to be completed with by all contractors in Trinidad and Tobago before the commencement of work. Status: Current | Published: 2007
This standard provides the basic requirements for conducting occupational safety and health risk assessments in workplaces such as in commercial establishments and in light to medium industrial and service sectors. The standard provides a systematic approach and guidelines for qualitative occupational safety and health risk assessments in the workplace. NOTE: The risk assessment is intended to determine the potential for harm to workers and other persons due to activities and conditions at the workplace, and to develop appropriate control measures to eliminate these safety and health risks or to reduce them to tolerable risk levels. Status: Current | Published: 2008
This standard specifies requirements for the content and presentation of advertisements that are published, aired or accessed on local media, regardless of the country or place of origin. It includes requirements for:
- the advertising of specific goods and services; and
- political advertising.
- food, drugs, cosmetics and devices; and
- pesticides and toxic chemicals.
TTS 76: Part 13:2016, Requirements for Labelling – Part 13: Labelling of Electrical Appliances (3rd Revision)
This National Standard specifies labelling requirements for all electrical appliances produced, imported or used in Trinidad and Tobago. It specifies labelling information to be placed on the appliances as well as information to be placed on the packaging for such appliances. This standard applies to appliances intended for use at either of the following nominal supply voltages:
- 115 volts, with a relative tolerance of ± 6 %; or
- 230 volts, with a relative tolerance of ± 6 %.
TTS 76:Part 15:2005, Requirements for Labelling – Part 15: Labelling of General Household and Automotive Cleaning Chemicals (1st Revision)
Specifies the information to be included on labels of household and automotive cleaning chemicals, which are offered wholesale or retail sale in Trinidad and Tobago. It also specifies the information to be included on individual packages, collective units of such packages and instruction leaflets accompanying the packages. The standard applies to laundry and other detergents, waxes, polishes, solvents, disinfectants, sanitizers and pads containing such cleaning chemicals. The standard does not apply to the labelling of cosmetics and cleaning chemicals primarily intended for use on human beings. Status: Current | Published: 2005 | Replaces: TTS 21 10 500: Part 15: 1988
This national standard specifies the chemical and physical requirements for detergents used for hand dishwashing. It also specifies requirements for labelling, packaging, sampling, and test methods. This national standard covers hand dishwashing detergent in any commonly available form. NOTE: Commonly available forms include liquid, gel, paste, bar, and powder. This national standard does not specify requirements for any detergents formulated for use in automatic dishwashers. Status: Current | Published: 2010 | Replaces: TTS 575:2000
The National Standard specifies requirements for aromatic disinfectant fluids containing quaternary ammonium compounds (QACs) as their principal anti-microbial agents. Requirements are specified for disinfectant efficacy, storage stability, packaging and labelling. This national standard is applicable to light duty QAC- based aromatic disinfectants primarily intended for general household purposes, marketed and distributed in Trinidad and Tobago. Status: Current | Published: 2010 | Replaces: TTS 572:2000
This national standard provides the specification for synthetic laundry detergent powder, herein referred to as detergent. It specifies the chemical and physical requirements identifying maximum minimum permissible limits of key parameters. It also covers essential ingredients, test methods requirements for packaging, labelling and sampling. This national standard is applicable to synthetic laundry detergent powder intended primarily washing household textile products using traditional washing machines, or by manual means. This national standard does not apply to liquid laundry detergent. It does not include methods for measuring the performance of synthetic laundry detergent powder. Status: Current | Published: 2010 | Replaces: TTS 466:2002