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CQC-C0901-2016
Serial No.. CQC-C0901.2016
China Compulsory Certification
Implementation Detailed-Rules
Information technology equipment
ISSUED ON. AUGUST 1, 2016
IMPLEMENTED ON. AUGUST 1, 2016
China Quality Certification Center
   
Table of Contents
1. Application scope ... 5 
2. Certification standards ... 5 
3. Certification mode ... 5 
4. Division of certification units ... 6 
5. Certification entrusting ... 6 
5.1. Proposal and acceptance of certification application ... 6 
5.2. Application materials ... 6 
5.3. Implementation arrangement ... 7 
6. Implementation of Certification ... 8 
6.1. Type test ... 8 
6.1.1. Type test plan... 8 
6.1.2. Sample requirements of type test ... 8 
6.1.3. Type test items ... 9 
6.1.4. Implementation of type test ... 9 
6.1.5. Type test report ... 10 
6.2. Certification evaluation and determination ... 10 
6.3. Certification time-limit ... 10 
7. Initial factory inspection ... 10 
7.1. Content of initial factory inspection ... 10 
7.2. Time-limit of initial factory inspection ... 11 
7.3. Conclusion of initial factory inspection ... 11 
7.4. Evaluation and approval of initial factory inspection ... 11 
8. Relevant requirements for after-certification supervision ... 11 
8.1. After-certification follow-up inspection ... 11 
8.1.1. Principles of after-certification follow-up inspection ... 11 
8.1.2. Content of after-certification follow-up inspection ... 12 
8.1.3. Time-limit of after-certification follow-up inspection ... 12 
8.1.4. Conclusion of after-certification follow-up inspection ... 12 
8.1.5. Evaluation and approval of after-certification follow-up inspection ... 12 
8.2. Production on-site sampling test or inspection ... 13 
8.2.1. Principles of production on-site sampling test or inspection ... 13 
8.2.2. Content of production on-site sampling test or inspection ... 13 
8.3. Principles of market sampling test or inspection ... 13 
8.3.1. Content of market sampling test or inspection ... 13 
8.4. Frequency and content of after-certification supervision ... 13 
8.5. Record of after-certification supervision ... 14 
8.6. Evaluation of after-certification supervision result ... 14 
9. Certificate ... 14 
9.1. Maintenance of the certificate ... 14 
9.2. Record change of products covered by the certificate ... 14 
9.2.1. Change request ... 14 
9.2.2. Evaluation and approval of change ... 14 
9.2.3. Principles of record change ... 14 
9.3. Extension of products covered by the certificate ... 15 
9.4. Cancellation, suspension, and withdrawal of the certificate ... 15 
9.5. Use of the certificate ... 15 
10. Certification mark ... 15 
11. Fee basis and requirements ... 15 
12. Certification responsibility ... 15 
13. Principles for the classification of manufacturing enterprises ... 15 
Attached Table 1 ... 18 
Attached Table 2 ... 23 
Attached Table 3 ... 26 
Attachment 4 ... 28 
1. Application scope
The implementation detailed-rules for information technology equipment (hereafter known
as “Implementation Detailed-Rules” for short) is drafted in accordance with the
requirements of “Implementation Rule on Compulsory Certification - Information
Technology Equipment” (CNCA-C09-01.2014) (hereafter known as “Implementation Rule”
for short), as supporting document for the implementation rule on certification, used in
conjunction with the Implementation Rule.
All the contents such as product scope and certification basis to which this Implementation
Detailed-Rules applies are consistent with the relevant provisions in the Implementation
Rule, and are adjusted according to the directory definition, directory adjustment, and other
notices issued by Certification and Accreditation Administration of the PRC (hereafter
known as the CNCA for short).
CQC, in accordance with the provisions of the implementation rule on certification and the
principles of maintaining product certification effectiveness, improving product quality,
serving certification enterprises, and controlling certification risks, develops and publishes
this certification implementation detailed-rules. It establishes the classified management
requirements of manufacturing enterprises, and combined with the classification of
manufacturing enterprises, clarifies the implementation requirements for product
certification of information technology equipment.
2. Certification standards
It shall be implemented in accordance with Article 2 of the Implementation Rule.
3. Certification mode
The optional certification modes for information technology equipment are.
Mode 1.
Category I or Category II equipment. type test + after-certification supervision
Equipment other than Category I or Category II. type test + after-certification follow-
up inspection
The above after-certification supervision refers to one of the three methods. after-
certification follow-up inspection, production on-site sampling test or inspection, and
market sampling test or inspection.
Mode 2.
Critical components and bill of materials shall be submitted in accordance with the
resolution of the technical expert group of the CNCA. For specific requirements, REFER
to Attached Table 1 and Attached Table 2.
The classification and record change of critical components and materials (hereafter known
as critical components for short) are described as follows.
Procedure for the change of Category A critical components. It shall be approved by the
national certification organization.
Procedure for the record change of Category B critical components. It must comply with
the following requirements.
(1) Category B safety critical components, listed in the compulsory product
certification directory or the voluntary certification directory specified by the CNCA
which can recognize the certification results for the compulsory certification of the
complete machine, shall obtain effective compulsory product certification
certificates, or voluntary certification certificates specified by the CNCA which can
recognize the certification results for the compulsory certification of the complete
machine. Other Category B safety critical components shall provide voluntary
certification certificates recognized by the certification organization, or test reports
issued by laboratories which are recognized by the CNAS and meet the
corresponding standards (SEE Attached Table 1). And the technical parameters,
shape, material, installation dimensions, installation methods and processes of
all the critical components shall be consistent with those of the original
components.
(2) If there is a technical responsible-person of compulsory product certification who
meets the requirements (SEE Attachment 4 for specific requirements), the
simplified process may be applied, and it may be approved by the technical
responsible-person; otherwise, it shall be approved by the certification
organization.
(3) The producer (manufacturer) and manufacturing enterprise have a good
reputation.
6.1.3. Type test items
Same as Article 6.1.3 of the Implementation Rule.
6.1.4. Implementation of type test
The type test time is generally 30 working days (When the critical components and
materials need to be randomly tested and the test time exceeds 30 working days, the
maximum time required is calculated). The time shall be calculated from the date of receipt
of samples and/or test fees. The time for the enterprise to rectify and/or retest due to
Mode 1. Enterprises, which apply for the first time or in an extended manner (including
extending product categories, manufacturing enterprises, etc.) for factory inspection,
shall submit the factory inspection questionnaire at the time of the first application. CQC
shall confirm the arrangement of factory inspection tasks, and after the evaluation of
type test conclusion is passed, issue the certification certificate. The first factory
inspection shall be implemented within three months after getting the certificate. If it is
not completed within three months, the corresponding valid CCC certificate shall be
suspended. In special circumstances, it can also be carried out when the enterprise
produces such certified products. The number of people and days required shall be
determined according to the certification products and manufacturing enterprise.
Generally, there are 1 to 4 people per day in each processing site.
Mode 2. Daily annual follow-up inspection shall, after the last factory inspection, be
carried out according to Article 8.4 of this Detailed-Rules. The number of people and
days required shall be determined according to the certification products and
manufacturing enterprise. Generally, there are 1 to 2 people per day in each processing
site.
Other requirements shall be in accordance with Article 7.1.1 of the Implementation Rule.
8.1.2. Content of after-certification follow-up inspection
The inspection content of Mode 1 of Article 8.1.1 in this Implementation Detailed-Rules
shall refer to Article 7.1 of this Implementation Detailed-Rules. The inspection content of
Mode 2 shall be in accordance with Article 8.4 of this Implementation Detailed-Rules.
Both modes shall check the use of the “CCC” certification mark and certification certificate.
8.1.3. Time-limit of after-certification follow-up inspection
Within 5 working days after the factory inspection, the inspection team shall submit a
factory inspection report to CQC (calculated from the date of completion of the on-site
inspection and receipt of a satisfactory report of corrective measures for non-conformities
submitted by the manufacturing enterprise).
8.1.4. Conclusion of after-certification follow-up inspection
Same as the requirement of Article 7.3 of this Implementation Detailed-Rules.
8.1.5. Evaluation and approval of after-certification follow-up inspection
CQC conducts a comprehensive evaluation of the factory inspection conclusion. If the
evaluation conclusion is qualified, the validity of the certificate shall be maintained. For
manufacturing enterprises which fail to accept the factory inspection as scheduled or for
which the factory inspection conclusions are unqualified, CQC will suspend the relevant
valid CCC certificates.
9.3. Extension of products covered by the certificate
Same as Article 8.3 of the Implementation Rule.
In principle, it shall take the samples of representative models which are initially subjected
to the full-item type test as the basis for extension evaluation.
9.4. Cancellation, suspension, and withdrawal of the certificate
Same as Article 8.4 of the Implementation Rule.
9.5. Use of the certificate
Same as Article 8.5 of the Implementation Rule.
10. Certification mark
Same as Article 9 of the Implementation Rule.
11. Fee basis and requirements
All fees are reasonably collected according to the relevant provisions of CQC.
12. Certification responsibility
Same as Article 11 of the Implementation Rule.
13. Principles for the classification of manufacturing
enterprises
CQC collects, sorts, and authenticates all kinds of quality information related to the
certification products and their manufacturing enterprises, and classifies the manufacturing
enterprises accordingly. The certification client, producer (manufacturer), and
manufacturing enterprise shall cooperate.
CQC classifies manufacturing enterprises into four categories, which are represented by
A, B, C, and D, respectively.
The quality information on which the classification of manufacturing enterprises is based
includes at least the following.
 Factory inspection results (including initial factory inspection and after-certification
follow-up inspection);
Attachment 4
I. The certification technical responsible-person, a regular employee appointed or
authorized by the producer (manufacturer) or the manufacturing enterprise, after being
appraised and approved by CQC, is responsible for the record change of critical
components and materials to which the simplified process applies;
II. The certification technical responsible-person shall have the power to perform its
functions independently, and have the ability to perform its functions. The legal
representative of the enterprise or the person in charge of the enterprise shall support
and guarantee the exercise of the authority of the certification technical responsible-
person.
III. The certification technical responsible-person shall not be concurrently responsible for
the certification technique of other producers (manufacturers) or manufacturing
enterprises (except for the same control by a group; except ODM, OEM).
IV. Ability requirements of the certification technical responsible-person.
1. UNDERSTAND the laws, regulations, and related policies of the national compulsory
product certification.
2. BE familiar with the certified products, and UNDERSTAND the safety,
electromagnetic compatibility indexes, and related requirements of the certified
products.
3. Fully and correctly understand the requirements for the conformity of certified
products in the Rule and related detailed-rules, and the implementation principles for
the record change of critical components and materials.
4. BE familiar with the relevant standards of certified products; BE familiar with the
critical components and materials of the products such as model, specifications,
producers (manufacturers), and other related requirements; ACQUIRE key technical
parameters which affect the safety and electromagnetic compatibility performance of
the certified products; BE capable of analyzing and accurately judging the the effect
of record change of critical components and materials on product consistency, safety,
and electromagnetic compatibility.
5. UNDERSTAND the certification, test, and standard requirements for critical
components and materials of the products.
V. Responsibilities of certification technical responsible-person.
1. BE responsible for the review and approval of the record change of critical
components and materials to which the simplified process applies.