Meeting Safety Standards in Singapore
The Singapore Consumer Protection (Safety Requirements) Registration Scheme or CPS Scheme is administered by Enterprise Singapore, the designated Safety Authority since 1991 by Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) under the Consumer Protection (Safety Requirements) Regulations.
The Consumer Protection (Safety Requirements) Regulations (CPSR) requires 33 categories of household products, also known as Controlled Goods, to be registered with Enterprise Singapore. These products need to be tested to specified safety standards, approved by designated third party conformity assessment Body (CAB) and affixed with the SAFETY Mark before they can be sold in Singapore.
The detailed information of these controlled goods are available in the Consumer Protection (Safety Requirements) Registration Scheme Information Booklet Edition issued by the Safety Authority and is obtainable from the website below:
As a designated Conformity Assessment Body (CAB), TÜV SÜD PSB Pte Ltd can support your entry into the Singapore market. We provide a comprehensive and competitive package of services for testing, technical evaluation, certification and registration of your product. To apply, you may submit your application online using our CoC Online for CPS Scheme application.
Submit applications and view information related to your Safety Mark applications and Certificates of Conformity (CoCs) for Controlled Goods under the Singapore Consumer Protection (Safety Requirements) Registration Scheme (“CPS Scheme”).
Form CAB 02 - Declaration on use of 3 pins main plug
Form CAB 03 - Declaration on using fixed wiring
Form CAB 04 - Declaration for computer monitor not directly connected to main power socket outlet
Form CAB 05 - Identity declaration
Form CAB 07 - Application for modification for controlled goods
Form CAB 08 - Application for renewal of certified controlled goods
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