On the Official Journal of the European Union C209 of the 15 last June the new list of harmonized standards to the 2014 / 34 / UE 'ATEX' Directive.
From the next 1 April the new Harmonized Standard Consultant system will start, which, in the objectives of the European Commission, will contribute to improving the quality and availability - in terms of time - of the safety standards for products placed on the European Union market.
In the Official Journal of the European Union C90 and C92 of 9 March 2018 the new list of documents for the European evaluation and the new list of harmonized standards according to Regulation (EU) n.305 / 2011 'CPR'.
On the Official Journal of the European Union C90 and C92 of 9 March 2018 the list of harmonized standards for 2014 / 53 / UE 'RED directive'.
42 Decree 20 was published in the Official Gazette of the Italian Republic n.2018 of 17 February 2018 Update of the «Technical standards for buildings», footsteps that will come into force the next 22 March.
The application circular and the appendices to the 2018 Eurocodes are now awaited.
Confindustria and UNI have renewed for the year 2018 the agreement that allows ANIMA members to join the subscription service for the consultation of the complete collection of UNI standards.
The Official Journal of the European Union C049 of 9 February 2018 has been publishedupdated list of documents for the European evaluation pursuant to Regulation (EU) n.305 / 2011 'CPR'.
Five documents published for the first time:
360001-00-0803, Ventilation system made of rock wool covered with an external and internal film;
210024-00-0504, Cement-bound panel;
On the Official Journal of the European Union n.49 of 9 February 2018 the updated lists of harmonized standards have been published according to the following Directives:
- 2014 / 68 / UE 'PED' Directive
- 2014 / 29 / UE 'SPVD' Directive
The 28 January 2018 entered into force the implementing decree n. 560 of 1 December 2017 (of the Procurement Code), adopted by MIT to define the methods and times for the gradual introduction of the compulsory use of specific electronic methods and tools for the design, execution and management of construction works.
From 1 January 2019, in fact, the BIM will become mandatory for the works of amount based on tender equal or higher than 100 million, to become an integral part of any construction work starting from 1 January 2025.