This agreement consists of three components, each covering a discrete range of products: the EU-Australia agreement covers the following sectors Any proposal submitted at the end or end of the transition period to limit the scope of recognition of a notified compliance assessment body or to exclude it from the list of agencies designated in this sectoral annex is based on objective and documented criteria. Such an organization may request a re-examination as soon as the necessary corrective action has been taken. Where possible, the parties implement these measures before the end of the transitional period. This also explains why recognition regimes are essentially similar, but their practical implementation varies not only from country to country, but also from one sector to another within a single country (e.g. telecommunications, CEMs, electrical security, medical equipment, food, pressure containers, etc.). Directive 98/13/EC of the European Parliament and council of 12 February 1998 on terminal telecommunications equipment and satellite ground station equipment, including mutual recognition of their compliance and interpretation; Since the above legislation contains specific definitions of medicines and medicines, an indicative list of the products covered by the agreement is provided below: unless the parties have written agreement, the commitments made by a party that is not a party to this agreement (one third party) have no effect on the other party with respect to the adoption of the results of the compliance assessment procedures within the third party. Unless this agreement is expressly included by joint decision of the parties, no Class II product or Class III product applies under either. After receiving a full proposal, the EC agrees or opposes the Joint Committee within 60 days. The Joint Committee monitors and confirms the recognition of compliance assessment agencies by listing them in Section V of this sector annex. 3. This agreement does not affect the rights and obligations of the parties under another international agreement.
NOTE that such mutual recognition also requires confidence in the continued reliability of the other party`s compliance assessments; The Joint SectorAl Committee will seek unanimous agreement on appropriate measures. If a suspension agreement is reached in the joint sectoral committee, an authority may be suspended immediately thereafter. In the absence of agreement on the sectoral joint committee, the matter will be referred to the joint committee.