Act No. 20 2014

Original Language Title: Undang-Undang Nomor 20 Tahun 2014

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Microsoft Word-LN216_5584_uu020 .doc-2014 STATE GAZETTE of REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 216, 2014. Standardization. Assessment Of The Suitability Of The Formulation. The enforcement. (Additional explanation in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5584) Law of the Republic of INDONESIA NUMBER 20 2014 ABOUT STANDARDIZATION and CONFORMITY ASSESSMENT with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the PRESIDENT of the Republic of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that the Government of the Republic of Indonesia was formed to protect the whole nation of Indonesia and all the spilled blood of Indonesia, promote the general welfare, the intellectual life of the nation, and carry out the order of the world; b. that, in order to protect the interests of the State, the safety, security and health of citizens and the protection of flora, fauna, and the preservation of environmental functions required standardization and conformity assessment; c. that the standardization and conformity assessment is one of the tools to improve the quality, production efficiency, and facilitate trade transactions, realizing healthy business competition and transparent; d. that the legislation that governs about standardization and conformity assessment there are not yet aligned as the legal basis for the 2014 www.peraturan.go.id, no. 216 2 activities standardization and conformity assessment; e. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a, letter b, letter c, letter d and need to establish laws on Standardisation and conformity assessment; Remember: article 5 paragraph (1), article 20, and article 33 of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945; Together with the approval of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA and the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA DECIDES: setting: the law on STANDARDISATION and CONFORMITY ASSESSMENT. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this law are: 1. The standardization is a process planning, formulate, establish, implement, enforce, maintain, and monitor the standards implemented in an orderly and work closely with all stakeholders. 2. The conformity assessment is an activity to assess that the goods, services, systems, processes, or Personal reference compliant. 3. the technical requirements are Standard or something, including standardized procedures and methods which are organized based on the consensus of all parties/government/international decisions associated with observing the safety, security, health, the environment, development of science and technology, experience, as well as the development of the present and the future to benefit the most. 4. Bsn hereinafter abbreviated BSN is a government body in charge of nonkementerian and responsible in the field of Standardisation and conformity assessment. 2014 www.peraturan.go.id, no. 2163 5. National Accreditation Committee hereinafter abbreviated as KAN is an nonstructural duty and responsibility in the field of conformity assessment Institutions Accreditation. 6. Conformity Assessment Institutions hereinafter abbreviated LPK is an institution that performs conformity assessment activities. 7. the next Indonesia national standard abbreviated SNI is a standard set by BSN and applicable in the territory of a unitary State of Republic Indonesia. 8. Accreditation is the formal recognition of the activities by KAN, who claimed that an agency, institution, or laboratory competencies as well as the conformity assessment is entitled. 9. Certification of conformity assessment activities is related to the granting of a guarantee in writing that the goods, services, systems, processes, or Personal meet Standards and/or regulations. 10. the SNI is a sign of certification established by the BSN to satisfy the requirement of SNI have been stated. 11. Conformity Sign is a sign of certification other than a sign of SNI assigned ministries and/or nonkementerian or specified government agencies based on the agreement of mutual recognition between subjects of international law. 12. Item is any object, whether tangible or intangible, whether moving or not moving, either can be spent or are unable to spent, and can be traded, worn, used, or used by the customer or the Businessmen. 13. Services are any services and shaped the work performance or results of the work accomplished, which is provided by one party to the other party in society for consumer or exploited by Businessmen. 14. The system is the device elements that are interrelated on a regular basis to execute an activity. 15. The process is a series of actions, deeds, or processing that transforms inputs into outputs. 16. Personal is an individual acting for ourselves with regard to prove competence. 17. Trade is any individual person or business entity, either in the form of a legal entity or not legal entities established and domiciled or conduct activities within the territory of the unitary State of Republic of Indonesia, either alone or jointly through the agreement, conducts business activities in different areas of the economy. www.peraturan.go.id


2014, no. 216 4 18. Stakeholders are those who have an interest towards Standardization and conformity assessment activities, consisting of the elements of the consumers, Businessmen, associations, experts, scholars, ministries, government agencies, nonkementerian and/or local governments. 19. The National Programme Formulation Standards hereinafter abbreviated PNPS was proposed draft STANDARD from the stakeholders who will be formulated in the planned, systematic, and integrated. 20. The Central Government that the Government is hereinafter referred to as the President of the Republic of Indonesia that holds the powers of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia as stipulated in the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945. 21. Local Government is the Governor, Governor or mayor, and other areas as the organizer of local governance. Article 2 the standardization and conformity assessment is carried out based on the principle of: a. the benefits; b. consensus and impartial; c. transparency and openness; d. effective and relevant; e. coherent; f. national development dimension; and g. competent and tertelusur. Article 3 the standardization and conformity assessment aims to: a. improve quality assurance, production efficiency, national competitiveness, competition is healthy and transparent efforts in trade, business, certainty and the ability to Trade, as well as the ability of technological innovation; b. improving the protection to consumers, Businessmen, labor, and other communities, as well as the State, both from the aspect of safety, security, health, and the preservation of environmental functions; and c. increase certainty, smoothness, and the efficiency of trade transactions of goods and/or services within the country and abroad. 2014 www.peraturan.go.id, no. 2139 article 4 the standardization and conformity assessment applicable to the goods, services, systems, processes, or Personal. Article 5 (1) of the national policy of Standardization and conformity assessment includes the aspects of legality, institutional rules, and guidelines. (2) the national policy of Standardisation and conformity assessment as referred to in paragraph (1) set the base implementation plan activities Standardization and conformity assessment so that Stakeholders participated. (3) the national policy of Standardisation and conformity assessment as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) compiled by the national development plan based on the BSN. (4) the national policy of Standardisation and conformity assessment as referred to in paragraph (3) is specified by the Minister that coordinate. Article 6 of the national policy of Standardisation and conformity assessment as referred to in article 5 is fundamental in the planning, formulation, implementation, enforcement, assignment, maintenance, and supervision of the SNI and the conformity assessment activities. Article 7 of the national policy of Standardisation and conformity assessment as referred to in article 5 be compulsory reference for Standardization and conformity assessment policy in every sector. CHAPTER II INSTITUTIONAL article 8 (1) the Government carry out its duties and responsibilities in the fields of Standardization and conformity assessment. (2) duties and responsibilities in the fields of Standardisation and conformity assessment as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out by BSN. (3) the BSN is based at the bottom and is responsible to the President through the Minister that coordinate. 2014 www.peraturan.go.id, no. 216 6 (4) further Provisions regarding the establishment of the Organization, duties, and functions of the BSN is governed by regulation of the President. Article 9 (1) the Government carry out its duties and responsibilities in the field of Accreditation LPK. (2) duties and responsibilities in the field of Accreditation LPK as mentioned on paragraph (1) was implemented by the RIGHT. (3) the RIGHT based on the bottom and is responsible to the President through the head of BSN. (4) further Provisions regarding the establishment of the Organization, duties, and functions RIGHT regulated by regulation of the President. CHAPTER III the STANDARDISATION Part One Planning article 10 (1) Planning the formulation of SNI compiled in a PNPS. (2) the PNPS referred to in paragraph (1) contains the program formulation with the title the SNI SNI will be formulated with the reasoning. (3) the PNPS referred in paragraph (1) are drawn up having regard to: a. the national policy of Standardization and conformity assessment; b. consumer protection; c. the market needs; d. the development of international standards; e. regional and international agreements; f. Science and technology capabilities; g. conditions of flora, fauna, and the environment; h. the ability and needs of the domestic industry; i. religious beliefs; and j. the culture and local wisdom. (4) drafting of the PNPS as referred to in paragraph (3) is conducted annually by the BSN together with stakeholders. 2014 www.peraturan.go.id, no. 2167 (5) in order to improve the quality of goods and/or services flagship areas, local governments can apply for plan formulation of SNI to BSN. (6) PNPS referred to in subsection (1) is designated by decision of the head of BSN. Article 11 further Provisions regarding regulated or planning based on government regulations. The second part of the formulation of article 12 (1) formulation of SNI based on PNPS as stipulated in article 10. (2) the formulation of the STANDARD referred to in subsection (1) is done by observing the time effective and efficient settlement. (3) in the event of exceptional circumstances or the occurrence of a natural disaster, or to national interests, the Ministry/Government nonkementerian can propose the formulation of SNI not included in PNPS in running. (4) the proposed formulation of the STANDARD referred to in paragraph (3) was delivered to the BSN with the accompanied supporting explanation. Article 13 (1) SNI formulated having regard to the availability of resources, the national interest, the results of research, innovation, and/or experience. (2) in case there are international standards, SNI is formulated in accordance with international standards through: a. the adoption of international standards taking into account the national interest to deal with global trade; or b. the modification of international standards adjusted to the difference in climate, environmental, geological, geographical, technological capabilities, and other specific conditions. (3) For the national interest, SNI may not be formulated in accordance with international standards. www.peraturan.go.id


2014, no. 216 8 articles 14 (1) formulation of the SNI conducted by BSN. (2) results in the formulation of the STANDARD referred to in subsection (1) in the form of the draft STANDARD. (3) in carrying out the formulation of the STANDARD referred to in subsection (1), BSN formed Technical Committee. (4) Technical Committee as referred to in paragraph (3) is composed of the elements: a. the Government and/or local governments; b. Trade and/or related associations; c. consumers and/or related associations; and d. experts and/or academics. (5) the establishment and scope as well as the composition of the membership of the Technical Committee established by the decision of the head of BSN. Article 15 (1) of the BSN polled on the draft STANDARD as referred to in article 14 paragraph (2) was formulated by the Technical Committee. (2) the public can provide input towards the draft STANDARD as referred to in paragraph (1). (3) the entries referred to in subsection (2) may be a material consideration for the Technical Committee. Article 16 further Provisions regarding the formulation of arranged with or based on government regulations. The third part of the draft article 17 Assignment of SNI as stipulated in article 14 paragraph (2) is set to become head of the Decision with the SNI BSN. Article 18 SNI as stipulated in article 17 published through information systems Standardization and conformity assessment. www.peraturan.go.id 2014 1977. Article 19 (1) any person is prohibited to tamper or make false SNI SNI. (2) any person is prohibited to reproduce, trade in, or spread the SNI without approval of the BSN. The fourth part of the application and the enforcement of Paragraph 1 General article 20 (1) in applying the SNI conducted by means of applying the terms of SNI against goods, services, systems, processes, or Personal. (2) the application of the STANDARD referred to in subsection (1) is carried out voluntarily or enforced compulsorily. (3) the application of the STANDARD referred to in subsection (2) demonstrated through possession of certificates and/or wrapping with the sign of SNI and/or a sign of conformity. Paragraph 2 application of SNI voluntarily clause 21 (1) SNI may be applied voluntarily by Businessmen, the Ministry of government institutions and/or nonkementerian, and/or local governments. (2) the perpetrator's efforts, the Ministry of government institutions and/or nonkementerian, and/or local governments who have been able to apply the SNI may submit a Certification to the LPK accredited by RIGHT. (3) which have been accredited by LPK KAN provide the certificate to the applicant a certificate. Section 22 (1) the offender's efforts have earned certificates shall be obliged to affix the mark of SNI and/or a sign of conformity in the goods and/or the packaging or label. (2) Trade as referred to in paragraph (1): www.peraturan.go.id 2014, no. 216 10 a. applying the SNI Signs and/or Marks of conformity in the goods and/or the packaging or the label outside of the conditions set out in the certificate; or b. affix number SNI with different number of SNI in the certificate. (3) the perpetrator of the attempt at applying the SNI voluntarily have the certificate and the validity period has expired, revoked, or suspended certificate are prohibited from applying the SNI Signs and/or Marks of conformity in the goods and/or the packaging or label. (4) Trade in violation of the provisions referred to in subsection (1), subsection (2) or paragraph (3) are administrative sanctions. (5) the provisions concerning the procedures for the imposition of administrative sanctions and type is set by or based on government regulations. Article 23 the provisions on application of the SNI voluntarily governed by or based on government regulations. Paragraph 3 the enactment of SNI in a mandatory section 24 (1) in matters relating to the interests of safety, security, health, or environmental function preservation, Ministry/Government nonkementerian agencies authorized to assign enforcement SNI compulsorily with a regulation of the Minister or head of Government Regulation Nonkementerian. (2) the perpetrator of the attempt, the Ministry/Government nonkementerian, and/or local government is obliged to carry out the Regulations the Minister or head of Government Regulation Nonkementerian on the enactment of the SNI compulsorily. Article 25 (1), the Trade Ministry/Government nonkementerian, and/or local government is required to have a certificate SNI imposed compulsorily referred to in Article 24 paragraph (1). (2) the perpetrator Attempts that do not have a certificate or a certificate referred to in subsection (1) but it expires, suspended or revoked, while banned: www.peraturan.go.id 2014, no. 21611 a. trade or distribute goods; b. providing services; and/or c. menjalankanProses or systems, which do not comply with the STANDARD or numbering LEVEL. (3) a Trade certificate as referred to in paragraph (1) are prohibited: a. trade or distribute goods; b. providing services; and/or c. menjalankanProses or systems, which do not comply with the STANDARD or numbering LEVEL. (4) the importing Trade Goods prohibited trade or distribute Goods which do not comply with the STANDARD or numbering LEVEL. Article 26 (1) any person who without the right prohibited to use and/or affix a sign of SNI and/or a sign of conformity. (2) any person is prohibited to tamper the sign of SNI and/or the mark of conformity or make the sign of the SNI and/or a sign of conformity. Part five article 27 Maintenance maintenance of the SNI conducted to: a. keep the suitability of SNI against national interests and needs of the market; b. follow the development of the science, innovation, and technology; c. assess feasibility and kekiniannya; and d. ensure availability of SNI. Article 28 (1) the maintenance of the STANDARD referred to in article 27 could be done through phased SNI. (2) a phased STANDARD referred to in subsection (1) done at least 1 (one) time within 5 (five) years after the set. www.peraturan.go.id


2014, no. 216 12 (3) further Provisions regarding the procedures for phased SNI is set by regulation the head of BSN. The sixth research and development Article 29 in order planning, formulation, implementation and enforcement, as well as maintenance of the SNI, BSN and/or Ministry/Government nonkementerian other jointly or singly can perform research and development activities of standardization. CHAPTER IV CONFORMITY ASSESSMENT conformity assessment Activities is considered Part of article 30 (1) fulfillment of terms of SNI is evidenced through the conformity assessment activities. (2) the activities of conformity assessment as referred to in subsection (1) is done through testing, inspection, and/or certification. Article 31 (1) the test referred to in article 30 paragraph (2) is an activity to establish one (1) or more of the characteristics of the materials or processes based on SNI. (2) in the case referred to in paragraph SNI (1) has not been established or to national interests, testing may use other standards. (3) the results of the test referred to in subsection (1) is expressed in the form of a report or certificate testing. Article 32 (1) the inspections referred to in article 30 paragraph (2) is the activity of examination of goods, services, processes, or installation or any design and determination for compliance against specific requirements based on SNI. (2) in the case referred to in paragraph SNI (1) has not been established or to national interests, the inspection can use regulation and/or other standards. 2014 www.peraturan.go.id, no. 21613 (3) the results of the inspection referred to in subsection (1) is expressed in the form of a report or a certificate of inspection. Article 33 (1) certification as stipulated in article 30 paragraph (2) may take the form of activities Certification Certification of goods, services, system certification, certification process, Personal Certification, and other Certification that is intended to certify compliance against SNI. (2) in the case referred to in paragraph SNI (1) has not been established or to national interests, certification can be done based on the regulation and/or other standards. (3) the results of the Certification referred to in subsection (1) is expressed in the form of a certificate of conformity. (4) the certificate of conformity referred to in subsection (3) may be based on auditing reports, test reports, and/or inspection reports. Article 34 the activity of testing, inspection, and certification is carried out in accordance with the requirements of competence which is recognized at international level. Article 35 further Provisions concerning conformity assessment activities are governed by or based on government regulations. The second part of conformity assessment Institutions Article 36 (1) the activities of conformity assessment as referred to in article 30 paragraph (2) was conducted by LPK accredited by RIGHT. (2) in case there is an agreement of mutual recognition between KAN and international accreditation, conformity assessment activity can be done by LPK abroad who have been accredited in the country based on the principle of reciprocity. (3) in the event of Indonesia became a member of international organizations, conformity assessment activity can be done by LPK recognized by these organizations. (4) the LPK running activities in Indonesia Indonesia's law-body is obliged in accordance with the laws and regulations in the territory of a unitary State of Republic Indonesia. 2014 www.peraturan.go.id, no. 216 14 Article 37 (1) which are not accredited by LPK KAN or akreditasinya frozen or revoked, while prohibited from issuing a certificate which bears RIGHT. (2) that has been accredited by LPK'S are prohibited from issuing a certificate which bears the certificate to the applicant'S goods, services, systems, processes, or Personal does not correspond to the SNI. (3) which have been accredited by LPK'S are prohibited from issuing a certificate which bears RIGHT outside the scope of Akreditasinya. (4) any person prohibited from falsifying certificates of accreditation the accreditation certificate or create a fake. Article 38 further Provisions regarding the LPK is governed by or based on government regulations. The third part conformity assessment Institutions Accreditation Article 39 (1) KAN establish Accreditation LPK in accordance with the competence and credibility. (2) the accreditation of LPK referred to in subsection (1) is granted for a specific period and evaluated periodically. (3) RIGHT ... (3) the RIGHT may freeze temporarily or revoke Accreditation if the LPK LPK assessed do not meet his responsibilities or have committed acts that could not be accounted for. (4) the RIGHT of accreditation carry out effectively and efficiently the longest one (1) year. Article 40 to ensure currency of the results of conformity assessment at the international level, right conduct mutual recognition through International Accreditation cooperation. Article 41 further Provisions regarding Accreditation LPK arranged with or based on government regulations. 2014 www.peraturan.go.id, no. 21615 part four Ketertelusuran the conformity assessment Results of article 42 (1) the measurement of activities in Standardization and conformity assessment must be tertelusur to the international system of units. (2) Ketertelusuran to the international system of units as referred to in subsection (1) is performed through the management of national standards of unit of measure, reference materials, and development of calibration. Article 43 (1) management of national standards of units of sizes as stipulated in article 42 paragraph (2) was performed by BSN. (2) in conducting the management of national standards of units of sizes referred to in subsection (1), BSN is working with the Ministry and/or other nonkementerian government agency based on its technical competence. Article 44 (1) the development of reference materials and calibration performed by the manufacturer of the reference materials and calibration laboratory accredited by the KAN or accrediting agencies in other countries that have had the agreement of mutual recognition. (2) the results of the development of the reference material as referred to in subsection (1) constitutes the reference characteristics are expressed in the form of certificates of reference materials. (3) the results of the calibration are stated in the form of a report or certificate of calibration. Article 45 further Provisions regarding the conformity assessment results ketertelusuran be governed by or based on government regulations. The fifth part of the Proof of conformity of article 46 (1) goods, services, systems, processes, or Personal that have met the SNI was given evidence of compliance in the form of a certificate. (2) the certificate referred to in subsection (1) becomes the basis of approval of the use of the sign of SNI and/or the mark of conformity. www.peraturan.go.id


2014, no. 216 16 (3) approval of the use of the sign of the SNI as mentioned on paragraph (2) provided by BSN to Businessmen. (4) approval of use of a mark of conformity as referred to in paragraph (2) provided by the Ministry/Government nonkementerian agencies authorized to Trade. (5) in the event of Indonesia are bound by international treaties, approval of the use of the sign of delegate BSN SNI as referred to in paragraph (2) to the Ministry/Government nonkementerian other authorities. Article 47 (1) the provisions of the Ordinance regarding the use of the sign of the SNI arranged with Rules the head of BSN. (2) the provisions concerning the procedures for the use of a mark of conformity is regulated by regulation of the Minister or head of Government Regulation Nonkementerian. The sixth part of the effectiveness of the application of the STANDARD of article 48 (1) in the framework of the effectiveness of the application of the SNI, BSN can do 0-test compliance against SNI coordinate with ministries/government agencies nonkementerian related. (2) results of test 0-compliance against STANDARD referred to in subsection (1) is delivered to the RIGHT, the Builder, agencies and ministries/government agencies nonkementerian the responsible market surveillance as input for follow-up as needed. Article 49 the provisions on the effectiveness of the application of the STANDARD is set by or based on government regulations. Chapter V CO-OPERATION article 50 to develop Standardisation and conformity assessment and accreditation of LPK, international cooperation can be conducted. 2014 www.peraturan.go.id, no. 21617 Article 51 (1) to meet international obligations in the field of Standardisation and conformity assessment, BSN should work closely with the Ministry of government institutions and/or other nonkementerian. (2) further Provisions regarding the fulfillment of international obligations as referred to in subsection (1) is governed by or based on government regulations. CHAPTER VI ROLE of the COMMUNITY and of article 52 (1) of the community participate in Standardization and conformity assessment activities. (2) the role of the community in the activities of the standardization and conformity assessment as referred to in paragraph (1) may include: a. proposed and give input in the process of formulation of the SNI; b. search for and obtain information for applying the SNI; c. establishing standard culture; and/or d. reported the occurrence: 1. abuse and/or falsification of SNI, a certificate, a certificate of service, Merchandise certificates, certificate System process, or Personal certificate; 2. the use of the Sign without the right STANDARD and/or Markings of conformity; and/or 3. wrapping with the sign of the SNI and/or conformity Marks does not correspond to a certificate in the goods and/or the packaging or labels that are circulating on the market, to the Ministry/Government nonkementerian agencies, local governments, law enforcement agencies, and/or related institutions. CHAPTER VII CONSTRUCTION of Article 53 (1) of the BSN is working with ministries, government agencies, other nonkementerian and/or local governments to conduct coaching against Businessmen and the community in the implementation of SNI. 2014 www.peraturan.go.id, no. 216 18 (2) against the perpetrator of the micro and small, given the construction of at least the form of financing facility Certification and maintenance of certification. (3) the granting of financing facility Certification and maintenance of Certification referred to in subsection (2) comes from the budget of the State Expenditures and Revenues. Article 54 of the BSN, ministries, government agencies, other nonkementerian and/or local governments can do the coaching and development of LPK with regard for the needs of the market and society. Article 55 of the construction as stipulated in article 53 and article 54 is done with consulting, education, training, or correctional Standardization and conformity assessment as well as the penumbuhkembangan culture standard. Article 56 of the BSN, ministries, government agencies, educational institutions, other nonkementerian, regional and international standardization organizations, and/or local Government can organise improvement of the competence of human resources in the fields of Standardization and conformity assessment. Article 57 further Provisions regarding the coaching set up with or based on government regulations. CHAPTER VIII SUPERVISION Article 58 (1) the supervision against goods, services, systems, processes, or Personal SNI imposed compulsorily as stipulated in article 24 was conducted in accordance with the provisions of the laws-invitation. (2) governmental ministries, nonkementerian, and/or local governments coordinate to conduct surveillance against goods, services, systems, processes, or Personal certificate and/or using the sign of SNI and/or the mark of conformity. 2014 www.peraturan.go.id, no. 2161 9 Trisha CHAPTER IX INFORMATION SYSTEMS STANDARDIZATION and CONFORMITY ASSESSMENT Article 59 (1) standardization of information systems manage BSN and conformity assessment. (2) the BSN in managing information systems Standardization and conformity assessment as referred to in paragraph (1) may request the data and/or information in the field of Standardization and conformity assessment to stakeholders. (3) the stakeholders conveying data and/or information as referred to in paragraph (2) through the information system Standardization and conformity assessment. (4) the BSN provides access information systems Standardization and conformity assessment as referred to in paragraph (1) to the community. (5) information system Standardization and conformity assessment as referred to in paragraph (1) with integrated information system of the Ministry of nonkementerian, government agencies, and local governments. Article 60 (1) information systems through standardization of BSN and the conformity assessment STANDARD publish information that has been set. (2) provisions on the publication of information through a system of standardization of information STANDARD and conformity assessment as referred to in paragraph (1) are governed by regulation the head of BSN. Article 61 information and Data Standardization and conformity assessment are published through information systems Standardization and conformity assessment are open and transparent in accordance with legislation, unless specified otherwise by the head of BSN. CHAPTER X CRIMINAL PROVISIONS Article 62 any person who falsify or make false SNI STANDARD referred to in article 19 paragraph (1) are convicted with imprisonment of not longer than 7 (seven) years or a maximum fine of Rp criminal 50.000.000.000 RP (fifty billion rupiah). www.peraturan.go.id


2014, no. 216 63 Article 8 any person who intentionally reproduce, trade in, or spread the SNI without approval of the BSN as stipulated in article 19 paragraph (2) are convicted with imprisonment of not longer than 4 (four) months or a maximum fine of Rp criminal 4.000.000.000 RP (four billion dollars). Article 64 every person who intentionally: a. applying the SNI Signs and/or Marks of conformity in the goods and/or the packaging or the label outside of the conditions set out in the certificate; or b. affix number SNI with different number of SNI in the certificate, as referred to in article 10 paragraph (2) are convicted with imprisonment of not longer than 4 (four) months or a maximum fine of Rp criminal 4.000.000.000 RP (four billion dollars). Article 65 every person who does not have a certificate or has a certificate but it expires, temporarily suspended, or repealed that intentionally: a. trade or distribute goods; b. providing services; and/or c. running processes or systems, which do not comply with the STANDARD or numbering LEVEL as stipulated in article 25 paragraph (2), are convicted with imprisonment not more than 5 (five) years or a maximum fine of Rp criminal 35.000.000.000 RP (thirty-five billion rupiah). Article 66 every person who has a certificate that intentionally: a. trade or distribute goods; b. providing services; and/or c. running processes or systems, which do not comply with the STANDARD or numbering LEVEL as stipulated in article 25 paragraph (3) are convicted with imprisonment not more than 5 (five) years or a maximum fine of Rp criminal 35.000.000.000 RP (thirty-five billion rupiah). 2014 www.peraturan.go.id, no. 21621 Article 67 any person importing goods with deliberately trade or distribute Goods which do not comply with the STANDARD or numbering LEVEL as stipulated in article 25 paragraph (4) are convicted with imprisonment not more than 5 (five) years or a maximum fine of Rp criminal 35.000.000.000 RP (thirty-five billion rupiah). Article 68 any person without rights to use and/or affix a sign of SNI and/or Mark of conformity referred to in Section 26 subsection (1) are convicted with imprisonment not more than 5 (five) years or a maximum fine of Rp criminal 35.000.000.000 RP (thirty-five billion rupiah). Article 69 any person who faked a sign of SNI and/or the mark of conformity or make the sign of the SNI and/or false Compliance Sign as stipulated in article 26 paragraph (2) are convicted with imprisonment of not longer than 7 (seven) years or a maximum fine of Rp criminal 50.000.000.000 RP (fifty billion rupiah). Article 70 any person who intentionally: a. issuing a certificate which bears RIGHT as stipulated in article 37 paragraph (1); b. publish the certificate to the applicant a certificate of goods, service, system, process, or not in accordance with the Personal LEVEL as stipulated in article 37 paragraph (2); or c. publish certificates outside of the scope of Accreditation as stipulated in article 37 paragraph (3); are convicted with imprisonment not more than 5 (five) years or a maximum fine of Rp criminal 35.000.000.000 RP (thirty-five billion rupiah). Article 71 any person falsifying certificates of accreditation the accreditation certificate or create a fake as stipulated in article 37 paragraph (4) are convicted with imprisonment of not longer than 7 (seven) years or a maximum fine of Rp criminal 50.000.000.000 RP (fifty billion rupiah). Article 72 in addition to the criminal subject matter as referred to in article 62 to Article 71, the perpetrator of a criminal offence may be subject to additional criminal www.peraturan.go.id be: 2014, no. 216 22 a. obligations make withdrawals of goods that have been circulated; b. the obligation to announce that outstanding Items are not in accordance with the provisions of this Act; and/or c. seizure or forfeiture of goods and can be destroyed. Article 73 (1) in the event of a criminal offence as referred to in article 62 to 71 Article done by corporations, the demands and the overthrow of imprisonment and criminal fines levied against owners and/or its administrator. (2) Criminal fines imposed against the Corporation, enacted with provisions of pemberatan 3 (three) times from criminal fines as stipulated in article 62 to Article 71. (3) the corporation referred to in subsection (1) is given in the form of additional criminal: a. the revocation effort; and/or b. revocation status of a legal entity. CHAPTER XI CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 74 by the time this law comes into force, all laws and regulations governing the standardization and conformity assessment revealed still remains valid along does not conflict with the provisions of this Act. Article 75 of the regulation implementing the law was enacted the longest 2 (two) years since this legislation enacted. Article 76 of this Act comes into force on the date of promulgation. 2014 www.peraturan.go.id, no. 21623 so that everyone knows it, ordered the enactment of this legislation with its placement in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia. Ratified in Jakarta on 17 September 2014 PRESIDENT REPUBLIC of INDONESIA Dr. h. SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO Enacted in Jakarta on September 17, 2001 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN www.peraturan.go.id