Federal Law 52-FZ

Федеральный закон 52-ФЗ

Public Sanitary and Epidemiological Well-Being

О санитарно-эпидемиологическом благополучии населения

Status: Effective. Federal law enters into force from the day of its official publication

Federal law regulates relations in the field of protection and use of the animal world and its environment in order to ensure biological diversity, sustainable use of all its components, create conditions for the sustainable existence of the animal world, preservation of the genetic fund of wild animals and other protection of the animal world as an integral element of the natural environment

Федеральный закон регулирует отношения в области охраны и использования животного мира и среды его обитания в целях обеспечения биологического разнообразия, устойчивого использования всех его компонентов, создания условий для устойчивого существования животного мира, сохранения генетического фонда диких животных и иной защиты животного мира как неотъемлемого элемента природной среды

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Format: Electronic (pdf/doc)
Page Count: 33

Approved: President of Russian Federation, 4/24/1995

SKU: RUSS370654


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Construction (Max) » Regulatory documents » Examination, state supervision »

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Technical Supervision » Section II. State regulation of safety in use of atomic energy » I. Legislative and regulatory legal acts infield of atomic energy use » 2. Federal laws of Russian Federation »

PromExpert » SECTION V. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION. NATURE USE » I Environmental-legal and economic-legal mechanisms for environmental protection » 1 Management infield of environmental protection and environmental management » 1.5 Environmental monitoring and control »

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PromExpert » SECTION I. TECHNICAL REGULATION » I Basics of technical regulation » 1 The main provisions of technical regulation »

ISO classifier » 03 SOCIOLOGY. SERVICES ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT OF COMPANIES. ADMINISTRATION. TRANSPORT » 03.160 Legislation. Administration »

ISO classifier » 13 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, HUMAN PROTECTION AGAINST ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT. SECURITY » 13.020 Environmental protection » 13.020.01 Environment and environmental protection in general »

ISO classifier » 13 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, HUMAN PROTECTION AGAINST ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT. SECURITY » 13.030 Waste » 13.030.01 Waste in general »

ISO classifier » 13 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, HUMAN PROTECTION AGAINST ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT. SECURITY » 13.040 Air quality » 13.040.01 Air quality in general »

ISO classifier » 13 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, HUMAN PROTECTION AGAINST ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT. SECURITY » 13.060 Water quality » 13.060.01 General water quality »

ISO classifier » 13 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, HUMAN PROTECTION AGAINST ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT. SECURITY » 13.080 The quality of soil. Soil science » 13.080.01 Soil quality and soil science in general »

ISO classifier » 13 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, HUMAN PROTECTION AGAINST ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT. SECURITY » 13.100 Safety of professional activity. Industrial hygiene »

ISO classifier » 65 AGRICULTURE » 65.145 Hunting »


The Document References:

Code 195-FZ: Code of the Russian Federation on administrative offenses

Federal Law 166-FZ: On fishing and conservation of aquatic biological resources

Federal Law 294-FZ: On the protection of the rights of legal entities and individual entrepreneurs in the implementation of state control (supervision) and municipal control

Federal Law 33-FZ: About Specially Protected Natural Areas

Federal Law 7-FZ: Environmental Protection

The Document is Referenced By:

GN 1.2.2633-10: Hygienic standards of content of nanomaterials with high priority in environment

GN 1.2.2701-10: Hygienic standards of pesticide content in environmental objects (list)

GN 1.2.3111-13: Facility Security Systems. Graphic Symbols for System Components

GN 1.2.3539-18: Hygienic standards for pesticide content in environmental objects (the list)

GN 2.1.5.1315-03: Maximum allowable concentrations (MACs) of chemicals in the water of water objects used for drinking and domestic recreation purposes

GN 2.1.5.1373-03: Hygienic standards for maximum permissible concentrations (MPC) of chemical substances in the water of water bodies of household, drinking, cultural and domestic water use in the zones of protective measures for storage and destruction of chemical weapons

GN 2.1.5.2122-06: Maximum Permissible Concentration (MPC) of 2-chlorvinyl dichloroarsine (lewisite) in the water of water bodies used for drinking and household water use in areas where chemical weapons are stored and destroyed

GN 2.1.5.2307-07: Tentative allowable levels (TALs) of chemical substances in water objects of domestic, culinary and cultural, welfare water usage

GN 2.1.5.2561-09: Maximum Permissible Concentrations (MPC) of 2, 2'-dichlorodiethyl sulfide (mustard gas) and mustard-lewisite mixture in water of water bodies of drinking water, cultural and domestic water use of areas for storage and destruction of chemical weapons

GN 2.1.5.2738-10: Maximum Permissible Concentration (MPC) of O-isopropylmethylphosphonate (sarin) in the water of water bodies for drinking and household water use

GN 2.1.5.2947-11: Maximum permissible concentration (MPC) O (1,2,2 trimethylpropyl) of methilfluorophosphonate (soman) in water of water objects of drinking and cultural-domestic water use

GN 2.1.5.3225-14: Estimated permissible level (TAC) of methylphosphonic acid in the water of drinking water and cultural and community water use

GN 2.1.5.3308-15: The maximum permissible concentration (MPC) of O-isobutyl-beta-n-diethylaminoethyl ether of methylphosphonic acid (substances of the Vx type) in water of water bodies of economic, potable and cultural-household water use of the areas for the facilities fo

GN 2.1.5.3392-16: The maximum permissible concentration (MPC) of tetramethyltetrazene in water of water bodies for domestic and potable and cultural and domestic water use

GN 2.1.5.3396-16: The maximum permissible concentration (MPC) of ammonium perchlorate in the water of water bodies of domestic and potable and cultural and domestic water use

GN 2.1.6.1181-02: Emergency impact levels (EIL) of chemical agents for atmospheric air in the residential areas

GN 2.1.6.1338-03: Maximum allowable concentrations (MACs) of pollutants in the air of residential areas

GN 2.1.6.1339-03: Tentative safe exposure levels (TSELs) of pollutants in the air of residential areas

GN 2.1.6.1372-03: Hygienic norms of predicted no-effect impact level (PNIL)of contaminants in the atmospheric air of residential areas and in the protection activity zones of the chemical weapons storage and destruction facilities

GN 2.1.6.1763-03: MPC of microorganisms-producers, bacterial preparations and their components in atmospheric air of populated areas. Control methods

GN 2.1.6.1845-04: Emergency impact levels of 1,1-dimethyl-hydrazine in the air of residential areas

GN 2.1.6.2157-07: Maximum Permissible Concentration (MPC) of O- (1, 2, 2-trimethylpropyl) methyl fluorophosphonate (soman) in the atmospheric air of populated areas

GN 2.1.6.2177-07: Maximum Permissible Concentrations (MACs) of Microorganisms-Producers, Bacterial Preparations, and Their Components in the Ambient Air of Populated Areas

GN 2.1.6.2309-07: Tentative safe exposure levels (TSELs) of pollutants in the air of residential areas

GN 2.1.6.2556-09: Estimated Safe Exposure Level (ASLI) of 2-chlorovinylarsine oxide (lewisite oxide) in the atmospheric air of populated areas

GN 2.1.6.2563-09: Estimated Safe Exposure Levels (SEC) of poison-emitting toxic agents in ambient air in populated areas

GN 2.1.6.2658-10: Emergency exposure limits of toxic substances in atmospheric air of populated areas

GN 2.1.6.2736-10: Estimated Safe Exposure Level (SEC) of O-isopropylmethyl fluorophosphate (sarin) in ambient air of populated areas

GN 2.1.6.3201-14: Estimated Safe Exposure Level (ESLR) of Methylphosphonic Acid Isobutyl Ester in the Atmospheric Air in Populated Areas

GN 2.1.6.3306-15: Approximate safe exposure level (SEL) of O-isobutyl-beta-n-diethylaminoethylthiothiolate ether of methylphosphonic acid (substances of the Vx type) in the atmospheric air of populated areas and protective zones of facilities for storage and destruction of

GN 2.1.6.3400-16: The maximum permissible concentration (MPC) of ammonium perchlorate in the atmospheric air of populated areas

GN 2.1.6.3403-16: The maximum permissible concentration (MPC) of 1,1-dimethylhydrazine in the atmospheric air of populated areas

GN 2.1.6.3492-17: Maximum permissible concentrations (MPC) of pollutants in the atmospheric air of urban and rural settlements

GN 2.1.6.3537-18: Maximum permissible concentration (MPC) of microorganisms-producers, bacterial preparations and their components in the atmospheric air of urban and rural settlements

GN 2.1.7.2033-05: Maximum permissible concentration (MPC) of O-(1,2,2-trimethyl propyl) methylfluorophosphonate (soman) in the soil areas of sanitary protection zones and protective zones of chemical weapons storage and destruction objects

GN 2.1.7.2035-05: Maximum permissible concentration (MPC) of O-isobutyl-beta-diethylaminoethanethiol ether of methylphosphonic acid at soil of storage and destruction of chemical weapons areas

GN 2.1.7.2041-06: Maximum permissible concentration (MPC) of chemical substances in soil

GN 2.1.7.2042-06: Tentative allowable concentrations of chemical substances in soil

GN 2.1.7.2121-06: Maximum Permissible Concentration (MPC) of 2-chlorvinyl dichloroarsine (lewisite) in the soil of the areas where chemical weapons are stored and destroyed

GN 2.1.7.2511-09: Tentative allowable concentrations of chemical substances in soil

GN 2.1.7.2559-09: Maximum Permissible Concentrations (MPC) of 2, 2-dichlorodiethyl sulfide (mustard gas) and 2-chlorovinyl dichloroarsine (lewisite) in the soil of the territories of industrial sites of objects for destruction of skin-blister agents

GN 2.1.7.2560-09: Maximum Permissible Concentrations (MPC) of 2, 2'-dichlorodiethyl sulfide (mustard gas) and mustard-lewisite mixture in the soil of the areas where chemical weapons are stored and destroyed

GN 2.1.7.2597-10: Maximum Permissible Concentration (MPC) of ammonium perchlorate in the soil

GN 2.1.7.2607-10: Maximum Permissible Pollution Levels (MPL) of 2, 2'-Dichloro Diethyl Sulfide (Mustard) and 2-Chlorovinyl Dichlorosin (Leuisite) of Metal Waste of Objects for the Destruction of Toxic-Bladder Substances

GN 2.1.7.2727-10: Maximum Permissible Levels (PDU) of O- (1, 2, 2-trimethylpropyl) contamination by methyl fluorophosphanate (soman) and O-isopropyl methyl fluorophosphonate (sarin) metal waste (scrap of chemical munitions, metal containers, process equipment) that came in

GN 2.1.7.2751-10: Maximum permissible concentrations (MPC) of soman and sarin in soil of chemical weapons storage and destruction regions

GN 2.1.7.2946-11: Maximum Permissible Concentrations (MAC) of o- (1,2,2 trimethylpropyl) methyl fluorophosphonate (soman) and o-isopropylmethyl fluorophosphate (sarin) in building materials of chemical weapons destruction facilities

GN 2.1.7.3199-14: Maximum permissible concentrations (MPC) of O- (1, 2, 2-trimethylpropyl) methyl fluorophosphonate (soman) and O-isopropylmethyl fluorophosphate (sarin) in the waste after the furnaces (ashes) of chemical weapons destruction facilities

GN 2.1.7.3200-14: The maximum permissible concentration (MPC) of arsenic in the waste after incineration furnaces (ashes) of the objects for the destruction of poisoning agents

GN 2.1.7.3227-14: Maximum permissible concentration (MPC) of methylphosphonic acid in building waste, including waste after thermal neutralization

GN 2.1.7.3228-14: Maximum Permissible Level (PDU) of O-isobutyl-beta-N-Diethylaminoethylthiol Methylphosphonic Acid Pollution (VX Type Substance) of Metal Waste Surface Thermally Cleared

GN 2.1.7.3297-15: Maximum Permissible Concentration (MPC) of Beryllium Oxide in the Soil of Populated Areas and Agricultural Lands

GN 2.1.7.3298-15: Estimated permissible concentrations (ODC) of polychlorinated dibenzo-n-dioxins and dibenzofurans (in terms of 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-para-dioxin and its analogues) in the soil of populated areas, agricultural land and industrial site

GN 2.1.7.3305-15: The maximum permissible concentration (MPC) of O-isobutyl-beta-n-diethylaminoethyl ether of methylphosphonic acid (substances of the Vx type) in the soil of the areas where chemical weapons storage and destruction facilities are located

GN 2.1.8/2.2.4.2262-07: Maximum allowable levels of magnetic fields with a frequency of 50 Hz in the premises of residential, public buildings and residential areas

GN 2.2.5.1313-03: Maximum allowable concentrations (MACs) of harmful substances in occupational air

GN 2.2.5.1371-03: Hygienic norms of maximum allowable concentrations (MAC) of occupational air in the chemical weapons storage and destruction facilities

GN 2.2.5.1374-03: Hygienic standards for maximum permissible levels (MPL) of technological equipment contamination by harmful substances at the facilities for the storage and destruction of chemical weapons

GN 2.2.5.2034-05: Maximum permissible level (MPL) of skin contamination for personnel by O-(1,2,2 - trimethyl propyl) mehtylfluorophosphonate (soman) at chemical weapon storage and destruction objects

GN 2.2.5.2037-05: Emergency exposure limits (EEL) 2- chlorvynildichloroarsine (lewisite) in the air of working area of facilities for storage and elimination of chemical weapons

GN 2.2.5.2119-06: Maximum Permissible Level (MPC) of Technological Equipment 2-Chlorovinyl Dichlorosine (Leuisite) Pollution at Chemical Weapons Storage and Destruction Facilities

GN 2.2.5.2120-06: Maximum Permissible Level (MPC) of Skin Pollution with 2-Chlorovinyl Dichlorosin (Lewisite) Workers at Chemical Weapons Storage and Destruction Facilities

GN 2.2.5.2220-07: Emergency exposure limits (EEL) of 0-isobutyl-beta-N-diethylaminoethylthiol ester of methyl-phosphonic acid in the air of working area of facilities for storage and elimination of chemical weapons

GN 2.2.5.2240-07: Estimated Safe Exposure Levels (ESDS) of Harmful Substances in the Air of the Work Area

GN 2.2.5.2308-07: Chemical factors of production environment. Tentative safe exposure levels (TSEL) for harmful substances in the air of the working zone

GN 2.2.5.2388-08: Emergency exposure limits (APV) of O-1, 2, 2-three-methylpropylether of methylfluorinephosphonic acid (soman) in the air of working areas of chemical weapons storing and destruction facilities

GN 2.2.5.2389-08: Emergency exposure limits (EEL) of isopropyl-methylfluoro-phosphate acid (sarin) in the air of working area of facilities for storage and elimination of chemical weapons

GN 2.2.5.2557-09: Maximum allowable levels (MAL) of arsenic contamination of surfaces of process equipment and building structures of production facilities

GN 2.2.5.2558-09: Maximum Permissible Levels (MPL) of pollution by 2, 2'-dichloro diethyl sulfide (mustard gas) of workers' and technological equipment for the storage and destruction of chemical weapons

GN 2.2.5.2562-09: Maximum Permissible Concentration (MPC) of 2-Chlorovinylansine Oxide (Leuisite Oxide) in the Air of the Working Area

GN 2.2.5.2610-10: Maximum permissible concentrations (MPC) of toxic substances blister agent in air of working zone

GN 2.2.5.2728-10: Maximum Permissible Concentration (MPC) of O- (1, 2, 2-trimethylpropyl) methylfluorophosphate (soman) in the air of the working area of facilities for storage and destruction of chemical weapons

GN 2.2.5.2827-11: Maximum permissible levels (MPL) of skin pollution by soman and sarin for personnel working at chemical weapons storage and destruction facilities

GN 2.2.5.2829-11: Maximum permissible concentration (MPC) of O-isopropyl-methylfluoro-phosphate (sarin) in working area of chemical weapons storage and destruction facilities

GN 2.2.5.2893-11: Maximum Permissible Levels (MRL) of Pollution of the Skin by Harmful Substances

GN 2.2.5.2945-11: Maximum Permissible Levels (PDU) of Pollution of the Surface of Process Equipment O- (1, 2, 2-Trimethylpropyl) Methyl Fluorophosphonate (Soman) and O-Isopropyl Methyl Fluorophosphonate (Zarin)

GN 2.2.5.3224-14: Maximum Permissible Concentration (MPC) of O-isobutyl-beta-N-diethylaminoethylthiol methylphosphonic acid ester (VX type substance) in the working area air (including building materials disintegration aerosol) when decommissioning chemical weapons destruc

GN 2.2.5.3226-14: The maximum permissible level (PDU) of methylphosphonic acid O-isobutyl-beta-N-diethylaminoethylthiol ester (VX type substance) absorbing and non-absorbing surfaces of process equipment to be transported / transported outside the chemical weapons destruct

GN 2.2.5.3229-14: The Maximum Permissible Level (PDU) of the surface contamination of the technological equipment of O-isobutyl-beta-N-diethylaminoethylthiol methylphosphonic acid ester (VX type substance)

GN 2.2.5.3296-15: Maximum Permissible Levels (PDU) of Pollution with Poisonous Substances of Neutralized Ammunition Shells and Decommissioned Technological Equipment and Materials for Metal Processing Enterprises

GN 2.2.5.3299-15: Maximum Permissible Level (MRL) of Beryllium Oxide Pollution of Technological Equipment

GN 2.2.5.3300-15: Maximum Permissible Level (REM) of nitroglycerin contamination of personal protective equipment

GN 2.2.5.3301-15: The Maximum Permissible Level (REM) of nitroglycerin contamination of technological equipment surfaces

GN 2.2.5.3302-15: Maximum Permissible Level (REM) of nitroglycerin contamination of non-absorbent surfaces of building structures

GN 2.2.5.3307-15: The maximum permissible level of pollution (MPL) with O-isobutyl-beta-n-diethylaminoethylthiothiolate methylphosphonic acid ether (substance of type Vx) for the skin of the personnel at the chemical weapons storage and destruction facilities

GN 2.2.5.3391-16: The maximum permissible concentration (MPC) of 1,3,5,7-tetranitro-1,3,5,7-tetracyclooctane (octogen) in the air of the working area

GN 2.2.5.3393-16: The maximum permissible concentration (MPC) of 1,1-dimethylhydrazine in the air of the working area

GN 2.2.5.3397-16: The maximum permissible concentration (MPC) of tetramethyltetrazene (TMT) in the air of the working area

GN 2.2.5.3399-16: The maximum permissible concentration (MPC) of ammonium perchlorate in the air of the working area

GN 2.2.5.3532-18: Maximum permissible concentration (MPC) of harmful substances in the air of the working area

GN 2.2.6.2178-07: Maximum allowable concentrations (MACs) of microorganism-producers, bacterial products and their components in the occupational air

GN 2.2.6.3538-18: Maximum allowable concentrations (MPC) of producer microorganisms, bacterial preparations and their components in work area air

GN 2.6.1.041-2001: Sanitary protection zones and zones of observation of radiation objects. Operating conditions and boundaries

GN 2.6.1.2159-07: Content of technogenic radionuclides in metals

GOST 32935-2014: Steel bellows expansion joints for heat networks. General specifications

GOST R 12.0.010-2009: Occupational safety standards system. Occupational safety and health management systems. Hazard and risks identification and estimation of risks

GOST R 14.01-2005: Ecological management. General rules and objectives of regulation

GOST R 22.11.03-2014: Safety in emergencies. Life safety of population in radioactive nuclide contaminated areas. Requirements for infrastructure. Basic principles

GOST R 51260-2017: Rehabilitation aids trainers. General technical requirements

GOST R 51626-2000: Chemical (synthetic) fibres. Safety requirements

GOST R 51632-2000: Technical aids for disabled persons. General technical requirements and test methods

GOST R 51632-2014: Technical aids for disabled persons. General technical requirements and test methods

GOST R 51813-2001: Service of passenger marine transport. Service in sea ports. General requirements

GOST R 51870-2014: Professional cleaning services-cleaning services. General specifications

GOST R 52037-2003: Shallow ground (near surface) repository for radioactive waste disposal. General requirements

GOST R 52108-2003: Resources saving. Waste treatment. Basic principles

GOST R 54389-2011: Stable gas condensate. Specifications

GOST R 54418.1-2012: Renewable power engineering. Wind power engineering. Wind turbines. Part 1. Technical requirements

GOST R 54433-2011: Renovable power engineering. Wind power plants. Maintenance safety requirements

GOST R 54435-2011: Wind power plant constructions. Base safety requirements

GOST R 54534-2011: Resources saving. Sewage sludge. Requirements for recultivation of disturbed lands

GOST R 54535-2011: Resources saving. Sewage sludge. Requirements for waste dispose and use at landfills

GOST R 54594-2011: Offshore platforms. Rules of Inhabitation. General requirements

GOST R 54612-2011: Passenger cars on locomotive traction and railcars. Washing and cleaning requirements

GOST R 54906-2012: Complex security systems. Environmental security and ecological safety guaranteed design. General technical requirements

GOST R 55058-2012: Civil defence. Technical means of radiation control. Terms and definitions

GOST R 55183-2012: Passenger cars on locomotive traction. Fire safety requirements

GOST R 55321-2012: Services to the population. SPA-services. General requirements

GOST R 55570-2013: Organic fertilizers. Biocompost. Specifications

GOST R 55622-2013: Complex security systems. Hydraulic gun carriage trunks with Remote control. General technical requirements

GOST R 55639-2013: Services in manufacturing special clothing for disabled. Safety requirements

GOST R 55700-2013: Consumer services. Cosmetic tattooing. General requirements

GOST R 55833-2013: Resources saving. Requirements to documentation by production of products. Policy of rational using and ecology of materials

GOST R 55995-2014: Seat passenger railcar rolling stock and passenger cars with locomotive traction. General specifications

GOST R 56004-2014: Organic fertilizers. Vermicomposting. Specifications

GOST R 56192-2014: The services of housing and communal services and management of apartment buildings. Services of maintenance of common property in apartment buildings. General requirements

GOST R 56193-2014: The services of housing and communal services and management of apartment buildings. Services capital repair of common property in apartment buildings. General requirements

GOST R 56195-2014: The services of housing and communal services and management of apartment buildings. Content services the territory of collection and disposal of household waste. General requirements

GOST R 56501-2015: Services of housing maintenance, public utilities and administration of apartment buildings. Services content in-house heating systems, heating and hot water supply of apartment houses. General requirements

GOST R 56533-2015: Services of housing maintenance, public utilities and administration of apartment buildings. Services of in-house cold water supply systems maintenance of apartment buildings. General requirements

GOST R 56534-2015: Services of housing maintenance, public utilities and administration of apartment buildings. Services of in-house sewerage maintenance of apartment buildings. General requirements

GOST R 56535-2015: Services of housing maintenance, public utilities and administration of apartment buildings. Services of current repair of common property in apartment buildings. General requirements

GOST R 56828.15-2016: Best available techniques. Terms and definitions

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GOST R 56828.38-2018: Best available techniques. Natural environment. Terms and definitions

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GOST R 56997-2016: Chemical disinfectants and antiseptics. Means for disinfection on public of food technology and trade. The toxicity and danger

GOST R 56998-2016: Сhemical disinfectants and antiseptics. Means for disinfection of non-centralized water systems drinking water. The toxicity and danger

GOST R 56999-2016: Disinfectology and disinfection activities. Chemical disinfectants and antiseptics. Method for the determination of chlorine dioxide in drinking water

GOST R 57001-2016: Disinfectology and disinfection activities. Chemical disinfectants and antiseptics. Method for the determination of chlorine content

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GOST R 57013-2016: Services for people. Services of zoos. General requirements

GOST R 57467-2017: Chemical disinfectants and antiseptics. Determination of toxicity of tissues treated with antibacterial means, on the model of motile cells (spermatozoids of bull)

GOST R 57473-2017: Disinfectology and disinfection activities. Rules for testing disinfectants on volunteers

GOST R 57597-2017: Household services. Nursing and of children. General requirements

GOST R 58003-2017: Forest management and forest use. Certification requirements

GOST R 58091-2018: Consumer services. Nail service. Terminology, classification and general requirements

GOST R 58148-2018: Opencast diamond development in cryolithozone. Design requirements

GOST R 58234-2018: Traction rolling stock. Cleaning and washing requirements

GOST R 8.563-96: State system for ensuring the uniformity of measurements. Procedures of measurements

GOST R ISO 13880-2010: Perspective industrial technologies. Content and drafting of a technical specification for petroleum and natural gas industries

I 101-06: System of accreditation of laboratories conducting sanitary and epidemiological research, testing. Guidelines. General accreditation procedure

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MDS 12-22.2005: Recommendations for the application in the construction industry of the requirements of regulatory legal and other regulatory acts containing state regulatory labor protection requirements

MDS 13-6.2000: Method for the Determination of Unfitness of Residential Occupancies and Dwelling Units for Occupation

MGSN 1.01-97: Part 1: Interim Urban Development Code of the City of Moscow

MGSN 1.04-2005: Temporary norms and rules for designing the planning and development of areas of high-rise buildings, complexes, high-rise urban complexes in the city of Moscow

Mos MU 2.1.3.001-2001: Organization and implementation of sanitary and epidemiological supervision of medical and preventive treatment facilities (departments) of a cosmetology profile and beauty treatment rooms

Mos MU 2.3.4.003-2002: Procedural Guidelines for Facilities (Shops) Producing Salad Products in the City of Moscow

Mos MU 2.3.4.011-2002: Procedural Guidelines for Facilities for Packaging Grocery Products in Moscow

MR 01.037-08: Express method of toxicological and hygienic assessment of detergents using luminescent bacterial test

MR 0100/12883-07:34: Determination of the radiation output of X-ray emitters of medical X-ray diagnostic devices

MR 02.039-09: Identification and quantitative determination of legionella in aqueous samples of the external environment by the method of real-time polymerase chain reaction using reagent kits manufactured by Syntol

MR 1.1.0093-14: Conditions for the organization and functioning of temporary accommodation centers and long-term accommodation points for people arriving from emergency zones

MR 1.2.0016-10: Classification of nanotechnologies and nanoindustry products by the degree of their potential danger

MR 1.2.0018-11: Sampling procedure and methods for determining the content of nanoparticles in the composition of household chemical products, disinfectants and perfumes and cosmetics

MR 1.2.0022-11: Sampling procedure for nanomaterials control

MR 1.2.0023-11: Control of nanomaterials in the food industry

MR 1.2.0024-11: Control of nanomaterials used in the chemical industry

MR 1.2.0036-11: Control of nanomaterials in disinfectants and household chemicals

MR 1.2.0037-11: Control of nanomaterials in the air

MR 1.2.0038-11: Evaluation of the risk of exposure of the human body to nanomaterials and nanoparticles

MR 1.2.0039-11: Control nanomaterials in packaging materials

MR 1.2.0040-11: Control of nanomaterials in the perfumery and cosmetic industry

MR 1.2.0041-11: The decision-making system for the control of nano-safety based on an assessment of the risks of production, use and recycling of nanomaterials based on monitoring of these processes at nano-industry enterprises

MR 1.2.0042-11: Control of nanomaterials used in agriculture

MR 1.2.0043-11: Control of nanomaterials in the environment

MR 1.2.0044-11: The procedure for identifying and identifying fullerene C60 aggregates in animal and plant tissue sections by analytical electron microscopy

MR 1.2.0045-11: The procedure for the detection and identification of multi-walled carbon nanotubes in sections of animal and plant tissues by analytical electron microscopy

MR 1.2.0046-11: The use of the energy dispersive microspectroscopy method for the analysis of silver nanoparticles, zinc, aluminum and cerium oxides in animal and plant tissues

MR 1.2.0047-11: Electron microscopy detection of structural changes caused by artificial nanoparticles in animal and plant cells

MR 1.2.0048-11: The procedure and methods for determining the organotropic and toxicokinetic parameters of artificial nanomaterials in tests on laboratory animals

MR 1.2.0052-11: Evaluation of the Impact of Nanomaterials on Immunity Function

MR 1.2.0053-11: Evaluation of the effects of nanomaterials on the proteomic profile and biosynthetic processes in tests on laboratory animals

MR 1.2.0054-11: The procedure and methods for evaluating the effects of artificial nanoparticles and nanomaterials on the toxic effects of chemicals

MR 1.2.0068-12: Investigation of the carcinogenic properties of chemicals and biological products in chronic animal experiments

MR 1.2.0074-13: The use of indicators and criteria for violation of the biotransformation of benzene in the body of children for the tasks of hygienic assessments, sanitary-epidemiological investigations and examinations

MR 1.2.2522-09: Recommended practice for identification of finanomaterials that pose a potential risk to human health

MR 1.2.2566-09: Evaluation of the safety of nanomaterials in vitro and in vivo model systems

MR 1.2.2640-10: Sampling methods, detection and determination of the content of nanoparticles and nanomaterials in the composition of agricultural, food products and packaging materials

MR 2.1.10.0033-11: Risk assessment associated with the impact of lifestyle factors on public health

MR 2.1.10.0057-12: Evaluation of the risk and damage from climate change affecting the increase in morbidity and mortality in high-risk populations

MR 2.1.10.0059-12: Assessment of the risk to public health from exposure to traffic noise

MR 2.1.10.0061-12: Evaluation of the risk to public health when exposed to variable electromagnetic fields (up to 300 GHz) in populated areas

MR 2.1.10.0062-12: Quantitative assessment of non-carcinogenic risk when exposed to chemicals based on the construction of evolutionary models

MR 2.1.10.0067-12: Evaluation of the risk to public health when exposed to microbial factors contained in food. Methodical foundations, principles and evaluation criteria

MR 2.1.10.0073-13: Prevention of respiratory diseases in children living in conditions of aerogenic effects of manganese and its compounds

MR 2.1.10.0077-13: Application of indicators and criteria for violation of the biotransformation of benzene in the body of children for the tasks of hygienic assessments, sanitary-epidemiological investigations and examinations

MR 2.1.2.0070-13: Sanitary-epidemiological assessment of dwellings intended for children left without parental care, transferred to families for upbringing

MR 2.1.4.0032-11: Integral assessment of drinking water of centralized water supply systems by chemical safety indicators

MR 2.1.4.2370-08: Drinking water and water settlements. Evaluation of sanitary-epidemiological safety of piped drinking water

MR 2.2.1.0058-12: Preventive immunization of persons participating in mass international sports events in the Russian Federation

MR 2.2.2.0021-11: Justification of production control programs at powder metallurgy enterprises

MR 2.2.9.0012-10: Model of Regional Program for Primary Cancer Prevention

MR 2.2.9.2242-07: Hygienic and epidemiological requirements to working environment of medical workers performing works with risk of infectious diseases

MR 2.2.9.2310-07: Physiological and ergonomic requirements for the organization, equipment and functioning of the complexes for the restoration of workers of various types of work

MR 2.2.9.2311-07: Prevention of the stress state of workers in various types of professional activity

MR 2.3.2.2571-10: Methodical recommendations for the enrichment of the mass varieties of bakery products with vitamin-mineral complexes produced according to national standards

MR 2.3.2/2.3.7.0123-18: The risk communication system for the residual amount of antibiotics in food products

MR 2.4.8.0076-13: Alimentary prevention of disorders of the antioxidant, conjugation and elimination functions of the glutathione system in children associated with exposure to aromatic hydrocarbons

MR 2.6.1.0050-11: Sanitary and hygienic requirements for measures to eliminate the consequences of a radiation accident

MR 2.6.1.0051-11: Ensuring safe living and business activities in the radioactively contaminated territories of the Russian Federation (zone of influence of Mayak)

MR 2.6.1.0063-12: Control of radiation doses to the population living in the area of observation of the radiation facility, under conditions of its normal operation and radiation accident

MR 2.6.1.0064-12: Radiation monitoring of drinking water using radiochemical analysis methods

MR 2.6.1.0065-12: Examination and systematization of the primary historical data of radiation monitoring conducted in the territories subjected to radioactive contamination as a result of the Chernobyl accident

MR 2.6.1.0080-13: Structure of the content of the Unified Information System subsystem of Rospotrebnadzor on the issues of ensuring radiation safety of the population and the problems of overcoming the consequences of radiation accidents and the procedure for updating the

MR 2.6.1.0088-14: Form of Federal Statistical Monitoring No. 4-DOS. Information about the doses of radiation to the population due to the natural and man-made radiation background

MR 2.6.1.0094-14: Radiochemical determination of specific activity of cesium-137 and strontium-90 in samples of food products, soil, other environmental objects and biological samples

MR 3.1.0075/1-13: Supervising the spread of HIV strains resistant to antiretroviral drugs

MR 3.1.0087-14: HIV Prevention

MR 3.1.2.0078-13: Recommendations on the organization of measures to prevent the spread of tuberculosis during the transportation (deportation) of foreign citizens suffering from tuberculosis

MR 3.1.2.0079/2-13: Organization of sanitary and anti-epidemic provision of mass events with international participation

MR 3.2.0003-10: Pneumocystosis - a current immunodeficiency associated infection (epidemiology, clinical presentation, diagnosis and treatment)

MR 3.3.1.0001-10: Epidemiology and vaccination of infection caused by Haemophilus influenzae Type b

MR 3.3.1.0027-11: Epidemiology and vaccine prevention of infection caused by Streptococcus pneumoniae

MR 3.5.0026-11: Guidelines for assessing the effectiveness and safety of special clothing to protect people from arthropods that are harmful to human health

MR 3.5.1.0109-16: Disinfection regime in health organizations for Zika fever prevention

MR 3.5.1.0113-16: Use of gloves to prevent healthcare-associated infections in health organizations

MR 3.5.2.0110-16: Organization and implementation of measures for entomological monitoring and regulation of the number of mosquitoes Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus

MR 3.5.2.0112-16: Organizing and carrying out measures to combat insects on air and water transport vehicles engaged in international transport

MR 30-844-2001: The organization of personnel training and the procedure for conducting a certification test of knowledge on radiation safety at the enterprises of the Ministry of Atomic Energy of Russia. Guidelines

MR 4.2.0075-13: The list of gene polymorphism markers responsible for the particular mutagenic activity of man-made chemical factors

MR 4.2.0079/1-13: Organization of laboratory diagnosis of infectious diseases, laboratory monitoring of environmental objects during mass events

MR 4.2.0108-16: Organization of laboratory diagnostics of dengue fever

MR 5.1.0029-11: Guidelines for the economic assessment of risks to public health when exposed to environmental factors

MR 5.1.0030-11: Guidelines for the economic assessment and justification of decisions in the field of risk management for public health when exposed to environmental factors

MR 5.1.0083-13: Justification of targets for planning the state task for the performance of public services (works). Establishing the causes and identifying the conditions for the occurrence and spread of mass non-communicable diseases of people associated with adverse e

MR 5.1.0116-17: Risk-based model of control and supervisory activities in the field of sanitary and epidemiological well-being. Classification of economic entities, types of activities and objects of supervision for the potential risk of harm to human health for the orga

MRR 3.2.24.02-09: Methodology for determining the cost of developing projects for organizing sanitary protection zones of enterprises, carried out with the involvement of Moscow budget funds

MRR 3.2.24-07: Method of determining the cost of projects for the organization of sanitary protection zones of industrial enterprises and groups of enterprises

MRR 3.2.43.02-07: Method for determining the cost of work on the environmental support of project and investment activities in the city of Moscow

MRR 3.2.43.03-09: The method of determining the cost of work on the environmental support of project and investment activities carried out with the involvement of Moscow budget funds

MRR 3.2.53.02-12: Method for determining the cost of performing design work on the reclamation of urban disturbed areas, carried out with the involvement of the budget of the city of Moscow

MRR 3.2.53-07: Collection of basic prices for design work on the reclamation of urban disturbed areas

MRR 3.2.63.02-16: Collection of basic prices for the development of measures for environmental protection, carried out with the involvement of the budget of the city of Moscow

MRR 3.2.63-12: The collection of basic prices for determining the cost of work on the environmental support of project and investment activities and the cost of developing projects for organizing sanitary protection zones of an enterprise carried out with the involvemen

MRR 6.1-16: Environmental Protection Measures

MU 1.2.2520-09: Toxicological and hygienic safety assessment of nanomaterials

MU 1.2.2634-10: Microbiological and molecular genetic assessment of the effects of nanomaterials on microbiocenosis representatives

MU 1.2.2635-10: Medical and biological evaluation of nanomaterials safety

MU 1.2.2637-10: Procedure and methods of control of nanoparticles migration from packaging

MU 1.2.2638-10: Safety assessment of packaging materials contacting with food obtained by use of nanotechnology

MU 1.2.2740-10: Sampling procedure for identifying, identifying and characterizing the action of nanomaterials in aquatic invertebrates

MU 1.2.2741-10: Sampling procedure for the identification and identification of nanomaterials in laboratory animals

MU 1.2.2744-10: Sampling procedure for the identification and identification of nanomaterials in fish

MU 1.2.2745-10: Sampling procedure for characterizing the action of nanomaterials on laboratory animals

MU 1.2.2869-11: The procedure for assessing the toxic effects of nanomaterials on laboratory animals

MU 1.2.2873-11: The procedure for the identification and identification of nanomaterials in aquatic invertebrates

MU 1.2.2874-11: The procedure for the identification and identification of nanomaterials in laboratory animals

MU 1.2.2875-11: The procedure for the identification and identification of nanomaterials in water bodies

MU 1.2.2876-11: The procedure for the identification and identification of nanomaterials in plants

MU 1.2.2877-11: The procedure for the identification and identification of nanomaterials in fish

MU 1.2.2960-11: Scientific rationale for maximum allowable levels of pesticide residues in food products

MU 1.2.2961-11: Scientific substantiation of permissible levels of contaminants of chemical nature and food additives in food

MU 1.2.2966-11: The procedure and organization of control over nanomaterials

MU 1.2.2967-11: The procedure for assessing the effect of nanomaterials on fish on the basis of morphological and genetic features.

MU 1.2.2968-11: The order of biological assessment of the effects of nanomaterials on plants according to morphological features. Methodical instructions

MU 1.2.3216-14: Evaluation of the risk of exposure of the population to pesticide residues in food

MU 1.2.3364-16: Evaluation of mutagenic activity of pesticides

MU 1.3.2411-08: Biological safety in the submerged cultivation of microorganisms I - II pathogenicity groups

MU 1.3.2970-11: Laboratory diagnosis of smallpox

MU 2.1.10.2809-10: The use of biological markers for the assessment of environmental pollution by metals in the system of socio-hygienic monitoring

MU 2.1.10.3014-12: Evaluation of the radiation risk of the population due to the long-term uniform technogenic exposure at low doses

MU 2.1.10.3165-14: The procedure for applying the results of biomedical research to prove harm to public health by the negative effects of chemical factors of the environment

MU 2.1.2.694-98: Use of Ultraviolet Radiation for Disinfecting Water in Swimming Pools

MU 2.1.3.005-01: Guidelines for the device, equipment and operation of pharmacies, warehouses of small wholesale trade in pharmaceutical products

MU 2.1.4.2898-11: Sanitary-epidemiological studies (tests) of materials, reagents and equipment used for water purification and water treatment

MU 2.1.4.719-98: Sanitary Regulations for Inspection of the Use of Ultraviolet Radiation in Potable Water Treatment Processes. Procedural Guidelines

MU 2.1.5.732-99: Sanitary-and-epidemiologic supervision of sewage disinfecting by ultraviolet radiation. Methodological instructive regulations

MU 2.1.7.2657-10: Entomological methods of study of soil of inhabited places for presence of pre-imaginal stages of synanthropic flies

MU 2.1.7.730-99: Hygienic evaluation of soil in residential areas

MU 2.2.2.1914-04: Hygienic evaluation of tractors and agricultural machines

MU 2.2.4.1518-03: Estimation of vibration levels in habitable premises of ships

MU 2.2.5.2810-10: Laboratory monitoring of harmful substances in air of working zone of enterprises of main industry sectors

MU 2.2.8.1893-04: Detection of localization of air leaks into the submask space of personal respiratory protective equipment using luminescent aerosols

MU 2.2.9.2493-09: Sanitary and hygienic certification of carcinogenic organizations and the formation of data banks

MU 2.3.2.1935-04: The order and organization of control over food products obtained from/or using genetically modified microorganisms and microorganisms having genetically modified analogs

MU 2.3.2.2306-07: Biomedical safety assessment of genetically modified organisms of plant origin

MU 2.3.7.2125-06: Social hygienic monitoring. Contamination of food raw materials and food chemicals. Collection, processing and analysis of indicators

MU 2.3.7.2519-09: Exposure determination and risk assessment of the effects of chemical contaminants in food on the population

MU 2.3.975-00: Use of Bactericidal Ultraviolet Radiation for Decontamination of the Air in Rooms of Food Industry, Public Food Service, and Food Product Retail Facilities

MU 2.6.1.037-2015: Determination of average annual values ​​of EES of radon isotopes in indoor air from measurements of different duration

MU 2.6.1.038-2015: Assessment of potential radon danger of land for construction of residential, public and industrial buildings

MU 2.6.1.042-2001: Calculation and justification of the size of sanitary protection zones and surveillance zones around nuclear power plants

MU 2.6.1.044-08: Establishing a class of work when dealing with open sources of ionizing radiation

MU 2.6.1.1017-01: Radiation safety provision during interstitial radiation therapy (brachytherapy) of the prostate by the method of implantation of closed source, I-125, fixed on a polymeric absorbable thread 'I-125 Rapid Strand'

MU 2.6.1.11-01: Determination of individual effective doses of radiation to personnel from short-lived daughter products of radon isotopes

MU 2.6.1.12-01: Determination of individual effective doses of radiation to personnel from short-lived daughter products of radon isotopes

MU 2.6.1.14-2001: Radiation monitoring. General requirements

MU 2.6.1.15-02: Tritium and its compounds. Control of the magnitude of the individual effective dose of internal exposure when entering the human body

MU 2.6.1.17-02: Determination of surface tritium contamination

MU 2.6.1.1798-03: The estimation and control of patient effective doses in the course of radionuclide diagnostic investigation

MU 2.6.1.1892-04: Hygienic requirements for ensuring radiation safety during radionuclide diagnostics using radiopharmaceuticals

MU 2.6.1.1981-05: Radiation monitoring and hygienic assessment of sources of drinking water supply and drinking water according to radiation safety indicators. Optimization of protective measures of drinking water sources with a high content of radionuclides

MU 2.6.1.1982-05: Conducting radiation monitoring in x-ray rooms

MU 2.6.1.2117-06: Hygienic requirements to placement and operation of electron accelerators with energies up to 100 MeV

MU 2.6.1.2118-06: Organization and conduct of individual dosimetry monitoring. Medical staff

MU 2.6.1.2135-06: Hygienic requirements for radiation safety during radiation therapy by sealed radioactive sources

MU 2.6.1.2397-08: Estimation of radiation doses to populations exposed to increased exposure from natural sources of ionizing radiation

MU 2.6.1.2398-08: Radiation monitoring and sanitary-epidemiological assessment of land plots for the construction of residential buildings, public and industrial buildings and structures in terms of radiation safety

MU 2.6.1.2500-09: Organization of radiation safety oversight and radiation monitoring in the radionuclide diagnostics unit

MU 2.6.1.26-2000: Dosimetric control of occupational internal exposure. General requirements

MU 2.6.1.2712-10: Hygienic requirements for radiation safety during interstitial radiation therapy (brachytherapy) by the method of implanting sealed radioactive sources

MU 2.6.1.2808-10: Ensuring Radiation Safety During Radionuclide Diagnostics Using In Vitro Radioimmunoassay Methods

MU 2.6.1.2944-11: Control of effective doses to patients during medical x-ray examinations

MU 2.6.1.3015-12: Organization and conduct of individual dosimetry monitoring. Medical staff

MU 2.6.1.784-99: Zoning of localities of the Russian Federation subjected to radioactive contamination due to the accident at the Chernobyl npp, based on the annual dose of population exposure

MU 3.1.1.2232-07: Prevention of infectious diseases. Intestinal infections. Prevention of cholera. Organizational events. Evaluation of the anti-epidemic readiness of medical institutions to conduct activities in case of a cholera focus

MU 3.1.1.2360-08: Surveillance of poliomyelitis and acute flaccid paralysis during postcertification period

MU 3.1.1.2957-11: Epidemiological surveillance, laboratory diagnosis and prevention of rotavirus infection

MU 3.1.1.2969-11: Surveillance, laboratory diagnosis and prevention of norovirus infection

MU 3.1.1128-02: Epidemiology, diagnosis and prevention of human disease leptospirosis. Methodical instructions

MU 3.1.2.2160-07: Surveillance of pertussis infection

MU 3.1.2.2356-08: Surveillance of congenital rubella

MU 3.1.2.2516-09: Surveillance of meningococcal disease

MU 3.1.2.3047-13: Respiratory tract infections. Epidemiological surveillance of community-acquired pneumonia

MU 3.1.2313-08: Requirements for decontamination, destruction and disposal of single-use injection syringes.

MU 3.1.2436-09: Surveillance of tetanus

MU 3.1.2565-09: Carrying out emergency measures for disinfestation and deraturation in natural foci of plague in the territory of the Russian Federation

MU 3.1.2792-10: Surveillance of hepatitis B

MU 3.1.2837-11: Surveillance and prevention of viral hepatitis A

MU 3.1.3.2355-08: Organization and conduct of epidemiological surveillance in natural foci of the plague in the territory of the Russian Federation

MU 3.1.3.2488-09: Blood infections. Organization and performance of preventive and antiepidemic measures against Crimean hemorrhagic fever

MU 3.1.3.2600-10: West Nile fever control activities in the Russian Federation.

MU 3.1.3.3394-16: Methodical instructions on forecasting of epidemic activity of natural foci of plague in the Russian Federation

MU 3.1.3.3395-16: Certification of natural plague foci of the Russian Federation

MU 3.1.3114/1-13: Organization of work in foci of infectious and parasitic diseases

MU 3.1.3260-15: Anti-epidemic provision of the population in emergency situations, including the formation of foci of dangerous infectious diseases

MU 3.1.3294-15: Building a system of physical protection of organizations working with microorganisms of pathogenic groups I-II

MU 3.1.3342-16: HIV Epidemiological Surveillance

MU 3.1.7.1104-02: Epidemiology and prevention of listeriosis

MU 3.1.700-98: Temporary guidelines for the organization and conduct of epidemiological surveillance in the natural foci of the plague of Russia in conditions of limited financial and material and technical resources

MU 3.1/3.5.2497-09: Organization and conduct of anti-epidemic and disinfection measures for smallpox

MU 3.2.1022-01: Measures to reduce the risk of infecting the population with parasitic pathogens

MU 3.2.1043-01: Toxocariasis Prevention.

MU 3.2.1173-02: Serological methods of laboratory diagnostic of parasitic diseases

MU 3.2.1756-03: Surveillance of parasitic diseases

MU 3.2.2601-10: Prevention of opisthorchiasis.

MU 3.2.974-00: Malaria mosquitoes and their control in the territory of the Russian Federation.

MU 3.3.1.1095-02: Medical contraindications for prophylactic vaccination with national vaccination calendar preparations. Methodical instructions

MU 3.3.1.1099-02: Safety of work with production strains of the fixed rabies virus.

MU 3.3.1.2044-06: Smallpox vaccination

MU 3.3.1879-04: Investigation of vaccine-related complications

MU 3.3.1889-04: Immunoprophylaxis of infectious diseases. The order of the preventive vaccinations. Methodical instructions

MU 3.3.2.1761-03: The procedure for the destruction of unsuitable for use vaccines and toxoids

MU 3.3.2.2437-09: The use of thermal indicators to control the temperature mode of storage and transportation of medical immunobiological preparations in the "Cold Chain" system

MU 3.3.2400-08: Monitoring the work of treatment-and-prophylactic organizations on the issues of immunoprophylaxis of infectious diseases

MU 3.4.1028-01: Organization and conduct of primary measures in cases of identifying a patient (corpse) suspected of being infected with quarantine infections, contagious viral hemorrhagic fevers, malaria and infectious diseases of unknown etiology of international signi

MU 3.4.1030-01: Organization, provision and evaluation of the anti-epidemic readiness of medical institutions to conduct activities in case of delivery or occurrence of especially dangerous infections, contagious viral hemorrhagic fevers, infectious diseases of unknown e

MU 3.4.1127-02: Sanitary-quarantine control in sea and river ports opened for international traffic

MU 3.4.1179-02: Sanitary and Quarantine Inspection at Russian Federation Road and Highway Border Crossings

MU 3.4.1180-02: Sanitary and Quarantine Inspection in Airports Open for International Flights

MU 3.5.1.2958-11: Disinfection measures for pseudotuberculosis and intestinal yersiniosis

MU 3.5.1.3082-13: Disinfectology. Disinfection. Disinfection measures for anthrax in humans. Methodical instructions

MU 3.5.1.3439-17: Evaluation of the sensitivity to disinfectants of microorganisms circulating in medical organizations

MU 3.5.2431-08: The study and evaluation of the virucidal activity of disinfectants.

MU 3.5.2435-09: Methods for studying and evaluating the sporicidal activity of disinfectants and sterilizing agents

MU 3.5.2596-10: Methods for studying and evaluating the tuberculocidal activity of disinfectants

MU 3.5.3.2949-11: Fight against rodents in settlements, on railway, water, air transport

MU 3.5.3011-12: Nonspecific prophylaxis of tick-borne viral encephalitis and ixodic tick-borne borreliosis

MU 4.2.1902-04: Determination of genetically modified sources (GMI) of plant origin by the method of polymerase chain reaction

MU 4.2.2839-11: Methods of control. Biological and microbiological factors. The order of selection, packaging, storage and transportation of biological material for laboratory diagnosis of rabies in people who died from hydrophobia

MU 4.3.2320-08: Procedures of drafting and execution of protocols of sanitary and healthcare inspection of transmitter radio facilities

MU 4898-88: Methodical instructions for measuring concentrations of 2-amino-4-methoxy-6-methyl-1, b/n, 3, 5-triazine by thin layer chromatography in working-area air

MU 4899-88: Guidelines for the chromatographic measurement of the concentration of bicyclate in the air of the working area

MU 4900-88: Guidelines for the photometric measurement of ammonium bromide concentrations in the air of the working area

MU 4908-88: Guidelines for the photometric measurement of the concentrations of 5, 5 dimethylhydantoin in the air of the working area

MU 5.1.2526-09: Planning the activities of the Federal Service for Supervision of Consumer Rights Protection and Human Welfare

MU 5789/1-91: Guidelines for the experimental substantiation of the MPC of microorganisms-producers and ready-made preparations containing them in objects of production and the environment

MUK 2.6.1.09-03: Regulation of dosimetric control of internal exposure of nuclear power plant personnel. General requirements

MUK 2.6.1.1087-02: Radiation monitoring of scrap metal

MUK 2.6.5.044-2016: The total activity of alpha-emitting radionuclides in environmental objects. Track Measurement

MUK 3.1.2964-11: Building a system of physical protection of state and research collections of microorganisms of patches of groups I-II

MUK 3.1.7.3402-16: Epidemiological surveillance and laboratory diagnosis of brucellosis

MUK 3.2.2568-09: Control of the number of blood-sucking mosquitoes Сulex, the breeding places of which are located in settlements

MUK 3.4.3008-12: The order of epidemiological and laboratory diagnosis of particularly dangerous, "new" and "returning" infectious diseases

MUK 4.1.005-13: Methods for measuring the mass concentration of tetramethyl tetrazene in the air of the working area by the photometric method

MUK 4.1.007-13: Methods of measuring the mass concentration of nitrogen dioxide in the air of the working area by the photometric method

MUK 4.1.008-13: Method for measuring the mass concentration of dimethylamine in samples of drinking, natural, treated wastewater and snowmelt (snow) by the photometric method

MUK 4.1.016-11: Methods of measuring the mass fraction of nitrosodimethylamine in soil samples by the photometric method

MUK 4.1.017-11: Methods of measuring the mass concentration of nitrosodimethylamine in the air of the working area by the photometric method

MUK 4.1.018-11: Methods for measuring the mass concentration of dimethylamine in the air of the working area by the photometric method

MUK 4.1.019-11: Measurement method of the mass fraction of 1, 1-dimethylhydrazine in soil samples by photometric method

MUK 4.1.019-18: Methods of measuring the mass concentration of gamma-polyoxymethylene in the air of the working area by the photometric method

MUK 4.1.020-18: Methods of measuring the mass concentration of 2- (2,4-dinitrophenoxy) ethanol in the air of the working area by high performance liquid chromatography

MUK 4.1.021-18: Methods of measuring the mass concentration of 2- (2,4-dinitrophenoxy) ethanol in the atmospheric air of populated areas using high performance liquid chromatography

MUK 4.1.022-18: Methods of measuring the mass concentration of 2- (2,4-dinitrophenoxy) ethanol in water samples from water bodies of drinking and cultural and domestic water use by high performance liquid chromatography

MUK 4.1.023-18: Methods of measuring the mass fraction of 2- (2,4-dinitrophenoxy) ethanol in soil samples by high performance liquid chromatography

MUK 4.1.024-18: Methods for measuring the mass concentration of triethyl-O-acetyl citrate in the atmospheric air of populated areas using gas chromatography

MUK 4.1.025-18: Methods for measuring the mass concentration of triethyl-O-acetyl citrate in the air of the working area using gas chromatography

MUK 4.1.3331-16: Method for measuring the mass fraction of synthetic phosphodiesterase-5 inhibitors (tadalafil, vardenafil and sildenafil) in dietary supplements by high performance liquid chromatography with ultraviolet and mass spectrometry detection

MUK 4.2.1036-01: Control of the modes of sterilization of drug solutions using biological indicators IBKSl-01

MUK 4.2.1089-02: Use of Potok 150-M-01 air decontamination set and control of microbial content of air during its operation

MUK 4.2.1479-03: Entomological methods of collecting and identifying insects and pests of food stocks and non-food raw materials

MUK 4.2.1480-03: Methods of laboratory cultivation of three types of ixodid ticks of the group riсinus/peersulсatus

MUK 4.2.1913-04: Methods for the quantitative determination of genetically modified sources (GMI) of plant origin in food

MUK 4.2.2008-05: Method of identification of genetically modified organisms (GMO) of plant origin using enzyme analysis on a biological microchip

MUK 4.2.2217-07: Detection of Legionella pneumophila bacteria in environmental objects

MUK 4.2.2304-07: Methods of identification and quantitative determination of genetically modified organisms of plant origin

MUK 4.2.2305-07: Determination of genetically modified microorganisms and microorganisms having genetically modified analogs in food products using real-time polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and PCR with electrophoretic detection

MUK 4.2.2357-08: Organizing and conducting virological studies of environmental materials on polioviruses, other (non-folio) enteroviruses

MUK 4.2.2410-08: Organizing and conducting virological studies of materials from patients with poliomyelitis, with suspected disease, with acute flaccid paralysis syndrome (AFP)

MUK 4.2.2495-09: Determination of the sensitivity of pathogens of dangerous bacterial infections (plague, anthrax, cholera, tularemia, brucellosis, glanders, melioidosis) to antibacterial drugs

MUK 4.2.2578-10: Sanitary-bacteriological research using split impedance method

MUK 4.2.2661-10: Methods of sanitary and parasitological investigations

MUK 4.2.2747-10: Methods of sanitary and parasitological examination of meat and meat products

MUK 4.2.2870-11: Procedure for the organization and conduct of laboratory diagnosis of cholera for laboratories at the territorial, regional and federal levels

MUK 4.2.2886-11: Facility Security Systems. Graphic Symbols for System Components

MUK 4.2.2939-11: Facility Security Systems. Graphic Symbols for System Components

MUK 4.2.2940-11: Facility Security Systems. Graphic Symbols for System Components

MUK 4.2.2941-11: Facility Security Systems. Graphic Symbols for System Components

MUK 4.2.2942-11: Methods of sanitary-bacteriological research of environmental objects, air and sterility control in medical organizations

MUK 4.2.2963-11: Guidelines for the laboratory diagnosis of diseases caused by Escherichia coli, producing shiga-toxins (STEC-culture), and the detection of pathogens of STEC-infections in food

MUK 4.2.3007-12: The procedure for organizing and conducting laboratory diagnostics of the Crimean hemorrhagic fever for laboratories at the territorial, regional and federal levels

MUK 4.2.3009-12: The procedure for organizing and conducting laboratory diagnosis of West Nile fever for laboratories at the territorial, regional and federal levels

MUK 4.2.3010-12: The order of organization and conduct of laboratory diagnosis of brucellosis for laboratories at the territorial, regional and federal levels

MUK 4.2.3016-12: Sanitary-parasitological studies of fruits and vegetables, fruits and berries and plant products

MUK 4.2.3019-12: Organizing and conducting laboratory studies on yersiniosis at the territorial, regional and federal levels

MUK 4.2.577-96: Methods of microbiological control of products for children, clinical nutrition and their components

MUK 4.2.796-99: Sanitary Parasitological Research Methods

MUK 4.2.801-99: Methods for the microbiological control of perfumery and cosmetic products

MUK 4.2.999-00: Determining the amount of bifidobacteria in fermented milk products

MUK 4.3.2194-07: Control of noise level in residential areas, in residential and public buildings and premises

MUK 4.3.2756-10: Guidelines for the measurement and evaluation of the microclimate of industrial premises

MUK 4.4.001-97: Guidelines for the control of food products and food raw materials (the number of products in sampling for laboratory research and certification tests)

MUK 5.1.973-00: Estimated time spent on the main types of parasitological studies in the centers of state sanitary and epidemiological surveillance.

MVR 2.6.1.50-01: Determination of radionuclide intake and individual effective radiation dose based on the results of measurements on WBC of the radionuclide content in the human body for nuclear power plant personnel. Calculation procedure

ODM 218.2.031-2013: Guidelines for the use of fly ash and ash-and-slag mixtures from coal combustion at thermal power plants in road construction

ODM 218.2.045-2014: Recommendations for the Design of Forest Snow Retaining Plantations along Highways

ODM 218.3.031-2013: Guidelines for environmental protection in the construction, repair and maintenance of roads

ODM 218.8.003-2010: Recommendations for the application of standards GOST R ISO 14001-2007 in the road sector

OST 32.146-2000: Devices of railway automation, telemechanics and telecommunications. General specification requirements

PB 03-428-02: Safety Requirements for Construction of Underground Structures

R 2.1.10.1920-04: Human Health Risk Assessment from Environmental Chemicals

R 2.2.1766-03: Guidelines on occupational risk assessment for workers' health. Organizational and methodological aspects, principles and criteria

R 2.2.755-99: Hygienic Criteria for Evaluation and Classification of Labor Conditions by Indexes of Harmfulness and Danger of Industrial Environment and Working Process Difficulty and Intensity

R 2.2/2.6.1.1195-03: Hygienic Criteria for Evaluation of Working Conditions and Classification of Workplaces for Handling Ionizing Radiation Sources

R 3.1.3013-12: Guidance for drafting a document confirming the safety of a biologically hazardous facility

R 3.1.683-98: Use of ultra-violet bactericidal radiation for the disinfection of air and surfaces in inner premises

R 3.5.2.2487-09: Disinsection. Guidelines for medical disinsection

R 4.2.2643-10: Methods of laboratory research and testing of medical and preventive disinfectants to assess their effectiveness and safety

R 52.18.852-2016: The procedure for calculating the reference levels of radionuclides in marine waters

R 52.24.734-2010: Organizing and conducting observations on the state and changes in the quality of surface water in emergency situations

RD 153-34.0-02.109-99: Recommendations for conducting an environmental audit in the power industry

RD 153-34.3-02.206-00: Recommended Practice for Development of Drat of Standards for Generation and Limits on Placement of Wastes for Electric Power Grid Facilities

RD 39-133-94: Instructions for protecting the environment during onshore oil and gas well construction

RMD 11-22-2013 Sankt-Peterburg: Guide to project preparation of capital construction in St. Petersburg

RMD 31-04-2008 Sankt-Peterburg: Recommendations for construction of residential and public high-rise buildings

Rules on the Selection of Pressure Vessels and Equipment: Instruction on the selection of pressure vessels and devices operating under pressure of 100 kgf/cm2 and overpressure protection, Ministry of Petroleum Energy

Sanitary norms 4946-89: Sanitary standards for maximum permissible levels of electromagnetic field strength in the LF, MF, HF, and VHF bands emitted by radio communication facilities of civil aviation airports

SanPiN 1.1.998-00: Hygienic requirements for adult magazines

SanPiN 1.2.1253-03: Hygienic requirements for books for adults

SanPiN 1.2.1330-03: Hygienic Requirements for the Manufacture of Pesticides and Agricultural Chemicals

SanPiN 1.2.2353-08: Carcinogenic factors and basic requirements to prophylactics of carcinogenic hazard

SanPiN 1.2.2584-10: Hygienic requirements for safety of processes of testing, storage, transportation, implementation, use, disposal, and utilization of pesticides and agrochemicals

SanPiN 1.2.976-00: Hygienic requirements for adult newspapers

SanPiN 1304-75: Sanitary norms of permissible vibrations in residential buildings

SanPiN 1974-79: Sanitary Regulations for the Design and Operation of Water Intakes Used in Potable/Nonpotable Water Supply Systems with Forced Replenishment of Underground Water Sources

SanPiN 2.1.1.012-99: Sanitary rules and regulations for the design of the construction of storage facilities for passenger individual vehicles in St. Petersburg

SanPiN 2.1.2.1002-00: Sanitation and Disease Control Requirements for Residential Occupancies and Spaces

SanPiN 2.1.2.2564-09: Hygienic requirements for the placement, arrangement, equipment, maintenance, sanitary and hygienic and anti-epidemic regime of health care organizations and social services intended for the elderly and disabled people, sanitary-hygienic and anti-epidemic

SanPiN 2.1.2.2631-10: Sanitary-epidemiological requirements for placing, organization, equipment, content, and mode of organizations of municipal and domestic purposes, providing hairdressing and beauty services

SanPiN 2.1.2.2645-10: Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for living conditions in residential buildings and premises

SanPiN 2.1.2.2646-10: Sanitary-epidemiological requirements for laundry ar-rangement, equipment, maintenance and working schedule

SanPiN 2.1.2.3150-13: Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for the placement, installation, equipment, maintenance and operation of baths and saunas

SanPiN 2.1.2.568-96: Hygienic requirements for the arrangement, exploitation and quality of water swimming pools

SanPiN 2.1.2.729-99: Polymer and polymer containing construction. Materials. Products and structures. Hygienic requirements

SanPiN 2.1.2882-11: Hygienic Requirements for Placement, Design, and Maintenance of Cemeteries and Cemetery Buildings and Structures

SanPiN 2.1.3.1375-03: Hygienic requirements for placement, arrangement, equipment and operation of hospitals, maternity homes and other health facilities

SanPiN 2.1.3.2630-10: Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for organizations engaged in medical activities

SanPiN 2.1.4.1074-01: Drinking water. Hygienic regulations of the water quality of centralized drinking water supply system. Quality control

SanPiN 2.1.4.1116-02: Potable Water. Hygienic Requirements for Quality of Bottled Water. Quality Control

SanPiN 2.1.4.559-96: Potable water. Hygienic requirements to water quality in centralized potable water systems. Quality control

SanPiN 2.1.5.2582-10: Sanitary-epidemiological requirements to protection of sea coastal waters from pollution in population water use places

SanPiN 2.1.5.980-00: Water diposal at inhabitted points. Sanitary protection of water bodies. Hygienic requirements to surface waters protection

SanPiN 2.1.6.575-96: Hygienic requirements for atmospheric air protection of the population aggregates

SanPiN 2.1.6.983-00: Atmospheric air and air in the enclosed rooms, sanitary air protection Hygienic requirements to quality assurance of atmospheric air in the populated areas

SanPiN 2.1.7.1287-03: Sanitary-epidemiologic requirements to soil quality

SanPiN 2.1.7.1322-03: Hygienic requirements regarding dumping and decontamination of industrial and consumable waste

SanPiN 2.1.7.2790-10: Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for the management of medical waste

SanPiN 2.1.7.573-96: Hygienic requirements to wastewater and sewage sludge which is used for land irrigation and fertilization

SanPiN 2.1.7.728-99: Soil inhabited localities purification domestic and industrial wastes. Sanitary protection of soil

SanPiN 2.1.8/2.2.4.1383-03: Hygienic requirements for allocation and exploitation of transmitting radio communication equipment

SanPiN 2.1.8/2.2.4.2489-09: Hypogeomagnetic fields in industrial, residential and public buildings, and facilities

SanPiN 2.2.0.555-96: Hygienic Requirements for the conditions of Work of Women

SanPiN 2.2.1/2.1.1.1031-01: Project work, construction, reconstruction and operation of enterprises, planning and development of inhabited areas. Sanitary protection zones and sanitary classification of enterprises, installations and other sites

SanPiN 2.2.1/2.1.1.1200-03: Sanitary-protective zones and sanitary classification of enterprises, constructions and other objects

SanPiN 2.2.1/2.1.1.1278-03: Health requirements for natural, artificial and mixed lighting of residential and public buildings

SanPiN 2.2.1/2.1.1.984-00: The design, construction, modernization and operation of enterprises, planning and development of residential areas. The Sanitary Protection Zones and

SanPiN 2.2.2.540-96: Technological processes rawstock materials and equipment hand tools. Hygienic requirements for hand tools and organization of work

SanPiN 2.2.2/2.4.1340-03: Hygienic requirements for personal electronic computers and work organization

SanPiN 2.2.2506-09: Hygienic requirements for dry cleaners for articles

SanPiN 2.2.2776-10: Hygienic requirements for the assessment of working conditions in the investigation of occupational diseases

SanPiN 2.2.2948-11: Hygienic requirements to organizations engaged in the extraction and processing of coal (oil shale), and to work organization

SanPiN 2.2.3.1384-03: Hygienic requirements to organizations of civil execution and civil works

SanPiN 2.2.3.2887-11: Hygienic requirements in the production and use of chrysotile and chrysotile-containing materials

SanPiN 2.2.3.757-99: Working with asbestos and asbestos-based materials

SanPiN 2.2.4.0-95: Hygiene requirements when working in conditions of constant magnetic fields

SanPiN 2.2.4.1294-03: Hygienic requirements for the air ion level of industrial and public facilities

SanPiN 2.2.4.1329-03: Requirements for Protection of Personnel Against the Effect of Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields

SanPiN 2.2.4.3483-17: Sanitary and epidemiological requirements to physical factors at working places in coal industry

SanPiN 2.2.4.548-96: Hygienic requirements to occupational microclimate

SanPiN 2.2.4.723-98: Power frequency magnetic field (50 Hz) in occupational environment

SanPiN 2.2.4/2.1.8.055-96: Physical Factors of the Industrial Environment. Physical Factors of the Ambient Medium Radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation (rf emr) Radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation (rf emr) under occupational and living conditions

SanPiN 2.2.8.47-03: Insulating suits for protection against radioactive and chemically toxic substances

SanPiN 2.2.8.48-03: Personal respiratory protection equipment for radiation and chemical hazardous production personnel

SanPiN 2.2.8.49-03: Personal protective equipment for the skin of personnel of radiation-hazardous production

SanPiN 2.3.2.1078-01: Sanitary requirements to safety and nutritive value of food products

SanPiN 2.3.2.1290-03: Hygienic Requirements for Organization of Production and Sale of Biologically-Active Food Additives

SanPiN 2.3.2.1940-05: Baby Food Organization

SanPiN 2.3.2.560-96: Hygienic requirements for the quality and safety of food raw materials and food

SanPiN 2.3.4.545-96: Production of bread, cakes and confectionaries

SanPiN 2.3.5.021-94: Sanitary Regulations for Food Product Stores

SanPiN 2.3.6.1079-01: Hygiene and Epidemiology Criteria for Public Catering Establishments and for the Preparation and Circulation By Them of Food Products and Raw Foodstuffs

SanPiN 2.4.1.1249-03: Sanitary andepidemiological requirements for organization, content and operating mode of preschool educational institutions

SanPiN 2.4.1.2660-10: Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for the device, content and organization of the mode of operation in pre-school organizations

SanPiN 2.4.1.3049-13: Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for the device, content and organization of the mode of operation of pre-school educational organizations

SanPiN 2.4.1.3147-13: Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for pre-school groups located in the residential premises of the housing stock

SanPiN 2.4.1201-03: Hygienic requirements to organization, maintenance, equipment and operation mode of specialised establishments for minors needing social rehabilitation

SanPiN 2.4.2.2821-10: Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for the conditions and organization of training in general education organizations

SanPiN 2.4.2.2842-11: Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for the design, maintenance and organization of work camps and recreation for adolescents

SanPiN 2.4.2.2843-11: Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for the design, maintenance and organization of children's sanatoriums

SanPiN 2.4.2.3286-15: Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for the conditions and organization of training and education in organizations carrying out educational activities on adapted basic general educational programs for students with disabilities

SanPiN 2.4.3.1186-03: Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for organization of training process in educational institutions of primary professional education

SanPiN 2.4.3259-15: Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for the design, maintenance and organization of the working hours of organizations for orphans and children left without parental care

SanPiN 2.4.4.1251-03: Sanitation and Disease Control Regulations for Facilities for Continuing Education of Children (Off-School Facilities)

SanPiN 2.4.4.2599-10: Hygienic requirements to organization, content and operation mode in childrens's sanitary institutions with day care during holidays

SanPiN 2.4.4.2605-10: Sanitary-epidemiological requirements for construction, maintenance, and organization of children's tent-type tourist camps during summer vacations

SanPiN 2.4.4.3048-13: Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for the organization and organization of work of children's camps of the tent type

SanPiN 2.4.4.3155-13: Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for the design, maintenance and organization of work of stationary organizations for the recreation and health of children

SanPiN 2.4.4.3172-14: Sanitation and Disease Control Regulations for Facilities for Continuing Education of Children (Off-School Facilities)

SanPiN 2.4.5.2409-08: Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for catering for students in general education institutions, institutions of primary and secondary vocational education

SanPiN 2.4.6.2553-09: Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for the safety of working conditions for workers under the age of 18

SanPiN 2.4.7.1166-02: Hygienic requirements for educational publications for general and primary vocational education

SanPiN 2.4.7.702-98: The hygiene requirements to textbookfor primary, comprehensivespecialized schools

SanPiN 2.4.7.960-00: Hygienic requirements for book and journal editions for children and teenagers

SanPiN 2.5.1.2423-08: Hygienic requirements to conditions of work and leisure of flight personnel of civil aviation

SanPiN 2.6.1.012-94: Production of consumer goods on the factories of the atomic industry

SanPiN 2.6.1.1015-01: Hygienic requirements for design and operation of radioisotope instruments

SanPiN 2.6.1.1192-03: Hygienic Requirements for the Design and Operation of X-Ray Rooms, X-Ray Equipment, and X-Ray Examinations

SanPiN 2.6.1.1281-03: Sanitary rules on the radiation safety of personnel and the public during transportation of radioactive materials (substances)

SanPiN 2.6.1.2368-08: Hygienic requirements for ensuring radiation safety during radiation therapy using open radionuclide sources

SanPiN 2.6.1.2369-08: Sanitary requirements for radiation safety during operation of ray inspection installations

SanPiN 2.6.1.2523-09: Norms of radiation safety

SanPiN 2.6.1.2573-10: Hygienic requirements for the placement and operation of electron accelerators with energies up to 100 MeV.

SanPiN 2.6.1.2622-10: Hygienic requirements for ensuring radiation safety at gas condensate storage facilities in underground tanks formed using nuclear explosive technology

SanPiN 2.6.1.2748-10: Hygienic requirements for ensuring radiation safety when working with sources of unused X-ray radiation

SanPiN 2.6.1.2749-10: Hygienic requirements for ensuring radiation safety when handling radioisotope thermoelectric generators

SanPiN 2.6.1.2800-10: Hygienic requirements for limiting public exposure through natural sources of ionizing radiation

SanPiN 2.6.1.2819-10: Ensuring the radiation safety of the population living in areas where (1965–1988) nuclear explosions are conducted for peaceful purposes

SanPiN 2.6.1.2891-11: Radiation safety requirements for the production, operation and decommissioning (disposal) of medical equipment containing ionizing radiation sources

SanPiN 2.6.1.3106-13: Hygienic requirements for ensuring radiation safety when using X-ray scanners for personal inspection of people

SanPiN 2.6.1.3164-14: Hygienic requirements for ensuring radiation safety during X-ray inspection

SanPiN 2.6.1.3239-14: Manufacturing and Use of Radioluminescent Light Sources and Products Using Gaseous Tritium

SanPiN 2.6.1.3287-15: Sanitary requirements for radioisotope instruments handling and design

SanPiN 2.6.1.3288-15: Hygienic requirements for ensuring radiation safety in the preparation and conduct of positron emission tomography

SanPiN 2.6.1.3289-15: Hygienic requirements for ensuring radiation safety when handling sources that generate x-rays at an accelerating voltage of up to 150 kV

SanPiN 2.6.1.3488-17: Hygienic requirements for provision of radiation safety during operation of ray inspection installations

SanPiN 2.6.1.993-00: Hygienic Requirements for Radiation Safety Assurance During the Processing and Sale of Scrap Metal

SanPiN 2.6.6.1169-02: Ensuring radiation safety in handling industrial waste with a high content of natural radionuclides at the facilities of the oil and gas complex of the Russian Federation

SanPiN 2605-82: Sanitary Regulations for Insolation for Residential and Public Buildings and Residential Developments

SanPiN 2640-82: Ordinance on Design and Operation of Sanitary Buffer Zones for Water Supply Sources and Potable/Nonpotable Water Supply Systems

SanPiN 2971-84: Sanitary Regulations for the Protection of the Public Against Electrical Fields Generated by Overhead Power Transmission Lines for Power Frequency Alternating Current

SanPiN 3.2.1333-03: Prevention of parasitic diseases in the Russian Federation

SanPiN 3.2.3215-14: Prevention of parasitic diseases in the territory of the Russian Federation

SanPiN 3.2.569-96: Prevention of parasitic diseases in the territory of the Russian Federation

SanPiN 3.5.2.1376-03: Sanitation and Disease Control Regulations for Organization and Performance of Insect Control Measures Against Synanthropic Arthropods

SanPiN 3.5.2.3472-17: Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for organization and carrying out of disinsection activities against arthopods having epidemiological and sanitary-hygienic value

SanPiN 3170-84: Maximum Content of Toxic Compounds in Industrial Wastes Requiring Classification of Such Wastes as Toxic

SanPiN 3907-85: Sanitary rules for design, construction and operation of reservoirs

SanPiN 42-128-4690-88: Sanitary Regulations of Maintenance of Populated Areas

SanPiN 4630-88: Sanitary rules and standards for preservation of surface waters against pollution

SanPiN 4631-88: Sanitary rules and standards for preservation of coastal sea water against pollution in areas of water use by population

SanPiN 4948-89: Sanitary norms of permissible levels of infrasound and low-frequency noise in the residential area

SN 2.2.4/2.1.8.583-96: Infrasound on work sites, in residential and public premises, and in housing estate territory

SN 2.5.2.047-96: Noise levels on board marine ships. Sanitary norms

SN 2.5.2.048-96: Vibration levels on board marine ships. Sanitary norms

SNiP 32-04-97: Railway and highway tunnels

SNiP 35-01-2001: Buildings accessibility for disabled population

SP 1.1.1058-01: Organization and procedures industrial monitoring of sanitary rules observance and sanitary epidemiological (preventive) measures

SP 1.2.006-93: Sanitary rules on the safety of working with microorganisms. Part 1. The procedure for issuing permits to work with microorganisms of pathogenicity groups I-IV and recombinant DNA molecules

SP 1.2.1170-02: Hygienic requirements to safety of agrochemicals

SP 1.3.1285-03: Safety work with microorganisms of I - II groups pathogenicity

SP 1.3.1318-03: The procedure for issuing a sanitary-epidemiological conclusion on the possibility of working with pathogens of human infectious diseases of groups I-IV pathogenicity (danger), genetically modified microorganisms, toxic substances of biological origin and

SP 1.3.1325-03: Safe Handling of Materials Infected or Potentially Infected with Wild Polio Virus

SP 1.3.2322-08: Safety of work with microorganisms of III-IV groups of pathogenicity (hazard) and agent of parasitogenic diseases

SP 1.3.3118-13: Operating safety with microorganisms of I-II risk (hazard) group

SP 101.13330.2012: Retaining walls, navigation locks, fish passing and fish protection facilities

SP 103.13330.2012: Protection of mines against ground or surface water

SP 127.13330.2017: Landfills for the disposal and burial of toxic industrial wastes. Basic provisions on design

SP 136.13330.2012: Buildings and structures. Common design regulations of accessibility for physically handicapped persons

SP 137.13330.2012: Residential environment with planning components, accessible for physicapped persons. Design rules

SP 139.13330.2012: Buildings and premises with working places for disebled rules of architectural design

SP 140.13330.2012: Urban environment. Design rules for people with limited mobility

SP 143.13330.2012: Rooms for leisure and sports and improving activity of low-mobile groups of the population. Rules of architectural design

SP 145.13330.2012: Boarding-Houses. Rules of architectural design

SP 147.13330.2012: Buildings for establishments of social service. Rules for reconstruction

SP 149.13330.2012: Reabilitation center for children and teenagers with limited possibilities rules of architectural design

SP 151.13330.2012: Engineering site investigations for nuclear power plants construction

SP 18.13330.2011: Master plans for industrial enterprises

SP 2.1.2.2844-11: Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for the device, equipment and maintenance of hostels for employees of organizations and students of educational institutions

SP 2.1.2.3304-15: Sanitary-epidemiological requirements for the arrangement, planning and maintenance of sport facilities

SP 2.1.2.3358-16: Sanitary-epidemiological requirements to arrangement, planning, outfitting, maintenance, sanitary-hygienic and antiepidemic work mode of social service organizations

SP 2.1.4.2625-10: Zones of sanitary protection of drinking water sources in Moscow City

SP 2.1.7.1386-03: Determining hazard class toxic production consumption waste

SP 2.2.1.1312-03: Occupational hygiene enterprise designing building reconstruction and maintenance. Hygienic requirements to the designing of new and reconstructible industrial enterprises

SP 2.2.1.2263-07: Sanitary regulations for a motor transportation company with a fueling station, filling and operating vehicles on dimethyl ether

SP 2.2.1.2513-09: Hygienic requirements for the placement, design, construction, operation and conversion of facilities for the destruction of chemical weapons, the reconstruction of buildings and structures and decommissioning of facilities for the storage of chemical wea

SP 2.2.1.3218-14: Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for the device, equipment and maintenance of experimental biological clinics (vivariums)

SP 2.2.1.3471-17: Sanitary-epidemiological requirements for the safety of enterprise personnel and the population of the surrounding areas in the test and disposal of solid-propellant rocket engine charges by combustion

SP 2.2.2.1327-03: Hygienic regulations for organization of technological processes, production equipment and working instrument

SP 2.2.9.2510-09: Hygienic requirements to working conditions for the disabled

SP 2.3.3.2892-11: Sanitary and hygienic requirements for the organization and work with methanol

SP 2.3.4.3258-15: Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for organizations for the production of bread, bakery and confectionery

SP 2.3.6.1066-01: Sanitation and Disease Control Regulations for Retail Sales Organizations and Turnover Capacity of Foodstuff and Food Products Therein

SP 2.5.1198-03: Sanitary regulations for the organization of passenger transportation by rail

SP 2.5.1277-03: Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for the transport by rail of organized children's groups

SP 2.5.1334-03: Sanitary rules for the design, deployment and operation of the depot for the repair of railway rolling stock

SP 2.5.1335-03: Sanitary rules for formations of special-purpose railway transport

SP 2.5.1336-03: Sanitary regulations for design, construction and reconstruction of locomotives and special rolling stock of railway transport

SP 2.5.1337-03: Sanitary rules for underground railways operation

SP 2.5.3157-14: Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for the transportation by rail of organized groups of children

SP 2.6.1.01-04: Ensuring the radiation safety of the ports of the Russian Federation when nuclear vessels, nuclear technology service vessels and floating power units of nuclear power plants enter and stop there

SP 2.6.1.1282-03: Hygienic Requirements for Design and Operation of Sources Generating X-Radiation at Accelerating Voltage from 10 to 100 kV

SP 2.6.1.1283-03: Radiation safety of X-ray inspection.

SP 2.6.1.1284-03: Ensuring radiation safety during radionuclide inspection

SP 2.6.1.1292-03: Hygienic Requirements for Limiting Public Exposure to Natural Sources of Ionizing Radiation

SP 2.6.1.1310-03: Hygienic requirements for design, equipment and operation of radon laboratories, departments of radon therapy.

SP 2.6.1.2154-06: Ensuring Radiation Safety in the Comprehensive Disposal of Nuclear Submarines

SP 2.6.1.2205-07: Ensuring Radiation Safety During Decommissioning of a Nuclear Power Plant Unit

SP 2.6.1.2216-07: Sanitary protection zone monitoring radiation facilities. Operating conditions and justification of borders

SP 2.6.1.2612-10: Basic sanitary rules for radiation safety

SP 2.6.1.3241-14: Hygienic requirements to radiation safety assurance during radionuclide examination

SP 2.6.1.3247-15: Hygienic requirements to arrangement, planning, outfitting and operating of radonic laboratories, radonotherapy units

SP 2.6.4.1115-02: Hygienic Requirements for Work with Activated Materials and Products when Determining their Wear and Corrosion

SP 2.6.6.1168-02: Sanitary rules for radioactive wastes handling

SP 2.6.6.2572-2010: Ensuring radiation safety in treatment of industrial wastes of nuclear power plants, containing man-made radionuclides

SP 253.1325800.2016: High-rise buildings utilities

SP 267.1325800.2016: High rise buildings and complexes. Design rules

SP 281.1325800.2016: Boiler rooms integrated in building by general power to 360 kW. Rules of planning and device

SP 3.1.1.1117-02: Prevention of acute intestinal infections

SP 3.1.1.1118-02: Poliomyelitis prophylactics

SP 3.1.1.2137-06: Prophylaxis of typhoid and paratypoid fever

SP 3.1.1.2341-08: Prophylactics of virus hepatite B

SP 3.1.1.2343-08: Poliomyelitis prophylactics during the postcertified period

SP 3.1.1.2521-09: Prevention of cholera. General requirements for the epidemiological surveillance of cholera in the territory of the Russian Federation

SP 3.1.1.3108-13: Prevention of acute intestinal infections

SP 3.1.1.3473-17: Typhoid fever and paratyphoid fever prevention

SP 3.1.1086-02: Prevention of cholera. General requirements for epidemiological surveillance of cholera

SP 3.1.1275-03: Prevention of infectious diseases with endoscopic manipulations

SP 3.1.1295-03: Tuberculosis prevention

SP 3.1.2.1108-02: Prevention of diphtheria

SP 3.1.2.1203-03: Prevention of Streptococcal (Group A) Infection

SP 3.1.2.1319-03: Prevention of influenza

SP 3.1.2.1320-03: Prevention of Pertussis Infection

SP 3.1.2.1321-03: Preventing of meningococcal

SP 3.1.2.2156-06: Prevention of meningococcal disease.

SP 3.1.2.2512-09: Preventing of meningococcal

SP 3.1.2.2626-10: Preventing of legionellosis

SP 3.1.2.3109-13: Prevention of diphtheria

SP 3.1.2.3113-13: Prevention of tetanus

SP 3.1.2.3114-13: Tuberculosis Prevention

SP 3.1.2.3116-13: Prevention of community-acquired pneumonia

SP 3.1.2.3117-13: Prevention of influenza and other acute respiratory viral infections

SP 3.1.2.3149-13: Prevention of Streptococcal (Group A) Infection

SP 3.1.2.3162-14: Prevention of Whooping Cough

SP 3.1.2260-07: Accounting, storage, transmission and transportation of materials infected or potentially infected with wild poliovirus

SP 3.1.2825-10: Prevention of viral hepatitis A

SP 3.1.2950-11: Facility Security Systems. Graphic Symbols for System Components

SP 3.1.2952-11: Prevention of measles, rubella and mumps

SP 3.1.3.2352-08: Prophylactics of tick-borne virus encephalitis

SP 3.1.3112-13: Prevention of viral hepatitis C

SP 3.1.3263-15: Prevention of infectious diseases with endoscopic interventions

SP 3.1.3310-15: Prevention of tick-borne infections

SP 3.1.3525-18: Prevention of Chicken Pox and Shingles

SP 3.1.5.2826-10: HIV prevention

SP 3.1.7.2492-09: On prevention of plague

SP 3.1.7.2613-10: Prevention of brucellosis

SP 3.1.7.2614-10: Prevention of hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome

SP 3.1.7.2615-10: Prevention of yersiniosis

SP 3.1.7.2616-10: Prevention of salmonellosis

SP 3.1.7.2627-10: Prevention of rabies in humans

SP 3.1.7.2629-10: Prevention of anthrax

SP 3.1.7.2642-10: Prevention tularemia

SP 3.1.7.2811-10: Prevention of coxiellosis (Q fever)

SP 3.1.7.2815-10: Ornithosis Prevention

SP 3.1.7.2817-10: Prevention of listeriosis in humans

SP 3.1.7.3148-13: Prevention of Crimean hemorrhagic fever

SP 3.1.7.3465-17: Plague Prevention

SP 3.1.958-99: Prevention of viral hepatitis. General requirements for the epidemiological surveillance of viral hepatitis

SP 3.1/3.2.3146-13: General requirements for the prevention of infectious and parasitic diseases

SP 3.2.3110-13: Enterobiasis Prevention

SP 3.3.2.1120-02: Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for the transportation, storage and release of medical immunobiological preparations used for immunoprophylaxis to citizens, by pharmacies and healthcare institutions

SP 3.3.2.1248-03: Specifications for Transportation and Storage of Medical Immunobiological Preparations

SP 3.3.2.3332-16: Conditions for storage and transportation of medical immunobiological preparations

SP 3.3.2342-08: Provision of immunization safety

SP 3.3.2367-08: On organizing immunoprophlaxis of infectious diseases

SP 3.4.2318-08: Sanitary defence of the territory of the Russian Federation

SP 3.5.1378-03: Sanitation and Disease Control Regulations for Organization and Execution of Disinfecting Activity

SP 3.5.3.3223-14: Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for the organization and conduct of deratization activities

SP 31-108-2002: Refuse ducts for residential and public buildings and structures.

SP 320.1325800.2017: Polygons for solid communal waste. Projecting, operation and reclamation

SP 34-106-98: Underground storage of gas, oil and refined products. To replace VSN 51-5-85

SP 373.1325800.2018: Independent heat supply sources. Design rules

SP 42.13330.2011: Urban development. Urban and rural planning and development

SP 43.13330.2012: Structures for industrial installations

SP 47.13330.2012: Engineering survey for construction. Basic principles

SP 59.13330.2012: Accessibility of buildings and structures for persons with disabilities and persons with reduced mobility

SP 59.13330.2016: Accessibility of buildings and structures for persons with reduced mobility

SP 89.13330.2012: Combustion boiler systems of heating generation

SP 89.13330.2016: Boiler installations

SP 93.13330.2016: Protective structures of civil defense in underground mine workings

SP AS 03: Sanitary rules for design and operation of nuclear power plants

ST SSFZhT TsL 040-99: Services provided to passengers on federal railway transport. Typical methodology for assessing compliance with services requirements

ST SSFZhT TsM 025-2001: Services provided on the federal railway transport for the carriage of goods. Certification requirements

TSN 11-302-97: Instructions on content, order of development and coordinated approval of Section "Environmental Protection" in town-planning documentation of Nizhny Novgorod Region

TSN 11-303-2001: Procedure for Preparation for Construction in the Moscow Region During the Pre-Design and Design Phases

TSN 30-304-2000: City of Moscow Planning and Development Code

TU 5859-002-59565714-2012: Concrete protective flexible universal slabs

VMR 2.1.3.2365-08: Temporary recommended practice for the placement, arrangement and equipment of centers of high medical technologies

Federal Law 190-FZ: About heat supply

Federal Law 196-FZ: Traffic Safety

Federal Law 216-FZ: On innovative scientific and technological centers and on amendments to certain legislative acts of the Russian Federation

Federal Law 232-FZ: On Amendments to the Town Planning Code of the Russian Federation and Certain Legislative Acts of the Russian Federation

Federal Law 412-FZ: On accreditation in the national accreditation system

Federal Law 73-FZ: On objects of cultural heritage (historical and cultural monuments) of the peoples of the Russian Federation

GN 2.1.7.2726-10: Maximum allowable level (MAL) of pollution with arsenic of wastes of metal structures of the facilities for disposal of blistering agents

GOST R 51142-2019: Household services. Hairdressing and beauty salons. General specifications

GOST R 58329-2018: Rules for the operation of main condensate pipelines and product pipelines

GOST R 58367-2019: Arrangement of oil fields on land. Technological design

GOST R 58391-2019: Pigments for cosmetic tattooing. Safety requirements

GOST R 58392-2019: Household services. Services in the manufacture of coffins for burial and cremation. General technical requirements

GOST R 58393-2019: Professional cleaning services - cleaning services. Cleaning in medical organizations. General requirements

GOST R 58394-2019: Professional cleaning services - cleaning services. Cleaning at industrial enterprises. General technical requirements

GOST R 58404-2019: Filling stations and complexes. Technical Operation Rules

GOST R 58420-2019: Services to the public. Zoo services. The content of predatory animals. General requirements

GOST R 58421-2019: Services to the public. Mini zoos with tamed animals. General requirements

I 101-01: Accreditation system for laboratories of the State Sanitary and Epidemiological Service of the Russian Federation. Accreditation Rules. Guidelines for accreditation. General Provisions

ITS 11-2016: Aluminum production

ITS 11-2019: Aluminum production

ITS 15-2016: Recycling and disposal of waste (except for thermal disposal of waste (waste incineration)

ITS 44-2017: Food production

ITS 46-2019: Reducing emissions of pollutants, discharges of pollutants during storage and warehousing of goods (goods)

ITS 9-2015: Thermal waste disposal (incineration)

Letter 15-2/10/B-2842: On conducting medical examinations of workers during the period of validity of restrictions related to the spread of coronavirus infection

Letter 15-2/10/B-2842: On conducting medical examinations of workers during the period of validity of restrictions related to the spread of coronavirus infection

Manual for SNiP 11-01-95: Guide to SNiP 11-01-95 on the development of the section of project documentation "Environmental Protection"

Manual for SNiP 11-01-95: The manual on the initial requirements for the development of design documentation for equipment of individual production (to SNiP 11-01-95)

Manual for SNiP 11-01-95: A collection of explanations of certain provisions and the contents of paragraphs of the Instructions on the procedure for the development, coordination, approval and preparation of project documents for the construction of enterprises, buildings and structures of SNiP 11-01-95 (Questions and Answers)

Manual for SNiP 11-01-95: A guide to SNiP 11-01-95 on the development of a section of project documentation "Organization and working conditions of workers. Production and enterprise management"

MI II.INT-14.01-2018: Method for measuring the parameters of ionizing radiation for the purpose of a special assessment of working conditions

MosSanPiN 2.1.2.043-98: Hygienic requirements to the design, equipment and maintenance of hotels of Moscow

MR 1.2.0134-18: The procedure for the selection of samples (samples) of toys and products intended for children and adolescents, the organization of their testing (research) and evaluation, data reporting in order to ensure state supervision in the field of ensuring the quality and safety of non-food products

MR 1.2.0141-18: Substantiation of terms for safe access of people to pesticide-treated areas for agricultural work

MR 2.1.6.0157-19: Formation of programs for monitoring the quality of atmospheric air and quantitative assessment of population exposure for the tasks of social and hygienic monitoring

MR 2.2.0138-18: Assessment of occupational risk in chemical industries

MR 2.2.9.0148-19: Risk assessment of the development of distress in workers in hazardous working conditions

MR 2.3.7.0153-19: Assessment of the quality of food products and assessment of the population's access to domestic food products, contributing to the elimination of macro- and

MR 2.4.0130-18: Equipment and organization of work of children's playrooms located in shopping and cultural-leisure centers, pavilions and other non-residential buildings

MR 2.4.4.0127-18: Methodology for assessing the effectiveness of rehabilitation in stationary organizations for recreation and rehabilitation of children

MR 2.4.5.0131-18: Practical aspects of the organization of rational nutrition for children and adolescents, the organization of nutrition monitoring

MR 3.1.0140-18: Nonspecific prevention of influenza and other acute respiratory infections

MR 3.1.2.0135-18: Genetic monitoring of measles and rubella virus circulation

MR 4.2.0160-19: Determination of the sensitivity of the main pathogens of purulent bacterial meningitis (meningococcus, pneumococcus, Haemophilus influenzae) to antibacterial drugs by the diffuse method of E-tests

MR 4.4.0136-18: Molecular genetic studies in the monitoring of enterovirus infection

MR 5.1.0158-19: Assessment of the economic efficiency of the implementation of measures to reduce the levels of air pollution based on the assessment of the risk to public health

MR FTs/2174: Identification of genetically modified sources (GMI) in plant foods by the AmpliSens Plant-screen test system

MRR 6.1.02-19: Environmental Activities

MU 1.1.3544-18: Development and implementation of sanitary and anti-epidemic (preventive) measures based on risk analysis for human health

MU 1.1.3545-18: Methods for the accelerated determination of Campylobacter bacteria in food products and evaluation of their antibiotic resistance

MU 2.1.5.720-98: Substantiation of hygienic standards for chemicals in the water of water bodies of drinking and cultural and domestic water use

MU 2.1.9 000-2000: Determination of the scope and procedure for compensation for harm to the health of citizens due to violations of sanitary legislation (Part 1. Aerogenic component)

MU 2.5.3549-19: Ensuring sanitary and epidemiological well-being during the transportation by rail of convicts and persons in custody

MU 2.6.1.34-2004: Organization of emergency radiation monitoring of external exposure of personnel during work at nuclear hazardous sites of enterprises of the Ministry of Atomic Energy of Russia. General requirements

MU 2000/34: Classification of mineral waters and therapeutic muds for certification purposes

MU 3.1.1.2363-08: Epidemiological inspectorate and prophylaxis of enterovirus (nepolio) infections. Methodical instructions

MU 3.4.2126-06: Organization and implementation of measures for the prevention of plague at checkpoints across the state border of the Russian Federation

MU 4784-88: Guidelines for the chromatographic measurement of the concentrations of alkylnaphthalenes (thermolane) in the air of the working area

MU 4785-88: Guidelines for the photometric measurement of ammonia and formaldehyde concentrations with the joint presence of a working zone in air

MU 4786-88: Guidelines for gas chromatographic measurement of concentrations of 4-bromo-o-xylene in the air of the working area

MU 4787-88: Guidelines for the photometric measurement of the concentrations of N, N'-bis (trimethyl) -2,5-dimethyl-n-methylenediammonium chloride in the air of the working area

MU 4788-88: Guidelines for gas chromatographic measurement of concentrations of 3-bromobenzaldehyde in the air of the working area

MU 4789-88: Guidelines for gas chromatographic measurement of the concentration of 2-bromopropane, 2-bromobutane, 2-bromopentane in the air of the working area

MU 4790-88: Guidelines for gas chromatographic measurement of dactal concentrations in the air of the working area

MU 4791-88: Guidelines for the photometric measurement of the concentrations of disulformin in the air of the working area

MU 4792-88: Guidelines for measuring the concentration of 2,2-dipyridyl in the air of the working area by thin layer chromatography

MU 4793-88: Guidelines for measuring the concentration of 4,4-dipyridyl in the air of the working zone by thin layer chromatography

MU 4794-88: Guidelines for gas chromatographic measurement of the concentration of isophthalic acid dichloran hydride in the air of the working area

MU 4795-88: Guidelines for gas chromatographic measurement of the concentration of terephthalic acid dichlorohydride in the air of the working area

MU 4796-88: Guidelines for the polarographic measurement of concentrations of iron, titanium, molybdenum, chromium (III - VI) and vanadium in the air of the working area

MU 4797-88: Guidelines for the photometric measurement of the concentration of ammonium imidosulfonate in the air of the working area

MU 4798-88: Guidelines for the photometric measurement of dye concentrations of brown caprozole 4 K in the air of the working area

MU 4799-88: Guidelines for the photometric measurement of the concentrations of cubic red dye 2 Ж in the air of the working area

MU 4800-88: Guidelines for photometric measurement of the total concentration of the components N-353 and EFIRA-353 in the air of the working area

MU 4801-88: Guidelines for the photometric measurement of lagodenum concentrations in the air of the working area

MU 4803-88: Guidelines for measuring the concentration of captax in the air of the working area by thin layer chromatography

MU 4804-88: Guidelines for the photometric measurement of the concentrations of the copper complex of the trisodium salt of nitrilotrimethylphosphonic acid in the air of the working area

MU 4805-88: Guidelines for photometric measurement of concentrations of 2-methyl-6-ethylaniline in the air of the working area

MU 4806-88: Guidelines for the photometric measurement of the concentrations of N, N'-methylenebis- (beta-vinylsulfonylpropionamide) in the air of the working area

MU 4807-88: Guidelines for gas chromatographic measurement of methylheptenone concentrations in the air of the working area

MU 4808-88: Guidelines for gas chromatographic measurement of concentrations of 2,3,4,6-diacetone-2-keto-L-gulonic acid monohydrate in the air of the working area

MU 4809-88: Guidelines for measuring the concentration of aluminum oxide in the air of the working area by atomic absorption spectrophotometry

MU 4810-88: Guidelines for measuring the concentration of calcium oxide in the air of the working area by atomic absorption spectrophotometry

MU 4811-88: Guidelines for measuring concentrations of rubidium - silver pentaodistium by flame photometry in the air of the working area

MU 4813-88: Guidelines for the photometric measurement of concentrations of sulfamic acid in the air of the working area

MU 4814-88: Guidelines for the photometric measurement of tricresol concentrations in the air of the working area

MU 4815-88: Guidelines for gas chromatographic measurement of concentrations of tetraethylene glycol and pentaethylene glycol in the air of the working area

MU 4816-88: Guidelines for the photometric measurement of trichloroaniline concentrations in the air of the working area

MU 4817-88: Guidelines for gas chromatographic measurement of concentrations of 1,4,5-trichloroanthraquinone in the air of the working area

MU 4818-88: Guidelines for the photometric measurement of phenasal concentrations in the air of the working area

MU 4819-88: Guidelines for fluorimetric measurement of the concentration of 3- (1-phenyl-2-acetyl-ethyl) 4-hydroxycoumarin (zoocoumarin) in the air of the working area

MU 4821-88: Guidelines for the photometric measurement of furagin concentrations in the air of the working area

MU 4822-88: Guidelines for photometric measurement of the concentration of chlorosulfuron in the air of the working zone by thin layer chromatography

MU 4823-88: Guidelines for the photometric measurement of the concentration of copper oxychloride in the air of the working area

MU 4824-88: Guidelines for photometric measurement of concentrations of 2-chloro-5- (3 ', 5'-dicarbomethoxyphenylsulfamido) aniline in the air of the working area

MU 4825-88: Guidelines for the photometric measurement of concentrations of 1-cyan-2-aminocyclopentene-1,2 in the air of the working area

MU 4826-88: Guidelines for the photometric measurement of the concentrations of ethylidene norbornene and vinyl norbornene in the air of the working area

MU 5.1.008-01: The order and methodology for the implementation of industrial control over compliance with sanitary rules and the implementation of sanitary and anti-epidemic (preventive) measures at the enterprises of the food industry, public catering, food trade

MUK 4.1.013-18: Method for measuring the mass fraction of 4-aminobenzoic acid in soil samples by the photometric method

MUK 4.1.015-18: Method for measuring the mass concentration of allyl alcohol in the air of the working zone by the photometric method

MUK 4.1.016-18: The method of measuring the mass concentration of gamma-polyoxymethylene in water samples of water bodies of drinking, cultural and domestic water use by Photometric method

MUK 4.1.017-18: Method for measuring the mass concentration of gamma-polyoxymethylene in the atmospheric air of populated areas by the photometric method

MUK 4.1.018-18: Method for measuring the mass fraction of gamma-polyoxymethylene in soil samples by the photometric method

MUK 4.1.026-18: The method of measuring the mass concentration of triethyl-O-acetyl citrate in water samples of water bodies of drinking, cultural and domestic water use by gas chromatography

MUK 4.1.027-18: Method for measuring the mass fraction of triethyl-O-acetyl citrate in soil samples by gas chromatography

MUK 4.1.028-18: Method for measuring the mass concentration of the main lead-nickel salt of phthalic acid in the air of the working zone by atomic absorption spectrometry with electrothermal atomization

MUK 4.1.029-18: Method for measuring the mass concentration of the main lead-nickel salt of phthalic acid in the atmospheric air of populated areas by atomic absorption spectrometry with electrothermal atomization

MUK 4.1.030-18: Method for measuring the mass concentration of the main lead-nickel salt of phthalic acid in water samples of water bodies of domestic, drinking and cultural water use by atomic absorption spectrometry with electrothermal atomization

MUK 4.1.031-18: Method for measuring the mass fraction of the main lead-nickel salt of phthalic acid in soil samples by high-performance ion-exchange chromatography

MUK 4.1.3547-19: Determination of 3-monochloropropanediol, 2-monochloropropanediol and glycidol in edible vegetable oils and animal fats

NTP 10-12976-2000*: Norms of technological design of enterprises of the alcohol industry

ODM 218.6.034-2019: Recommendations for designing motorway backups on approaches to large cities

ODM 218.8.012-2019: Guidelines (guidance) on the predictive assessment of environmental impact during the construction and operation of public roads

Order 114: On the implementation of the sanitary-epidemiological rules and standards "Hygienic requirements for ensuring radiation safety in the procurement and sale of scrap metal"

Order 204: On officials of the Ministry of the Environment and Natural Resources of the Russian Federation and its territorial bodies exercising the authority to protect, control and regulate the use of wildlife and their habitats

Order 381: About the forms of standard documents used by the centers of Sanitary Inspection

Order 509: About the fee for the use of objects of the animal world and its maximum size

Order 521: On the procedure for maintaining state accounting, the state cadastre and state monitoring of wildlife

Order 570: On approval of the procedure for issuing permits for the acclimatization, resettlement or hybridization of hunting resources, refusal to issue them or their cancellation, the form of such permission, as well as the procedure for maintaining the state register of permits for the acclimatization, relocation or hybridization of hunting resources

Order 753: On approval of lists of acts containing mandatory requirements, the compliance with which is assessed during control measures during federal state control (supervision) in the field of fisheries and the preservation of aquatic biological resources and state supervision of merchant shipping in terms of ensuring the safety of navigation of fishing vessels in fishing areas at fishing

P SSFZhT TsL 25-99: Rules for certification of services provided to passengers on the federal railway transport

PNST 406-2020: Green standards. Monocrystalline photovoltaic modules. Criteria and indicators to confirm the conformity of "green" products

PNST 409-2020: Green standards. Lighting devices for real estate objects. Criteria and indicators for confirming the conformity of "green" products

POT R M-005-97: Intersectoral labor protection rules for heat treatment of metals

POT RZhD-4100612-TsT-025-2012: Rules for labor protection during operation of locomotives of Russian Railways

R 52.18.873-2018: The procedure for calculating control levels of radionuclides in bottom sediments of marine water bodies

Regulation 10: On measures to prevent influenza and acute respiratory viral infections in the epidemic season 2019 - 2020

Regulation 2: Conducting a measles immunization against measles in the Russian Federation

Regulation 5: On additional measures to reduce the risks of importation and spread of a new coronavirus infection (2019-nCoV)

Regulation 6: On additional measures to reduce the risks of the spread of COVID-2019

Regulation 7: On ensuring a isolation regime to prevent the spread of COVID-2019

Regulation 8: On strengthening supervision of the production and turnover of dietary supplements

Regulation 9: About additional measures to prevent the spread of COVID-2019

Resolution 117: On measures for the prevention of influenza and acute respiratory viral infections in the epidemiological season of 2011-2012

Resolution 34: On measures aimed at eliminating acute hepatitis B in the Russian Federation

Resolution 43: On measures for the prevention of influenza and acute respiratory viral infections in the epidemiological season 2012-2013

Resolution 92: On measures to prevent influenza and acute respiratory viral infections in the epidemic season 2017 - 2018

RMD 11-08-2009 SPb: Guidelines for preparation of capital construction projects in St. Petersburg City

RMD 11-08-2009 St. Petersburg: Guide to the design preparation of capital construction in St. Petersburg

SanPiN 2.1.2/3041-96: Sanitаri rules and nоrms for infrastructure facilities and maintenance of centres for temporary location of foreign citizens, peoplewithout citizenship and refugees

SanPiN 2.1.7.3550-19: Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for the maintenance of territories of municipalities

SanPiN 2.1.7.3550-19: Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for the maintenance of territories of municipalities

SanPiN 2.4.7/1.1.1286-03: Hygienic requirements for clothing for children, adolescents, and adults

SanPiN 4396-87: Sanitary norms for permissible sound volume of sound reproducing and sound amplifying devices in enclosed spaces and in open areas

SP 18.13330.2019: Production facilities. Planning organization of the land plot (Master plans of industrial enterprises) SNiP II-89-80 *

SP 2.1.8.3565-19: Separate sanitary and epidemiological requirements for assessing noise from aircraft overflights

SP 2.6.12040-05: Ensuring radiation safety in the design, construction, operation and decommissioning of nuclear vessels

SP 3.1.3542-18: Prevention of meningococcal infection

SP 3.1/2.4.3598-20: Sanitary and Epidemiological Requirements for the Design, Maintenance and Organization of Work of Educational Organizations and Other Social Infrastructure Facilities for Children and Youth in the Context of the Spread of a New Coronavirus Infection (COVID-19)

SP 338.1325800.2018: High-speed railways noise protection. Design and construction regulations

SP 342.1325800.2017: Protection of railway track and structures from the adverse natural phenomena. Rules of engineering and construction

SP 350.1326000.2018: Norms for technological design of sea ports

SP 396.1325800.2018: Streets and roads of settlements. Urban Planning Rules

SP 401.1325800.2018: Buildings and complexes are high-rise. Urban Planning Rules

SP 417.1325800.2018: Buildings of railway stations. Design rules

SP 421.1325800.2018: Reclamation systems and facilities. Terms of Use

SP 441.1325800.2019: Protection of buildings against vibration generated by rail. Design rules

SP 450.1325800.2019: Agro-industrial clusters. Design rules

SP 453.1325800.2019: Artificial high-speed railway lines. Design and construction rules

SP 463.1325800.2019: Buildings of river and sea stations. Design rules

SP 463.1325800.2019: Buildings of river and sea stations. Design rules

SP 465.1325800.2019: Buildings and constructions. Subway vibration protection. Design rules

SP 476.1325800.2020: Territories of urban and rural settlements. Rules for the planning, development and improvement of residential neighborhoods

SP 48.13330.2019: Organization of construction. SNiP 12-01-2004

TSN 11-301-2004: Regulation on the procedure for the rehabilitation of unauthorized landfills in the city of Moscow

TSN 12-311-2001: Rules for acceptance and commissioning of completed construction projects in the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug

TSN 22-303-2001: Ensuring radiation safety of the population from the effects of natural radionuclides during the construction of facilities in the Perm region

TSN 23-354-2004 MO: Requirements for ensuring radiation safety during construction in the Moscow region

TSN 31-305-97 NN: Radiation and environmental surveys for the design and construction of residential and public buildings. Nizhny Novgorod Region

VNP-10041-2002: Departmental norms and rules for creating coastal fishing enterprises. Treatment facilities

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