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About our Standards

A Kenyan Standard is document established by consensus and approved by the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS), that provides, for common and repeated use, rules, guidelines or characteristics for products and services and related processes or production methods, aimed at the achievement of the optimum degree of order in a given context. It may also include or deal exclusively with terminology, symbols, packaging, marking or labelling requirements as they apply to a product, process or production method. Standards, therefore, help to make sure that products and services are fit for their purpose and are comparable and compatible.

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Standards under Public Review Standards Proposed for adoption Standards under systematic Review
  •  Textle and Leather
  • Chemical
  • Food and Agriculture
   

Technical Commitee

To Be updated

Technical Commitee


Information About Our Standards

Gazette Notice No 7409 Vol CXVINo 123 17th October 2014
 
Gazette Notice No 7905 Vol CXVI-No 129 31st Oct 2014

Approved list of confimations withdrawals SAC Sept 2014 2014
 
 

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Biosafety issues and Activities in
Kenya

WTO/TBT National enquiry point

The Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) is a National Standards Body with an overall mandate to promote standardization in industry and trade through standards development, conformity assessment, testing and metrology. It aims at providing standards based solutions that deliver quality and confidence to the consumers.

Biosafety is a concept that refers to measures put in place to mitigate or protect human health and the environment from possible adverse effects of the products of modern biotechnology. 

Biosafety issues and Activities in Kenya

 

Issuing notifications

The National Enquiry Point issues notifications to the WTO secretariat concerning;

  • Impending implementation of new or revised technical regulations in the country.
  • Code of Good Practice on the preparation, adoption, and application of standards and conformity assessment procedures.
  • Statements of Implementation and Administration of the TBT Agreement.
  • Bilateral or Plurilateral agreements.

WTO/TBT National enquiry point


Codex Executive Committee

What is CODEX?  The Codex Alimentarius or "Food Code" was established by FAO and the World Health Organization in 1963 to develop harmonised international food standards, which protect consumer health and promote fair practices in food trade.

It is about safe, good food for everyone - everywhere.  Read more about Codex Executive Committee 

 

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