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Parties are also asked to submit samples of unique identification markings and their encoding structures. QUESTION Y/N COMMENT   Unique identification markings     21 How are / will be the unique identification markings for the tracking and tracing system generated?   (...) Please provide as much detail as possible 26 Please explain the encoding structure of the unique identification markings along with an example of current unique identification markings   Please provide as much detail as possible (e.g. any limitations on permitted character set(s), length, etc.) 27 Does / will the system recognise unique identification markings from other jurisdictions?  
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Score: 1168283.2 - https://www.who.int/fctc/repor...WGTT_1_3_questionnaire_EN.docx
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Its primary goal was to develop a system to fix a unique identifier on railway rolling stock in accordance with the provisions in the Luxembourg Rail Protocol to the Cape Town Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment of 2007. 2. (...) The Terms of reference for the Group (ECE/TRANS/2020/15) set out a number of key activities to be undertaken during the mandate: (a) Identify methodologies, tools and good practices for evaluating optimal mechanisms for marking railway rolling stock with unique identifiers to ensure that the marking is compatible with requirements under the Luxembourg Rail Protocol; (b) shape open standards for the Unique Rail Vehicle Identification System (URVIS) application among the relevant stakeholders; (c) set out recommendations and draft protocols for a range of qualifying rolling stock marking systems with unique identifiers, taking into account the wide range of equipment potentially to be marked, the need to be flexible to adapt to future technological developments and balancing cost with effectiveness; (d) consider and recommend protocols on private and public access to the unique identifier, in particular when these are accessible remotely. (...) Activity D: Consider and recommend protocols on private and public access to the unique identifier, in particular when these are accessible remotely 15.
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Score: 1099963.5 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...-TRANS-SC.2-PIRRS-2022-11e.pdf
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Its primary goal was to develop a system to fix a unique identifier on railway rolling stock in accordance with the provisions in the Luxembourg Rail Protocol to the Cape Town Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment of 2007. 2. (...) The Terms of reference for the Group (ECE/TRANS/2020/15) set out a number of key activities to be undertaken during the mandate: (a) Identify methodologies, tools and good practices for evaluating optimal mechanisms for marking railway rolling stock with unique identifiers to ensure that the marking is compatible with requirements under the Luxembourg Rail Protocol; (b) shape open standards for the Unique Rail Vehicle Identification System (URVIS) application among the relevant stakeholders; (c) set out recommendations and draft protocols for a range of qualifying rolling stock marking systems with unique identifiers, taking into account the wide range of equipment potentially to be marked, the need to be flexible to adapt to future technological developments and balancing cost with effectiveness; (d) consider and recommend protocols on private and public access to the unique identifier, in particular when these are accessible remotely. (...) Activity D: Consider and recommend protocols on private and public access to the unique identifier, in particular when these are accessible remotely 15.
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Score: 1099963.5 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...2-PIRRS-2022-11e%20%281%29.pdf
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Mark net weight Packaging should be marked with net weight. (...) Uniform Code Council (UCC) format Markings according to UCC format are required. System of coding products where by each item/multipack case type is uniquely identified. A unique manufacturer Id is assigned by the UCC. Mark free text Packaging should be marked with free text.
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Score: 1095016.8 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...arkingInstructionCode_D09B.xsd
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Selling, without bearing applicable fiscal stamps, unique identification markings, or any other required markings or labels, of: tobacco? (...) Shipping, without bearing applicable fiscal stamps, unique identification markings, or any other required markings or labels, of: tobacco? (...) tobacco packaging bearing false unique identification markings? tobacco packaging bearing false other required markings or labels?
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Score: 1085421.1 - https://www.who.int/fctc/proto...sment_checklist_Sep2013_EN.pdf
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Each Party will also have to ensure that cigarette packages bear unique, secure and non- removable identification markings within five years of the Protocol entering into force for that Party; for other tobacco products the deadline is 10 years. (...) To elaborate a comprehensive report compiling good practices and experiences on the implementation of tracking and tracing systems (Article 8.1) as well as unique identification markings for cigarette packets and packages (Article 8.3); 2. (...) Mandate The working group should compile an overview of good practices employed by Parties willing to participate in this exercise, as regards the implementation of tracking and tracing systems (Article 8.1) as well as unique identification markings for cigarette packets and packages (Article 8.3) at the national or regional level.
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Score: 1071093.75 - https://www.who.int/fctc/protocol/mop/FCTC_MOP1(6).pdf
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locale=en http://www.certipedia.com/ Appendix Test Mark Features March 2022 TÜV Rheinland, Gabi Kimura6 DESIGN Unique design distinguishes TÜV Rheinland’s test mark from all other marks. Unique features. 32 1 4 KEYWORDS Keywords focus on core messages, e.g. quality. (...) Directly check what is behind the test mark and how was the product tested? ID NUMBER ID is our test mark’s personal ‘fingerprint’ and corresponds to our online database Certipedia.
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Score: 1069107.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...e/presentation_gabi_kimura.pdf
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WHO | First meeting of the Working Group on tracking and tracing systems, including the global information-sharing focal point and the unique identification markings for cigarette packets and packages Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Navigation Home Convention Protocol Secretariat Treaty instruments Coordination platform Reporting Media centre Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu Who we are Our work Desk of the Head Statements 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 Previous years Meetings Head of the Secretariat Videos Contacts Vacancies First meeting of the Working Group on tracking and tracing systems, including the global information-sharing focal point and the unique identification markings for cigarette packets and packages Opening address by the Head of the Convention Secretariat 26 NOVEMBER 2019 | Panama city, Panama - Dear dr. (...) I therefore look forward to receive your guidance on the next steps in collecting your experiences with tracking and tracing, your questions, your concerns and your examples and practices in the implementation of such systems and of the unique identification markings. Furthermore, on the GISFP, we will use the coming days to discuss the elements of the conceptual analysis of such an instrument, how it should function, how we should protect its confidentiality and integrity and how it should be used in the most optimal way. (...) Related Links Protocol to Eliminate Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products Decision : Tracking and tracing systems, including the global informationsharing focal point and unique identification markings pdf, 242kb You are here: WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control From the desk of the Head of the Convention Secretariat WHO FCTC Secretariat statements Quick Links Resources Contacts Employment Sitemap Convention Protocol Secretariat Treaty Instruments Coordination Platform Reporting Media Centre Index Topics © WHO 2022
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Score: 1067744.7 - https://www.who.int/fctc/secre...tracking-and-tracing-syste/en/
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The Russian Federation agreed to prepare a formal document on possible approaches to potential model rules relating to the permanent marking of unique identification of railway rolling stock. (...) The group of experts should develop international “model rules” to protect the interests of creditors by introducing a system for permanent marking of unique identification of railway rolling stock purchased on credit (leasing) and applying them if this is referred to in the loan (leasing) agreement. 3. The documentation setting out standard protocols for the marking of the Unique Identification System for Rail Vehicles (URVIS) should be developed and applied in relation to railway rolling stock purchased with credit from a credit company if stated in the terms of the agreement.
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Score: 1056186.9 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...CE-TRANS-SC2-PIRRS-2020-2e.pdf
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For the purpose of identifying and tracing illicit small arms and light weapons, States will: (a) At the time of manufacture of each small arm or light weapon under their jurisdiction or control, either require unique marking providing the name of the manufacturer, the country of manufacture and the serial number, or maintain any alternative unique user-friendly marking with simple geometric symbols in combination with a numeric and/or alphanumeric code, permitting ready identification by all States of the country of manufacture; and encourage the marking of such additional information as the year of manufacture, weapon type/model and calibre; (b) Taking into account that import marking is a requirement for the States parties to the Protocol against the Illicit Manufacturing of and Trafficking in Firearms, Their Parts and Components and Ammunition, supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, require to the extent possible appropriate sim- ple marking on each imported small arm or light weapon, permitting identification of the country of import and, where possible, the year of import and enabling the com- petent authorities of that country to trace the small arm or light weapon; and require a unique marking, if the small arm or light weapon does not already bear such a mark- ing. (...) States will ensure that all illicit small arms and light weapons that are found on their territory are uniquely marked and recorded, or destroyed, as soon as possible. (...) States will ensure that every small arm or light weapon always receives the unique markings prescribed in subparagraph 8 (a) above.
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Score: 1051785.5 - https://www.un.org/events/smal...f/international_instrument.pdf
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