Enforcement of the F-gas Regulation via EU-CSW CERTEX for Economic operators

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The Regulation on the EU Single Window Environment for Customs came into effect in December 2022. This Regulation makes it mandatory for the Member States to join the EU Single Window Environment for Customs initiative by March 2025. EU CSW-CERTEX supports the interconnection between Member States’ customs national import/export/transit systems and several databases of partner DG, hosting several non-customs formalities (such as veterinary, sanitary, environmental, and other formalities). Import of fluorinated greenhouse gases is one of the most complex domains, which is available to the Member States’ customs via EU CSW-CERTEX.

Course description

This eLearning module introduces you to the goals of the F-gas Regulation, and it will focus on how to perform all the required steps in completing a customs declaration.

Target audience

This eLearning module is addressed to economic operators and customs officers across the EU.

Learning objectives

By the end of this course, you will know about the main goals of the system and its functionalities. You will be able to: 

  • Describe the formalities laid down in the F-gas regulation; 
  • Detail how to properly fill in a customs declaration for the goods subject to the F-gas regulation; 
  • Describe how F-gas formalities and measures are integrated into TARIC and how this integration impacts the process of filling in the customs declaration. 
  • Explain the benefits of the EU Single Window Environment for Customs and its central module – EU CSW-CERTEX.

Course duration

The time required to complete the course is around 50 minutes.

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Version: 01 (23/03/2023)