The EEA legislation imposes various notification obligations on the EFTA States: some are set for information exchange purposes where trade-restrictive measures have been adopted (for example regarding unsafe products), some concern draft national legislation (technical regulations) or national legislation adopted to implement EEA acts (Form 1 notifications).

Upon receipt of such notifications, ESA's task is to verify the completeness of the information and, depending on the type of the notification, assess the compliance of the national measures with the EEA rules and/or to forward the information to the European Commission and the rest of the EEA States.

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