Newly launched EasyPASS Programme Ghana effective from 1 January 2019


We would like to inform you about the newly launched EasyPASS Programme implemented by the Ghana Standards effective from 1 January 2019.

Customer Advisory

Ghana EasyPASS Programme

A new EasyPASS Programme is launched by the Ghana Standards Authority which requires a Certificate of Conformity to be obtained for the following classification of goods imported into the Republic of Ghana with effect from (Date of Shipment) 1st January 2019:

• Toys, Games and Sports equipment
• Electrical and Electronic products
• Chemical Products (except household chemical substance
• Mechanical materials and Gas appliance
• Pulp of Wood, Paper and Paperboard
• Furniture (Wood & metal base articles)
• Construction Materials
• Fuel/Petroleum Products
• Textile, Textile articles and Leatherwear
• Mining equipment and parts
• Glass and glassware

The objectives of the EasyPASS Programme are:

· Fast track clearance on arrival in Ghana
· Protection of the consumer and the environment
· Prevention of the importation of unsafe, sub-standard and/or counterfeit goods

The Ghana Standards Authority has appointed Bureau Veritas (BIVAC) to assist with the implementation.

More detailed information about the EasyPASS Programme can be found at the following websites:



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