Seilbahnüberprüfungs Regulation 2013 - 2013 Seilbüv

Original Language Title: Seilbahnüberprüfungs-Verordnung 2013 – SeilbÜV 2013

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375. Regulation of the Federal Minister of Transport, Innovation and Technology on the Recurring Inspection and the Complementary Inspections of cable cars (cableway inspection ordinance 2013-SeilbÜV 2013)

Due to § 49 sec. 4 Cable Car Act 2003 (SeilbG 2003), BGBl. I n ° 103/2003, as last amended by the Federal Law BGBl. I n ° 40/2012, shall be arranged:

Scope, definitions

§ 1. (1) This Regulation shall apply to the periodic review of cableways to the extent of Appendix 1 as well as for the supplementary checks on cableways to the extent of Appendix 2 of this Regulation. This Regulation shall not affect the obligations of the cable railway undertaking in accordance with the operating rules and the operating and maintenance instructions of the manufacturers.

(2) Cable cars within the meaning of this Regulation are the installations referred to in § § 2 and 119 para. 2 rope bG 2003, with the exception of the material cable cars covered by this term without any works traffic or restricted public transport and the further below Falling reforestation facilities of summer toboggan runs.

(3) Cable car inspection bodies within the meaning of this Regulation shall be provided by the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs, Family and Youth for the recurring inspection of cable cars in accordance with the Federal Act on the Accreditation of Conformity Assessment Points, BGBl. I No. 28/2012-Accreditation Act 2012, accredited inspection bodies.

(4) Persons skilled in the art within the meaning of this Regulation shall have the suitability in accordance with Section 49 (2) of the Bowl Act 2003 for the periodic review of non-public cableways.

Verification obligation

§ 2. (1) The ropeway company shall ensure that its cableways within the time limits laid down in Article 3 of this Regulation shall be subject to a periodic review or review. shall be subject to additional checks. Within these time limits, official verifications according to § 50 rope bG 2003, which are carried out in the scope of the Appendix 1 of this Regulation shall be replaced by the periodic reviews which are due to be carried out. Additional verifications shall not be affected.

(2) Cable car inspection posts shall be used for recurrent checks. In the case of non-public cableways, these periodic inspections may also be carried out by qualified persons in alternating order with cable car inspection posts after the first-time implementation. In the case of drag lifts with a lower cable guide, the manufacturers of the systems can replace the cable car inspection posts.

(3) For additional verifications, the following are those described in Section 2 of Appendix 2 of this Regulation.

Review deadlines

§ 3. (1) The periodic inspection of cableways shall be carried out at five-year intervals. The time limits for this review are to be expected from the date of issue of the operating licence for the cable car, unless otherwise specified in paragraphs 2 to 5.

(2) For public cableways existing at the date of entry into force of this Regulation, which already have a review on the scope of sections 1 to 4 and 6 and 7 of the cableway inspection regulation (SeilbÜV 1995), BGBl. No 253/1995, by a ropeway inspection body or by the Authority, the time limits for the periodic reviews shall be expected from the date of the last such review in accordance with the 1995 rope BÜV.

(3) For non-public cableways existing at the date of entry into force of this Regulation, in which a review within the meaning of sections 1 to 4, and 6 and 7 of the Annex to the rope BÜV 1995 shall be carried out within five years prior to the entry into force of this Regulation by a In the case of a cableway inspection body or the authority, the time limits for the periodic reviews shall be expected from the date of the review.

(4) For non-public cableways existing at the date of entry into force of this Regulation, where no inspection within the meaning of Sections 1 to 4, 6 and 7 of the rope BÜV 1995 system shall be carried out within five years prior to the entry into force of this Regulation by means of a The first periodic review after the entry into force of this Regulation shall be carried out: a cable car inspection body or the authority:

1.

in the case of drag lifts with a lower rope guide,

a)

which have been approved by the industrial authorities until 31 December 1989, within one year,

b)

approved after 31 December 1989 on a commercial basis or which has been approved in accordance with Section 21 of the Act on Tractor Lift 2004 (Trawl Regulation 2004), Federal Law Gazette (BGBl). II No 464/2004, have been examined within two years,

2.

in the case of towing lifts with high rope guidance,

a)

which have been approved by the industrial authorities until 31 December 1972, within three years,

b)

in the period of 1. January 1973 to 31 December 1981 have been approved by the industrial authorities, within four years,

c)

which have been approved or approved by public authorities after 31 December 1981, or which have been approved in accordance with Article 21 of the Trader Regulation 2004, within five years,

3.

in the case of material cable cars with factory traffic or restricted public transport within two years.

The time limits for the next periodic reviews shall be expected from the date of this review.

(5) A change in the point in time from which the time limits for the next periodic reviews are to be expected shall be allowed, provided that no review period is exceeded. The amendment of this point of time shall be applied to the Authority. The application shall state the reasons for the change in time.

(6) The Authority shall monitor compliance with the deadlines for the periodic reviews. The date on which the review report is handed over to the cable car company is the date on which the review report is handed over in accordance with section 5 (1) of this Regulation.

(7) The time limit for a periodic review may be exceeded or fallen below the deadline for the next review up to half a year without effect. If no review is carried out within six months of the date of expiry of the period, and no later than four weeks before the end of this six-year period, no request for an extension of the deadline shall be submitted, the Authority shall have the cable car operation until the end of the period. If a review report is available to determine the proper state of the cable car.

(8) An extension of the time limit for a periodic review beyond half a year may take place without effect on the time limit for the next review only for a further half a year. This extension shall be requested from the Authority. The application shall state the reasons why it is not possible to review it within the time limit. If no inspection is carried out within the next six months, the authority shall cease to operate the cableway until the inspection report has been issued, which shall determine the proper state of the cable car.

(9) The supplementary checks on cable cars shall, unless otherwise specified in paragraphs 10 and 11, have been carried out within the framework of the Appendix 2 of this Regulation shall be made. Supplementary checks and inspections carried out within the limits of Section 5 of the Annex to the 1995 rope BÜV shall apply by the date of entry into force of this Regulation in the determination of the time limits for the supplementary verifications. similar test content also from the scope as completed.

(10) These verifications shall apply to the public cable cars existing at the date of entry into force of this Regulation, which have already expired in respect of the time limits for the supplementary verifications which have been added to the cable BÜV in 1995. shall be made within two years of the entry into force of this Regulation.

(11) In the case of non-public cableways existing at the date of entry into force of this Regulation, which have already expired time-limits for additional verifications, these verifications shall have to be carried out within the time limits set out in paragraph 4. ,

Audit Scope

§ 4. (1) The recurrent inspection of cable cars has in the Appendix 1 to this Regulation as laid down in this Regulation. If, on the basis of the inspection, there is a suspicion of defects in components outside the specified test scope, the cable car inspection body or the person skilled in the art must carry out additional tests or arrange for them to be carried out.

(2) In the course of operational authorisation procedures for rebuilding and conversion as well as functional tests carried out in accordance with § 50 rope BG 2003, Section 3 of the Appendix 1 of this Regulation shall be taken into account in the following periodic review, if they have not taken place for more than two years before. In the same way, in the course of recurring tests in accordance with § 8 (1) Z 2, 9 and 18 Ordinance on the Labour Regulation (AM-VO), BGBl. II No 164/2000, as amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No 21/2010, to take into account functional tests carried out by a person in accordance with Article 7 (3) or (4) of the AM Regulation.

(3) Supplementary inspections of cableways shall be carried out in the Appendix 2 of this Regulation shall be carried out.

(4) The cable car company shall grant the examiners access to all cable car parts and access to the documents required for the inspection during the inspection.

Review report, procedural provisions

§ 5. (1) The cable car inspection body or the competent person shall inform the cable car company of the outcome of the periodic review, initially orally and within one week of the end of the review, in the form of a review report.

(2) The review report referred to in paragraph 1 shall be followed by a copy of the review reports on the supplementary reviews carried out since the previous periodic review.

(3) A copy of the review report as referred to in paragraph 1, together with the supplements referred to in paragraph 2, shall be submitted by the cable railway undertaking to the Authority within one week of receipt of the inspection report.

(4) In the event that the cable railway undertaking is infringed in its rights by the review report referred to in paragraph 1, it may, by submitting the review report to the Authority, explain the reasons why it is the result of the review of the review report, or partly rejected. The Authority shall, within six weeks, have a modest decision on the matter.

(5) The ropeway company shall keep the inspection report together with the attached documents referred to in paragraph 2 for the duration of the cableway.

Defect Survey

§ 6. (1) In the course of a periodic review or a supplementary review, shortcomings identified shall be recorded in the respective review report with proposals to remedy the situation. If these defects do not constitute a direct operating risk within the meaning of § 91 rope bG 2003, the safety of the cable car can be given time limits for the purpose of fixing them.

(2) If, in the course of a periodic review, it is found that additional checks have not been carried out despite the deadline, a cableway operation shall not be allowed until such checks are carried out.

(3) Defects, which constitute a direct risk of operation within the meaning of § 91 rope BG 2003, shall immediately be notified in writing by the respective auditor to the cable railway undertaking and to the authority. On the basis of these announced defects, the cable car company shall immediately cease the operation of the cable car without any administrative authority. The resumption of the operation of the cable car shall be subject to the authorisation of the authority.

(4) The cable car company has to remedy the shortcomings of the cable car inspection body or the cable car inspection post as part of the periodic review. to inform the competent person at the latest on the dates specified in the review report in a comprehensible manner (e.g. photos, company confirmations, test reports).

(5) The cable car inspection body or the competent person shall check the rectification of the deficiencies identified in the course of the subsequent periodic review.

(6) If defects can only be remedied by means of a conversion of cable car parts, the cable car company either has to contact the authority for the construction of a cable car for the conversion or-if it is present, either by submitting a construction design to the authority the conditions-the conversion according to the provisions of the Regulation on approval-free construction projects at cable cars (VgBrope 2006), BGBl. II No 287/2006, as amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No 412/2011.

(7) If deficiencies have been identified in the course of a recurrent review, the cable car inspection post or the competent person shall monitor the compliance with the dates for the communications referred to in paragraph 4 and the correct remedy of the deficiencies
-if necessary by means of control on the spot-to convince. The cable car inspection body or the competent person shall draw up a final report to indicate the way in which the deficiencies are remedied and to confirm the correct nature of the remedy.

(8) The cable car inspection body or the competent person shall, at the latest after the end of a year from the periodic review, have the final report, at the latest, if the expected expenditure required for the correction of defects over this period has to be met, by Expiry of the longest period of time-within one week, to the cable car company. A copy of the final report shall be submitted to the authority's cable car company within one week. The cable car company shall keep the final report for the duration of the cableway.

(9) If the final report of the Authority is not submitted within six weeks of the due date, it shall cease to operate the cableway operation until the final report has been received.

External force rope BÜV 1995 and entry into force rope BÜV 2013

§ 7. The cable BÜV 1995 will expire at the end of the 31 December 2013; at the same time, the rope BÜV 2013 will enter into force.

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