Ski Lift Regulation 2004 - Towing-Vo 2004

Original Language Title: Änderung der Schleppliftverordnung 2004 – Schlepp-VO 2004

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364. Regulation of the Federal Minister for Transport, Innovation and Technology amending the Regulation on the construction and operation of towed lifts (drag-lift regulation 2004-drag regulation 2004)

On the basis of § 111 in cohesion with § § 99 and 110 Cable Car Act 2003, BGBl. I n ° 103/2003, as last amended by the Federal Law BGBl. I n ° 40/2012, shall be arranged:

The Regulation on the construction and operation of towed lifts (drag-lift regulation 2004-drag regulation 2004), BGBl. II No 464/2004, shall be amended as follows:

1. § 5 (1) Z 3 reads:

" 3.

Site plan at least on a scale of 1: 2 000, in which the stations, access and exit routes, track structures, electrical lines and intersections are registered; "

2. § 5 (2) reads:

"(2) In the case of low-rope drag lifts, the competent authority may refrain from presenting any of the evidence referred to in paragraph 1 (1) (1) (1) to (12)."

3. In accordance with § 5, the following § 5a together with the heading is inserted:

" Safety Report

§ 5a. In the list of persons or bodies authorized by the Federal Minister of Transport, Innovation and Technology pursuant to § § 14 (3) Z 11 and 20 Cable Car Act 2003, who are entitled to have security reports pursuant to § § 59 sentence 2 and 60 leg. cit. , can also be admitted to persons, under the direction of which approval-free construction projects according to § 18 (1) Z 1 and (3) of the leg. cit. as well as construction measures pursuant to § 48 (1). cit. (persons according to § 20 Cable Car Act 2003). These persons may only be used for the preparation of security reports for towed lifts. "

4. § 6 Z 7 is deleted. The previous Z 8 becomes the Z 7 and the previous Z 9 becomes the Z 8.

5. In accordance with § 6, the following § 6a and title shall be inserted:

" Ablation

§ 6a. (1) Ablation of towed lifts with lower rope guidance or parts of such an installation shall not be subject to an authorisation requirement in accordance with § 52 Cable Car Act 2003. The towing lift undertaking shall indicate the intended transfer, accompanied by a detailed description of the discharge measures of the competent authority. The Authority shall be entitled, on the basis of public interests, in particular public security concerns, to order additional measures within six weeks from the date on which such notification has been issued. If no additional measures are ordered by the Authority, the removal may be carried out at the end of that period.

(2) The authority of the authority, which is standard in § 52 Cable Car Act 2003, to arrange the removal of tow lifts with lower rope guidance, where appropriate under the terms of supplementary measures, shall remain unaffected. "

6. § 7 reads:

" § 7. (1) The measures of preventive fire protection and fire-fighting facilities shall be reviewed at least every ten years by professional bodies in the field of fire prevention. After the initial inspection, the following periodic inspections may also be carried out by trained fire protection officers.

(2) The implementation of the periodic reviews as referred to in paragraph 1 may be allowed to distance, provided that this is deemed admissible on the occasion of the granting of the operating permit or the first-time review. "

7. § 9 reads:

" § 9. (1) An obligation to appoint an operating manager-deputy is not given.

(2) In the case of carriage of passengers, the following operating staff shall be required:

1.

Head of operations;

2.

Machinist;

3.

one liftwart each in the stations.

The extent to which at the same time several of these functions may be exercised by a person is to be regulated in accordance with the rules of operation, taking into account the local and operational conditions. The requirement to fill any station with a liftwart is subject to the conditions set out in § 20. The manager shall decide whether, as a result of the tasks involved in the operation, such as maintenance of the entry and exit points and the drag track, further personnel are required. "

8. In Section 10 (5), the word order shall be "to present a certificate of criminal records whose date of issue may not be longer than one month" through the phrase "to present a certificate of criminal records whose date of issue may not be longer than three months" replaced.

9. § 12 reads:

" § 12. (1) In addition to the conditions set out in § 10 (1) Z 1, 2 and 4 and paragraph 5 above, the responsible manager and the manager of the manager shall, before the first appointment, comply with the following:

1.

The health fitness is to be proven by a doctor's certificate. From the completed 45. The health check must be repeated every five years, unless the doctor considers a shorter period of time to be necessary.

2.

The professional competence shall be proven by a positive certificate of a training course for managers of towed lifts acquired at the latest ten years prior to the order, unless at least one of the provisions referred to in paragraph 2 is fulfilled is. This course must provide information on mechanical installations in general and on the operation of towed lifts in particular, as well as the relevant legal bases.

(2) The training course referred to in paragraph 1 (2) does not have to be completed:

1.

Persons who have a patent for public cable cars in accordance with Section 82 (1) of the Cable Car Act 2003, or who have an activity as responsible manager or deputy manager of a public cable car in the case of a public cable car, in the case of a public cable car. Cable-material web according to § 2 Z 5 Cable Car Act 2003 or with a tow lift with high rope guidance;

2.

Persons who, prior to their appointment, have been appointed as responsible managers or managers-alternates for a public cableway or material cable car in accordance with § 2 Z 5 Cable Car Act 2003 or in a tow lift with High rope guidance, even if it had originally been approved by the industrial authorities, in the period of at least three months;

3.

Persons who carry out an activity as responsible manager or manager-deputy in the case of a tow lift with a lower rope guide and who are ordered by a tow lift with a low rope guidance;

4.

Persons who are appointed as responsible managers or managers-alternates for a tow lift with a low rope guide and who have been appointed as responsible managers in the last ten years prior to their appointment or Head of operations manager for a tow lift with a low rope guide or a high rope drag lift, even if it had originally been approved by the industrial authorities, in the period of at least three months;

5.

Persons who, in the last 10 years prior to their appointment, have not carried out any or a shorter than three-month activity as the responsible manager or manager of a cable car pursuant to Section 2 of the Cable Car Act 2003 and the Training course for company managers for public cableways in the last ten years have successfully completed with examination and in addition a practical training with a system-like towing lift by its responsible manager or a manufacturer of system-like towed lifts. "

10. § 14 reads:

" § 14. (1) The competent authority shall, after the appointment of a responsible manager or manager of the operating manager, be able to satisfy itself in an appropriate manner with regard to its suitability. If the suitability is not granted, the competent authority shall prohibit the re-use as the responsible manager or manager of the plant.

(2) The notification of the first-time appointment of a responsible manager or manager-deputy to the competent authority shall be notified in addition to the indication of the drag lift and the intended function (responsible manager or manager). The following documents shall be attached to each copy of the following documents:

1.

Curriculum vitae, from which, in particular, the previous career path can be taken;

2.

Certificate of positive completion of the training course for company managers for towed lifts or for public cable cars (date of issue no longer than ten years in each case) and in the case of the existence of the conditions pursuant to § 12 (2) Z 5, proof of the practical training required therein;

3.

Medical certificate on health fitness (date of issue no longer than three months);

4.

Certificate of criminal records (date of issue no longer than three months);

5.

Proof of identity (official photo ID).

(3) The appointment of a jointly responsible manager or manager-deputy for several towed lifts, including different drag-lift companies, shall be admissible.

(4) If the availability of a towing lift at any time by the manager of the service is not available in an appropriate time from its respective location, it shall not be possible to operate the tow lift. A period of not more than twenty minutes shall be taken as appropriate time. Such a provision should be included in the operating rule.

(5) The take-over of the activity as the responsible manager or manager-deputy by the management board or managing director of a drag-lift company is permissible. "

Article 16 (2) reads as follows:

" (2) The operating rules and their amendments shall be subject to approval by the competent authority. The conditions of carriage and their amendments shall be brought to the attention of the competent authority. '

12. The previous § 16 para. 2 becomes § 16 para. 3.

13. § 17 (5) reads:

"(5) Accidents involving personal injury shall be reported immediately to the local police service."

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