Myelin Sheath Regulation 2013 And Borehole Mining Regulation

Original Language Title: Markscheideverordnung 2013 sowie Änderung der Bohrlochbergbau-Verordnung

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437. Regulation of the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs, Family and Youth, with which a regulation on surveying in mining, the mining card plant and the collection of ground movements 2013 (Markscheideverordnung 2013) will be adopted and the Bore hole mining regulation is amended

Article 1

Regulation of the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs, the Family and Youth on the Measurements of Mining, the Mining Map and the Collection of Ground Movements in 2013 (Markscheideverordnung 2013)

Due to § § 110 (5) and (181) of the Mineral raw materials act, BGBl. I n ° 38/1999, in the version of the Federal Law BGBl. I No 144/2011, shall be arranged:

table of contents

Section 1
General provisions

§ 1.

Scope

§ 2.

Definitions

§ 3.

Connection of the market-scheider measurements

§ 4.

Reference systems

§ 5.

Securing the market-based work

§ 6.

Protocols

§ 7.

Bergbauowned Festpunkte

§ 8.

Time of measurements

§ 9.

Important entries

§ 10.

Adjacent mine building

§ 11.

Cessation of activities, theses

§ 12.

Refreshings according to the responsible Markscheider/Markscheiderin responsible

§ 13.

Stabilization of measurement points

§ 14.

Instruments, measuring instruments and data acquisition devices

Section 2
Measurements over days

§ 15.

General

§ 16.

Using fixed points

§ 17.

Verification of measurement and calculation results

§ 18.

Tag dimensions

§ 19.

Measurement of starting points of boreholes

§ 20.

Probe, field and other earthed lines

Section 3
Measurements under Days

§ 21.

General

§ 22.

Orientation measurements

§ 23.

Sub-day location and altitude network

§ 24.

Underground location and altitude network-side polygongs

§ 25.

Geological recordings

§ 26.

Accuracy-Orientation Measurements

§ 27.

Accuracy-Sub-day location and altitude network-Main network

§ 28.

Accuracy-Sub-day location-and height network-Side polygon trains

§ 29.

Breakdown information

§ 30.

Low-extension pit buildings

Section 4
Mining Map

§ 31.

Ingredients

§ 32.

General

§ 33.

Area Contents-Rotations

§ 34.

Change and backup of the mining map

§ 35.

Data protection in the case of automation-assisted production and management of the mining card factory

§ 36.

Transfer of foreign documents

§ 37.

Risse and maps for underground mining

§ 38.

Tears and cards at daytime

§ 39.

Cracks and cards in hydrocarbon mines and probe mining on salt

§ 40.

Cracks and maps for geothermal projects

§ 41.

Cracks and maps for show mines, healing stollen or test tunnels

§ 42.

Night-time limits

Section 5
Detection of ground movements

§ 43.

Position and height measurements

§ 44.

Assessment of measurement results

§ 45.

Control

6.
Securing the surface use after the end of the mining activity

§ 46.

Risse and cards

Section 7
Final provisions

§ 47.

Exception permits

§ 48.

Entry into force, external force

Section 1

General provisions

Scope

§ 1. This Regulation applies to the scope of the Mineral Raw Materials Act.

Definitions

§ 2. For the purposes of this Regulation:

1.

Airborne laser scanning: direct detection of the topographical terrain surface with profiling or scanning laser sensors of aircraft;

2.

Mining-card works: the totality of the cracks, maps and plans of a mining site, including all related documents such as recording books, recording files, surveying data and calculation protocols;

3.

Mining site: a fixed point stabilised and measured by the mining industry;

4.

Inventory plan: presentation of the stock after measurement has been completed;

5.

Bore: the totality of the equipment located on the drilling site for the production of a bore hole including the traffic routes leading to the drilling site, as well as the lines leading to it and away from it;

6.

Field lines: lines in a petroleum or natural gas field, as well as in a probe field of a salt mine, with the exception of the probe lines;

7.

GDOP (Geometric Dilution of Precision): dimensionless value, which provides information on the satellite constellation and is a measure of the achievable accuracy of calculated positions; the GDOP value circumscries the quality of the three-dimensional coordinates including watch offset (watch error);

8.

Main network: a complete orientation at the fixed points of the national surveying of the location and altitude network;

9.

Map: a geometrically correct representation on the scale of the catastral folder or on a smaller scale;

10.

Markscheider measurement: a single measurement, which is used to solve a market-divorce task;

11.

Scale of the catastral folder: the landing scale of the catastral mappe, which is the scale 1: 1 000, 1: 2 000 or 1: 5 000;

12.

Side-Polygon train: Polygon train, which follows the main network in full orientation;

13.

Network overview: an overview of the landmarks of the mining industry, in which also the fixed points of the national surveying and the type of connections of the mining-own fixed points to the fixed points of the national surveying are represented;

14.

Orientation measurement: a measurement of the position and direction transfer for the connection of the above-or underground position network of the mining area to the fixed points of the national surveying or to the landmarks of the mining industry;

15.

PDOP (Positional Dilution of Precision): dimensionless value, which provides information on the satellite constellation and is a measure of the achievable accuracy of calculated, three-dimensional positions;

16.

Plan: a geometrically correct one-or multi-scale representation, which serves a specific technical or regulatory purpose or planning tasks;

17.

Crack: a geometrically correct representation on the scale of the catastral folder or on a larger scale;

18.

Satellite-based measurement methods: geodetic measuring techniques that use artificial earth satellites for three-dimensional positional determination;

19.

Cut iss: a representation in the section plane (profile) created by a vertical section through the surface of the day and the mountain layers below it;

20.

Sketch: a scale-less drawing;

21.

Probe: the totality of the facilities located on the probe site for the further mining use of a borehole, including the traffic routes leading to the probe site, as well as the lines leading away from it and towards it;

22.

Probe lines: the lines leading from the borehole of a probe or to the probe;

23.

Stabilise: the permanent establishment of measurement points at the surface of the day or underground;

24.

Tag measurement: surveying, which serves to solve a market-failure task, in particular the creation of the mining map for the day-building;

25.

Terrestrial laser scanning: direct detection of the topographical terrain surface with profiling or scanning laser sensors from the ground;

26.

Measurement: the totality of the measurements to be carried out for the solution of a geodetic or market-divorce task;

27.

Full orientation: orientation by location, direction and height;

28.

Supplement: graphical initial presentation of survey results.

Connection of the market-scheider measurements

§ 3. The market-scheider measurements are to be connected in complete orientation to the system of national surveying.

Reference systems

§ 4. (1) Markscheider works are to be based on the coordinates which refer to the system of national surveying (3-degree strip systems of Gaussian-Krüger projection with the reference meridians 28, 31 and 34 degrees east of Ferro).

(2) The altitude data shall be based on the reference horizon of the national survey (height over Adriatic).

(3) The reference to the system of national surveying is to be made to parts of the mine map plant to a local coordinate system.

Securing the market-based work

§ 5. The responsible Markscheider/responsible Markscheiderin (Section 135 (1) of the Mineral raw materials act, BGBl. I n ° 38/1999), the measurements, calculations and allowances shall be secured in accordance with the requirements by means of appropriate controls.

Protocols

§ 6. (1) Protocols shall be carried out by means of measurements, measurements and calculations.

(2) Measurement and calculation protocols shall, in any case, contain the following information:

1.

the place, purpose and date of the measurements,

2.

the names of the exports;

3.

the instruments and measuring instruments used under the guidance of the manufacturer and the manufacturing number;

4.

the instruments or equipment-related constants and correction values taken into account;

5.

Information on weather, temperature and air pressure, as well as information on circumstances that may affect the measurement result, such as in particular weather train, water, traffic,

6.

the names of the calculating and controlling persons, the programme description and the programme version,

7.

the name of the connection and closing points used; and

8.

the connection and final values (coordinates, heights, directions and the like) with reference to the source.

(3) In the case of conventional surveying, the surveying and calculation protocols shall contain, in addition to paragraph 2, the following information:

1.

the unit of angular measure,

2.

the measured values and the explanations required for the feasibility of the measurements,

3.

the calculated values and the explanations required for the calculation of the calculation, and

4.

References to measurement contradictions, error distribution, alignment or coordinate transformations, as well as information on accuracy, if the purpose of the measurement (such as orientation measurements, continuation of the location and altitude network, collection of Soil movements and verification of the stabilised measurement points for their usefulness) it requires.

(4) In the case of satellite-based measurement methods, the measurement and calculation protocols shall contain, in addition to paragraph 2, the following information:

1.

the real-time satellite positioning service used,

2.

Transformation parameters used,

3.

internal accuracy, PDOP or GDOP values, number of satellites received, and

4.

Residual klaffings.

(5) In the case of Airborne laser scanning and terrestrial laser scanning or comparable remote sensing methods, the surveying and calculation protocols shall contain the following information in addition to paragraph 2:

1.

details of accuracy,

2.

Residual klaffungen as well as

3.

the name of the file of the calculated values and their location.

(6) From the surveying and calculation protocols, an expression is to be made in plain language.

(7) The minutes of surveying and calculation must be clearly legible and be designed in such a way that they can be traced in all parts. Corrections and additions are to be documented. Controls must be documented and documented by the inspectors.

(8) Insofar as the provisions of the Mineral Raw Materials Act do not determine otherwise, the surveying and calculation protocols shall be protected against the access of unauthorized persons in arid places, as long as the relevant mining rights are upright.

Bergbauowned Festpunkte

§ 7. Mining sites are to be documented in point sketches. Network overviews are to be carried out via landmarks of the mining industry.

Time of measurements

§ 8. (1) The measurements shall be carried out as long as the objects to be measured are still available and accessible.

(2) The mine or natural voids, which have become incomprehensible for safety reasons, or which have become incapable of carrying out measurements, shall be described as accurately as possible and shall be presented in the mine-construction card with a reference to it. If such a mine or voids are to be used later, they must be measured immediately; if necessary, their presentation in the mining card factory should be corrected.

Important entries

§ 9. (1) In the cracks, maps and plans of the mining card work shall be entered immediately:

1.

Explosives storage, existing or suspected sewage, water dams, fire fields, arson fires, fire dams, solid dams for the completion of mine construction, places where brews, gas or water bursts, wild saline outlets, mountain strokes, mud or sand breaks, verbs, explosions or muffles occurred;

2.

Day-to-day items and subterranean installations requiring special protection;

3.

Closures and quarrying, in the course of which water, brine or weather breakthroughs, mountain strokes, mud or sand intrusions, verbs or similar dangerous events are to be feared or the boundaries of security arrows, installations of the public supply of water and energy, or gas or oil pipelines, to less than 50 m; and

4.

Limits of security arrows and of legal, protected areas defined by regulation or official authorities.

(2) The entries referred to in paragraph 1 (1) (1) to (3) as well as the safety connotations and the protected areas shall be accompanied by a list of registers, in particular the location, the date of collection or establishment, and the time when dangerous events are concerned. of the occurrence and the nature of the measures taken. In the directories, registration is to be noted in the cracks, maps and plans of the mining map.

Adjacent mine building

§ 10. Mine construction of neighbouring mining companies at a distance of up to 50 m from their own existing or planned mine construction are to be entered into the cracks, maps and plans of the mining card factory. Mine construction of adjacent mining companies at a distance of more than 50 m from their own existing or planned mine construction are to be entered into the cracks, maps and plans of the mining card work, as far as it is necessary for security reasons, such as: in particular in the event of possible effects on the mine site in operation and on the surface, if dangerous ground movements and related mountain damage are to be expected, according to general experience, with known mountain disturbances or in the presence of special hydrogeological conditions. The documents required for this purpose shall be made available by the neighbouring mining authorized person (s) to the person responsible for the mining of the mining company on his/her request. This also applies to natural or legal persons or registered partnerships, which carry out activities of the kind mentioned in § 2 para. 2 of the Mineral raw material act.

Cessation of activities, theses

§ 11. If the extraction is carried out in a mining industry or if the activities of a mining company, a self-employed business unit or a larger part of it are set up, the mining card shall be completed before and after the end of the mining operation. Complete final work.

Refreshments according to the responsible Markscheiders/
of the responsible Markscheiderin

§ 12. Excavation of boundaries of foreign mine dimensions, oversharps, fields of extraction, diversion fields, spaces on which approved extraction plans relate to the profits of basic mineral raw materials, or foreign storage fields, as well as In the area of important entries of the mining card work pursuant to § 9 (1) (1) (1) to (4), only the responsible Markscheider (Markscheider) shall be allowed to open up the card.

Stabilization of measurement points

§ 13. Measurement points that are needed for a longer period of time must be permanently stabilized. It shall be accompanied by a list which shall include information on the location and level and the nature of the stabilisation of the surveying points. Before use, the measurement points are to be checked for their usefulness.

Instruments, measuring instruments and data acquisition devices

§ 14. (1) Instruments, measuring instruments and data acquisition devices shall be tested for periods of time which are not exceeded for two years to their ready-to-use state. Records shall be kept of the tests.

(2) Explosion-proof instruments, measuring instruments and data acquisition devices are to be used in potentially explosive atmospheres in areas at risk of explosion, in the event of impact on the weather or in the coal industry.

Section 2

Measurements over days

General

§ 15. (1) Measurements over days are to be carried out using the state of the art and the accuracy requirements of paragraph 2 of appropriate methods.

(2) Measurements over days shall be carried out in such a way that, taking into account the mean point accuracy of the fixed points of the national surveying (triangulation points ± 0,05 m, switch-on points ± 0.07 m), the average number of points indicated below shall be: Point-of-the-spot accuracy for the mountain's own fixed points is complied with:

1.

for the determination of points of view: ± 0,10 m and

2.

for the determination of other fixed points: ± 0.15 m.

(3) The height-related connection to the system of national surveying (triangulation points, height points of the precision and downstream nivellement) is to be carried out in such a way that a height accuracy of ± 0.10 m is maintained.

(4) Measurements referred to in paragraphs 2 and 3 shall be secured by means of an equivalent other method or, if this is not possible from technical or surface-related conditions, by the same method.

Using fixed points

§ 16. Prior to the further use of fixed points, it is necessary to check whether the accuracies listed in § 15 (2) and (3) are complied with. For further use only fixed points may be used which correspond to the accuracies listed in § 15 (2) and (3).

Verification of measurement and calculation results

§ 17. Measurement and calculation results as well as cracks, cards and plans must be checked for their use before being used.

Tag dimensions

§ 18. In the case of daybuilding measurements, a precision of at least ± 0.20 m shall be maintained for position and height measurements.

Measurement of starting points of boreholes

§ 19. § § 3 to 6 and § § 13 to 17 apply for the measurement of the starting point of the boreholes of boreholes and probes.

Probe, field and other earthed lines

§ 20. § § 3 to 6, 8 para. 1 and 18 apply for the measurement of probe and field lines as well as of other earth-laid lines. The position of ground-based lines can also be detected with search devices. The type (method) of determining the position is to be recorded in the mining card factory.

Section 3

Measurements under Days

General

§ 21. Measurements underground are to be carried out on the basis of a sub-day location and altitude network. They are to be connected by complete orientation to the fixed points of the national surveying.

Orientation measurements

§ 22. (1) Orientation measurements shall be carried out in accordance with the state of the art of science and technology, as well as the accuracy requirements of § 26 of appropriate methods.

(2) Orientation measurements shall be secured by means of an equivalent other method or, if this is not possible from technical or surface-related conditions, by the same method.

Sub-day location and altitude network

§ 23. (1) As a basis for the underground recordings, a location and altitude network shall be created, to which the secondary polygongs shall be connected in accordance with § 24.

(2) The location and altitude network is to be extended with the progression of the mine. In conclusion, pre-worn measurements are to be replaced by a continuous measurement and to be secured.

(3) The location and altitude network shall be stabilised by its own fixed points in such a way as to ensure that its maintenance and continuation remain secured.

(4) The measurements shall be secured by means of coordinates and altitudes and, as far as possible, by means of directional degrees.

(5) The measurements shall be secured by means of an equivalent other measurement method or, if this is not possible, by the same method.

(6) In the case of continuation of the location and altitude network, it shall be connected to at least three fixed points. Before they are connected, the position and height of these points must be checked by means of control measurements. In the case of changes with a deviation of more than ± 0.02 m, a new measurement shall be carried out.

Underground location and altitude network-side polygongs

§ 24. For the uptake of device construction and removal, it is possible to apply secondary polygongs which may not be longer than 1 000 m. For secondary polygongs, § 23 para. 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 applies.

Geological recordings

§ 25. The geological formation and nature of the presence of mineral raw materials and the surrounding mountain ranges are to be recorded in the course of the night-time measurements and to be presented in the mining map if the geological images are not be carried out by a competent other body.

Accuracy-Orientation Measurements

§ 26. (1) Orientation measurements, which are used for the positional orientation of the underground layer network, must be carried out in such a way that a point load accuracy of ± 0.10 m is maintained for the underground connection points. The accuracy of ± 1 Neuminute (0.01 gon) or ± 30 seconds has to be observed when delivering directions after underground shaft lounging.

(2) The underground network is to be connected to the system of national surveying in the case of devil measurements in a seimer mine so that the difference between two independent measurements is the amount of

d [mm] = 5 + 0,125 L

does not exceed. In this, L is the measuring distance in meters.

(3) In the case of the transmission of the height by means of a geometric nivellement (double measurement), an accuracy of at least ± 10 mm/km shall be observed.

(4) If the height is transmitted by means of a trigonometric nivellement, an accuracy of at least ± 20 mm/km shall be maintained.

Accuracy-Sub-day location and altitude network-Main network

§ 27. (1) In the case of angular measurements in the main network and the continuation thereof, the difference between the sum of the angle of refraction and the supplementary angle to the full circle shall not exceed 30 new seconds (0.003 gon) or 10 seconds.

(2) In the case of length measurements in the main network and the continuation thereof, the lengths shall be determined by two independent measurements. The difference between these measurements shall be the sum of:

d [mm] = 5 + 0.01 s

do not exceed. This is the measurement distance in meters.

(3) In the case of network sides of more than 700 m in length, the lengths and the vertical angles used for levning must be measured from both end points of the sides.

(4) The lengths of network pages may not exceed five times the length of the network side to which they are connected. If, due to natural conditions, greater lengths have to be chosen, half of the values given in paragraph 1 must be complied with.

(5) An accuracy of ± 20 mm/km shall be observed in the case of underground height measurements in the main network.

Accuracy-Sub-day location-and height network-Side polygon trains

§ 28. (1) In the case of angular measurements in secondary polygons and in the case of the continuation thereof, the difference between the sum of angles of refraction and the supplementary angle to the full circle must not exceed 2 new minutes (0.02 gon) or 1 minute.

(2) In the case of length measurements in secondary polygons and in the case of their continuation, the lengths shall be determined by two independent measurements. The difference between these measurements shall be the sum of:

d [mm] = 20 + 0.02 s

do not exceed. This is the measurement distance in meters.

(3) An accuracy of ± 50 mm/km shall be observed in the case of underground height measurements in secondary polygonal trains.

Breakdown information

§ 29. The accuracy of the measurements required for breakdown data depends on the requirements of safety and on the operational requirements to be applied to the breakdown. The accuracy must be greater, if necessary (as in particular if there is a high degree of penetration), than is specified in § § 27 and 28.

Low-extension pit buildings

§ 30. In the case of mine buildings, the horizontal overall extension of which is less than 1 000 m, the values laid down in § § 26 to 28 may be twice as high as possible. For the information on the breakdown, § 29 shall apply.

Section 4

Mining Map

Ingredients

§ 31. (1) Components of the mining card are

1.

the storage maps listed in the mineral raw materials law (§ § 27 (4), 35 (3), 80 (2) Z 5 and 8, 75 (2), 91 (2), 91 (2) Z 1, 154 (1) and 202 (3) of the Mineral raw materials act), as well as the search for the designation of Land and parts of the land as mining areas (§ 154 (1) of the Mineral raw materials act) and

2.

The cracks and cards referred to in § § 37 to 41.

(2) § § 32 to 36 shall apply for the preparation of site plans in accordance with § § 17 (3) Z 2, 71 (1) and 87 (1) of the Mineral raw materials act.

General

§ 32. (1) The mining card is to be manufactured and carried out with the assistance of automation.

(2) For cracks, maps and plans, the scale shall, unless determined by the provisions of the Mineral Raw Materials Act, be selected on the basis of expediency.

(3) Insofar as the provisions of the Mineral Raw Materials Act do not determine otherwise, the Mining Card Plant is secured against the access of unauthorized persons in a suitable place, against moisture, heat, solar radiation and magnetic fields. as long as the relevant mining rights are uphold. If the mining card is not kept during the mining operation, this is a consequence of the current cracks and cards in paper form.

(4) The character field shall be dimensioned so as to be so large that the objects to be inserted are clearly and completely represented. If the character field is too large, the cracks, cards, or plans are to be divided into several sheets.

(5) On the drawing field, the grid network (network of coordinates) in the system of national surveying (3-degree strip systems of the Gaussian-Krüger projection with the reference meridians 28, 31 and 34 degrees east of Ferro) shall be provided by the application of coordinate reeds and Specify edge marks at intervals to be selected on the basis of the size of the drawing field and the scale. At a boundary of the character field, the edge marks are the x-values of the coordinates and, on a further boundary of the character field, the y-values of the coordinates are attached. These are to be provided with the sign. In the case of a reduction of the x-values by 5 000 000, paragraph 8 shall apply. The guitarist direction is to be marked conspicuously. The associated meridian strip shall be indicated. In order to reduce the number of leaves (para. 4), a pivoting of the grid is permissible with respect to the boundaries of the character field. In the case of representation of the limit or basic control atasters, the names and the status of the portfolio sheets used are to be found on the cracks, maps and plans.

(6) The title shall be provided on the leaf margin. This must be the name of the authorized miner, the name of the crack, the map or the plan, the scale and, as far as this facilitates the allocation of the crack, the map or the plan, also the political district, the sprengel of the District courts, the political community as well as the name and number of the catastral community in which the represented area is located.

(7) The cracks and cards referred to in § § 37 to 41 shall be provided with the date of the signature of the responsible Markscheider/Markscheiderin.

(8) If coordinates are to be indicated for points, they are recorded in tabular form under the guidance of the corresponding meridian strip on the leaf edge. For this purpose, the coordinates are to be given in meters to two decimal places, insofar as provisions from earlier law on the law, such as the Berggesetz 1975, did not specify otherwise. The y-values are to be attached to the sign. A possible reduction of the x-values by 5 000 000 is to be found in the table.

(9) Signs and labels must be clearly legible, clear, and durable. It is the one in the annex to the surveying regulation 2010, BGBl. II number 115, to use fixed character keys. Characters that are not included and the colors used are to be displayed and explained in a legend outside of the drawing field.

Area Contents-Rotations

§ 33. If the vertices of the land and the parts of the land and the corner points of cut figures in the projection level of the system of national surveying are to be indicated in coordinates of this system, the area contents shall be taken from the coordinates of the vertices. calculate and round to entire square meters.

Change and backup of the mining map

§ 34. No parts can be removed from the mining card factory. Changes in the mine map are to be documented in such a way that they are traceable. The cracks and cards referred to in § 31 (1) (2) are to be secured (archive) prior to the execution of changes in a similar manner and with the assistance of automation. The changes must be made to a list from which the worker, the date and the reason for the change can be taken.

Data protection in the case of automation-assisted production and management of the mining card factory

§ 35. The hardware and software components and the type of data protection must be recorded in a documentary manner. If a component is modified, the backup and further use of the previous data stock must be ensured. The raw data of each night-time and re-survey must be secured by duplication or by another equivalent type. To the extent that the protocols referred to in § 6 are available in digital form, they shall be secured by duplication or in another equivalent manner.

Transfer of foreign documents

§ 36. Information taken from external documents in the mining card is to be marked as such, and its origin shall be indicated.

Risse and maps for underground mining

§ 37. (1) In the case of underground mining operations, the following cracks and cards are to be made and to be carried out for each mining operation:

1.

a plan of extraction for each sole (each disc), which includes, in particular, the limits of the mining rights, the external borders of the digestion and excavation sections mentioned in the currently approved production plan, the mine construction with The dates for the collection and the status of the offset are to be found in the labelling of the type of displacement, the storage conditions, the mining facilities and the trail of the plane of the rope cracks and of the cut-to-length illustrations in accordance with Z 3; if the clarity is not impaired, the degradation of several Sohlen (slices) are shown in a crack;

2.

an overview plan, in particular the information and status of the Katastralmappe, the limits of the mining rights, the mining and mining installations, and the transport routes, the supply lines, the possible Lines, the discharge of the mine waters, the drainage holes including the discharge of the waters, the daytime and, if possible, the weather management; provided that the clarity is impaired, the information and the status of the water the Katastralmappe and the Taggegend on its own overview plan, which is in the The scale and the sheet cut correspond to the other overview floor plan;

3.

a tear or a cross-sectional representation, in particular the limits of the mining rights, the mine construction, including the storage conditions, the surface of the day, and the mining facilities;

4.

a weather plan, provided that the weather control is not shown in the overview layout;

5.

a floor plan in the presence of a case referred to in section 43 (1);

6.

Cracks or cards from which the precautions to ensure the use of the surface can be taken after the completion of the mining activity.

(2) The thread layout, the overview floor plan and the weather plan can be combined to form a crack, if this does not affect the clarity of the overview.

Tears and cards at daytime

§ 38. (1) The following cracks and cards are to be produced and to be carried out in the case of day-building operations for each mining operation:

1.

a floor plan, which in particular indicates the information and the status of the Katastralmappe and in which the limits of the mining rights, the external borders of the information listed in the currently approved plan for the production of the mining industry, and Sections of mining, mining facilities and the daytime, as well as the trail of the plane of the plane of the carvings according to Z 2, and also the known open-standing mine building of a mine and other underground voids to the extent are, as a result of these mine constructions and cavities, impairments of the day-building are possible;

2.

Sectional representations of the day-building site with the limits of the mining rights, insofar as it is necessary to illustrate the conditions of the storage facilities, or special conditions for the removal and removal of the mountain range. be aware of;

3.

a floor plan in the presence of a case referred to in section 43 (1);

4.

Cracks or cards from which the precautions to ensure the use of the surface can be taken after the completion of the mining activity.

(2) If the day-building is in connection with a underground mining which is in operation, the floor plan and the layout of the construction according to § 37 (1) Z 1 can be combined to form a crack, if this does not provide for the clarity of the structure. shall be affected.

Cracks and cards in hydrocarbon mines and probe mining on salt

§ 39. (1) The following cracks and cards are to be produced and carried for each mining operation in the case of hydrocarbon mines and probe mining on salt:

1.

If the following representations in a crack were not already to be connected as a base to a search for a mining installation subject to authorisation, a tear on the scale of the catastral folder for each bore (probe), on which the information and the information Status of the catastral folder, the limits of the mining rights, the opening of the drilling hole, the areas resulting from the safety distances to be kept to be protected, and the associated daytime counter; to make the objects in need of protection particularly marked;

2.

a general map based on the "Austrian Map 1: 50 000" of the Federal Office of Eich-und Vermessungswesen (Federal Office for Eich-und Vermessungswesen), on which the openings of the boreholes of the boreholes and probes are to be represented;

3.

a tack on which the respective probe field of the salt mine with the information and the status of the catastral folder, the limits of the mining rights, the mining facilities and the daytime are to be presented;

4.

an inventory plan for each mining plant in the case of hydrocarbon mining, other than drilling, on which the information and the status of the catastral folder, the limits of mining allowances and the day-to-day land are to be presented;

5.

a general map based on the "Austrian Map 1: 50 000" of the Federal Office of Eich-und Vermessungswesen, on which the location of the profit and storage fields as well as the oil, gas or probe fields are to be represented;

6.

a floor plan in the presence of a case referred to in section 43 (1); and

7.

a data sheet for each hole, the

a)

the name of the bore and

b)

the coordinates and the height of the starting point of the bore

can be found.

(2) The overview maps referred to in paragraph 1 (1) (2) and (5) may be combined to form an overview map, if this does not adversely affect the clarity of the overview. A tour of the overview maps referred to in paragraph 1 (2) and (5) shall not be required if the information is made available in a geoinformation system.

Cracks and maps for geothermal projects

§ 40. In the search and exploration of the occurrence of geothermal energy as well as in the extraction of geothermal energy from such deposits, the following cracks and maps are to be produced and lead:

1.

If the following representations in a crack were not already to be connected as a base to a search for a mining installation subject to authorisation, a tear or a map on the scale of the catastral folder for each bore (probe) on which the Information and the status of the catastral folder, the limits of the mining rights, the opening of the drilling hole, the areas resulting from the security distances to be kept to be protected, and the corresponding daytime counter ; for this purpose, the objects in need of protection must be identified in a particularly clear way;

2.

a general map based on the "Austrian Map 1: 50 000" of the Federal Office of Eich-und Vermessungswesen (Federal Office for Eich-und Vermessungswesen), on which the openings of the boreholes of the boreholes and probes are to be represented;

3.

an inventory plan showing the information and status of the catastral folder and the day-to-day area; and

4.

a data sheet for each hole, the

a)

the name of the bore and

b)

the coordinates and the height of the starting point of the bore

can be found.

Cracks and maps for show mines, healing stollen or test tunnels

§ 41. If the show mines, healing stollen or test tunnels (test pits) are operated, the following cracks and cards shall be prepared and carried out:

1.

in the case of the use of parts in operation of a mining site or mine building of a decommissioned mine as a show mine, medicinal stollen or test tunnel (test pit), an outline plan or a map containing the information and the status of the mine Katastralmappe, on which the mining facilities and the associated daytime are to be presented and the area of the show mine, healing stollen or test tunnel (the test pit), the transport and driving routes, the supply lines, the weather management, water retention and, in addition, the relevant geological and the state of conservation and the type of excavation of the mine; furthermore, the trace of the plane of the crack is to be presented in the form of a section of the section 2;

2.

Cut-out depictions of the mine building, which is planned as a show mine, healing stollen or test tunnel (test pit).

Night-time limits

§ 42. The following shall be followed:

1.

the cracks and cards referred to in Article 37 at least twice a year;

2.

the cracks and cards referred to in § 38, at least two years in the case of a fixed day building, at least three years in the case of a lockersteinsteinstagconstruct;

3.

the cards referred to in Article 39 (1) (2) and (5) of at least two years, and the cracks referred to in Article 39 (1) (3) and (6), at least annually;

4.

the cracks referred to in § 41 of at least two years.

Section 5

Detection of ground movements

Position and height measurements

§ 43. (1) Floor movements are to be measured by position and height measurements in the following areas:

1.

in mining areas (Section 153 (1) of the Mineral Resources Act) and in extraction fields for hydrocarbons, where soil deformations occur in such a way and to such an extent or are likely to occur, in such a way that buildings or buildings are likely to occur. other installations may undergo substantial changes, or if the degradation is less than 100 m from the surface of the day, or if there are gusts of embankment or drilling of a well-being on the surface of the day in the event of a day-building or a mining or mining operation; or to be expected;

2.

in areas where there are geological labile or where there are or are likely to be a significant reduction in groundwater levels due to mining activities;

3.

in areas with mining areas or dams where ground movements occur or are to be expected;

4.

in areas for which an observation obligation has been established on the surface of the day by means of a communication.

(2) In the event of ground movements, the position and height measurements shall be carried out without delay, in the case of expected ground movements, for the first time prior to the start of the mining activities that trigger these movements. They shall, unless otherwise specified by communication, be determined twice, depending on the type and extent of the ground movements, at intervals of one to six weeks and subsequently in by a responsible marksman/one responsible. Repeat Markscheider on the basis of the previous measurement results.

(3) In the case of the position measurements, an accuracy of ± 0.02 m is to be observed with an accuracy of ± 10 mm/km in the case of height measurements.

(4) Position and height measurements shall be carried out in accordance with the state of the art of science and technology as well as the accuracy requirements of paragraph 3 of appropriate methods, and shall be carried out at fixed points of national surveying or of mining-owned Fixed points outside of the areas where the ground movements may occur are to be connected sufficiently secured. Before each measurement, the points are to be checked for changes.

(5) The position and height measurements shall be secured by the same method or, if this is not possible from technical or surface-related conditions, by the same method.

Assessment of measurement results

§ 44. From the results of the position and height measurements according to § 43, the movement elements are to be determined according to the type and extent. In this case, the time sequence of the ground movements which have occurred is also to be determined. These are to be interpreted. If further ground movements are to be expected, these are to be pre-calculated, if possible, at least, however, in accordance with the type and extent and with regard to the timing of the process.

Control

§ 45. If changes in buildings and other installations in the areas referred to in section 43 (1) are to be expected as a result of land movements, the buildings and installations in the extent of movement are to be expected from the responsible Markscheider/von der responsible marksmen at intervals to be determined at intervals to the presence of hairline cracks and pressure phenomena, to changes in bumps, to slates, to changes in length of construction or plant parts, to shooting situations, on horizontal and vertical curvatures, as well as on twisting. Where necessary, wall bolts or measuring marks shall be fitted. The controls must be documented.

6.

Securing the surface use after the end of the mining activity

Risse and cards

§ 46. (1) In the cracks or cards to be produced and to be carried out in accordance with § 37 (1) Z 6 and Article 38 (1) (4), the actual and the uses of the land or parts of the land provided for in accordance with Section 159 of the Mineral raw materials act are you can see.

(2) Until the end of the mining activity, in accordance with Section 42, the inspection arrangements in the cracks and cards referred to in paragraph 1 shall be reviewed for changes. If changes have been detected, these are to be entered in the cracks or cards.

Section 7

Final provisions

Exception permits

§ 47. The Federal Minister for Economic Affairs, Family and Youth may, by means of reasoned request in individual cases arising from local or factual circumstances, derogations from the compliance with individual provisions of this Regulation, such as: in particular, the time limits laid down in paragraph 42, which may be extended to a maximum of five years, shall be approved by a communication if no impairment of the mining safety, of the mining land-use order, of foreign persons, who are not allowed to use them for use The correctness and completeness of the mining card is guaranteed.

Entry into force, external force

§ 48. (1) This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 February 2013.

(2) The Markscheideverordnung, BGBl. II N ° 69/2001, occurs at the end of the 31 Jänner 2013 repeal. Excluded from this is § 51 para. 1 first sentence. Furthermore, § 51 (2) first sentence applies, with the proviso that the cracks and cards mentioned must be available in automatic form as from the last survey before 1 March 2001.

(3) derogations granted pursuant to Section 52 of the Markscheideverordnung, BGBl. II No 69/2001, which have been granted, shall continue to apply in accordance with Article 47 of this Regulation as appropriate exemptions.

Article 2

Amendment of the drilled hole mining regulation

The regulation of the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Labour on the measures to be carried out in the case of the drilling hole mining industry (Bohrlochbergbau-Regulation-BB-V), BGBl. II No 367/2005, as amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No 60/2009, shall be amended as follows:

1. In the table of contents, after the entry " § 8. Records " the twist " § 8a. Applications and Declarations " and after the entry " § 40. Drilling Results " the twist " § 40a. Borehole Image " inserted.

2. In Section 8 (2), the previous paragraph 3 is given the title "4." . The following new paragraph 3 is inserted:

" 3.

For the storage of the borehole image (§ 40a) of a filled drill hole of a bore or a probe, the provisions of the Mineral raw material law shall apply via the storage of the mining card plant. "

3. In accordance with § 8, the following § 8a and title shall be inserted:

" Applications and declarations

§ 8a. All applications and declarations required under this Regulation (Section 32 (6), § 47 (1), § 53 (2) and (3) and § 61) may also be submitted in an electronic form which the Authority is able to receive. "

4. In accordance with § 40, the following § 40a and title shall be inserted:

" borehole image

§ 40a. The miner has to produce a borehole image (longitudinal section) for each bore and to keep it up to date, which can be seen from the following:

1.

the name of the bore,

2.

the coordinates and the height of the point of attachment of the bore; the coordinates of the starting point of the bore are based on the system of national surveying (3-degree strip systems of the Gaussian-Krüger projection with the reference meridians 28, 31 and 34 degrees) to the east of Ferro), indicating the coordinates in meters to two decimal places, and the height (height of the point of attachment of the hole) to refer to the reference horizon of the national survey (height over Adria), where indicate the height in metres to two decimal places;

3.

the purpose of the drilling,

4.

the time of the beginning and the end of the bore,

5.

the course of the borehole in its full length after inclination and direction (azimuth),

6.

the Devil, petrographic and geological type, nature and thickness of the rock strata,

7.

the diameter of the borehole and the diameter and the settling rate of the piping,

8.

the location of the Zementations and perforation lines,

9.

areas with water inflows, losses of circulation media, oil or gas signs, as well as other areas of safety that are significant;

10.

the timing and the nature of the filling. "

5. § 49 (1) (1) (1) reads:

" 1.

a wellbore image (§ 40a); "

6. § 63 the following paragraph 3 is added:

(3) § 8 (2) (3), § 40a and § 49 (1) (1) (1) (1), as amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No 437/2012 will enter into force on 1 February 2013. These provisions shall also apply to drilling holes which are expensive before 1 February 2013, but the following shall apply:

1.

The course of a borehole, which was made before 10 November 2005, is to be included in the borehole image only if it is not a circular or horizontal bore, unless it has been identified.

2.

the bore hole diameter as well as the diameter and the settling costs of the pipework are to be reproduced only in the bore hole pattern of a bore or probe which has not yet been left open. This has to be done by 1 September 2013.

3.

The position of the cement and perforation lines can only be reproduced in the bore hole pattern of a bore or probe which has not yet been left open. This has to be done by 1 September 2013. "

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