Setting Measurement Technology Center

Original Language Title: Asetus mittatekniikan keskuksesta

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The presentation of the Minister for industry and trade provides Metrology Centre on 14 December 1990 (1149/90) pursuant to article 2 and 5: tasks of the Centre, section 1 of the law on Metrology Centre (1176/91) in addition to the tasks set out in article 1, the Centre shall: 1) to monitor the general development of the sector and to make proposals for the development of the field of law;
2) to perform its analyses, to participate in the field of research and to give their opinions on the issues relating to industry;
3) engaged in the industry by publishing and communication activities, and to participate in the field of training activities; as well as 4) to monitor international developments and to keep in touch with the authorities and institutions, domestic and foreign.

1. (a) section (on 22 December 2005/1193) Accreditation, the accreditation body shall be provided by the system of national metrology Center Accreditation (FINAS accreditation service).

Section 2 of the Executive Board of the Act was repealed on 22 December 2005 A/1193.

Unless otherwise provided for in article 4 (a), the Management Board of the Agency is responsible, in addition to what the law on Metrology Centre (1149/1990) provides for: 1) set targets for the Centre's work, as well as to decide on the strategy of the Centre, and major projects;
2) to guide and monitor the implementation of the objectives of the Centre;
3) decides on a proposal from the Agency's revenue and expenditure, as well as the operational and financial plan;
4. the result of the agreement and to approve and sign the) financial statements, together with the Centre's Senior Director; as well as 5) to deal with other important issues, that the Director may submit it to the Governing Board.
(9/23/2010/828) 3-section 4 section 4 of the repealed A 3-9/23/2010/828.

Delegation accreditation Affairs (22 December 2005/1193) (4) (a) section (on 22 December 2005/1193) is the task of the delegation Accreditation Affairs in addition to what is provided for in the Act on the measurement technology centre, in particular: 1) set targets for the accreditation system-related tasks, as well as to decide on the priorities of the Accreditation Unit;
2) to guide and monitor the implementation of the objectives set by the Accreditation Unit;
3) to control the Accreditation Unit.
The delegation may consider any other significant matters relating to the Accreditation Unit, that unit may delegation.
The delegation works in cooperation with the Centre of the Board, if (1) or (2) is needed to deal with as part of the Agency's guidance and supervision.

4 (b), section 4 (b) (c)-4-4 (c) of section has been repealed A 9/23/2010/828.

section 4 (d) (9/23/2010/828) Accreditation system, as well as conformity assessment in order to promote the international acceptability of the reliability of services and works, in addition to the Ministry of employment and the economy Advisory Board for conformity assessment in the context of affairs, provided for in the Council of State concerning the assessment of conformity provided for in Council Regulation (977/2005).

Centre organization and personnel (22 December 1994/1377) section 5 (22 December 1994/1377) Metrology Centre shall be headed by a Director General, who has the title of Professor. In addition, the Centre has a more official relations and contract relations with the staff. (introductory statement by/14)
The Director General of the monitors and to develop the activities of the Centre. He shall be responsible for the performance and the achievement of the objectives, as well as the annual report of the Ministry of employment and the economy. (9/23/2010/828)
Centre managers are responsible for the development of the activities and the effectiveness of their lead on.

section 6 (22 December 1994/1377) section 6 is repealed A 22 December 1994/1377.

Article 7 of the settlement (on 22 December 2005/1193), technical matters relating to the Board of the Centre, accreditation will resolve the Affairs the Director General, the delegation, head of unit, accreditation or any other official to whom jurisdiction is, according to the rules of procedure.
Decisions will be made, unless otherwise provided in the rules of procedure.

section 8 (on 22 December 2005/1193) Director General can take a particular case, the ruling of non-accreditation with the accreditation system or the issue of, which otherwise would have him there.

Posts to fill, as well as eligibility criteria and the inclusion of section 9 of the employment on the staff (introductory statement by/14) Ylijohtajalta is required for master's degree, good familiarity with the scope of the Centre's work, the practice of leadership and management experience has been allocated.
The master of the unit is required immediately, Senior Director, in practice, leadership and good familiarity with the authority assigned to the task.

section 10 (9/23/2010/828) Senior Director shall be appointed by the Council of State. The result of the Senior Director of the unit immediately appointed by the Executive Board.
Accreditation, however, shall be appointed by the head of unit and his Deputy delegation accreditation Affairs.
The rest of the staff shall be appointed by the Director General, unless the rules of procedure or otherwise Senior Director Deputy of (introductory statement by/14) section 11 (introductory statement by/14) Senior Director is unable to replace him by the officer of the Board of works.

Article 12 article 12 (17.5.2000/455) has been revoked A 17.5.2000/455.

Miscellaneous provisions article 13 (on 22 December 2005/1193) section 13 is repealed on 22 December 2005 A/1193.

section 14 of the Measurement technology, civil servants or other public officials and the staff of the Centre shall be owned by and leads the Agency's work within the company, or the institution or otherwise be involved in it in a way that he will be in accordance with the provisions concerning the activities of officials, esteellisyyttä esteelliseksi. He is also not allowed to own a patent or a design right of the Centre's work in the area of the undertaking, business or facility to be used in the computer, device, manufacturing process, or template.
Centre officials and other servants shall not, without the express written permission of Senior Director gives an expert, you can easily explore the Centre's work in the private sector. The authorisation may be granted, if the provision is not incompatible with the responsibilities of the official concerned or. (introductory statement by/14) section 15 (21 May 1999/694) section 15 is repealed A 21 May 1999/694.

section 16 of This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 June 1991.
For the purpose of implementing this regulation can be made to take the necessary steps prior to its entry into force.

The change of the date of entry into force and the application of the acts: 22 December 1994/1377: This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 1995.
Measurement technology, the Management Board of the Agency, which has been set for the period, the appellant submits, and 14.6.1997 will continue to the end of their term of Office.

5.12.1997/1089: This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 1998.
When filling the posts, which have been declared to be picked up or open about being notified before the entry into force of this regulation, this regulation, the provisions of section 9 and 10, as they have been in force at the date of entry into force of this regulation.

on 21 May 1999/694: This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 December 1999.

17.5.2000/455: This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 June 2000.

introductory statement by/14: This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 February 2005.

on 22 December 2005/1193: This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 2006.

9/23/2010/828: This Regulation shall enter into force on 30 September, 2010.