Regulation on recognition as a testing, monitoring and certification body in accordance with the Construction Products Act (BauPG-PÜZ-Recognition Ordinance)Non-official table of contents
Date of issue: 06.06.1996
" BauPG-PÜZ-Recognition Ordinance of 6. June 1996 (BGBl. 798), as defined by Article 6 of the Law of 5. December 2012 (BGBl. I p. 2449) has been amended "
|:||Modified by Art. 6 G v. 5.12.2012 I 2449|
For details, see the Notes
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On the basis of § 15 (1) (3) of the Construction Products Act (Bauproduktengesetz) of 10. August 1992 (BGBl. 1495), the Federal Ministry for Regional Planning, Building and Urban Development is responsible for:
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§ 2 Definitions
(1) For the purposes of this Regulation, the test body shall be any natural or legal person, body or monitoring group in respect of whose activities the determination of properties or performance of construction products by: Measurement, investigation, calculation or other means.(2) The monitoring body within the meaning of this Regulation shall be any natural or legal person, body or monitoring group whose activities include the inspection of the plant and the factory production control, and the ongoing monitoring, Assessment and evaluation of the factory production control.(3) For the purposes of this Regulation, the certification body shall be any natural or legal person, body or monitoring group in respect of which the assessment and final assessment of the results of inspection or monitoring bodies shall be carried out. belong. Non-official table of contents
§ 3 General principles and requirements for recognition
(1) The PÜZ site must be impartial, in particular: be free from the economic influence of individual manufacturers in terms of their technical and assessment judgment. The same applies to the manager, his deputy, and the senior staff of the PÜZ-digit. The personal reliability of the Head of the PÜZ-Body and his deputy must be given.(2) The PÜZ-Body must be able to carry out all tasks regularly occurring with the activity to be recognized with its own staff, own facilities and equipment. Subcontracting shall only be permitted in case of recognised PÜZ posts or PÜZ posts which have been the subject of recognition. Non-official table of contents
§ 4 General obligations and rights of the recognized PÜZ-digit
(1) The recognized PÜZ-Body must be within the scope of its Recognition and Capacities of all manufacturers of construction products, whose representatives can be used in accordance with Section 6 (1) sentence 2 of the Construction Products Act and the importers pursuant to Section 8 (6) sentence 4 of the Construction Products Act. A spatial limitation of the area of activity shall be permitted at the request of the PÜZ authority. This is to be determined in recognition.(2) Confidentiality shall be ensured at all levels of organisation of the recognised PÜZ body.(3) The recognised authority must, on request, give the recognition authority an opportunity to review it.(4) The nature and extent of the activities of the recognised PÜZ body or of a PÜZ body responsible for such activities shall be governed by the harmonised or recognised standard, the guideline for European technical approval, the contract notice, or the European technical approval without a guideline for the construction product, the product range or the range of requirements for which the recognition has been issued. If the standards, guidelines or their notices or the European technical approvals refer to specific test standards, they shall also determine the activities of the PÜZ body.(5) The recognised PÜZ body must regularly take part in the exchange of experience of the PÜZ bodies recognised for the construction product, the product area or the requirements area.(6) The PÜZ recognised body must train its technical staff with regard to recent developments in the field of recognition and maintain, renew and supplement the technical equipment, so that the conditions of recognition during the course of the the total recognition period is fulfilled.(7) The recognised PÜZ body shall keep records of the relevant qualifications, the training and the professional experience of the persons employed, and shall continue to update them.(8) The recognised PÜZ authority shall draw up and document instructions from which the duties and responsibilities of the employees arise, and shall continue to write them on an ongoing basis.(9) The recognised PÜZ-Body must document the fulfilment of the general obligations under paragraphs 5 to 8 and the special obligations according to § 6, § 8 or § 10.(10) A change of head of the PÜZ body or its deputy shall be reported to the recognition authority without delay.
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§ 5 Special Recognition Requirements as a test site
(1) The test centre must have a sufficient number of employees with the training and professional experience required for the examinations. It must be up to a head of the head office who is responsible for the supervision of all the staff of the inspection body. The head or his/her deputy must have a technical-scientific type of training in the field of activity of the examination centre, completed at a university of applied sciences or university, and have a three-year practical training programme. Proof of professional experience in the field of testing of construction products. If the inspection body is also to act in the area of proof of proof of use in accordance with section 1 (1) (1) (b), the head or his deputy must have a comprehensive professional experience in the construction product range or requirement range of at least five years, proof. The nature and extent of the recognition requested may result in the need for a principal professional deputy of the Head, as well as other management staff. The number and qualifications of the other employees depend on the type and scope of the activities requested and on the technical requirements to be met.(2) The inspection body must have the necessary premises and the necessary technical equipment for the proper implementation of the examination tasks requested. Details arise from the published standards and guidelines or their notice, in the case of Section 3 (3) sentence 2 of the decision of the Commission of the European Communities.(3) The inspection body must also have
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- written instructions for the use and maintenance of the Testing equipment, handling and preparation of test objects as well as the carrying out of the tests in accordance with the relevant test standards or test specifications (standard operating instructions) and
- a system for recording and documentation of exams.
§ 6 Special obligations of the approved test centre
(1) The test equipment must be calibrated in accordance with the generally accepted rules of technology.(2) The test body shall participate in ring trials and comparative tests determined by the recognition authority.(3) The inspection body shall draw up and document reports on the implementation and results of the tests. These must contain information on the subject matter of the test, on the test date, on the test personnel involved, on the test procedures used in accordance with the technical requirements of § 4 (4), on the test results and on the production plant. The audit reports shall be signed by the head of the test body or his deputy. The reports and the accompanying records shall be kept for a period of five years and shall be submitted to the recognised authority or to the authority designated by that authority on request. Non-official table of contents
§ 7 Special recognition requirements as a monitoring point
(1) The monitoring body must be given sufficient The number of employees with the training and professional experience required for the monitoring tasks. It must be headed by a manager responsible for supervising all the employees of the monitoring body. The head or his deputy must have a technical-scientific type of training in the field of activity of the monitoring body, with a university or university degree, and a three-year practical training programme. Proof of professional experience in the field of supervision of construction products. The number and qualifications of the other employees depend on the type and scope of the activities requested and on the technical requirements to be met.(2) The monitoring body must also have
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- written instructions on the nature and scope of the Monitors and
- a system for recording and documenting the monitors.
§ 8 Special duties of the approved monitoring center
The monitoring body has reports on the implementation of the monitoring. These must include information on the subject of the surveillance, the monitoring period, the monitoring staff involved, the monitoring procedures used, the monitoring results and the manufacturing plant. The monitoring report shall be signed by the head of the supervisory authority or his deputy. The reports and the accompanying records shall be kept for a period of five years and shall be submitted to the recognised authority or to the body designated by it at the request of the latter. Non-official table of contents
§ 9 Special recognition requirements as a certificate authority
(1) The certificate authority must be a member of the certificate authority. sufficient number of employees with the training and professional experience required for the certifications. You must have a manager who is responsible for the supervision of all the employees of the certification body. The head or his/her deputy must have a technical/scientific training course with a degree from a university of applied sciences or university, and a five-year practical professional experience in the field of examination, Proof of monitoring or certification of construction products. The number and qualifications of the other employees depend on the type and scope of the activities requested and on the technical requirements to be met.(2) The certificate authority must also have
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- written instructions for the implementation of the certificate. of certifications according to the relevant standards and regulations and
- a system for recording and documenting the certifications.
§ 10 Special Obligations Of The Trusted Certificate Authority
The CA has records and reports about their certifications. The reports must include information on the subject of the certification, on the certification date, on the certification staff involved, on the certification procedures used, on the certification result and on the manufacturing plant. The report shall be signed by the head of the certification body or his deputy. The report is to be created regardless of the need for a compliance certificate.
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Application for Recognition,
Revocation and Erasing
§ 11 Application and Application Documents
(1) The recognition must be requested in writing to the recognition authority.(2) The following documents must be submitted with the application:
- Product information, product area or the area of requirements for which recognition is requested, in accordance with the provisions of Article 3 (3), second sentence, of a set of standards, approval guidelines or decisions taken by the Commission of the European Communities, and the scope of activity is applied for,
- indication of which function within the meaning of the first sentence of § 1 is to be given recognition,
- Details about the person and qualifications of the head and his deputy, the senior staff and his professional experience, and the share of the work for the PÜZ-digit,
- Information on the economic or legal links of the PÜZ-agency, its director and the employees of the PÜZ-agency Manufacturers,
- Information about the premises and technical equipment of the PÜZ site,
- in the case of natural persons, the age, legal person, body or surveillance community information of the age of the director and his/her age. Deputy,
(3) The recognition authority can obtain expert opinions on the fulfillment of individual recognition requirements. Unofficial table of contents
§ 12 Revocation and Erdelete
(1) The recognition is to be revoked if the recognized PÜZ body against which it is has repeatedly or grossly violated the obligations of the Member States. It shall also be revoked if there are any subsequent reasons or reasons which would have justified the approval of the authorisation. The recognition may be revoked if the recognised PÜZ body did not carry out its activity for two years.(2) The recognition shall be waived by the written renunciation of the recognition authority or by the expiry of the time limit. In the case of natural persons, the recognition also takes place
- with the completion of the 68. Year of life,
- with the loss of the ability to wear public offices,
- at Conviction for a crime or an intentional crime in connection with the recognised activity or
- by judicial order of the restriction at the disposal of the assets.
In the case of a legal person, body or surveillance community, the grounds for the erasure referred to in the second sentence shall be submitted in respect of the head or his/her deputy, and the recognition shall be extinguished if the The recognition authority shall not be displayed within six months of a change of the head or his/her deputy according to § 4 (10). Non-official table of contents
§ 13 Entry into force
This Regulation will enter into force on the day after the announcement. Non-official table of contents
The Federal Council has agreed.