Regulation On The Single Accident Compensation According To § 43 Para 3 Of The Officials Supply Law

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die einmalige Unfallentschädigung nach § 43 Abs. 3 des Beamtenversorgungsgesetzes

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Regulation on the one-off accident compensation in accordance with § 43 (3) of the German Civil Service Act

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BeamtVG § 43Abs3V

Date of departure: 24.06.1977

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" Regulation on the one-off accident compensation in accordance with § 43 (3) of the Staff Regulations of Officials of the 24. June 1977 (BGBl. 1011), as last amended by Article 65 of the Law of 21. June 2005 (BGBl. I p. 1818) "

:Last modified by Art. 65 G v. 21. 6.2005 I 1818

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Based on § 43 (3) sentence 2 and 3 of the Staff Regulations of Officials of 24. August 1976 (BGBl. I p. 2485), with the approval of the Federal Council: Non-official table of contents

§ 1 flight service

(1) Flight service within the meaning of § 43 Paragraph 3, sentence 1, point 1 of the Staff Regulations of Officials of the European Union is required for each stay which is required on board an aircraft for carrying out a flight order or other official order from the start of the start up to the end of the landing. is.(2) The start begins after the release to the start or on its own decision of the responsible aircraft driver with the movement of the aircraft for the purpose of lifting and ending with reaching the travel altitude or by flight order the mandatory minimum flight altitude. The landing begins with the release to the landing or from its own decision of the responsible aircraft driver and ends with Starrflüglern with the departure of the runway, in the case of rotary flyers with the setting up or the roll-out.(3) The flight service also includes
1.
for aircraft with jet or turbine drive
a)
the roll, float or swim from the park-to the starting position and the rolling, floating or Swim after leaving the runway or landing point to the parking position,
b)
the operation in the stand from starting the engine to the standstill of the engine Engine as well as the movement when the engine is running for the purpose of functional tests or change of position
2.
in the case of rigid whiskers with a piston engine Roll on non-properly constructed and fortified surface not previously explored by air-operated personnel or by an aircraft driver,
3.
in case of air emergency, the parachute jump,
4.
in the air rescue service or in the training Service directions in the hazardous area of the rotors of a rotary wing or when roping or roping on a rotary wing.
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§ 2 Particularly vulnerable flying personnel

(1) Officials that
1.
Crew of a jet or turbine drive,
2.
are trained to be a crew member, a flight instructor or a test pilot; or be retrained to another type of aircraft,
3.
to the teaching staff for the aviation training or to the test personnel for the acceptance of airborne tests ,
4.
Make services according to § 1 para. 3,
5.
a special dangerous order (§ 3 para. 1),
6.
belong to the crew of an aircraft, which is in a particularly dangerous flight or operating condition (§ 3 para. 3)
are members of the most vulnerable flying personnel.(2) Paragraph 1 shall apply mutationally to officials who fly in an aircraft of the Federal Republic, of a country or of the allied armed forces on the basis of an order issued by the service. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Particularly dangerous order, flight or operating condition

(1) A particularly dangerous order (§ 2 para. 1 no. 5) is available on prescribed flights
1.
at a flight altitude of less than 500 meters above sea level Reason,
2.
with loading or dropping of objects,
3.
in the air rescue operation, the Implementation is associated with a particular risk of life,
4.
in slow flight, aerobatics or banding flight,
5.
to carry out measurements as part of air traffic control or meteorological sensing (measurement flight),
6.
in mountain range at a lateral distance of less than 20 metres to a steep wall,
7.
for testing or reflying new aircraft types or aircraft in the frame an intended change to the previous use,
8.
for the removal of new aircraft,
9.
to review overhauled aircraft or new or new essential aircraft parts,
10.
to carry out engine and equipment testing.
(2) A particularly dangerous order within the meaning of paragraph 1, no. 1, 3, 4 and 6, is the same as those cases where by way of derogation from the flight order issued, the need for the getaway designated there only after the start of the flight on the basis of circumstances affecting the flight conditions.(3) A particularly dangerous flight or operating condition (§ 2 para. 1 no. 6) is before
1.
for the duration the starting and landing process (§ 1 para. 2),
2.
for the duration of a flight of bad weather areas necessary for the performance of the flight order, if the Aircraft must fly by instrument flight rules,
3.
if the aircraft is incapable of control.
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§ 4 helmet and swimming divers

(1) officers who are trained to underwater work with a helmet diving device, are held or used in practice, are Helmet diver. Officials who are trained to underwater work with a light diving device, held or used in exercise, are swimming divers.(2) Particularly dangerous diving service is any service direction,
1.
of the helmet diver from close to for opening the helmet window,
2.
of the swimming diver from setting up to discontinuation of the swim mask.
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§ 5 Officials in the Mountain Rescue Service

(1) Officials,
1.
Mountain guides are or participate in mountain guide passes,
2.
for official reasons ,
3.
are trained to help with the mountain guidance or
4.
Training personnel for the Rock and ice training,
are officials in the Bergret Service during the course of the service referred to in paragraph 2.(2) Mountain rescue service is any service which is carried out during use or training for emergency assistance in rock climbing from grade III, in ice-skating from difficulty II, or under other conditions, with which: is associated with a particular risk of life. Training is also all the service directions within the meaning of the sentence 1, which are necessary to keep the officer responsible for the mountain emergency aid in practice. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 munitions investigation personnel

(1) officers who are employed to investigate ammunition and officials who While working as auxiliary staff, the ammunition (paragraph 3) includes ammunition for the most vulnerable ammunition.(2) ammunition are all objects containing explosives or consisting of explosives. For the production of fire, smoke and artificial fog or any other effect, the objects may also contain other substances.(3) The official handling of ammunition is the official examination (test and detection of the condition) of ammunition whose condition is doubtful or whose origin is unknown. This includes all service directions related to the investigation, in particular searching, marking, exposing, promoting, dismembering and destroying, as well as removing, exchanging and adding parts. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Members of associations for special police operations

(1) Police enforcement officers who are in the Associations of the Federal Police and the corresponding police associations of the federal states are employed or trained in the field of police training, are members of associations for special police operations. The same shall apply to other officials who, together with the officials referred to in the first sentence, or how they are particularly employed or trained in the fight against serious crime of violence.(2) It is particularly dangerous to act on the basis of a special police operation in order to combat serious crime of violence or special training and, in the light of the nature of the use or the special training, on the Police service is a normal threat. Non-tampering table of contents

§ 8 Use of external loads in or out of a rotary wing aircraft

Officials that are suspended under a floating plane Rotary wing aircraft, external loads on this aircraft, whether or not to be able to establish or negotiate the connection of a control line between the aircraft and the external load, are in use within the meaning of § 43 (3) sentence 1 no. 6 of the Civil servants ' supply law. The application also includes training and testing. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Other public service members

For employees and workers who are working in their service activities § § 43 (3), first sentence, no. 1 to 6 of the Civil Service Act, § § 1 to 8 shall apply accordingly. Non-official table of contents

§ 10 Berlin clause

This regulation applies in accordance with Section 14 of the Third Transfer Act in conjunction with Section 108, sentence 2 of the Civil servants ' supply law also in the Land of Berlin. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Entry into force

This regulation occurs with effect from 1. January 1977 in force.