Regulation Concerning Vocational Training For Surgery Mechanics / To The Surgery Mechanic

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Berufsausbildung zum Chirurgiemechaniker/zur Chirurgiemechanikerin

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Regulation on vocational training as a surgical mechanic (Chirurgiemechanikerin training ordinance-ChirurgMAusbV)

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ChirurgMAusbV

Date of delivery: 23.03.1989

Full quote:

" Surgery mechanic training ordinance of 23. March 1989 (BGBl. 572). "

This Regulation is a training order within the meaning of Section 25 of the Craft Code. The training regulations and the coordinated framework curriculum for the vocational school, agreed by the Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany, will shortly be published as a supplement to the Federal Gazette published.

Footnote

(+ + + Text evidence from: 1.8.1989 + + +)
(+ + + measures due to the EinigVtr cf. SurMAusbV Appendix EV + + +)

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Based on § 25 of the Craft Code in the version of the Notice of 28. December 1965 (BGBl. 1), which was last amended by Article 25 (1) of the Law of 24. August 1976 (BGBl. I p. 2525) has been amended in agreement with the Federal Minister for Education and Science: Non-official table of contents

§ 1 Scope

This regulation applies to vocational training in the training profession Surgical Mechanic/Surgical Mechanic in accordance with the Craft Regulations. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Training period

(1) The training lasts for three and a half years.(2) apprentices who are to be regarded as the first year of vocational training in accordance with a legal regulation in accordance with Article 27a (1) of the Craft Code, according to which a visit to a school-based vocational training year introduced under national law is to be expected. begin the company training in the second year of training. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Basic Vocational Training and Vocational Training Objective

(1) The training in the first year of training provides a basic vocational training course if the company training in accordance with this Regulation and the training in the vocational school are carried out in accordance with the provisions of the national law on the vocational training year.(2) The skills and knowledge referred to in this Regulation are to be taught in such a way that the trainee is qualified to pursue a qualified professional activity within the meaning of Article 1 (2) of the Vocational Training Act, which shall include, in particular, self-planning, carrying out and controlling at his workplace. This qualification must also be proven in the tests. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Training professional image

The subject of vocational training shall be at least the following skills and knowledge:
1.
Vocational Training,
2.
Construction and organization of the training company,
3.
Work and Taric law, Labor Protection,
4.
Safety, Environmental Protection, and rational Energy Use,
5.
Planning and preparing the workflow as well as controlling and evaluating the work products,
6.
Read, Apply and Create Technical Documents,
7.
Review, Measure, Teaching,
8.
Add,
9.
Manual Spanen and Reforms,
10.
machine-edit,
11.
Maintenance,
12.
Turning and Milling,
13.
Undertaking, assigning, and handling work-and Excipients,
14.
Soldering, Welding, Adhesive Bonding,
15.
Heat-treating, Hardness testing,
16.
Monting of components to assemblies,
17.
Build and validate Pneumatic circuits,
18.
Machining of workpieces by hand and hand-guided machines,
19.
Edit shapes and surfaces on instruments, devices, or implants,
20.
Programming Numerically controlled machine tools,
21.
Machining of workpieces by clamping on machine tools,
22.
Edit workpieces through freeform loops,
23.
Monting and dismantle instruments, Devices or implants,
24.
Checking and adjusting the function of instruments, devices, or implants,
25.
Maintenance of instruments, equipment, or implants.
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§ 5 Training framework plan

The skills and knowledge according to § 4 shall be based on the guidance on the factual and temporal aspects of the vocational training system and the vocational education and training system. The breakdown of vocational training (training framework plan) is provided. A material and time breakdown of the content of the training, which differs from the training framework within the basic vocational training and within the vocational training, is particularly permissible, insofar as the specific operating conditions are Mismatch. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Training plan

The trainee has a training plan for the trainee on the basis of the training plan. Create a training plan. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Report Sheft

The trainee has a report booklet in the form of a training certificate. It is the opportunity to give him the opportunity to carry out the report during the training period. The training course has to be reviewed regularly by the report booklet. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 Intermediate examination

(1) An intermediate examination is to be carried out in order to determine the level of training. It is to take place before the end of the second year of training.(2) The intermediate examination shall cover the points referred to in point 1 (a) and (e), point 2 (a) to (c), point 3 (a), current point (7) (a), in the Annex to section I and in section II of point (2), Point 12 (b), (c) and (d) (d) (aa) to (cc), the skills and knowledge referred to in paragraph 13 (a), and the teaching material to be used in the course of vocational education and training in accordance with the framework curricula, provided that: Vocational training is essential.(3) The test specimen shall produce two different test pieces in a maximum of seven hours. For this purpose, in particular:
manufacture of workpieces which, on their own or in the interaction of their parts, have to perform a function, by manual clamping, machine clamping, cold forming of metal sheets and profiles, joining by means of a Screw, bolt and pin connections as well as manual grinding on flat and cylindrical surfaces, including tarpaulins and preparation of the work sequence and control of the work results.(4) The purpose of the test is to solve in writing, in a maximum of 180 minutes, tasks related to practice-related cases from the following areas:
1.
Work Safety, Environmental Protection and rational Energy Use,
2.
Technical Drawings, Work plans, dimensional, shape and position tolerances, surface quality, standardization of metal materials,
3.
Properties and use of plant and equipment. Auxiliary materials,
4.
Manufacturing process of machining and machining,
5.
joining techniques,
6.
Testing techniques for lengths, shapes, and surfaces,
7.
Calculate lengths, angles, surfaces, volumes, masses, forces, and speeds.
(5) The duration of the examination referred to in paragraph 4 may be lower in particular, as far as the written examination is carried out in programmed form. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 journeyman test

(1) The journeyman review extends to the skills and knowledge listed in the asset. as well as on the teaching material taught in the vocational education and training course, to the extent that it is essential for vocational training.(2) In the practical test, the test specimen shall produce two test pieces in a maximum of 14 hours. Suitable for this purpose are:
1.
Production of components by machining, pacing and mount to an assembly that, in the interaction of its parts, must perform a function, including scheduling and preparing the workflow, and evaluating the work results,
2.
Making a multi-part surgical instrument that has to perform a function in the interaction of its parts, or of at least four different one-piece surgical instruments surgical instruments, in particular through straightening, free-form grinding, polishing and assembly.
(3) In the written examination in the examination subjects technology, work planning, technical mathematics as well as economic and social studies. Tasks related to practice-related cases, in particular from the following areas, are eligible:
1.
in test subject technology:
a)
Work safety, environmental protection, and rational energy use,
b)
Properties and use of Works and auxiliaries, material testing,
c)
Trenn, forming and joining technology,
d)
Machine Elements,
e)
Machine Technology,
f)
Heat Treatment,
g)
Control Engineering,
h)
Hard-and software for numerically controlled machines,
i)
electrical engineering,
k)
Audit technique, quality assurance,
l)
Operation, application and maintenance of surgical Instruments;
2.
in the Work Planning Review subject:
a)
technical drawings, tables and diagrams, production and job plans, standards,
b)
switching and Function Plans,
c)
Basic Data Processing,
d)
Assessment of technical Data;
to analyze, evaluate and present appropriate solutions by linking information technology, technological and mathematical issues;
3.
in the Technical Mathematics Review subject:
a)
Length, Angle, Surface, Volume, Mass, Force, Torque, Speed, Revolution Frequency, Acceleration,
b)
work, performance, efficiency,
c)
tensile, compressive, and shear strength, thermal expansion,
d)
Pressure in liquids and gases,
e)
electrical quantities,
f)
Manufacturing time, working time, wages and materials;
4.
in the Auditing subject Economic and Social studies: general economic and social contexts of the working and working world.
(4) For written examination, the following time limits are to be assumed:
1in test subject technology120 minutes,
2. in the Work Planning audit tray120 minutes,
3.in the Technical Mathematics Examination Subject60 minutes,
4.in the examination subject Economic and Social studies60 minutes.
(5) The duration of the examination referred to in paragraph 4 may be sub-steps, in particular, to the extent that the written examination is carried out in programmed form.(6) The written examination shall be supplemented, at the request of the examinee or at the discretion of the examination board in individual subjects, by an oral examination, if the examination board may give a rash for the existence of the examination. The written examination has a double weight compared with the oral examination. Written examination within the meaning of paragraphs 7 and 8 shall also be the written examination supplemented by an oral examination.(7) Within the written examination, the examination subject technology has double the weight compared to each of the remaining subjects.(8) The examination has been passed if at least sufficient services are provided in the practical and written examination as well as within the written examination in the examination subject technology. Unofficial table of contents

§ 10 repeal of rules

The occupational profiles, vocational training plans, and examination requirements for the Subject to § 11, the teaching profession, the teaching profession and the comparably regulated training occupations regulated in this Regulation, in particular for the training profession Surgical Mechanic/Surgical Mechanic, are no longer applicable. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Transitional rules

On vocational training conditions that exist at the time of entry into force of this Regulation, the , unless the Contracting Parties agree to the application of the provisions of this Regulation. Non-official table of contents

§ 12 Berlin clause

This regulation applies in accordance with § 14 of the Third Transfer Act in conjunction with Section 128 of the German Code of Contents Handicraft order in the Land of Berlin. Non-official table of contents

§ 13 Entry into force

This regulation occurs on the 1. August 1989, in force. Non-Official Table of Contents

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Asset (to § 5)
Training Framework for Vocational Training for Surgical Mechanic/Surgical Mechanic

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1989, 575-584)

I. Basic vocational training
Lfd. No. part of the training professional image skills and Knowledge to be conveyed in accordance with § 3 (2) timeframe values in weeks in the training year
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
1 Vocational Training
(§ 4 No. 1)
a)
The importance of the training contract, in particular completion, duration and termination,
b)
Mutual rights and obligations arising from the Apprenticeship contract call
c)
call possibilities of continuing vocational training
mediate throughout the training
2 Construction and organization of the training company
(§ 4 no. 2)
a)
explain the structure and tasks of the forming enterprise
b)
Basic functions of the forming enterprise, such as procurement, Production, sales and administration, explain
c)
The relationships of the company and its workforce to economic organizations, professional representatives and trade unions
d)
Basics, tasks, and Working method of the constitutional bodies of the forming
3 Work and Taric Law, Work Protection
(§ 4 No. 3)
a)
essential parts of the work contract (
)
The tasks of occupational health and safety, as well as of the relevant professional association and of the business inspectorate, are
c)
explain
d)
essential provisions of the employment protection laws applicable to the forming
4 occupational safety, environmental protection and rational use of energy
(§ 4 no. 4)
a)
occupational regulations of the statutory accident insurance institutions, in particular accident prevention regulations, guidelines and information sheets, call
b)
occupational related Apply work safety rules for work flows
c)
describe behaviors in accidents and fires, and initiate first-aid actions
d)
essential rules of fire prevention fire protection devices and fire fighting equipment
e)
Hazards, vapours, vapours, gases, highly flammable substances and electricity, note
f)
for the training (c)
to name and contribute to the reduction of the pollution caused by the environment
g)
in the To name the types of energy used and to use the possibilities of rational use of energy in the occupational field of
5 Planning and preparing the workflow as well as controlling and evaluating work results
(§ 4 no. 5)
a)
reconcile and set work steps in compliance with oral and written preferences, and ensure workflow
b)
Estimate part needs and provision
c)
Provide semi-finished products and standard parts according to technical documentation
d)
obtain information for manufacturing and maintenance
e)
Material properties of ferrous and non-ferrous metals as well as of art and natural
5 *)
6 Read, apply, and create technical documentation
(§ 4 No. 6)
a)
Read and apply partial, group, and exploded drawings
b)
technical documentation, in particular repair and operating instructions, catalogs, parts lists, Tables and charts, read and apply
c)
finished sketches
d)
Create logs by statement
e)
read and map digital and analog measurement and audit data
f)
Standards, in particular tolerance standards, apply
g)
handle
7 Check, Measure, Teaching
(§ 4 No. 7)
a)
The flatness of workpieces using the light-splitting method Check
b)
Check the shape precision of workpieces
c)
Check surfaces for wear and damage
d)
Check the angle with fixed angles and measure with universal angle blades
e)
with
f)
Measuring lengths, especially with a bar scale and measuring slide,
g)
Check the position of components and assemblies and measure positional deviation
h)
physical or Measuring electrical quantities according to
6 *) 
*)
In conjunction with other training contents listed in the training framework plan.
8 Add
(§ 4 No. 8)
a)
Check components for surface finish of the joint surfaces and shape tolerance and fix them in a position-compatible position
b)
Parts with screws, nuts and securing elements in accordance with the Connect and back up the order and the tightening torque and the material pairing
c)
Connect bolt and pin connections
d)
Add parts by cold rivets
e)
Soldering tools, loaves and fluxes select
f)
Prepare workpieces or components for soldering
g)
Sheet metal and profiles from different materials
h)
workpieces or components made of different materials, taking into account the Processing policies
7
9 manual clasp and reshaping
(§ 4 no. 9)
a)
tears, baskets, marking:
aa)
rip and mark workpieces while respecting the material properties and surface
bb)
Hole center points as well as control and measurement points baskets
b)
clamping and cutting of hand:
aa)
Select the tools according to material, shape and surface quality of the workpiece
bb)
surfaces and shapes of steel and non-ferrous metal workpieces
cc)
Dividing Workpieces
dd)
Sheet metal, pipes and profiles of iron and non-ferrous metals as well as plastics saws
ee)
Internal and external thread at Cutting compliance with material properties
ff)
Cutting fine sheets with hand or hand lever shears
c)
Reforms:
aa)
bending sheets, pipes, and profiles
bb)
Sheet metal and profile
5
10 machine-edit
(§ 4 No. 10)
a)
Set and set machine values of hand-held or stationary machines; observe working temperature, and associate and apply cooling and lubricant
b)
workpieces or components under Align and span shape and material properties
c)
Select tools in accordance with machining techniques and materials to be machined
d)
align tools and align tools with the tools to be machined
c)
e)
drilling and lowering workpieces or components with hand-held or stationary drilling machines
f)
Separate workpieces or components with hand-held or stationary machines
g)
workpieces or components.
Grinding components with hand-held machines
h)
Tools, in particular, zip needle, grain, drill and chisel, sharpening at the grinder
6
11 Maintenance
(§ 4 No. 11)
a)
Treatment of surfaces: preparing surfaces of metallic workpieces or components for corrosion protection, and corrosion protection agents Select and apply
b)
Wait:
aa)
Clean and maintain operating equipment
bb)
Operating materials, in particular cooling and lubricants, according to operational instructions use
cc)
Perform maintenance by plan and
c)
Check in and function:
aa)
detachable connections, especially screw connections, to safety Check
bb)
Check components for mechanical damage and wear
cc)
Check the motion function of components
dd)
Data on type plates of electrical machines or devices remember
ee)
Electrical connections, especially on connectors, for mechanical damage,
et seq.
typical security measures for electrical machines or devices, and
gg)
Check electrical lines for insulation damage
hh)
Verify the function of electrical components, lines, and fuses
d)
Repairing and disassembling the electrical lines. Mount:
aa)
Removing and replacing parts and assemblies with and without tools
bb)
Dismounted and systematically dismantled
11
12 Turning and Milling
(§ 4 No. 12)
a)
Determining and setting machine values:
aa)
Tools under Taking into account processes, materials and cutting geometry
bb)
The rotation frequency, feed and cutting depth of machine tools for turning and milling operations with the help of tables and diagrams under guidance determining and setting
cc)
Machine tools ready for
b)
Rotating and milling:
aa)
workpieces made of iron and non-ferrous metals up to the dimensional accuracy of +-0.1 mm and up to a surface finish Rz between 4 and 63 Mym, especially with respect to the cooling lubricants, with different turning chisels by cross-pland recuperation and longitudinal round turning
bb)
workpieces made of iron and Non-ferrous metals up to the dimensional accuracy of +-0.1 mm and up to a surface finish Rz between 10 and 40 Mym, in particular with respect to the cooling lubricants, with different milling cutters by end-to-end face milling in the opposite direction.
12 *)
*)
This should already be done Training content taking into account operational priorities as well as the individual learning progress.
II. Vocational training
1 Schedule and prepare the workflow and control and evaluate the results of work
(§ 4 no. 5)
a)
Work Items under consideration
b)
Materials taking into account their properties and the working and processing according to the intended use
c)
Tools, testing and measuring instruments as well as Select and provide tools by use
d)
Identify semi-finished parts, standard parts and ready-made parts from technical documentation, in particular from drawings
e)
Workplace taking into account the Prepare Work Order
f)
Control and rate work
4 *)
g)
Set and ensure workflow taking into account the order as well as organizational and information requirements
h)
Manufacturing and Estimating the maintenance
4
2 Read, apply, and create technical documentation
(§ 4 No. 6)
a)
Read and apply total drawings
b)
Read and apply pneumatic schematics
c)
detect dimension, shape and positional tolerance standards, and surface symbols; and
d)
Apply operation, operation, and maintenance instructions
e)
Recording technical issues, especially in the form of logs and
3 *)
3 Check, Measure, Teaching
(§ 4 No. 7)
a)
Length and shapes in accordance with dimensional, shape and position tolerances with corresponding Gauges and measuring
b)
assess the surface quality in dependence on its
3 *)
4 Subseparation, mapping, and handling of materials and materials
(§ 4 No. 13)
a)
Properties of materials in relation to
b)
distinguishing semi-finished products and workpieces by form, material and machinability
c)
Auxiliary substances, in particular coolants and lubricants, differ from each other. Use after assigning and applying hazardous work materials
d)
Selecting and applying grinding and polishing
4 *)
*)
To mediate in conjunction with other training contents listed in the training framework plan.
5 Soldering, Welding, gluing
(§ 4 No. 14)
a)
brazing, welding:
aa)
Soldering and welding equipment ready to work
bb)
Select tools, loaves and flow-means by properties and intended use
cc)
Parts made of ferrous and non-ferrous metals, taking into account the surface properties of the materials and the materials used in the process. Solder properties solder properties
dd)
Apply Welding Beads on Steel Fine Sheet Metal by Welding
Ee)
I-seams on steel fine
b)
Kleben: Metal components and Plastics with the adhesive suitable for the respective material pairing, taking into account the adhesive-specific processing conditions, in particular the preparation of the surfaces, gluing
4
6 Heat-handling, hardness testing
(§ 4 No. 15)
a)
workpieces harden, tempered, annealed and tempered
b)
workpieces with Check for workshop-style
4
7 Assembly of components to assemblies
(§ 4 No. 16)
a)
Connecting components to assemblies in a proper
4
b)
mounted assemblies function-oriented, securing the location, checking the location and checking by visual inspection, measurement and
4
8 Build and verify Pneumatical circuits
(§ 4 No. 17)
a)
Measuring and adjusting pressure in pneumatic systems
b)
The function of pneumatic components
2
9 Machining of work pieces by hand and hand-guided machines
(§ 4 no. 18)
a)
Drilling in workpieces made of iron and non-ferrous metals up to the positional tolerance of +-0.1 mm
b)
shapes and surfaces on workpieces made of iron and non-ferrous metals with hand-guided machines editing by milling
c)
Edit shapes and surfaces on workpieces made of iron and non-ferrous metals with hand-held machines
d)
Shaps and surfaces on iron and non-ferrous metal workpieces Using hand-held machines by polishing
e)
Shaps and surfaces on hardened and unhardened tool parts with different tools and tools by hand and with hand-guided machines edit
3
10 Edit shapes and surfaces on instruments, devices, or implants
(§ 4 no. 19)
a)
shapes and surfaces on instruments, devices, or implants by hand and with hand-guided machines with the help of polishing and polishing aids
b)
Shake and surface of instruments, Brush, polish, shine
c)
Edit hardened and unhardened instruments, devices or implants by roughing, caring, throat and blasting
8
11 Program of numerically controlled machine tools
(§ 4 No. 20)
a)
Data input and data output devices and volumes handling
b)
Create, enter, test, modify, and optimize programs on numerically controlled machine tools
c)
Determine and set tool overrides
d)
Errors in programs; and
4
12 Machining of workpieces by machining on machine tools
(§ 4 No. 21)
a)
Set up:
aa)
Machine values depending on the combinations of tools and cutting materials, the stability of the machine, tool, workpiece, and the tensioner, the shape of the blank, and the Select and set the tool as well as the surface quality
bb)
Preparing the workpiece clamping means, in particular planks, chuck, driver discs, collet devices, end face drivers and typesetting sticks, and
cc)
align and span workpieces, observe the risk of collision
dd)
Select tools and use them in fixed and adjustable images
ee)
Tools by hand sharp-bows
3
b)
Drilling, sinking, rubbing:
aa)
Drilling in workpieces made of iron and non-ferrous metals and plastics up to a positional tolerance of +-0.1 mm on drilling and turning machines with different Tools by drilling into the wool, drilling, centering, profile sinking and lowering of the plane
bb)
Drilling in workpieces made of ferrous metals up to IT 7 dimensional
c)
Grinding:
hardened and unhardened workpieces up to dimensional accuracy +-0.2 mm
4
d)
Turning and milling:
aa)
workpieces made of iron and non-ferrous metals as well as plastics up to dimensional accuracy IT 8 with different turning chisels due to cross-plan and longitudinal round rotation Machining on lathes
bb)
workpieces made of iron and non-ferrous metals with different turning chisels, especially radii and cones, machined on lathes
cc)
workpieces made of iron and steel. Non-ferrous metals up to the dimensional accuracy IT 8 with different milling cutters by circumference-plane milling and front-circumference-face milling on milling machines
4
dd)
Workpieces made of iron and non-ferrous metals, as well as plastics up to dimensional accuracy IT 7 with different turning chisels by cross-plan and longitudinal round turning on lathes
ee)
workpieces made of iron and non-ferrous metals up to the dimensional accuracy IT 7 with different milling cutters by circumference-face milling and Die-circumference-Machining on milling machines
ff)
Machining workpieces of iron and non-ferrous metals with different milling cutters on milling machines
gg)
Subdivisions on workpieces by making direct parts
hh)
Edit workpieces of iron and non-ferrous metals on numerically controlled machine
  12
13 Edit Workpieces by free-form grinding
(§ 4 No. 22)
a)
plane surfaces on instruments by hand
8 
b)
cylindrical surfaces on instruments of hand-
6
c)
analytically non-determinable areas of instruments and implants free-form
13
d)
sharpened instruments and
13
14 Monting and disassembling instruments, devices, or implants
(§ 4 No. 23)
a)
Connect components and assemblies in a proper way
b)
assembled assemblies in a functional way, securing the location, and by visual inspection, measurement and Learn lessons
c)
disassemble and label instruments, devices, or implants while respecting their
4
15 Checking and setting the function of instruments, devices, or Implants
(§ 4 No. 24)
a)
Check and correct working paths, mismatches, play and parallelism
b)
the single function in the Check and correct the mounted state
c)
Check and correct the overall function, in particular mobility and closing force in the impact
5
16 repair of instruments, devices or implants
(§ 4 No. 25)
a)
Clean the instruments, devices, or implants and disassemble and label
b)
Identify the wear condition and the type and extent of the Set the repair
c)
Rework damaged parts
d)
Make spare parts
e)
replace damaged standard parts
f)
assemble components in a functionally appropriate way and function
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appendix EV extract from EinigVtr Appendix I, chapter V, section III, section III,
(BGBl. II 1990, 889, 998)
-measures for the territory that has been enclosed (Art. 3 Pur.Vtr)-

Section III
Federal law shall enter into force in the territory referred to in Article 3 of the Treaty, with the following measures: style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none; ">
1.
Craft order in the version of the 28. December 1965 (BGBl. 1), as last amended by Article 43 of the Law of 28 June 2003. June 1990 (BGBl. 1221), as well as the legal regulations issued pursuant to § 7 (2), § 25, 27a (1), § 40 and § 46 (3) sentence 3 of the Craft Code, with the following measures:
a)
One of the days of the date of entry into the territory referred to in Article 3 of the Treaty,
aa)
a craft as a standing business self-operating,
bb)
to set or to train apprentices in craft enterprises or
cc)
to guide the Master titles
remain.
b)
Purchasure and supply cooperatives and cooperatives of the production cooperatives of the craft remain a member the Chamber of Craftsman, as far as they are a member of the Chamber of Craftmanship.
c)
The trader who, on the date of entry into force of the date of accession, in the case referred to in Article 3 of the Treaty shall be entitled to operate a craft as a standing business independently, shall be registered, on request or on its own account, with the craft of Appendix A of the Craft Regulations, in the craft of craft trades, which shall be responsible for the craft of craft trades. can be assigned. If such traders legitimately hold the title of master of the craft, they are entitled to the master title of the craft of Appendix A of the Craft Regulations.
d)
On the date of the date of entry into the territory of the territory referred to in Article 3 of the Treaty, traders who do not operate in the sector in which they are employed are employed in the territory of the industry. , but classified as craft in Appendix A of the Craft Regulations, the craft shall be registered at the request or on its own account in the craft of craft trades.
e)
(c) Sentence 1 applies to tradesmen who operate a craft-like industry equivalent to that.
f)
The craft organizations of the craft referred to in Article 3 of the Treaty on the day of the date of entry into force of the accession are up to 31. The provisions of the Craft Regulations are to be adapted accordingly by the date of December 1991, and until then they shall be considered as organizations within the meaning of the Rules of Craft The same applies to the existing skilled worker and master examination commissions; up to the 31. They shall be considered as audit committees within the meaning of the Rules of Craft, December 1991. The Chambers of Crafts shall have immediate effect, but no later than 31. December 1991, the conditions for the participation of the jours in accordance with the provisions of the Craft Regulations.
g)
On the day of the operation of the Existing teaching conditions shall be brought to an end in accordance with the provisions of the previous rules, unless the parties to the teaching contract agree to continue vocational training in a craft of Annex A to the
h)
Apprentices who undergo their professional training under the law of the previous law are examined in accordance with the previous legislation, insofar as the law does not apply to the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs, in agreement with the Federal Minister of Education and Science, by means of a regulation which does not require the consent of the Federal Council, provides for transitional provisions on procedures and jurisdiction.
i)
The review procedures running on the date of the accession date will be completed in accordance with the previous regulations.
k)
The craftwork chambers can be up to 1. 1 December 1995 derogations from the legal regulations adopted pursuant to Section 25 of the Rules of the Craft Act shall be permitted if the requirements set out in this Regulation cannot yet be fulfilled. The exceptions are temporary. The Federal Minister of Economics may, in agreement with the Federal Minister of Education and Science, restrict or repeal the power of sentence 1 by means of a regulation which does not require the approval of the Bundesrat.
l)
The legal regulations according to § 27a (1) and § 40 of the Craft Code require the separate entry into force by the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs, in agreement with the Federal Minister of Education and Science by means of a regulation which does not require the approval of the Federal Council.
m)
The Federal Minister for Economic Affairs, Ordinance pursuant to Section 46 (3) of the Craft Code