Applicable Local Number 8 Of 2007

Original Language Title: Peraturan Daerah Nomor 8 Tahun 2007

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The DRAFT of the REGULATION REGION of NORTH SUMATRA number 8 of 2007 ABOUT the QUALITY TESTING SERVICES LEVY on GOODS with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the GOVERNOR of North Sumatra, Considering: a. that the implementation of the levy on Goods Quality Testing Services is the original source of revenue (PAD) region of North Sumatra Province in the framework of the Organization of the autonomous region, real and responsible; b. that referred to the letter a, will give an important contribution in the sector of the construction industry's trade; c. that based on considerations as referred to the letter a and letter b, need to form a Regulatory Region of North Sumatra about Levy Quality Testing Services. Remember: 1. Act No. 24 of 1956 on the establishment of the autonomous region Province of Aceh and the rule change the formation of the province of North Sumatra (Indonesia Republic Gazette in 1956 Number 64 Jo. Government Regulation Number 21 of 1950 on the establishment of the area of the province (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia in 1950 the number 64 Additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 1103); 2. Legislation – Act No. 10 of 1961 (State Gazette 1961 Indonesia Number 215, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 2210); 3. Law – Law No. 8 of 1981 on the law of criminal procedure (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 76 of 1981, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3209); 4. Legislation – Act No. 5 of 1984 on Industry (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 22 in 1984, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3274); 5. Invite ...-2-5. Legislation – the Republic of Indonesia number 8 of 1999 on the protection of the consumer (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 42 in 1999, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3821); 6. Law – Law Number 34 in 2000 about the changes to the Act No. 18 of 1997 on Tax and regional Levies region (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 246 in 2000, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4048); 7. Law – Law No. 10 of 2004 concerning the formation of Laws – invitations (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 53 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4389); 8. Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 125 of 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4437) as amended by Act No. 8 of 2005 about the determination of the Replacement Government Regulations Act No. 3 of 2005 regarding changes to the Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government into law (Republic of Indonesia Sheet 2005 Number 108 Additional Sheets, the Republic of Indonesia Number 4548); 9. Law – Law Number 33 year 2004 of Financial Equalization between the Central Government and the regions (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 126 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4438); 10. Government Regulation number 17 in 1986 about the authority setting, coaching and Development industry (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 23 in 1986, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3330); 11. Government Regulation Number 102 in 2000 about the Standard National Indonesia (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 199 in 2000, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 40201); 12. Regulation ...-3-12. Government Regulation Number 66 in 2001 about Retribution area (Sheet Republic of Indonesia Number 119 in 2001, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4139); 13. Presidential Decree number 7 in 1989 about the standardization of the National Council; 14. Regulation of North Sumatra Area number 3 in 2001 about the Service – service of the Provinces of North Sumatra (Sumatera Utara Province Region Gazette 2001 No. 3); Together with the approval of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES of the REGIONAL PROVINCE of NORTH SUMATRA and NORTH SUMATRA GOVERNOR M E M U T U S K A N Setting: LOCAL REGULATIONS ABOUT QUALITY TESTING SERVICES LEVY on goods. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Area Regulations is: 1. The area is the province of North Sumatra. 2. Local Government is the Governor and the Region as organizer of local governance. 3. The head of a Region is the Governor of North Sumatra. 4. Officials are employees who are given specific tasks in the field Regional Levies in accordance with the Laws – an invitation. 5. Service of the Department of industry and trade is the province of North Sumatra. 6. the head of Department is head of Department of industry and trade of the province of North Sumatra. 7. The technical Implementing Agency hereinafter abbreviated UNIT was Implementing Technical Service quality certification and Testing Hall goods (BPSMB) at the Department of industry and trade of the province of North Sumatra. 8. Head ....-4-8. Head of Technical Implementing Agency is the head of the technical Office of the implementing Unit Testing Hall and quality certification of the goods (BPSMB) at the Department of industry and trade of the province of North Sumatra. 9. the governing body is a form of business entity that includes a limited liability company, the company komanditer, the company's other State-owned enterprises or the area with the name in any form, firm, peers, cooperatives, pension funds, Alliance, groups, foundations, organizations, political organizations or similar organizations, institutions, business form and other forms. 10. the Bsn is a body hereinafter referred to as the container the non Department that coordinates, synchronizes, nurture and supervise the activities of the accreditation and certification in Indonesia. 11. the next Indonesia National Standard abbreviated SNI is the Standard set by the Technical Agencies after approval from Bsn and applies nationwide. 12. the Standard National Indonesia is a product certification Mark is a sign affixed on goods, packaging or labelling which States that the goods and/or services that meet the requirements. 13. The certificate is a document certifying the conformity of results activities certification against the requirements specified. 14. Products are goods or services that are produced by companies that undertake activities in the field of industrial businesses. 15. Goods are goods that are produced by companies that are doing business in the industry. 16. Laboratory Quality Examiners subsequently abbreviated LPM Laboratory Quality Testers are Goods on the implementing Unit Testing Hall Service and Technical quality certification of the goods at the Office of industry and trade of the province of North Sumatra. 17. The regional Levy collection is the area as payment for services or granting certain specific permissions are provided and/or provided by local governments for the benefit of private persons or entities. 18. Services ...-5-18. Business services are the services provided by local government with the principle of reciprocity – consumer protection and commercial because it basically can be also provided by the private sector. Levy Service testing and quality certification of goods hereinafter Retribution was payment for facility provided local governments to Levy Payers in order to protect the public interest in sectors of the construction industry and trade; 20. The compulsory Levy is a private person or entity according to the laws – the invitation, are required to pay Levies; 21. Levy Period is a period of time which is the time limit for the Compulsory Levy for utilising the services of local governments; 22. Regional Levies Affidavits, which is abbreviated with SKRD is Affidavits Retribution which determine the magnitude of the staple of Retribution; 23. A letter Bill Levy area, which is abbreviated with the Letter to do is STRD Bill levy and/or administrative sanction in the form of interest and/or fines; 24. cash Cash is an area of North Sumatra; 25. Examination is a series of activities to search for, collect, manage and/or description to test compliance of retribution and fulfillment of obligations for other purposes, in order to implement the provisions of the laws – invitation of Retribution; 26. in the field of Crime investigation is Retribution is a series of actions taken by the investigator civil servant who then called investigators, to search for and collect the evidence with the evidence it makes light of the criminal acts in the field of Retribution happening as well as finding should suspect; 27. Trade is any person or business entity, either in the form of a legal entity or not legal entities established and domiciled or conduct activities within the jurisdiction of the Republic of Indonesia alone as well as together with – either through the agreement to convene the business activities in different areas of the economy. 28. certificate of ...


-6-28. Certificate of test results or test result Report is a document published by the laboratory Examiners that lists the test results over the examples of goods that have been tested according to the test method, specification or standard; 29. The certification of conformity of quality is a document or written guarantees provided by the laboratory Examiners to certify that the goods have been appropriate and meets the requirements of the STANDARD; 30. The supervision of goods and/or services is an examination to determine the suitability of the goods and/or services that are certified with the terms specified. CHAPTER II SCOPE article 2 the scope includes the following: a. Sampling; b. testing; c. calibration; d. Penilikan; e. Counselling; f. the development of testing methods; g. Consultation in the field of Quality; h. Training and courses; Article 3 (1) UNIT for quality certification and Testing Hall Items implement the services in accordance with the conditions militate – invitations and/or solicitation service users match the scope of the duties and functions. (2) in the performance of services, Quality of goods Testing Hall UNIT responsible to the head of the official areas or dihunjuk. Article 4 (1) service users who require Services apply to the UNIT for Testing the quality of Goods Hall. (2) UNIT for ...-7-(2) UNIT for Testing the quality of Goods Hall devised a plan appropriate services application for service users and once agreed, an agreement both parties poured in the contract/letter of agreement services. CHAPTER III name, OBJECT and SUBJECT of article 5 with the name LEVY Levy Quality Testing Services Goods free of retribution as a payment for services and discharging facilities provided by local governments. Article 6 Quality Testing Goods Levy Object consists of: a. Testing in order Certification; 1. Standard Indonesia Rubber; 2. Conventional Rubber; 3. General use of Plywood; 4. Seeds of areca nut is not for Drugs; 5. Citronella Oil; 6. Oil ylang ylang; 7. Oil of patchouli; 8. Oil is Vetiver; 9. Eucalyptus oil; 10. Clove leaf oil; 11. Oil of nutmeg; 12. Oil Mace; 13. Sandalwood oil; 14. People; 15. White pepper; 16. Black pepper; 17. The seeds of Pala; 18. Mace; 19. Cassia Indonesia; 20. Coffee; 21. Black tea; 22. Panili; 23. Cocoa beans. B. Testing ....-8-b. Testing in order to Service 1. Testing of rubber and Rubber Goods Testing Organoleptik-Visual per test Characteristics. Chemical tests per test Characteristics. Physics-Mechanics tests per test Characteristics. 2. Testing of wood Processed forest products Testing Organoleptik-Visual per test Characteristics. Chemical tests per test Characteristics. Physics-Mechanics tests per test Characteristics. 3. Testing the chemical testing of Packaging per test Characteristics. Physics-Mechanics tests per test Characteristics. 4. Building Material Testing Testing Organoleptik – Visual per test Characteristics. Chemical tests per test Characteristics. Physics-Mechanics tests per test Characteristics. 5. Testing Testing Organoleptik essential oil – Visually per test Characteristics. Chemical tests per test Characteristics. Physics-Mechanics tests per test Characteristics. 6. Testing of waste water and drinking water in containers of chemical Tests per test Characteristics. Physics-Mechanics tests per test Characteristics. 7. Petroleum Chemical Testing Testing per the test Characteristics. Physics-Mechanics tests per test Characteristics. 8. Testing the minerals and Chemical testing of Minerals per test Characteristics. Physics-Mechanics tests per test Characteristics. 9. Industrial Chemical Testing results of Testing per the test Characteristics. Physics-Mechanics tests per test Characteristics. 10. Testing the chemical testing of Toys per test Characteristics. Physics-Mechanics tests per test Characteristics. 11. Testing textile and Garment Testing Chemical per test Characteristics. Physics-Mechanics tests per test Characteristics. 12. Testing ...-9. Testing oils and fats Organoleptik – Visual Testing per test Characteristics. Chemical tests per test Characteristics. Physics-Mechanics tests per test Characteristics. 13. Testing the fruit – buahan, Processed Vegetables and similar products Organoleptik – Visual Testing per test Characteristics. Chemical tests per test Characteristics. Physics-Mechanics tests per test Characteristics. 14. Seeds – whole grains, Cereals and nuts Organoleptik – Visual Testing per test Characteristics. Chemical tests per test Characteristics. Physics-Mechanics tests per test Characteristics. 15. Flour and similar products Organoleptik – Visual Testing per test Characteristics. Chemical tests per test Characteristics. Physics-Mechanics tests per test Characteristics. 16. product biscuits, noodles and similar products Organoleptik – Visual Testing per test Characteristics. Chemical tests per test Characteristics. Physics-Mechanics tests per test Characteristics. 17. Material refreshments, Drinks, tobacco and Smoking Organoleptik – Visual Testing per test Characteristics. Chemical tests per test Characteristics. Physics-Mechanics tests per test Characteristics. 18. Sugar, Sugar Products, cocoa, Cocoa Products and similar products Organoleptik – Visual Testing per test Characteristics. Chemical tests per test Characteristics. Physics-Mechanics tests per test Characteristics. 19. Spices – spice and Seasoning Cook Organoleptik – Visual Testing per test Characteristics. Chemical tests per test Characteristics. Physics-Mechanics tests per test Characteristics. 20. Fish and Fish Products Organoleptik – Visual Testing per test Characteristics. Chemical tests per test Characteristics. Physics-Mechanics tests per test Characteristics. 21. The milk ...-10-21. Milk and milk products Organoleptik – Visual Testing per the test Characteristics. Chemical tests per test Characteristics. Physics-Mechanics tests per test Characteristics. 22. Fermented product Testing Organoleptik – Visual per test Characteristics. Chemical tests per test Characteristics. Physics-Mechanics tests per test Characteristics. 23. The starch Product Testing Organoleptik – Visual per test Characteristics. Chemical tests per test Characteristics. Physics-Mechanics tests per test Characteristics. 24. Eggs and egg products Organoleptik – Visual Testing per test Characteristics. Chemical tests per test Characteristics. Physics-Mechanics tests per test Characteristics. 25. The testing of livestock Feed and food ingredients Testing Organoleptik – Visual per test Characteristics. Chemical tests per test Characteristics. Physics-Mechanics tests per test Characteristics. C. Other Testing 1. Chemical tests per test Characteristics 2. Testing of food additive per test Characteristics. 3. Testing of metallic impurities per metal type 4. Microbiology testing per the test Characteristics 5. Pesticide testing 6. Residue testing per type of pesticide 7. Testing Formulation active ingredient per 8. Testing Vitamins per Characteristics test 9. Iodized Salt and salt testing raw materials per test Characteristics 10. Testing the test Characteristics per AMDK 11. Fertilizer testing per 12-test Characteristics. The testing ban per the test Characteristics 13. Lamp Swaballast per test Characteristics d. Services ...-11-d. Calibration Services Calibration Correlations Cera Tester (Oven Method) e. Jasa Penilikan Penilikan to Trade f. Services Extension Extension to businessmen g. Services development of testing methods development of Methods per each method h. consulting services in the field of quality of consulting in the field of quality i. training services and training courses Training Sampling Testing Calibration Training Training Commodity (product) of training of training quality system quality control supervision and quality control of article 7 (1) of the subject Levy is a businessmen get testing services or use of facilities and infrastructure provided local governments. (2) any Service Quality Testing of the goods obliged to pay retribution. CHAPTER IV the LEVY article 8 Quality Testing Services Levy of goods classified as retribution service efforts. Chapter V ...-12-chapter V HOW to MEASURE the LEVEL of USE of the SERVICE article 9 use of levels of service against discharging facilities provided the local authorities measured based on: a. Testing the quality of goods; b. type, Volume, quality and quantity of services provided local governments. CHAPTER VI PRINCIPLES and OBJECTIVES in the DETERMINATION of the STRUCTURE and MAGNITUDE of TARIFF LEVIES article 10 Principles and objectives in the determination of the structure and magnitude of tariff levies based on local government policy having regard to operational costs, the cost of care and maintenance, the capabilities of the community, aspects of fairness and legal certainty. CHAPTER VII the STRUCTURE and SIZE of the TARIFF section 11 (1) for each Testing the quality of goods is subject to a levy on Goods Quality Testing services. (2) the structure and magnitude of tariff levy on objects referred to in article 6, are listed on the attachment, which is the part that is inseparable from the Rule of this area. (3) the structure and size of sampling fees are governed further by a decision of the Head of the region. CHAPTER VIII TIME LEVY and the LEVY PAYABLE when article 12 (1) the time of Retribution is each time services (2). ...


-20-(2) Levy payable is at the time of publication or other Document SKRD equated. CHAPTER IX VOTING TERRITORY Article 13 owed Levy imposed on the territory of the region where the granting of top Quality Testing services. CHAPTER X the SETTING of LEVIES Article 14 (1) a levy payable assigned by publishing SKRD or other documents used interchangeably. (2) the shape of the contents and publication procedures SKRD as mentioned on paragraph (1), set by the head of the region. CHAPTER XI PROCEDURES for COLLECTION of article 15 (1) Levy imposed by using SKRD or other documents used interchangeably. (2) Eritreans Retribution cannot be diborongkan. (3) the procedures for collecting levies set by the head of the region. CHAPTER XII the PAYMENT PROCEDURES of article 16 (1) the payment of Levies owed should be repaid at once. (2) the procedures for payments, remittance, place of payment of the levy set by the head of the region. CHAPTER XIII ....-14-CHAPTER XIII the CONSTRUCTION of article 17 (1) Coaching against companies that have already implemented the quality management system implemented per 1 (one) year. (2) construction of the implementation regulations of the area was carried out by the head of the Official areas or dihunjuk. (3) the construction of the Laboratory against existing Quality Testers in North Sumatra Province was done by the head of the Official areas or dihunjuk. CHAPTER XIV the SUPERVISION of article 18 (1) For Businessmen who do export/import products that are applied to the supervision of the Mutunya required to attach Quality Compliance (COC) issued/endorsed by the head of the Official areas or dihunjuk. (2) for the Businessmen who have Quality Testers the laboratory results of own production, Quality of conformity confirms the compulsory or the published test results Report the head region or officials who dihunjuk to include examples of repeated trials as a cross check of 1% (one percent) of the total number of party goods to be exported. (3) for the Businessmen who have Laboratory Quality Testers who published the certificate of conformity of quality Test Results or reports, mandatory calibrate equipment at least one (1) times in a year to a dihunjuk instance of the head area. CHAPTER XV Article 19 ADMINISTRATIVE SANCTIONS in the event of compulsory levies do not pay on time or less to pay administrative penalties in the form of interest rate 2% (two percent) per month from the levy owed or less pay and charged with using STRD. CHAPTER XVI ...-15-CHAPTER XVI of the CRIMINAL PROVISIONS of article 20 (1) every person who contravenes the provisions of article 6 and article 11 paragraph (2) are convicted by criminal confinement of not longer than three (3) months or a fine of as much as-the number of Rp 50,000,000.0.-(fifty million rupiah). (2) a criminal offence referred to in subsection (1) of this article is a violation of. (3) the Managing Officer who deliberately performs actions that are distinctively harming local government punishable according to applicable legislation. CHAPTER XVII the PROBE clause 21 (1) of the particular civil servant Officials in the local government Environment was authorized as a special investigator to conduct the investigation of criminal acts in the area of Levy, referred to in the law of criminal procedure. (2) the authority of the Ombudsman referred to in subsection (1) of this article is: a. receive, search for, collect, and researching information or reports with regard to criminal acts in the field of Retribution so that such reports or information becomes more complete and clear; b. examine, search, and collects personal information about the person or entity about the truth of the acts committed in connection with a criminal offence in the field of Retribution; c. requesting information and evidence from a private person or entity with respect to any criminal offence in Retribution; d. examine the books, records, and other documents with regard to criminal acts in the field of Retribution; e. conducting the search to obtain evidence bookkeeping, record keeping and other documents, as well as do foreclosures against evidence; f. asks ... ... ....-16-f. enlisted the help of experts in the framework of the implementation of the tasks of investigation criminal acts in the field of retribution; g. sent stop and/or prohibit someone leave the room or place at the time of the ongoing examination and checking the identity of the person and/or documents taken as stated on the letter e; h. photographing someone related to the criminal acts of Retribution; i. call the people to be heard and examined his statement as a suspect or a witness; j. stop the investigation; k. perform other actions that are necessary for the smooth running of the crime investigation in Retribution according to the law in accordance with the prevailing laws and regulations. (3) the Investigation referred to in subsection (1), notify the commencement of investigation and convey the results of the investigation to the public prosecutor through Investigation Police officials of the Republic of Indonesia, in accordance with the provisions set forth in Law – law of criminal procedure. CHAPTER XVIII TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Article 22 with the enactment of the regulations in this Area, then testing the quality of goods that have been implemented throughout the Regulation does not conflict with this region, still applies until the period ends. CHAPTER XIX CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 23 (1) with the entry into force of the regulation of this area, then the Regulation Provinces North Sumatera No. 4 in 2003 was declared no longer valid. (2) things – things that haven't quite set in the regulation of this area is all about their implementation will be established by regulation of the head area. Article 24 ... ... ... ... ....

-17-Article 24 of regulation of this area comes into force on the date of promulgation. In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of regulations in this Area with its placement in the sheet Region of North Sumatra. Passed in Medan on August 7, 2007 the GOVERNOR of North Sumatra, dto RUDOLF m. ARCHANAM1989 Enacted in Medan on SECRETARY of the province, dto. H. MUHYAN TAMBUSE SHEET AREAS of NORTH SUMATRA in 2007 number 8 EXPLANATION of REGULATORY REGION of NORTH SUMATRA number 8 of 2007 T E N T A N G LEVY on GOODS QUALITY TESTING SERVICES i. GENERAL EXPLANATION that with the enactment of the legislation – Number 32 year 2004 about local governance and Legislation – Law Number 33 year 2004 of Financial Equalization between the Central Government and the regions , organizing local Governments conducted by giving broader authority, real and responsible to the region. In implementing the autonomy need to emphasize the principle – the principle of democracy, the role of the community, equity, justice and accountability as well as paying attention to the potential and diversity of the region. Testing the quality of Goods Services levy is one of the Original sources of revenue to finance the holding of Regional local governance and regional development to establish a vast autonomous region, real and responsible. The efforts referred to above is done by leveraging the Technical Implementing Laboratory Facilities Service quality certification and Testing Hall Goods at Department of industry and trade of the province of North Sumatra. Based on considerations – considerations referred to above, then the provincial Government of North Sumatra will need to form a Regulatory Region of North Sumatra about Retribution Service Quality Testing stuff. II. The SAKE ARTICLE ARTICLE article 1: sufficiently clear chapter 2: the letter a is the Sampling is a Sampling activity by officers of The Sample in accordance with the sampling method. Letter b: is Testing is to do a series of test events starting from the receipt of the sample up to the publication of the test results. the letter c.


-2-letter c: is the Calibration is to be made doing a performance laboratory equipment based on raw materials and tools. Letter d: the definition of Penilikan is to do observations directly against the implementation of quality control activities are guided by the provisions and ordinances that apply. the letter e: what is meant by Counselling is to do activities guidance and direction directly about things – things that are associated with the construction and quality control. letter f: is the development of a test Method is to perform the updates and refinements to the testing.  the renewal method of Testing is a method of testing changes as a result of the process of insertion of the science and technology activities that are new and different with the method – a method that is already there.  completion of testing Methods is the improvement method of testing so obtained a better method of method – a method that is already there. Letter g: is the Consultation in the field of Quality is to make consultations on the quality of the goods as well as other technical which include, among others, information, guidance and technical guidance in the field of quality. the letter h: is the exercise and the course is to provide activities that are either theory or practice to participants of the courses/job training which includes: sampling, testing laboratory, administration example, penilikan, lab equipment and other things related to knowledge management about quality control laboratory and good and right. Article 3 s/d 6: sufficiently clear chapter 7: is the test Example Restarted as a Cross Check of 1% (one percent) of the total number of party goods to be exported are: Suppose a company A will export 50 tons of rubber SIR. 1 ton = 1 pallet = 1,200 kg or 1,000 kg 1. pallet = 30 bale, for ordinary pallet = 36 bale, for jumbo pallet. Flat – average weight per bale 33.33 kg s/d 35 kg per pallet taken sample as much of the fruit to pallet = 3 and 4 jumbo pallet for fruit. Then ...-3-Then the example Cros Check will be sent to the UNIT. Quality certification and Testing Hall Goods pallet = 50 x 4 examples (Jumbo pallet) = 200 examples, so 1% x 200 example example = 2 x @ 360 = 720 Gr. then Cross Check the 1% sample to 50 tons of gum = 720 gr. Article 8 s/d 25: sufficiently clear ANCILLARY AREAS of NORTH SUMATRA PROVINCIAL GAZETTE number 8 ATTACHMENT RULES AREA of NORTH SUMATRA PROVINCE number 8 of 2007 DATED August 7, 2007 the RATES CHARGED for the SERVICE of TESTING the QUALITY of GOODS NO type of commodity Quality Testing Unit Cost/Sample (Rp) Ket 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 SIR (Standard Indonesian Rubber) Conventional Rubber Gaplek Lemongrass oil patchouli oil Oil Ylang Oil Vetiver Oil Eucalyptus leaf oil of clove Oil Nutmeg Mace Oil sandalwood oil white pepper black pepper Nutmeg Mace Cassia Panili black tea Coffee Indonesia Plywood Areca Nut Seeds cocoa beans not a cure for cake for cake Koprah Core palm oil coconut oil palm oil Fraction of palm oil Wood Charcoal coconut shell Charcoal fresh ginger Pecan instant noodles-sheet Sample Sample Example Example Example Example Example Example Example Example Example Example Example Example Example Example Example Example Example Example Example Example Sheet Example Example Example Example Example Example Example Example IDR 35,000.0 IDR 3,000.0 IDR 40,000.0 IDR 50,000.0 IDR 87,500.0 IDR 75,000.0 IDR 55,000.0 IDR 37,500.0 IDR 37,500.0 IDR 37,500.0 IDR 37,500.0 IDR 62,500.0 IDR 40,000.0 IDR 40,000.0 IDR 20,000.0-Rp. 20,000 ,-Until Rp. 40,000.0-IDR 25,000.0 IDR 10,000.0 IDR 40,000.0 IDR 50,000.0 IDR 25,000.0 IDR-20,000.0------------2-34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 cooking oil Soy soft drink drinking water in containers (AMDK) Iodized Salt Fertilizer Flour Test Swaballast Lights Tire Rubber and Rubber finished goods a. Organoleptik – Visual Testing Per the test Characteristics. b. Chemical Tests Per Test Characteristics. c. Testing the physics-Mechanics Per characteristics. Testing Processed Timber and forest products a. Testing the Visual Organoleptik Per characteristics. b. Chemical Tests Per Test Characteristics. c. Testing the physics-Mechanics Per Test Characteristics. Packaging testing a. Testing of chemical Per Test Characteristics. b. Testing the physics-Mechanics Per Test Characteristics. Building Material testing a. Testing Organoleptik-Visual Per Test Characteristics. b. Chemical Tests Per Test Characteristics. c. Testing the physics-Mechanical Characteristics Testing Test Per the essential oils of a. Organoleptik-Visual Testing Per the test Characteristics. b. Chemical Tests Per Test Characteristics. c. Testing the physics-Mechanical Characteristics Testing Trials Per waste water and drinking water in containers of chemical Testing a. Per the test Characteristics. b. Microbiological Test Characteristics Per Test. Example Example Example Example Example Example Example Example Example –-–-–-–-–-–-–-–-–-– IDR 75,000.0 IDR 75,000.0 IDR 75,000.0 IDR 75,000.0 IDR 75,000.0 IDR 75,000.0 IDR 30,000.0 IDR 75,000.0 IDR 60,000.0 IDR 30,000.0 IDR 60,000.0 IDR 55,000.0 IDR 65,000.0 IDR 55,000.0 IDR 30,000.0 IDR 65,000.0 IDR 55,000.0 IDR 15,000.0 IDR 60,000.0 IDR 40,000.0 IDR 75,000.0 IDR 65,000.0--3-49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 a petroleum Testing a. Testing of chemical Per Test Characteristics. b. Testing the physics-Mechanical Characteristics Testing Trials Per minerals and Minerals a. Chemical Tests Per Test Characteristics. b. Testing the physics-Mechanical Characteristics Testing Test Results Per Industry a. Chemical Tests Per Test Characteristics. b. Testing the physics-Mechanical Characteristics Testing Test Toys Per Child a. Chemical Tests Per Test Characteristics. b. Testing the physics-Mechanical Characteristics Testing Trials Per textile and Garment a. Chemical Tests Per Test Characteristics. b. Testing the physics-Mechanical Characteristics Testing Per c. Testing Flammability Testing Test Characteristics Per oils and fats a. Organoleptik-Visual Testing Per the test Characteristics. b. Chemical Tests Per Test Characteristics. c. Testing the physics-Mechanical Characteristics Per product test the fruits, vegetables and Processed similar products a. Organoleptik-Visual Testing Per the test Characteristics. b. Chemical Tests Per Test Characteristics. c. Testing the physics-Mechanical Characteristics Testing Per grain, cereals and legumes a. Organoleptik-Visual Testing Per the test Characteristics. b. Chemical Tests Per Test Characteristics. c. Testing the physics-Mechanical Characteristics Testing Per--------------------IDR 65,000.0 IDR 50,000.0 IDR 50,000.0 IDR 30,000.0 IDR 40,000.0 IDR 30,000.0 IDR 75,000.0 IDR 50,000.0 IDR 75,000.0 IDR 60,000.0 IDR 50,000.0 IDR 25,000.0 IDR 75,000.0 IDR 25,000.0 IDR 25,000.0 IDR 65,000.0 IDR 25,000.0 IDR 25,000.0 IDR 65,000.0 IDR-25,000.0-4-57 58 59 60 61 62 Flour-starchy Staples And similar products a. Organoleptik-Visual Testing Per the test Characteristics. b. Chemical Tests Per Test Characteristics. c. Testing the physics-Mechanical Characteristics Per test. Product biscuits, noodles and similar products a. Organoleptik-Visual Testing Per the test Characteristics. b. Chemical Tests Per Test Characteristics. c. Testing the physics-Mechanical Characteristics testing of Materials Per refreshments, Drinks And Tobacco Smoking a. Organoleptik-Visual Testing Per the test Characteristics. b. Chemical Tests Per Test Characteristics. c. Testing the physics-Mechanical Characteristics Testing Per Product, Sugar sugar, cocoa, Cocoa Products And similar products a. Organoleptik-Visual Testing Per the test Characteristics. b. Chemical Tests Per Test Characteristics. c. Testing the physics-Mechanical Characteristics Testing Per the spices and Cook Bumbuh a. Organoleptik-Visual Testing Per the test Characteristics. b. Chemical Tests Per Test Characteristics. c. Testing the physics-Mechanics Per Test Characteristics of fish and Fish Products a. Organoleptik-Visual Testing Per the test Characteristics. b. Chemical Tests Per Test Characteristics. c. Testing the physics-Mechanical Characteristics Testing Per------------------IDR 25,000.0 IDR 65,000.0 IDR 25,000.0 IDR 25,000.0 IDR 65,000.0 IDR 25,000.0 IDR 25,000.0 IDR 65,000.0 IDR 25,000.0 IDR 25,000.0 IDR 65,000.0 IDR 25,000.0 IDR 25,000.0 IDR 65,000.0 IDR 25,000.0 IDR 25,000.0 IDR-65,000.0-25,000.0-Rp.


-5-63 64 65 66 67 68 milk and dairy products a. Organoleptik-Visual Testing Per the test Characteristics. b. Chemical Tests Per Test Characteristics. c. Testing the physics-Mechanical characteristics of the Fermentation product test Per a. Organoleptik-Visual Testing Per the test Characteristics. b. Chemical Tests Per Test Characteristics. c. Testing the physics-Mechanical Characteristic Test of starch Products Per a. Organoleptik-Visual Testing Per the test Characteristics. b. Chemical Tests Per Test Characteristics. c. Testing the physics-Mechanics Per Test Characteristics of the eggs and egg products a. Organoleptik-Visual Testing Per the test Characteristics. b. Chemical Tests Per Test Characteristics. c. Testing the physics-Mechanical Characteristics Testing Materials Test Per Forage and feed a. Aflatoxin Per Characteristics Test b. Tests Organoleptik-Visual Characteristics Per test. c. Testing the physics-Mechanical Characteristics Testing Other Test Per. 1. Chemical Testing Per the test Characteristics 2. Testing Of Food Additive Per Test Characteristics. 3. Testing of metallic Impurities Per Metal Type 4. Microbiology Testing Per The Test Characteristics. 5. Testing of Pesticide Residue Testing a. Per types of pesticides. b. Testing the formulation of active ingredients Per 6. Testing Vitamins Per Test Characteristics. ----------------------IDR 25,000.0 IDR 65,000.0 IDR 25,000.0 IDR 25,000.0 IDR 65,000.0 IDR 25,000.0 IDR 25,000.0 IDR 65,000.0 IDR 25,000.0 IDR 25,000.0 IDR 65,000.0 IDR 25,000.0 IDR 25,000.0 IDR 25,000.0 IDR 65,000.0 IDR 75,000.0 IDR 75,000.0 IDR 75,000.0 IDR 75,000.0 IDR 75,000.0 IDR 75,000.0 IDR-75,000.0-6-69 70 71 72 73 7. Iodized salt 8. Fertilizers 9. All purpose flour 10. Ban 11. Swaballast lamp Service calibration calibration Calibration Temperature Quantity Quantity Quantity dimension of Mass Calibration Calibration Calibration Style Quantity Quantity Quantity Optical Calibration the calibration of Volumetric others – other Services Penilikan Penilikan in order to quality control the eye merchandise. Request heavy weighing Demand Fumigation Costs Endorsement per certificate of conformity of quality Services Extension Extension to the company's consulting services in the field of quality Consulting in the field of quality training services and training courses Training Sampling Testing calibration Training Training Training Training commodity quality control Management System of quality supervision and quality control-------------------------IDR 75,000.0 IDR 75,000.0 IDR 75,000.0 IDR 75,000.0 IDR 75,000.0 IDR 75,000.0-Rp. 25,000 ,-Until Rp. 75,000.0-IDR 75,000.0 IDR 60,000.0 IDR 75,000.0 IDR 75,000.0 IDR 250,000.0 IDR 500.0 IDR 2,500.0 IDR 5,000.0 IDR 250,000.0 IDR 250,000.0 IDR 150,000.0 IDR 150,000.0 IDR 150,000.0 IDR 150,000.0 IDR 150,000.0 IDR 150,000.0 IDR 150,000.0-GOVERNOR of NORTH SUMATRA, RUDOLF m. ARCHANAM1989