Civil Protection And Disaster Management Law

Original Language Title: Civilās aizsardzības un katastrofas pārvaldīšanas likums

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/op/2016/100.1


The Saeima has adopted and the President promulgated the following laws: Civil protection and disaster management law chapter I General provisions article 1. The terms used in the law, the law is applied in the following terms: 1) civil protection — the organizational, engineering, economic, financial, social, educational and scientific activities that are implemented at national and local government bodies and the public to ensure the people, the environment and the safety of property, as well as the implementation of appropriate action disaster and disaster threat; 2) disaster — an event that caused the loss of human lives and endanger human life or health, caused damage to or caused harm to people, the environment or property, as well as caused or cause significant material and financial losses and exceeded the responsible State and local authorities to prevent the daily capacity of the postošo conditions of the event; 3 the threat of disaster — a situation) where risk assessment, forecasts, information or other circumstances indicate a reasonable probability of disaster; 4) the disaster management manage and coordinate prevention, preparedness, response, relief measures, as well as reconstruction measures that are taken to ensure that civil defence tasks; 5) preventive measures — a series of measures that are taken to prevent or reduce the risk of disasters; 6) preparedness measures — a series of measures which are being taken to prepare for the disaster required action; 7) early warning — targeted and immediately to the responsible institutions and people aware of the disaster or disaster threat and required action; 8) national early warning systems — autonomous operational technological system or set of such systems that provide early warning; 9) response: a series of measures which are being taken to reduce or eliminate postošo conditions and their consequences, prevent or reduce damage to people, the environment and property; 10) rescue: response and relief measures in the measures that plans, manages and carries out the State fire and rescue service, except for rescue operations at sea and internal waters from the base line to the coast line, which plans, manages and conducts the national armed forces; 11) relief measures — a series of measures which are being taken to ensure at least a minimum basic needs of the population related to human survival, and stop or mitigate the health, environment and property; 12) restoration measures — a series of measures that are taken to help in a proportionate and timely victims people and restore the environment and property in the State it was before the crash; 13) international assistance — a series of measures that, in application of this law are made to respond to the disaster and eliminate the effects of the disaster; 14) basic needs — food, housing, health care, medical treatment, electricity, water, heating, waste and waste water collection, communications security; 15) coordination, national and local government bodies to coordinate action in taking preventive, preparedness, response, relief measures, as well as reconstruction measures. 2. article. The purpose of the law the purpose of the law is to define the system of civil protection and disasters management entity to ensure as far as possible people, the environment and the safety and protection of property disaster or disaster threat. 3. article. Civil protection system and its tasks (1) Civil protection system is a national security system, which consists of national and local government bodies, legal and natural persons who have legal rights, duties and responsibilities in the field of civil protection. (2) Organization of Civil protection system is based on the principle of cooperation between the territory and the civil protection unit of the territorial structure of the system are the counties and cities of the Republic. (3) the Civil protection system tasks are the following: 1) provide the people, the environment and the safety of property; 2) to enable the public to possible minimum basic needs of disaster or disaster threat; 3) early to predict disaster threats; 4) to plan and to take timely preventive measures; 5) provide assistance to the victims of disasters and reduce damage caused by the disaster, or may lead to people, the environment and property; 6) to plan and execute a renewal measures; 7) legislation in order to give and receive international assistance; 8) to support the national protection system, if happened the military invasion or war started.
Chapter II disaster, risk assessment and disaster management article 4. Disaster types and scale (1) according to the causes of the disaster settled: 1) natural disasters: a) geophysical — earthquakes, landslides, b) hydrological, pal, floods, ice jams, c) meteorological — torrential rain, hail, snow, storm, whirlwind banks, d) klimatoloģisk — strong, cold or heat, the ice storm, drought, forest and peat bog fires, e) biological epidemics, Epizooties,-epifitotij, f) cosmic-meteorite fall, ģeomagnētisk storms; 2) man-made or anthropogenic disasters: a) handling disaster arising from chemical, radioactive and biological substances, buildings and constructions of the outbreak of fire, explosion, dams and other waterworks structures rupture, in damage, utility network crash, collapse of buildings and premises or means of transport as a result of the accident, (b), the public disorder) terrorist acts and internal unrest. (2) according to the amount of damage caused by: 1) distinguished local disasters — disasters caused damage amounts less than one municipal administrative territory; 2) regional disasters — disasters caused damage exceeding one of the municipal administrative territory; 3) national disasters — disasters devastation affects the entire country or a significant part of it. 5. article. (1) a risk assessment Risk assessment is a process that includes risk identification, risk analysis and risk evaluation. (2) Risk identification is the risk of detection, identification and description of the process. (3) Risk analysis is a process that is carried out in order to understand the nature of risk and determine its level. (4) the Risk assessment is the process by which the risk analysis results are compared with the risk criteria to determine whether the risk is acceptable and the level or satisfactory. (5) Risk criteria are reference points that are used to assess the probability and consequences of risks. 6. article. Disaster management

(1) the disaster management is coordinated by the Ministry of Defense: 1) — disaster at sea in accordance with the maritime administration maritime safety and law, as well as your property or owned military buildings and civil engineering to the land; 2) — the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Latvia a disaster missions and Embassy buildings and civil engineering abroad; 3 the Ministry of the economy)-catastrophe related to energy production or energy and energy transport infrastructure (gas leak line gas in pipelines, gas leak and fuel supply systems, power generation equipment, hydroelectric waterworks structures break down, the electricity grid infrastructure damage); 4) Interior Ministry, disaster related to fire, earthquake, landslide, acts of terrorism, public disorder, internal unrest or transport crash inland waters to the coast line; 5) environmental protection and regional development, the Ministry of disasters associated with hazardous chemical substances and mixtures, except leaks to the sea and the internal waters from the base line to the coast line, including cases where the contaminated sea coast, with the event of radiological emergency, as well as with the storms, whirlpools, showers, pal, floods, hail, strong Island, icing, snow banks, ice jams, or high heat; 6) — Ministry of transport disasters related to rail, road or air transport and civil disaster or accident, oil and oil products transit pipeline disaster or accident, as well as accidents or incidents in the port and marine waterworks civil engineering; 7) Ministry of health — disasters linked to human infectious disease epidemics; 8) Ministry of agriculture, disaster related to forest and peat bog fires, droughts, polder, the waterworks building, excluding hydroelectric power, ports and maritime accidents; the building the waterworks epizootic and epifitotij, associated with the presence of the animal or animals of a mass of dangerous infectious disease outbreaks and plant savairošano of harmful organisms; 9) – disasters municipal administrative territory related to the collapse of buildings and premises, accidents, heating the water, waste water or sewage system. (2) the first paragraph of this article, the Ministry, with the involvement of its subordinated bodies or authorities (hereinafter referred to as disaster management entity), in cooperation with other ministries, State and local authorities do the disaster management coordination tasks: 1) assess risk; 2) on the basis of the risk assessment, determine the preventive, readiness, response and relief measures in the development development planning documents, legislation and other documents; 3) on the basis of a risk assessment, identify and plan for managing the resources of the disaster. (3) the response and relief work Manager depending on the type of disaster is laid down in the national civil protection plan or collaborative area civil protection plans. (4) the response and relief work of the Manager is the right response and relief efforts involve national and local government bodies, legal and natural persons, as well as the resources at their disposal. (5) subject to the administration of the disaster after the disaster, in collaboration with other ministries, State and local authorities determine the order of priority and carried out restoration measures. (6) Ministry, State and local authorities provide disaster management entity managing the disaster coordination task required for the implementation of the aid. 7. article. Evacuation (1) evacuation is an independent movement of the specified safe direction or relocation to a safe place before the disaster or disaster of the territory or premises, which led to the conditions present any danger to human life and health. (2) a decision on the evacuation of the population accepts the disaster management, response and relief work by the driver or an object's owner or legal possessor, based on: 1) for information on the disaster threat; 2) for information on the consequences of the disaster, which can cause hazard to human life and health.
(Iii) the Department of Civil protection and disaster management system subjects the duties, responsibilities and rights in article 8. The Prime Minister and Cabinet's tasks (1) Prime Minister: 1) monitor the functioning of the system of civil protection and the performance of its tasks; 2) decides on a proposal to take over the municipal local disaster management coordination. (2) the Cabinet of Ministers: 1) decide on the funding authorities need them down the tasks of civil protection and disaster management; 2) requires the establishment of the Commission of civil protection procedures, tasks, rights, work organisation and the civil protection municipal cooperation in the Commission; 3) governed by the increased hazard awareness, detection of objects, the civil protection and disaster management planning and implementation modalities, and approved an increased hazard objects; 4) determines the order in which the State or local government institution involved in the response and relief activities of legal or natural persons of existing resources; 5) shall determine any legal or natural person eligible expenses and losses resulting from its resources by getting the response and relief efforts, as well as the calculation of the amount of the compensation arrangements; 6) establishes the national civil defence for the creation of the contact point, tasks and rights, as well as the order in which it partnered with emergency response and Coordination Center, and the Euro-Atlantic disaster response coordination centre and the other international organizations and foreign countries; 7) national early warning systems, operations, and funding arrangements. 9. article. The Ministry, public institutions and their managers, and the right to (1) the Ministry shall ensure the execution of the tasks of the civil protection, the sector requires the development of draft legislation and the coordination of disaster management at the national, regional and local level. (2) the Ministry of the Interior coordinated civil protection system development planning and action. (3) Civil protection tasks in support of the public authorities and chaired by the Chief Administrative Officer of the State authorities. (4) the head of a public body has the following tasks: 1) plan and implement national institutions to ensure the continuous operation of disaster or disaster threat required action;
2) develop, coordinate with the State fire and rescue service and approve a public body or an object in possession or increased hazard the object of civil protection plan; 3) to provide the national civil protection plan in the areas of cooperation and civil protection national authority established in the plan of action for accurate and timely; 4) provide a public body employees and visitors to the property in or possession of the security of the object or the object of increased hazard; 5) after the disaster management subject's request to provide information on State authority existing resources to be used for disaster management. (5) the Ministry and State institutions according to their field of action develop and provide recommendations for State and local government institutions, and the increased danger of objects the object owners and the legal possessor, as well as provide recommendations for action to the citizens disaster or disaster threat. (6) Ministry and State institutions in this statutory jurisdiction is entitled to request and receive, free of charge from national and municipal authorities, legal and natural persons civil protection and disaster management information. (7) the Ministry and the national body shall have the right to conclude, in writing, the services and cooperation agreements and arrangements for civil protection and disaster management with other State or local government authorities, legal and natural persons. (8) the Ministry shall have the right to impose its authority subordinated to the obligation to draw up an appropriate object of civil protection plan that is consistent with the State fire and rescue service. 10. article. State fire and rescue service, and the right to

(1) the State fire and rescue service's tasks are as follows: 1) manage, coordinate and control the civil protection system; 2) to examine and match objects, and increased danger object civil protection plans; 3) to establish and maintain in his possession, as well as legal and natural persons in possession of the property or the existing fire and rescue resources to be used; 4) to carry out civil protection requirements; 5) to plan and organize the cooperation Commission of the territory of civil protection training; 6) to designate the State fire and rescue service officers to work in areas of cooperation between the civil protection Commission. This officer is a Vice-President of the Commission. (2) the State fire and rescue service have the right to: 1), to request and receive, free of charge from national and municipal authorities, legal and natural persons in civil protection control system, required information; 2) to monitor the civil protection of the laws and regulatory requirements, to prepare legislation on checks alleged infringements and shortcomings, as well as to provide State and local government institutions, and the increased danger of objects the object owners or legal possessor of the recommendations and the lack of prevention and the development of civil protection measures; 3) a rescue, giving institutions involved, as well as legal and natural persons for instructions on the location of the required action; 4) involve rescue national and local government bodies, legal and natural persons, as well as the resources at their disposal. 11. article. Municipal Council, municipal institutions, its Chairman and its head, and the right to (1) a local Government Council has the following tasks: 1 to ensure local government bodies) with the civil protection and disasters management tasks required for the implementation of the funding; 2) confirm the cooperation areas of civil protection and the Commission's rules; 3) confirm the territory of civil protection cooperation plan; 4) after the disaster management subject's request to provide information about Municipal Council and local authorities existing resources to be used for disaster management; 5) to ensure the evacuation of the population from the disaster endangered or affected areas, as well as the population, temporary accommodation, meals and social care; 6) within its capabilities to provide disaster management involved in State and local authority officials, legal and natural persons in suitable work and household conditions; 7) to participate in civil defence training and organize municipal civil protection training. (2) the Municipal Council has the right to: 1) this law certain competences to local authorities to request and receive, free of charge from national and municipal authorities, legal and natural persons civil protection and disaster management, the necessary information; 2) to propose to the Prime Minister takes over the local disaster management coordination; 3) local disaster management coordination to involve national and local authorities, legal and natural persons, as well as the resources at their disposal; 4) disasters or catastrophic threat to restrict gatherings and movement of persons in the relevant administrative territory or a part thereof for a period of up to two weeks for the lifting of restrictions and informing the Cabinet of Ministers and the adjacent municipalities, as well as publishing the relevant notices in the media; 5) to impose its authority subordinated to the obligation to draw up an appropriate object of civil protection plan that is consistent with the State fire and rescue service. (3) the local Government Council Chairman heads the civil defense tasks the municipality and supports this law article 6, first paragraph, referred to in paragraph 9 of the local disaster management coordination. (4) If a local Government Council is appointed as Chairman of the territory's civil protection cooperation between the President of the Commission, he shall ensure that, in cooperation with State and local authorities, legal and natural persons: 1) being developed by the national fire and rescue service and each agreed the municipality Council for approval in the areas of cooperation in civil protection Commission's Charter; 2) is established and every Municipal Council for approval in the areas of cooperation in civil protection Commission; 3) is crafted and each local Government Council for approval in the areas of cooperation in civil protection plan that covers this law article 6, first paragraph, referred to in paragraph 9 and the first subparagraph of paragraph 5 in these tasks. (5) Civil protection tasks of the municipal institution provides and manages a local institution. (6) the head of the institution of local government tasks are the following: 1) plan and implement local government bodies to ensure the continuous operation of disaster or disaster threat required action; 2) develop, coordinate with the State fire and rescue service and the municipal authorities to confirm the ownership or possession of an increased danger of civil protection plan object; 3) ensure cooperation of civil protection of the territory of the local government authority in the plan of the measures; 4) ensure municipal authorities employed and the safety of its visitors or holding object or increased hazard objects; 5) at the request of the local Government Council to provide information on local authority existing resources to be used for disaster management. (7) the Municipal Council and municipal institutions within its scope shall develop and provide recommendations for national and local institutions, and increased danger of objects the object owners and the legal possessor and also gives people advice on threat of disaster or catastrophic event, the required action. (8) a Municipal Council and municipal institutions within its scope shall have the right to conclude, in writing, the services and cooperation agreements and arrangements for civil protection and disaster management with other national or local authorities, legal or natural persons. (9) if the cooperation area consists of several local government areas, the cooperation of the civil protection Commission President is by population the largest local Government Council Chairman or local Government Council Chairman by a simple majority, elected in the rest of the municipality is compulsory, but Deputy Chairman is General Chairman of the municipal councils and this law, article 10, first paragraph, referred to in paragraph 6, the State fire and rescue service officer. (10) cooperation in the areas of civil protection plan approved by the Council of each municipality separately. 12. article. Legal and physical persons of the obligations and rights (1) legal and physical persons of the obligations in the field of civil protection is the following: 1) pursuant to this Act and regulations to ensure your property or legal possession of the property maintenance and operation so as not to cause damage to people, the environment and property; 2) immediately to report to the relevant national or local institutions for disaster or catastrophic threats; 3) disaster or catastrophic threat to act in accordance with State or local government bodies and information provided by officials of these bodies; 4) ensure national civil protection plan in the area of cooperation and civil protection plans, the legal entity of measures provided accurate and timely execution. (2) legal and physical persons in the field of civil protection are: 1) to receive early warning and guidance action in disaster or disaster threat; 2) disaster or disaster threat event, assistance from State and local authorities.
Chapter IV and an increased danger of objects article 13. Object, its owner or legal possessor of the obligations and rights

(1) the object is a building or works or part of a building or civil engineering works related to a particular piece of land. (2) the object owner or legal possessor is liable and ensure the safety of the object: 1) as well as maintenance and operation according to the requirements of the law and not to create a danger to people, the environment and property; 2) to object to perform civil protection requirements. (3) the object owner or legal possessor is liable in the case of risks and ensure: 1) a timely early warning and informing people about the necessary actions and evacuation of the object; 2) immediate national or municipal authority information on hazards and the measures to prevent it; 3) evacuation of an object property, if it is possible and does not pose a threat to human life and health; 4) all the necessary support by the State or municipality institution officials. (4) the object owner or legal possessor, to comply with this article, the second and third part, provides: 1) object design development diagram, showing buildings, space and building layout, power supply, water supply, gas or fuel supply atslēgum points, hazardous locations equipment; 2) object internal regulatory documents; 3) introduction of objects with internal regulatory documents, object, schema design, as well as a copy of the object in storage and internal regulatory documents, monitoring of compliance with the requirements. (5) an object's owner or legal possessor, transfer of use or management of object state or municipal institution, the legal or natural person, shall be entitled to agree in writing to the civil protection and disasters management transfer of competence to the national or local authorities or relevant administrative legal or natural person, subject to the other areas of regulatory legislation. (6) the object owner or legal possessor developed in line with the State fire and rescue service and approve the plan of civil protection of the object, if the object is part of a critical infrastructure in General, and it can be more than 100 people. 14. article. Increased danger facilities, its owner or legal possessor of rights and obligations (1) the increased danger facility is a building or civil engineering works, which are used for the financial or otherwise, associated with energy production and storage, electromagnetic radiation, flammable, explosive, dangerous chemical substances and mixtures of hazardous waste, the plant quarantine organisms biologically active and radioactive substances, nuclear material and waste recycling, processing, production, use, storage and transport. (2) the increased danger object shall be classified as follows: 1) category A increased danger object: an object that the effect of different factors can lead to a national disaster or to cause substantial damage to people, the environment and property; 2) category B increased danger object: an object that the effect of different factors can cause regional disasters or damage to people, the environment and property; 3) category C increased danger object: an object that the effect of different factors can cause local disasters or damage to people, property and environment, and safety. (3) increased the hazard the object owner or legal possessor is liable and shall ensure that: 1) increased the danger the safety of objects, as well as maintenance and operation according to the requirements of the law and not to create a danger to people, the environment and property; 2) to raise the hazard could be made the object of civil protection compliance checks; 3) civil protection planning and implementation; 4) increased the danger of introduction of the object of increased hazard object of civil protection plan, as well as copies of the storage object and the monitoring of this plan; 5) training of employees in civil protection and disaster management. (4) the increased danger of an object's owner or legal possessor developed in line with the State fire and rescue service and confirm the increased danger object of civil protection plan. (5) increased the hazard the object owner or legal possessor approved and coordinated the increased danger object of civil protection plan shall be submitted to the relevant local authority. (6) increased the hazard the object owner or legal possessor, placing an increased hazard in the use or management of object state or municipal institution, the legal or natural person, shall be entitled to agree in writing to the civil protection and disasters management transfer of competence to the national or local authorities or relevant administrative legal or natural person, subject to the other areas of regulatory legislation.
Chapter v Civil protection planning article 15. Civil defence planning procedures (1) the national civil protection plan, the territory of civil protection cooperation plan, increased danger of civil protection plan of object and the object of civil protection plan is a document prepared in the light of this risk assessment, and which is certainly a disaster management measures and implementing them. (2) the Cabinet of Ministers established the national civil protection plan, the areas of cooperation in civil protection plan, increased danger of civil protection plan of object and the object of civil protection plan structure and information. (3) the Ministry of the Interior provides the national civil protection plan and the cooperation of civil protection plan in the territory of the current editorial insertion of the Ministry of the Interior and the State fire and rescue service homepage on the internet. (4) ensure that the areas of cooperation in civil protection plan and the municipal administrative territory of increased danger in the object of civil protection plan in the current version is available in the municipal website online. 16. article. The national civil protection plan (1) the State fire and rescue service, in cooperation with other institutions in the development of the national civil protection plan. (2) the Ministry of the Interior shall assess national civil protection plan, each year before 1 may be submitted to the Cabinet of the informative report and, if necessary, the national civil protection plan draft amendments. Article 17. The territory of a municipality or the cooperation of civil protection plan (1) the territory of a municipality or the cooperation of the civil protection Municipal Council approved the plan at least once every four years. (2) the municipality or area of cooperation for civil protection, the Commission shall submit appropriate proposals to the Municipal Council of the municipality or of the territory of civil protection cooperation plan needed amendments. 18. article. Increased danger facilities civil protection plan is Elevated risk object of civil protection plan increase hazard the object owner or legal possessor confirms at least every four years.
Chapter VI Civil protection system and conformity checks article 19. Civil protection system operation check (1) a State or local government institution Manager controls the institutions for civil protection tasks, as well as its subordinated institutions established in the civil protection tasks. (2) the Civil protection system to ensure preparedness check national and local government bodies organised by the civil protection and disaster management training. (3) the Ministry of the Interior to coordinate the civil protection and disaster management training planning and organizing national and regional level according to the national civil protection plan in State and local government institutions stipulated tasks. (4) the Civil protection and disaster management training and organizational arrangements established by the Cabinet of Ministers. 20. article. Civil protection compliance checks

(1) compliance with the requirements of Civil Protection checks objects, and objects of danger heightened by the State fire and rescue service officer with a special service rank (Officer with a special service rank). (2) Civil protection compliance inspection of the Ministry of defence, the national armed forces and national security authorities increased hazard objects, and objects made of civil protection the responsible person or officer with a special service rank under the interdepartmental agreement concluded between the Ministry of national defence, the armed forces or national security authorities and State fire and rescue service. Foreign diplomatic and consular representations of objects, and an increased danger of civil protection facilities compliance verification officer with a special service rank shall be carried out on the appropriate foreign diplomatic or consular representation in the written application. (3) the officer with a special service rank performs scheduled and non-scheduled civil protection requirements. The planned civil protection requirements (hereinafter referred to as the planned test) is carried out in accordance with the national fire and rescue service confirmed the compliance with the requirements of civil protection of the verification plan. Unplanned civil protection requirements (hereinafter referred to as the unplanned tests) are performed on the basis of the State fire and rescue service of the written decision. (4) an official with a special service rank, which carries out civil protection requirements check has the following responsibilities: 1) above to inform the subject or increased hazard the object owner or legal possessor of the scheduled inspection; 2) before the civil protection requirements to call initiation or increased hazard of the object the object owner or legal possessor or their authorized representative of their name, position, and display the service card; 3) before the not planned to issue the initiation or increased hazard of the object the object owner or legal possessor or their authorized representative the State fire and rescue service's written decision; 4) inform the subject or increased hazard the object owner or legal possessor or their authorized representative on civil protection requirements the inspection results; 5) ask the object or the object of increased danger to the owner or legal possessor or their authorized agent to eliminate the statutory requirement of civil protection. (5) the civil protection requirements, an official with a special service rank are entitled: 1) check the statutory civil protection requirements and increased danger on the object object; 2) taking pictures and making videos, lock the statutory civil protection requirements; 3) ask to present an identity card or other identifying document; 4) suspend or restrict or increase the risk of the object object; 5) to issue an opinion on the subject or the object of increased hazard compliance with the regulations set out the requirements of civil protection; 6) to draw up administrative offence protocols, review of administrative offences and impose administrative penalties for offences that have jurisdiction at national fire and rescue service; 7) to request and receive, free of charge with civil protection issues related information.
Chapter VII scientific research, education and training in civil protection and disasters management article 21. Scientific research to promote the development of the system of civil protection, national and local government bodies, legal and natural persons may carry out research work on civil protection and disaster management. 22. article. Training of specialists in Civil protection specialist training in the State accredited higher education institutions and secondary professional education institutions. 23. article. Population education (1) the educational institution provides the compulsory teaching of the course of civil protection of learners in higher, General and vocational education. Minimum requirements for compulsory civil defence course content is determined by the Cabinet of Ministers. (2) training of civil protection of the population, through the mass media and electronic media, as well as disseminating information materials, within its field of action by the State and local government bodies, as well as legal and natural persons. (3) the training of employees in matters of civil protection organized by the employer. Minimum requirements for the training of employees in matters of civil protection established by the Cabinet of Ministers.
Chapter VIII international disaster or threat of disaster, civil protection system of financing article 24. International assistance and the provision of prayer (1) the threat of disaster or disaster in the event of a decision as international aid prayer or accept delivery of the Cabinet after the disaster management subject suggestion or on its own initiative. (2) the threat of disaster or disaster in the event of disaster management, if there is a valid need to propose to the Cabinet to decide on international aid in disaster management, and provide the necessary justification of international aid, the nature, scope and costs as well as the provisional national authority and the host country will jointly support institutions. (3) If a disaster or crisis situation in the country or from international organizations have received information with the request to provide international assistance, disaster management, in coordination with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, propose to the Cabinet assessed that information and decide on the provision of international aid, and requesting international assistance, help need justification, the nature, scope and preliminary cost. (4) the cabinet shall determine the receipt of humanitarian assistance and delivery arrangements. (5) the cabinet shall determine the order in which the State and local authorities propose to the Cabinet of Ministers adopted a decision on international aid for disasters or catastrophic threat to ensure disaster management. (6) the Disaster management subject annually to 20 January assessed their options, where appropriate, to provide international assistance in disaster or crisis situation in the country and submitting relevant information to the Ministry of the Interior, together with information on the national civil protection plan and proposals for the implementation of the national civil protection plan needed amendments. 25. article. The financing of the system of civil protection national authority for its scope, according to the civil protection tasks financed from the budget for this purpose in the State budget, local government bodies, from their budgets funds for this purpose, legal and natural persons — from its own funds.
Transitional provisions

1. With the entry into force of this Act shall terminate the Civil protection law (Republic of Latvia Saeima and the Cabinet of Ministers rapporteur, 2006, no. 22, no. 16; 2008; 2009, 7, no. 17; Latvian journal, 2009, no. 182; 13, no. 61). 2. the Cabinet of Ministers to 2017 February 1 issue this law, article 8, second paragraph, 2., 3., 4., 5., 6, and 7, article 15, in the second paragraph of article 19, in the fourth paragraph of article 23 in the first and third subparagraphs, and article 24, fourth and fifth paragraphs of the proposed Cabinet. To the Cabinet from the date of entry into force of the provisions, but no longer than up to 2017 December 1 are applicable to this Cabinet of Ministers regulations, in so far as they are not inconsistent with this law: 1) the Cabinet of Ministers of 26 June 2007 Regulation No 423 of "local authorities, economic operators and the authorities of civil protection plan structure, its development and approval procedures"; 2) Cabinet 2007 august 7, Regulation No 530 "civilian alert and notification system, and funding arrangements; 3) Cabinet of Ministers 2007/11 regulation 612 "minimum requirements for the content of the course of civil protection and civil defence workers training content"; 4) Cabinet of Ministers 2007/18 Regulation No 626 "provisions on increased hazard identification criteria and the object owner (possessor, keeper) responsibilities for risk reduction measures"; 5) Cabinet of Ministers of 11 December 2007 the Regulation No 842 "order in which legal and natural persons eligible expenses and losses incurred by getting personal resources measures of response, delete or fire rescue, and the calculation of the amount of the refund order"; 6) Cabinet of 22 September 2008. Regulation No 772 of the "provisions on civil protection training and organizing agenda"; 7) Cabinet 30 June 2009 the Regulation No 659 "humanitarian aid and a procedure for the provision of"; 8) Cabinet of 22 September 2009. the Regulation No. 1072 "rules for municipal civil protection Commission, the Commission of the list of activities and for the creation of the territory"; 9) Cabinet of 22 September 2009. Regulation No 1078 of the "municipal civil protection Commission approves"; 10) the Cabinet of Ministers of 3 November 2009. the Regulation No. 1260 "provisions on State Fire supervision inspectors of the competence and procedures of the national fire and civil protection requirements control"; 11) Cabinet of Ministers of 28 September 2010 No. 910, the provisions of the "regulations on emergency response and medical support units, maintenance, training, financing, social security and participation in international assistance". 3. The Cabinet of Ministers until 2017 to May 1, approved this law, article 8, second paragraph, point 3 provided an increased hazard of the object list. 4. The national civil protection plan approved before the entry into force of the law is in effect until august 1, 2017. The Cabinet of Ministers to 2017 august 2, approved by the national civil protection plan. 5. the Municipal Council to 2017 august 1, approved this law, article 11 paragraph 2 of the first paragraph the cooperation provided for in the civil protection area regulations and composition of the Commission. 6. Cooperation in the area of civil protection plans approved before the entry into force of the law, in force until 2017 December 30. The Municipal Council to 2017 31 December approved this law, article 11 paragraph 3 first subparagraph cooperation envisaged in the area of civil protection plan. 7. object and an increased hazard object owners or legal possessor to 2017 31 December approved this law, article 9 of the eighth, sixth paragraph of article 13 and article 14 of the fourth part of the object, or the object of increased danger of civil protection plan. The law shall enter into force on the 1 January 2016 in October. The Parliament adopted the law of 5 may 2016. The President r. vējonis 2016 in Riga on 25 may