Amendments To The Law "on Conformity Assessment"

Original Language Title: Grozījumi likumā "Par atbilstības novērtēšanu"

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/op/2013/106.7

The Saeima has adopted and the President promulgated the following laws: the amendments to the law "on conformity assessment" make law "on conformity assessment" (Latvian Saeima and the Cabinet of Ministers rapporteur, 1996, no. 18; 1999, 23 no; 2002, 23 no; 2004, nr. 9; 2008, no. 24; 2009, No 14; Latvian journal 2010, nr. 43) the following amendments: 1. in article 6: make the first paragraph by the following: "(1) the conformity assessment of regulated sphere carried out conformity assessment bodies accredited in accordance with the specific scope of the regulatory legislation."; adding to the third paragraph with the sentence the following wording: "the execution of This institution of the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 July 2008. Regulation (EC) no 765/2008 setting out the requirements for accreditation and market surveillance relating to the marketing of products and repealing Regulation (EEC) No 339/93, laid down in article 8." 2. Express article 8 by the following: ' article 8. (1) notification of conformity assessment bodies (hereinafter referred to as the notification the Commission) shall notify the European Commission of conformity assessment bodies performing conformity assessment of regulated sphere. (2) the order in which you create a notification, the Commission, as well as the order in which the Commission takes a decision and shall notify the European Commission of conformity assessment bodies performing conformity assessment of regulated sphere, determined by the Cabinet of Ministers. " 3. To make article 13, third subparagraph by the following: "(3) the Latvian National Accreditation Council participates in public policy development in the field of accreditation, promote cooperation with international accreditation bodies, as well as advise the accreditation of conformity assessment bodies in matters regulated and non-regulated sphere. Latvian National Accreditation Council is a consultative body. The Statute of the Council of Economic Ministers approved a recommendation to Cabinet. The Council of Economic Ministers approved the personnel. " 4. To make article 14, first paragraph, point 7 by the following: ' 7) to publish the official website for information on accredited conformity assessment bodies operating in the regulated sphere, and to ensure the reliability of the published information; ". 5. in article 16: make the first paragraph by the following: "(1) mutual recognition shall apply subject to the arrangements laid down by the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 July 2008. Regulation (EC) no 764/2008 laying down procedures relating to the application of certain national technical rules to products lawfully marketed in another Member State and repealing Decision No 3052/95/EC [hereinafter Regulation (EC) no 764/2008]."; to supplement the article with the third part as follows: "(3) the direct or intermediate administrative body which adopted Regulation (EC) no 764/2008 of the decision referred to in article 2, or a person authorised by the authority carrying out the regulatory tasks under external regulations or on the basis of the Treaty, the delegation shall comply with Regulation (EC) no 764/2008 of the second chapter, unless the decision is not adopted in article 3 of this regulation in those cases." 6. Express article 18 as follows: "article 18. (1) the Ministry of economy official website publishes information about the product contact points established pursuant to Regulation (EC) no 764/2008 article 9. (2) the Ministry of economy point of product information organized and run activities in accordance with the principle of good administration and subject to the provisions of Regulation (EC) no 764/2008 article 10. " The law in the Parliament adopted 23 May 2013. The President of the Parliament instead of the President's Āboltiņ 2013 in Riga on June 4.