Amendments To The Cabinet Of Ministers On 13 July 2004 No. 598 Of The Rules "rules For The Acoustic Noise Law, Residential And Public Buildings On The Premises"

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Ministru kabineta 2004.gada 13.jūlija noteikumos Nr.598 "Noteikumi par akustiskā trokšņa normatīviem dzīvojamo un publisko ēku telpās"

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 414 in Riga in 2008 (10 June. No 38 24) amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers on 13 July 2004 the Regulation No 598 "rules on acoustic noise law, residential and public buildings indoor" Issued under the cabinet installation article 14 of the law in the first part of paragraph 3 1. make the Cabinet on 13 July 2004 the Regulation No 598 "rules on acoustic noise law, residential and public buildings in the premises" (Latvian journal, 2004, 112, 193. No; 2006 , 12, 22 No.) 1.1. the following amendments: replace the text, the words "EN in ISO 1996-2:2004 + A1" acoustics-characterization and environmental noise measurements – part 2: application of the data acquisition of land use "with the words" EN ISO 1996-2:2007 acoustics. Environmental noise characterization and measurement. Part 2: determination of the level of environmental noise "";
1.2. the Express 4.1 point as follows: "4.1 acoustic noise measurement shall be carried out by means of measuring not less frequently than every three years, calibrated in laboratories accredited by the national agency" Latvian National Accreditation Bureau "to the standard LVS EN ISO/IEC 17025:2005" the competence of testing and calibration laboratories-General requirements "and the accreditation of the Ministry of economy published a notice in the newspaper" journal ", or notified the Member States of the European Union laboratories.";
1.3. to replace paragraph 7, the words "the national sanitary inspection" by the words "health inspection".
2. This provision 1.1. shall enter into force on September 1, 2008. Prime Minister i. Godmanis Health Minister Morris I.