Rules For Ground Communications, Navigation And Surveillance Equipment For The Security Requirements And Technical Operations

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par zemes sakaru, navigācijas un novērošanas iekārtu drošības prasībām un tehnisko ekspluatāciju

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 211, Riga, 25 March 2008 (pr. No 19 34 §) rules on land communications, navigation and surveillance equipment for the security requirements and technical operation are Issued in accordance with the law "on the air" article 42 of the fourth part i. General questions 1. Rules provide for the provision of air navigation services the necessary ground communication, navigation and surveillance equipment safety requirements and technical operation procedure. 2. land communications, navigation and surveillance (CNS-Communication, Navigation and Surveilanc of equipment) (further-) technical service is one of the components of air navigation services. 3. the rules apply to aerodrome operators that provide services in accordance with the 7 December 1944 Convention on international civil aviation (hereinafter referred to as the Convention) Annex 10, communications, navigation and surveillance services and air navigation service providers (hereinafter referred to as service provider). 4. the service provider shall ensure, in accordance with the provisions of the Convention 11, 14 and 15 of annex information on the condition and all the operational changes are published in the aeronautical information and notify the aircraft pre-flight briefing of the masters. 5. the equipment shall be divided into the following groups: 5.1 the automated air traffic control system and the air traffic control center;
5.2. monitoring systems;
5.3. radio, instrumental aircraft landing system;
5.4. aviation mobile and fixed telecommunications system;
5.5. the specialized aviation data processing system and data transmission networks;
5.6. service provider specialty car aviation frequency range radio stations;
5.7. the airport internal radio network, which provides ground handling of air traffic controllers work. 6. Civil Aviation aerodromes equipment installed under 10 and 14 of the Convention. 7. For the provision of air navigation services using equipment registered in State agencies ' Civil Aviation Agency "(hereinafter – Civil Aviation Agency) equipment in the national register and which is valid for Civil Aviation Agency issued the operating licence validity (annex 1). 8. Civil Aviation Agency shall make use of the equipment and the technical operating state monitoring of compliance with the requirements of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) standards, European Union law and the laws of the Republic of Latvia on the equipment and technical service. 9. the service provider may use a subcontractor operating services on a contractual basis. II. technical equipment operation and safety instructions 10. Service Provider shall develop and submit to the Civil Aviation Agency for approval the technical equipment operation and safety instructions (annex 2). Civil Aviation Agency decision on reconciliation instructions or refusal to match the instructions shall be taken within 30 days. 11. technical equipment operation and safety manual is a guide that contains detailed information about the service provider's responsibility sharing, making the operation of the equipment, as well as maintenance of security equipment. 12. the technical Equipment operation and safety instructions shall be drawn up in at least two originals. One copy of the instruction to all of the amendments in the Civil Aviation Agency, the other at the service provider. 13. the service provider shall ensure that the technical equipment operation and safety instructions should be easily amended and contain pages and corrections registration system. 14. the technical Equipment operation and safety instructions of the signature provider. 15. The service provider shall inform the Civil Aviation Agency of any planned amendments to the Civil Aviation Agency approved technical equipment operation and safety instructions. Civil Aviation Agency decision on the harmonization of the amendments or the refusal to match the amendments adopted within 30 days. 16. To provide technical equipment operation and safety instructions to the accuracy of the information, the Civil Aviation Agency may send written instructions for the service provider to make the necessary amendments. 17. Civil Aviation Agency refused to coordinate the technical equipment operation and safety instructions the amendments if they do not comply with the provisions in annex 2. III. Equipment acceptance into operation 18. Service provider before new construction or reconstruction of the existing object, which deployed equipment (hereinafter referred to as the site), as well as the replacement of equipment in prior development action plan and all necessary documentation. 19. Taking into operation new objects and equipment, service provider present on the verification of compliance of the equipment and the acceptance into service (annex 3). 20. by paragraph 19 of these rules in the signature of this document: 20.1. regulations on the radio frequency allocation of authorisations in the order requested and received the State joint stock company "electronic communications Directorate" you need permission to use radio frequency allocation raidošaj radio equipment;
20.2. The Civil Aviation Agency submitted an application for the registration of equipment and the operating licence validity. 21. before this provision 20.1. the authorisation referred to in point of service provider requiring Civil Aviation Agency to allocate required radio frequency radio raidošaj equipment. IV. Installation and operation of the registration expiry licences 22. to register the provider of equipment, Civil Aviation Agency shall provide the following information: 22.1. machine name, type, the number assigned by the manufacturer, origin, name of manufacturer, place of installation and its coordinates, streaming radio equipment frequencies;
22.2. This provision 20.1. referred to in the authorization number, date of issue and date of expiry;
22.3. installations for the owner's name, registration number, registered office, telephone number, fax number and electronic mail address;
22.4. installations for the tenant (if applicable) the name, registration number, registered office, telephone number, fax number and electronic mail address. 23. If the Civil Aviation Agency shall take the decision to register a facility, it puts the machine state registration number and include ground communications, navigation and surveillance equipment in the register referred to in paragraph 22 of the rules. 24. installations for the national registration number consists of 10 marks (1.-3.-equipment code sign, 4.-6. mark-the operating licence number, period of validity 7.-8. mark-registration month, 9.-10. the sign-the last two digits of the year). 25. Civil Aviation Agency for registration of equipment using such equipment codes: 25.1. the primary surveillance radar (PSR) and secondary surveillance radar (SSR)-101;
25.2. secondary surveillance radar (SSR)-102;
25.3. multilaterācij system-103;
25.4. the distance and azimuth measuring systems: very high frequency operation of the beacons of a doughnut (VOR), Doppler very high frequency operation of the beacons of a doughnut (DVORA) and distance measuring equipment (DME)-111;
25.5. the distance measuring equipment (DME)-112;
15.9. azimuth measurement equipment: very high frequency operation of the beacons of a doughnut (VOR)-113;
25.7. Doppler very high frequency operation of the beacons of a doughnut (DVORA)-114;
25.8. air traffic control automated system-120;
16.1. the instrument landing system (ILS)-141;
25.10. the aviation system for mobile communications: ultraīsviļņ (VHF)-151, shortwave (ARRAY)-152;
25.11. aviation fixed communications systems-160, 161;
25.12. aviation satellite mobile communication systems-170;
25.13. radio pievadstacij-180;
25.14. radiomarķier-190;
25.15. radiopeilētāj-200;
25.16. the training of trainers-210;
No 25.17. satellite navigation systems-230;
25.18. other equipment-240.26. for the validity of the certificate of operation of the plant, the service provider shall submit the application to the Civil Aviation Agency. The application shall be accompanied by the following documents: 26.1. radio frequency allocation permissions;
26.2. the legislation on adoption into an object;
26.3. Declaration of verification of the equipment and technical documentation according to the European Parliament and of the Council of 10 March 2004, Regulation (EC) No 552/2004 on the interoperability of the European air traffic management network (the Act of verification of the equipment);
16.4. Design the equipment technical passport (annex 4);
26.5. training certificates received by the professionals who operate the equipment;
16.5. the technical equipment checklist before test flight operations and equipment control protocol (if such checks are intended). The test flight is to check the operation of the equipment, which, maintaining communication during flights, carried out in preparation for aircraft crew with specially designed aircraft;
16.6. test flight (if such checks are provided);
16.7. the object of the use of land supporting legal documents (if required);

26.9. the assessment of the safety of the equipment according to the Commission on 20 December 2005, Regulation (EC) no 2096/2005 laying down common requirements for the provision of air navigation services. 27. for the validity of the operating licence of any type of radio navigation and surveillance facilities, in addition to the provisions of paragraph 26 the documents mentioned in the application shall be accompanied by the following documents: 27.1. the publication project with information intended for inclusion in the aeronautical information publication on introduced equipment;
27.2. tone masking angle chart (the space in which the radio reception is difficult) monitoring systems, measuring the distance and azimuth beacons;
27.3. the schedule for the distance with main routes (monitoring systems);
27.4. the ground radar's field of vision diagram waiting area and access to the area. 28. the period of validity of an operation certificate shall be issued: 28.1. new plants-to the manufacturer's life, but not more than 10 years;
28.2. the former equipment-in service for longer than the manufacturer's specified operating time. 29. If the application for registration of the machine and equipment operating licence validity of the data provided does not meet the requirements of this regulation or not these rules 26 and 27 of the acts referred to in the paragraph, the Civil Aviation Agency requires the applicant within 10 days of receipt of the request to clarify the information provided, or to submit the necessary documents. 30. If the application of these provisions by the applicant within the period referred to in paragraph 29 did not submit information specified in or required documents, the Civil Aviation Agency takes a decision on the registration of the equipment or the operation of the refusal of issue of the licence validity and shall inform in writing the applicant. 31. After the machine technical situation of Civil Aviation Agency operation certificate of validity may be issued for a shorter period than that laid down in paragraph 28 of these rules, if the equipment has changed: 31.1. individual details and manufacturer's specified expiry period is shorter than the validity period of the equipment;
31.2. the inspection found that the physical condition of the equipment or the technical characteristics due to wear is not ready for sustainable action. 32. The service provider not later than 15 days before the period of validity of the licence to operate a plant's expiration date can be submitted to Civil Aviation Agency application for extension of validity of the certificate. The application shall be accompanied by the following: 32.1. information about the technical condition of the equipment;
32. information on the operation during the failure, and the adjustments made;
32.3. the last test flight-installations that need to carry out regular checks of the flight;
32.4. existing radio frequency allocation usage rights (raidošaj radio equipment);
32.5. the assessment of the safety of the equipment. 33. Civil Aviation Agency takes the decision to suspend the validity of the certificate lifetime of the equipment if: 33.1. Notes the inadequacy of the equipment manufacturer or the technical characteristics set out in the Passport;
33.2. at the manufacturer's or the international civil aviation organization guidance;
33.3. the service provider shall act on all or part of an installation decommissioning;
20.8. accident, after which the machine does not comply with the manufacturer or the technical requirements set out in the passport and the feature must be restored or repaired;
20.8. equipment dismantled to install in another location or scrapped. 34. Civil Aviation Agency to restore the validity of the licence to operate a plant if the service provider eliminates the purpose for which the activity licence has stopped. V. equipment maintenance, repair and inspection of security maintenance 35. each facility maintenance, repairs and inspections shall be carried out according to the technical operating and safety instructions in the set procedure. 36. The service provider develops it into existing equipment maintenance plan. The plan provides precisely the maintenance procedures to be performed and the sequence. 37. The service provider to perform the machine maintenance, repair and inspection, the equipment manufacturer. If it is not specified by the manufacturer, equipment maintenance, repair and inspection procedure shall be determined by the service provider equipment technical operating and safety instructions. 38. The service provider shall ensure that all equipment maintenance work be registered equipment maintenance and repair tracking log (annex 5). The log indicates a maintenance amount of work and equipment uptime. 39. The service provider shall ensure that the test flight was done in the following phases: 24.3. before the commencement of operation of the plant;
24.4. before testing of the equipment;
39.3. the equipment repairs (if necessary);
24.5. If you receive reports on equipment malfunctions and a decision on technical inspections. 40. the technical Equipment in the Passport note any equipment failure, operation, maintenance and repairs made. Prime Minister i. Godmanis traffic instead of the Minister-children and Family Affairs Minister a. Baštik of annex 1 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 25 March 2008 a regulation no 211 traffic instead of the Minister-children and Family Affairs Minister a. Baštik in annex 2 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 25 March 2008 a regulation no 211 ground communication, navigation and surveillance equipment for the technical operation and security of the information to be included in the instructions

I. General instructions purpose 1 and its scope. II. Provision of air navigation services 2. Civil aircraft flight navigation services using Earth communications, navigation and surveillance equipment (the equipment). 3. operation of equipment. 4. The service provider's staff training in the technical operation of equipment. 5. the service provider business. 6. air navigation data entry. 7. the provision of air navigation services of the Flight equipment on and off. 8. Availability and continuity: the safe operation of equipment 8.1 guarantee; 8.2. equipment reservations; 8.3. installation switch to reserve; 8.4. service provider's quality management system; 5.3. service provider's security management system; 8.6. the operating service and other service personnel operating with equipment, unexpected situations. III. technical equipment operational managing 9. technical operating unit of equipment, maintenance and control. 10. the technical service of equipment planning. 11. the technical service of equipment planning and based on the content of the plan. 12. technical staff training, retraining and started an independent. 13. the technical operation of equipment service dežūrmaiņ in the Organization of work. 14. Reporting arrangements concerning aviation accidents and incidents and of the events that affect flight safety and are related to equipment malfunctions. 15. communication equipment failure and investigation procedures of interruption service provider organization. 16. the data provider's annual report on the work of the equipment. 17. Equipment uptime operational control. IV. the commencement of the operation, the extension of the operation and decommissioning 18. commissioning of equipment planning and organizing. 19. The machine object (referred to as the site) and the acceptance into service of the equipment. 20. modification of equipment. 21. New and compensated object design and technical requirements specific to those objects. 22. the extension of the operation. 23. the decommissioning of installations. V. equipment maintenance 24. Equipment maintenance and planning. 25. Equipment maintenance rules of dialing methodology. 26. the technical operation of equipment document distribution list. 27. reference fuel, lubricants and special solutions. 28. Līnijkabeļ maintenance of premises. 29. the radio antenna and high frequency features of cable systems maintenance. 30. Special technical maintenance. 31. the object of the power supply system maintenance. 32. the technical service of equipment in hazardous weather conditions. 33. the metrological provision of equipment. 34. Computer and automated system of protection against unauthorized access. 35. automated systems of hardware and media storage. Vi. Equipment Repair 36. Machine repair organisation and planning. 37. Antenna and high frequency cable system and buildings repair līnijkabeļ. VII. technical inspection of equipment prior to the test flight 38. technical inspection of equipment prior to the test flight. VIII. Safety Equipment 39. Facility Security. 40. the equipment failure and defect tracking and evaluation. 41. the equipment failure and security evaluation for the previous period of operation. IX. Security Facilities 42. Facilities Security. 43. Equipment, materials, and reserves. 44. The protection of objects. 45. Fire protection facilities. X. service provider operating activities used to document sample forms 46. Operational log that contains the following information: 46.1. the air navigation service provider's name; 46.2. the departments responsible; 46.3. the object name; 46.4. the journal launch date and date of conclusion; 28.9. detailed information on persons that reside in the site; 46.6. object and object on, ready to work and on-call service; turn on the machine, 29.0. off time and any interference in the operation of the equipment; 29.1. the air navigation service provider's orders and instructions received on time; 46.9. the air navigation service provider checks the object carried. 47. The Act on the fixed time of equipment, installations and aviation communication channels move to spare equipment. The Act shall contain the following information: 29.3. equipment or object communication channel name: 47.1.1. What is reserved (framework); 47.1.2. by what means reserved; 47.2. regulatory time (seconds): 47.2.1. start-up start time; 47.2.2. time to go to the reserve facilities; 47.2.3. time, switching to a backup power source. 48. Annual report on the service provider's equipment. The report shall include information on each machine in the previous year. Necessarily indicate the equipment total runs, the number of failures and the performance characteristics of the bezatteič. 49. Declaration of verification of the equipment according to the European Parliament and of the Council of 10 March 2004, Regulation (EC) No 552/2004 on the interoperability of the European air traffic management network. 50. Act concerning the technical condition of the equipment. The Act shall contain the following information: the date of composition; 50.1. 50.2. persons who participated in the evaluation of technical condition of the equipment (title, first name and last name); 50.3. invaluable equipment name, manufacturer's assigned number, release year and the lifetime specified by the manufacturer; 50.4. the total duration of the work; 50.5. the repairs; 50.6. duration of work after the last scheduled repair; 50.7. main components of the technical condition; 50.8. opinion on the technical condition of the equipment. 51. the accounting and transfer of equipment. The journal shall include the following information: 51.1. the air navigation service provider's name; 51.2. the journal launch date and date of conclusion; 51.3. the unit name, manufacturer's name and the number assigned by the manufacturer; 51.4. the date of commencement of operation; 51.5. equipment location; 51.6. validity of operation of the plant's license number and expiration date; 32.1. machines use radio frequency allocation certificate number. 52. Equipment maintenance and repair schedule. The Schedule shall include information on the machine scheduled for maintenance and repairs. 53. the cable service provider documentation. The documentation shall include the following basic information: 53.1.: 53.1.1. cable internal tracking number; 53.1.2. route length (in metres); 53.1.3. cable length (in metres), including on the ground, under water and sewerage system; 53.1.4. cable type; 53.1.5. fitting of the cable; 53.1.6. information compilation date; 53.1.7. officers signature; 53.2. cable DC power parameter Measurement Protocol. The Protocol shall include the following information: 53.2.1. cable type; 53.2.2. stage of the cable length (in metres); 53.2.3. meter type and the number assigned by the manufacturer; 53.2.4. battery voltage; 53.2.5. bottom of the (air) temperature; 53.2.6. date of measurement; 53.2.7. conclusion; 53.2.8. the measurement of the reviewer's name and signature; 53.3. communication and remote control cable. 54. The measuring and inspection. The journal shall include the following information: 54.1. the air navigation service provider's name; 54.2. Journal launch date and date of conclusion; 54.3. Crest name, type, the number assigned by the manufacturer, the model year; 54.4. the name of the object that contains the measuring apparatus; 54.5. last check date and next check date. 55. Media accounting journal. The journal shall include the following information: 55.1. the air navigation service provider's name; 55.2. Journal launch date and date of conclusion; 55.3. record the device name and number; 55.4. record date and time (start and end); 55.5. time delay of information and guidance; 57.5. getting the media coverage of the hearing or the hearing for authorization; 55.7. record the date, time, the officers name and signature. 56. The Act on the Division of responsibility between the provider and the authority of the power supply into the electrical object. The Act specifies the graphical scheme of connection object (the external sources, transformer stations, automatic backup connection hardware, dīzeļģenerator, consumers), the cables and the points where the change in responsibility for the electricity between the external delivery organization (the Organization's Energy Department) and air navigation services providers (technical service division of objects). The Act of signing the responsible heads of unit.
Traffic Minister-children and Family Affairs Minister a. Baštik in annex 3 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 25 March 2008. Regulation No 211 of the information to be included in the Act on the ground of communication, navigation and surveillance equipment for the verification of conformity and acceptance into operation 1. Earth communications, navigation and surveillance equipment (the equipment).

2. the Commission, taking part in the evaluation and acceptance of the equipment operation (by each Member of the Commission, first name, last name and title).
3. Equipment producer, year of manufacture.
4. Installation the installation site.
5. a detailed description of the inspection of the equipment.
6. Equipment test results (findings).
7. The members of the Commission of the name and signature.
8. the date of drawing up the Act. Traffic Minister-children and Family Affairs Minister a. Baštik in annex 4 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 25 March 2008 a regulation no 211 traffic instead of the Minister-children and Family Affairs Minister a. Baštik in annex 5 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 25 March 2008 a regulation no 211 traffic instead of the Minister-children and Family Affairs Minister a. Baštik in