Pyrotechnic Articles Safety Requirements

Original Language Title: Pirotehnisko izstrādājumu drošuma pamatprasības

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 434 in 2015 (28 July. No 36 21) pyrotechnic articles safety requirements Issued under the law of circulation of pyrotechnic articles in the second paragraph of article 5 and article 11 of the law "on conformity assessment" 7. the first paragraph of article 1 General questions 1. pyrotechnic articles shall be established safety requirements and identification of conformity assessment procedures, marking of pyrotechnic articles and registration requirements as well as requirements of the notified body and the manufacturer, the importer, the Distributor and pyrotechnic services provider. 2. Pyrotechnic articles that meet the applicable standards or parts of standards, references to which have been published in the official journal of the European Union, considers appropriate the provisions laid down in Chapter 2 of the safety essential requirements covered by those standards or parts thereof. National standardisation body shall publish on its website (www.lvs.lv) the national standards applicable in adapted standard status list. 3. the commercial movement of pyrotechnic articles and determine whether the product concerned is a pyrotechnic article or explosive, blasting installation or munitions, the operator shall take into account the requirements laid down for the products in question in accordance with the provisions of annexes 1 and 2. 2. the safety essential requirements of pyrotechnic articles 4 of each pyrotechnic article meets pyrotechnic product performance (efficiency), which is specified by the notified body, in order to ensure safe use of the product in pyrotechnic and credibility. 5. the pyrotechnic article works as intended when using it for its intended purpose. 6. a pyrotechnic article is manufactured in such a way that it can safely be eliminated, reducing the possible negative effects on the environment. 7. Pyrotechnic article has been tested under real conditions. If the examination cannot take place in a laboratory, testing the use of pyrotechnic articles. 8. in carrying out these regulations referred to in paragraph 7, or take into account at least the following information and properties: 8.1 design, construction and characteristic properties, chemical composition (weight of substances used and percentage) and size; 8.2. the physical and chemical stability of the foreseeable environmental conditions; 8.3. sensitivity to predictable movement and transport; 8.4. all the components of connectivity in relation to their chemical stability. 8.5. resistance to water impact, if it is intended for use in wet or moisture and humidity can adversely affect the safety of the product of pyrotechnic; 8.6. resistance to low and high temperatures, where the pyrotechnic article intended for storage or for use at such temperatures and its safety or reliability may be adversely affected by any or all of the components of the pyrotechnic article cooling or heating; 8.7. the security features intended to prevent untimely or inadvertent pyrotechnic or fire ignition of the product; 8.8. the instructions and, where necessary, markings in a national language with regard to the safe handling of pyrotechnic articles, as well as storage, use (including safety distances) and destruction; 8.9. pyrotechnic articles or in its case (package), or other components could not lose quality in the foreseeable conditions of storage; 8.10. all devices and accessories specifications and instructions for use of the pyrotechnic articles for safe function. 9. Pyrotechnic Articles are constructed in such a way that they contain propellants, unless their transport and storage manufacturer's instructions otherwise. 10. on the composition of pyrotechnic articles prohibits the use of detonating explosives, except for gunpowder and flammable substances. This prohibition does not apply to P1, P2 and the T2 category of pyrotechnical articles and F4 categories of fireworks, which meet the following conditions: 10.1 detonating explosives can not easily get from pyrotechnic products; 10.2. P1 category of pyrotechnic article cannot operate or cause detonating secondary explosives; 10.3. F4 category for Fireworks and T2 and pyrotechnic articles of category P2 can't running detonating or, if they are designed to detonēt, they can not be actuated secondary explosives. 11. Fireworks shall comply with the following safety requirements: 11.1. Fireworks category is indicated on the label; 11.2. safety distance F1 category fireworks are at least one metre. In exceptional cases, depending on the pyrotechnic product design and performance characteristics of the safety distance may be less; 11.3. The F1 category Fireworks prohibited include firecrackers and connected petarž products; 11.4. The F1 category for throwing fireworks in silver fulmināt not exceeding 2.5 mg; 11.5. the safety distance of the F2 category Fireworks at least eight meters. In exceptional cases, depending on the pyrotechnic product design and performance characteristics of the safety distance may be less; 11.6. safety distance F3 category Fireworks at least 15 meters. In exceptional cases, depending on the pyrotechnic product design and performance characteristics of the safety distance may be less; 7.3. F1, F2 and F3 categories of fireworks generated noise level from the safety distance must not exceed 120 db or equivalent noise levels, measured by another appropriate method; 11.8. the Fireworks used in the manufacture of the materials by the use of the devices pose a minimal risk to human health, property and the environment; 7.4. Fireworks ignition method is clearly visible or specified in the labelling or the instructions for use; 11.10. the Fireworks is ensured and their shells expected movement. The motion is chaotic; 11.11. F1, F2 and F3 categories of fireworks are protected against inadvertent ignition with protective cover, packaging or design of the product. F4 category Fireworks protects against inadvertent ignition by methods specified by the manufacturer. 12. Other pyrotechnic articles shall comply with the following safety requirements: 12.1. pyrotechnic article is produced so that you use it as intended, subject to the minimum risk to human health, property and the environment; 12.2. lighter method is clearly visible or specified in the labelling of pyrotechnic articles or instructions for use; 12.3. pyrotechnic article made from such materials, to this, inadvertently, create a minimal risk to human health, property and the environment; 12.4. pyrotechnic article works until the manufacturer's specified expiration date. 13. Pyrotechnic Articles incendiary devices shall comply with the following safety requirements: 13.1 incendiary devices are probably activated and able to function under all foreseeable conditions of use; 13.2. incendiary devices are protected against electrostatic discharges under all foreseeable conditions of storage and use; 13.3. Electric burners are protected against the effects of electromagnetic fields in the foreseeable conditions of storage and use; 13.4. the burner casing is mechanically strong enough to protect the propellant when it is subjected to mechanical pressure expected; 13.5. in the labelling or the instructions for use contains a burner burning time; 13.6. the electric burner electrical characteristics (for example, power strength and resistance) are indicated in the labelling or the instructions for use; 8.5. electrical ignition of the burner, the wires are sufficiently insulated and mechanically resistant, also with regard to the reliability of the burner, taking into account the intended use. 3. assessment of conformity of pyrotechnic articles 3.1. European Union type examination (module B) 14. European Union type (hereinafter referred to as the EU type) examination (module B) is the part of a conformity assessment procedure whereby a notified body examines the technical design of the product in pyrotechnic and confirm that it meets the requirements of these provisions, as well as checks, according to the technical project made for the representative of the production of pyrotechnic articles. 15. the manufacturer shall submit the application to the EU type-examination, the notified body chosen by the manufacturer. The application shall indicate the name of the manufacturer and the address, as well as the legal notice that the analog application has not been lodged with any other notified body. 16. The rules referred to in point 15 of the application shall be accompanied by: 16.1 pyrotechnic product technical documentation that provides the ability to assess the conformity of the pyrotechnic articles in the requirements of this regulation. The technical documentation shall include risk analysis and assessment, identify the applicable requirements and data necessary for the evaluation of pyrotechnic product design, manufacture and operation. The technical documentation shall contain the following minimum information: 16.1.1. pyrotechnic General description of the product; 16.1.2. Design and production drawings, as well as the component, the component and connection schemes; 16.1.3. the descriptions and explanations necessary for the understand the drawings and diagrams and the operation of the product of pyrotechnic; 16.1.4. to fully or partially applied the applicable list of standards, references to which have been published in the official journal of the European Union. If the applicable standards applied in part, indicate the appropriate standard parts; 16.1.5. Description of the solutions, which are used in order to comply with safety requirements, if not used in the applicable standards and technical specifications list; 16.1.6. calculation results and the reports on the examinations and tests; 16.2. the evidence that confirms the compliance of technical projects, indicating all used documents (particularly if the applicable standards are partially used) and, if necessary, provide the test results, which are in accordance with other relevant technical specifications has made the manufacturer's laboratory which complies with the relevant requirements, or other test laboratory in the name of the manufacturer and for which the responsible manufacturer. 17. The applicant shall place at the disposal of the notified body for pyrotechnic product in representative samples. The notified body may request other samples as necessary to perform the test programs. 18. The notified body: 18.1. agree with the applicant the location where the tests will be carried out and the necessary tests; 18.2. ensure that 16. documentation referred to in point and submitted evidence to evaluate the product's technical pyrotechnic project conformity with the requirements of this regulation; 18.3. ensure that pyrotechnic articles in the sample is manufactured in accordance with the technical documentation; 18.4. pyrotechnic articles in the sample is determined by elements that are designed in accordance with the applicable standards, and elements in the development of applicable standards not used; 18.5. the examinations and tests carried out or to ensure that applicable standards used by the manufacturer of the product sample pyrotechnic element is applied for; 18.6. carry out the appropriate examinations and tests, or provide it to make sure that, if the applicable standards for producers not applied or enforced a partial solutions used by the manufacturer, conform to the essential requirements of safety. 19. the notified body shall draw up an assessment report indicating the measures taken in accordance with paragraph 18 of these regulations, and the results of such measures. Notified body only with the consent of the manufacturer, wholly or in part the content of that report gets other people (except the notifying authority and controlling bodies). 20. where pyrotechnic product type meets the requirements of these provisions, the notified body shall issue the applicant EU type-examination certificate, indicating the manufacturer's name and address, the data necessary for the identification of the product in the approved pyrotechnic, as well as the conclusions of the examination and the conditions for validity of the certificate, if any. 21. the EU type-examination certificate can have attachments. The EU type-examination certificate and its annexes shall contain all information allowing an evaluation to be made of the conformity of pyrotechnic articles to the type of test and inspection during use. 22. where pyrotechnic articles in the sample does not meet the requirements of these provisions, the notified body shall not be issued in the EU type-examination certificate and shall inform the applicant accordingly, indicating the reasons for the refusal. 23. the notified body shall identify changes to the applicable standards, which approved pyrotechnic article sample may not comply with the requirements of this regulation, and shall determine whether such changes require further examination. If necessary, the notified body shall inform the manufacturer. 24. where pyrotechnic articles in the pattern of EU type examination carried out, but the production process is intended to make changes that may affect the conformity of the product of pyrotechnic safety essential requirements the EU type examination or the conditions for validity of the certificate, the manufacturer shall inform the notified body which issued the EU type-examination certificate, or if it has ceased its activity or communication is restricted, suspended or withdrawn, it shall inform the notified body which is stored in the technical documentation of the EU type-examination certificate additional application approval-addition of the original EU type-examination certificate. The application shall be accompanied by the rules referred to in paragraph 16 of document changes. 25. The notified body shall keep the EU type-examination certificate, its annexes and additions, technical and other documentation submitted by the manufacturer to the copy of the certificate had expired. 26. the notified body a month after it issued a reference, is denied, withdrawn, suspended or otherwise restricted in the EU type-examination certificate and its additions, or after it receives the request, it shall inform the notifying authority of: 26.1. issued or withdrawn an EU type-examination certificate, or additions. The notified body shall periodically or at the request of the notifying body send the rejected, suspended or otherwise restricted in the EU type-examination certificate or the list of appendices; 26.2. the other notified bodies of the EU type-examination certificate, or additions, which it is denied, withdrawn, suspended or otherwise restricted. Upon request, the notified body shall inform the other notified bodies of the EU, also issued the type-examination certificate, or additions. 27. The notified body within one month of the receipt of the European Commission, the Member States of the European Union and European economic area countries controlling bodies and other institutions reported the EU type-examination certificates and their additions. Notified body according to the European Commission, the Member States of the European Union or the European economic area countries, inspecting authority provide them with technical documentation and also announced the results of the inspections carried out by the institution. 28. the manufacturer of the EU type-examination certificate, its annexes and copies are stored together with the technical documentation for a period of not less than 10 years in the pyrotechnic product placed on the market. 3.2. Conformity to type, which is determined based on internal production control plus supervised testing of pyrotechnic articles at random intervals (module C2) 29. Conform to type based on internal production control plus supervised testing of pyrotechnic articles at random intervals (C2 module), and it is the part of a conformity assessment procedure whereby the manufacturer of pyrotechnic articles production control and the notified body shall periodically at random intervals check individual manufactured pyrotechnic articles. C2 module within the manufacturer ensures and declares that the pyrotechnic articles comply with the EU type-examination certificate described in product type and pyrotechnic safety essential requirements. 30. the manufacturer shall provide the manufacturing process and its monitoring so that the pyrotechnic article type match the EU type-examination certificate described in product type and pyrotechnic safety essential requirements. 31. The notified body chosen by the manufacturer: 31.1. periodically, at random intervals, taking into account the technological complexity of pyrotechnic articles and production, carry out inspections of pyrotechnic articles or provide it to ensure that the manufacturer of pyrotechnic articles tests carried out by the quality and consistency of the manufacturing process; 31.2. check complete samples of pyrotechnic articles from premises where pyrotechnic articles is located before putting them on the market, as well as tested according to the applicable standards or equivalent tests are carried out, indicated by other relevant technical specifications in order to gain confidence that the pyrotechnic articles in the production process takes place within acceptable limits and thus is ensured in compliance with the EU articles pyrotechnic type examination certificate described in the product and the type of pyrotechnic safety essential requirements. If the sample does not meet these requirements, the notified body shall not be issued to the manufacturer proof of product compliance with the EU type-examination certificate to the type as described in. 32. the manufacturer shall fulfil the following obligations: 32.1. labelled the EU type-examination certificate described in articles pyrotechnic type and the requirements of this regulation the appropriate pyrotechnic articles with the CE marking of conformity and affix them in the production process, the identification number of the notified body which has performed the conformity assessment shall, if given such permission; 32.2. pyrotechnic product model shall draw up a declaration of conformity with the European Union, identifying the pyrotechnic articles, for which it was prepared. European Union Declaration of conformity is kept no less than 10 years after the pyrotechnic market the product and a copy thereof shall be issued upon request of the controlling authorities. 3.3. Conformity to type, which is determined based on quality assurance of the production process (module D) 33. Conform to type based on quality assurance of the production process (module D), and It is the part of a conformity assessment procedure whereby the manufacturer, the manufacturer's own use of the notified body chosen by the quality system approved for the manufacture of pyrotechnic articles, final inspection and testing, as well as ensures and declares that the pyrotechnic articles comply with the EU type-examination certificate described in product type and pyrotechnic safety essential requirements. 34. the application of pyrotechnic articles for assessment of his quality assurance system the manufacturer shall submit to the institution of the notified that chosen by the producer. The application shall indicate the name of the manufacturer and the address, as well as the legal notice that the analog application has not been lodged with any other notified body. 35. This provision described in paragraph 34 the application shall be accompanied by: 21.8. information about the pyrotechnic article category envisaged; 35.2. the quality assurance system documentation; 35.3. technical documentation relating to the approved pyrotechnic article type, as well as the EU type-examination certificate. 36. The manufacturer is responsible for ensuring that an appropriate system of quality assurance which ensure the conformity with the EU in the pyrotechnic type examination certificate described in the product and the type of pyrotechnic safety essential requirements. 37. the manufacturer systematically and properly written documents accepted into elements and conditions, specifying the measures taken and the procedures adopted. The quality system documentation shall enable a uniform interpretation of the quality programmes, plans, manuals and other documents. 38. the quality assurance system documentation shall specify: 38.1. the quality objectives and the organisational structure of the economic operator, the responsibilities and powers in relation to pyrotechnic articles in quality; 38.2. used for manufacturing, quality control and quality assurance processes and systematic actions; 38.3. the examinations and tests carried out before and after the production process, as well as during the manufacturing process, and their frequency; 23.9. the quality records, such as reports concerning inspections, tests, calibration data, reports on the qualifications of personnel; 38.5. information about features of the product quality pyrotechnic actual results of supervision and the effective operation of the quality system. 39. the notified body performs the audit team consisting of at least one participant in addition to experience in quality assurance systems is experienced in the production of pyrotechnic articles and their assessment of the technology and knowledge of the applicable standards and safety requirements. The notified body shall examine the audit group that rule 35.3. the technical documentation referred to in the belief that the manufacturer is able to understand and apply the requirements of this regulation and to carry out the necessary checks to ensure the conformity of the pyrotechnic articles in the requirements of this regulation. 40. The notified body audits the audit within the Group also carries out evaluation visits to the premises of the manufacturer. 41. The notified body shall assess the quality system ensures the production of pyrotechnic articles pursuant to the EU type-examination certificate described in product type and pyrotechnic safety essential requirements. The notified body shall presume that these requirements meet these quality system elements to meet the applicable standard in the relevant specifications. 42. The notified body shall inform the manufacturer of the decision, setting out the findings of the audit and the reasoned assessment decision. 43. the manufacturer shall maintain the quality system approved for the appropriate level and provide information on any proposed changes to the approved quality assurance system for the notified body which has approved the system. 44. the notified body shall evaluate the proposed changes and decide whether the proposed changes will affect the pyrotechnic product compliance with the essential requirements of safety and the EU type-examination certificate described pattern and need new assessment. The notified body shall inform the manufacturer of the decision, setting out the conclusions of the examination and the reasoned assessment decision. 45. Pyrotechnic Articles monitoring the quality system provides the notified body. The purpose of surveillance is to obtain assurance that the manufacturer continuously and properly fulfil the responsibilities associated with the approved quality system. 46. the notified body the manufacturer's representatives: 46.1. provides access to premises where produced, checked, tested and stores of pyrotechnic articles (hereinafter referred to as the production of pyrotechnic articles); 46.2. provide all necessary information, in particular the quality system's documentation. 47. The notified body shall periodically, but not less frequently than once a year carry out audits to make sure that the manufacturer is maintaining and applying the approved quality system. The notified body must provide the manufacturer with an audit report. 48. the representatives of the notified body are entitled without notice to appear on the manufacture of pyrotechnic articles and test your pyrotechnic articles or provide testing of pyrotechnic articles to verify that the quality system is working the way you expect. The notified body shall provide the manufacturer with a report of the examination and, if tested with a test message. 49. the manufacturer shall fulfil the following obligations: 30.5. labelled the EU type-examination certificate described in articles pyrotechnic type and the requirements of this regulation the appropriate pyrotechnic articles with the "CE" marking and the identification number of the notified body which has performed the conformity assessment, if the notified body has given such permission; 30.6. pyrotechnic product model shall draw up a declaration of conformity with the European Union, identifying the pyrotechnic articles, for which it was prepared. European Union Declaration of conformity is kept no less than 10 years after the pyrotechnic market the product and a copy thereof shall be issued upon request of the controlling authorities. 50. the manufacturer this rule 34, 35, 43, 44, 47 and 48. documents referred to in paragraph and notified bodies reports and decisions kept no less than 10 years after the pyrotechnic market the product and ensures that they are available to the inspecting authorities. 51. The notified body a month after it issued a reference, is denied, withdrawn, suspended or otherwise restrict the quality evaluation system of approval, or of receipt of the request shall inform the notifying authority of: 51.1. issued and withdrawn for quality system approvals, as well as periodically or upon request, make available to the notifying institution refused, suspended or otherwise restricted, quality assurance system approval list; 51.2. the other notified bodies about the decline, withdrawn, suspended or otherwise restricted the quality-system approvals, as well as, on request, made to the quality-system approvals. 3.4. Conformity to type, which is determined on the basis of pyrotechnic product quality assurance (module E) 52. compliance of the type defined on the basis of the pyrotechnic product quality assurance (module E), and it is the part of a conformity assessment procedure whereby the manufacturer, use an approved quality system for final pyrotechnic articles concerned inspection and testing, and ensures and declares that the pyrotechnic articles comply with the EU type-examination certificate described in product type and pyrotechnic safety essential requirements. 53. the pyrotechnic articles for assessment of his quality assurance system for the notified body the manufacturer shall submit to the chosen manufacturer. The application shall indicate the name of the manufacturer and the address, as well as the legal notice that the analog application has not been lodged with any other notified body. 54. The provisions referred to in paragraph 53 the application shall be accompanied by: 54.1. information about the pyrotechnic article category envisaged; 54.2. the quality assurance system documentation; 54.3. technical documentation relating to the approved pyrotechnic article type, as well as the EU type-examination certificate. 55. The manufacturer is responsible for ensuring that an appropriate system of quality assurance which ensure the conformity with the EU in the pyrotechnic type examination certificate described in the product and the type of pyrotechnic safety essential requirements. 56. the manufacturer systematically and properly written documents accepted into elements and conditions, specifying the measures taken and the procedures adopted. The quality system documentation shall enable a uniform interpretation of the quality programmes, plans, manuals and other documents. 57. the quality system documentation shall specify: 57.1. the quality objectives and the organisational structure of the economic operator, liability and powers in relation to pyrotechnic articles in quality; 57.2. the examinations and tests carried out after manufacture; 57.3. pyrotechnic product quality assurance documentation, such as reports concerning inspections, tests, calibration data, reports on the qualifications of personnel; 57.4. information on the means used to monitor the effective operation of the quality assurance system. 58. the notified body performs the audit team consisting of at least one participant in addition to experience in quality assurance systems is experienced in the field of pyrotechnic articles and the production of pyrotechnic articles with the assessment of the technology and knowledge of the applicable requirements of this Regulation (including applicable standards and safety requirements). The notified body shall examine the audit group that rule 54.3. the technical documentation referred to in the belief that the manufacturer is able to understand and apply the requirements of this regulation and to carry out the necessary checks to ensure the conformity of the pyrotechnic articles in the requirements of this regulation. 59. The notified body shall assess the quality system ensures the production of pyrotechnic articles pursuant to the EU type-examination certificate described in product type and pyrotechnic safety essential requirements. The notified body shall presume that these requirements meet these quality system elements to meet the applicable standard in the relevant specifications. The notified body audits the Group's audit also occurs within the assessment visit to the manufacturer's premises. 60. The notified body shall inform the manufacturer of the decision, setting out the findings of the audit and the reasoned assessment decision. 61. the manufacturer shall maintain the quality system approved for the appropriate level and provide information on any proposed changes to the approved quality assurance system for the notified body that has approved the quality assurance system. 62. the notified body shall evaluate the proposed changes and decide whether the proposed changes will affect the pyrotechnic product compliance with the essential requirements of safety and the EU type-examination certificate to the type as described in the, as well as on the need for a new assessment. The notified body shall inform the manufacturer of the decision, setting out the conclusions of the examination and the reasoned assessment decision. 63. The notified body shall ensure the monitoring of the quality assurance system. The purpose of surveillance is to obtain assurance that the manufacturer continuously and properly fulfil the responsibilities associated with the approved quality system. 64. The manufacturer shall allow the notified body access to the manufacture of pyrotechnic articles, and shall provide it with all necessary information, in particular the quality system's documentation. 65. The notified body shall periodically, but not less frequently than once a year carry out audits to make sure that the manufacturer is maintaining and applying the approved quality system. Provide the manufacturer with an audit report. 66. the representatives of the notified body are entitled without notice to appear on the manufacture of pyrotechnic articles and test your pyrotechnic articles or provide testing of pyrotechnic articles to verify that the quality system is working the way you expect. The notified body shall provide the manufacturer with a report of the examination and, if the pyrotechnic articles are tested by a test report. 67. the manufacturer shall implement this provision in paragraph 49 above, as well as to keep that rule 53, 54, 61, 62, 65 and 66. documents referred to in paragraph, the notified body reports and decisions no less than 10 years after the pyrotechnic market the product and ensures that they are available to the inspecting authorities. 68. The notified body a month after it issued a reference, is denied, withdrawn, suspended or otherwise restrict the quality evaluation system of approval, or of receipt of the request shall inform the notifying authority of: 68.1. issued and withdrawn for quality system approvals, as well as periodically or upon request, make available to the notifying institution refused, suspended or otherwise restricted, the quality assurance system approval list; 68.2. the other notified bodies about the withdrawn or suspended, give up the quality-system approvals, as well as, on request, on the issued quality system approvals. 3.5. determination of conformity based on unit verification (module G) 69. determination of conformity based on unit verification is the conformity assessment procedure in which a pyrotechnic article is compared to the manufacturer's technical documentation developed and tested according to the applicable standards or according to the requirements of the technical specifications and the manufacturer ensures and declares that the pyrotechnic articles concerned meets the requirements of this regulation. 70. the manufacturer shall draw up a pyrotechnic product technical documentation and submit to this provision in paragraph 73 that the notified body. The technical documentation provides the opportunity to assess the conformity of the pyrotechnic product safety requirements, as well as understand the pyrotechnic composition of the product, production and operation. The technical documentation shall include risk analysis and assessment, the applicable requirement and pyrotechnic articles in the data necessary for the evaluation of pyrotechnic product design, production and operation. 71. The provisions referred to in paragraph 70 of the technical documentation shall include: a pyrotechnic article 71.1. General description; 71.2. the design and production drawings, as well as the component, the component and connection schemes; 71.3. the descriptions and explanations necessary to understand the drawings and diagrams and the operation of the product of pyrotechnic; 71.4. fully or partially applied the applicable list of standards, references to which have been published in the official journal of the European Union. If the applicable standards applied in part, indicate the appropriate standard parts; 71.5. a description of the solutions used to comply with the essential requirements of safety if not used in the applicable standards and technical specifications list; 71.6. results of calculations and reports on the examinations and tests. 72. the manufacturer is responsible for ensuring that the manufacturing process and its monitoring ensure conformity of the manufactured product of pyrotechnic requirements of these provisions. 73. The notified body chosen by the manufacturer shall carry out the checks and tests prescribed in the applicable standards, or equivalent tests laid down in other relevant technical specifications, or to give assurance of the product in compliance with the pyrotechnic safety essential requirements. If the production is not used in the applicable standards, the notified body determines what tests should be performed. 74. the notified body shall, on the basis of the checks carried out and issue a certificate of compliance to the manufacturer and shall affix its identification number to the approved pyrotechnic article or, on his own responsibility, to charge it. 75. the manufacturer shall highlight this regulation the appropriate pyrotechnic articles with the "CE" marking and the identification number of the notified body which has performed the conformity assessment shall, if given such permission. The manufacturer shall draw up a written declaration of conformity with the European Union, identifying the pyrotechnic articles, for which it was prepared. 76. the manufacturer of these rules 70 and 71. documentation referred to in point, certificates of conformity and the conformity declaration of the European Union shall be kept for not less than 10 years after the pyrotechnic market the product and ensure that it is available to controlling bodies. 3.6. Conformity to type, which is determined on the basis of a comprehensive quality assurance (module H) 77. Comply with the type shall be determined on the basis of a comprehensive quality assurance and compliance assurance is the procedure whereby a manufacturer uses an approved quality assurance system for the pyrotechnic articles for the design, manufacture, final inspection and testing, which is supervised by the notified body, and ensures and declares that the pyrotechnic article meeting the requirements of this regulation. 78. in order to carry out comprehensive quality assurance conformity assessment, the manufacturer shall provide the notified body chosen by the manufacturer, the application to evaluate the quality of pyrotechnic articles. The application shall indicate the name of the manufacturer and the address, as well as the legal notice that the analog application has not been lodged with any other notified body. 79. The provisions referred to in paragraph 78 of the application shall be accompanied by the following: 79.1. technical documentation for one model of each production of pyrotechnic articles in the category. The technical documentation shall include: a pyrotechnic product 79.1.1. General description; design and production 79.1.2. drawings, as well as parts, sub-assemblies, circuits and other power schemes. 79.1.3. the descriptions and explanations necessary to understand the drawings and diagrams and the operation of the product of pyrotechnic; 79.1.4. it fully or partially applied the applicable list of standards, references to which have been published in the official journal of the European Union, as well as a description of the solutions, which are used to execute the prescribed safety requirements, if not used, applicable standards, as well as the appropriate technical specification list. If the applicable standards are appropriate, the technical documentation shall specify the parts of the standard; 79.1.5. calculation and test results, as well as the reports on the examinations and tests; 79.2. the quality assurance system documentation. 80. The manufacturer is responsible for ensuring that an appropriate system of quality assurance which ensures conformity of the pyrotechnic articles in this regulation. 81. the manufacturer systematically and properly written documents accepted into elements and conditions, specifying the measures taken and the procedures adopted. This quality system documentation shall enable a uniform interpretation of the quality programmes, plans, manuals and other documents. 82. The provisions referred to in paragraph 81. quality system documentation shall specify: 82.1. quality objectives and the organisational structure of the economic operator, the responsibility and authority for the construction of pyrotechnic articles; 82.2. the construction of the pyrotechnic articles in the technical specifications and fully or partly applicable list of standards applied, as well as a description of the solutions, which are used to execute the prescribed safety requirements, if not fully used in the applicable standards; 82.3. the design control and design verification techniques, processes and systematic actions that will be used in developing the category of pyrotechnic articles; 82.4. used in the manufacturing, quality control and quality assurance techniques, processes and systematic actions; 82.5. the examinations and tests carried out before and after the production process, as well as during the manufacturing process, and their frequency; 82.6. quality pyrotechnic product documentation, such as reports concerning inspections, tests, calibration data, reports on the qualifications of personnel; 82.7. information about the features that are used to monitor the pyrotechnic product design and quality to the actual results, as well as the effective operation of the quality system. 83. the notified body performs the audit team consisting of at least one participant in addition to experience in quality assurance systems is experienced in the production of pyrotechnic articles with the assessment of the technology and knowledge of the applicable standards and safety requirements. The notified body shall examine the audit group that rule 79.1. the technical documentation referred to in point and conclude whether the manufacturer is able to understand and apply the requirements of this regulation and to carry out the necessary checks to ensure the conformity of the pyrotechnic articles in the safety essential requirements. 84. The notified body shall assess the quality system to gain confidence that it ensures conformity of pyrotechnic articles to the requirements of this regulation. The notified body shall presume that these requirements meet these quality system elements to meet the applicable standard in the relevant specifications. 85. The notified body shall inform the manufacturer of the decision, setting out the findings of the audit and the assessment of the justification of the decision. 86. the manufacturer shall maintain the quality system approved for the appropriate level and provide information on any proposed changes to the approved quality assurance system for the notified body that has approved the quality assurance system. 87. the notified body shall evaluate the proposed changes and decide whether they will affect the quality of pyrotechnic articles in compliance with the rules of the system requirements, or need a new assessment. The notified body shall inform the manufacturer of the decision, setting out the conclusions of the examination and assessment of the justification of the decision. 88. The notified body shall ensure the monitoring of the quality assurance system, to gain assurance that the manufacturer continuously and properly fulfil the responsibilities associated with the approved quality system. 89. The manufacturer shall allow the notified body access to the premises where the product design, pyrotechnic and plant and provide it with all necessary information, in particular the quality system documentation, quality of supporting documentation, reports on the tests, test results, calibration data, reports concerning the qualifications of the staff and other documents provided for in the comprehensive system of quality assurance. 90. the notified body shall periodically, but not less frequently than once a year carry out audits to obtain assurance that the manufacturer is maintaining and applying the approved quality system. The notified body shall submit the audit report to the manufacturer. 91. the representatives of the notified body are entitled without notice to appear in rooms where the construction of pyrotechnic articles, as well as the establishment and testing of pyrotechnic articles or provide testing of pyrotechnic articles to verify that the quality system is working the way you expect. The notified body shall provide the manufacturer with a report of the examination and, if the pyrotechnic articles are tested by a test report. 92. the manufacturer shall fulfil the following obligations: 57.2. highlights each of these rules, the relevant requirements of pyrotechnic articles with the "CE" marking and the identification number of the notified body which has performed the conformity assessment shall, if given such permission; 92.2. specific product model pyrotechnic shall draw up a declaration of conformity with the European Union, identifying the pyrotechnic articles, for which it was prepared. European Union Declaration of conformity is kept no less than 10 years after the pyrotechnic market the product and a copy thereof shall be issued, upon request, the inspecting authorities; 92.3. This provision 78, 79, 86, 87, 90 and 91. documents referred to in paragraph, notified body messages and decisions kept no less than 10 years after the pyrotechnic market the product and ensures that they are available to the inspecting authorities. 93. the implementation of the notified body referred to in paragraph 68 of the rules. 4. Pyrotechnic articles the European Union Declaration of conformity and the CE marking 94. European Union Declaration of conformity pursuant to this provision outlines the information referred to in paragraph 95, and it specifies the provisions referred to in Chapter 3 of the modular elements, as well as the fact that has been proven a particular conformity of pyrotechnic articles the safety essential requirements. European Union Declaration of conformity is kept up to date. Preparing the European Union Declaration of conformity, the manufacturer takes responsibility for the conformity of pyrotechnic articles to the requirements of this regulation. The European Union shall draw up a declaration of conformity and affix the CE conformity marking, if this provision referred to in paragraph 136. conformity assessment procedures have shown that the pyrotechnic article meeting the requirements of this regulation. 95. the European Union Declaration of conformity: 95.1. number (not necessarily granted); pyrotechnic article 95.2. registration number which according to this provision, and 107 106 105. point given the notified body which has performed the conformity assessment; pyrotechnic products 95.3., batch or serial number; 95.4. the name and address of the manufacturer; 95.5. assurance that the Declaration of conformity is issued only to the liability of the producer in question; 95.6. object of the Declaration (identification of pyrotechnic product information to ensure traceability); 95.7. legislation harmonising the conditions for the marketing of products which comply with the object of the Declaration (pyrotechnic article); 95.8. the references to the relevant use of applicable standards or to other technical specifications under which conformity is declared; 95.9. notified body name, number, its description of the activities carried out and the number of certificates issued and the date of issue; 95.10. European Union Declaration of conformity with the place and date of issue, the name, surname and position of the signatory of the Declaration. 96. the European Union Declaration of conformity shall be drawn up in the national language or adds a translation in the language of the country, where a pyrotechnic article is placed or offered on the Latvian market. 97. the importer shall keep the Declaration of conformity of the European Union of a copy of no less than 10 years after the pyrotechnic market the product to make it available for inspecting authorities, and ensure that the controlling authorities upon request is available in the technical documentation. 98. where pyrotechnic articles covered more than the one the European Union Act, which establishes that requires European Union Declaration of conformity is drawn up for a single European Union Declaration of conformity with regard to any such European Union law. The said Declaration shall specify the relevant legislation, including references to their publications. 99. The CE marking of conformity by the manufacturer or his authorised representative shall impose, in accordance with the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 July 2008. Regulation 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, article 30. 100. the CE conformity marking indicates the pyrotechnic articles, but if this is not possible, on the packaging and accompanying documents. Pyrotechnic articles in the "CE" marking is clearly visible, easily legible and indelible. 101. The CE marking of conformity imposed before the product is placed on the pyrotechnic market. Behind the CE conformity marking is a notified body (if it is involved in the production control phase) identification number. Notified body identification number of the notified body imposed itself, or on its instructions, it obliges the manufacturer. 102. the CE mark of conformity and, if necessary, after the notified body identification number you can specify another mark on special risk or use. 5. the labelling of pyrotechnic articles and registering 103. to facilitate the traceability of pyrotechnic articles the manufacturer it is marked with the registration number allocated by the notified body which carried out the assessment of conformity of pyrotechnic articles. 104. Registration number consists of the following elements: 104.1. the notified body four-digit identification number that is issued by the EU type-examination certificate in accordance with the provisions of section 136.1. the conformity assessment procedures provided for (module B), or which has issued the certificate of conformity in accordance with the provisions of section 136.2. the conformity assessment procedures provided for (module G), or which has issued the approval of the quality system in accordance with the rules provided for in subparagraph 136.3. conformity assessment procedures (module H); 104.2. pyrotechnic product category that has made the certification of conformity, in abbreviated format in capital letters: F1, F2, F3, 104.2.1. or F4 respectively 1, 2, 3, and 4 categories of fireworks; 104.2.2. T1 or T2 T1 and T2 categories stage pyrotechnic products; 104.2.3. P1 P2 P1 and P2, respectively, or the category other pyrotechnic products; 104.3. the processing number that the pyrotechnic articles attributed to the notified body. 105. the registration numbers consist of the following: "XXXX-YY-ZZZZ", where XXXX is that rule 104.1. the notified body as referred to in point four-digit identification number, YY-104.2. these provisions referred to in articles pyrotechnic category and ZZZZ-This rule 104.3. the treatment referred to in point number. 106. the notified body shall assign a registration number, which identifies the pyrotechnic articles which are made in conformity assessment, and producers, as well as maintain the register of pyrotechnic articles, which they have granted the EU type-examination certificate in accordance with the provisions of section 136.1. the conformity assessment procedures provided for (module B), or they have issued certificates of conformity in accordance with the provisions of section 136.2. proposed conformity assessment procedure (module G) whether they are issued by the quality assurance system approvals under this provision in proposed 136.3. conformity assessment procedures (module H). 107. the notified body in the register of pyrotechnic articles shall keep for at least 3 of these rules the elements laid down in the annex for not less than 10 years from the date on which the notified body has issued this rule 106. the certificates referred to in paragraph 1 or approvals. The notified body in the register is updated regularly and make it publicly available on the internet. 108. If notification of notified bodies is maintained, the said institution shall be transferred to another registry, the notified body or the notifying body. 109. manufacturers of pyrotechnic articles and importers shall keep all manufactured or imported for pyrotechnic articles registration numbers with this product trade name, generic types and subtypes and, if necessary, the place of production, at least 10 years after the pyrotechnic article is placed on the market. This information shall be made available on request to the inspecting authorities. 110. where pyrotechnic articles the manufacturer or importer shall it pass this rule the information referred to in paragraph 109 of the notifying body. 111. the pyrotechnic product manufacturers shall indicate their name (company), a trade mark, as well as address for communication. If this information can not be specified to the pyrotechnic article, it shall be indicated on the packaging or in a document accompanying the pyrotechnic article. Address indicates one focal point, you can contact the manufacturer. The contact information is end users and controlling bodies in easily understood language. 112. If the manufacturer is not established in the Member State of the European Union or the European economic area country, in addition to the provisions referred to in paragraph 111, the information about the manufacturer, the following information shall also indicate on the importer. 113. the labelling of pyrotechnic articles in addition to the provisions in paragraph 111 and 112. information: 113.1. pyrotechnic product name and type; pyrotechnic article 113.2. registration number; pyrotechnic article 113.3. batch or serial number; pyrotechnic articles in category 113.4.; 113.5. age at which a person is entitled to purchase, store, and use of pyrotechnic articles; 113.6. instructions for use of the pyrotechnic article; 113.7. year of production (F3 and F4 categories of fireworks); 113.8. minimum safety distance, if necessary; 113.9. existing product pyrotechnic propellant. 114. Fireworks mark may, in addition, this provision 111.112.113., and the information referred to in paragraph 1 shall contain the following information: 114.1. F1 category Fireworks – an indication, if necessary, how to use them outdoors only and minimum safety distance; 114.2. F2 category Fireworks-guide on how to use only outdoors and, when needed, the minimum safety distance; 114.3. F3 category Fireworks-guide on how to use outdoors only and minimum safety distance; 114.4. F4 category Fireworks – an indication that the right to use such devices are only persons with special knowledge, and minimum safety distance. 115. The scene marking of pyrotechnic articles in addition to those provisions, and 113 112 111. information referred to in paragraph 1 shall include the following information: 115.1. T1 category stage pyrotechnical articles indicate, if necessary, how to use them outdoors only and minimum safety distance; 115.2. T2 category stage pyrotechnical articles indicate that the right to use such devices are only persons with special knowledge, and minimum safety distance. 116. the marking is clearly visible and understandable, legible and indelible, and that the Member State of the European Union or the European economic area within the language of the pyrotechnic articles intended to offer to the market. 117. the labelling of pyrotechnic articles in the point to, but if this is not possible, on the packaging in smaller units. 118. This rule 112, 113, 116.. and 117. of the type referred to in paragraph 1 shall not apply to pyrotechnic articles for vehicles. 119. the labelling of pyrotechnic articles for vehicles in addition to the State: 119.1. the name and type of product; pyrotechnic article 119.2. registration number; pyrotechnic article 119.3. batch or serial number; 119.4. safety rules (if necessary). 120. This provision 111. and 119 vehicles referred to in paragraph marking of pyrotechnic articles information points to a pyrotechnic article, but if this is not possible, on its packaging. 121. the vehicle of pyrotechnic articles the manufacturer of professional users a safety data sheet shall be drawn up. Professional manufacturer shall prepare and submit a safety data sheet on the vehicles intended for pyrotechnic articles, which prepared the user requested the relevant Member State of the European Union or European economic area national language in accordance with annex II of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 December 2006, Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 concerning the registration, evaluation, authorisation and restriction of chemicals (REACH) and establishing a European Chemicals Agency , amending Directive 1999/45/EC and repealing Council Regulation (EEC) No 793/93 and Commission Regulation (EC) No 1488/94 as well as Council Directive 76/769/EEC and Commission directives 91/155/EEC, 93/67/EEC, 93/105/EC and 2000/21/EC, and which takes account of that specific user needs. Safety data sheet may also be submitted electronically, with the consent of the professional user. 122. propellants of pyrotechnic articles shall be marked according to the requirements of laws and regulations on the transport of dangerous goods and of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 2008, Regulation (EC) no 1272/2008 on classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures, and amending and repealing directives 67/548/EEC and 1999/45/EC and Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 6. requirements reported bodies 6.1. Basic authorities notified the institution 123. that has been notified to the European Commission, the Member States of the European Union and European economic area countries in accordance with the regulations on the procedures for the notification of the Commission creates, 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, or other Member States of the European Union or the European economic area countries notified of pyrotechnic articles of conformity assessment bodies performing conformity assessment of pyrotechnic articles in accordance with the rules referred to in paragraph 136. conformity assessment procedures. 124. The notified body shall meet the following requirements: 124.1. it is established in the Republic of Latvia of the legal person; 124.2. it acts as a third party: 124.2.1. which is independent of the operator (the Alliance) that the product meets its pyrotechnic assessed; 124.2.2. the performance of which has not been linked to the pyrotechnic articles, for which it shall carry out the conformity assessment; 124.3. institution, its management and employees, who are responsible for conformity assessment shall not be the estimate of pyrotechnic articles or explosive substances, developers, constructors manufacturer, supplier, Installer, purchaser, owner, user or servers, nor can it be authorised agents. The pyrotechnic articles in existence of personal use is not considered to be a limitation to the notified body, its management and employees to carry out the assessment of conformity of pyrotechnic articles; 124.4. institution, its management and employees, who are responsible for conformity assessment, no relation to pyrotechnic articles to be assessed or explosive substances in the design, manufacture or construction, the marketing, installation, use, or service, and not represent the parties engaged in these activities; institution, its management 124.5. and employee responsible for conformity assessment shall not engage in any activity (particularly in consulting), which may conflict with their independence or integrity of the decision with respect to those assessment activities, which they have been notified; 124.6. the institution shall ensure that branch or these rules in the tasks referred to in paragraph 126 of the performers does not affect conformity assessment confidentiality, objectivity or impartiality; 124.7. institution and its staff conformity assessment shall be carried out professionally, with integrity, employees are technically competent. The personnel are free from any influences (especially financial) for their decisions or results of the conformity assessment, especially from persons or groups of persons with an interest in the impact of conformity assessment; 124.8. institution is able to carry out all the conformity assessment tasks conferred on it in section 3 of these regulations and for which it has been notified, whether these tasks are carried out by the notified body itself, or they are made in its name and on its responsibility; 124.9. the notified body according to the activities to the conformity assessment procedures and measurable kinds of pyrotechnic articles and categories are: 124.9.1. necessary personnel with technical expertise and appropriate experience to perform a conformity assessment; 124.9.2. Description of the procedures required, in accordance with which conformity assessment carried out, ensuring the transparency and the ability to repeat this procedure. The notified body has been developed according to the policies and procedures for the tasks it carries out as a notified body, separate from the other activities; 124.9.3. required action procedures that take into account the size of the economic operator, the industry in which it operates, its structure, the degree of complexity of the technology in question and the mass or serial nature of the production process; 124.10. institution has the necessary means to enable it to perform properly the technical and administrative tasks connected with conformity assessment, and have access to all the necessary equipment and facilities; 124.11. institutions employees responsible for conformity assessment, is: 124.11.1. pursuant to technical and professional training in all the conformity assessment activities; 124.11.2. knowledge of the requirements relating to the assessment and permission to take it; 124.11.3. knowledge and understanding of the safety requirements set out the essential requirements which are laid down in Chapter 2 of these provisions, the relevant applicable standards and requirements set out in the legislation, harmonising the conditions for the marketing of products, and regulates the circulation of pyrotechnic articles; 124.11.4. the ability to draw up the certificates, records and reports to demonstrate that the assessment is carried out; 124.12. notified body is provided, its management and on conformity assessment the responsible employee impartiality; 124.13. wages received by notified body management and employee responsible for conformity assessment shall not depend on the number of assessments carried out or on the results; 124.14. notified body is insured civil liability in respect of the activities that it is entitled to make; 124.15. notified body employees observe professional confidentiality with regard to all information gained in carrying out the duties covered by Chapter 3 of these rules, with the exception of information provided by the controlling bodies and notifying the institution; 124.16. the notified body shall ensure that employees who are responsible for conformity assessment shall have been informed of the relevant standardisation activities and the coordination group of notified bodies, established under the relevant legislation under which conditions for the marketing of the products. The notified body may participate in, or ensure that the delegated representative participation in the work of the working group. The decisions of the Working Group and prepare documents notified body used as guidelines for the valuation methodology. 125. If the notified body certifies its compliance with the criteria laid down in the relevant applicable standards or parts thereof, the references to which have been published in the official journal of the European Union, it is deemed appropriate that 124. requirements set out in paragraph 1, in so far as the relevant applicable standards apply to these requirements. 126. If a notified body switch company contract for specific tasks in relation to conformity assessment or use affiliate, so make sure that the task requester or branch meets the requirements of paragraph 124, and shall inform the notifying Authority accordingly. 127. The notified body shall assume full responsibility for this provision in the tasks referred to in paragraph 126 of the reviewer's or branch regardless of where they conduct business. 128. The notified body may be a separate conformity assessment activities conclude enterprise agreements or delegate it to make subsidiary only if the applicant consents thereto. 129. the notified body shall retain the documents for this rule in the tasks referred to in paragraph 126 caller or affiliates and their assessment of the qualifications of the work carried out under this rule for Chapter 3. The document is available to the notifying body. 6.2. The notified body in the conformity assessment obligation 130. notified body in the conformity assessment shall be carried out in a proportionate, not creating unnecessary burden for economic operators, taking into account the size of the company, the sector in which it operates, the structure, the degree of complexity of the technology concerned, and whether the production process is mass or batch file, while respecting the rigidity and the level of protection required for the pyrotechnic article meet the requirements of this regulation. 131. If a notified body finds that a manufacturer has complied this provision in Chapter 2, the relevant applicable standards or other documents that contain certain pyrotechnic articles in the technical requirements, safety requirements laid down, it shall issue a certificate of conformity and not require the manufacturer to take appropriate corrective measures. 132. If, by monitoring compliance with the issue of the certificate, a notified body finds that a pyrotechnic article is no longer relevant, it shall require the manufacturer to take appropriate corrective measures, and, if necessary, suspend or revoke the certificate. If corrective measures are not taken or do not produce the desired results, the notified body accordingly, limit, suspend or revoke the certificate. 133. The notified body shall inform the notifying authority of 133.1. refusal of certificates:, restriction, suspension or cancellation; 133.2. conditions that affect the scope of the notification, or notification requirements; 133.3. Requests for information about conformity assessment activities, which they received from the controlling bodies; 133.4. conformity assessment activities performed within the scope of the notification and, on request, for all other activities, including cross-border activities and subcontracting contracts. 134. The notified body shall inform the other notified bodies carrying out similar conformity assessment activities of the same pyrotechnical articles, on issues relating to negative and, on request, positive conformity assessment results. 7. the manufacturer, importer, Distributor and service provider of pyrotechnic obligations the manufacturer and importer 135. ensure that pyrotechnic articles placed on the market conform to the law of circulation of pyrotechnic articles to the requirements of article 10. 136. assessment of conformity of pyrotechnic articles the manufacturer shall apply one of the following procedures: 136.1. the EU type-examination (module B) pursuant to paragraph 14 of these rules after the choice of the manufacturer and one of the following procedures: 136.1.1. conformity to type, which is determined based on internal production control plus supervised testing of pyrotechnic articles at random intervals (module C2) according to paragraph 29 of these rules; 136.1.2. conformity to type, which is determined based on quality assurance of the production process (module D) pursuant to paragraph 33 of these rules; 136.1.3. conformity to type, which is determined on the basis of pyrotechnic product quality assurance (module E) pursuant to this provision, paragraph 52; 136.2. compliance, determined based on unit verification (module G) pursuant to paragraph 69 of these rules; 136.3. conformity to type, which is determined on the basis of a comprehensive quality assurance (module H) according to point 77. these provisions, in so far as it relates to the F4 category for Fireworks. 137. the manufacturer shall draw up the technical documentation, as well as establishing procedures to series production ensure permanent conformity of pyrotechnic articles for the requirements of this regulation, taking into account the pyrotechnic product design or characteristics and changes in the changes in applicable standards or other technical specifications to which reference is declared in the conformity with the pyrotechnic. 138. The importer of the product before the pyrotechnic market ensure that the CE mark of conformity and the required documents and that the manufacturer has drawn up the technical: 138.1. documentation; 138.2. made the appropriate conformity assessment procedure; made the appropriate pyrotechnic 138.3. product labelling. 139. The importer shall ensure that pyrotechnic articles are attached to the end users easy-to-understand instructions and safety information in the national language. 140. The manufacturer or importer and Distributor, carrying out or providing storage of pyrotechnic articles, carry, transport and transfer of pyrotechnic product provides compliance with the safety essential requirements. 141. it is the responsibility of the dealer before the pyrotechnic market the product offering to ensure that pyrotechnic articles are labelled according to the requirements of this regulation, the CE marking, is added to the operating instructions and safety information in the national language, as well as other necessary documents. 142. If the importer or dealer has reasonable grounds for believing that a pyrotechnic article does not conform to the safety requirements of products offered on the market, so is not in compliance with. If the pyrotechnic article presents a risk, the importer shall inform the manufacturer and the controlling authority. Distributor and service provider for the pyrotechnic pyrotechnic articles in the non-compliance with the safety essential requirements shall inform the manufacturer or the importer, of which pyrotechnic articles purchased, and the controlling authority. 143. If the manufacturer or importer and Distributor has reasonable grounds for believing that a pyrotechnic article, which it has offered the market do not meet the requirements of this Regulation: 143.1. the manufacturer or importer shall immediately take all necessary measures to ensure the conformity of the pyrotechnic articles in the requirements of this regulation; 143.2. distributor make sure that these provisions have been made in paragraph 143.1. these measures necessary. 144. If the manufacturer or importer and Distributor has reasonable grounds for believing that a pyrotechnic article, which it has offered the market do not meet the requirements of these regulations and it is not possible to ensure that the rules laid down in paragraph 143 of conformity, the manufacturer or importer and Distributor: 144.1. suspend the placing of articles or placing on the market; 144.2. remove such articles from the market or withdraw it. 145. when it considered appropriate in relation to pyrotechnic product risks, the manufacturers and importers of consumer health and safety protection at the duly justified request of the competent authorities shall make available on the market of pyrotechnic articles sample testing, investigating and, if necessary, register complaints, inadequate pyrotechnic articles and undo for pyrotechnic articles, as well as constantly inform the dealer on this. 146. If the pyrotechnic article may present a risk to the health and safety of persons or to other aspects of public interest protection, the manufacturer or importer, the Distributor and the pyrotechnic service provider shall immediately inform the inspecting authorities of the Member States of the European Union and European economic area countries, which he has offered of pyrotechnic articles on the market, provide detailed information, including for non-compliance and of the corrective measures taken, and shall cooperate with them to prevent the risks posed by pyrotechnic articles. 147. The manufacturer or importer, Distributor and service provider by pyrotechnic reasoned request, provide the controlling institution in a language easily understood by all relevant information on the measures taken to ensure conformity of the pyrotechnic articles in the requirements of this regulation, as well as documentation showing that the pyrotechnic article meeting the requirements of this regulation. Merchant information is provided by the legislation in accordance with the procedure laid down in the product which the manufacturer, distributor or service provider will inform the national authorities of supervision and control of the goods or services, which creates the risk that is incompatible with the General safety requirements, as well as at the request of the competent institution, shall cooperate in all action taken to prevent risks from pyrotechnic articles, which the producer or importer placed on the market and the Distributor offered on the market. 148. If the importer or the Distributor is placed on the market of pyrotechnic articles which under his name or trademark or modifies already placed on the market of pyrotechnic articles so that changes may affect conformity with the requirements of this regulation, they shall be deemed to be a manufacturer and is subject to the same obligations as the manufacturer. 149. The manufacturer or importer and distributor for at least 10 years after the purchase of the product and pyrotechnic sales stores and, on request, provide information to the controlling bodies of all manufacturers, importers and distributors who supplied them or pyrotechnic articles which they supplied the pyrotechnic articles. 150. If the pyrotechnic article made the circulation of pyrotechnic articles in the law article 22 referred to in the fourth paragraph of the assessment and found that the pyrotechnic article complies with legislation on the safety of goods and services, but it creates or may create a serious risk to human health, safety or any other aspect of public interest protection, merchant who offered on the market of pyrotechnic articles concerned, provide corrective measures. 8. final question these provisions 104.151.105, 107, 108 and 110, paragraph, shall enter into force on 17 October 2016. Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) of the European Commission in the 2014-16 April 2014/58/EU Directive, with which, in accordance with European Parliament and Council Directive 2007/23/EC establishes a system of traceability of pyrotechnic articles; 2) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 June 2013-2013/29/EU directive on the harmonisation of the laws of Member States relating to the availability of pyrotechnic articles on the market; 3) Commission of 23 April 2004, Directive 2004/57/EC on the identification of pyrotechnic articles and certain ammunition for the purposes of Council Directive 93/15/EEC on the harmonisation of the provisions relating to explosives for civil uses the placing on the market and monitoring. Prime Minister-Minister of traffic Anrij matīss Interior Minister Richard Kozlovsk of annex 1 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 28 July 2015 by Regulation No 434 products, which are considered to be pyrotechnic articles or ammunition UN Nr. Title/description class/chapter product Description Group G 0009 Incendiary ammunition with explosive, izsitoš or izmetoš or without charge 1.2 G ammunition, mainly used for military purposes and which include various types of bombs, grenades, missiles, mines, projectiles and other similar devices, Incendiary munitions ammunition containing incendiary substance. Except where the explosive is the composition, the ammunition also contains one or more of the following parts: izmetoš projectiles the projectile with a burner and firing projectiles; uzspridzinātāj with explosive or Incendiary projectiles in the izsitoš 0010 ammunition with explosive, izsitoš or izmetoš or without charge 1.3 G see entry for UN No 0009 0015 smoke causing ammunition with explosive, izsitoš or izmetoš or without charge 1.2 G ammunition causing smoke ammunition containing smoke creative substance. Except where the explosive is that substance, the ammunition also contains one or more of the following parts: izmetoš projectiles the projectile with a burner and firing projectiles; uzspridzinātāj with explosive or izsitoš charge in the fatal Fumes 0016 ammunition with explosive, izsitoš or izmetoš or without charge 1.3 G see entry for UN No 0015 0018 tearing causing ammunition with explosive, izsitoš or izmetoš charge 1.2 G tearing causing ammunition with explosive, izsitoš or izmetoš the projectile munitions containing substances of tearing. It also contains one or more of the following parts: a pyrotechnic substance; izmetoš charge charges the burner and firing projectiles; uzspridzinātāj with explosive or izsitoš charge 0019-Tearing in the ammunition with explosive, izsitoš or izmetoš charge 1.3 G see entry for UN No 0018 0039 bombs with Flash effect 1.2 G bombs Explosive articles which are dropped from aircraft. They may contain combustible fluids with explosive ordnance, Flash effect mix or explosive ordnance, bombs with Flash effect with Flash effect 0049 1.1 G with Flash effect, which consists of a casing, kapsel and flammable powders, which are combined into a single whole and are prepared for shooting with Flash 0050 effect 1.3 G see entry for UN No 0049 0054 signal cartridges 1.3 G signal cartridges products for colored flares or other signals to run, for example, by using raķešpistol in the wick Wick 0066 1.4 G Product, composed of textile yarn, covered with gunpowder or other fast burning pyrotechnic mixture and of flexible protective coating or powder cores that surround the elastic woven material. This product will gradually burn up with open flame along its whole length, and is used to transmit ignition from the device to charge 0092 flares (used by placing on the ground) 1.3 G flares articles containing pyrotechnic substances and intended for use to illuminate, identify, signal or warn 0093 flares (used to shoot in the air) 1.3 G see entry for UN No 0092 0101 Not detonating 1.3 G fuse the fuse (fuse)/uzspridzinātāj (fuz), although in English the two terms have a common origin, the French words fusé fusil – and sometimes, considered as one and the same term spelling variations, it is appropriate to consider that fuse refers to auklveidīg of ignition device, but the ammunition used in the fuz-device, which include mechanical, electrical, chemical or hydrostatic components and which flared or sprāgst a result of the explosion of the chain, not the fuse, instantaneous detonating (fast burning wick) products consisting of cotton threads impregnated with fine gunpowder (fast burning wick). It burns with an open flame, and is used in ignition of fireworks and the rest of the chain 0103 ignition burner (tubular, coated with metals) 1.4 G ignition burner (tubular, coated with metal) products consisting of a metal tube with the flammable explosive core lighting 0171 ammunition with explosive, izsitoš or izmetoš or without charge 1.2 G ammunition with explosive flare, izsitoš or izmetoš or without charge in ammunition for a powerful light source to illuminate the creation of an area. This term includes illuminating cartridges, grenades and ordnance, as well as flare bombs and target identification for hand signalling devices 1.4 G 0191, 0192 signals for Explosive and railroad flares 1.1 G see entry for UN No 0191 0194 emergency flares (optional equipment) 1.1 G see entry for UN No 0191 0195 emergency flares (optional equipment) 1.3 G see entry for UN No 0191 0196 smoke flares 1.1 G see entry for UN No 0191 0197 smoke flares 1.4 G Sk. the entry UN No 0191 0212 tracking missiles, munitions 1.3 G ammunition tracking missiles in Sealed articles containing pyrotechnic substances and for the determination of the charge path lighting ammunition with explosive 0254, izsitoš or izmetoš or without charge 1.3 G see entry for UN No 0171 0297 lighting ammunition with explosive, izsitoš or izmetoš or without charge 1.4 G see entry for UN No 0254 0299 bombs with Flash effect 1.3 G see entry for UN No 0039 0300 Incendiary ammunition with explosive in the izsitoš or izmetoš, or without charge 1.4 G see entry for UN No 0009 0301 tearing causing ammunition with explosive and izsitoš charge 1.4 G see entry for UN No 0018 0303 smoke ammunition with explosive and izsitoš or without charge 1.4 G see entry for UN No tracking missiles, munitions 0015 0306 1.4 G see entry for UN No signal 0212 0312 patron 1.4 G signal cartridges products for colored flares or other signals to run through the smoke flares 0313 raķešpistol 1.2 G see entry for UN No 0195 0318 training grenade (hand or firearms) 1.3 G training grenade (hand or firearms) products intended to throw by hand or shoot, using tubular 0319 kapsel firearm 1.3 G of tubular products, kapsel consisting of the ignition of flammable kapsel and the additional charge of explosives as gunpowder and used to ignite the izmetoš charge in ammunition shells, such as lielgabalo in kapsel 1.4 l 0320 tubular-see entry for UN No 0319 0333 Fireworks 1.1 G fireworks pyrotechnic articles intended for Fireworks for entertainment 0334 1.2 G see entry for UN No 0333 0335 Fireworks 1.3 G see entry for UN No 0333 0336 Fireworks 1.4 G see entry for UN No 0333 0362 training ammunition 1.4 G training ammunition ammunition without explosives-pamatlādiņ containing explosive or izsitoš charge. It also contains uzspridzinātāj and izmetoš charge 0363 checks checks 1.4 G munition ammunition ammunition containing pyrotechnic substances and are used to test new ammunition, weapons components or weapons system effectiveness or power 0372 training grenade (hand or firearms) 1.2 G see entry for UN No 0318 0373 hand signalling devices 1.4 S, see entry for UN No 0191 0403 flares (uses shoot in the air), 1.4 G see entry for UN No 0092 0418 flares (used by placing on the ground) 1.2 G see entry for UN No 0092 0419 flares (used by placing on the ground) 1.1 G see entry for UN No 0092 0420 flares (used to shoot in the air) 1.1 G see entry for UN No 0092 0421 flares (used to shoot in the air) 1.2 G see entry for UN No 0092 0424 Inert and tracking missiles in the explosive charge 1.3 G products as projectiles or bullets that fired from the gun or other artillery guns, rifles or other small arms. They may be inert, with or without the charge tracking, as well as contain explosive or izsitoš charge or explosive projectile tracking missiles and Inert 0425 to 1.4 G see entry for UN No 0424 0428 pyrotechnic articles intended for technical uses 1.1 G of pyrotechnic articles intended for technical purposes, which contain pyrotechnic substances and are used for technical purposes, such as to generate heat , gas, special effects. This term does not cover the following products which are mentioned separately: all types of ammunition; signal cartridges; eksplozīvo in pārgriezēj and ropes; Fireworks; flares; flares; explosive start device; Exploding the studs; hand signalling devices; emergency flares; rail and explosive flares; smoke flares 0429 pyrotechnic articles intended for technical uses 1.2 G see entry for UN Nos 0428 0430 pyrotechnic articles intended for technical purposes 1.3 G see entry for UN Nos 0428 0431 pyrotechnic articles intended for technical uses 1.4 G see entry for UN No ordnance with explosive or 0428 0434 izsitoš 1.2 G of shell products such as Homing projectiles or bullets from a gun fired by artillery or other firearm , guns or other small arms. They may be inert, with or without the charge tracking, as well as contain explosive or izsitoš charge or explosive ordnance with explosive ordnance or 0435 izsitoš see the shells of 1.4 G entry for UN Nos 0434 0452 training grenade (hand or firearms) 1.4 G see entry for UN No 0372 0487 smoke flares 1.3 G see entry for UN No 0194 0488 training ammunition 1.3 G training ammunition ammunition without explosives-pamatlādiņ containing explosive or izsitoš charge. It also contains uzspridzinātāj and izmetoš charge. This term does not include training grenades, which are listed separately in the Explosive and rail 0492 flares 1.3 G see entry for UN No 0194 0493 railway flares and Explosive 1.4 G see entry for UN No 0194 0503 airbag producer or airbag modules, pyrotechnic or seat belt tension unit for 1.4 G S 0110 group training grenade (hand or firearms) 1.4 S, see the entry for UN No. 0318 0193 explosive flares and 1.4 S, see the entry for UN No. 0194 0337 Fireworks 1.4 S See entry for UN No 0334 0345 Inert and tracking missiles in the Projectile's 1.4 articles as shells or bullets, fired from a cannon or other by artillery guns, rifles or other small arms. They may be inert, with or without the charge tracking, as well as contain explosive or izsitoš or explosives charge in charge of 1.4 S 0376 tubular kapsel see entry for UN No 0319 0404 flares (used to shoot in the air) 1.4 S, see entry for UN No 0092 0405 signal cartridges 1.4 S signal the patron, for colored flares or other signals to run, such as the use of pyrotechnic articles 0432 raķešpistol intended for technical uses 1.4 S Interior Minister Richard Kozlovsk by Annex 2 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 28 July 2015 by Regulation No 434 products, for which it must be determined whether they are pyrotechnic articles or explosives of UN Nos Title/description class/chapter description of the product group G 1.1 G 0121 burners burners articles containing one or more explosive substances and used to explosive chain reaction caused. They can be actuated chemically, electrically or mechanically 0314 burners 1.2 G see entry for UN No 0121 0315 burners 1.3 G see entry for UN No spark uzspridzinātāj are 1.3 G 0121 0316 0317 ignition of the burners uzspridzinātāj 1.4 G 1.4 G 0325 see entry UN No. 0121 0353 Explosive articles which are not mentioned elsewhere 1.4 G 0454 burners 1.4 S, see entry for UN No 0131 0121 's group the burner igniters 1.4 S burner igniters, Different construction products that activates with friction, impact or electricity and used to ignite the wick 0349 Explosive articles, not elsewhere specified S ignition uzspridzinātāj in 0368 1.4 1.4 S Interior Minister Richard Kozlovsk the annex 3 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 28 July 2015 by Regulation No 434 of pyrotechnic articles registry sample format notified body (name, registration number, registered office) pyrotechnic articles register registration number date issued certificate of EU type examination (module B) conformity certificate (module G) or the approval of the quality system (module H) and expiration date (if any) the manufacturer of the product in General Pyrotechnic type and subtype (if any) the conformity modulis1 the production phase of the notified body which carried out the production phase novērtēšanu1 of compliance additional information note. 1 pyrotechnic articles the conformity assessment procedure shall be indicated, if the notified body applied the EU type-examination (module B). It may not, if a suitable pyrotechnic product verification (module G) or a comprehensive quality assurance (module H). Information, if known, indicate if there is another notified body involved. Interior Minister Richard Kozlovsk a