Amendments To The Cabinet Of Ministers Of 18 May 2010 On The Regulation No 461 "rules On The Classification Of Occupations, Professions And Qualifications Appropriate To The Mission Requirements And The Use Of The Professions And Escalation Procedures"

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Ministru kabineta 2010. gada 18. maija noteikumos Nr. 461 "Noteikumi par Profesiju klasifikatoru, profesijai atbilstošiem pamatuzdevumiem un kvalifikācijas pamatprasībām un Profesiju klasifikatora lietošanas un aktualizēšanas kārtību"

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 445 in Riga august 4, 2015 (pr. No 37 5) amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers of 18 May 2010 No. 461 "provisions of the rules on the classification of occupations, professions and qualifications appropriate to the mission requirements and the use of the professions and escalation procedure" Issued in accordance with article 40 of the law of work of the seventh paragraph and State statistics law 7.1 article do cabinet 18 May 2010 No. 461 "provisions of the rules on the classification of occupations, professions and qualifications appropriate to the mission requirements and the use of the professions and escalation procedures" (Latvian journal , 2010, 84, 148, 200. no; 118. in 2011, no; 2012, 4, nr. 125.; 2013, 37, no. 174; 2014, 16, 48, no. 197; 2015, no) 21. the amendments are as follows: 1. Annex 1 of the "professions": 1.1. Supplement 11. point after the words "to give guidance on the implementation of public policies" with the words "to provide administrative support to the consultative and parliamentary member of the Bureau; the members of the Bureau of Parliament to lead the activities of the Office; to provide tips and advice to Member of the Bureau of the Parliament on matters that require a deep specific industry or more subsector of activity management "; 1.2. deletion of 12.11.,.,., and 12.16 12.14 12.15. section; 1.3. to supplement the annex to 12.28 12.27. and. section as follows: "the members of the Bureau of the Parliament 12.27. Office Manager-Professional Code" 1111 "27; the members of the Bureau of the Parliament 12.28. Advisor-profession code "1111" 28. "; 1.4. replace paragraph 14, the words "to advise the Parliamentary" with the words "to ensure parliamentary office work management, planning, strategy development and implementation; coordinate work between the Office of the Parliamentary and other parliamentary bodies, as well as to ensure the parliamentary budget and its execution. advise the Parliament "; 1.5. deletion of 15.57. section; 1.6. to supplement the annex to 15.61 15.62. this subparagraph. "and:" the Latvian parliamentary Chancellery 15.61 Director – professional code "59" 1112; 15.62. Parliamentary Deputy Director – Office Professional Code 1112 60 "."; " 1.7. to supplement the attachment with 11.7. subparagraph by the following: "Deputy Head of the trade union organizations 11.7./Vice Chairman – profession code" 09 "1114."; 1.8. Supplement 26 to organize after the words "the finished document records and ensure their storage" with the words "to plan, organize and control the preparation of transcripts, parliamentary sitting in statistical data collection, the Saeima and the Cabinet's final act and other documents editing, archiving and translation"; 1.9. to supplement the annex to 27.48. and section follows 27.49. "transcript of the departmental head 27.48. – the profession's code" 1211 48 "; 27.49. Transcript of the Deputy Head of the Department – the profession code 1211 49 "."; " 1.10. adding to 59. point after the words "to plan and manage the daily production activities" with the words "to plan and run a printing business work area"; 1.11. to supplement the annex to 60.16. and section follows 60.17. "operating unit head of 60.16./Director (printing)-the professional code" 16 "1321; 60.17. Operating Deputy Head of Department/Deputy Director (printing)-the professional code "17" 1321. "; 1.12. supplement to 73.10. and section 73.11. in this version: "the operating unit head of 73.10./Director (information) – the professional code" 10 "1330; 73.11. Operating Deputy Head of Department/Deputy Director (information) – the professional code "11" 1330. "; 1.13. supplement 95. point after the words "to plan, manage and coordinate the activities of environmental protection, pharmaceutical" with the word "publishing"; 1.14. supplement to 96.26. and section follows 96.27.: 96.26. Operating unit "supervisor/Director (publishing)-the professional code" 26 "1349; operating unit head of 96.27. Deputy DIRECTOR (publishing)-the professional code "27." "1349 1.15. deleting subparagraph 116.10 and 116.11.; 1.16. supplement to 116.15. and 116.16. subparagraph by the following: "Principal departmental head 116.15./Director (services not elsewhere classified) – the professional code" 15 "1439; 116.16. Deputy Head of the operating unit/Deputy Director (services not elsewhere classified) – the professional code "16" 1439. "; 1.17. supplement 179. point after the words "the maintenance and development of" with the words "run by reforestation, care, development, infrastructure construction and maintenance, wood products and delivery processes"; 1.18. supplement 180. point after the words "to make decisions on questions of the examination and qualification of the laws directly eating cases" with the words "forestry business planning process and to make decisions about this process; manage the reforestation, care, development, infrastructure construction and maintenance, wood products and delivery processes; take a forest inventory, assess the forest resources and forest activities impact on forest resource situation, environmental and social, prepare forest management plans; to assess the risk of damage to forests and the extent of the damage, organize hunting and forest protection measures "; 1.19. the supplement attachment with 181.53. and section follows 181.54.: 181.53. Forestry engineer "– the profession's code" 2149 54 "; 181.54. Logging engineer – profession code "55" 2149. "; 1.20.213. to supplement the point after the words "as well as prepare a reasonable technological need for the implementation of the project documentation" with the words "to plan, organize the work graphic design project; According to the task to make the complex appear or digital graphic design order execution (data exploration, problem detection, analysis and creative solutions); communicating with customers; organize your graphic design project implementation process and make it autoruzraudzīb "; 1.21. the supplement attachment with 214.3. subparagraph by the following: "214.3. Graphics Designer – profession code" 03 "."; 2166 1.22. the express section 250.3. the following wording: "separate group" 250.3.2263 environmental, health, hygiene and public health of older technicians ";"; 1.23. Express 2.12.3. subdivision name as follows: "Separate groups" 2.12.3.2263 environmental, health, hygiene and public health experts ' employment earlier description and classification "; 1.24. to supplement paragraph 257 behind the words "health" with the words "as well as planning, organizing, coordinating and implementing health promotion, disease prevention and control measures"; 1.25. the express in paragraph 258 introductory paragraph as follows: "Separate group" 258.2263 environmental, health, hygiene and public health specialists "the oldest profession, the Mission of the professional activities concerned:"; 1.26. supplement 258. point after the words "which had injuries on duty during the performance of" with the words "to plan, organize and carry out the work of public health protection, maintenance, and recovery; make a public health representative monitoring indicators; to assess the State of health of the public; to obtain, collect, process and analyze public health and health care statistics; identify problems and determine priority action; to identify public health risks; implement measures health risk reduction and prevention; take infectious diseases and other diseases epidemiological surveillance; to plan, coordinate and implement health promotion, disease prevention and control measures; to educate the population in health maintenance and promotion "; 1.27. the express in paragraph 259 of the introductory paragraph as follows: "Separate groups" 259.2263 environmental, health, hygiene and public health professionals ' occupation parents: "; 1.28. the supplement 336. point after the words "or accept the members (shareholders) meeting decisions public corporation" with the words "to ensure parliamentary Commission, preparing the work of the Commission in charge of existing bills and draft decisions by providing advice and working with institutions and political officials, coordinating officials of participating institutions and cooperation within the framework of the legislative process and the organisation of Parliamentary Commission meetings; provide administrative support to the consultative and parliamentary faction, as well as all the factions to sort by members relating to the activities of the organisational, technical, consultative and other issues "; 1.29. supplement to 337.60.,.,., 337.61 337.62 337.63. and section follows 337.64. "industry Advisor – 337.60. profession code" 61 "2422; Latvian Parliamentary Commission 337.61 senior consultant-professions code "2422 62 '; Latvian Parliamentary Commission 337.62 consultant-professions code "2422 63"; 337.63. Parliamentary factions senior consultant-professions code "2422 64"; 337.64. Parliamentary factions consultant-professions code "65" "2422.; 1.30. to supplement paragraph 339 beyond words "to encourage the competitors and other companies ' experience and knowledge of the management learning understanding" with the words "to develop, implement, maintain and improve the company's integrated management system, including quality management, environmental management and other management systems; participate in business improvement projects and support them; make quality risk identification and management; analyze, evaluate, and implement in practice, quality management and improvement methods to promote the company's business development and effectiveness "; 1.3.1. Express 454.15. subparagraph by the following: "choir singer-454.15. profession code" 15 "2652;"; 1.32. supplement to 454.29. subparagraph by the following: "454.29. Orchestra musician – profession code 29 2652". ";" 1. make the following subparagraphs 457.4.: "BaletDEJOTĀJ – profession 457.4. code 2653 04"; ";" 1.34. supplement to 463.4. subparagraph by the following: "TRAVESTIJ – 463.4. Actress profession code" 04 "" 2655.; 1.35. the express 469.1. subparagraph 469.2. and by the following: "circus contortionist-469.1. profession code" 01 "2659; 469.2. Circus performances Manager-Professional Code "02" 2659; "; 1.36. the express section follows 469.7.: "469.7. Illusionist (magician), professional code" 07 "2659;"; 1.37. deleting subparagraph 469.10.; 1.38. the supplement to annex 469.15.,.,., and 469.16 469.17 469.18. subparagraph by the following: "circus gymnast 469.15. – profession code" 15 "2659; 469.16. Athlete-the circus profession code "2659 16"; balancer-profession 469.17. code "2659 17"; 469.18. Fakir – the profession's code "18" 2659. "; 1.39. supplement 485. point after the words "to investigate the fire and determine the causes of fire" with the words "to develop an action plan in case of fire; to develop fire safety instructions in accordance with fire regulations, technology and production equipment operating instructions, as well as taking into account the risks of fire, building and premises planning and fire protection solutions, technological equipment and production facilities to the risk of explosion and fire; make fire safety briefing for the object (company) for all employees, as well as the persons who take temporary jobs in the production practice or training, living in hotels, guest houses and nursing homes "; 1.40. the supplement to annex 486.39. subparagraph as follows: "486.39. Fire safety specialist – professional code" 42 "3112". 1.41. the deletion of the words "in paragraph 494 make chemical and biochemical industry, technological equipment and device installation, operation, maintenance and repair; to plan and organize the chemical and biochemical industry, technological equipment and device installation and repair jobs, ensure compliance with the requirements for the protection of chemical and biochemical industry, technological equipment and device installation, operation, service and repair in time "; 1.42. delete 495.5.,.,., 495.6 495.7 495.9 495.10 495.8.,.,.,.,., 495.11 495.12 495.13.,.,., 495.16 495.15 495.14.,.,., 495.19 495.18 495.17.,.,., 495.21 495.20 495.22.,.,., 495.26 495.24 495.23.,.,., and 495.49 495.43 495.28. section; 1.43. supplement 799. point after the words "decipher the transcripts" with the words "make a comparison with the preparation of audio transcripts of text output; synchronous to decipher a text editor audio (audio, the meetings of the Parliamentary answers to members ' questions, the Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry hearing, inside and outside the Parliament ongoing seminars, conferences and other events audio); take the transcripts and other documents the preparation and processing of computerized; by kontrolnoklausīšan (audio comparison with text output) to make transcripts of operational errors in the text editing; Enter a transcripts of preliminary draft text of the editorial and proofing corrections, starpsaucien from the medicinal product; output separate text files "; 1. to supplement the annex to section 800.9. by the following: "the decryption of 800.9. Audio operators-profession code" 09 "4131."; 1.45. supplement 946. paragraph after the words "to control the volume of completed work, quality and terms" with the words "to monitor the residential houses and other buildings civil engineering systems"; 1.46. supplement to 947.5. subparagraph by the following: "947.5. building engineering systems supervisor-profession code" 05 "."; 5153 1.47. the express point 1046 as follows: "1046. These are patrolled by staff and facilities, parking, service areas and service spaces to prevent theft, violence, guarding property and material goods from looting and attacks, supports the guarded objects of public order and fire safety rules, the object visitors, customer and employee safety, hold the offender and bodyguard function."; 1.48. delete paragraph 1047 and numbers "to make a single emergency call number" 112 "and State fire and rescue service's phone number" 01 "incoming call processing and forwarding; accepting applications for fire and rescue, send out the State fire and rescue service element to the location of the event; organize the exchange of information with other bodies involved in the events and services; provide information to citizens in cases of danger "; 1.49. the express section follows 1048.6. ". Central guard 1048.6 console attendant – profession code" 06 "5414;"; 1.50. the deletion of 1048.9.. 1.51. Express 1048.18. subparagraph as follows: "1048.18. Mobile guard – occupation of the group code" 19 ";" 5414 1.52. the deletion of 1048.20. and 1048.21.. 1.53. Express 1048.23., 1048.24. and 1048.25. subparagraph as follows: "1048.23. Guard – Collection profession code" 24 "5414; 1048.24. Collection's security manager-professional code "5414 25"; 1048.25. Collection of security service Deputy head – the profession's code "26." "; 5414 1.54. the express point 1049 by the following: "these employees located at 1049. and patrolled the airport area and buildings to prevent theft, violence, guarded the airport and there current material values from looting and attacks, ensure the airport public safety and fire safety standards, airport visitors, customer and employee safety, hold offenders, patrolled areas (for example, beaches, Woods, liegumo) and the service spaces, looking for a criminal offence committed or missing persons , organized by the company, the property and the security and protection of staff, supports the work of the protected object of the day mode, this object of visitors, customer and employee safety, manages and organizes the ship security and port security measures, carried out in a single emergency call number "112" and State fire and rescue service's phone number "01" incoming call processing and forwarding. "; 1.55. to replace the words "paragraph 1050 organize and manage security service; plan and manage a security guard and security service work; analyze any risks, responsibility for security; to process and store service work necessary information; ensure the permit regime guarded object, and this object employees visitors; familiar with the guarded object, security and fire alarms; to the central security control to accept information from guarded object for this object to handle the operational status, and test the alarm, monitor the guarded object, monitors; provide a guarded individual's physical integrity, to ensure the security and storage of weapons, do other people guarding duties "with the words" analyze any risks, responsibility for security; to process and store service work necessary information ";   1.56. the supplement 1050. point after the words "provide assistance for ship security officer" with the words and figures "to make a single emergency call number" 112 "and State fire and rescue service's phone number" 01 "incoming call processing and forwarding; accepting applications for fire and rescue, send the State fire and rescue service element to the location of the event; organize the exchange of information with other bodies involved in the events and services; provide information to citizens in cases of danger "; 1.57. the supplement attachment with 1051.25. and 1051.26. subparagraph as follows: "1051.25. Dispatcher (Home Affairs) – the professional code" 5419 25 "; 1051.26. Centralized security guard point guard (Home Affairs) – the professional code "5419 26". "; 1. Add to 1156. point after the words "constitute the external plaster" by the words "take all sorts of internal finishing work"; 1.59. supplement 1157. point after the words "make apmetēj work" with the words "take all sorts of internal walls, ceiling, floor finishing works; painting the Windows and doors "; 1.60. supplement 1169. point after the words "service and repair" by the word "heating"; 1.61. supplement to 1170.5. and 1170.6. subparagraph by the following: ' air 1170.5. the mechanism of conditioning mechanic occupation code – "7127 06"; 1170.6. Heating, ventilation and refrigeration equipment mechanic-profession code "07" 7127. "; 1.62.1219. deleted paragraph the words "railway tracks"; 1.63. the express point 1220 as follows: "Separate group" 1220.7231 motor vehicle mechanics and remontatslēdzniek "the profession relevant to the Mission of the professional activities:-assemble, repair and adjust the motor assemblies; repair and adjust engines, including diesel and internal combustion engines; take the car and other vehicle maintenance, technical inspection and repair of the situation; detecting and preventing cars and other vehicle damage, independently perform detail, knot, dismantling, Assembly units; take the vehicle, vehicles, implements body styles, booths, van, wagon, as well as their component replacement, repair, restoration and surface preparation for painting; being able to diagnose the need for replacement and to order required parts. '; 1. delete the 1221.6, 1221.7, 1221.5..., 1221.9., 1221.11., 1221.13. and 1221.14.. 1.65. the supplement attachment with 1221.16.1221.17.1221.18., and subparagraph as follows: "1221.16. Automotive mechanic-profession code" 16 "7231; 1221.17. the combustion engine mechanic-profession code "7231 17"; 1221.18. Diesel mechanic – the profession's code "18" 7231. "; to complement the 1.66 1223. point after the words "repairing aircraft engines" with the words "reaction engines and gas turbine engines"; 1.67. Express point 1224 as follows: "Separate groups" 1224.7232 Aircraft Mechanic and remontatslēdzniek "profession: 1224.1. aircraft mechanic-profession code" 01 "7232; 1224.2. Aircraft maintenance engineer-profession code "7232 02"; 1224.3. The aeronautical engineer – profession code "7232 03"; 1224.4. Jet engine mechanic-profession code "7232 04"; 1224.5. gas turbine engine mechanic-profession code "05" 7232. "; 1.37. supplement 1226. point after the words "to serve and repair heat and other equipment" with the words "to organize and carry out industrial (chemical and biochemical industry, pharmaceutical, tekstilražošan, printing, woodworking, metalworking) technological equipment, equipment Assembly and device installation and dismantling, operating, servicing and repair; to ensure compliance with the requirements for the protection of equipment, equipment Assembly and device installation, operation, maintenance and repair; take the company's railway tracks maintenance necessary repairs according to the regulations of the railway technical operation; assemble, repair and regulate motor assemblies; repair and regulate the engines and motors "; 1.69. Express 1227.10. subparagraph as follows: "1227.10. Tekstilražošan equipment mechanic-profession code" 10 "7233;" 1.70. delete 1227.19.. 1.71. supplement to 1227.20 1227.21., 1227.22., 1227.23., 1227.24., 1227.25., 1227.26., 1227.27., 1227.28., 1227.29., 1227.30., 1227.31., 1227.32., 1227.33., 1227.34., 1227.35., 1227.36., 1227.37., 1227.38., 1227.39., 1227.40. and 1227.41., subparagraph by the following: "mechanic-1227.20. Mechanisms of profession the code" 20 7233 "; 1227.21.-machinery mechanic profession code "7233 21"; 1227.22.-industrial equipment mechanic occupation code "7233 22"; 1227.23. The Instrument mechanic occupation code – "7233 23"; 1227.24. Lubrication mechanism engineer – profession code "7233 24"; 1227.25. engine machinery mechanic (agricultural and industrial) – the professional code "7233 25"; 1227.26. Chemical and biotechnological equipment mechanic-profession code "7233 26"; 1227.27. Pharmacy equipment mechanic-profession code "7233 27"; 1227.28. Atomic Energy production equipment mechanic-profession code "7233 28"; 1227.29. Port machinery mechanic mechanism – code of profession "7233 29"; 1227.30. Workshop equipment mechanic-profession code "7233 30"; 1227.31. The underground work machinery and equipment mechanic-profession code "7233 31"; 1227.32. Transportation locomotive propulsion engineer – profession code "7233 32"; 1227.33. Rolling locksmith-profession code "33-7233; 1227.34. The track machine and mechanism of the regulator – the profession's code "7233 34"; 1227.35. Refrižeratorsekcij-the profession of engineer code "7233 35"; 1227.36. rail REMONTATSLĒDZNIEK – profession code "7233 36"; 1227.37.-Marine machinery mechanic profession code "7233 37"; 1227.38. – shipbuilding engineer profession code "7233 38"; 1227.39. Engine mechanic-profession code "7233 39"; 1227.40. the locksmith profession-code "7233 40"; 1227.41. the fitting of the profession code REMONTATSLĒDZNIEK-7233 41 "."; " 1.72. replace the words "in 1533 to guard belongings and property" with the words "dežurē at the entrances to buildings (at the gate), the buildings and their territory; to provide customers with the necessary information "; 1.73. supplement 1595. point after the words "building construction" by the words "and building maintenance"; 74. to complement the 1596. point after the words "to make simple demolition work" with the words "make a simple building, residential houses, farm buildings, industrial buildings and other repairs of buildings"; 1.75.1668 and 1669 expressing. the following paragraphs: "These workers on the 1668. dežur at building entrances and wardrobe, in the dežur State and local institutions, including educational institutions, adopt, dried and good in dirty work clothes, get entrance tickets for entertainment events in German gifts of the forest and meadows. These workers do not perform security work (not guarded buildings, areas, vehicles and other material values) and video surveillance, as well as responsible for the security of buildings and customers in their territories. 1669. The separate group "not elsewhere classified in 9629 simple profession workers" the profession of the respective professional tasks: – dežurē, at the entrances to hotels to help guests to carry luggage, get a key and necessary information; place the vehicle in the parking lot of customers; calculate parking fees and charge a fee from customers; monitor the building (without security control), hotels, exhibition and Exposition halls of museums; monitor attraction facilities; the dežurē State and local institutions, including educational institutions, other buildings and parking areas; dežurē at the entrances of buildings (at the gate); provide the required information; dežurē the wardrobe and wardrobe will be charged a fee, control the tickets at the entrance to the building, get entrance tickets for entertainment events; accept, and not edit bloat clean work clothes; collecting forest berries and wild mushrooms, as well as other forest gifts trade; gather plants and flowers of the Meadow, as well as the marketing of medicinal plants; services and to provide detailed information on the time entered visitors. "; 1.76. Express 1670.7. subparagraph as follows: "1670.7. Buildings and territories Deputy – the profession code" 07 "9629;" 1.77. the supplement attachment with 1670.10., 1670.11. and 1670.12. subparagraph as follows: "1670.10. Area attendant-profession code" 10 "9629; 1670.11. Parking Attendant-profession code "9629 11"; 1670.12. Amusement equipment supervisor – professional code "12" 9629. " 2. in annex 2 "standards": the profession 2.1. expressing the "standard of the profession, by levels of professional qualification summary" 1.53. section as follows: "1.53. Process quality management engineer profession standard (quality engineer, process engineer, quality management quality management system specialist, risk management specialist)"; 2.2. to complement the ' standard of the profession, by levels of professional qualification summary "with 1.97, 1.98, 1.99..., and 1,100. subparagraph by the following:" the profession of forestry engineers of 1.97. standard (forestry engineer, forestry engineer, forestry engineer) 1.98. Graphics Designer profession standard 1.99. public health specialist profession standard 1100. quality standards for the profession of driver (internal audit unit Manager/Director, internal audit department Deputy head/Director of quality and risk management business unit Manager/Director , quality and risk management Department Deputy Chief/Deputy Director, quality management system consultant, quality Manager) "; 2.3. to delete the section "profession standard, by levels of professional qualification summary" 3.9. 2.4. to express the "standards of the profession by the levels of professional qualification summary" 3.44. section as follows: "chemical and biotechnological 3.44. equipment mechanic occupation standard"; 2.5. to complement the ' standard of the profession, by levels of professional qualification summary "with 3.84 3.85 and 3.86., subparagraph following the.:" mechanic to 3.84. vessels with main engine capacity of less than 750 kW, the profession's standard ship Manager to 3.85. vessels up to 500 coastal shipping profession BT standard (master on ships of less than 500 GT, Captain on ships less than 200 gt watch mate on ships less than 500 GT, ships in coastal shipping Manager for vessels up to 500 BT coastal shipping) 3.86. the electrician occupation standard "; 2.6. deleting the section "profession standard, by levels of professional qualification summary" section 4.2; 2.7. to complement the ' standard of the profession, by levels of professional qualification summary "with 4.46 and 3.9. subparagraph by the following:" the crew of the ship of 4.46 profession standard (ship's coxswain, sailor) 3.9. Board of professional standard "motorists; 2.8. to express "I." the fifth profession level of professional qualifications standards "in this subsection 1.53:" 1.53. Process quality management engineer profession standard 1.53.1. General questions 1.-under the title code. 2. Professional codes: quality engineer – profession code "2149 15"; Process quality management engineer-profession code "2423 11"; Quality management system specialist-profession code "2423 13"; Risk management specialist-profession code "2423 15" (the total quality management process engineer). Description 1 1.53.2. Employment. the fifth level – the level of professional qualification. 2. Professional mission summary:-process quality management engineer organizes technical, technological and organizational process management methods, measurement, assessment, conformity assessment and development methodologies, quality risk identification and management; analyse, evaluate, create, distribute, and implement in practice, quality management and development methods, in order to facilitate the company's ongoing performance and quality; cater to business processes and products meet customer requirements, needs, desires, without injury to the public and the environment; familiar with company management, customers, owners and the public interest; managed and implemented quality management system implementation and development; perform their work, subject to the binding, specific to the sector, the processes and products of the applicable regulations and standards; encourage the competitors and other companies ' experience and knowledge of the acquisition management awareness. Process quality management engineer can work both for quality engineers, process manager, risk management and quality management system specialist sectors of any company regardless of its size and the nature of the activity, as well as a self-employed person or sole proprietor. 1.53.3. Professional activity have the required professional competence 1. Ability to set, measure, manage and optimize your business processes and their interactions. 2. The ability to define business objectives and process, product, System quality improvement measures. 3. Ability to set the company's system, process and product quality influencing factors and risks. 4. The ability to define the quality risks appropriate preventive measures. 5. the ability to understand the systems, processes and products to regulatory requirements and the laws and to ensure the implementation of its mandate. 6. the ability to understand the systems, processes, and standards applicable to the product and to ensure the execution of its mandate. 7. the ability to understand the company's operating principles operating budget and plan the necessary resources, processes and systems of quality assurance and product development. 8. Ability to set personnel required competence, responsibility and allocation of powers system, process and product quality assurance and development. 9. The ability to create, implement, and optimize the company's quality management system. 10. The ability to understand the integrated management system. 11. the ability to understand the company's business activity indicators. 12. The ability to promote and manage the business processes of change. 13. The ability to manage working groups and to reach an agreement. 14. Ability to understand and direct exchange of information flow in the company. 15. The ability to communicate in the national language and at least two foreign languages. 16. The ability to conduct research with scientific value process management and development area, interpret, and analyze the results. 17. The ability to comply with labour relations. 18. The ability to comply with labour protection, fire protection and environmental protection legislation and ensure enforcement. 19. ability to meet professional and general ethical principles. 1.53.4. Professional mission statement requires skills 1. Understand the company's systems, processes and products related to those regulations and standards. 2. To apply quality regulations and standards, as well as on systems, processes and products related to other regulations and standards. 3. Determining system, process and product quality control. 4. Apply the knowledge system, process and product quality control. 5. Introduce modern methods business system, process and product quality control. 6. Develop a proposal to the company's system, process and product quality improvement. 7. Apply the system, process and product development methods. 8. Apply the system, process and product conformity assessment methods. 9. Analyze the quality costs. 10. Understanding of the company's system, process and product quality sectoral risks. 11. Understanding of the company's business and process patterns, to participate in the company's short-term and long-term action plans. 12. To implement the research and development process management and collect their results, to make statistical processing of data, preparing reports and publications, to prepare and make presentations. 13. Apply newer forms of work organisation and information technology. 14. To cooperate with the company's employees, partners, owners, media, public institutions, associations and foundations. 15. Act according to requirements of the laws and ethics of professional and general principles. 16. To plan and organize own work, make decisions according to the changes of the situation and deal with pressure situations, require a valid comment. 17. Independently acquire new knowledge. 18. asks the working team and the group. 19. Use the information system of the enterprise quality management processes. 20. To manage the national language. 21. Manage at least two foreign languages at the level of communication. 22. Use professional terminology in the national language and at least two foreign languages. 23. Respecting labour relations. 24. To comply with labour protection, fire protection and environmental protection legislation and ensure enforcement. 1.53.5. Professional doing basic tasks required knowledge 1. Professional doing basic tasks required knowledge level: 1.1 the idea the economy; 1.2. commercial activity; 1.3 percent; 1.4. legal basis of the business; 1.5. controlling; 1.6. sociology and psychology; 1.7. document management. 2. the basic tasks of the professional activities of the required knowledge level of awareness: 2.1. comprehensive quality management; 2.2. the integrated management systems, implementation, development; 2.3. quality cost analysis; 2.4. strategic planning and evaluation; 2.5. the logistics, supply and distribution processes; 2.6. staff management, motivation and business psychology; 2.7. communication psychology and business communication; 2.8. the statistics and statistical data processing methods; 2.9. professional terms in the language of the country and two foreign languages. 3. Professional doing basic tasks required knowledge level of use: 3.1. process management; 3.2. the quality management system, implementation of development; 3.3. quality assurance and development methodology; 3.4. system, process and product quality assessment methods for their application; 3.5. the conformity assessment; 3.6. quality measurement; 3.7. project management; 3.8. team work, problem and conflict resolution techniques; 3.9. the professional and the General principles of ethics, corporate social responsibility; 3.10. information technology; 3.11. the two foreign languages at the level of communication; 3.12. the national language; 3.13. the management of the knowledge; 3.14. the legal relations; 3.15. the protection of the environment; 3.16. the labour protection. " 2.9. adding to the section "i. fifth level of professional qualification standards behind the profession" subdivision "of the standard of the profession 1.96. Archivists" with subsections "forestry engineer profession 1.97. standard," "1.98. Graphics Designer profession standard", "1.99. public health specialist profession standard" and "1100 driver. the quality standards of the profession" as follows: "the profession of forestry engineers of 1.97. standard 1.97.1. General questions 1.-under the title code. 2. Profession: forestry engineer code – the code of the profession "2149 24"; Forestry engineer – profession code "2149 54"; Forest engineer, code professional "2149 55" (hereinafter – the forestry engineer). 1.97.2. Description 1. Employment vocational qualifications level fifth level of professional qualification. 2. Professional mission summary:-forestry engineer of forestry business planning process and decisions about this process; run by reforestation, care, development, infrastructure construction and maintenance, wood products and delivery processes; take the forest inventory, assess the forest resources and forest activities impact on forest resource situation, environmental and social, prepare forest management plans; assess the risk of damage to forests and the extent of the damage, organise hunting and forest protection measures. Forestry engineer working in forestry enterprises, State and local government institutions in the forest sector and other institutions, may be a self-employed person or sole proprietor. 1.97.3. Professional activity have the required professional competence 1. Ability to manage forest restoration, care and cultivation processes. 2. The ability to manage the forest protection and forest fire prevention measures. 3. ability to assess forest resources and products. 4. The ability to manage the output process of felling. 5. The ability to manage the process of wood supply. 6. Ability to organize basic material production process. 7. Ability to organize the forest infrastructure construction and maintenance process. 8. Ability to lead forest product procurement and sales process. 9. ability to prepare forest management plans. 10. ability to assess a company's financial condition and investment. 11. ability to assess forestry machinery used in the work, activities and uses. 12. The ability to solve problems, collaborate, communicate and present. 13. ability to perform job responsibilities under the health, fire safety and environmental protection legislation, labour relations, vocational and general ethical principles. 14. The ability to communicate in the national language and at least two foreign languages. the Mission of 1.97.4. Professional activities requires skills to plan 1. reforestation, soil, sowing or planting. 2. the plan of care, natural and coppice artificial copse of origin. 3. To organize and control the processing of soil, forest restoration and care. coppice 4. Determine the stands need fertilizer, fertilizer materials and select technology, organize, forest fertilization. 5. Determine the risk of damage to the forest. 6. Choose the forest protection and fire prevention methods and tools. 7. To assess the extent of damage to the forest. 8. Organize hunting and forest protection measures. 9. Determine the stands of inventory and prepare a description of the tax. 10. collect and analyze forest inventory data using the latest technology. 11. assess the quality of tree trunks and suit it to determine the outcome of wood products. 12. Determine the value of the forest. 13. Select the intended development stands using the tax description and geographic information systems. 14. To determine the most appropriate forestry objectives fired and take the form of felling planning nature. 15. To assess the conditions for the development, decline to determine the best time and development to prepare a development plan. 16. Organize felling development jobs and perform felling development technological planning. 17. To evaluate and control the felling in quality. 18. prepare wood products supply plan. 19. To organize and control the timber tracking process. 20. To organize and control the supply of wood products. 21. Choose the final material for the production of seeds and plants. 22. develop and organize the production of seeds and seedlings of technological and supply process. 23. To organize and control the work of the gardeners. 24. Evaluate existing logging road and ditch the technical state, plan and organize their maintenance work. 25. prepare forest ditches of road and design tasks. 26. Understanding forest ditches of road and technical documentation. 27. To evaluate and control the forest infrastructure construction and maintenance quality. 28. To assess forest products and services, offer, demand and customer needs. 29. the development of forest products deals. 30. To organize the forest products and forest services sales and purchasing and customer service. 31. Determine the forest management objectives. 32. To assess the forest resources. 33. the plan of forest management measures on their size. 34. to evaluate forest management impact on the forest resource, environmental and social. 35. calculate and understand the financial position of the company raksturojošo. 36. To calculate and evaluate the activities of the company the required investment. 37. the development of a business plan and budget of the company. 38. Select the work appropriate forestry techniques and equipment. 39. forestry work to identify necessary resources and technology, to calculate the cost. 40. To organize the maintenance of forest engineering and maintenance jobs. 41. Explain and valid to discuss professional and societal developments in forest management. 42. To analyze with forest-related information, to outline and present. 43. To conduct research in the field of forest management. 44. To work within the professional and the general ethical principles. 45. To work independently and take responsibility for their own work. 46. To provide first aid. 47. Manage the national language. 48. Manage at least two foreign languages at the level of communication. 49. Use professional terminology in the national language and at least two foreign languages. 50. To comply with labour relations, labour protection, fire protection, environmental protection and forestry of the legislative requirements and ensure their implementation. 1.97.5. Professional doing basic tasks required knowledge 1. Professional doing basic tasks required knowledge idea level: 1.1. Physiology; 1.2. sociology; 1.3. philosophy. 2. the basic tasks of the professional activities of the required knowledge level of awareness: 2.1 physics; 2.2. the accounting; 2.3. innovation in the forest sector; 2.4. wood processing; 2.5. training of wood; 2.6. applied psychology; 2.7. mathematics; 2.8. operations research; 2.9. professional terms in the national language and at least two foreign languages; 2.10. commercial law. 3. Professional doing basic tasks required knowledge level of use: 3.1 biomass energy; 3.2. human resources management; 3.3. the work and civil protection; 3.4. dendroloģij; 3.5. the ecology and environmental protection; 3.6. the economic theory; 3.7. finance and credit; 3.8. geographic information systems; 3.9. koktirdzniecīb; 3.10. quality management; 3.11. hunting; 3.12. betterment and timber transport; 3.13. forest protection; 3.14. forest soils; 3.15. the forest restoration; 3.16. forest Botany and fitocenoloģij; 3.17. the forest work, technique and technology; 3.18. the forest infrastructure construction; 3.19. forest tree nursery; 3.20. the logistics and communications forest technique; 3.21. the forest mašīnmācīb; 3.22. the forest regulations; 3.23. the forest prečzinīb; 3.24. forest resources economy; 3.25. the use of forest resources; 3.26. forest breeding; 3.27. forest taxation; 3.28. the forest typology; 3.29. mežierīcīb; 3.30. forestry; 3.31. the mechanization of forestry work; 3.32. the forestry economy; 3.33. surveying; 3.34. motorinstrument logging; 3.35. study methodology; 3.36. vocational and general ethical principles; 3.37. Informatics; 3.38. the national language; 3.39. the two foreign languages at the level of communication; 3.40. the legal relations; 3.41. first aid; 3.42. risk management; 3.43. technical graphics; 3.44. commercial forest management. 1.98. Graphics Designer profession standard 1.98.1. General questions 1. Title – graphic designer. 2. Professional Code-2166 03.1.98.2. Description 1. Employment vocational qualifications level fifth level of professional qualification. 2. Professional mission summary: – graphics designer will plan and organise your own or other specialist work graphic design projects, using modern technology and software; According to perform complex tasks appear, or digital graphic design order execution (data exploration, problem detection, analysis and creative solutions); prepare the graphic design project for the necessary documentation; communicates with customers; arrange graphic design project process and make it autoruzraudzīb. Graphic designer working on printing, advertising, communications and other businesses that provide design services, you can be self-employed or sole proprietor. 1.98.3. Professional activity have the required professional competence 1. Ability to choose graphic design conception for the implementation of the most appropriate technical and artistic techniques. 2. the ability to understand, reasonable choose and apply graphic design stilistisko, kompozicionālo and koloristisko solutions and the appropriate typefaces (fonts, fittings). 3. The ability to reasonably choose graphic design product conceptual model to base the technical and technological realization of the concept. 4. ability to articulate graphic design product materials, structural and operational characteristics, its functions and conditions. 5. ability to plan graphic design project, the autoruzraudzīb, monitor the graphic design work of manufacture of the product quality and compliance with the graphic design project concept, aesthetic and technical quality, environmental protection and operational safety standards requirements. 6. Ability to systematize and to archive the work of accumulated information. 7. ability to plan graphic design project required time, material, technical and software support, the amount of work and cost. 8. Ability to work individually or working group or to drive other specialist work graphic design project. 9. The ability to make changes and find the most appropriate solutions to the problems arising from graphic design project. 10. ability to comply with labour protection, electrical safety, fire safety and hygiene and environmental protection legislation. 11. The ability to comply with labour relations. 12. the ability to articulate the mission and work challenges, independently and creatively develop graphic design offer to match it with the client, employer, the responsible services, technical performers and producers. 13. ability to articulate with a graphic design project development and implementation of related specific requirements, configure the Working tasks and project resources. 14. ability to navigate traditional and digital visualization technology and offers the whole range of materials. 15. The ability to provide a graphic design project's compliance with applicable laws, including copyright and intellectual property protection, regulatory laws. 16. the ability to understand the value of the heritage and preservation of the environment. 17. The ability to set the graphic design products of the impact on the environment, evaluate the environmental factors in product development, production, use and recycling process. 18. The ability to assess the socially responsible graphic design project communicative potential and impact on society. 19. The ability to predict the specific design of the period of aesthetic values of the industry dynamics, determine the graphic design products of the contextual, cultural, social and economic priorities, follow the graphic design design concept design. 20. the ability to understand high quality graphic design criteria for cultural, political, economic, technical, aesthetic, ethnic and social context. 21. Ability to choose a strategy presentation to present graphic design project concept to interested parties. 22. The ability to advise graphic design project partners involved in digital technology, software, materials selection and production opportunities. 23. The ability to collaborate with other professional experts from industries in Latvia and, if necessary, abroad (such as marketing, public relations, communications, printing and information and communication technology specialists, technologists, publishers, photographers, artists), in accordance with professional and general ethical principles, to match the graphics. 24. The ability to align the graphic design project documentation, design project components and coordinate the graphic design process of the project with the partners involved in the project, including the foreign and the responsible authorities. 25. The ability to produce a graphic design project materials and documentation, reports, consultation, production, for later use or for archiving and storage. 26. The ability to communicate in the national language and at least two foreign languages. 1.98.4. Professional mission statement requires skills 1. Use traditional and modern technology-based visualization techniques. 2. Select and apply graphic design's conception of appropriate kompozicionālo and koloristisko solutions and technical implementation techniques and typefaces (fonts, fittings). 3. Select and apply graphic design conception and graphic design project needs with the appropriate software. 4. To analyse, evaluate and use the graphic design industry and applied scientific research. 5. Use the information search, selection and collection. 6. Understand and use scientific research methodology. 7. Run a graphic design projects, understand the interconnected work process execution order and the rational organization. 8. Plan graphic design production process. 9. Adhere to the graphic design industry related legislation. 10. Use the design industry technical and aesthetic standards. 11. Administer contracts, make graphic design project autoruzraudzīb. 12. Independent and analytical thinking, making decisions according to the competence and responsibility, to solve conflicts. 13. To comply with labour protection, electrical safety, fire safety and hygiene legislation requirements. 14. Take a job individually. 15. Plan and manage team work, work in the working group. 16. Apply in practice knowledge management and psychology. 17. To comply with environmental legislation. 18. To respect professional and general ethical principles. 19. Understand graphic design and related sectoral formulation and solving problems. 20. Systematically improve professional qualifications. 21. to understand the role of graphic design in Latvia and in the context of the world economy. 22. See the heritage value and understand graphic design project the importance of environmental conservation. 23. Use the graphics design industry terminology, the language of the country and two foreign languages. 24. To manage the national language. 25. Manage at least two foreign languages at the level of communication. 26. prepare a written, oral or electronic graphic design project presentation. 27. To connect, participate in or lead a discussion about the graphic design of the project. 1.98.5. Professional doing basic tasks required knowledge 1. Professional doing basic tasks required knowledge idea level: 1.1. sociology; 1.2. the philosophy; 1.3. psychology. 2. the basic tasks of the professional activities of the required knowledge level of awareness: 2.1. design management; 2.2. business activities; 2.3. create a video; 2.4. the structure of the computer and peripheral equipment; 2.5. art history; 2.6. creative action mechanism; 2.7. advertising and public relations campaigns; 2.8. the three-dimensional shape of the building; 2.9. professional terms in the national language and at least two foreign languages; 2.10 iespiedtehnoloģij and print processing technology. 3. Professional doing basic tasks required knowledge level of use: 3.1 the design process; 3.2. design language; 3.3. composition of 2-d and 3-d; 3.4. tipografik use of letter/theory; 3.5. color theory, koloristik; 3.6. graphical programs; 3.7 design history and design events today; 3.8. the psychology of visual perception; 3.9. the drawing; 3.10. painting; 3.11. geometric and color perspective; 3.12. the psychology of advertising; 3.13. the consumer psychology; 3.14. research methods; 3.15. the print and digital publication design; 3.16. the graphic design of the usable material; 3.17. digital technology; 3.18. the environmental design of electronic communications; 3.19. zīmolvedīb; 3.20. the capture; 3.21. the layout; 3.22. the design appear; 3.23. packaging design; 3.24. digital and interactive design; 3.25. the development of creativity techniques; 3.26. graphic design project management; 3.27. professional and general ethical principles; 3.28. communication psychology; 3.29. intellectual property rights; 3.30. the national language; 3.31. the two foreign languages at the level of communication; 3.32. the public speech; 3.33. presentation skills; 3.34. regulations graphic design industry; 3.35. the Office's use of the software; 3.36. the protection of the environment; 3.37. labour protection; 3.38. the working relationship. 1.99. public health specialist profession standard 1.99.1. General questions 1. Title – public health specialist. 2. Professional Code-2263 07.1.99.2. Description 1. Employment vocational qualifications level fifth level of professional qualification. 2. Professional mission summary:-public health specialist in planning, organizing and carrying out the work of public health protection, maintenance, and recovery; public health indicators characterize monitoring; assess the State of health of the public; acquire, collect, process and analyze public health and health care statistics; identify problems and determine priority action; identify public health risks; implement measures health risk reduction and prevention; take infectious diseases and other diseases epidemiological surveillance; plan, coordinate and implement health promotion, disease prevention and control measures; educate the population in health maintenance and promotion. Public health professionals work in companies that perform public health work as well as can be a self-employed person or sole proprietor. 1.99.3. Professional activity have the required professional competence 1. Ability to understand and analyze the health of human functional physical, spiritual and social aspects. 2. the ability to understand the concept of health and disease of multifactorial causality dimensions and individuals, and the public level. 3. The ability to orient the public health of the theoretical framework and methodology in action, as well as the use of public health-the basic and specialized knowledge in practice. 4. Ability to make public health a representative development and monitoring of indicators – to obtain, collect, process and analyze health information to characterize, in order to assess the public health situation and it changes the dynamics. 5. ability to identify public health situation and influencing factors of public health hazards, to identify priorities for action, using a multisectoral solutions. 6. The ability to take an infection and infectious disease monitoring, control and prevention. 7. The ability to produce internal legislative acts and other documents on matters of public health to develop proposals for the necessary amendments to existing legislation. 8. ability to manage and apply the public health regulatory normative acts and policy planning documents, monitor their execution. 9. ability to plan and implement public health measures to reduce and eliminate it, as well as the health status of the population and the promotion of individual, group and population level. 10. ability to implement public health promotion policy, programs, and projects that educate society on health and healthy lifestyle. 11. The ability to provide control and monitoring of the epidemiological safety, environmental health, occupational health, food chain. 12. the capacity to assess the implementation of the public health programme, projects, events and activities. 13. The ability to produce information materials for different target groups and to prepare reports on public health issues. 14. ability to plan and supervise health services accessibility and usability, as well as to inform the public about health care services. 15. The ability to administer and organize the company's public health work, perform quality control process monitoring. 16. The ability to argue about public health topics with colleagues, other professionals, as well as various community groups, subject to the rules of professional conduct. 17. ability to address public health case studies, working both independently and in a team. 18. The ability to justify and make reasoned decisions in public health specialist professional competence. 19. ability to propose, plan, methodical drive, to coordinate and realize the scientific value of the studies in the public health sector. 20. The ability to process and analyze research findings, draw evidence-based conclusions and to make proposals, to present the results. 21. The ability to take responsibility for their professional performance. 22. The ability to learn new skills and keep up with the public health sector. 23. ability to raise their qualifications. 24. The ability to comply with labour protection, fire protection and environmental protection legislation. 25. The ability to comply with labour relations. 26. The ability to communicate in the national language and at least two foreign languages, one of which is a European Union Member State. 1.99.4. Professional mission statement requires skills 1. Apply public health theory orientations practice through public health specialist of the Mission of the professional activity. 2. Be familiar with and comply with the public health sector regulatory framework for national and international legislation and strategic documents. 3. To plan and organise public health monitoring, acquiring, collecting, processing, analyzing and interpreting the public health raksturojošo data on the health status of the population, the frequency of disease, risk factors. 4. Create, maintain, update and add to the database, registers and public information systems in public health, as well as to work with large databases. 5. Identify public health challenges and needs, to set priorities and develop appropriate solutions. 6. Identify factors influencing health, take their measurements and to identify the factors that the relationship with the risk of the disease. 7. To plan, develop and implement disease prevention and health promotion programs and activities. 8. take the epidemiological surveillance of communicable diseases, epidemiological investigations and pretepidēmij measures to apply rapid algorithm of emergency epidemiological situation. 9. To ensure the environmental factors affecting health, control and surveillance; to provide hygiene assessment findings. 10. Evaluate the work environment harmful health effects and make suggestions to improve the situation. 11. participate in the control of food safety and food surveillance. 12. To give proposals to the public health policy planning documents and legislation development. 13. To assess the requirements of the laws and their enforcement of health effects. 14. To plan, implement and coordinate health promotion events and activities. 15. To know and to choose the most appropriate requires health promotion strategies and tactics for various health problems in different target groups of the population. 16. To inform and educate the general public and community groups for health-risk factors, prevention and prevention measures, as well as a healthy lifestyle. 17. the development of information materials on public health issues for different population groups. 18. to evaluate public health programs and their effectiveness of the measures implemented. 19. To inform the public about available health care services and the receipt of the order, as well as advising citizens on their rights to receive health care services. 20. To plan and monitor the distribution of healthcare services, and interoperability. 21. Administer and organize public health work, perform quality monitoring. 22. calls for the use of the public health sector and the relevant information technology equipment, including specific software programs. 23. take public health research with scientific and practical value. 24. in interact with health and other professionals and institutions to advise other sectors pursuant to the vocational and general ethical principles. 25. To carry out other training for specialists in public health issues, to participate in the training programme development and implementation. 26. prepare presentations and speak with messages in conferences, seminars, meetings and media. 27. Argue your views and take responsibility for their professional activities. 28. To develop professional knowledge and skills. 29. To think critically, solve problems independently and require a work team. 30. To identify gaps and to find solutions to improve business processes and efficiency. 31. To manage the national language. 32. at the level of communications to manage at least two foreign languages, one of which is a European Union Member State. 33. Use professional terminology in the national language and at least two foreign languages. 34. To provide first aid. 35. To comply with labour protection, fire protection and environmental protection legislation. 36. To comply with labour relations. 1.99.5. Professional doing basic tasks required knowledge 1. Professional doing basic tasks required knowledge idea level: 1.1. philosophy; 1.2. the economy; 1.3. commercial activity; 1.4. the psychology; 1.5. sociology. 2. the basic tasks of the professional activities of the required knowledge level of awareness: human anatomy 2.1, morphology and Physiology; 2.2. physics; 2.3. Biology; 2.4. the Medical Biochemistry; 2.5. microbiology; 2.6. the professional terms in the national language and at least two foreign languages; 2.7. pathology; 2.8. surgical disease; 2.9. oral diseases; 2.10. women's health; 2.11. social Pediatrics; 2.12. medical psychology. 3. Professional doing basic tasks required knowledge level of use: 3.1 public health; 3.2. disease prevention, health promotion and education; 3.3. Epidemiology; 3.4. health statistics and specific computer programs; 3.5. the health care organization; 3.6. infectious diseases and their epidemiological surveillance; 3.7. food security, food safety and quality assurance; 3.8. a healthy diet; 3.9. the environmental health; 3.10. the occupational health and safety at work (labour protection); 3.11. social medicine; 3.12. mental health; 3.13. pedagogy; 3.14. the laws and regulations in the field of environment and health; 3.15. quality management; 3.16. information technology; 3.17. the presentation design and delivery; 3.18. research methodology in the field of public health; 3.19. the vocational and general ethical principles; 3.20. the national language; 3.21. the two foreign languages at the level of communication; 3. first aid; 3.23. the protection of the environment; 3.24. working relationship. 1100. the quality standard of the profession of driver 1.100.1. General questions 1.-under the title code. 2. Professional codes: internal audit unit Manager/Director-professional code "1211 26"; Internal audit Deputy Head of Department/Deputy Director-professional code "1211 27"; Quality and risk management unit supervisor/Director – professional code "1211 42"; Quality and risk management Department Deputy Chief/Deputy Director-professional code "1211 43"; Quality management system consultant-professions code "2423 12"; Quality manager-professional code "2423 14" (the total quality Manager). 1.100.2. Description 1. Employment vocational qualifications level fifth level of professional qualifications with vocational higher education master's degree in quality management. 2. Professional mission summary: – quality manager developed, implemented, maintained and improved the company's integrated management system, including quality management, environmental management and other management systems; participate and support business teaching improvement projects; make quality risk identification and management; analyze, assess, apply and implement in practice, quality management and improvement methods to promote the company's business development and effectiveness; encouraged to be explored and business performance satisfaction of customer requirements, needs and interests of the parties involved, according to the company's strategic direction; take care that the plant will not cause harm to the public and the environment; perform their work, subject to the binding industry specific to the systems, processes and products related regulations and standards; encourage the other companies the application of the good practices, experience and knowledge of the acquisition management awareness. The quality manager can work both on quality and risk management Department, the head of internal audit unit managers and quality management system consultants any economic sector of the company regardless of its size and the nature of the activity, as well as a self-employed person or sole proprietor. 1.100.3. Professional activity have the required professional competence 1. ability to develop, implement, maintain and improve the company's integrated management system, including quality management, environmental management and other management systems. 2. The ability to set the company's strategic direction and goals. 3. Ability to set the company's integrated management system, influencing factors and risks. 4. Ability to set the integrated risk management system for appropriate preventive measures. 5. the ability to understand the integrated management system principles and evaluate the efficiency of the system. 6. the ability to understand the integrated management system, including quality management, environmental management and other management systems, regulatory law and standards and to ensure enforcement of the mandate. 7. Ability to understand system, process and product conformity assessment criteria and methods. 8. the ability to understand the company's operating principles of budgeting and planning of integrated resources management system and improving. 9. the ability to understand the performance of project management methodology, techniques and tools. 10. Ability to set the required staff competencies, responsibilities and Division of powers, the integrated management system and improving. 11. The ability to manage quality and risk management and the internal audit department. 12. the ability to understand the company's business activity indicators. 13. The ability to promote and manage the business processes of change. 14. The ability to manage working groups and to cooperate with the parties concerned. 15. ability to plan and organize their work and make yourself work tasks. 16. Ability to understand and promote the circulation of information and internal communications within the company. 17. The ability to communicate in the national language and at least two foreign languages. 18. The ability to conduct studies with the scientific value of the integrated management system, interpret, and analyze the results. 19. ability to comply with labour relations. 20. The ability to comply with labour protection, fire protection and environmental protection legislation and ensure enforcement. 21. ability to meet professional and general ethical principles. 1.100.4. Professional mission statement requires skills 1. Determining the integrated management system. 2. Analyze the company's integrated management system, including quality management, environmental management and other management systems, and to apply the relevant standards, regulations and requirements. 3. Apply the knowledge integrated management system development, implementation, maintenance and development. 4. To introduce and use the appropriate methods for the integrated company management system. 5. develop a proposal to the company's integrated management system development. 6. Apply the system, process and product conformity assessment methods. 7. Analyze the effectiveness of the integrated management system and quality cost. 8. To understand and appreciate the company's integrated management system, sectoral risks. 9. Understanding the company's operating principles and process patterns, to participate in the company's short-and long-term action plan. 10. Apply a performance project management methodology, techniques and tools. 11. implement research and summarize their results, perform data processing, preparing reports and publications, to prepare and make presentations. 12. Apply the latest forms of organisation of work and information technology. 13. To cooperate with the company's employees, management and stakeholders, including partners, the media, State and local authorities, associations and foundations. 14. Act according to requirements of the laws and ethics of professional and general principles. 15. To plan and organize own work, make decisions according to the changes of the situation and deal with pressure situations, require a valid comment. 16. Organize and manage the work of the relevant departments. 17. Independently acquire new knowledge. 18. asks the working individual, team and coordinate the work of the group. 19. Advise and provide methodological support for the integrated management system. 20. Apply professional business information system integrated management system processes. 21. To manage the national language. 22. To manage at least two foreign languages at the level of communication. 23. Use professional terminology in the national language and at least two foreign languages. 24. To comply with labour relations. 25. To comply with labour protection, fire protection and environmental protection legislation and ensure enforcement. 1.100.5. Professional doing basic tasks required knowledge 1. Professional doing basic tasks required knowledge level: 1.1 the idea the economy; 1.2. commercial activity; 1.3. the legal basis for the purpose; 1.4. management accounting; 1.5. sociology and psychology. 2. the basic tasks of the professional activities of the required knowledge level of awareness: 2.1. comprehensive quality management; 2.2. new product and process creation methodology; 2.3. strategic planning and management; 2.4. personnel management, motivation and organisation psychology; 2.5. communication psychology and business communication; 2.6. the statistics and statistical data processing methods; 2.7. document management; 2.8. professional terms in the language of the country and two foreign languages. 3. Professional doing basic tasks required knowledge level of use: 3.1 an analysis of process control, quality measurement and quality cost analysis; 3.2. system, process and product quality improvement and efficiency of the business of the methods it uses; 3.3. the integrated management system development, implementation, maintenance and development; 3.4 the integrated management system effectiveness analysis, audit, internal control system and risk management; 3.5. the conformity assessment and market surveillance; 3.6 project management, time management and meeting management; 3.7. team work, problem and conflict resolution methods, argumentation and presentation skills; 3.8. the professional and the General principles of ethics, corporate social responsibility; 3.9. data processing and research methodology; 3.10. information technology; 3.11. the national language; 3.12. the two foreign languages at the level of communication; 3.13. the labour protection; 3.14. the protection of the environment; 3.15. the legal relations. " 2.10. make "section III. A third level of professional qualifications standards for the profession" 3.44. subdivision name as follows: "3.44. Chemical and biotechnological equipment mechanic occupation standard"; 2.11. expressing "section III. A third level of professional qualifications standards for the profession" subdivision "3.44. Chemical and biotechnological equipment mechanic occupation standard" 3.44.1. the following subheading: "3.44.1. General questions 1. Title – chemical and biotechnological equipment mechanic. 2. Professional Code-7233 26. "; 2.12. to supplement the section "III. Third-level profession of professional qualification standards behind the subdivision" 3.83. Offset printer profession standard "with subsections" 3.84. Engineer on ships of main engine power of less than 750 kW, the standard of the profession, "" 3.85. driving on ships 500 GT coastal shipping to professional standard "and the" ship's electrician 3.86. the standards of the profession "as follows:" mechanic to 3.84. vessels with main engine power , less than 750 kW, professional standard 3.84.1. General questions 1. Title – engineer on ships of main engine power of less than 750 kW. 2. Professional Code-3151 08.3.84.2. Description 1. Employment vocational qualifications level \u2012 the third level of professional qualification. 2. Professional mission summary: – engineer on ships of main engine power of less than 750 kW, work on vessels with a total capacity of main engine of less than 750 kW; performs watchkeeping duties; control and note the equipment, machinery and systems labour parameters; planning, organizing and conducting of the mechanical, electrical and electronic systems; vessels, gear and other equipment inspection, maintenance and repair; provides fuel, lubricating oil and other materials, and spare parts ordering and receiving. Engineer on ships of main engine power of less than 750 kW, can work on the Latvian or other national flag vessels in international shipping, provided that their professional competence of the Cabinet of Ministers duly recognised as relevant international conventions, "the 1978 International Convention on standards of training, certification and Watchkeeping for seafarers and Watchkeeping (STCW (Standards of Training Certification and Watchkeeping) Convention). 3.84.3. Professional activity required mechanic professional competence on ships of main engine power of less than 750 kW, the necessary professional competence determined by the competences of the STCW Convention standard A-III/4 "minimum competence standard specification for engine room watch ratings in composition (watch for motorists) and the STCW Convention the competence standard A-III/5 ' minimum competence standard specification for qualified motorists to exercise to the engine room to the crew or the periodically without an existing engine crew". 3.84.4. Professional mission statement requires skills mechanic on board vessels with main engine capacity of less than 750 kW, the necessary professional skills sets the standard for competencies of the STCW Convention A-III/4 "minimum competence standard specification for engine room watch ratings in composition (watch for motorists) and the STCW Convention the competence standard A-III/5 ' minimum competence standard specification for qualified motorists to exercise to the engine room to the crew or the periodically without an existing engine crew". 3.84.5. Professional doing basic tasks required knowledge 1. Professional basic tasks required knowledge for knowledge level: 1. The STCW Convention the competence standard A-III/1-"minimum competence standard specification for engine room watchkeeping engineer with the crew or the periodically without an existing engine crew"; 1.2. the competences of the STCW Convention standard A-III/4 "minimum competence standard specification for engine room watch ratings in composition (sentry motorists)"; 1.3. The STCW Convention the competence standard A-III/5 – "a minimum competency standard specification for qualified motorists to exercise to the engine room to the crew or the periodically without an existing engine crew". 2. the basic tasks of the professional activities of the required knowledge level of awareness: 2.1. competence of the STCW Convention standard A-III/1-"minimum competence standard specification for engine room watchkeeping engineer with the crew or the periodically without an existing engine crew"; 2.2. The STCW Convention the competence standard A-III/4 "minimum competence standard specification for engine room watch ratings in composition (sentry motorists)"; 2.3. The STCW Convention the competence standard A-III/5 – "a minimum competency standard specification for qualified motorists to exercise to the engine room to the crew or the periodically without an existing engine crew". 3. Professional doing basic tasks required knowledge level of use: 3.1 competencies of the STCW Convention standard A-III/4 "minimum competence standard specification for engine room watch ratings in composition (sentry motorists)"; 3.2. competence of the STCW Convention standard A-III/5 – "a minimum competency standard specification for qualified motorists to exercise to the engine room to the crew or the periodically without an existing engine crew". 3.85. the Manager of the ship on vessels of up to 500 coastal shipping profession BT standard 3.85.1. General questions 1.-under the title code. 2. Professional codes: Captain on ships less than 500 GT, \u2012 profession code "3152 06"; Captain on ships less than 200 GT, \u2012 profession code "3152 07"; Watchkeeping Mate on ships less than 500 GT, coastal shipping profession code \u2012 "3152 10"; Boatmaster on vessels of up to 500 BT coastal shipping profession code \u2012 "3152 28" (hereinafter – boatmaster on vessels of up to 500 BT coastal shipping). 3.85.2. Description of employment 1. \u2012 third level professional qualification level. 2. Professional mission summary: – boatmaster on vessels of up to 500 BT coastal shipping vessels and other floating devices with up to 500 gross tonnage GT coastal shipping; fulfil the watch on deck and the bridge; organized and conducted cargo operations and other activities related to ship operations; control of occupational safety measures; ensure adequate documentation of the vessel maintenance; transmits and receives daily and emergency information through radio contact with other ships and coast stations; supervised by crew members and other staff on Board according to their level of responsibility. Boatmaster on vessels of up to 500 BT coastal shipping can work on the Latvian or other national flag vessels for coastal shipping, provided that their professional competence of the Cabinet of Ministers duly recognised as relevant international conventions, "the 1978 International Convention on standards of training, certification and Watchkeeping for seafarers and Watchkeeping (STCW (Standards of Training Certification and Watchkeeping) Convention). 3.85.3. Professional activity have the required professional competence the boatmaster on vessels of up to 500 BT coastal shipping of necessary professional competence determined by the competences of the STCW Convention standard A-II/3, "the minimum competence standard specification of a navigational watch and of masters on ships with a gross tonnage of less than 500 GT operating on coastal shipping", the standard for competencies of the STCW Convention A-II/4 "minimum competence standard specification of navigational watch ratings in composition (guard sailors)" STCW Convention the competence standards and A-II/5 – "minimum competence standard specifications to qualified sailors". 3.85.4. Professional basic tasks require skills the boatmaster on vessels of up to 500 BT coastal shipping requires professional skills sets the standard for competencies of the STCW Convention A-II/3, "the minimum competence standard specification of a navigational watch and of masters on ships with a gross tonnage of less than 500 GT operating on coastal shipping", the standard for competencies of the STCW Convention A-II/4 "minimum competence standard specification of navigational watch ratings in composition (guard sailors)" STCW Convention the competence standards and A-II/5 – "minimum competence standard specifications to qualified sailors". 3.85.5. Professional doing basic tasks required knowledge 1. Professional basic tasks required knowledge for knowledge level: 1. The STCW Convention the competence standard A-II/3, "the minimum competence standard specification of a navigational watch and of masters on ships with a gross tonnage of less than 500 GT, which take the coastal shipping "; 1.2. the competences of the STCW Convention standard A-II/4 "minimum competence standard specification of navigational watch ratings in composition (guard sailors)"; 1.3. The STCW Convention the competence standard A-II/5 – "a minimum competency standard specifications to qualified sailors". 2. the basic tasks of the professional activities of the required knowledge level of awareness: 2.1. competence of the STCW Convention standard A-II/3, "the minimum competence standard specification of a navigational watch and of masters on ships with a gross tonnage of less than 500 GT operating on coastal shipping"; 2.2. The STCW Convention the competence standard A-II/4 "minimum competence standard specification of navigational watch ratings in composition (guard sailors)"; 2.3. The STCW Convention the competence standard A-II/5 – "a minimum competency standard specifications to qualified sailors". 3. Professional doing basic tasks required knowledge level of use: 3.1 competencies of the STCW Convention standard A-II/3, "the minimum competence standard specification of a navigational watch and of masters on ships with a gross tonnage of less than 500 GT operating on coastal shipping"; 3.2. competence of the STCW Convention standard A-II/4 "minimum competence standard specification of navigational watch ratings in composition (guard sailors)"; 3.3. The STCW Convention the competence standard A-II/5 – "a minimum competency standard specifications to qualified sailors". 3.86. the electrician's professional standard 3.86.1. General questions 1. Title: the ship's electrician. 2. Professional Code-7411 07.3.86.2. Description 1. Employment vocational qualifications level \u2012 the third level of professional qualification. 2. Professional mission summary:-ship's electrician carried out external and internal electrical network construction; installation guideline, electroinstallation, operation, repair and maintenance work; assembled and serviced ships of the lighting fixtures. The ship's electrician can work on the Latvian or other national flag vessels in international shipping, provided that their professional competence of the Cabinet of Ministers duly recognised as relevant international conventions, "the 1978 International Convention on standards of training, certification and Watchkeeping for seafarers and Watchkeeping (STCW (Standards of Training Certification and Watchkeeping) Convention). 3.86.3. Professional activity have the required professional competence Board electrician required professional competence determined by the competences of the STCW Convention standard A-III/7-"minimum competence standard specification for electricians". 3.86.4. Professional mission statement requires the skills of a ship electrician required professional skills sets the standard for competencies of the STCW Convention A-III/7-"minimum competence standard specification for electricians". 3.86.5. Professional doing basic tasks required knowledge 1. Professional doing basic tasks required knowledge idea level competencies of the STCW Convention standard A-III/7-"minimum competence standard specification for electricians". 2. the basic tasks of the professional activities of the required knowledge level of understanding determines the competences of the STCW Convention standard A-III/7-"minimum competence standard specification for electricians". 3. Professional doing basic tasks required knowledge level of use determine the competences of the STCW Convention standard A-III/7-"minimum competence standard specification electricians."; 2.13. the deletion of the section "IV. The second level of professional qualifications standards for the profession" 4.2. subheading "waiter" standard of the profession; 2.14. the express section "IV. The second level of professional qualifications standards for the profession" 4.11 subdivision "controller (Home Affairs) occupation standard" subdivision "4.11.1. General questions" of paragraph 2 by the following: "2. the professions code-5419 25."; 2.15. to supplement the section "IV. The second level of professional qualification standards behind the profession" subdivision "4.45. Dock the profession standard" with subsections "4.46. ships of sailors profession standard" and "3.9. Board of professional standard" motorists by the following: "the crew of the ship of 4.46 profession standard 4.46.1. General questions 1.-under the title code. 2. Profession: quartermaster \u2012 profession code code "8350 01"; Ship sailor \u2012 profession code "8350 03" (hereinafter-Board sailor). 4.46.2. Description 1. Employment vocational qualifications level \u2012 the second level of professional qualification. 2. Professional mission summary:-Board sailor working on ships without the capacity and shipping area restrictions; performs watchkeeping duties, the ship being in both at sea and in port; steering the ship after ship the driver's instructions; working with the ship's mooring equipment and cables; operated and uses the ship's machinery, devices, escape tools, fire-fighting equipment, the rigging equipment and maintenance; maintains order and cleanliness on board and the vessel premises, carry out the necessary work of the hull and machinery for protection from corrosion; participate in cargo operations; If necessary, use emergency equipment, as well as to act in accordance with emergency procedures. Sailor of the ship can operate on the Latvian or other national flag vessels in international shipping, provided that their professional competence of the Cabinet of Ministers duly recognised as relevant international conventions, "the 1978 International Convention on standards of training, certification and Watchkeeping for seafarers and Watchkeeping (STCW (Standards of Training Certification and Watchkeeping) Convention). 4.46.3. Professional activity have the required professional competence necessary to ship sailor professional competence determined by the competences of the STCW Convention standard A-II/4 "minimum competence standard specification of navigational watch ratings in composition (guard sailors)" STCW Convention the competence standards and A-II/5 – "minimum competence standard specifications to qualified sailors". 4.46.4. Professional mission statement requires skills necessary to Ship the other professional skills sets the standard for competencies of the STCW Convention A-II/4 "minimum competence standard specification of navigational watch ratings in composition (guard sailors)" STCW Convention the competence standards and A-II/5 – "minimum competence standard specifications to qualified sailors". 4.46.5. Professional doing basic tasks required knowledge 1. Professional basic tasks required knowledge for knowledge level: 1. The STCW Convention the competence standard A-II/4 "minimum competence standard specification of navigational watch ratings in composition (guard sailors)"; 1.2. the competences of the STCW Convention standard A-II/5 – "a minimum competency standard specifications to qualified sailors". 2. the basic tasks of the professional activities of the required knowledge level of awareness: 2.1. competence of the STCW Convention standard A-II/4 "minimum competence standard specification of navigational watch ratings in composition (guard sailors)"; 2.2. The STCW Convention the competence standard A-II/5 – "a minimum competency standard specifications to qualified sailors". 3. Professional doing basic tasks required knowledge level of use: 3.1 competencies of the STCW Convention standard A-II/4 "minimum competence standard specification of navigational watch ratings in composition (guard sailors)"; 3.2. competence of the STCW Convention standard A-II/5 – "a minimum competency standard specifications to qualified sailors". 3.9. the standard of the profession of 4.47.1 motorists. General questions 1. Title: the ship's motorists. 2. Professional Code-8350 06.4.47.2. Description 1. Employment vocational qualifications level \u2012 the second level of professional qualification. 2. Professional mission summary:-ship motorists work on board ships without main engine power and shipping area restrictions; performs watchkeeping duties, the ship being in both sea and both the port; the energy vessels and motor equipment maintenance and renovation; running board mechanism, the escape features and fire-fighting equipment; maintains order and cleanliness of engine room, participating in fuel and other liquid operations; If necessary, use emergency equipment, as well as to act in accordance with emergency procedures. The ship's motorists can operate on the Latvian or other national flag vessels in international shipping, provided that their professional competence of the Cabinet of Ministers duly recognised as relevant international conventions, "the 1978 International Convention on standards of training, certification and Watchkeeping for seafarers and Watchkeeping (STCW (Standards of Training Certification and Watchkeeping) Convention). 4.47.3. Professional activity have the required professional competence necessary to ship motorists professional competence determined by the competences of the STCW Convention standard A-III/4 "minimum competence standard specification for engine room watch ratings in composition (watch for motorists) and the STCW Convention the competence standard A-III/5 ' minimum competence standard specification for qualified motorists to exercise to the engine room to the crew or the periodically without an existing engine crew". 4.47.4. Professional mission statement requires skills Board for professional motorists skills determine the competences of the STCW Convention standard A-III/4 "minimum competence standard specification for engine room watch ratings in composition (watch for motorists) and the STCW Convention the competence standard A-III/5 ' minimum competence standard specification for qualified motorists to exercise to the engine room to the crew or the periodically without an existing engine crew". 4.47.5. Professional doing basic tasks required knowledge 1. Professional basic tasks required knowledge for knowledge level: 1. The STCW Convention the competence standard A-III/4 "minimum competence standard specification for engine room watch ratings in composition (sentry motorists)"; 1.2. the competences of the STCW Convention standard A-III/5 – "a minimum competency standard specification for qualified motorists to exercise to the engine room to the crew or the periodically without an existing engine crew". 2. the basic tasks of the professional activities of the required knowledge level of awareness: 2.1. competence of the STCW Convention standard A-III/4 "minimum competence standard specification for engine room watch ratings in composition (sentry motorists)"; 2.2. The STCW Convention the competence standard A-III/5 – "a minimum competency standard specification for qualified motorists to exercise to the engine room to the crew or the periodically without an existing engine crew". 3. Professional doing basic tasks required knowledge level of use: 3.1 competencies of the STCW Convention standard A-III/4 "minimum competence standard specification for engine room watch ratings in composition (sentry motorists)"; 3.2. competence of the STCW Convention standard A-III/5 ' minimum competence standard specification for qualified motorists to exercise to the engine room to the crew or the periodically without an existing engine crew "." Prime Minister, Minister of finance John Rare wealth Minister Uldis Augul States