Procedures Adopted Into Newly Built Rolling Stock Or Rolling Stock, Who Has Made A Special Repair Or Modernisation Of

Original Language Title: Kārtība, kādā pieņem ekspluatācijā jaunbūvētu ritošo sastāvu vai ritošo sastāvu, kuram ir veikts speciālais remonts vai modernizācija

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 713 in Riga august 29, 2006 (pr. No 44 31) the procedure adopted into newly built rolling stock or rolling stock, who has made a special repair or modernisation issued in accordance with article 36.1 of the Act rail fourth i. General questions 1. determines the order in which the adopted into newly built rolling stock or rolling stock that has performed special repair or upgrading. 2. the rules shall not apply to: the newly constructed or modernized 2.1 rolling stock, adopting the service in accordance with the laws and regulations of the European Union-European high-speed and conventional rail systems interoperability and General compatibility;
2.2. rolling stock built in Latvia or in Latvia made a special repair or modernization, but which are not intended to be used in Latvia. 3. Rule 1, 2, 3 and 4 set out in annex documents are also used when taking into service of rolling stock, which has made other repairs. 4. Rolling stock accepted into: 4.1. it complies with the technical rules of operation of the railway and the LVS282:2005 standard "rail structures and rolling stock zoom dimensions ' requirements for the running of the project solution composition and rolling stock roster space for power supply of railway infrastructure, signalling and traffic management system, the track width and the maximum permissible load on the axle;
4.2. the procedure laid down in this provision is made on a trial run;
4.3. each series rolling stock was added to the technical documents that describe the rolling stock maintenance and repair programs. 5. Company that has built rolling stock or that it carried out modernization or specialty repair (hereinafter remontsabiedrīb), creates a Commission to the acceptance of the rolling stock in operation (hereinafter referred to as the Commission). The Commission is made up of: 5.1 remontsabiedrīb representative, who is also the President of the Commission;
5.2. the rolling stock of the owner or possessor (hereinafter referred to as the holder) a representative;
5.3. national public-use railway infrastructure manager's representative, when rolling stock is intended for use on public roads by rail;
5.4. the private use of the rail infrastructure, where the rolling stock is intended to be used only for the private use of the rail roads;
5.5. National Railway technical inspection agent if service assumes the traction rolling stock. II. The traction rolling stock acceptance into operation 6. before the traction rolling stock, for use in rail traffic, is taken into service, remontsabiedrīb delivers its trial run. The traction rolling stock test drive up Act (annex 1). 7. Tractive rolling pilot trip for not less than 40 idle and not less than 40 km with the workload. 8. Test drive with multiple units, intended for the carriage of passengers, not less than 40 km. Pilot journey powered units should reach maximum speed. 9. If a trial run during the traction rolling stock running openly, braking system, power equipment or safety equipment, the lack of such a deficiency prevention remontsabiedrīb provides repeating a trial run. 10. If you test drive the traction rolling composition consisting of several units, test drive the Act is drawn up for each unit rolling stock separately. 11. On the adoption of the traction rolling stock into Service Commission shall be established by the Act (annex 2). Legislation signed by all the members of the Commission. Each Member of the Commission provides one copy of the legislation. III. acceptance of wagons into service Before 12 passenger cars was taken into service, remontsabiedrīb delivers its trial run. For passenger cars the test drive up Act (annex 3). 13. Test drive with a passenger wagon not less than 40 km. The pilot trip passenger cars should reach maximum speed. 14. If the trial voyage passenger car discovered running, brake equipment, power equipment, safety equipment, and a lack of prevention remontsabiedrīb this deficiency ensures repeat test drive. 15. the freight wagons trial journey is not performed. 16. On the wagon making in operation, the Commission shall draw up a statement (annex 4). A statement signed by all the members of the Commission. Five working days of the notification by the station attendant, where remontsabiedrīb was added to the track. After notification of the wagon is considered accepted. IV. in service in another Member State of the rolling stock, which do not fully apply the relevant European Union technical specifications for interoperability, acceptance into operation 17. The rolling stock placed in service in another European economic area Member State and which do not fully apply the relevant European Union technical specifications for interoperability, you can take into the use of the rolling stock is received in that Member State, the relevant safety certificate. 18. These provisions referred to in paragraph 17 rolling stock accepted into service in Latvia, the owner of the rolling stock, which requires permission shall be submitted for acceptance into the national railway technical inspection of the application of the rolling stock or type of rolling stock, indicating the intended use type in the European Union-European high-speed or conventional rail system of lines (hereinafter networks). The application shall be accompanied by the following: 18.1 technical documentation for confirmation that the operation of rolling stock authorised in another European economic area Member State, and the documents that describe the operation, repair and, if necessary, technical modifications after the authorization;
18.2. documents on technical and operational characteristics that indicate the suitability of rolling stock the network power supply, signalling and traffic management system, the width of the track and infrastructure gauges, the maximum permissible load on the axle and the other network constraints;
18.3. the particulars of exemptions from the authorisation required security regulations compliance with risk assessment and reasonable evidence that using the following rolling stock is not created excessive network risk. 19. In case of doubt about the conformity of the rolling stock that rule 18.2. bottom requirements referred to in paragraph 1, the national railway technical inspectorate may request the necessary rolling stock technical data, repair and operating characteristics of the program or test drive the network. 20. National Railway technical inspection shall take a decision on the authorisation to accept the rolling stock in operation of the administrative procedure law, but not later than four months after the complete technical file submission (including documents for a trial run results). 21. the authorisation for rolling stock acceptance into operation may determine the conditions for the use of rolling stock, and other limitations to the network there is no unreasonable risk. Informative reference to European Union Directive provisions included in the law resulting from the amendments of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004, Directive 2004/49/EC on safety on the community's railways, in Council Directive 95/18/EC on the licensing of railway undertakings and Directive 2001/14/EC on railway infrastructure capacity and the levying of charges for the use of rail infra structure and safety certification (railway safety directive). Prime Minister a. Halloween traffic Minister k. Peters annex 1: Cabinet of Ministers of 29 august 2006, the Regulation No 713 traffic Minister k. Peters annex 2 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 29 august 2006, the Regulation No 713 traffic Minister k. Peters annex 3 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 29 august 2006, the Regulation No 713 traffic Minister k. Peters annex 4 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 29 august 2006, the Regulation No 713 traffic Minister k. Peters