Rules For The Customs Profession Standards Experts

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par muitas eksperta profesijas standartu

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No 515 Riga, 27 June 2006 (pr. No 34 20. §) rules on the standard of the profession of customs experts issued in accordance with the vocational training law article 7 paragraph 2 of i. General questions 1. determines the standard of the profession of customs experts. 2. the standard of the profession of customs experts have designed 4. professional qualification level. 3. the customs experts of the profession of the requirements laid down in standards relate to curriculum development and implementation of a customs expert qualification. II. Description of the action, the Customs expert: 4 4.1. activities relating to the customs clearance of goods through customs control measures, including taxation of goods customs payments and collection of customs payments;
4.2. ensure protection of national economic boundaries. III. Duties and tasks 5. Customs expert shall have the following responsibilities and tasks: 5.1 obligation to apply pirmsmuitošan and perform the following tasks: 5.1.1 identify imported goods and goods;
5.1.2. to examine the accompanying documents of goods and transport;
5.1.3. to apply the imported goods in temporary storage;
5.1.4. to control the preparation of customs clearance of goods;
5.1.5. to control the conformity of goods in temporary storage in the laws;
5.2. the obligation to determine the classification of goods, the customs value and the origin and perform the following tasks: 5.2.1 examine the declared customs value of goods, to determine its compliance with the law;
5.2.2 examine the declared items code, determine its compliance with the European Union's combined nomenclature code;
5.2.3. to check the origin of the goods declared, to determine its compliance with the regulatory requirements;
5.3. the obligation to clear the goods through customs (customs arrangements applied) and perform the following tasks: 5.3.1. skip the goods the customs procedure concerned, or other customs arrangements for when designing the single administrative document for customs or other appropriate document;
5.3.2. to prepare and issue the permits provided for separate customs procedure or action;
5.3.3. checking the design and international treaties submitted to the trade and transport provided supporting documents;
5.3.4. calculate customs payments;
5.3.5. to request, receive and verify the payment of duties and supporting documents or accept the selected arrangement of the declarant;
5.3.6. the supervision of customs procedures and other customs regime;
5.3.7 request other institutions issued, licenses and monitor their use;
5.4. responsibility to look at the people and their luggage and perform the following tasks: 5.4.1 examine traveller baggage;
5.4.2. to accept passengers from oral and written declarations;
5.4.3. control the individual import (export) of goods;
5.4.4. in exceptional cases, to make people view;
5.5. the obligation to apply product control measures and perform the following tasks: 5.5.1. take a an overview of commercial vehicles;
5.5.2. the physical control of the goods, t.sk. product weighing and sampling of goods compared to compliance with the declared goods;
5.5.3. to design the results of customs controls, creating the customs inspections and other necessary documents;
5.5.4. If found infringement, design, product detention, and to draw up a protocol of administrative offences, subject to the administrative filing requirements;
5.5.5. identify and assess risks, as well as to apply risk analysis results of customs controls;
5.6. the obligation to advise the parties on issues related to border crossing and movement of goods across the customs border;
5.7. the obligation, to monitor the permissions and perform the following tasks: 5.7.1. prepare materials for the authorisation, amendment, suspension and cancellation;
5.7.2. collect, process and analyze information about the customs of the licences issued;
5.7.3. collect, process and analyze information on other national authority, licences issued;
5.8. the duty to take measures to combat smuggling and the following tasks: 5.8.1. filing information and risk profiling;
5.8.2. to control and to update risk profile;
5.8.3. perform operational checks;
5.8.4. develop database to update database information and control the operation of the database;
5.9. the obligation to prepare a report on the work carried out. IV. Working Environment representative factors 6. specific work environment characterized by: 6.1 organizational factors-the work is performed individually and in a group;
6.2. chemical and physical factors-work can be associated with the impact of dangerous substances in exhaust gas, the increased influence of the electromagnetic field, radioactivity;
6.3. climatic factors-work can be linked to external environmental effects;
6.4. biological factors-work can be related to exposure of flora and fauna;
6.5. psychological factors-stress situations, interacting with different troop;
6.6. increased risk factors-the work can be linked to weapons and special funds;
4.2. legal ethical factors-national economic interests, increased opportunities for corruption;
6.8. the representative factors – national sovereignty and economic interests in the. V. specific requirements tasks 7. Customs expert must be psychologically balanced and should know foreign languages. Vi. Customs expert skills 8. Customs expert requires the following skills: the joint industry 8.1. perform search
8.2. first aid;
8.3. the safety rules;
8.4. analysis of the information received. 9. the customs experts requires specific skills of this profession: 9.1 identification of goods and vehicles;
9.2. work with special databases;
9.3. confidentiality of information;
9.4. the provision of advice in the field of customs;
9.5. risk analysis;
9.6. analysis of human psychology;
9.7. the calculation of the related customs payments;
9.8. Customs control of special technical means used. 10. the Customs expert requires the following general skills: 10.1. information search and select products;
10.2. filing of documents;
10.3. the observance of the rules of professional conduct;
10.4. the ability to communicate in foreign languages;
10.5. the work hygiene and safety requirements;
10.6. other persuasion and argumentēšan your opinion;
10.7. the use of means of communication;
10.8. communication skills;
10.9. the Working Group;
10.10. work independently;
10.11. the executable work planning and priority setting;
10.12. computer skills. VII. Exploitable knowledge 11. Customs expert to acquire such knowledge the idea level: 11.1. driving theory;
11.2. international economic relations;
11.3. accounting;
11.4. criminal law;
11.5. the logistics. 12. the Customs expert will acquire such knowledge awareness level: 12.1. macroeconomics;
12.2. the financial accounting;
12.3. art history and art appreciation 13. the Customs expert will acquire such knowledge level of use: 13.1. Customs legislation;
13.2. communication psychology;
13.3. Business Etiquette;
13.4. the records and correspondence;
13.5. the finance and tax;
13.6. tax accounting;
8.5. administrative law;
8.6. datormācīb;
13.9. the organisation of customs control;
13.10. the harmonized commodity system;
13.11. the risk analysis;
13.12. foreign language;
13.13. job security and protection. Prime Minister a. Halloween, Minister of education and science Rivž of B.