Rules On Marine Equipment

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par jūras kuģu aprīkojumu

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 198 in 2006 (March 14. Nr. 15. § 3) rules on marine equipment of ships Issued in accordance with the maritime administration and the Maritime Safety Act second subparagraph of article 16(1) and the law "on conformity assessment" 7. the first paragraph of article i. General questions 1. establishes the requirements which correspond to the marine equipment of ships in accordance with the Council of 20 December 1996 of Directive 96/98/EC on marine equipment (Official Journal of the European Union L 46 , 17.02.1997, p. 25) Annex a (hereinafter referred to as Council Directive 96/98/EC) of the Commission of 11 November 1998 Directive 98/85/EC, amending Council Directive 96/98/EC on marine equipment (Official Journal of the European Union L 315, 25.11.1998, p. 14) Annex a (hereinafter referred to as Commission Directive 98/85/EC), the Commission's September 2, 2002 Directive 2002/75/EC amending Council Directive 96/98/EC Annex A (Official Journal of the European Union L 254, 23.09.2002, p. 1) (hereinafter referred to as Commission Directive 2002/75/EC), the implementation of these requirements, equipment tests, as well as the procedure for the issue of a merchant ship, the regular inspection of equipment maintenance, repair, and modernization.
2. the rules apply to equipment to be installed: 2.1. to new ships of Latvia (Latvian ship registry of registered ship, which is inserted into the wedge, or which was at a similar stage of construction (during which construction identifiable with a specific ship begins, and has launched this ship Assembly, comprising at least 50 tonnes or 1% of the estimated mass of all structural material, whichever is less) on 20 April 2004) regardless of during construction work, or they are located in Latvia.
2.2. the Latvian ships is not new, if such equipment was not previously on them or replace the equipment on Board had been previously.
3. the provisions of chapter XIII, the exception does not apply to equipment that has already been on a ship before 20 April 2004.
 
II. The compliance of equipment inspection 4. public joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration Maritime Safety Inspectorate (hereinafter Inspectorate) or recognised classification societies of vessels, to which Latvia has concluded a maritime administration authorization agreement (hereinafter referred to as the recognized organization) when issuing or renewing the ship's safety certificates (certificates, in accordance with the 1966 International Convention on load lines, the 1972 Convention on international regulations for prevention of collisions, the 1973 International Convention for the prevention of pollution from ships and the 1974 International Convention for the safety of life at sea (hereinafter referred to as international conventions) or inspection shall be issued by a recognised organisation on behalf of the State), make sure that the equipment on board, meeting the requirements of this regulation.
5. The compliance of equipment with the Council Directive 96/98/EC, Commission Directive 98/85/EC and Commission Directive 2002/75/EC Annex A shows according to this provision, the procedures laid down in chapter VI.
6. recommends that the Ministry of transport to society with limited liability "standard" European Union reliance standard. Limited liability company "Latvian standards" at the recommendation of the Ministry of transport submitted for publication in the newspaper "Latvian journal" the Latvian National Standard, a list of applicable requirements of these regulations (hereinafter referred to as the applicable standards).
 
III. Equipment before installing 7. May prohibit the sale or installation in Latvia to the Latvian vessel equipment as set out in Council Directive 96/98/EC, Commission Directive 98/85/EC and Commission Directive 2002/75/EC (A) in the annex, if it is an approval mark sign (annex 1). In the case of such equipment shall be issued or renewed in the ship security certificates.
8. Prior to the issuance of the certificates, the State joint stock company "electronic communications Directorate" be issued to radio stations.
 
IV. renewal of new vessels 9. Re-register with new ships, comply with the following conditions: 9.1 when the ship irrespective of the flag State is not established in the Member State of the European Union and it is going to register in the register of Latvia, at the time of registration shall check that the equipment corresponds to the position of the ship's safety certificates and requirements of these provisions and has the approval mark. Ship inspection inspection or recognized organization;
9.2. If the equipment does not have a label, replaced;
9.3. the national joint stock company "electronic communications Directorate ' inspection for radio equipment (equipment under the 1974 International Convention for the safety of life at sea (with amendments) (hereinafter referred to as SOLAS-74) chapter IV, as well as rescue products existing in the bilateral ultraīsviļņ of radiotelephony communications equipment under SOLAS-74/III of the Convention, paragraph 6.2.1.) do not unduly affect the requirements of the radio-frequency spectrum.
 
Notified body g. 10. This provision of the equipment referred to in chapter VI of the conformity assessment procedures conducted in the certification and inspection bodies accredited to a government agency "Latvian National Accreditation Bureau" (hereinafter referred to as the notified body) or other Member States of the European Union notified body, on which the economy Ministry published a notice in the newspaper "Gazette" and which meet the criteria laid down in these rules (annex 2).
11. the Ministry of the economy shall notify the European Commission and the other Member States of the European Union authorities that issued the certificate of compliance, demonstrating the ability to perform equipment assessment procedures, indicating the specific tasks that the reported bodies assigned to implement, as well as identification numbers, which the authorities granted by the European Commission.
12. to ensure that the notified body continues to meet the criteria laid down by the State Agency "Latvian National Accreditation Bureau" at least every two years, take the examination and the results of the inspection report to the Ministry of the economy. If a notified body does not meet the criteria set by the Ministry of the economy reverses issued compliance certificates and shall forthwith inform the Commission and the other Member States of the European Union.

13. the conformity assessment body concerned officials issued administrative act or actual action a person can challenge the Ministry of Economy of the administrative procedure law. The Ministry of Economic Affairs issued the administrative act or actual action a person can appeal to the Court of Justice of the administrative procedure law.
 
Vi. Equipment conformity assessment procedures 14. equipment conformity assessment procedures (annex 3) include one of the following modules: 14.1. Ec type-examination (module B) and, before equipment on the market, in addition to one of the following modules of the manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the Latvia's choice: 14.1.1. Ec type-declaration of conformity (module C);
14.1.2. the EC declaration of conformity to type (production-quality assurance) (module D);
14.1.3. the EC declaration of conformity to type (production-quality assurance) (module E);
14.1.4. the EC declaration of conformity to type (product verification) (module F);
14.2. the EC full-quality assurance (module H).
15. the Declaration of conformity of the equipment type-this provision is inserted, the information specified in annex 3.
16. Where sets of equipment are produced individually or in small quantities and not in series or in mass, the conformity-assessment procedure may be the EC unit verification (module G).
 
VII. marking of the equipment equipment 17 specified in Council Directive 96/98/EC, Commission Directive 98/85/EC and Commission Directive 2002/75/EC and in annex 1 (A) is made in accordance with the conformity assessment procedures, the manufacturer or the manufacturer's authorised in the European Union representative shall be marked with the sign of approval mark, subject to the following conditions: 17.1. marking next to the notified body identification number who carried out the conformity assessment procedure, if the notified body has been involved in the production control of equipment, as well as the last two digits of the year, when the label was made (for the identification number marking is the responsibility of the notified body or by the manufacturer of the equipment, or the producer in the European Union authorised representative);
17.2. the approval marking shall be used in the mark;
17.3. the mark shall be affixed on the equipment or on the data plate of the equipment so as to be visible, legible and indelible throughout the anticipated useful life of the equipment (if this is not possible, or if it cannot guarantee specific characteristics of equipment, the marking is located on the product packaging, labels and brochures);
17.4. the labelling of equipment does not add or inscriptions which are likely to mislead third parties with regard to these provisions that the meaning or the graphics of the mark;
17.5. the equipment shall be marked when the production process is complete.
 
VIII. assessment of the equipment in specific cases 18. inspections shall have the right to take measures to ensure the equipment labelled sample test, which is offered in the market of Latvia, but has not yet been installed on the ship to ensure that it meets the requirements of this regulation. Sample tests for equipment not intended for these rules referred to in annex 3 in the modules for conformity assessment, pay the Latvian maritime administration.
19. the inspection or by a recognised organisation may be installed on board the ship and these terms according to the equipment if the safety evaluation and (or) prevention of pollution of the reasons provided for in the rules of international law, and if the tests do not duplicate the conformity-assessment carried out the procedures. Inspection or the recognised organisation shall have the right to request equipment, Latvia registered the authorized representative or the person responsible for the marketing of equipment in Latvia, show equipment inspection or test reports.
 
IX. Unsafe equipment 20. If the inspection or recognized organization determines that a Council Directive 96/98/EC, Commission Directive 98/85/EC and Commission Directive 2002/75/EC (A) the equipment specified in annex 1, which has the approval of the sign, which is properly installed and maintained and used for its intended purpose, may compromise the crew, the passengers or other health or safety of persons or adversely affect the marine environment, Inspectorate or the recognised organisation shall take measures to prohibit the dissemination of equipment and the use of Latvian in Latvia. Inspection shall immediately inform the Ministry of transport. The Ministry of transport of the measures shall inform the other Member States of the European Union and the European Commission, indicating the reasons for the decision and whether non-compliance with these provisions has led to: 20.1. non-compliance with the provisions of paragraph 1;
20.2. standard applicable for incorrect use;
20.3. shortcomings in the testing standards.
21. If on this rule 20. equipment referred to in paragraph 1 is a sign of the label granted by the notified body, the Latvian inspection shall take measures to stop the further use of this equipment, and the Ministry of transport shall inform the other Member States of the European Union and the European Commission of the measures taken.
 
X. technical innovation of equipment Inspection May 22, to allow the ship to install equipment that does not comply with the rules referred to in annex 3 of the conformity assessment procedures or tests if the trials found that such equipment is as effective as equipment which comply with these procedures. State joint stock company "electronic communications Directorate" check the compliance of equipment with the radio regulations regarding the use of radio spectrum. If the vessel with the requirements of the rules without the appropriate equipment was previously registered in another Member State of the European Union and is expected to register a Ship in the register of Latvia, inspection tests, practical demonstrations and other necessary measures to ensure that equipment is just as effective as equipment which meets the requirements of this regulation.
23. set of rules allowing the equipment referred to in paragraph 22, the Inspectorate ensures that neither Latvia nor other countries manufactured equipment would not be provided any benefit.
24. The inspection certificate shall be issued, in which the permission set that rule 22, paragraph equipment, as well as restrictions on the use of the equipment or in the regulations. This certificate must be kept on board.

25. If the inspection authorization to install on these provisions of the Latvian vessel equipment referred to in point 22, it shall immediately inform the Ministry of transport. The Ministry of transport shall inform the other Member States of the European Union and the European Commission to include in the report information on all relevant trials, testing and conformity assessment procedures.
 
XI. evaluation of testing Equipment or 26. To verify or assess the equipment, inspection may authorise the use of the ship's equipment to Latvia, which do not comply with the conformity-assessment procedures or the requirements of chapter X of the rules, provided that the following conditions are met: 26.1. equipment has been issued an inspection certificate, which attests to the Latvian maritime administration's permission for the equipment to be placed on Board of Latvia, as well as the restrictions or provisions in the use of the equipment. Such a certificate shall be carried with the equipment;
26.2. the inspections shall determine the short period of validity of the authorisation;
26.3. the equipment complies with the laws on the use of radio spectrum;
26.4. equipment that meets the requirements of this regulation and which is the site for a short period of time is used, the test equipment remain on board working condition ready for use.
27. Equipment in this provision in paragraph 26 in the order, shall not be used as a substitute for compliance with equipment rated according to the procedures specified in chapter VI. 
 
XII. substitution of equipment 28. If you need to change the equipment on board the vessel at the port, which is located outside the European Union and, if, in exceptional circumstances, by the owner of the vessel demonstrates to the inspection, it is not possible the quick and appropriate fee to install the equipment, which is the European Union standard, inspection can allow to install other equipment on board, if the following requirements are met: 28.1. equipment documents issued by an authority that is equivalent to a notified body, if between the European Union and the third countries concerned have concluded an agreement on the mutual recognition of such institutions;
28.2. unless the equipment this rule 28.1., referred to the Board can allow to install the equipment, which is the International Maritime Organization (IMO), which is a Member State of the international conventions, Member States issued the document, which confirms the compliance of equipment with the relevant IMO requirements. In this case, the following conditions shall be met: 28.2.1. Inspectorate has been informed of the nature and characteristics of the equipment;
28.2.2. inspection as soon as possible, ensure that equipment and documentation to comply with the binding rules of international law and the requirements of these regulations;
28.2.3. equipment complies with the laws on the use of radio spectrum.
 
XIII. The ship security equipment 29. periodic inspection the operator who carried out the vessel's safety equipment, periodic inspection and maintenance, repair and modernisation of inspection shall be issued a certificate of compliance (certificate) (annex 4).
30. the compliance certificate (certificate) for the Merchant shall provide the following documents: inspection 30.1. the merchant's registration certificate and a copy of the statutes;
30.2. the technical equipment and operation of the complete set of documents;
30.3. the production technology and quality control system;
18.9. to carry out the work and the quality control of seconded personnel list, document and certificate of qualification;
5. the labelling of equipment and the accompanying samples be served;
30.6. the test equipment manufacturer in the opinion of the certificate (if requested by the manufacturer of the equipment).
31. After receipt of the application inspection inspect the merchant to make sure that it complies with legislation on ship safety inspection requirements, as well as the IMO Assembly of 4 November 1993 resolution a. 761 (18) "recommendations on inflatable liferaft service station" and the recognition of the IMO Maritime Safety Committee of 5 December 1996 resolution 61 (67) "On the international code for application of fire test procedures for approval '.
32. before conformity assessment operators, who check and repair the ship fire-fighting equipment, receives State fire and rescue service.
33. The merchant test equipment measuring and checking of metrological control and supervision institutions according to the regulations of metrological control and supervision.
34. the equipment, product, material, or technological process for recognition of classification societies, respect for the opinions of the institutions reported, as well as foreign maritime authorities opinions.
35. The certificate of conformity: 21.8. the merchant name, address and registration number;
35.2. technical documentation that provides information about the product's design, manufacture, installation and operation, and for which the corresponding service is provided, or to make the production, as well as indicate that it is approved;
35.3. the equipment or the service name and description;
35.4. the period of validity of the licence.
36. the head of compliance with signed Inspection card is issued for a period of up to five years. The inspection ship control inspector each year certificate of conformity confirms, creating merchant inspection. The Act specifies compliance with production conditions and the types of services provided.
37. inspection leader withdraws a certificate of conformity, if it is found that the inspection of the activities of economic operators, equipment, materials or products do not comply with the provisions of SOLAS-74-19.8.1 III, III-12.4., V-12r and rule 31. the requirements referred to in paragraph 1.
38. The decision on the refusal to issue a certificate of conformity or of its cancellation, the merchant may dispute the Latvian maritime administration in administrative procedure law within one month of adopting its decision. Maritime Administration decision may appeal to the Court.
Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) of the Council of 20 December 1996 of Directive 96/98/EC on marine equipment;
2 Commission 1998) 11 November Directive 98/85/EC amending the Council of 20 December 1996 of Directive 96/98/EC on marine equipment;
3) Commission September 2, 2002 Directive 2002/75/EC amending the Council of 20 December 1996 of Directive 96/98/EC on marine equipment;
4) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 5 November 2002 Directive 2002/84/EC amending the directives on maritime safety and the prevention of pollution from ships.
Prime Minister a. Halloween

Traffic Minister a. shlesers Editorial Note: the entry into force of the provisions by 23 March 2006.
 
 
1. the annex to Cabinet of Ministers of 14 March 2006, regulations No 303 approval mark mark (model) (1). the approval marking sign is displayed by the following: 2. the Marking plate size can be reduced or increased, following the sample proportions.
3. Highlight the various elements of the mark constitutes the same vertical dimension, and their size may not be less than five millimeters.
4. the minimum size of the mark of the marking may be omitted by marking the small device.
Traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 2 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 14 March 2006, regulations no 198 minimum requirements reported bodies 1. Notified Body performs according to the requirements of the standard EN 45000 series of standards (applicable standards).
2. The notified body is independent, not controlled by the producers and suppliers.
3. The notified body is established in the European Union.
4. the notified body employee qualifications, technical experience and staffing of the selection is adequate to ensure that the institution issuing the type-approval, which meets the requirements of this regulation and to guarantee a high level of security.
5. The notified body, which shall carry out the conformity assessment procedures and on behalf of the State issued type-approval, is an expert in the maritime domain.
6. where the conformity assessment procedure, the notified body carries out the branch, all documents relating to the conformity assessment procedures shall provide the notified body, rather than on behalf of its affiliates.
7. the notified body the branch, located in Latvia, you can issue the documents relating to the conformity-assessment procedures, if a government agency "Latvian National Accreditation Bureau ' affiliate is authorised.
Traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 3 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 14 March 2006, regulations no 198 equipment conformity assessment procedures and technical documentation 1. equipment conformity assessment procedures 1.1. Type-examination (module B) 1. Notified Body verifies and confirms that the product satisfies the International Maritime Organisation the 1966 International Convention on load lines make of the 1972 Convention on the international regulations for prevention of collisions, the 1973 International Convention for the prevention of pollution from ships , the 1974 International Convention for the safety of life at sea, as well as the International Maritime Organization resolutions and circulars on marine equipment (hereinafter international conventions) and these terms.
2. the manufacturer, or its registered European Union official representative shall submit an application to their selected notified body to carry out type-examination. 2.1. The application shall state: the name and address of the manufacturer and, if the application is lodged by the authorized representative, its name and address;
2.2. a written declaration that the application has not been submitted to another notified body;
2.3. technical documentation.
3. the applicant shall place at the disposal of the notified body a specimen, representative of the products (hereinafter referred to as the model). The notified body may ask it to supply other models, if any are required.
4. The annex referred to in point 2.3 of the technical dossier to assess the conformity of the respective products for Latvia and the international conventions binding requirements of these provisions. This assessment includes information on the design, product design, production, installation and work in accordance with the technical documentation (Chapter 2 of this annex).
5. The notified body: 5.1. examine the technical documentation and make sure that the model is manufactured in accordance with the technical documentation;
5.2. the appropriate examinations and necessary tests to verify compliance with the relevant rules of international law and the requirements of this regulation;
5.3. agree with the applicant the location where the examinations and tests carried out.
6. If the model complies with the international conventions binding for Latvia and the requirements of these provisions, the notified body issues the applicant with type-examination certificate. The certificate shall state the name and address of the manufacturer, equipment details, inspection findings, the conditions for validity of the certificate and information for identification of the approved type. Certificate includes a list of the relevant parts of the technical documentation. Notified body keeps a copy of this list.
7. If the type-certification is rejected, the notified body shall provide the manufacturer with a detailed justification for such denial.
8. If the manufacturer again applying for a type-approval for the equipment, which is rejected, the manufacturer, the type certificate application notified body shall include all relevant documentation, including the report of inspection, the first of the previous reasons for the refusal and equipment changes.
9. In the application, the applicant shall inform the notified body which approved the stored all the modifications of the product type-examination and technical documentation which must receive additional approval where such changes may affect the conformity with the requirements of the product's use or conditions. This additional approval is presented as an annex to the original type-examination certificate.
10. The notified body shall provide the State joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration" and also, on request, information on the Ministry of transport issued and withdrawn type-examination certificates and their annexes.
11. the other notified bodies may request and receive type-examination certificates and their additions.
12. the manufacturer, or the European Union authorised representative in at least 10 years after the last product has been manufactured, keep with the technical documentation of the type-examination certificates and their additions.
 
1.2. compliance with the model (C model) 13. the manufacturer, or the European Union authorised representative ensures and declares that the products concerned conform to type as described in the type-examination certificate and satisfy the relevant applicable rules of international law and the requirements of this regulation. The European Union, the manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the imposing marking to each product and draw up a written declaration of conformity.

14. The manufacturer shall take all measures necessary to ensure that the manufacturing process ensures conformity of the products specified in the type-examination certificate and with the applicable rules of international law and the requirements of this regulation.
15. The European Union, the manufacturer or its authorised representative in at least 10 years after the last product has been manufactured, keep a copy of the Declaration of conformity.
 
1.3. production quality assurance (module D) 16. Manufacturer serving this annex, paragraph 17, and declare that the products concerned conform to the type specified in the type-examination certificate. The European Union, the manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the affix the mark to each product and draw up a written declaration of conformity. Marking shall be accompanied by the identification symbol of the notified body responsible for the surveillance of this annex 22, 23, 24 and 25.
17. Production, final product inspection and testing in accordance with approved manufacturer quality system pursuant to this annex, 18, 19, 20 and 21. The manufacturer is subject to supervision under this annex 22, 23, 24 and 25.
18. the manufacturer shall present his chosen notified body to evaluate the quality system for the products concerned. The application shall include: 18.1. all information relating to the category of products;
18.2. the documentation concerning the quality system;
18.3. the technical documentation of the approved type and a copy of the type-examination certificate.
19. the quality system shall ensure that the products conform to the type specified in the type-examination certificate. Guidelines adopted by the manufacturer, the requirements and regulations systematically documented plans, procedures and instructions. The quality system documentation shall ensure a quality programmes, plan, manuals and protocols accurate understanding. The documentation includes information about: 19.1. quality objectives and the organizational structure, management responsibilities and powers with regard to product quality;
19.2. the production quality control and quality assurance techniques, processes and systematic actions that will be used;
19.3. the examinations and tests that will be carried out before, during and after manufacture, and the frequency of checks;
19.4. the quality protocols (such as inspection reports, test reports and personnel qualifications);
19.5. the product quality and the quality of monitoring the efficient operation of the system.
20. The notified body shall assess the quality system to determine whether it meets this annex 19. the requirements laid down in paragraph 1. To provide for compliance with these requirements in respect of quality systems that implement the relevant harmonized standard. The Commission, in carrying out the inspection, shall be at least one member experienced as an assessor in the product technology concerned. The assessment procedure includes a visit to the manufacturer's premises. The notified body shall notify its decision to the manufacturer, the notification shall contain the examination of the opinions and the grounds for the decision of the assessment.
21. the manufacturer shall undertake to fulfil the obligations arising from the quality system as approved and to maintain the adequacy and effectiveness of the system. The European Union, the manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the inform the notified body that has approved the quality system informed of this quality system for innovations. The notified body shall evaluate the proposed changes and decide on the modified quality system compliance with paragraph 19 of this annex to the requirements or the need for repeat assessments. The notified body shall notify its decision to the manufacturer, the notification shall contain the examination of the opinions and the grounds for the decision of the assessment.
22. The notified body responsible for surveillance, to ensure that the manufacturer duly fulfils the obligations arising out of the approved quality system.
23. The manufacturer shall allow the notified body access to the locations of manufacture, inspection, testing and storage and provide all required information including: 23.1. the quality system documentation;
23.2. quality documents (such as inspection reports and test results, test reports and personnel qualifications).
24. The notified body must periodically carry out audits to make sure that the manufacturer maintains and applies the quality system and provide the manufacturer with a test report.
25. The notified body may pay unannounced visits to the manufacturer. During such visits the notified body may carry out tests to verify that the quality system is functioning correctly. The notified body must provide the manufacturer with a visit report and, if a test has been carried out, with a test report.
26. the manufacturer for at least 10 years after the last product has been manufactured, stored and, if necessary, the national authorities: 26.1. this annex, paragraph 18;
26.2. the annex referred to in paragraph 21 of the innovation;
26.3. this annex 21, 24 and 25 of the notified body referred to in decisions and reports.
27. the notified body shall, on request, be submitted to the national joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration information on issued and withdrawn the approval of the quality system.
 
1.4. the product quality assurance (module E) 28. Manufacturer serving the annex referred to in paragraph 29, provides and declares that the products concerned conform to the type-examination certificate in a specific pattern. The European Union, the manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the affix the mark to each product and draw up a written statement of compliance. Marking shall be accompanied by the identification symbol of the notified body responsible for the surveillance of this annex 34, 35, 36 and 37.
29. The final product inspection and testing in accordance with approved manufacturer quality system pursuant to this annex, 30, 31, 32 and 33. The manufacturer is subject to supervision under this annex 34, 35, 36 and 37.
30. the manufacturer shall present his choice notified body to evaluate the quality system for the products concerned. The application shall include: 30.1. information pertaining to the product category envisaged;
30.2. the documentation concerning the quality system;
30.3. the technical documentation of the approved type and a copy of the type-examination certificate.

31. In accordance with the quality system, each product is examined and appropriate tests shall be carried out to ensure its conformity with the relevant rules of international law and the requirements of this regulation. Guidelines adopted by the manufacturer, the requirements and regulations systematically documented plans, procedures and instructions. The quality system documentation shall ensure a quality programmes, plan, manuals and protocols accurate understanding. The documentation includes information about: 31.1. quality objectives and the organizational structure, management responsibilities and powers with regard to product quality;
31.2. the examinations and tests that will be carried out after manufacture;
31.3. the quality protocols (such as inspection reports, test reports and personnel qualifications).
32. The notified body shall assess the quality system to determine whether it corresponds to this annex, paragraph 31. To provide for compliance with these requirements in respect of quality systems that implement the product according to the requirements of the applicable standard. The Commission, in carrying out the inspection, shall be at least one member experienced as an assessor in the product technology concerned. The assessment procedure includes a visit to the manufacturer's premises. The notified body shall notify its decision to the manufacturer, the notification shall contain the examination of the opinions and the grounds for the decision of the assessment.
33. the manufacturer shall undertake to fulfil the obligations arising from the quality system as approved and to maintain the adequacy and effectiveness of the system. The European Union, the manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the inform the notified body that has approved the quality system informed of this quality system for innovations. The notified body shall evaluate the proposed changes and decide on the modified quality system compliance with this annex 31. the requirements laid down in paragraph 1 or repeated assessment of need. The notified body shall notify its decision to the manufacturer, the notification shall contain the examination of the opinions and the grounds for the decision of the assessment.
34. The notified body responsible for surveillance, to ensure that the manufacturer duly fulfils the obligations arising out of the approved quality system.
35. The manufacturer shall allow the notified body access to the locations of manufacture, inspection, testing and storage and provide all required information including: 21.8. quality system documentation;
35.2. technical documentation;
35.3. quality documents (such as inspection reports and test results, test reports and personnel qualifications).
36. The notified body must periodically carry out audits to make sure that the manufacturer maintains and applies the quality system and provide the manufacturer with a test report.
37. The notified body may pay unannounced visits to the manufacturer. During such visits the notified body may carry out tests to verify that the quality system is functioning correctly. The notified body must provide the manufacturer with a visit report and, if a test has been carried out, with a test report.
38. the manufacturer for at least 10 years after the last product has been manufactured, stored and, if necessary, the national authorities: 38.1. this annex 30.3. the documentation referred to in subparagraph a;
38.2. the annex referred to in paragraph 33 innovation;
23.8. this Annex 33., 36 and 37 of the notified body referred to in point decisions and reports.
39. the notified body shall, on request, be submitted to the national joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration and Ministry of transport, information on issued and withdrawn the approval of the quality system.
 
1.5. the product verification (module F) 40. the manufacturer, or the European Union authorised representative in checks and certifies that the product meets the type-examination certificate in a specific pattern.
41. the manufacturer shall take all measures necessary to ensure that the manufacturing process of the products with the type-examination certificate in a specific pattern. The manufacturer shall, on the label affixed to each product and draw up a declaration of conformity.
42. in order to ensure that the product complies with the rules of international law and the requirements of these provisions, the notified body carries out inspections and tests at the choice of the manufacturer, either by examination and testing of every product as provided for in paragraph 44 of this annex, or of the products or trials, based on statistics, as stated in paragraph 45 of this annex.
43. the manufacturer or his authorised in the European Union representative shall keep a copy of the Declaration of conformity for at least 10 years after the last product has been manufactured.
44. Each product tested and tested under the following conditions: 44.1. each product individually examined and appropriate tests shall be carried out to confirm the product meets the type-examination certificate set out in model;
44.2. notified body or cause it to be added to its identification symbol to each approved product and draw up a written certificate of conformity relating to the tests carried out;
44.3. the manufacturer, or the European Union authorised representative established in the request submitted to the notified body's certificates of conformity of national joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration".
45. The statistical test is carried out under the following conditions: 45.1. the manufacturer shall present his products produced in the form of homogeneous lots and shall take all measures necessary to ensure the integrity of all batch produced;
45.2. all products are available for examination in the form of homogeneous lots, shall be taken from each batch at random, sample the products individually examined and appropriate tests shall be carried out to ensure that the products comply with the applicable rules of international law and the requirements of these provisions, and determine if this party must confirm or reject;
45.3. the approved parties notified body accompanied by the identification symbol to each product and draw up a written certificate of conformity relating to the tests carried out;
28.2. all of this annex 45.3. referred to in a batch of products may be placed on the market except those products for which a sample is found in non-compliance;
45.5. If a lot is rejected, the notified body shall take appropriate measures so that this party would not be placed on the market;
28.3. in the event of frequent rejection of lots the notified body may suspend the statistical verification;
28.4. the manufacturer to the notified body responsible for the product can add the body's identification number during production;

28.5. a manufacturer or its registered European Union authorized representative, upon request, submit the certificate of conformity of the notified body to the State joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration".
 
1.6. verification of the individual products (module G) 46. the manufacturer ensures and declares that the product covered by this annex, the certificate referred to in paragraph 47, in conformity with the applicable international conventions and the requirements of these regulations. The European Union, the manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the product labelling imposed and draw up a declaration of conformity.
47. the notified body shall examine the individual product and carry out appropriate tests to ensure that it complies with the relevant international conventions and the requirements of this regulation. The notified body to the approved product, or cause it to be added to its ID number and draws up the certificate of conformity relating to the tests carried out.
48. The aim of the technical documentation is to enable conformity assessment rules of international law and the requirements of these provisions, as well as the understanding of product design, production and operation.
 
1.7. Full quality assurance (module H) 49. Manufacturer serving this Annex 50. the obligations set out in paragraph 1, ensures and declares that the products comply with the applicable rules of international law and the requirements of this regulation. The European Union, the manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the affix the mark to each product and draw up a written declaration of conformity. Marking shall be accompanied by the identification symbol of the notified body responsible for the surveillance of this Annex 55, 56, 57 and 58.
50. the end of the production, product inspection and tests carried out in accordance with the manufacturer's quality system is approved according to this annex, 51, 52, 53 and 54. The manufacturer is subject to supervision under this Annex 55, 56, 57 and 58.
51. the manufacturer shall present his chosen notified body to evaluate the quality system. The application shall include: 51.1. all information relating to the category of products;
51.2. the documentation concerning the quality system.
52. the quality system shall ensure that the products comply with the applicable rules of international law and the requirements of this regulation. Guidelines adopted by the manufacturer, the requirements and regulations systematically documented plans, procedures and instructions. The quality system documentation shall ensure a quality programmes, plan, manuals and protocols accurate understanding. The documentation includes information about: 52.1. the quality objectives and the organizational structure, management responsibilities and powers with regard to product quality;
52.2. the technical design specifications, including the applicable standards, and guarantee that they met the applicable rules of international law and the requirements of this regulation;
52.3. the design control and design verification techniques, processes and systematic actions that will be used in the design of the products concerned;
52.4. the corresponding manufacturing, quality control and quality assurance techniques, processes and systematic actions that will be used in the planning of the products for that category of products;
52.5. the examinations and tests that will be carried out before, during and after manufacture, and the frequency of checks;
52.6. quality protocols (such as inspection reports, test reports and personnel qualifications);
52.7. product quality and quality of monitoring the efficient operation of the system.
53. The notified body shall assess the quality system to determine whether it meets this annex 52. the requirements laid down in paragraph 1. To provide for compliance with these requirements in respect of quality systems that implement the standard of manufacture of the product. The Commission, in carrying out the inspection, shall be at least one member experienced as an assessor in the product technology concerned. The assessment procedure includes a visit to the manufacturer's premises. The notified body shall notify its decision to the manufacturer, the notification shall contain the examination of the opinions and the grounds for the decision of the assessment.
54. the manufacturer shall undertake to fulfil the obligations arising from the quality system as approved and to maintain the adequacy and effectiveness of the system. The European Union, the manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the inform the notified body that has approved the quality system informed of this quality system for innovations. The notified body shall evaluate the proposed changes and decide on the modified quality system compliance with this annex 52. the requirements laid down in paragraph 1 or repeated assessment of need. The notified body shall notify its decision to the manufacturer, the notification shall contain the examination of the opinions and the grounds for the decision of the assessment.
55. The notified body responsible for surveillance, to ensure that the manufacturer duly fulfils the obligations arising out of the approved quality system.
56. The manufacturer shall allow the notified body access to the locations of the production planning, manufacturing, inspection, testing and storage, and shall provide the notified body the required information including: 56.1. the quality system documentation;
56.2. the quality records as provided for in the product quality system planning (such as results of analyses, calculations, tests);
56.3. quality documents (such as inspection reports and test results, test reports and personnel qualifications).
57. The notified body must periodically carry out audits to make sure that the manufacturer maintains and applies the quality system and provide the manufacturer with a test report.
58. The notified body may pay unannounced visits to the manufacturer. During such visits the notified body may carry out tests or have them carried out, tests to verify that the quality system is functioning correctly. The notified body must provide the manufacturer with a visit report and, if a test has been carried out, with a test report.
59. the manufacturer for at least 10 years after the last product has been manufactured, stored and, if necessary, the national authorities: 59.1. this Annex 51.2. the documentation referred to in subparagraph;
59.2. this annex referred to in paragraph 54 of the innovation;
59.3. this Annex 54, 57 and 58 of the notified body referred to in point decisions and reports.

60. the notified body shall, on request, be submitted to the national joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration and the Ministry of transport relevant information on issued and withdrawn the approval of the quality system.
61. The construction (design) the verification shall be carried out under the following conditions: application to the design of the product. 61.1 control manufacturer with a single notified body;
61.2. information contained in the application is to be able to understand the product construction, production and operation and to assess compliance with the norms of international law and the requirements of this regulation. The application shall include: 61.2.1. technical construction specifications, indicating the testing standards used;
61.2.2. additional proof of conformity, in particular, where this provision is referred to in paragraph 1 of standard testing are not fully applied. Additional evidence includes appropriate laboratory of the manufacturer or of the manufacturer made the results of tests carried out;
38.1. the notified body shall examine the application and, if the structure corresponds to the applicable rules of international law and the requirements of this regulation, shall be issued to the applicant the design examination certificate. The certificate shall include the inspection findings, the conditions for validity of the certificate, information for identification of the approved design and, if relevant, a description of the action of the product;
61.4. the applicant shall inform the notified body that has issued the design examination certificate informed of any modification to the approved design;
61.5. If a change in the approved construction of the notified body that has issued the design examination certificate issued additional approval where such changes may affect the conformity with the norms of international law and the requirements of this regulation or the intended conditions of use of the product (in addition to the approval of the present as an annex to the original design examination certificate);
61.6. the notified body shall, on request, provide to the State joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration and for information about the Ministry of transport: 61.6.1. issued the design examination certificates and their annexes;
61.6.2. construction approvals withdrawn and additional approved you.
 
2. The technical documentation shall be submitted by the manufacturer to the notified body 62. the provisions of this chapter shall apply to all the modules laid down in this annex.
63. the technical documentation shall include the information that allows you to understand the structure of products, production processes and activities and assess compliance with the relevant rules of international law and the requirements of this regulation.
64. the documentation, in so far as it relates to assessment, include: 64.1. General description of the model;
64.2. the conceptual design, construction standards and production drawings of components, Assembly phase, chain and other objects of the scheme;
64.3. descriptions and explanations necessary for the understanding of this annex 64.2. bottom referred to drawings and schemes, including the operation of the product;
construction calculation made 64.4., objective results of the checks and the like;
64.5. test reports;
64.6. installation, use and maintenance manual;
64.7. receipts in connection with equipment that falls within the plant;
64.8. assurances and certificates relating to the production or inspection of the equipment, or management methods;
64.9. other documents that notified body can help in the assessment.
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