Amendments To The Cabinet Of Ministers Of 14 September 2010 No. 873 Of The Rules "rules For The Traction, The Driver (Engineer) Qualification And Traction Driving Rights Acquisition"

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Ministru kabineta 2010.gada 14.septembra noteikumos Nr.873 "Noteikumi par vilces līdzekļa vadītāja (mašīnista) kvalifikācijas un vilces līdzekļa vadīšanas tiesību iegūšanu"

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 316 in Riga, June 16, 2015 (pr. No 29 28) amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers of 14 September 2010 No. 873 of the rules "rules for the traction, the driver (engineer) qualification and traction driving rights acquisition" Issued in accordance with the law "About the regulated professions and the recognition of professional qualifications" 20. the third paragraph of article 37.1 of the Railway Act, the seventh subparagraph of article 1 and eighth 1. make Cabinet 2010 September 14, Regulation No 873 "rules for traction (the engineer) qualification and traction driving rights acquisition" (Latvian journal 160. nr., 2010; 81. in 2012, no.) the following amendments: 1. replace paragraph 29, the number and the word "the" in paragraph 2 by the number and the word "chapter II"; 1.2. to replace 45.2.2. subparagraph 43.2.2. and the number and the words "in paragraph 9" with numbers and the words "in paragraphs 10 and 11; 1.3. replace 46.2 points in words and numbers "that rule 4 of the annex referred to in paragraph 10.2. fourth level" with the words "and the level B2 of the Council of Europe created the single European language skills of the system (CEFR) scale"; 1.4. the supplement to chapter XI of the following paragraph 83: "83. Person is valid for traction (the engineer) certificate of competency, derived by 2015. through December 31, you don't have to sort the theoretical exam according to the rules referred to in annex 2 of the comprehensive professional knowledge of the topic."; 1.5. make informative reference to European Union directives as follows: "Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 October 2007 by Directive 2007/59/EC on the certification of train drivers operating locomotives and trains on the railway system in the community; 2) Commission 2014 24 June 2014/82/EU directive amending European Parliament and Council Directive 2007/59/EC as regards the General professional knowledge and medical requirements and the requirements of the certificate. "; 1.6. make annex 2 as follows: "annex 2 Cabinet 2010 September 14, Regulation No 873 thrust the driver (engineer) of the acquisition of the licence requirements and required general professional knowledge i. General requirements 1 General professional knowledge learning goal is to build a general competence in all aspects, which are important for traction (the engineer) in the profession. General professional knowledge learning focused on the basic knowledge and fundamentals that are applicable no matter what the railway rolling stock or infrastructure type and characteristics. It can organize free coaching. 2. general jurisdiction does not include the knowledge of a specific type of rolling stock safety and operational requirements and methods in a particular railway infrastructure. General professional knowledge learning, creating competence for certain types of rolling stock or railway infrastructure refers to the traction, the driver (engineer) certificate and is specified in this provision in annex 3 and 4. 3. The General professional knowledge learning in chapter II of this annex covers the selected topic (topic not consecutively ordered by importance). 4. in chapter II of this annex used verb indicates the nature of competence where learning is expected of students. Their explanation is this: No.  p. k. Description of the essence of competence 4.1. You know, to be able to describe the point of knowledge (data, in fact), you need to understand the relationships of 4.2. To understand, to be able to identify points on the ability to identify and memorize context tasks and problem solving within the System II. General professional knowledge of topics tractive 5 the driver (engineer) of the work, the work environment, the traction, the driver (engineer) of the task and the responsibility of rail operations process, professional and personal requirements, which include traction (engineer's) responsibilities: 5.1 you are familiar with the railway and the safety regulations applicable rules (requirements and procedures in relation to traction, the driver (engineer) certification , dangerous goods, environmental protection, fire protection, etc.); 5.2. to understand the special, professional and individual requirements (working mostly alone, a 24-hour shift work, personal protection and security, read and update the document, etc.); 5.3. to understand what behavior is permissible, fulfilling important security-related responsibilities, and how it affects drug, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substance abuse, illness, stress, fatigue, etc.; 5.4. to be able to identify the reference and working documents (such as statements, route description, traction, the driver (engineer) of the Guide); 5.5. to be able to identify the people involved in the duties and functions; 5.6. to understand and to comply with labour protection requirements and precision in the performance of job responsibilities and using working methods; 5.7. be familiar with the occupational health and safety issues, the principles of ergonomics, employee safety regulations, personal protective equipment selection and use, as well as to comply with labour protection instructions (safe working methods, safe conduct on the track and their near and safe traction use, etc.); 5.8. be familiar with the skills and principles of behaviour (stress management, emergencies, etc.); 5.9. you are familiar with the principles of protection of the environment (sustainable management of the train, etc.). 6. Railway technologies, including safety principles, which are based on operating rules: 6.1. be familiar with the principles and rules relating to railway safety; 6.2. to be able to identify the people involved in the duties and functions. 7. the guiding principles of the railway infrastructure: 7.1 know the systematic and structural principles and parameters; 7.2. you are familiar with the track, stations and marshalling yards of major features; 7.3. you are familiar with the railway structures (such as bridges, tunnels, crossings); 7.4. you are familiar with the operating modes (one and two of operation of track mode, etc.); 7.5. to manage the signaling and train movement management system; 7.6. be familiar with the safety equipment (hot axle box detection devices, smoke detectors in tunnels, etc.); 7.7. you are familiar with traction (catenary, the kontaktslied, etc.). 8. Operational communication principles: 8.1. be familiar with the importance of communication, means of communication and procedures; 8.2. to be able to identify persons with which the traction for the driver (driver) contact, and their tasks and responsibilities (railway infrastructure managers, railway employees other job responsibilities, etc.); 8.3. to be able to identify the root causes of the situation/communication when needed; 8.4. to understand communication techniques. 9. the trains, their composition and technical requirements for traction units, wagons, passenger wagons and other rolling stock: 9.1. be familiar with the common types of traction (electric, diesel, steam traction, etc.); 9.2. be able to describe the scheme traction (cart, superstructure, propulsion, the driver (engineer) stall, protection systems, etc.); 9.3. you are familiar with the content and labelling systems; 9.4. you are familiar with the composition of the train; 9.5. you know the brake systems and their efficiency calculations; 9.6. be able to identify the train speed; 9.7. to be able to identify the maximum loads and forces the connector; 6.1. you know the train's control system and target. 10. With the railway-related possible threats: 10.1 understand the principles governing traffic safety; 10.2. manage to railway operation and the various associated risks means that risk prevention; 10.3. you are familiar with security-related incidents and to understand how to act/react; 10.4. you are familiar with the procedures applicable in the event of accidents involved (e.g. evacuations). 11. the basic principles of understanding Physics: 11.1. to understand what forces are acting on the wheel; 11.2. to be able to identify the factors that affect the acceleration and braking efficiency (weather conditions, braking system, reduce adhesion, use sanding, etc.); 11.3 you understand the principles of electricity (electrical circuits, voltage measurement, etc.). "; 1.7. put 4. Chapter VIII of the annex by the following: "VIII. Language skills testing

9. the traction for the driver (driver) who contact the railway infrastructure manager, essential security, railway infrastructure managers in the specific language skills. 10. Traction (the engineer) language skills are at a level so that he could communicate actively and effectively in routine, as well as in complex emergency situations. Traction (Stoker) embraced the Commission's November 14, 2012 in 2012/757/decision of the EU concerning the technical specification for interoperability relating to the railway system of the European Union "and traffic control" subsystem and amending Decision 2007/756/EC describes the messages and communication method. 11. Traction (the engineer) language skills allow him to understand (listening and reading) information and communicate (orally and in writing) according to the level B1 of the Council of Europe created the single European language skills of the system (CEFR) scale. " 2. the rules shall enter into force on January 1, 2016. The Prime Minister is a Rashness Newsletters traffic Minister of matīss Anrij