Amendments To The Cabinet Of Ministers Of 10 April 2001, Regulation No 163 Of The "rules For Installations That Use Gaseous Fuels"

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Ministru kabineta 2001.gada 10.aprīļa noteikumos Nr.163 "Noteikumi par iekārtām, kurās tiek izmantots gāzveida kurināmais"

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 357 in 2004 Riga 20 April (pr. No 23 52) amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers of 10 April 2001, Regulation No 163 of the "rules for installations that use gaseous fuel ' Issued in accordance with the law" on conformity assessment "article 7 1. make a Cabinet of 10 April 2001, Regulation No 163 of the" rules for installations that use gaseous fuels "(Latvian journal, 2001, 60 no; 2002, nr. 19) follows: 1. to delete the provision in the text the words" non-profit organization "(fold);
1.2. to replace the text, the words "authorized institution" (fold) with the words "notified body" (fold);
1.3. make point 7 and 8 by the following: "7. Conformity assessment of gas installations carried out by accredited conformity assessment bodies, on which the accreditation is published in the newspaper" Latvijas communication journal "(further-the notified body).
8. the conformity assessment bodies To be accredited gas installation for conformity assessment, it shall ensure that the following minimum requirements: 8.1. the conformity assessment body shall have at its disposal the appropriate personnel and technical equipment to be able to perform properly the technical and administrative tasks connected with inspection and surveillance procedures;
8.2. the staff responsible for the checks are: 8.2.1. appropriate professional and technical training;
8.2.2. sufficient knowledge of inspection procedures and experience in carrying out checks;
8.2.3. skills review, report and certificate in design;
8.2.4. the remuneration that is not depending on the amount of the checks or tests and results;
8.3. the conformity assessment body (also, its Director and the staff), which is responsible for the conformity assessment of the gas, not the designer, manufacturer, equipment, supplier, installer or user, or that person's authorized representative. It is free of any (financial) impact, which might influence their judgement or the results of the inspection. This applies particularly to the assessment results to interested parties. Exchange of technical information between the manufacturer, its authorized representative or the importer and the conformity assessment body is authorised;
8.4. the conformity assessment bodies staff respect the confidentiality and do not disclose information which it acquired their professional tasks, except for the information that an official request to the authorities in accordance with these rules and regulations shall monitor and control gas equipment;
8.5. the conformity assessment body shall insure its liability for the results of work which it has accredited. ";
1.4 Replace paragraph 9, the words "who have rated the competence of notified bodies" with the words "which by accredited conformity assessment bodies";
1.5. make 88. paragraph by the following: "88. to ensure that the essential requirements of gas appliances according to the penetration of the market, the market surveillance authority may restrict or prohibit the CE mark marked the insertion equipment market, which is used for its intended purpose if they pose a threat to human health, life and other social values. The market surveillance authorities shall take the following measures: 88.1. If in doubt about the gas equipment conformity with the essential requirements or the requirements of the applicable standard, the standard use of the correctness or adequacy standards, organizing equipment selection, review and provide an opinion on the compliance of equipment with the essential requirements by adding the results of the inspection;
88.2. Ministry of Economy reported on inappropriate detection of goods and measures taken by the Administration, if found appropriate, which may be considered systematically observed error of gas plant construction, construction or manufacturing. The message added that rule 88.1. documents referred to and the effects of non-compliance assessment. ';
1.6. to supplement the provisions of the following paragraph 88.1: "88.1 Ministry of Economics report for the European Commission found discrepancies and the measures taken.";
1.7. to make 89 the following: "89. Latvia recognises the gas appliances that use gaseous fuels, if in accordance with the concluded international agreements and arrangements they recognize the European Union and European economic area countries."
2. the rules shall enter into force on 1 May 2004. Prime Minister i. Emsis economic Minister j. lujans