Amendments To The Cabinet Of Ministers Of 30 May 2000, The Regulations No 188 "equipment Electromagnetic Compatibility Rules"

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Ministru kabineta 2000.gada 30.maija noteikumos Nr.188 "Iekārtu elektromagnētiskās saderības noteikumi"

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Clarifies 21.05.2004. Latvian journal, no. 81 (3029) Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 346 in Riga 2004 20 April (pr. No 23, § 41) amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers of 30 May 2000, the regulations No 188 "equipment electromagnetic compatibility regulations" Issued in accordance with the law "on conformity assessment" article 7 1. make cabinet may 30, 2000 regulations No 188 "equipment electromagnetic compatibility rules" (Latvian journal, 2000, 201./; 2001, no. 31) the following amendments: 1. replace the text, the words "authorized institution" (fold) with the words "notified body" (fold);
1.2. make paragraph 9 by the following: "9. The Ministry of economy in cooperation with the relevant technical standards Committee recommends limited liability company" Latvian standards "Adaptive standards of the European Union.";
1.3. make paragraph 10 by the following: ' 10. Limited liability company "Latvian standards" submit for publication in the newspaper "journal" reliance of the European Union the list of the standards that you can apply this provision requirements. ";
1.4. make the paragraph 23 the introductory paragraph as follows: "23. electromagnetic compatibility of equipment conformity assessment shall be carried out by accredited conformity assessment bodies (notified body) for which accreditation published notices in the newspaper" journal ". Notified bodies shall ensure that the following minimum requirements: ";
1.5. to supplement the rules by 26.1, 26.2 and 26.3 points as follows: "26.1 market surveillance authorities shall take the following measures: 1.26.1 if in doubt about the equipment conformity with the essential requirements or the requirements of the applicable standard, the standard use of the correctness or adequacy of standards, a random check of the equipment and organised according to accredited bodies the results of the inspection provide an opinion on the conformity of the apparatus with the essential requirements;
26.1. The Ministry of economy reported 2 for inappropriate equipment for detection of and measures taken by the Administration, if found appropriate, which may be considered systematically observed error of construction equipment (construction or manufacturing). The message added that rule 26.1 1. accredited bodies referred to in the test results, findings and the effects of non-compliance assessment.
26.2 the Ministry of economy reported the findings of the European Commission of the non-compliance and measures taken.
26.3 in Latvia recognises the equipment in accordance with the concluded contracts and multinational procedures recognised by 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 Editorial Note: rules shall enter into force on 1 May 2004.