Electromagnetic Compatibility Of Equipment Rules

Original Language Title: Iekārtu elektromagnētiskās saderības noteikumi

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 208 in 2016 (12 April. No 17 2) equipment electromagnetic compatibility Regulations Issued in accordance with the law "on conformity assessment" article 7 of the first and the second part 1. General questions 1. determines the electromagnetic compatibility essential requirements the equipment on the market and the compliance monitoring mechanisms, as well as the bodies that carry out market surveillance, and the order in which to market surveillance. 2. the terms used in the rules: 2.1 equipment: any apparatus or fixed installation; 2.2. the apparatus: any finished appliance or combination thereof that is offered to the market as a single functional unit, intended for the end user and liable to generate electromagnetic disturbance or whose functioning can be affected by such disturbance; 2.3. fixed installation – various types of apparatus and, where appropriate, other devices set combination, which assembled and installed at a designated place where it is intended to be used to constantly; 2.4. electromagnetic compatibility – equipment could operate the electromagnetic environment of this rule 2.5. referred to without introducing intolerable electromagnetic disturbances to other equipment in that environment; 2.5. electromagnetic interference – any electromagnetic phenomenon which may degrade the performance of equipment; an electromagnetic disturbance may be electromagnetic noise, an unwanted signal or a change in the electromagnetic wave propagation in the environment; 2.6. immunity-the ability of the equipment in the presence of an electromagnetic disturbance-free to operate as intended; 2.7. safety requirements – needs to protect human life or property; 2.8. electromagnetic environment – all electromagnetic phenomena observable in a given location; 2.9. the market-economic activities to supply the apparatus or not for its distribution or use within the Union; 2.10. the placing on the market-the first to offer the market the European Union machine; 2.11. the manufacturer-the natural or legal person who manufactures a machine or apparatus which is designed or manufactured and marketed this machine with your own name or trade mark; 2.12. the authorized representative: the natural or legal person established in the European Union and has received a written mandate of the manufacturer to act on his behalf in relation to specified tasks; 2.13. importer: the natural or legal person carrying out economic activities in the European Union and the European Union market apparatus of a third country; 2.14. Distributor: the natural or legal person in the supply chain, other than the manufacturer or importer and which machines offer the market; 2.15. the persons involved – the manufacturer, the authorised representative, the importer and the Distributor; 2.16. technical specification-a document that lays down the technical requirements which correspond to the machine; 2.17. the notified body – accredited by the national accreditation bodies of the conformity assessment bodies of the apparatus, which is notified to the European Commission in accordance with the laws and regulations on the procedures for the notification of the Commission creates, as well as the order in which the Commission takes a decision and shall notify the European Commission of conformity assessment bodies performing conformity assessment of regulated sphere, or other Member States of the European Union or European economic area announced machine conformity assessment body; 2.18. revocation, any measure that aims to get back to the machine that has been offered to the end user; 2.19. the withdrawal, any measure aimed at preventing the supply chain offering an apparatus on the market; 2.20. the CE conformity marking-marking, by which the manufacturer indicates that the apparatus meets the applicable requirements set out in regulations, which provide for the imposition of this label. 3. These provisions shall not apply to: 3.1. equipment covered by the regulations on radio equipment, electronic communications network Terminal and air navigation equipment; 3.2. radio equipment used by radio, if radio equipment is not available on the market; 3.3. facilities for physical characteristics, is unable to create or supplement the electromagnetic radiation that is higher than the level at which operating radio equipment, electronic equipment or other equipment, and whose activities could not appreciably degrade when using this equipment, electromagnetic interference occurs; 3.4. after the evaluation of individual custom made kits, intended for use only in the research and development facilities; 3.5. the rules referred to in point 3.2 components of radio sets for use (Mount), as well as amateur radio equipment offered and that amateur radio in the redesigned their needs (they do not consider the facilities offered in the market). 4. in applying these rules, the apparatus is also considered: 4.1 components or sub-assemblies that are intended to be included in the end user machine, which can cause electromagnetic interference or whose functioning can be affected by electromagnetic interference; 4.2. mobile complexes, which are apparatus and, where applicable, other devices, which are intended to move or use in several places. 5. the equipment complies with the applicable standards or parts requirements, references to which have been published in the official journal of the European Union, shall be deemed to be appropriate in these regulations the following essential requirements covered by those standards or parts thereof. 6. The national standardisation body shall publish in its list of the standards applicable in tīmekļvietn, which adapted the national standard. 7. the market surveillance authority, carrying out market surveillance apparatus, within the meaning of these provisions is the consumer rights protection centre. Supervisory body to monitor inpatient complexes, which may cause harmful interference to radio communications, the meaning of these provisions is the electronic statutory body responsible for the clearance and the source of radio interference suppression, make decisions about prevention of the disturbance. 2. Essential requirements for equipment in the design and manufacture of 8 equipment take into account scientific and technical developments, to ensure that they comply with the following essential requirements: 8.1 the electromagnetic disturbance generated does not exceed the level above which radio equipment, electronic equipment or other equipment could no longer work as intended by the manufacturer; 8.2. the resistance to electromagnetic interference, which is to be expected when using the equipment in the form provided, is sufficient to enable them to work without deterioration. 9. Stationary complexes assembled using good technology practices (industry professional organizations proposed the use of technology in the production), which the document, as well as accurately following the manufacturer's instructions and the information provided on the part of the complex (and devices) intended use to ensure compliance of the fixed installation this provision set out in point 8 the essential requirements. 10. Authorised for the placing on the market and to offer, as well as putting to use only equipment, installed or used according to intended, to meet the requirements of this regulation. 11. Trade fairs, exhibitions and similar events allowed exhibit equipment that does not meet the requirements of this regulation, unless there is a conspicuous sign clearly indicates that such equipment may not be placed on the market and to operate, as long as there is compliance with the requirements of this regulation. Installations may be played only if there are appropriate measures to prevent electromagnetic interference. 3. responsibilities of the parties involved at 12. market surveillance authorities shall provide information on request, including: 12.1. all other stakeholders that they supplied the apparatus; 12.2. all other involved persons that they supplied. 13. the parties concerned shall ensure that the provisions of paragraph 12 of the availability of information to the supervisory authority of the market 10 years after they delivered or supplied the machines. 3.1. The manufacturer's obligations within the meaning of this provision 14, importer and distributor shall be considered a manufacturer and has responsibilities laid down in this chapter, if the manufacturer of the apparatus placed on the market under his name or trademark or modifies apparatus placed on the market in a way that may affect the conformity of the apparatus with the requirements laid down in these provisions. 15. machines are placed on the market, the manufacturer shall ensure that they are designed and produced according to the rules set out in Chapter 2 of the essential requirements. 16. the manufacturer shall draw up the rules referred to in annex 1 technical documentation and carry out the rules set out in Chapter 4 of the conformity assessment procedure in question or ensure that it is carried out. 17. where the conformity assessment procedure has been proven that the machine complies with the applicable requirements, the manufacturer shall draw up a declaration of conformity and affix to the machine the CE marking of conformity. 18. the manufacturer shall keep the technical documentation and Declaration of conformity for 10 years after placing the apparatus on the market. 19. Series production manufacturer establish control procedures, to ensure continued compliance with the apparatus requirements of this regulation, and shall take due account of changes in the structure or apparatus characteristics, as well as the applicable standards or other technical specifications, which are the basis of the conformity of the apparatus certified requirements of these provisions. 20. The manufacturer shall ensure that apparatus is placed on the market are labelled, specifying a type, batch or serial number. 21. the manufacturer of the apparatus shall indicate their name or registered trade mark and the address at which they can be contacted. If this is not possible, contact indicated on the packaging or in a document accompanying the apparatus. 22. the manufacturer shall ensure that the machine is connected to the manual and Chapter 7 of these rules listed in the national language. Instructions and other information, as well as on the machine specified information is clear and understandable. 23. the manufacturer who believes or has reason to believe that the machine, which has been put on the market, it does not meet the requirements of these regulations, shall immediately take the corrective action, to ensure compliance with the provisions of the instrument or, if necessary, to recall or withdraw it from the market. If the machine creates the risk, manufacturers shall immediately inform the market surveillance authority, giving details, in particular, of the non-compliance and of the corrective actions taken. 24. the market surveillance authorities on request the manufacturer to provide it with all necessary information and documentation in the national language, to demonstrate compliance with this provision of the apparatus. 25. the market surveillance authorities shall cooperate with the request of the manufacturer, the market surveillance authority to prevent machines on the market risks. 3.2. The authorised representative of the manufacturer with 26 written mandate may appoint authorised representative. This provision is not included in the mandate of the 15, 16 and 17 of these duties. Authorised representative shall carry out at least the following: 26.1 10 years following the placing on the market of the apparatus kept the market available to the supervisory authority a declaration of conformity and the technical documentation; 26.2. upon reasoned request, the market surveillance authorities shall provide all the information and documentation necessary to demonstrate the conformity of the apparatus; 26.3. subject to authorisation by the market surveillance authority shall cooperate with the market surveillance authorities, to prevent risks for the apparatus. 3.3. the importer's obligations 27. importers placed on the market according to the requirements of this regulation apparatus. 28. before placing the apparatus on the market importers shall ensure that the manufacturer has made this provision as referred to in Chapter 4 the conformity assessment procedure, prepared by the appropriate technical documentation, labelled with the CE conformity marking machine, add the required documentation, as well as 20 of these regulations are met and referred to in paragraph 21. 29. importers who consider or have reason to believe that the apparatus does not meet the essential requirements, the machine shall not be placed on the market, so is not in compliance with. If the machine presents a risk, the importer shall inform the manufacturer and the market surveillance authorities. 30. The importer on the apparatus shall indicate their name, registered trade mark and the address at which they can be contacted. If this is not possible, this information shall be indicated on the packaging or in a document accompanying the apparatus. 31. The importer shall ensure that the machine is connected to the package leaflet and that rule 55, the information referred to in paragraph in the national language. 32. The importer shall ensure that, while it is responsible for the machine, storage or transport conditions do not adversely affect the conformity of the apparatus, these rules set out in Chapter 2, with the essential requirements. 33. importers who consider or have reason to believe that the machine, which has been put on the market, it does not meet the requirements of these regulations, shall immediately take the corrective action, to ensure compliance with the provisions of the instrument or, if necessary, to recall or withdraw it from the market. If the machine creates a risk, importers shall immediately inform the market surveillance authority, giving details, in particular, of the non-compliance and corrective actions taken. 34. The importer, 10 years after the placing on the market of the apparatus kept the market surveillance authorities available a copy of the Declaration of conformity, as well as the market surveillance authority shall ensure the availability of technical documentation. 35. the market surveillance authorities on request, the importer shall provide it with all necessary information and documentation in the national language, to demonstrate compliance with this provision of the apparatus. 36. the market surveillance authorities shall cooperate with the request of the importer, the market surveillance authority to prevent machines on the market risks. 3.4. Reseller's obligations 37. Offering on the market, distributors shall act with appropriate diligence to comply with the requirements of this regulation. 38. before the apparatus on the market, distributors shall ensure that apparatus is marked with the CE marking of conformity, it is added to the documentation, instructions for use and the provisions of Chapter 7 of the information referred to in the language of the country, as well as producer is subject to the rule in paragraph 20 and 21 the above requirements and is subject to the rule referred to in paragraph 30. 39. distributors who consider or have reason to believe that the apparatus does not comply with the rules set out in Chapter 2, the essential requirements are not placed on the market, to a match. If the machine creates a risk, the distributor shall inform the manufacturer or the importer and the market surveillance authorities. 40. The distributor shall ensure that, while it is responsible for the machine, storage or transport conditions do not adversely affect the conformity of the apparatus, these rules set out in Chapter 2, with the essential requirements. 41. distributors who consider or have reason to believe that the machine, which it has offered on the market do not meet the requirements of this regulation, ensure that the necessary remedial action to ensure compliance with the provisions of the instrument or, if necessary, to recall or withdraw it from the market. If the machine creates a risk, distributors shall immediately inform the market surveillance authority, giving details, in particular, of the non-compliance and corrective actions taken. 42. the market surveillance authorities on request the Distributor it provides all necessary information and documentation in the national language, to prove the conformity of the apparatus requirements of these provisions. 43. the market surveillance authorities shall cooperate with the request of distributor market supervisory authority in order to prevent the apparatus on the market risks. 4. The conformity assessment procedures the conformity of the apparatus 44. This provision is set out in Chapter 2, the essential requirements the manufacturer declares, using one of the in this chapter the following conformity assessment procedures: 44.1. internal production control as set out in annex 1 to these rules; 44.2. the EU type examination, which determines the type of compliance, based on the rules set out in annex 1. internal production control. 45. A manufacturer may choose to limit this rule 44.2. the procedures referred to in the application only on some aspects of the essential requirements provided that, with respect to other aspects of the essential requirements applied this rule 44.1. the procedure referred to in point. 5. Declaration of conformity the Declaration of conformity for 46. indicates that the apparatus is demonstrated compliance with the rules set out in Chapter 2, with the essential requirements. 47. The Declaration of conformity shall be drawn up according to the provisions in annex 2 of the specimen. Declaration of conformity accompanied by the required information from the relevant conformity assessment procedures, and regularly updated. The Declaration of conformity shall be drawn up in the Member States of the European Union language (or languages) in which the machine is placed or offered on the market. 48. If the apparatus covers more than one measure, in which the Declaration of conformity, prepares one for the Declaration of conformity with all the applicable laws and regulations, which establish harmonised conditions for the marketing of goods. Declaration of conformity indicates the relevant laws, rules, which establish harmonised conditions for the marketing of goods, and references to their publications. 49. in drawing up a declaration of conformity, the manufacturer shall assume responsibility for the compliance of the apparatus the requirements laid down in these provisions. 6. Marking 50. the CE marking of conformity applies general principles, the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 July 2008. Regulation (EC) no 765/2008 setting out the requirements for accreditation and market surveillance relating to the marketing of products and repealing Regulation (EEC) No 339/93 (hereinafter Regulation No 765/2008), article 30. 51. The CE marking of conformity in clearly visible, legible and indelible manner on each point machine or information boards. If the marking is not possible or not warranted on account of the nature of the apparatus, it shall be indicated on the packaging and accompanying documents. 52. The CE conformity marking on the apparatus indicates before release onto the market. 7. Machine plug-in information 53. apparatus shall be accompanied by information on any special precautions that, mounted, installed, use the apparatus or carrying out maintenance, must be followed to ensure that the machine, placing it into service complies with this provision 8. essential requirements referred to in paragraph 1. 54. the apparatus for which compliance with this provision 8. essential requirements referred to in paragraph 1 are not residential areas, accompanied by a clear indication (where appropriate, on the packaging), its use is limited in this way. 55. The information necessary to register to use according to the intended purpose instructions accompanying the apparatus inserted. 8. Fixed installations 56., offered the apparatus on the market and which can be included in the fixed installation, apply all relevant requirements for apparatus intended for those provisions. 57. These rules 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 in chapter requirements are not mandatory for apparatus intended for fixed installation in question include, and which is not otherwise offered in the market. 58. If the machine is to be marketed by a fixed installation, the accompanying documents, in particular hospital complex and its electromagnetic compatibility parameters, as well as precautionary measures to be taken to include the hospital complex of the apparatus, without compromising the complex. Reference also includes these rules 20, 21, and the information referred to in paragraph 30. 59. A Person who is in possession of fixed installation (hereinafter possessor): 59.1. keep that paragraph 9 of the provisions referred to in documentation as long as operating stationary complex, and presented it to the surveillance authority at the request of the supervisory authorities. If the documentation is not presented, believe that the stationary package does not meet the requirements of this regulation; 59.2. cooperate with the supervisory bodies and, at its request, take corrective action for possession of the existing hospital complex, in order to ensure the compliance of the fixed installation rules laid down in Chapter 2 of the essential requirements. 60. If the possessor is not even set up stationary, fixed installation package installer provides the holder this rule 9, paragraph documentation. 9. the requirements notified body 61. The notified body shall meet the following requirements: 61.1. the institution has legal personality, and it acts as a third party that is independent of the economic operator (associations), which AIDS its assessed; 61.2. the institution has shown its independence and the absence of a conflict of interest, if it is a member of the Association or Foundation (member), associated with the estimate of machine design, manufacture, supply, installation, use or maintenance; 38.1. the institution's management and employee responsible for conformity assessment, neither the machine designer, manufacturer, supplier, Installer, purchaser, owner, user or attendant or their authorized representatives. This does not prevent them from using the estimated AIDS activities of conformity assessment bodies, or for personal purposes; 61.4. the institution's management and employee responsible for conformity assessment, is not directly connected to this receiver design, manufacture or construction, the marketing, installation, use, or service and do not represent the parties engaged in these activities; 61.5. the institution's management and staff shall not engage in activities (particularly in consulting), which may conflict with their independence and fairness of the decision in relation to the institution for evaluation activities; 61.6. the institution shall ensure that its affiliates and subcontractors do not affect the operation of conformity assessment confidentiality, objectivity and impartiality; 38.3. the institution and its staff in the conformity assessment shall be carried out in good faith and is a professional, technically competent. The personnel are free from any influences (especially financial) for their decisions or results of the conformity assessment, especially from persons or groups of persons with an interest in the impact of conformity assessment; 38.4. the institution's ability to carry out all the conformity assessment tasks mentioned in annex 1 of these rules 2 and 3 of section and in respect of which it has been notified, whether these tasks are carried out by the same body or are made on its behalf, under the responsibility of the authority; the institution according to the activities 61.9. conformity assessment procedures, and measurable forms of apparatus are: 61.9.1. necessary personnel with technical expertise and appropriate experience to perform the conformity assessment activities; 61.9.2. Description of the procedures, in accordance with which conformity assessment carried out, ensuring the transparency and the ability to repeat this procedure. The institution is designed according to the policies and procedures to the tasks it carries out as a notified body is separated from the other activities; 61.9.3. operation procedures that take into account the economic size of the offender, the industry in which it operates, its structure, the machine manufacturing technology complexity and the mass or serial nature of the production process; 61.10. the institution has the necessary means to enable it to perform properly the technical and administrative tasks connected with conformity assessment activities, and have access to all the necessary equipment and facilities; No 61.11. institutions of the staff responsible for carrying out conformity assessment activities are: 61.11.1. technical and professional training in all the conformity assessment activities; 61.11.2. got a knowledge of the requirements for the activities to the conformity assessment activities and appropriate powers; 61.11.3. got a knowledge and understanding of the essential requirements, applicable standards, applicable laws and regulations, which establish harmonised conditions for the marketing of goods; 61.11.4. the ability to draw up the certificates, records and reports to the conformity assessment; No 61.12. supported institutions, its management and employees, making the impartiality of the conformity assessment activities; no institution management and. compensation of employees, which carry out conformity assessment activities, does not depend on the number of assessments carried out or on the results; 61.14. institution of civil liability is insured for the activities which it is empowered to make; 61.15. conformity assessment bodies comply with the staff of professional confidentiality with regard to all information gained in carrying out the conformity assessment activities, with the exception of information that is provided to the market surveillance authorities; 61.16. the institution participates in standardization activities and in the European Commission notified bodies in the working groups on AIDS or ensure that information on these activities is available to its employees. The institution in its activities as guidelines used by the notified body working groups prepare for decisions and documents. 62. If a notified body certifies its compliance with the criteria laid down in the relevant applicable standards or parts thereof, the references to which have been published in the official journal of the European Union, it is deemed appropriate that provision in paragraph 61 above requirements, to the extent applicable standards cover those requirements. 63. If a notified body shall conclude a contract with the subcontractor on the specific conformity assessment tasks or those tasks, the transfer of the branch, it shall ensure that the subcontractor and the branch meets this rule 62. the requirements referred to in paragraph 1 and shall inform the Commission of the notification that is created in accordance with the laws and regulations on the procedures for the notification of the Commission creates, as well as the order in which the Commission takes a decision and shall notify the European Commission of conformity assessment bodies carrying out the assessment of conformity with the regulated sphere. The notified body shall assume full responsibility for the subcontractors and affiliates activity. 64. The notified body shall transfer a specific conformity assessment activity or branch of a subcontractor, with the consent of the customer. 65. The notified body shall keep the documents for subcontractors and affiliates and their competence assessment activities, the conformity assessment activities for the document to be available in the notification to the Commission. 66. The notified body shall carry out conformity assessments in accordance with the provisions of annex 1 2 and 3 of the conformity assessment procedures laid down in chapter. 67. the notified body in the conformity assessment shall be carried out in a proportionate, avoiding unnecessary burdens for the persons concerned, taking into account the sector of activity, organisational structure, the degree of complexity of the apparatus and the mass production process or the nature of the series, while maintaining the requirements and the level of protection necessary to meet this requirement the machine requirements. 68. If a notified body finds that the manufacturer has not adhered to the essential requirements or the corresponding applicable standards or other technical specifications laid down in the essential requirements, it shall require the manufacturer to take appropriate measures to remedy the non-compliance, and issue a certificate. 69. If the conformity of the apparatus, monitors these regulations upon issuance of the certificate, a notified body finds that the machine no longer meets the requirements of this regulation, it shall require the manufacturer to take appropriate measures to remedy the non-compliance, and if there is a risk to the health and safety of consumers, suspend or revoke certificate. 70. If corrective action is not taken or it does not produce the desired results, the notified body accordingly, limit, suspend or revoke the certificate. 71. The notified body shall inform the Ministry of economy on: 71.1. any refusal of the certificate, the restriction, suspension or withdrawal; 71.2. any circumstances affecting the scope of the notice and conditions; 71.3. any market surveillance authorities requesting information regarding conformity assessment activities; 71.4. carried out conformity assessment activities notify sphere and other transactions, including cross-border activities and subcontracting (upon request). 72. The notified body shall provide the relevant information concerning the negative and, on request, positive conformity assessment results to the other notified bodies which carry out similar conformity assessment activities covering the same apparatus. 10.73. Market surveillance market surveillance Apparatus carried out these rules laid down in section 7. 74. under the supervision of the market applicable to the apparatus of the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 July 2008. Regulation No 765/2008 setting out the requirements for accreditation and market surveillance relating to the marketing of products and repealing Regulation (EEC) No 339/93, paragraph 3 of article 15 and in article 16-29. 75. the manufacturer and importer to market surveillance authorities request technical documentation or a translation of the part in the national language. The market surveillance authority, requiring the submission of technical documentation, as well as part of the translation determines the deadline of 30 days, if it is not necessary to establish a shorter term for a serious and immediate risk detection. 76. The notified body by the market surveillance authority shall provide information on the certificates which it has granted, refused or withdrawn, including providing test reports and technical documentation. 77. the interested party concerned have the responsibility of market surveillance authorities within a certain time limit (which is commensurate with the risks of non-compliance) to prevent non-compliance, if the market surveillance authority finds that any of the following administrative irregularities: 77.1. The CE conformity marking does not comply with these provisions in Chapter 6; 77.2. CE conformity marking is missing; 77.3. This provision is missing 20 and 21 in a specific label or is not relevant; 77.4. not prepared or is preparing a declaration of conformity; 77.5. technical documentation is not available or it is incomplete; 20. these provisions 77.6. and information specified in paragraph 30 is not specified, it is incorrect or incomplete; 77.7. not satisfied other provisions 3.1 and 3.3 of this subsection in particular administrative requirements. 78. where the market surveillance authority finds that the machine creates a risk to the public interest, it shall, taking account of the risks of the apparatus, the apparatus of the evaluation carried out, covering all the laid down in these provisions. Parties are obliged to cooperate with the above-mentioned evaluation of market supervisory authority. 79. the person Involved by the market surveillance authorities and the prescribed time limit, which is proportionate to the risks of non-compliance, are obliged to take all the necessary corrective measures to ensure the conformity of the apparatus the requirements of these regulations or, if necessary, revoke or withdraw it from the market, as well as to communicate the findings of the relevant notified body, if that rule 78 register referred to in paragraph evaluation the market surveillance authority finds one of the following situations: 79.1. the apparatus does not meet the requirements laid down in these provisions; 79.2. the apparatus shall meet the requirements laid down in these provisions, however, poses a risk to the public interest. 80. If the person involved in market surveillance authorities within the time limits which are commensurate with the risks of non-compliance does not prevent this provision 77. non-compliance referred to in paragraph 1 or fails to fulfil this provision 79. the obligations laid down in points, the market surveillance authority may adopt a decision in accordance with the laws and regulations on the safety of goods and services by restricting the placing of the apparatus or the placing on the market or, if necessary, reference to, or removing it from the market. 11. cooperation with the European Commission and the Member States of the European Union 81. Where the market surveillance authority has reason to believe that the machine, which made this provision in paragraph 78 that assessment and found that it does not meet the requirements of these provisions, there are also other Member States of the European Union, the market surveillance authority, obtaining all the necessary information, shall promptly inform the European Commission and the other Member States of the European Union on the results of the assessment, and market surveillance authorities laid down measures to be taken, specifying all the necessary details including: 81.1. the identification of the apparatus the necessary information; 81.2. details of the apparatus; 81.3. nature and non-compliance risks; 81.4. specific information on the nature of the measures to be taken and duration, as well as relevant stakeholders explanations and arguments; 81.5. information about the nature of non-compliance (non-conformity of the apparatus with the essential requirements or the lack of applicable standards). 82. If, within three months after this point 81 of the rules for the provision of information referred to in any of the Member States of the European Union or the European Commission has not objected to the market surveillance authorities laid down measures to be taken, it is considered reasonable. 83. If the European Commission decides that market surveillance authorities the measures are unjustified, they are irrevocable. 84. where the market surveillance authority receives this provision set out in paragraph 81 information from another Member State of the European Union, it shall immediately inform the European Commission and the other Member States of the European Union on the measures taken and give the information about the non-conformity of the apparatus, as well as inform on their objections, if it does not agree with the other European Union market surveillance authorities for specific measures to be taken. 12. concluding issues 85. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of Ministers of 20 June 2006 no. 483, the provisions of the "regulations on electromagnetic compatibility" (Latvian journal, 2006, 97. no 2012, No 31;). 86. the equipment placed on the market until the date of entry into force of the provisions, may be placed on the market unless they comply with the Cabinet of Ministers of 20 June 2006 no. 483 of the regulations "regulations on electromagnetic compatibility". 87. To this provision for the entry into force of the certificates issued and decisions taken by the notified bodies have issued pursuant to 20 June 2006 no. 483 of the regulations "regulations on electromagnetic compatibility" is valid until the expiry of the period specified therein. 88. the provisions shall enter into force on 20 April 2016. Informative reference to European Union directives, the provisions included in the law arising from the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 February 2014 2014 30/directive/EU on the harmonization of the laws of the Member States relating to electromagnetic compatibility. Prime Minister Māris kučinskis Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of economy of 1. Ašeraden Arvil annex Cabinet 2016 April 12, Regulation No 208 conformity assessment procedures 1. Internal production control (module A) 1. Internal production control is the conformity assessment procedure, which is the Executive producer of this annex 2., 3., 4., 5., 6., 7. the obligations laid down in paragraph 1, as well as on his own responsibility, ascertain and certify that the apparatus meets the requirements of these regulations. 2. the manufacturer shall assess the machine's electromagnetic compatibility on the basis of these rules laid down in Chapter 2 of the essential requirements, to comply with the provisions referred to in point 8 of the essential requirements. 3. Evaluating electromagnetic compatibility, consider all under normal conditions of use envisaged. If the machine is possible in different configurations, the electromagnetic compatibility assessment shall confirm whether the apparatus meets the essential requirements of safety in all possible configurations, which the manufacturer presented as one that describes the intended usage. 4. the manufacturer shall establish the technical documentation. Documentation to assess the compliance of the apparatus with the relevant requirements, and shall include an adequate hazard (s) analysis and assessment. The technical documentation shall specify the applicable requirements and, so far as is necessary for the assessment, includes equipment design, manufacture and operation. The technical documentation shall, if possible, at least the following elements: 4.1 General description of the apparatus; 4.2. contests and drawings, production of components, sub-assemblies, circuits and other power schemes. 4.3. the descriptions and explanations necessary for the said drawings and schemes and the operation of the understanding of the apparatus; 4.4. it in full or in part, a list of the standards applied to which reference has been published in the official journal of the European Union. If the applicable standards referred to are not appropriate, descriptions of the solutions adopted to meet the provisions of the apparatus with the essential requirements, including other relevant technical specifications listing. If the applicable standards have been applied, the technical documentation shall specify the parts of the standard; 4.5. perform calculations and checks on the project, as well as other results; 4.6. test reports. 5. The manufacturer shall take all measures necessary in order that the manufacturing process and its monitoring ensure conformity of the manufactured machines to this annex referred to in paragraph 4, the technical documentation and with the requirements contained in these provisions, which apply to it. 6. the manufacturer shall affix the CE marking to each individual machine that meets the applicable requirements of these regulations. 7. the manufacturer shall draw up and keep the machine model, the EU Declaration of conformity and the availability of the national authorities for 10 years after placing the apparatus on the market. EU conformity declaration identifies the equipment model that it prepared. 8. the EU a copy of the Declaration of conformity on request, make available to the relevant authorities. 9. the authorised representative of the manufacturer's task and responsibility to fulfil the obligations of the manufacturer can set out in this annex, 6, 7 and 8, provided that they are specified in the mandate. 2. the EU type-examination (module B) 10. EU type examination is the part of a conformity assessment procedure whereby a notified body checks in the design phase of the project and the technical apparatus ensure and certify that the apparatus the technical design meets the provisions in point 8.1 and 8.2. 11. the EU type examination is carried out as the machine's technical project conformity assessment, the evaluation of this annex referred to in paragraph 12 of the technical documentation and supporting evidence, not taking the sample test (project type). 12. the application of the EU type-examination shall be submitted only one producer in the notified body of his choice. The application shall contain the following information and documentation: 12.1. name and address of the manufacturer and, if the application is lodged by the authorised representative, his name and address; 12.2. a written declaration that the same application has not been lodged with any other notified body; 12.3. the technical documentation. The technical documentation shall enable the conformity of the apparatus to be assessed the applicable requirements of these regulations, and it includes the appropriate risk analysis and assessment. The technical documentation shall specify the applicable requirements and, to the extent necessary, it covers the evaluation of machine design, manufacture and operation. Technical documentation, if applicable, includes at least the following elements: 12.3.1. a general description of the apparatus; 12.3.2. sketch project and production drawings, components, assemblies, power circuits and other schemes; 12.3.3. the descriptions and explanations necessary for the said drawings, diagrams and the operation of the understanding of the apparatus; 12.3.4. it in full or in part, a list of the standards applied to which reference has been published in the official journal of the European Union, and, if the applicable standards referred to are not appropriate, descriptions of the solutions adopted to meet the essential requirements of these regulations, including other relevant technical specifications listing. If the applicable standards are appropriate, the technical documentation shall specify the parts of the standard; 12.3.5. the calculation of the project and checks, as well as other results; 12.3.6. test reports. 13. The notified body in respect of the apparatus check the technical documentation and supporting evidence to assess the adequacy of the technical design of the apparatus. 14. the notified body shall draw up an assessment report indicating the measures taken in accordance with paragraph 13 of this annex, and the results of such measures. Without prejudice to their obligations toward the notifying authorities, the notified body only with the consent of the manufacturer, wholly or in part the content of that report disclosed. 15. Where the type meets the requirements of these provisions, the notified body shall issue a manufacturer the EU type-examination certificate. The certificate shall state the name and address of the manufacturer, conclusions of the examination, the conditions for validity of the certificate, if any, and for identification of the approved type the necessary information. 16. the EU type-examination certificate can have one or more annexes. The EU type-examination certificate and its annexes shall contain all relevant information for assessing the conformity of the manufactured machines type check and inspection during use. 17. If the type does not conform to the requirements of these provisions, which apply to apparatus, the notified body shall refuse to issue an EU type-examination certificate and shall inform the applicant accordingly, indicating the reasons for the refusal. 18. the notified body shall identify the common standard changes, which indicate that the approved type may not match the future this provision applicable requirements and shall determine whether such changes require further study. If necessary, the notified body shall inform the manufacturer. 19. The manufacturer shall inform the notified body that holds the technical documentation concerning the EU type-examination certificate of all modifications to the approved type that may affect the conformity of the apparatus with the essential requirements of these rules or that the conditions for validity of the certificate. Such modifications require additional approval, added an addition to the original EU type-examination certificate. 20. the Notified institution every six months or, upon request, inform the Ministry of the economy of the EU type-examination certificates and/or any additions which it has issued or withdrawn, and shall submit to the Ministry of Economy of the certificates and/or their additions to the list that has been discontinued or otherwise limited. 21. The notified body shall inform the other notified bodies of the EU type-examination certificates and/or any additions thereto which it has refused, the institution has withdrawn, suspended or otherwise restricted, and, upon request, also on such certificates and/or any additions thereto which it has issued. 22. the European Commission, Member States and the other notified bodies the notified institution making the request, you can get the EU type-examination certificate and its additions. 23. at the request of the European Commission and the Member States may receive technical documentation and reported the results of the inspections carried out by the institution. The notified body shall keep the EU type-examination certificate, its annexes and additions, technical documentation (including documentation provided by the manufacturer) copy that the certificate had expired. 24. the manufacturer shall provide the EU type-examination certificate, its annexes and additions of copies (together with the technical documentation) the availability of market supervisory authority for 10 years after placing the apparatus on the market. 25. The manufacturer's authorised representative may lodge the application referred to in paragraph 12, and to fulfil the obligations set out in this annex, 18, 19 and 24, provided that they are specified in the mandate. 3. Conformity to type based on internal production control (module C) 26. Conformity to type based on internal production control is the part of a conformity assessment procedure whereby the manufacturer fulfils the obligations laid down in this chapter, as well as ensure that the apparatus meets the EU type-examination certificate and to the type described in these rules, and its responsibility for it. 27. the manufacturer shall take all measures necessary in order that the manufacturing process and its monitoring ensure the machine produced conform to the approved type as described in the EU type-examination certificate and with the following provisions. 28. the manufacturer with CE conformity marking highlights each individual apparatus that meets the EU type-examination certificate and to the type as described in the applicable requirements of these regulations. 29. the manufacturer shall draw up and keep each machine model EU conformity declaration and ensure the availability of the national authorities for 10 years after placing the apparatus on the market. EU Declaration of conformity shall identify the instrument model that it prepared. 30. the EU a copy of the Declaration of conformity on request, make available to the relevant authorities. 31. the authorised representative of the manufacturer and the responsibility of attending to the manufacturer's obligations set out in this annex, 28, 29 and 30 points, provided that they are specified in the mandate. Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of economy of Ašeraden of Arvil annex 2 Cabinet 2016 April 12 Regulation No 208 Declaration of conformity 1. Machine model/machine (product type, batch or serial number). 2. the manufacturer and, where applicable, the authorized representative's name and address. 3. A statement that the Declaration of conformity is issued, providing only the manufacturer's liability. 4. Object of the Declaration (identification of the apparatus, ensure traceability of the apparatus, if necessary, can be added to the identification of the apparatus). 5. A statement that the apparatus complies with the applicable laws and regulations. 6. References of applicable standards or other technical specifications in relation to which conformity is declared. 7. information on the notified body involved, stating the name and number of institution, the institution of the conformity assessment activities and issued certificates. 8. additional information. 9. information on preparation of the Declaration of conformity: 9.1 the place and date of issue; 9.2. Preparer's name, title and signature. Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of economy of Ašeraden of Arvil

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