Regulation (2014:1585) With Instruction For The Swedish National Heritage Board

Original Language Title: Förordning (2014:1585) med instruktion för Riksantikvarieämbetet

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Read the untranslated law here: http://rkrattsbaser.gov.se/sfst?bet=2014:1585

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section 1 of the Swedish National Heritage Board is responsible for the issues of cultural heritage.

This responsibility includes, in the first instance, issues of cultural landscape,

cultural sites and artifacts.



The National Heritage Board has the task of building on the

the national cultural policy objectives and national goals

for kulturmiljö work to be proactive and supportive of

its area of operation.



2 § the museums shall, in particular,



1. work towards a sustainable society with a diversity of

cultural environments are maintained, used and developed,



2. promote the cultural values of the buildings and the landscape

be and monitor cultural heritage interest at

urban planning and construction,



3. follow and support the regional kulturmiljö work,



4. monitor and evaluate cultural heritage area's means of control and

working methods and, if necessary, propose measures for

kulturmiljö development work,



5. promote increased knowledge based on research and collaboration

with others, such as universities and colleges, and convey

knowledge in its field of activity,



6. promote knowledge supply and method development and

carry out information and advisory operations in their

area of activity,



7. manage national databases for historical

information, and



8. integrating a gender equality, diversity and

child perspective as well as an international and intercultural

Exchange and cooperation.



3 § the museums shall also provide goods and commit

to conduct research, surveys and other services

in its field of activity.



4 § the museums shall promote the generation of targets for

environmental performance and the environmental quality objectives which Parliament has

established accessible and shall, where necessary, propose measures for

development of environmental work.



The authority shall, in respect of their environmental performance report

to the environmental protection agency. Authorities shall consult on the

reporting as needed.



§ 5 authority has overall responsibility, sector responsibility,

disability issues related to the Agency's

field of activity.



The authority shall, within the framework of this responsibility be collecting,

supporting and driving in relation to the other parties.



section 6 of the National Heritage Board shall for authorities and other

managing cultural heritage provide some museum services

storage and preventive care of objects.



7 § the museums shall have a special library for research and

development in the fields of cultural heritage, archaeology, medieval

art history and numismatics.



The Authority manages the Royal. Swedish Academy of letters, history and

Antiquities of the Academy's archives from the period prior to 1 July 1975

and its library.



section 8 Authority to follow up the regional outcomes of their

activity and report it to the Swedish National Council for Cultural Affairs.

Authorities shall consult on the reporting

needed.

Collaboration



§ 9 the Agency's collaboration with Governments and other actors

should include civil society organisations.



Management



section 10 of the authority is headed by a head of Government.



11 § at the Agency, there shall be an Advisory Council consisting

of not more than seven members.



Positions and assignments



section 12 of the antiquarian's head of Government.



Överantikvarien is the representative for the Deputy.



13 § Överantikvarien is appointed by order of the Government.



Staff disciplinary board



section 14 of the authority, there shall be a

staff disciplinary board.

Applicability of certain regulations



15 § the museums shall apply the staff representatives Ordinance

(1987:1101).



Fees



16 § when the Agency performs the tasks set out in paragraph 2 of 6 and

7 it may charge fees for activities within the framework of full

cost recovery. Fees are determined by the authority,

except in the cases referred to in section 15, the fee regulation

(1992:191).



The authority may dispose of fee revenues.



section 17 of the activities provided for in §§ 3 and 6, the Agency shall take

charge fees equal to full cost recovery. The fees

size is determined by the authority, except in the cases referred to in 15

§ the fees regulation (1992:191).



The authority may dispose of fee revenues.