Rådsforordning (EØF) nr. 3922/91 av 16. desember 1991 om harmonisering av tekniske krav og administrative fremgangsmåter i sivil luftfart
Norsk forskrift offentliggjort 11.1.2013
BAKGRUNN (fra Kommisjonens sammendrag av EU-retten (faktaark), engelsk utgave)
Harmonisation of civil aviation requirements and procedures
The aim of this Regulation is to ensure a high level of safety and improve the functioning of the internal market by incorporating into Community legislation the common codes governing technical requirements and administrative procedures in the field of aviation, as drawn up by the Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA), and requiring Member States to comply with them.
This Regulation concerns the harmonisation of technical requirements and administrative procedures in the field of civil aviation safety, particularly those applicable to the operation and maintenance of aircraft and to persons and organisations involved in those tasks.
The common technical requirements and administrative procedures, specified in Annex III, apply to all aircraft.
Member States were responsible for ensuring that their competent civil aviation authorities met the requirements for membership of the Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA) as specified in the arrangements, and that these arrangements were signed before 1 January 1992.
Member States must accept certification granted by another Member State or a body acting on behalf of another Member State to persons or bodies under its jurisdiction who are responsible for the maintenance of products or the operation of aircraft.
Member States may take immediate action over safety problems concerning a product, a person or a body covered by this Regulation.
Where safety levels are found to be inadequate or lacking under the common technical requirements and administrative procedures, the Commission must make appropriate proposals to remedy the situation. Member States may also grant derogations to the Regulation provided they are in line with its safety objectives.
Member States must take the necessary measures to coordinate their research programmes to improve the safety of civil aircraft and their operation. They must inform the Commission thereof. The Commission may take any useful initiative to promote these programmes.
Member States must notify the Commission of any new or amended requirements or procedures which may be drawn up or adopted in accordance with the procedures laid down in the arrangements, and of any amendment to the arrangements themselves, and of the outcome of consultations with representatives from industry and other interested parties.
The Commission, assisted by a Regulatory Committee, must amend the common technical requirements and administrative procedures where such amendments are made necessary by progress in the field of science and technology. If such amendments involve a national variant for a given Member State, the Commission must rule whether or not this variant should be included in the common technical requirements and administrative procedures.
The European Aviation Safety Agency is to perform a scientific and medical assessment of the Regulation by 16 January 2009. The Commission will take this assessment into account when drafting any amendments to the text.
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