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155. Uredba o ratifikaciji Sporazuma o sprejemanju enotnih tehničnih pravilnikov za cestna vozila, opremo in dele, ki jih je mogoče vgraditi in/ali uporabiti v/na cestnih vozilih, ter o pogojih vzajemnega priznavanja homologacij, podeljenih na podlagi teh pravilnikov, stran 1931.

Na podlagi petega odstavka 75. člena Zakona o zunanjih zadevah (Uradni list RS, št. 113/03 – uradno prečiščeno besedilo, 20/06 – ZNOMCMO, 76/08 in 108/09) izdaja Vlada Republike Slovenije
U R E D B O
O RATIFIKACIJI SPORAZUMA O SPREJEMANJU ENOTNIH TEHNIČNIH PRAVILNIKOV ZA CESTNA VOZILA, OPREMO IN DELE, KI JIH JE MOGOČE VGRADITI IN/ALI UPORABITI V/NA CESTNIH VOZILIH, TER O POGOJIH VZAJEMNEGA PRIZNAVANJA HOMOLOGACIJ, PODELJENIH NA PODLAGI TEH PRAVILNIKOV
1. člen
Ratificira se Sporazum o sprejemanju enotnih tehničnih pravilnikov za cestna vozila, opremo in dele, ki jih je mogoče vgraditi in/ali uporabiti v/na cestnih vozilih, ter o pogojih vzajemnega priznavanja homologacij, podeljenih na podlagi teh pravilnikov, sklenjen v Ženevi 5. oktobra 1995.
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Besedilo sporazuma se v izvirniku v angleškem jeziku in prevodu v slovenskem jeziku glasi:
A G R E E M E N T
CONCERNING THE ADOPTION OF UNIFORM TECHNICAL PRESCRIPTIONS FOR WHEELED VEHICLES, EQUIPMENT AND PARTS WHICH CAN BE FITTED AND/OR BE USED ON WHEELED VEHICLES AND THE CONDITIONS FOR RECIPROCAL RECOGNITION OF APPROVALS GRANTED ON THE BASIS OF THESE PRESCRIPTIONS (*/)
Revision 2
(Including the amendments entered into force on 16 October 1995)
UNITED NATIONS
Preamble
THE CONTRACTING PARTIES,
HAVING DECIDED to amend the Agreement Concerning the Adoption of Uniform Conditions of Approval and Reciprocal Recognition of Approval for Motor Vehicle Equipment and Parts, done at Geneva on 20 March 1958, and
DESIRING to define uniform technical prescriptions that it will suffice for certain wheeled vehicles, equipment and parts to fulfil in order to be used in their countries,
DESIRING to adopt these prescriptions whenever possible in their countries, and,
DESIRING to facilitate the use in their countries of the vehicles, equipment and parts, where approved acccording to these prescriptions by the competent authorities of another Contracting Party,
HAVE AGREED as follows:
Article 1
1. The Contracting Parties shall establish through an Administrative Committee made up of all the Contracting Parties in conformity with the rules of procedure set out in Appendix 1 and on the basis of the following articles and paragraphs, Regulations for wheeled vehicles, equipment and parts which can be fitted and/or be used on wheeled vehicles. Where necessary the technical requirements will include alternatives and when possible they will be performance oriented and include test methods. Conditions for granting type approvals and their reciprocal recognition will be included for use by Contracting Parties who choose to implement Regulations through type approval.
For the purposes of this Agreement:
The term “wheeled vehicles, equipment and parts” shall include any wheeled vehicles, equipment and parts whose characteristics have a bearing on road safety, protection of the environment and energy saving;
The term “type approval pursuant to a Regulation” indicates an administrative procedure by which the competent authorities of one Contracting Party declare, after carrying out the required verifications, that a vehicle, equipment or parts submitted by the manufacturer conform to the requirements of the given Regulation. Afterwards the manufacturer certifies that each vehicle, equipment or parts put on the market were produced to be identical with the approved product.
For the application of the Regulations there could be various administrative procedures alternative to type approval. The only alternative procedure generally known and applied in certain Member States of the Economic Commission for Europe is the self-certification by which the manufacturer certifies, without any preliminary administrative control, that each product put on the market conforms to the given Regulation; the competent administrative authorities may verify by random sampling on the market that the self-certified products comply with the requirements of the given Regulation.
2. The Administrative Committee shall be composed of all the Contracting Parties in accordance with the rules of procedure set out in Appendix 1. A Regulation, after having been established in accordance with the procedure indicated in Appendix 1, shall be communicated by the Administrative Committee to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, hereinafter called “Secretary-General”. As soon as possible thereafter the Secretary-General shall give notification of this Regulation to the Contracting Parties.
The Regulation will be considered as adopted unless, within a period of six months from its notification by the Secretary-General, more than one-third of the Contracting Parties at the time of notification have informed the Secretary-General of their disagreement with the Regulation.
The Regulation shall cover the following:
(a) Wheeled vehicles, equipment or parts concerned;
(b) Technical requirements, which if necessary may include alternatives;
(c) Test methods by which any performance requirements are to be demonstrated;
(d) Conditions for granting type approval and their reciprocal recognition including any approval markings and conditions for ensuring conformity of production;
(e) The date(s) on which the Regulation enters into force.
The Regulation may, if needed, include references to the laboratories accredited by the competent authorities where acceptance tests of the types of wheeled vehicles, equipment or parts submitted for approval must be carried out.
3. When a Regulation has been adopted the Secretary-General shall so notify as soon as possible all the Contracting Parties, specifying which Contracting Parties have objected and in respect of which the Regulation shall not enter into force.
4. The adopted Regulation shall enter into force on the date(s) specified therein as a Regulation annexed to this Agreement for all Contracting Parties which did not notify their disagreement.
5. When depositing its instrument of accession, any new Contracting Party may declare that it is not bound by certain Regulations then annexed to this Agreement or that it is not bound by any of them. If, at that time, the procedure laid down in paragraphs 2, 3, and 4 of this Article is in progress for a draft or adopted Regulation, the Secretary-General shall communicate such draft or adopted Regulation to the new Contracting Party and it shall enter into force as a Regulation for the new Contracting Party only under the conditions specified in paragraph 4 of this Article. The Secretary-General shall notify all the Contracting Parties of the date of such entry into force. The Secretary-General shall also communicate to them all declarations concerning the non-application of certain Regulations that any Contracting Party may make in accordance with the terms of this paragraph.
6. Any Contracting Party applying a Regulation may at any time notify the Secretary-General, subject to one year’s notice, that its administration intends to cease applying it. Such notification shall be communicated by the Secretary-General to the other Contracting Parties.
Approvals granted shall remain valid until their withdrawal;
If a Contracting Party ceases to issue approvals to a Regulation it shall:
Maintain proper supervision on conformity of production of products for which it previously granted type approval;
Take the necessary steps set out in Article 4 when advised of nonconformity by a Contracting Party that continues to apply the Regulation;
Continue to notify the competent authorities of other Contracting Parties of withdrawal of approvals as set out in Article 5;
Continue to grant extensions to existing approvals.
7. Any Contracting Party not applying a Regulation may at any time notify the Secretary-General that it intends henceforth to apply it, and the Regulation will then enter into force for this Party on the sixtieth day after this notification. The Secretary-General shall notify all the Contracting Parties of every entry into force of a Regulation for a new Contracting Party effected in accordance with the terms of this paragraph.
8. The Contracting Parties for which a Regulation is in force shall hereinafter be referred to as “the Contracting Parties applying a Regulation”.
Article 2
Each Contracting Party applying Regulations largely through type approval shall grant the type approvals and approval markings described in any Regulation for the types of wheeled vehicles, equipment or parts covered by the Regulation, provided that it has the technical competence and is satisfied with the arrangements for ensuring conformity of the product with the approved type as set out in Appendix 2. Each Contracting Party applying a Regulation through type approval shall refuse the type approvals and approval markings covered by the Regulation if the above-mentioned conditions are not complied with.
Article 3
Wheeled vehicles, equipment or parts for which type approvals have been issued by a Contracting Party in accordance with Article 2 of this Agreement and manufactured either in the territory of a Contracting Party applying the Regulation concerned, or in such other country as is designated by the Contracting Party which has duly approved the types of wheeled vehicles, equipment or parts concerned shall be held to be in conformity with the legislation of all the Contracting Parties applying the said Regulation through type approval.
Article 4
Should the competent authorities of a Contracting Party applying a Regulation through type approval find that certain wheeled vehicles, equipment or parts bearing approval markings issued under the said Regulation by one of the Contracting Parties, do not conform to the approved types, they shall advise the competent authorities of the Contracting Party which issued the approval. That Contracting Party shall take the necessary steps to bring the products of those manufacturers into conformity with the approved types and shall advise the other Contracting Parties applying the Regulation through type approval of the steps it has taken, which may include, if necessary, the withdrawal of approval. Where there might be a threat to road safety or to the environment, the Contracting Party which issued the approval and after receiving the information about the non-conformity to the approved type(s) shall inform thereof all other Contracting Parties about the situation. Contracting Parties may prohibit the sale and use of such wheeled vehicles, equipment or parts in their territory.
Article 5
The competent authorities of each Contracting Party applying Regulations through type approval shall send monthly to the competent authorities of the other Contracting Parties a list of the wheeled vehicle, equipment or parts, approvals of which it has refused to grant or has withdrawn during that month; in addition, on receiving a request from the competent authority of another Contracting Party applying a Regulation through type approval, it shall send forthwith to that competent authority a copy of all relevant information on which it based its decision to grant, refuse to grant, or to withdraw an approval of a wheeled vehicle, equipment or parts to that Regulation.
Article 6
1. Countries members of the Economic Commission for Europe, countries admitted to the Commission in a consultative capacity in accordance with paragraph 8 of the Commission’s Terms of Reference, and regional economic integration organizations set up by countries members of the Economic Commission for Europe to which their Member States have transferred powers in the fields covered by this Agreement, including the power to make binding decisions on their Member States, may become Contracting Parties to this Agreement.
For the determination of the number of votes referred to in Article 1, paragraph 2 and in Article 12, paragraph 2, regional economic integration organizations vote with the number of votes of their Member States being members of the Economic Commission for Europe.
2. Countries Members of the United Nations as may participate in certain activities of the Economic Commission for Europe in accordance with Paragraph 11 of the Commission’s Terms of Reference and regional economic integration organizations of such countries to which their Member States have transferred powers in the fields covered by this Agreement including power to make binding decisions on their Member States may become Contracting Parties to this Agreement.
For the determination of the number of votes referred to in Article 1, paragraph 2 and in Article 12, paragraph 2, regional economic integration organizations vote with the number of votes of their Member States being Members of the United Nations.
3. Accession to the amended Agreement by new Contracting Parties which are not Parties to the 1958 Agreement shall be effected by the deposit of an instrument with the Secretary-General, after the entry into force of the amended Agreement.
Article 7
1. The amended Agreement shall be deemed to enter into force nine months after the date of its transmission by the Secretary-General to all the Contracting Parties to the 1958 Agreement.
2. The amended Agreement shall be deemed not to enter into force if any objection from the Contracting Parties to the 1958 Agreement is expressed within a period of six months following the date of its transmission to them by the Secretary-General.
3. For any new Contracting Party acceding to this amended Agreement, this amended Agreement shall enter into force on the sixtieth day after the deposit of the instrument of accession.
Article 8
1. Any Contracting Party may denounce this Agreement by notifying the Secretary-General.
2. Denunciation shall take effect twelve months after the date of receipt by the Secretary-General of such notification.
Article 9
1. Any new Contracting Party as defined in Article 6 of this Agreement may, at the time of accession or at any time thereafter, declare by notification addressed to the Secretary-General that this Agreement shall extend to all or any of the territories for whose international relations it is responsible. The Agreement shall extend to the territory or territories named in the notification as from the sixtieth day after its receipt by the Secretary-General.
2. Any new Contracting Party as defined in Article 6 of this Agreement which has made a declaration in accordance with paragraph 1 of this Article extending this Agreement to any territory for whose international relations it is responsible may denounce the Agreement separately in respect of that territory, in accordance with the provisions of Article 8.
Article 10
1. Any dispute between two or more Contracting Parties concerning the interpretation or application of this Agreement shall, so far as possible, be settled by negotiation between them.
2. Any dispute which is not settled by negotiation shall be submitted to arbitration if any one of the Contracting Parties in dispute so requests and shall be referred accordingly to one or more arbitrators selected by agreement between the Parties in dispute. If within three months from the date of the request for arbitration the Parties in dispute are unable to agree on the selection of an arbitrator or arbitrators, any of those Parties may request the Secretary-General to nominate a single arbitrator to whom the dispute shall be referred for decision.
3. The decision of the arbitrator or arbitrators appointed in accordance with paragraph 2 of this Article shall be binding on the Contracting Parties in dispute.
Article 11
1. Each new Contracting Party may, at the time of acceding to this Agreement, declare that it does not consider itself bound by Article 10 of the Agreement. Other Contracting Parties shall not be bound by Article 10 in respect of any new Contracting Party which has entered such a reservation.
2. Any Contracting Party having entered a reservation as provided for in paragraph 1 of this Article may at any time withdraw such reservation by notifying the Secretary-General.
3. No other reservation to this Agreement or to the Regulations annexed thereto shall be permitted; but any Contracting Party may, in accordance with the terms of Article 1, declare that it does not propose to apply certain of the Regulations or that it does not propose to apply any of them.
Article 12
The Regulations annexed to this Agreement may be amended in accordance with the following procedure:
1. Amendments to Regulations shall be established by the Administrative Committee as described in Article 1, paragraph 2 and in accordance with the procedure indicated in Appendix 1. Where necessary an amendment may include the existing requirements as an alternative. Contracting Parties shall specify which alternatives within the Regulations they will apply. Contracting Parties applying alternative(s) within a Regulation shall not be obliged to accept approvals to preceding alternative(s) within the same Regulation. Contracting Parties applying only the most recent amendments shall not be obliged to accept approvals to preceding amendments or to unamended Regulations. Contracting Parties applying an earlier series of amendments or the unamended Regulation shall accept approvals granted to a later amendment series. An amendment to the Regulation, after having been established, shall be communicated by the Administrative Committee to the Secretary-General. As soon as possible thereafter the Secretary-General shall give notification of this amendment to the Contracting Parties applying the Regulation.
2. An amendment to a Regulation will be considered to be adopted unless, within a period of six months from its notification by the Secretary-General, more than one-third of the Contracting Parties applying the Regulation at the time of notification have informed the Secretary-General of their disagreement with the amendment. If, after this period, the Secretary-General has not received declarations of disagreement of more than one-third of the Contracting Parties applying the Regulation, the Secretary-General shall as soon as possible declare the amendment as adopted and binding upon those Contracting Parties applying the Regulation who did not declare themselves opposed to it. When a Regulation is amended and at least one-fifth of the Contracting Parties applying the unamended Regulation subsequently declare that they wish to continue to apply the unamended Regulation, the unamended Regulation will be regarded as an alternative to the amended Regulation and will be incorporated formally as such into the Regulation with effect from the date of adoption of the amendment or its entry into force. In this case the obligations of the Contracting Parties applying the Regulation shall be the same as set out in paragraph 1.
3. Should a new Contracting Party accede to this Agreement between the time of the notification of the amendment to a Regulation by the Secretary-General and its entry into force, the Regulation in question shall not enter into force for that Contracting Party until two months after it has formally accepted the amendment or two months after the lapse of a period of six months since the communication to that Party by the Secretary-General of the proposed amendment.
Article 13
The text of the Agreement itself and of its Appendices may be amended in accordance with the following procedure:
1. Any Contracting Party may propose one or more amendments to this Agreement and its Appendices. The text of any proposed amendment to the Agreement and its Appendices shall be transmitted to the Secretary-General, who shall transmit it to all Contracting Parties and inform all other countries referred to in paragraph 1 of Article 6 thereof.
2. Any proposed amendment circulated in accordance with paragraph 1 of this Article shall be deemed to be accepted if no Contracting Party expresses an objection within a period of six months following the date of circulation of the proposed amendment by the Secretary-General.
3. The Secretary-General shall, as soon as possible, notify all Contracting Parties whether an objection to the proposed amendment has been expressed. If an objection to the proposed amendment has been expressed, the amendment shall be deemed not to have been accepted, and shall be of no effect whatever. If no such objection has been expressed, the amendment shall enter into force for all Contracting Parties three months after the expiry of the period of six months referred to in paragraph 2 of this Article.
Article 14
In addition to the notifications provided for in Articles 1, 12 and 13 of this Agreement, the Secretary-General shall notify the Contracting Parties of:
(a) Accessions in accordance with Article 6;
(b) The dates of entry into force of this Agreement in accordance with Article 7;
(c) Denunciations in accordance with Article 8;
(d) Notifications received in accordance with Article 9;
(e) Declarations and notifications received in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2 of Article 11;
(f) The entry into force of any amendment in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2 of Article 12;
(g) The entry into force of any amendment in accordance with paragraph 3 of Article 13.
Article 15
1. If at the date the above provisions come into effect the procedures envisaged in Article 1, paragraphs 3 and 4 of the unamended Agreement are under way for adopting a new Regulation, the said new Regulation shall enter into force under the provisions of paragraph 5 of the said Article.
2. If at the date the above provisions come into effect, the procedures envisaged in Article 12, paragraph 1 of the unamended Agreement are under way for the adoption of an amendment to a Regulation, the said amendment shall enter into force under the provisions of the said Article.
3. If all Contracting Parties to the Agreement agree, any Regulation adopted under the terms of the unamended Agreement may be treated as though it were a Regulation adopted under the terms of the above provisions.
Appendix 1
COMPOSITION AND RULES OF PROCEDURE OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE
Article 1
The members of the Administrative Committee shall be composed of all the Contracting Parties to the amended Agreement.
Article 2
The Executive Secretary of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe shall provide the Committee with secretariat services.
Article 3
The Committee shall, at its first session each year, elect a chairman and vice-chairman.
Article 4
The Secretary-General of the United Nations shall convene the Committee under the auspices of the Economic Commission for Europe whenever a new Regulation or an amendment to a Regulation is required to be established.
Article 5
Proposed new Regulations shall be put to the vote. Each country, Contracting Party to the Agreement shall have one vote. A quorum consisting of not less than half of the Contracting Parties is required for the purposes of taking decisions. For the determination of the quorum regional economic integration organizations, being Contracting Parties to the Agreement, vote with the number of votes of their Member States. The representative of a regional economic integration organization may deliver the votes of its constituent sovereign countries. New Draft Regulations shall be established by a two-thirds majority of those present and voting.
Article 6
Proposed amendments to Regulations shall be put to the vote. Each country, Contracting Party to the Agreement applying the Regulation shall have one vote. A quorum of not less than half of the Contracting Parties applying the Regulation is required for the purposes of taking decisions. For the determination of the quorum, regional economic integration organizations, being Contracting Parties to the Agreement, vote with the number of votes of their Member States. The representative of a regional economic integration organization may deliver the votes of those of its constituent sovereign countries which apply the Regulation. Draft Amendments to Regulations shall be established by a two-thirds majority of those present and voting.
Appendix 2
CONFORMITY OF PRODUCTION PROCEDURES
1. INITIAL ASSESSMENT
1.1. The approval authority of a Contracting Party must verify – before granting type approval – the existence of satisfactory arrangements and procedures for ensuring effective control so that vehicles, equipment or parts when in production conform to the approved type.
1.2. The requirement in paragraph 1.1. must be verified to the satisfaction of the authority granting type approval but may also be verified, on behalf and at the request of the authority granting type approval, by the approval authority of another Contracting Party. In that case, the latter approval authority prepares a statement of compliance outlining the areas and production facilities it has covered as relevant to the product(s) to be type approved.
1.3. The approval authority must also accept the manufacturer’s registration to harmonized standard ISO 9002 (the scope of which covers the product(s) to be approved) or an equivalent accreditation standard as satisfying the requirements of paragraph 1.1. The manufacturer must provide details of the registration and undertake to inform the approval authority of any revisions to its validity or scope.
1.4. On receiving an application from the authority of another Contracting Party the approval authority shall send forthwith the statement of compliance mentioned in the last sentence of paragraph 1.2. or advise that it is not in a position to provide such a statement.
2. CONFORMITY OF PRODUCTION
2.1. Every vehicle, equipment or part approved under Regulation annexed to this Agreement must be so manufactured as to conform to the type approved by meeting the requirements of this Appendix and of the said Regulation.
2.2. The approval authority of a Contracting Party granting a type approval pursuant to a Regulation annexed to this Agreement must verify the existence of adequate arrangements and documented control plans, to be agreed with the manufacturer for each approval, to carry out at specified intervals those tests or associated checks necessary to verify continued conformity with the approved type, including, specifically, where applicable, tests specified in the said Regulation.
2.3. The holder of the approval must in particular:
2.3.1. Ensure the existence of procedures for effective control of the conformity of products (vehicles, equipment or parts) to the type approval;
2.3.2. Have access to the testing equipment necessary for checking the conformity to each approved type;
2.3.3. Ensure that test results’ data are recorded and that annexed documents remain available for a period to be determined in agreement with the approval authority. This period must not exceed 10 years;
2.3.4. Analyze results of each type of test, in order to verify and ensure the stability of the product characteristics, making allowance for variation of an industrial production;
2.3.5. Ensure that for each type of product, at least the checks prescribed in this Appendix and the tests prescribed in the applicable Regulations are carried out;
2.3.6. Ensure that any set of samples or test pieces giving evidence of nonconformity in the type of test in question gives rise to a further sampling and test. All the necessary steps must be taken to restore conformity of the corresponding production.
2.4. The authority which has granted type approval may at any time verify the conformity control methods applied in each production facility. The normal frequency of these verifications must be consistent with the arrangements (if any) accepted under paragraph 1.2. or 1.3. of this Appendix and be such as to ensure that the relevant controls are reviewed over a period consistent with the climate of trust established by the approval authority.
2.4.1. At every inspection, the test records and production records must be available to the visiting inspector.
2.4.2. Where the nature of the test is appropriate, the inspector may select samples at random to be tested in the manufacturer’s laboratory (or by the Technical Service where the Regulation annexed to this Agreement so provides). The minimum number of samples may be determined according to the results of the manufacturer’s own verification.
2.4.3. Where the level of control appears unsatisfactory, or when it seems necessary to verify the validity of the tests carried out in application of paragraph 2.4.2., the inspector must select samples to be sent to the Technical Service which conducts the type approval tests.
2.4.4. The approval authority may carry out any check or test prescribed in this Appendix or in the applicable Regulation annexed to this Agreement.
2.4.5. In cases where unsatisfactory results are found during an inspection, the approval authority must ensure that all necessary steps are taken to restore conformity of production as rapidly as possible.
*/ Former title of the Agreement:
Agreement Concerning the Adoption of Uniform Conditions of Approval and Reciprocal Recognition of Approval for Motor Vehicle Equipment and Parts, done at Geneva on 20 March 1958.
S P O R A Z U M
O SPREJEMANJU ENOTNIH TEHNIČNIH PRAVILNIKOV ZA CESTNA VOZILA, OPREMO IN DELE, KI JIH JE MOGOČE VGRADITI IN/ALI UPORABITI V/NA CESTNIH VOZILIH, TER O POGOJIH VZAJEMNEGA PRIZNAVANJA HOMOLOGACIJ, PODELJENIH NA PODLAGI TEH PRAVILNIKOV */
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(skupaj s spremembami, ki so začele veljati 16. oktobra 1995)
ZDRUŽENI NARODI
Preambula
POGODBENICE SO SE
ODLOČENE dopolniti Sporazum o sprejemanju enotnih pogojev za homologacijo in o medsebojnem priznavanju homologacij za opremo in dele motornih vozil, sklenjen v Ženevi 20. marca 1958, in
V ŽELJI določiti enotne tehnične pravilnike, katerih izpolnjevanje zadošča, da se določena cestna vozila, oprema in deli lahko uporabljajo v njihovih državah,
V ŽELJI sprejeti te pravilnike v svojih državah, kadar koli je mogoče, in
V ŽELJI omogočiti v svojih državah uporabo vozil, opreme in delov, homologiranih v skladu s temi pravilniki pri pristojnih organih druge pogodbene stranke,
SPORAZUMELE:
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1. Pogodbenice preko upravnega odbora, ki ga sestavljajo vse pogodbenice v skladu s poslovnikom, navedenim v dodatku 1, ter na podlagi naslednjih členov in točk izdajo posamezne pravilnike za cestna vozila, opremo in dele, ki jih je mogoče vgraditi in/ali uporabljati v/na cestnih vozilih. Kadar je potrebno, naj tehnične zahteve vključujejo alternativne pogoje in če je mogoče, naj bodo usmerjene v lastnosti izdelka in naj vključujejo metode preskušanja. Vključeni naj bodo tudi pogoji za homologacijo in medsebojno priznavanje homologacij v pogodbenicah, ki se bodo odločile za uveljavljanje teh pravilnikov s postopkom homologacije.
Izrazi v tem sporazumu pomenijo:
»cestna vozila, oprema in deli« pomeni vsa cestna vozila, opremo in dele, katerih lastnosti vplivajo na varnost v cestnem prometu, na varovanje okolja in varčevanje z energijo;
»homologacija v skladu s pravilnikom« pomeni upravni postopek, s katerim pristojni organi ene pogodbenice po opravljenih zahtevanih preverjanjih izjavijo, da je vozilo, oprema ali del, ki ga je predložil proizvajalec, v skladu z zahtevami ustreznega pravilnika. Pozneje proizvajalec potrdi, da so vsa vozila, oprema ali deli, ki jih dá na trg, izdelani tako, da so skladni s homologiranim izdelkom.
Za uporabo pravilnikov lahko kot drugačna možnost homologaciji obstajajo različni upravni postopki. Edini alternativni postopek, ki je splošno znan in se uporablja v nekaterih državah članicah Gospodarske komisije za Evropo, je samocertificiranje, s katerim proizvajalec brez predhodnega upravnega nadzora potrjuje, da je vsak izdelek, ki ga dá na trg, v skladu z ustreznim pravilnikom; pristojni upravni organi lahko s preskušanjem naključnih vzorcev na trgu potrdijo, da so samocertificirani izdelki v skladu z zahtevami ustreznega pravilnika.
2. Upravni odbor sestavljajo vse pogodbenice v skladu s poslovnikom, navedenim v dodatku 1. Pravilnik, pripravljen v skladu s postopkom, opisanim v dodatku 1, mora upravni odbor poslati generalnemu sekretarju Združenih narodov (v nadaljnjem besedilu: »generalni sekretar«). Generalni sekretar o tem pravilniku čim prej obvesti pogodbenice.
Pravilnik se šteje za sprejetega, če v obdobju šestih mesecev od obvestila generalnega sekretarja več kakor ena tretjina takratnih pogodbenic ne sporoči generalnemu sekretarju, da se s pravilnikom ne strinja.
Pravilnik vključuje:
(a) cestna vozila, opremo ali njihove dele;
(b) tehnične zahteve, ki po potrebi lahko vključujejo alternative;
(c) preskusne metode, s katerimi se dokazuje izpolnjevanje zahtev;
(d) pogoje za podelitev homologacije in njihovo medsebojno priznavanje, skupaj z vsemi oznakami homologacije in pogoji za zagotavljanje skladnosti proizvodnje;
(e) dan (dneve) uveljavitve pravilnika.
Po potrebi lahko pravilnik vključuje podatke o laboratorijih, ki so jih pristojni organi akreditirali in v katerih morajo biti izvedeni preskusi tipov cestnih vozil, opreme ali delov, ki so predloženi v homologacijo.
3. Ko je pravilnik sprejet, mora generalni sekretar o tem čim prej obvestiti vse pogodbenice, navesti, katere pogodbenice so bile proti in za katere pravilnik ne velja.
4. Sprejeti pravilnik začne veljati na dan (dneve), določen (-e) v tem pravilniku, kot pravilnik, ki je dodan k temu sporazumu, za vse pogodbenice, ki niso sporočile svojega nestrinjanja.
5. Ob deponiranju pristopne listine lahko vsaka pogodbenica izjavi, da je določeni pravilniki, ki so bili takrat dodani k temu sporazumu, ne zavezujejo ali da je ne zavezuje nobeden. Če v tem času poteka postopek, naveden v drugem, tretjem in četrtem odstavku tega člena, za sprejetje osnutka pravilnika ali za sprejeti pravilnik, mora generalni sekretar ta osnutek ali sprejeti pravilnik poslati novi pogodbenici in začne ta veljati kot pravilnik za novo pogodbenico samo pod pogoji, določenimi v četrtem odstavku tega člena. Generalni sekretar o dnevu uveljavitve obvesti vse pogodbenice. Generalni sekretar jim pošlje tudi vse morebitne izjave katere koli pogodbenice v skladu s tem odstavkom o neuporabi posameznih pravilnikov.
6. Vsaka pogodbenica, ki pravilnik uporablja, lahko kadar koli z enoletnim odpovednim rokom obvesti generalnega sekretarja, da namerava njena uprava prenehati uporabljati ta pravilnik. Generalni sekretar o odpovedi obvesti druge pogodbenice.
Podeljene homologacije so veljavne do preklica.
Če pogodbenica preneha izdajati homologacije za posamezni pravilnik, mora:
obdržati ustrezni nadzor nad skladnostjo proizvodnje tistih izdelkov, za katere je pred tem podelila homologacijo;
ukrepati, kakor je navedeno v 4. členu, če jo pogodbenica, ki še naprej uporablja pravilnik, obvesti o neskladnosti;
še naprej obveščati pristojne organe drugih pogodbenic o preklicu homologacij, kakor je navedeno v 5. členu;
še naprej podeljevati razširitve obstoječih homologacij.
7. Vsaka pogodbenica, ki posameznega pravilnika ne uporablja, lahko kadar koli obvesti generalnega sekretarja, da ga odslej namerava uporabljati, in pravilnik za to pogodbenico začne veljati šestdeseti dan po takem obvestilu. Generalni sekretar obvesti vse pogodbenice o vsaki uveljavitvi posameznega pravilnika za novo pogodbenico v skladu s tem odstavkom.
8. Pogodbenice, za katere posamezni pravilnik velja, se v nadaljnjem besedilu imenujejo »pogodbenice, ki uporabljajo pravilnik«.
2. člen
Vsaka pogodbenica, ki pravilnike večinoma uporablja s homologacijo, mora podeljevati homologacije in oznake homologacije, opisane v vsakem pravilniku, za tipe cestnih vozil, opremo ali njihove dele, ki jih pravilnik zajema, pod pogojem, da je za to tehnično usposobljena in da je zadovoljna z ukrepi za zagotavljanje skladnosti izdelka s homologiranim tipom, kakor je navedeno v dodatku 2. Vsaka pogodbenica, ki posamezni pravilnik uporablja s homologacijo, mora zavrniti podelitev homologacije in homologacijskih oznak, ki jih zajema ta pravilnik, če zgornji pogoji niso izpolnjeni.
3. člen
Cestna vozila, oprema ali njihovi deli, za katere je pogodbenica podelila homologacije v skladu z 2. členom tega sporazuma in ki so proizvedeni bodisi na ozemlju pogodbenice, ki uporablja posamezni pravilnik, bodisi v neki drugi državi, ki jo navede pogodbenica, in ki je ustrezno homologirala določena cestna vozila, opremo ali dele, se štejejo za skladne z zakonodajo vseh pogodbenic, ki uporabljajo imenovani pravilnik s homologacijo.
4. člen
Če pristojni organi pogodbenice, ki uporablja pravilnik s homologacijo, ugotovijo, da določena cestna vozila, oprema ali njihovi deli, ki nosijo oznake homologacije, ki jih je v skladu s posameznim pravilnikom izdala ena od pogodbenic, niso v skladu s homologiranimi tipi, morajo o tem obvestiti pristojne organe pogodbenice, ki je homologacijo izdala. Ta pogodbenica mora nato ustrezno ukrepati, da proizvode takih proizvajalcev uskladi s homologiranimi tipi, in mora druge pogodbenice, ki uporabljajo pravilnik s homologacijo, obvestiti o sprejetih ukrepih. Ti ukrepi lahko po potrebi vključujejo preklic homologacije. Če obstaja grožnja za varnost v cestnem prometu ali za okolje, mora pogodbenica, ki je podelila homologacijo, potem, ko je bila obveščena o neskladnosti homologiranega tipa ali tipov, o tem obvestiti vse druge pogodbenice. Pogodbenice lahko prodajo in uporabo takih cestnih vozil, opreme ali njihovih delov na svojem ozemlju prepovejo.
5. člen
Pristojni organi vsake od pogodbenic, ki uporabljajo pravilnike s homologacijo, morajo mesečno pošiljati pristojnim organom drugih pogodbenic seznam cestnih vozil, opreme ali njihovih delov, ki so jim zavrnili podelitev homologacije ali so jim v tistem mesecu preklicali homologacijo; poleg tega mora pogodbenica takoj, ko od pristojnega organa prejme zahtevo druge pogodbenice, ki uporablja pravilnik s homologacijo, poslati temu pristojnemu organu vse ustrezne podatke, na katerih temelji njena odločitev, da podeli, zavrne podelitev ali prekliče homologacijo nekega cestnega vozila, opreme ali njegovih delov, podeljeno na podlagi ustreznega pravilnika.
6. člen
1. Pogodbenice tega sporazuma lahko postanejo države članice Gospodarske komisije za Evropo, države, ki imajo vstop vanjo kot svetovalke v skladu z 8. točko poslovnika Gospodarske komisije za Evropo, in regionalne organizacije za gospodarsko povezavo, ki so jih ustanovile države članice Gospodarske komisije za Evropo, na katere so države članice prenesle pooblastila na področjih, ki jih zajema ta sporazum, vključno s pooblastilom za sprejemanje zavezujočih odločitev za svoje države članice.
Za določitev števila glasov iz drugega odstavka 1. člena in drugega odstavka 12. člena glasujejo regionalne organizacije za gospodarsko povezavo s številom glasov njihovih držav članic, ki so članice Gospodarske komisije za Evropo.
2. Pogodbenice tega sporazuma lahko postanejo države članice Združenih narodov, ki sodelujejo pri določenih dejavnostih Gospodarske komisije za Evropo v skladu z 11. točko poslovnika Gospodarske komisije za Evropo, in regionalne organizacije za gospodarsko povezavo teh držav, na katere so njihove države članice prenesle pooblastila na področjih, ki jih zajema ta sporazum, vključno s pooblastilom za sprejemanje zavezujočih odločitev za njihove države članice.
Za določitev števila glasov iz drugega odstavka 1. člena in drugega odstavka 12. člena glasujejo regionalne organizacije za gospodarsko povezavo s številom glasov svojih držav članic, ki so članice Združenih narodov.
3. Nove pogodbenice, ki niso pogodbenice sporazuma iz leta 1958, k temu spremenjenemu sporazumu pristopijo z deponiranjem listine pri generalnem sekretarju po uveljavitvi tega dopolnjenega sporazuma.
7. člen
1. Ta dopolnjeni sporazum začne veljati devet mesecev po dnevu, ko ga je generalni sekretar poslal vsem pogodbenicam sporazuma iz leta 1958.
2. Če katera koli od pogodbenic sporazuma iz leta 1958 v šestih mesecev po dnevu, ko jim je generalni sekretar poslal dopolnjeni sporazum, izrazi kakršen koli ugovor, se šteje, da sporazum ne velja.
3. Za vsako novo pogodbenico, ki pristopi k temu spremenjenemu sporazumu, začne ta veljati šestdeseti dan po deponiranju pristopne listine.
8. člen
1. Vsaka pogodbenica lahko ta sporazum odpove tako, da o tem obvesti generalnega sekretarja.
2. Odpoved začne veljati dvanajst mesecev po dnevu, ko je generalni sekretar prejel obvestilo o odpovedi.
9. člen
1. Vsaka nova pogodbenica, kakor je opredeljena v 6. členu tega sporazuma, lahko v času pristopanja ali kadar koli potem z obvestilom generalnemu sekretarju izjavi, da se ta sporazum razširi na vsa ozemlja ali vsa tista ozemlja, za katerih mednarodne odnose je odgovorna. Sporazum se razširi na ozemlje ali ozemlja, navedena v obvestilu, šestdeseti dan potem, ko je generalni sekretar obvestilo prejel.
2. Vsaka nova pogodbenica, kakor je opredeljena v 6. členu tega sporazuma, ki je v skladu s prvim odstavkom tega člena izjavila, da ta sporazum razširja na ozemlje, za katerega mednarodne odnose je odgovorna, lahko ta sporazum ločeno za to ozemlje odpove v skladu z določbami 8. člena.
10. člen
1. Morebitne spore med dvema ali več pogodbenicami v zvezi z razlago ali uporabo tega sporazuma pogodbenice, če je mogoče, rešijo z medsebojnimi pogajanji.
2. Vsak spor, ki ga ni mogoče rešiti z medsebojnimi pogajanji, se na zahtevo katere koli od pogodbenic v sporu predloži razsodišču, kjer o njem odločata eden ali več razsodnikov, ki jih sporazumno izbereta stranki v sporu. Če se stranki v sporu v treh mesecih od dneva zahteve za razsodišče ne moreta sporazumeti glede razsodnika ali razsodnikov, lahko vsaka izmed njiju zahteva, da generalni sekretar imenuje enega samega razsodnika, ki razsodi v sporu.
3. Razsodba razsodnika ali razsodnikov, imenovanih v skladu z drugim odstavkom tega člena, je za stranki v sporu zavezujoča.
11. člen
1. Vsaka nova pogodbenica lahko v času pristopanja k temu sporazumu izjavi, da jo 10. člen tega sporazuma ne zavezuje. Drugih pogodbenic 10. člen tega sporazuma glede na vsako novo pogodbenico, ki je vložila pridržek, ne zavezuje.
2. Vsaka pogodbenica, ki je vložila pridržek, naveden v prvem odstavku tega člena, lahko kadar koli ta pridržek umakne in o tem obvesti generalnega sekretarja.
3. Nikakršni drugi pridržki na ta sporazum ali na pravilnike, ki so mu dodani, niso dovoljeni; vsaka pogodbenica lahko v skladu s pogoji iz 1. člena izjavi, da ne namerava uporabljati posameznih pravilnikov ali da ne namerava uporabljati nobenega od njih.
12. člen
Pravilnike, ki so dodani temu sporazumu, je mogoče spremeniti v skladu z naslednjim postopkom:
1. Spremembe pravilnikov sprejme upravni odbor na način, opisan v drugem odstavku 1. člena, in v skladu s postopkom, navedenim v dodatku 1. Po potrebi lahko sprememba kot drugo možnost vključuje obstoječe zahteve. Pogodbenice določijo druge možnosti, ki jih bodo uporabljale v okviru pravilnikov. Pogodbenicam, ki uporabljajo eno ali več drugih možnosti v okviru nekega pravilnika, ni treba sprejeti homologacij v skladu s predhodno drugo možnostjo ali možnostmi v istem pravilniku. Pogodbenicam, ki uporabljajo samo najnovejše spremembe, ni treba upoštevati homologacij, podeljenih na podlagi predhodnih sprememb ali nespremenjenih pravilnikov. Pogodbenice, ki uporabljajo starejši sveženj sprememb ali nespremenjeni pravilnik, morajo sprejeti homologacije, ki so bile podeljene na podlagi poznejših sprememb. Ko je sprememba k pravilniku sprejeta, jo mora upravni odbor poslati generalnemu sekretarju. Generalni sekretar o spremembi čim prej obvesti pogodbenice, ki pravilnik uporabljajo.
2. Sprememba k pravilniku je sprejeta, če v šestih mesecih od obvestila generalnega sekretarja več kakor ena tretjina takratnih pogodbenic, ki pravilnik uporabljajo, ne obvesti generalnega sekretarja, da se s spremembami ne strinja. Če generalni sekretar v tem času ni prejel izjave o nestrinjanju od več kakor ene tretjine pogodbenic, ki uporabljajo pravilnik, mora čim prej razglasiti spremembo za sprejeto in zavezujočo za tiste pogodbenice, ki uporabljajo pravilnik in ki se niso izrekle proti spremembi. Če je pravilnik spremenjen in najmanj ena petina pogodbenic, ki uporablja nespremenjeni pravilnik, naknadno izjavi, da želi nadaljevati z uporabo nespremenjenega pravilnika, je nespremenjeni pravilnik druga možnost za spremenjeni pravilnik in se kot tak uradno vključi v pravilnik z veljavnostjo od dneva sprejema spremembe ali njenega začetka veljavnosti. V tem primeru so obveznosti pogodbenic, ki uporabljajo pravilnik, enake, kakor so navedene v prvem odstavku.
3. Če nova pogodbenica pristopi k temu sporazumu v času med obvestilom generalnega sekretarja o spremembi pravilnika in njeni uveljavitvi, ta pravilnik začne veljati za to pogodbenico dva meseca potem, ko je ta uradno sprejela spremembo ali dva meseca po preteku šestih mesecev od takrat, ko je generalni sekretar to pogodbenico obvestil o predlagani spremembi.
13. člen
Besedilo tega sporazuma in njegovih dodatkov je mogoče spremeniti po naslednjem postopku:
1. Vsaka pogodbenica lahko predlaga eno ali več sprememb tega sporazuma in njegovih dodatkov. Besedilo predlagane spremembe sporazuma in njegovih dodatkov je treba poslati generalnemu sekretarju, ki jih pošlje vsem pogodbenicam in o njih obvesti vse druge države, omenjene v prvem odstavku 6. člena tega sporazuma.
2. Vsaka predlagana sprememba, ki je bila poslana v skladu s prvim odstavkom tega člena, je sprejeta, če nobena pogodbenica v šestih mesecih po dnevu, ko je generalni sekretar predlagano spremembo razposlal, ne ugovarja.
3. Generalni sekretar mora vse pogodbenice čim prej obvestiti o ugovorih na predlagano spremembo. Ob ugovoru na predlagano spremembo se šteje, da sprememba ni sprejeta in ne velja. Če ugovora ni, začne sprememba za vse pogodbenice veljati tri mesece po izteku šestih mesecev, navedenih v drugem odstavku tega člena.
14. člen
Poleg obveščanja, določenega v 1., 12. in 13. členu tega sporazuma, mora generalni sekretar obveščati pogodbenice še o:
(a) pristopih v skladu s 6. členom;
(b) dnevih uveljavitve tega sporazuma v skladu s 7. členom;
(c) odpovedih v skladu z 8. členom;
(d) obvestilih, prejetih v skladu z 9. členom;
(e) izjavah in obvestilih, prejetih v skladu s prvim in drugim odstavkom 11. člena;
(f) začetku veljavnosti posamezne spremembe v skladu s prvim in drugim odstavkom 12. člena;
(g) začetku veljavnosti vsake spremembe v skladu s tretjim odstavkom 13. člena.
15. člen
1. Če na dan, ko zgornje določbe začnejo veljati, potekajo postopki za sprejemanje novega pravilnika, določeni v tretjem in četrtem odstavku 1. člena nespremenjenega sporazuma, začne omenjeni novi pravilnik veljati v skladu z določbami petega odstavka navedenega člena.
2. Če na dan, ko zgornje določbe začnejo veljati, potekajo postopki za sprejemanje sprememb pravilnika, določeni v prvem odstavku 12. člena nespremenjenega sporazuma, začne omenjena sprememba veljati v skladu z določbami navedenega člena.
3. Če se vse pogodbenice tega sporazuma strinjajo, se lahko vsak pravilnik, sprejet v skladu z nespremenjenim sporazumom, obravnava, kakor da je sprejet v skladu z zgornjimi določbami.
Dodatek 1
SESTAVA IN POSLOVNIK UPRAVNEGA ODBORA
1. člen
Upravni odbor sestavljajo člani vseh pogodbenic spremenjenega sporazuma.
2. člen
Izvršni sekretar Gospodarske komisije Združenih narodov za Evropo zagotavlja odboru administrativne storitve.
3. člen
Odbor na svoji prvi vsakoletni seji izvoli predsednika in podpredsednika.
4. člen
Generalni sekretar Združenih narodov pod pokroviteljstvom Gospodarske komisije za Evropo skliče odbor, kadar koli je treba izdelati nov pravilnik ali spremeniti posamezni pravilnik.
5. člen
O predlaganih novih pravilnikih se glasuje. Vsaka država, ki je pogodbenica tega sporazuma, ima en glas. Za sprejem sklepov je potreben kvorum najmanj polovice pogodbenic. Kvorum se določi z glasovanjem regionalnih organizacij za povezavo gospodarstva, ki so pogodbenice tega sporazuma, s številom glasov njihovih držav članic. Predstavnik regionalne organizacije za gospodarsko povezavo lahko glasuje z glasovi suverenih držav, ki jo sestavljajo. Predloge novih pravilnikov sprejme dvotretjinska večina navzočih, ki glasujejo.
6. člen
O predlaganih spremembah pravilnikov se glasuje. Vsaka država, ki je pogodbenica tega sporazumu in ki pravilnik uporablja, ima en glas. Za sprejem sklepov je potreben kvorum najmanj polovice pogodbenic. Kvorum se določi z glasovanjem regionalnih organizacij za povezavo gospodarstva, ki so pogodbenice tega sporazuma, s številom glasov njihovih držav članic. Predstavnik regionalne organizacije za gospodarsko povezavo lahko glasuje z glasovi suverenih držav, ki jo sestavljajo. Predloge sprememb pravilnikov sprejme dvotretjinska večina navzočih, ki glasujejo.
Dodatek 2
POSTOPKI ZA ZAGOTAVLJANJE SKLADNOSTI PROIZVODNJE
1. PRVO OCENJEVANJE
1.1 Preden homologacijski organ pogodbenice podeli homologacijo, se mora prepričati, da obstajajo zadovoljiv sistem in postopki za zagotavljanje učinkovitega nadzora, tako da so proizvedena vozila, oprema in njihovi deli v skladu s homologiranim tipom.
1.2 Zahtevo iz točke 1.1 mora preveriti organ, ki homologacijo podeljuje, lahko pa jo v imenu ali na zahtevo organa, ki podeljuje homologacijo, potrdi tudi homologacijski organ druge pogodbenice. V tem primeru ta homologacijski organ pripravi izjavo o skladnosti z navedbo področja in proizvodnih obratov, ki jih šteje za ustrezne in se nanašajo na izdelke v postopku homologacije.
1.3 Pri izpolnjevanju zahteve iz točke 1.1 mora homologacijski organ upoštevati tudi certifikat po standardu ISO 9002, ki si ga je pridobil proizvajalec (ki zajema izdelek ali izdelke v postopku homologacije), ali po enakovrednem akreditacijskem standardu. Proizvajalec mora predložiti podrobnosti o obsegu certifikata in obvestiti homologacijski organ o vseh spremembah veljavnosti certifikata ali njegovega obsega.
1.4 Ko homologacijski organ prejme zahtevo od organa druge pogodbenice tega sporazuma, mora nemudoma poslati izjavo o skladnosti, omenjeno v zadnjem stavku točke 1.2, ali pa sporočiti, da take izjave ne more izdati.
2 SKLADNOST PROIZVODNJE
2.1 Vsako vozilo, oprema ali njegov del, ki je homologiran v skladu s pravilnikom, ki je dodan k temu sporazumu, mora biti izdelan tako, da ustreza homologiranemu tipu, tako da izpolnjuje zahteve tega dodatka in navedenega pravilnika.
2.2 Homologacijski organ pogodbenice, ki podeljuje homologacijo v skladu s pravilnikom, ki je dodan k temu sporazumu, mora preveriti, ali obstajajo ustrezne ureditve in dokumentirani načrti nadzora, za katere se je treba za vsako homologacijo posebej dogovoriti s proizvajalcem, da bo v določenih časovnih presledkih izvajal preskuse ali z njimi povezana preverjanja, potrebne za potrditev nenehne skladnosti s homologiranim tipom. Kadar je to potrebno, morajo biti v to posebej vključeni tudi preskusi, določeni v navedenem pravilniku.
2.3 Imetnik homologacije mora še zlasti:
2.3.1 zagotavljati postopke za učinkovit nadzor skladnosti izdelkov (vozil, opreme ali njihovih delov) s homologacijo;
2.3.2 imeti dostop do preskusne opreme, potrebne za preverjanje skladnosti z vsakim homologiranim tipom;
2.3.3 zagotavljati, da se podatki o rezultatih preskusov zapišejo in da so ti dokumenti še naprej na voljo za obdobje, ki se določi v dogovoru s homologacijskim organom. To obdobje ne sme biti daljše od 10 let;
2.3.4 analizirati rezultate vsakega tipa preskusa, da potrdi in zagotovi stabilnost značilnosti izdelka, ob upoštevanju nihanja v industrijski proizvodnji;
2.3.5 zagotavljati, da so za vsak tip izdelka izvedena najmanj preverjanja, predpisana v tem dodatku, in preskusi, predpisani v veljavnih pravilnikih;
2.3.6 zagotavljati, da bo vsaka skupina vzorcev ali preskušancev, ki dokazuje neskladnost v določeni vrsti preskusa, povzročila nadaljnje vzorčenje in preskuse. Ukreniti je treba vse potrebno, da se v tem delu proizvodnje ponovno vzpostavi skladnost.
2.4 Organ, ki je podelil homologacijo, lahko kadar koli preveri metode nadzora skladnosti, ki se uporabljajo v posameznem proizvodnem obratu. Običajna pogostnost teh preverjanj mora biti v skladu z ureditvijo (če obstaja), sprejeto v skladu s točko 1.2 ali 1.3 tega dodatka, in mora zagotavljati preverjanje metod nadzora skladnosti v obdobju, ki ustreza stopnji zaupanja, ki ga je vzpostavil homologacijski organ.
2.4.1 Ob vsaki kontroli morajo biti kontrolorju na voljo zapisi o preskusih in proizvodnji.
2.4.2 Če vrsta preskusa ustreza, lahko kontrolor naključno izbere vzorce za preskušanje v laboratoriju proizvajalca (ali v laboratoriju tehnične službe, če tako določa pravilnik). Najmanjše število vzorcev se lahko določi glede na rezultate preverjanja, ki ga opravlja proizvajalec.
2.4.3 Če kaže, da je raven nadzora nezadovoljiva, ali če kaže, da je treba preveriti veljavnost preskusov, izvedenih ob izvajanju točke 2.4.2, mora kontrolor izbrati vzorce, ki jih je treba poslati tehnični službi, ki izvaja preskuse za homologacijo.
2.4.4 Homologacijski organ lahko izvede vsako preverjanje ali preskus, ki je predpisan v tem dodatku ali v veljavnem pravilniku, dodanem k temu sporazumu.
2.4.5 Če so rezultati pri kontroli nezadovoljivi, mora homologacijski organ ukreniti vse potrebno, da se čim prej ponovno vzpostavi skladnost proizvodnje.
3. člen
Za izvajanje sporazuma skrbi Ministrstvo za promet.
4. člen
Ta uredba začne veljati naslednji dan po objavi v Uradnem listu Republike Slovenije – Mednarodne pogodbe.
Št. 00724-72/2010
Ljubljana, dne 9. decembra 2010
EVA 2010-1811-0047
Vlada Republike Slovenije
mag. Mitja Gaspari l.r.
Minister
(*/) Prejšnji naslov sporazuma:
Sporazum o sprejemanju enotnih pogojev homologacije in o medsebojnem priznavanju homologacij za opremo in dele motornih vozil, sklenjen v Ženevi, 20. marca 1958.