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Analysis of minimal criteria for environmental inspection Basic study for twinning project [email protected] INTRODUCTION. Recommendation of EP and Counci l 2001/331/EC binding for all member states of IMPEL Based on Minim um criteria of IMPEL One of the twinning objectives.

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Analysis of minimal criteria for environmental inspection

Basic study for twinning project

[email protected]


INTRODUCTION

  • Recommendation of EP and Council

  • 2001/331/ECbinding for all member states

  • of IMPEL

  • Based on Minimum criteria of IMPEL

  • One of the twinning objectives


STRUCTURE OF ANALYSIS

  • Quotation of each point chapter by

  • chapter

  • Description of actual situation at CEI

  • Assessment of point fulfillment


Results of analysis
Results of Analysis

Chapter I and II:Purpose; area of force

and definitions +

Chapter III:organisation and carrying out

inspections-it is mainly fulfilled (see

further on)

  • + specifically in international co-operation (IMPEL)

  • improve: co-ordination of inspection with neighbours


Chap iv plans of inspection
Chap.IV:Plans of inspection

  • from the main part +

  • plans do not cover all installations,

  • unified register is missing

  • are not fully accessible for public,

  • determinative is not the overall environmental

    assessment but the media-specific one

  • do not contain co-ordination with other inspection

    bodies


Chap v inspection on site
Chap.V: Inspection on site

  • 2 points +

  • Inspection on site are not co-ordinated with other organisations, results are not always exchanged

  • the purpose is not primarily support of operator’s knowledge and understanding of EU legislation

  • inspections before permit issuing depends on invitation from permitting body


Chap. VI and VII

  • Chap. VI: Reports and conclusions from inspection

  • mainly +

  • missing publishing reports from inspections or

  • conclusions

  • Chap.VII: Inquiries in serious accidents, events and

  • serious non-compliance

  • +


Chap. VIII: General rules for report prep. on inspection activity in the environment field

  • Preparation of report at the beginning of 2003 for2002

  • It is not available on CEI websites

  • EC will carry out assessment


Chap.IX: Check up and other progress,Recommendation 2001/331/ES

  • Assessment of the report after 1 year: for future

  • membersEU is missing the integrated approach

  • Further process on the basis of report assessment after

  • 2 years: in case of not fulfilling new legislation EC

  • Minimum criteria for inspectors’ qualification are being

  • developed by IMPEL

  • Training programme development for env. inspectors-at

  • CEI only partially, ? result of this project


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