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BERCEN 2 nd Exchange program – 8-12 April 2003, Bulgaria. REPORTING SYSTEM ON SITE VISITS. O R D E R Nr. 541 / 10.05.2000. approval of ”The technical norms on the organization and development of inspection and control activities in environment protection”.

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Bercen 2 nd exchange program 8 12 april 2003 bulgaria

BERCEN 2nd Exchange program – 8-12 April 2003, Bulgaria

REPORTING SYSTEM ON SITE VISITS

Ministry of Waters and Environmental Protection, ROMANIA


O r d e r nr 541 10 05 2000

O R D E RNr. 541 / 10.05.2000

  • approval of ”The technical norms on the organization and development of inspection and control activities in environment protection”

Ministry of Waters and Environmental Protection, ROMANIA


O r d e r nr 541 10 05 2000 general provisions

O R D E R Nr. 541 / 10.05.2000 GENERAL PROVISIONS

  • The inspection activity is compulsory for the economic and social activities with impact on the environment and is accomplished by environment inspectors accredited by central environmental authority

  • The inspection activity will progress prior for activities/targets with significant impact

  • The inspection activity has a ceaseless character.

  • The inspection activity is carried out periodically and in different time funds from one target to another, depending on the impact produced on the environment.

Ministry of Waters and Environmental Protection, ROMANIA


O r d e r nr 541 10 05 2000 field of application

O R D E R Nr. 541 / 10.05.2000FIELD OF APPLICATION

  • New objectives and activities

  • Existing objectives and/or activities

  • The economic and social objectives and activities with impact on the environment are classified as follows:

    • Objectives A – with significant impact

    • Objectives B – with medium impact

    • All the other objectives that do not enter in the first two categories are objectives and/or activities with lower impact on the environment

Ministry of Waters and Environmental Protection, ROMANIA


O r d e r nr 541 10 05 2000 types of inspections

O R D E R Nr. 541 / 10.05.2000TYPES OF INSPECTIONS

  • General permitting inspection

  • Diagnostic inspection

  • Compliance evaluation inspection

  • General inspection

  • Compliance evaluation inspection with sampling

  • Toxic pollutant assessment inspection

  • Environmental performance evaluation inspection

  • Thematic inspection

  • Inspection in case of accidental pollution

  • Follow-up inspection

Ministry of Waters and Environmental Protection, ROMANIA


O r d e r nr 541 10 05 2000 site inspection

O R D E R Nr. 541 / 10.05.2000SITE INSPECTION

  • The opening session

  • The control strictly speaking

  • The completion of the inspection report

  • The closing session

Ministry of Waters and Environmental Protection, ROMANIA


O r d e r nr 541 10 05 2000 the final stage

O R D E R Nr. 541 / 10.05.2000THE FINAL STAGE

  • The presentation of the inspection report issued to be approved by the chief inspector

  • The information of the environment authority’s leadership in order to getting the approval, with a view to notify the legal bodies to start the criminal investigation and issue the “Criminal Complaint File” etc

  • The pursuit, at territorial level, of the cashing and/or transmitting to the Public Finances General Direction and State Financial Control (GDFPCFS) of the offending sanctions applied according to the legislation in force.

Ministry of Waters and Environmental Protection, ROMANIA


O r d e r nr 541 10 05 2000 public access to information

O R D E R Nr. 541 / 10.05.2000PUBLIC ACCESS TO INFORMATION

  • TEPI sets the inspection reports’ register, where registration is done in the order of issuing these reports.

  • TEPI will put at the public consultations disposal, on request, any document or data obtained or resulted from the inspection and the measures set after inspection.

  • TEPI will make it public through written, visual, audio, electronic information, at least twice a year, any information regarding

    • the state of the environment, given the quality of all the environment factors and the interaction in-between;

    • the local environment policy, the plans and programs developed by the environment authority and the most important measures enforced to the economic operators

Ministry of Waters and Environmental Protection, ROMANIA


O r d e r nr 541 10 05 2000 public access to information1

O R D E R Nr. 541 / 10.05.2000Public access to information

  • Those data who’s public revelation could affect negatively will not be put at the public disposal, for the public debate

  • TEPI will encourage the economic operators that develop activities with significant impact upon the environment to regularly inform the public about the impact of their products and activitiesupon the environment

Ministry of Waters and Environmental Protection, ROMANIA


Bercen 2 nd exchange program 8 12 april 2003 bulgaria

Model and contents of inspection report

Approved

CHIEF INSPECTOR,

..........................................................

Ministry of Waters and Environmental Protection, ROMANIA


Model and contents of inspection report

Model and contents of inspection report

Ministry of Waters and Environmental Protection, ROMANIA


Model and contents of inspection report inspection plan

Model and contents of inspectionreportInspection plan

  • 1) TYPE OF INSPECTION:

  • 2) INSPECTION’S TARGETS:

  • 3) ANALYSED DOCUMENTS:

  • 4) NECESSARY COLLABORATIONS:

  • 5) INFORMATION NECESSARY TO BE PICKED UP:

  • 6) PROCESSES SPECIFIC TO THE UNIT TO BE INSPECTED:

  • 7) NECESSITY OF A SAMPLING PLAN:

Ministry of Waters and Environmental Protection, ROMANIA


Model and contents of inspection report inspection plan cont

Model and contents of inspectionreportInspection plan – cont.

  • 8) NECESSARY EQUIPMENT:

  • 9) NECESAARY PERSONNEL:

  • 10) TEAM MEMBERS’ RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • 11) DATE OF INSPECTION/TIME NECESSARY:

  • Total:

  • Out of which:

  • Time for preparing the inspection:

  • Time for a trip to the objective:

  • Time for inspecting the objective:

  • Time for the final stage:

  • 12) ORDER OF THE INSPECTION ACTIVITIES:

  • 13) DOCUMENTS/REGISTRATIONS NECESSARY TO BE CONSULTED DURING THE INSPECTION

Ministry of Waters and Environmental Protection, ROMANIA


Bercen 2 nd exchange program 8 12 april 2003 bulgaria

Registration to the unit............/.......................

SECTION A: INSPECTION’S IDENTIFICATION DATA

SECTION B: DATA ON INSPECTED UNIT

Ministry of Waters and Environmental Protection, ROMANIA


Bercen 2 nd exchange program 8 12 april 2003 bulgaria

Ministry of Waters and Environmental Protection, ROMANIA


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