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2004

CIS 04-11 Ordinance No.13/2004 (19 Apr.) of the Ministry for Employment Policy and Labour concerning the detailed rules for the selection of organisms responsible for the examination, homologation and control of the suitability of personal protective equipment, concerning the notification of such selections to the European Commission and the Member States of the European Union, as well as concerning the fees payable for the selection procedures [Hungary]
13/2004. (IV. 19.) FMM rendelet az egyéni védőeszközök megfelelőségét vizsgáló, tanúsító, ellenőrző szervezetek kijelölésének részletes szabályairól és az Európai Bizottságnak, illetőleg az Európai Unió tagállamainak való bejelentéséről, valamint a kijelölési eljárásért fizetendő igazgatási szolgáltatási díjról [in Hungarian]
This Ordinance establishes the procedures for selecting organisms responsible for the examination, homologation and control of the suitability of personal protective equipment in accordance with European Union practice.
Magyar Közlöny, 19 Apr. 2004, No.49, p.4388-4395. Also: Internet copy, 9p.
http://net.jogtar.hu/jr/gen/hjegy_doc.cgi?docid=A0400013.FMM [in Hungarian]
04-0011.pdf [in Hungarian]

1995

CIS 96-1 Ordinance No.2/1995 (6 Jan.) of the Minister of Labour concerning the rules for the issuing of certificates for personal protective equipment [Hungary]
A munkaügyi miniszter 2/1995. (I. 6.) MüM rendelete az egyéni védőeszközök minősítő bizonyítványa kiadásának szabályairól [in Hungarian]
This ordinance (effective 21 Jan. 1995) was issued under Hungarian Act No.93 concerning occupational safety and health (CIS 94-1). It defines personal protective equipment (PPE) (excluding those used for the protection of military and police forces and athletes). The ordinance is not concerned with equipment providing protection against ionizing radiation. Certification of PPE is the responsibility of the OMMF (the National OSH and Labour Inspectorate). Certificates are normally issued for 3 years. However, should relevant regulations change or the PPE be significantly altered, its certification will be withdrawn. All PPE must bear its approval mark in a prominent place. Costs of certification are to be met by the requestor. PPE are also subject to control tests in certain situations. In annex: sample certificate request forms; general health and safety requirements of PPE (based on directive 89/686/EEC); PPE testing methods not regulated by existing standards; list of PPE subject to manufacturer's suitability declarations; list of PPE that does not need health testing; the approval mark; list of relevant standards of legal force. The ordinance (but not its annexes) was also published in Magyar Közlöny, 6 Jan. 1995, Vol.1, No.1, p.16-19.
Munkaügyi Közlöny, 25 Jan. 1995, Vol.39, No.1, p.24-69. Illus.
96-0001.pdf [in Hungarian]