Calibration Service Centre - conditions for obtaining the licence

27. 2. 2010 | Source: Ministry of Industry and Trade of The Czech Republic

The chart sets forth conditions for obtaining the licence to calibrate gauges and application requirements.

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Conditions for granting a licence

The authority shall grant the licence, provided that the applicant is able to demonstrate their eligibility to calibrate gauges by presenting a certificate issued under a special regulation (accreditation under Act No. 22/1997 Coll., on technical requirements for products and amendment of and addition to certain Acts).

Application requirements

A certificate of accreditation issued by the Czech Accreditation Institute shall be annexed to the request.

Further information on licence proceedings

Type of licence

  • Licence

Respective authority

  • Czech Office for Standards, Metrology and Testing

Control and supervisory bodies

  • Czech Office for Standards, Metrology and Testing

Application clearing deadline

  • 30 days as specified by the Code of Administrative Procedure

Fees

  • No payment obligation specified

Validity period of licence

  • Unlimited-term licence

Authorisation granted by expiration of deadline period

  • These proceedings are subject to the rule that a licence shall be automatically granted upon expiry of the deadline period.

Legal Regulation

  • Act No. 505/1990 Coll., on metrology
  • Act No. 22/1997 Coll., on technical requirements for products and amendment of and addition to certain Acts)

Related legal regulations

  • Decree No. 262/2000 Coll. ensuring the uniformity and accuracy of measuring instruments and measurement

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