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Main information about the service
The economic operator is obliged to notify to the Czech Mining Authority each introduction of a new type of product, which includes explosives precursors, on the market of the Czech Republic, including its chemical composition and trade name.read more
Does this apply to me?
It concerns an economic entity (ie an entrepreneur in the field of explosives precursors) who intends to place on the market of the Czech Republic a product containing explosives precursors.
Notification to the Czech Mining Authority
Ensuring general security.
When to address the serviceBack to top
The economic entity must solve the service if it intends to place on the market in the Czech Republic a product containing explosives precursors.
How to get the service
What do you need when solving the service electronically
A scanned notification (if the document is sent via a data box) or an electronic version with an electronic signature is required; this also applies to other necessary documents characterizing the product, which will be attached to the notification (product documentation specifying its composition, properties, etc.).
Where and how to solve the service electronically
By submitting (e-mail, data message) to the Czech Mining Authority.
An electronic signature, e-mail address, or data box.
Could be solved via e-identity
Is the service charged when solving electronically
What you’ll need to provide
Make the submission either in person (by protocol, through the filing office, etc.) or send a postal item.
Where to solve the service
Either in person or send a consignment by post to the following address: Czech Mining Authority, Kozí 4, Prague 1.
Is the service charged when solving in person?
Responsible Public Authority
Český báňský úřad
11000 Praha 1
Datová schránka: rn6aas6
Additional information about the serviceBack to top
Failure to notify can result in penalties of up to CZK 100,000.
The Czech language.
Last checked at 31.10.2020