آخر تحديث - 7 ديسمبر 2020
On 25 January 2011, the Riga Aeronautical Institute and EUROCONTROL reached an agreement on the use of a single European Aeronautical Database (EEAS). As part of this agreement, the RAI is responsible for training AIS specialists for the use of the EEAS database. The OET that received the ETA request defines the work and evaluation program taking into account the essential characteristics relevant to the appropriate use and based on the agreement between the manufacturer and the TAB. All parties agree to contribute to the financing of eligible costs to meet an EEAS that affects them. The costs to be shared are determined as part of the agreement. Some cost-sharing rules can be summarized as follows: Member States or the European Commission may make formal objections to the EEAS. The main content of the European technical assessment is information on the use and performance of a product. The European Assessment Document (EEAS) is a harmonised technical specification for construction products. It is developed by the European Organisation for Technical Assessment (EOTA) for cases where a product is not fully covered by harmonised European standards. EADs form the basis for the development of European technical assessments. The document contains the only source of aeronautical information that is used for the ATM and beyond.
Each state and territory has its own legislation on the control and eradication of animal diseases within its borders, including movement controls and compensation. Some states and territories are responsible for implementing responses to EEAS ideas within their borders. The technical aspects of the response are defined by the Chief Veterinary Officer (CVO) of the state or territory, in consultation with the Advisory Committee on Animal Diseases (ACAD) and guided by disease strategies within THE AUSVETPLAN. The State or CVO Area establishes the Epizooties Emergency Response Plan that specifically applies to the state or territory EEAS outbreak and is forwarded to the CCEAD for approval. The EEAS project will be reviewed as part of the EOTA. Organizations designated for the product group or groups concerned and/or horizontal or ad hoc working groups will also participate in the development process. The development process is managed by the RTAB. Biosecurity refers to processes or measures used to protect a country, state or individual agricultural objects from the penetration and spread of undesirable pests, diseases, downpours and pollutants. It includes measures taken to reduce the risk of an infectious disease entering an animal population and to reduce the spread of infectious diseases. It is ideal to prevent the penetration and appearance of an EEAS in the first place.
The EEAS is safer, faster, more accurate and less expensive than the old non-harmonized methods of collecting and delivering AIS data. It increases the availability and accessibility of AIS information and helps reduce safety risks associated with the dissemination and publication of aviation information. The European Evaluation Document (EEAS) is the documentation of the methods and criteria accepted by the EOTA as methods and criteria applicable to the evaluation of the performance of a construction product according to its essential characteristics. The EEAS is developed in all cases where the assessment of a construction product is not covered or is not fully covered by a harmonized technical specification [EU regulation) 305/2011]. Maintaining Australia`s biosecurity status requires a multitude of interconnected components. Click on each circle to see a description of the various components involved in the EEAS responses. This content is also covered in more detail by the Animal Health Australia (AHA) Online Course The Emergency Animal Disease Foundation. Previously, European Technical Authorisation Directives (ETAGs) had been developed on behalf of the European Commission to determine how authorisation bodies should assess the specific characteristics/requirements of a c product