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EOTA:	HELLO!	
25/10/2016	 EOTA	-	ePower&Building	2016	 1
EOTA	engages	in	dialogue	with	all	stakeholders	on	the	issues	iden?fied	in	the	CPR	via	technical,	professional	and	poli?cal	...
EOTA:	What	not	
Individual
Certification
bodies
Individual
Laboratorie
s
CEOC
IAF
ILAC
Codex
International
Government
Non-...
STANDARDS:	WHY?	
Harmonised	Assessments	and	You:	
Their	Role	in	our	Everyday	Lives	
nEnhance health, safety and quality of...
CPR:	WHY?	AIM	
25/10/2016	 EOTA	-	ePower&Building	2016	 5	
The	CPR	aims	to	ensure	that	reliable	performance-related	data	i...
EOTA:	WHO?	
25/10/2016	 EOTA	-	ePower&Building	2016	 6
✓  The	CPR	simplifies	and	modernizes	the	regulatory	environment	for	construc?on	products	while		
guaranteeing	the	credibili...
Key	elements	of	the	Regula1on:	
•  Basic	Requirements	for	Construc?on	Works	
•  Harmonised	standards	
•  European	Technica...
Regulation (EU) No 305/2011 (of 9 March 2011)
EAD (European Assessment Document)
Declaration
of performance
AVCPtasks
CE m...
EOTA:	Deliverables	
25/10/2016	 EOTA	-	ePower&Building	2016	 10
EOTA:	Processes	
25/10/2016	 EOTA	-	ePower&Building	2016	 11
Simplifiedprocedures
(Art.36to38)
hEN
Market
Declaration of Performance.
CE marking
Regulation (EC) No 764/2008 (of 9 July...
Declara?on	of		
Performance	CPR 	BRCW 	ID	
Mandate	to	CEN	
Request	for	ETA	
hEN	
EAD	
ETA	
Nota: ETAG Published before 1st...
Documented	assessment	of	the	performance	of	a	product	
Granted	by	a	TAB	on	the	basis	of	a	European		
Assessment	Document	(...
DirecFve	+	naFonal	transposiFon	 RegulaFon	
ETA	=>	Fitness	for	use	
All	the	relevant	characteris?cs	
ETA	=>	Performance	of...
•  Standard
•  Individual
•  Material
•  Potpourri
•  Legal
•  Erratic
S	
I	
P	
L	
E	
COMMON	CONSTRUCTION	APPROACH	
KEEP	I...
EOTA Added Value
EOTA Added Value
ETA
25/10/2016	 EOTA	-	ePower&Building	2016	 17
EOTAStatus
(11 June 2013)
EOTA
Internal Regulation
EOTA Guidance on
ETA Application Form
EOTA Guidance on
ServiceAgreement...
➢  Preliminary	exchange	phase	between	the	manufacturer	and	the	TAB:	
▪  Preparing	the	request	
▪  Answering	the	manufactur...
ETA	=	technical	specifica?on	suppor?ng	the		
declara?on	of	performance	and	CE	marking	of	a	product	
25/10/2016	 EOTA	-	ePow...
-365	
-182.5	
182.5	
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547.5	
730	
912.5	
1095	
330011-00-0601	
330012-00-0601	
130002-00-0304	
350003-00-1109	
350005-...
Safety	and		
quality	of	
construc?
on		works	
Products	
Competences	
Rules:	
-	Design	
-	Execu?on	
-	Maintenance	
…	
12	m	...
EOTA:	the	End	&	Goodbye	
25/10/2016	 EOTA	-	ePower&Building	2016	 23
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  1. 1. EOTA: HELLO! 25/10/2016 EOTA - ePower&Building 2016 1
  2. 2. EOTA engages in dialogue with all stakeholders on the issues iden?fied in the CPR via technical, professional and poli?cal plaHorms 25/10/2016 EOTA - ePower&Building 2016 2 EOTA: Summary
  3. 3. EOTA: What not Individual Certification bodies Individual Laboratorie s CEOC IAF ILAC Codex International Government Non-Government WTO/TBT Inquiry point WTO/SPS Trade DG CEN Enterprise & Growth DG EUROLAB TAB European Food Safety Authority CENELEC ETSI EFTA Secretariat European Commission Health & Consumer Protection DG EA ANEC European National Governments IEC JTC1 ISO ITU National Standardization Bodies in Europe Energy DG Environment DG Eurep GAP NationallyRecognizedAccreditationBodies ECOS NORMAPME BIPM EUROMET NMI’s in Europe OIMLWELMEC National Legal Metrology Authorities TUTB WFTAO EOTA 25/10/2016 EOTA - ePower&Building 2016 3
  4. 4. STANDARDS: WHY? Harmonised Assessments and You: Their Role in our Everyday Lives nEnhance health, safety and quality of life nFacilitate global trade and market access nSupport product reliability and quality nReduce costs, improve supplier relations nGuide business communications and marketing nAdvance innovation and new technologies nSupport regulatory goals and compliance nTransfer technology to the marketplace 25/10/2016 EOTA - ePower&Building 2016 4
  5. 5. CPR: WHY? AIM 25/10/2016 EOTA - ePower&Building 2016 5 The CPR aims to ensure that reliable performance-related data is made available, by means of Declara<ons of Performance, in rela<on to construc<on products being placed on the European market. The primary purpose of the CPR is to break down technical barriers to trade in order to ensure the free movement of construction products across Member States within the European Union. It does this by harmonising those elements which previously led to barriers by providing for: ✓  a system of harmonised technical specifications (over 450 harmonised standards for construction products (hENs) are currently in force), ✓  reduction of the financial burden on manufacturers, in particular small and medium sized enterprises. ✓  improved transparency and effectiveness of the existing measures. ✓  an agreed system of attestation of conformity and verification of constancy for eachproduct family (as set out in the harmonised technical specifications), ✓  a framework of notified bodies, and ✓  the mandatory CE marking of construction products as a passport to the internal market. It is important to note that the CPR does not aim to harmonise national building codes.
  6. 6. EOTA: WHO? 25/10/2016 EOTA - ePower&Building 2016 6
  7. 7. ✓  The CPR simplifies and modernizes the regulatory environment for construc?on products while guaranteeing the credibility of the CE mark, as well as its predominance over other na?onal cer?fica?ons. ✓  The primary requirement of the CPR is that, from 1 July 2013, manufacturers, when placing a construc?on product on the market must make a Declara?on of Performance (DoP) for the product and affix the CE Mark. ✓  The objec?ve of the CPR is not to define the safety of construc?on products, but to ensure that reliable informa?on is presented in rela?on to their performance - and all this in a harmonized manner across Europe. This is achieved by providing a “common technical language”, offering uniform assessment methods for the performance of construc?on products. ✓  The CE Marking for construc?on products is a tool to communicate informa?on, like for example a passport; it is not a mark of quality. The CE Marking indicates that the manufacturer is taking responsibility for the conformity of the construc?on product with the declared performance (in the DoP) and for compliance with the CPR and other relevant Union harmonisa?on providing for affixing CE Marking. The CPR does not set any requirements for the performance of construc?on products. ✓  The CPR recognizes the possibility of using electronic means and websites for the provision of Declara?on of Performance. 25/10/2016 EOTA - ePower&Building 2016 7 CPR: What?
  8. 8. Key elements of the Regula1on: •  Basic Requirements for Construc?on Works •  Harmonised standards •  European Technical Assessments •  Assessment and Verifica?on of Constancy of Performance •  Degree of 3rd Party Cer?fica?on •  No?fied bodies •  Declara?on of Performance (DoP) •  CE Marking 25/10/2016 EOTA - ePower&Building 2016 8 CPR: What?
  9. 9. Regulation (EU) No 305/2011 (of 9 March 2011) EAD (European Assessment Document) Declaration of performance AVCPtasks CE marking Test report Calcul. report Simul. report Experience Claimsof manufacturer Instructions and safety information (article 11.6) ET-Assessment 9 months maximum 25/10/2016 EOTA - ePower&Building 2016 9
  10. 10. EOTA: Deliverables 25/10/2016 EOTA - ePower&Building 2016 10
  11. 11. EOTA: Processes 25/10/2016 EOTA - ePower&Building 2016 11
  12. 12. Simplifiedprocedures (Art.36to38) hEN Market Declaration of Performance. CE marking Regulation (EC) No 764/2008 (of 9 July 2008) Regulation (EU) No 305/2011 (of 9 March 2011) MutualRecognitionof NationalTechnicalDocument ETAssessment 25/10/2016 EOTA - ePower&Building 2016 12
  13. 13. Declara?on of Performance CPR BRCW ID Mandate to CEN Request for ETA hEN EAD ETA Nota: ETAG Published before 1st July 2013 may be used as EAD CPR: Regulation (EU) No 305/2011 - BRCW: Basic Requirements for Construction Works - ID: Interpretative documents CEN: Comité Européen de Normalisation - hEN: European harmonized Standard - EAD: European Assessment Document - ETA: European Technical Assessment – TAB: Technical Assessment Body The European Assessment Document (EAD): ➢  developed and adopted by the organization of TABs: EOTA legal document, ➢  support the assessment of product(s), and ➢  serves the issuing of European Technical Assessment (ETA). 25/10/2016 EOTA - ePower&Building 2016 13
  14. 14. Documented assessment of the performance of a product Granted by a TAB on the basis of a European Assessment Document (EAD) on a manufacturer’s request ➢  Defini1on of the product and its declared intended use(s) ➢  Performances, expressed in level or class or by mean of a descrip1on, of the essen1al characteris1cs agreed between the manufacturer and the TAB (technical assump1ons required to reach these performances) ➢  Technical details for the implementa1on of the system of assessment and verifica1on of the constancy of performance No defined limit of validity Warning: Article 4.2 25/10/2016 EOTA - ePower&Building 2016 14
  15. 15. DirecFve + naFonal transposiFon RegulaFon ETA => Fitness for use All the relevant characteris?cs ETA => Performance of the essen?al characteris?cs agreed for the intended use ETAG or CUAP => all the relevant characteris?cs for the intended use EAD => agreed relevant essen?al characteris?cs for the intended use (Art. 4.2: Communica?on of declared essen?al characteris?cs only) Possible objec?on on ETA (art.5.1) Possible objec?on on EAD but not on ETA CE interven?on on the content of an EAD (competence/responsibility) ETA => 5years validity ETA => no defined limit of validity 25/10/2016 EOTA - ePower&Building 2016 15
  16. 16. •  Standard •  Individual •  Material •  Potpourri •  Legal •  Erratic S I P L E COMMON CONSTRUCTION APPROACH KEEP IT CPD CPR EOTA MOTTO www.eota.eu •  Safety HE •  Innovative M • Market •  Performance •  Logic •  Effective Performance paradigm 25/10/2016 EOTA - ePower&Building 2016 16
  17. 17. EOTA Added Value EOTA Added Value ETA 25/10/2016 EOTA - ePower&Building 2016 17
  18. 18. EOTAStatus (11 June 2013) EOTA Internal Regulation EOTA Guidance on ETA Application Form EOTA Guidance on ServiceAgreement TAB ETA Application form TAB General conditions TAB Specific conditions EOTA Guidance on ETA EC Implementing Act on ETAformat EOTA Guidance on EAD EOTA Step-by-step procedure EOTA Guidance on Work programme for EAD EOTA Quality Approach Consistency of ETA EOTA Service Processes & Procedures 25/10/2016 EOTA - ePower&Building 2016 18 EC Delegated Act on Annex V Role TAB vs. NB
  19. 19. ➢  Preliminary exchange phase between the manufacturer and the TAB: ▪  Preparing the request ▪  Answering the manufacturer’s request ▪  Understanding and agreeing on the request ➢  Contract agreement for the request ➢  Introduc?on of the Technical Dossier for the ETA ➢  Preliminary instruc?on phase and Registra?on of the Technical Dossier for the ETA ➢  Development of a relevant EAD, where necessary ➢  Assessing the product and Gran?ng the ETA on the basis of the EAD 25/10/2016 EOTA - ePower&Building 2016 19
  20. 20. ETA = technical specifica?on suppor?ng the declara?on of performance and CE marking of a product 25/10/2016 EOTA - ePower&Building 2016 20
  21. 21. -365 -182.5 182.5 365 547.5 730 912.5 1095 330011-00-0601 330012-00-0601 130002-00-0304 350003-00-1109 350005-00-1104 120001-00-0106 200002-00-0602 130005-00-0304 070001-00-0504 340006-00-0506 020001-00-0405 090001-00-0404 190002-00-0502 280001-00-0704 200005-00-0103 230005-00-0106 230004-00-0106 040005-00-1201 130013-00-0304 130012-00-0304 130010-00-0304 130011-00-0304 340002-00-0204 120003-00-0106 040016-00-0404 340025-00-0403 130022-00-0304 060001-00-0802 320002-00-0605 020002-00-0404 330075-00-0601 330080-00-0602 330079-00-0602 330083-00-0601 200017-00-0302 200014-00-0103 010001-00-0301 340037-00-0204 200019-00-0102 220008-00-0402 220007-00-0402 200022-00-0302 330153-00-0602 230008-00-0106 040048-00-0502 350134-00-1104 200026-00-0102 040090-00-1201 130033-00-0603 290001-00-0701 090017-00-0404 040138-00-1201 150003-00-0301 220025-00-0401 220021-00-0402 020011-00-0405 080002-00-0102 200039-00-0102 060003-00-0802 260006-00-0301 320002-01-0605 330008-02-0601 EAD process dura?on 0 Time un?l EAD is published in OJEU Time un?l EAD sent to OJEU Time un?l 1st ETA issued on the basis of EAD Registra?on to Adopted in EOTA (EAD Draoing Cons. Un?l) Time from Applica?on to Registra?on in EOTA 25/10/2016 EOTA - ePower&Building 2016 21
  22. 22. Safety and quality of construc? on works Products Competences Rules: - Design - Execu?on - Maintenance … 12 m tall and cost just $53 to make! 3D 25/10/2016 EOTA - ePower&Building 2016 22 “Digital economy: are we ready? NO!”
  23. 23. EOTA: the End & Goodbye 25/10/2016 EOTA - ePower&Building 2016 23

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