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London build 2015 06 eota - eta tool for non-standardised products-pds

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For any area that needs improvement, the first step is to replace commodity-based standards with performance-based standards. 

“Performance" here always relates to "total building performance," so that, even though you can talk about the performance of a component part or sub-system, it must be measured in relation to the performance of the total building system.

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London build 2015 06 eota - eta tool for non-standardised products-pds

  1. 1. EOTA experience and feed-back, Brussels 12015-06-18
  2. 2. 2015-06-18 EOTA experience and feed-back, Brussels 2
  3. 3. How to support innovation to enter the market? Performance Paradigm Shift. Expertise Product manufacture Plant Construction Work Contract Regulations - European - National Stakeholders Certification: Attestation of the conformity of … against a set of defined and stated requirements , according to a defined scheme, and in a well specified context. Assessment of construction process: in a defined context, determining technical recommendations allowing guidance to the stakeholders in their decisions on the reliable construction of a defined work. EOTA experience and feed-back, Brussels
  4. 4. Simplifiedprocedures (Art.36to38) hEN Different ways to EU marketing Market Declaration of Perf. CE marking Regulation (EU) No 305/2011 (of 9 March 2011) Regulation (EC) No 764/2008 (of 9 July 2008) MutualRecognitionof NationalTechnicalDocument ETAssessment Free choice of a manufacturer to apply for an ETA for a product not or not fully covered by a hEN EOTA experience and feed-back, Brussels
  5. 5. EU harmonized technical specifications 2015-06-18 EOTA experience and feed-back, Brussels 5 Declaration of PerformanceCPR BRCW ID Mandate to CEN Request for ETA hEN EAD ETA Note: ETAG Published before 1st July 2013 may be used as EAD The European Assessment Documents (EAD): - developed and adopted by the organization of TABs: EOTA, - support the assessment of product(s) and serve the issuing of European Technical Assessments (ETA). 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
  6. 6. CPR - Meaning of CE Marking (Art. 8(2)) By affixing or having affixed the CE marking, manufacturers indicate that they take responsibility for the conformity of the construction product with the declared performance as well as the compliance with all applicable requirements laid down in this Regulation and in other relevant Union harmonisation legislation providing for its affixing. EOTA experience and feed-back, Brussels
  7. 7. EAD – ETA – DOP process ETA Request Manufacturer’s technical file European Assessment Document (EAD) European Technical Assessment (ETA) ETA Content • Legal bases • Definition of product-type(s) and intended use(s) • Performance of product-type(s) and assessment methods • Assessment and verification of constancy of performance Declaration of Performance Assessment and verification of the constancy of performance (AVCP) CE marking + instructions and safety info EOTA experience and feed-back, Brussels
  8. 8. CPR as a Performance Paradigm Shift 2015-06-18 EOTA experience and feed-back, Brussels 8 EOTA Added Value Pre-standardization
  9. 9. Conclusion • CPR clearly set the responsibility of a manufacturer placing a product on the market, when it has drawn up a declaration of performance (DoP) and CE marked its product (products fully covered by a hEN, or, for which an ETA has been issued on manufacturer’s request); • CE marking and DoP provide Data for market surveillance authorities; • CPR forces Member States to model their rules on the basis of the essential characteristics agreed in the harmonized technical specification; • BUT, the CPR approach doesn’t consider the users’ (all construction stakeholders) needs for reliable technical information on the product as part of a construction system. The ETA/EAD approach promoted by the European Commission is in that respect reversing the progress made in EU harmonization in the framework of the CPD (Directive 89/106/EEC) 2015-06-18 EOTA experience and feed-back, Brussels 9
  10. 10. EOTA International non profit organisation (a.i.s.b.l) Thank you for your attention! Peter D. Schellinck – Secretary General Kunstlaan 40 Avenue des Arts, 1040 Brussels Tel 00 32 2 502 69 00 - info@eota.eu – www.eota.eu 2015-06-18 EOTA experience and feed-back, Brussels 10

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