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Flying buildings which require an execution permit may be used without prejudice to other provisions only if their installation is indicated to the lower building inspectorate of the site on presentation of the test book and the flying buildings have been accepted from it (acceptance of use).
The notification of the acceptance of use, at the local competent lower building inspectorate (UBA), is the test book as well as the information necessary for acceptance of the respective stand (such as location, size, topography/surface condition; water supply, including, where appropriate, access roads, entrances and emergency exits) and, where necessary, additional plans (such as overview, location and sub-palleting plan for suspended terrain) and, where necessary, additional plans (such as overview, location and sub-palleting plan for suspended terrain).
The notification of the acceptance of use must be addressed informally to the local competent lower building inspectorate.
The prerequisite for acceptance of use is given if the Flying Construction has an inspection book with a valid execution permit, the test book has been submitted to the local lower building inspectorate for early examination, set up in time and this was indicated.
Construction Supervision Requirements for Flying Buildings - Circular of the Ministry of Finance of 1 December 2015 (Az. 13 201 - 465)
Display, acceptance of use The installation of a flying building shall be submitted to the local building inspectorate on presentation of the test book and the information required for acceptance of the respective stand (such as location, size, topography/surface condition; fire-fighting water supply, including, where appropriate, access roads, entrances and emergency exits) and, where necessary, additional plans (such as overview, location and sub-palleting plan in the case of suspended terrain) in good time. The display shall also indicate when the Flying Building is ready for acceptance. Flying structures must be set up in time so that acceptance of use can be carried out before commissioning. In the case of special or technically difficult flying structures (such as .B. grandstands, roller coasters, etc.) or if a review of the plant technology is required in individual cases, experts may also be involved. In particular, when accepting use, it is necessary to (a) the validity of the test book; (b) the conformity of the Flying Building with the building documents and compliance with the ancillary provisions of the execution permit; (c) the safe construction of the Flying Building with regard to the ground conditions on site; (d) the proper management and marking of rescue routes, in particular in tents with more than 400 places. Acceptance of use may be limited to samples. The building inspectorate is to give the authorities or bodies whose remit is affected the opportunity to participate in the acceptance of use (fire protection department, public order office, trade inspectorate and trade association). The result of the acceptance of use must be entered in the test book.