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Members shall nominate their representatives and shall be responsible for ensuring that. their representatives provide a high level of expertise Members may appoint. representatives on an ad hoc basis depending on the meeting agenda Each member shall. inform DG MOVE in writing e mail in advance of the expert s that shall represent them. at a specific group meeting, DG MOVE may refuse the nomination of a representative by an organisation referred to. under point c if it considers this nomination inappropriate in light of the requirements. specified in chapter 4 of this call In such case the organisation concerned shall be asked. to appoint another representative, Only Type C members shall be selected via the present call for applications. 2 2 APPOINTMENT, Members shall be appointed by the Director General of DG MOVE from applicants. complying with the requirements referred to in chapter 4 of this call. Members shall be appointed for five years They shall remain in office until replaced Their. term of office may be renewed at the end of each term for five years. Registration in the Transparency Register 10 is required for organisations to be appointed. Members who are no longer capable of contributing effectively to the group s. deliberations who in the opinion of DG MOVE do not comply with the conditions set out. in Article 339 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union or who resign shall. no longer be invited to participate in any meetings of the group and may be replaced for. the remainder of their term of office, 2 3 RULES OF ENGAGEMENT AND OPERATION OF THE GROUP. The group shall be chaired by a representative of DG MOVE. The group shall act at the request of DG MOVE in compliance with the Commission s. horizontal rules on expert groups the horizontal rules 11. In principle the group shall meet twice per year on Commission premises in order to. discuss issues related to the adaptation to scientific and technical progress in the fields. covered by Directives 2008 68 EC 95 50 EC and 2010 35 EU as well as to their. implementation DG MOVE shall provide secretarial services. Members representatives should be prepared to attend meetings systematically to. contribute actively to discussions in the group to be involved in preparatory work ahead. of meetings to examine and provide comments on documents under discussion and to act. as appropriate as rapporteurs on ad hoc basis, As a general rule working documents will be drafted in English and meetings will be also.
conducted in English, The group shall adopt its opinions recommendations or reports by consensus In the event. of a vote the outcome of the vote shall be decided by simple majority of the members The. members that voted against or abstained shall have the right to have a document. http ec europa eu transparencyregister public homePage do locale en en. C 2016 3301, summarising the reasons for their position annexed to the opinions recommendations or. In agreement with DG MOVE the group may by simple majority of its members decide. that deliberations shall be public, Participants in the activities of the group and sub groups shall not be remunerated for the. services they offer Travel and subsistence expenses incurred by Type C and Type E. members in the activities of the group and sub groups shall not be reimbursed by the. Commission Travel and subsistence expenses incurred to attend the activities of the group. shall be reimbursed by the Commission to one government expert per EU Member State. Reimbursement will be made in accordance with the provisions in force within the. Commission and within the limits of the available appropriations allocated to the. Commission departments under the annual procedure for the allocation of resources. The members of the group and their representatives as well as invited experts and. observers are subject to the obligation of professional secrecy which by virtue of the. Treaties and the rules implementing them applies to all members of the institutions and. their staff as well as to the Commission s rules on security regarding the protection of. Union classified information laid down in Commission Decisions EU Euratom. 2015 443 12 and 2015 444 13 Should they fail to respect these obligations the Commission. may take all appropriate measures, On a proposal by and in agreement with DG MOVE the group shall adopt its rules of. procedure on the basis of the standard rules of procedure for expert groups. DG MOVE may invite experts with specific expertise with respect to a subject matter on. the agenda to take part in the work of the group or sub groups on an ad hoc basis. Individuals organisations and public entities other than Member States authorities may. be granted an observer status in compliance with the horizontal rules by direct invitation. Organisations and public entities appointed as observers shall nominate their. representatives Observers and their representatives may be permitted by the Chair to take. part in the discussions of the group and provide expertise However they shall not have. voting rights and shall not participate in the formulation of recommendations or advice of. DG MOVE may set up sub groups for the purpose of providing the Commission with. specific advice and support to the preparation of individual delegated acts. At present it is the intention of DG MOVE to set up two sub groups whose tasks shall be. Sub group 1 to assess whether to adapt to technical and scientific progress the annexes. to Directive 95 50 EC, Sub group 2 to assess whether to adapt to technical and scientific progress the annexes.
to Directive 2010 35 EU, Members of sub groups shall include Type D members and may include Type C and Type. E members Sub groups shall operate in compliance with the horizontal rules and shall. Commission Decision EU Euratom 2015 443 of 13 March 2015 on Security in the Commission OJ L. 72 17 3 2015 p 41, Commission Decision EU Euratom 2015 444 of 13 March 2015 on the security rules for protecting EU. classified information OJ L 72 17 3 2015 p 53, report to the group They shall be dissolved as soon as their mandate is fulfilled The group. in agreement with DG MOVE shall steer and oversee the work carried out by sub groups. and help compiling and assessing the results and findings obtained from the sub groups. work The members of sub groups that are not members of the group shall be selected via. a public call for applications, 2 4 TRANSPARENCY, The group and its sub groups shall be registered in the Register of Commission expert. groups and other similar entities the Register of expert groups 14. As concerns the group and sub groups composition DG MOVE shall publish the following. data on the Register of expert groups, the name of Member States authorities.
the name of public entities other than Member States authorities. the name of member organisations the interest represented shall be disclosed. the name of observers, DG MOVE shall make available all relevant documents including the agendas the. minutes and the participants submissions either on the Register of expert groups or via a. link from the Register to a dedicated website where this information can be found Access. to dedicated websites shall not be submitted to user registration or any other restriction In. particular DG MOVE shall ensure publication of the agenda and other relevant. background documents in due time ahead of the meeting followed by timely publication. of minutes Exceptions to publication shall only be foreseen where it is deemed that. disclosure of a document would undermine the protection of a public or private interest as. defined in Article 4 of Regulation EC N 1049 2001 15. Personal data shall be collected processed and published in accordance with. Regulation EU No 2018 1725, 3 Application procedure. Interested organisations are invited to submit their application to the European. Commission DG MOVE, Applications must be completed in one of the official languages of the European Union. However applications in English would facilitate the evaluation procedure If another. language is used it would be helpful to include a summary of the application in English. Organisations shall indicate the name of their representative s in the group preferably. indicating the names of one regular representative and one alternate representative. An application will be deemed admissible only if it is sent by the deadline and includes the. documents referred to below All documents submitted by applicants should be duly filled. http ec europa eu transparency regexpert index cfm. These exceptions are intended to protect public security military affairs international relations financial. monetary or economic policy privacy and integrity of the individual commercial interests court proceedings. and legal advice inspections investigations audits and the institution s decision making process. in legible signed and numbered sequentially, Supporting documents. Each application shall include the following documents. a cover letter explaining the applicant s motivation for answering this call and stating. what contribution the applicant could make to the group. a classification form duly filled in specifying the member category for which the. application is made Annex I, a selection criteria form duly filled in documenting how the applicant fulfills the.
selection criteria listed in chapter 4 of this call Annex II. For individuals indicated by organisations as their representatives a curriculum vitae CV. shall also be provided preferably not exceeding three pages All CVs shall be submitted. in the European format https europass cedefop europa eu en documents curriculum. vitae templates instructions, Additional supporting documents e g publications may be requested at a later stage. Deadline for application, This call will remain open Applications can be received at any given time throughout the. existence of the group DG MOVE in consultation with other relevant Commission. departments shall organise the first round of assessments in view of the first meeting of. the group in spring 2020 In order for applications to be assessed in this first round they. shall be sent by 8 May 2020 at the latest, Following the first selection round DG MOVE in consultation with other relevant. Commission departments shall assess applications received should the work of the group. require additional members, The date of sending will be established as follows. Where applications are sent by e mail to the following e mail address MOVE TDG. EXPERT GROUP ec europa eu the date of the e mail will be considered the date of. Where applications are sent by post to the following address European Commission. DG MOVE Unit C 2 Road Safety secretariat Rue de Mot 28 B 1040 Brussels the. postmark will be considered the date of sending, Where applications are hand delivered to the following address European Commission.
DG MOVE Unit Unit C 2 Road Safety secretariat Rue de Mot 28 B 1040 Brussels. the date on the receipt given upon delivery will be considered the date of sending. 4 Selection criteria, DG MOVE will take the following criteria into account when assessing applications. proven and relevant competence and experience including at European and or. international level in areas relevant to transport of dangerous goods checks on the. transport of dangerous goods by road as well as transportable pressure equipment. representativeness and or market share of the organisation in areas relevant to transport. of dangerous goods its enforcement as well as transportable pressure equipment at EU. competence experience and hierarchical level of the proposed representatives. good knowledge of the English language of the proposed representatives allowing. active participation in the discussions, 5 Selection procedure. The selection procedure shall consist of an assessment of the applications performed by. DG MOVE against the selection criteria listed in chapter 4 of this call followed by the. establishment of a list of the most suitable applicants and concluded by the appointment. of the members of the group, When defining the composition of the group DG MOVE shall aim at ensuring as far as. possible a high level of expertise as well as a balanced representation of relevant know. how and areas of interest while taking into account the specific tasks of the group the type. of expertise required as well as the relevance of the applications received. For any further information please contact MOVE TDG EXPERT GROUP MOVE TDG. EXPERT GROUP ec europa eu, Annex I Classification form. Annex II Selection criteria form, Annex III Privacy statement.
Annex I Classification form 16, To be filled in by all applicants. This application is made as, An organisation Type C member. Transparency Register identification number, To be filled in by organisations applying to be appointed as Type C members. This application is made as the following type of organisation please select only one. option taking into account the definitions indicated below. a Academia research Institutes and Think Tanks, b Banks Financial institutions. c Companies groups, d Law firms, f Professionals associations.
g Professional consultancies, h Trade and business associations. i Trade unions, j Other please specify, Definitions for organisation types. of dangerous goods by road inland waterways and rail The group may also address implementation issues in relation to Directives 2008 68 EC 95 50 EC and 2010 35 EU The Commission is calling for applications with a view to selecting members of the group other than Member States authorities and other public entities see chapter 2 1 below 2

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