Regular inspection of devices is an inspection by which the chimney sweep determines the condition and suitability of existing devices for further faultless operation and by which he identifies possible changes and deficiencies in the operating conditions. With the inspection, the chimney sweep also checks the data entered in the records of the provision of chimney sweep services.
Regular chimney inspections prevent existing heating and flue systems from endangering safety, overburdening the environment, and regular inspections of the user of chimney sweeping services raise awareness and raise awareness.
After the regular inspection, the chimney sweep is obliged to issue a report . If no minutes are found, the chimney sweep issues a positive report, and in the case of identified deficiencies, a negative report on the regular inspection, on which he also writes down the deadline for eliminating the deficiencies.
It is important that the chimney sweep issues a positive report in the event that it has not identified any of the deficiencies that would fall into any of the groups of deficiencies listed in Annex 1 of the Regulation on inspections, cleaning and measurements on small combustion plants. When performing a regular inspection, the chimney sweep must also comply with the rules of the profession , the prescribed scope of the regular inspection and the mandatory content of the minutes from the Regulation.
If the chimney sweep during the regular inspection finds that the existing devices are not safe for operation according to the rules of the profession and that this requires a more extensive inspection than the regular inspection, the chimney sweep proposes to the user of chimney sweeping services to perform an extraordinary inspection . If the user of chimney sweeping services refuses to perform an extraordinary inspection, the chimney sweep shall inform the competent inspection service.
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