§ 145.74. Combined evaluation and inspection agencies; separate
evaluation and inspection agencies.
(a) Nothing in this chapter prevents the Department from approving the same agency as an evaluation agency and as an inspection agency if the person is determined by the Department to meet the requirements of both.
(b) If an applying agency seeks approval only as an evaluation agency, it shall include information in its application describing the nature of the relationship it would establish with an approved inspection agency which will be monitoring the manufacturers production. If an applying agency seeks approval only as an inspection agency, it shall include information in its application describing the nature of the relationship it would establish with an approved evaluation agency which will be approving the manufacturers building system documentation and compliance control program. In both instances, the Department will require that the technical personnel of the evaluation agency be involved in the inspection function through periodic oversight and training of the technical personnel of the inspection agency.
(c) The application for approval of an evaluation or inspection agency seeking approval only as an evaluation or inspection agency may designate a counterpart inspection or evaluation agency, as the case may be, with which it will operate as a team if approved by the Department.
The provisions of this § 145.74 adopted July 12, 1974, effective July 13, 1974, 4 Pa.B. 1403; amended July 25, 1975, effective July 26, 1975, 5 Pa.B. 1911; amended September 8, 1978, effective March 9, 1979, 8 Pa.B. 2524; corrected September 22, 1978, effective March 9, 1979, 8 Pa.B. 2631. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (21427).
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