Authorised refrigeration technician (category II)
If you want to work as an authorized refrigeration technician (category II) with refrigerant fillings up to 2.5 kg, you must be authorised according to EU regulation 2015/2067.
How to apply?
If you wish to work as an authorised refrigeration technician (with refrigeration fillings up to 2.5 kg) in Denmark permanently, you should apply for an authorization at Kølebranchens Miljøordning (KMO).
Application for authorization is made by filling out the form at KMO’s website www.kmo.dk and attaching education documents from the respective country and current F-gas authorizations from other EU countries. You can find more information as to how to apply on this page.
You are also free to seek to seek guidance with KMO at their telephone number: 4156 6950.
Temporary or occasional pursuit
For temporary services (with refrigeration fillings up to 2.5 kg) you do not need to apply for a specific authorization in Denmark – the requirements are regulated by EU regulation 2015/2067.
Requirements for non EU citizens and businesses
The same requirements apply as for EU citizens and businesses.
No fee required.
When can I expect an answer?
Normally you can expect to get an answer within four weeks.
In case of rejection
If you disagree about the decision of the evaluation for your certificate or your authorisation application, you have the right to appeal.
The appeal should be submitted in writing an e-amil to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Autorization appeal”.
Who to contact for questions?
If you have questions regarding the requirements or authorizations please contact
Danish Environmental Protection Agency
DK–5000 Odense C
Tel.: 7254 4000
Public registers and databases
If you wish more information about authorised companys in Denmark or information regarding the required education the certification body in Denmark could be relevant for you:
Kølebranchens Miljøordning, Vestergade 28 DK-4000 Roskilde, www.kmo.dk
Legal basis in Danish law
Besides EU regulations, there are the following national regulations on the profession (no national regulations on authorization):
Legal basis in EU directive(s) on the mutual recognition of professional qualifications
EU regulation for authorization: EU regulation 2015/2067
EU regulation for the profession: EU regulation 517/2014