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  1. Eritrea - Occupational safety and health - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulations for the Importation, Handling, Use, Storage and Disposal of Pesticides (L.N. No. 114 of 2006). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2006-09-20 | ERI-2006-R-91364

    These Regulations introduce measures of control on the importation and placing on the market of pesticides. Only pesticides listed in Annex 1 to these Regulations may be imported commercially. Other pesticides may be imported for scientific purposes. Importation of pesticides requires a pesticide import permit and importation or otherwise trading or commercial application of pesticides requires a pesticide dealers license.
    Other provisions of these Regulations concerning packaging and labelling of pesticides and testing by importers and inspection by the Ministry. The Ministry shall issue a document of qualification to approved importers and dealers.

  2. Eritrea - Occupational safety and health - Law, Act

    Proclamation to Provide for Tobacco Control (Proclamation No. 143/2004).

    Adoption: 2004-08-23 | ERI-2004-L-96416

  3. Eritrea - Occupational safety and health - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Factory Vessel Regulations (L.N. No. 67/2003). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2003-04-30 | ERI-2003-R-94527

    These Regulations lay down the hygienic conditions that shall apply to handling (slaughtering, freezing, processing, salting, packing, etc.) of fish products on board of factory vessels Article 3 sets out minimum requirements for design and equipment. Article 4 prescribes design of areas for preparation and processing and freezing of fishery products. Article 6 prescribes requirements for vessels on which fish is frozen. A qualified person on board of a factory vessel shall be responsible for implementing best practices. Article 10 defines hygienic conditions applicable to heading, gutting and filetting, canning, smoking, thawing, etc. of fish. Article 24 contains general conditions for visual inspection of fish products. (27 articles)

  4. Eritrea - Occupational safety and health - Law, Act

    Heavy Metals Regulations (L.N. No. 66 Of 2003). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2003-04-30 | ERI-2003-L-101057

    These Regulations lay down the measures for the monitoring of the heavy metals: Mercury, Lead and Cadmium in fishery and aquaculture products.


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