Commercial handling of toxins: permission Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.
Any person wishing to place on the market, commercially or independently, in the context of an economic undertaking, substances or preparations to private end-users which, according to the Hazardous Substances Ordinance, must be labelled with the hazard symbols T (toxic) or T+ (very toxic), requires permission from the competent authority. The permission is given to who the expertise has been demonstrated in accordance with Paragraph 5 of the Ordinance on Prohibitions and Restrictions on the Placing on The Market of Dangerous Substances, Preparations and Products in accordance with the Chemicals Act (ChemVerbotsV), has the necessary reliability and is at least 18 years old. Companies are authorised to operate their establishments and establishments if they have persons with the abovementioned requirements. In the case of undertakings with several establishments, each permanent establishment must have a person who meets these requirements. Permission may be limited to individual hazardous substances and preparations or to groups of dangerous substances and preparations. It may be granted subject to conditions. Conditions can also be ordered retrospectively. Do not require permission Pharmacies Manufacturers, importers and distributors who hand over the abovementioned substances and preparations only to resellers, professional users or public research, investigation or training establishments
Evidence of compliance with the above conditions for granting the authorisation Proof of the required expertise in accordance with Section 11 of the Ordinance on Prohibitions and Restrictions on the Placing on The Market of Dangerous Substances, Preparations and Products in accordance with the Chemicals Act (ChemVerbotsV).
Sufficient expertise is a prerequisite for authorisation. Insofar as the entrepreneur is not competent himself, his company must employ persons with expertise who are competent for the relevant activities. Competent persons are pharmacists, pharmacist assistants and pharmacy engineers, PTA, pharmacy assistants, certified pest controllers, university graduates under appropriate conditions. For these persons, the legislator assumes that they have acquired expertise in the course of their training. In the case of drug dealers, it is examined on a case-by-case basis whether their final examination complies with the requirements of Section 5 of the Ordinance on Prohibitions and Restrictions on the Placing on The Market of Dangerous Substances, Preparations and Products under the Chemicals Act (ChemVerbotsV). Other persons must take an additional examination of expertise with the Lower Saxony Labour Inspectorate.
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