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Biocidal Products Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2001

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Regulation 26(6)

SCHEDULE 6Non-confidential information

1.  The name and address of the applicant for the authorisation or registration of the biocidal product.

2.  The name of the biocidal product.

3.  The name and address of the manufacturer of the biocidal product.

4.  The name and address of the manufacturer of the active substance in the biocidal product.

5.  The name and content of the active substance in the biocidal product.

6.  The name of any other substance in the biocidal product which—

(a)is listed in Part I of the approved supply list; or

(b)is classified as being in one or more of the categories of danger specified in column 1 of Schedule 1 to the 1995 Regulations,

except a substance of which no account would be taken in the classification of that biocidal product by virtue of paragraph 18(1) of Part I of Schedule 3 to those Regulations.

7.  Physical and chemical data concerning the biocidal product and the active substance contained in that biocidal product.

8.  Any ways of rendering harmless the biocidal product and the active substance contained in that biocidal product.

9.  A summary of the results of the tests, referred to in the dossiers submitted in support of an application under these Regulations, to establish—

(a)the efficacy;

(b)the effects on humans, animals and the environment; and

(c)where applicable, any ability to promote resistance,

of the biocidal product and the active substance contained in that biocidal product.

10.  Recommended methods and precautions to reduce dangers from handling, storage, transport, use, fire or other hazards.

11.  Safety data sheets.

12.  Methods of analysis necessary to enable the Executive to make the determination referred to in paragraph 3 of Schedule 3.

13.  Methods of disposal of the biocidal product and its packaging.

14.  Procedures to be followed and measures to be taken in the case of spillage or leakage of the biocidal product and the active substance contained in that biocidal product.

15.  First aid and medical advice to be given in the case of injury to persons.

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