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The Feed (Sampling and Analysis and Specified Undesirable Substances) (Scotland) Regulations 2010

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5.  The prescribed qualifications for an analyst for the purposes of section 67(5) (agricultural analyst and deputy agricultural analyst qualifications) in so far is it relates to feeding stuffs and the required qualifications for a person analysing feed for the purposes of the GM Feed Regulations are that—

(a)the person must—

(i)be a Chartered Chemist or possess a Mastership in Chemical Analysis awarded by the Royal Society of Chemistry; and

(ii)be a Fellow or Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry; and

(b)the person’s practical experience of the examination of feed must be attested by an analyst appointed under section 67(3) (appointment of agricultural analysts and deputy agricultural analysts).

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