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6.—(1) No manufacturer or, where regulation 7(1)(b) applies, no importer shall supply a category 1, 2 or 3 firework unless the firework—
(a)complies with the essential safety requirements set out in paragraphs 1 and 2 of Schedule 2;
(b)has been submitted to a notified body or is otherwise subject to a conformity assessment procedure;
(c)has passed a conformity assessment procedure in accordance with regulation 11 carried out by a notified body;
(d)has affixed to it a CE marking in accordance with regulation 12; and
(e)complies with the labelling requirements set out in regulation 14.
(2) A firework built by a manufacturer for its own use which complies with the law applicable to such a firework (excluding these Regulations) need not comply with this regulation.
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