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2. For the purposes of the enforcement of these Regulations by the Health and Safety Executive the provisions specified in paragraph 1 shall apply as if—
(a)references to “relevant statutory provisions” were references to those provisions as modified by this paragraph and to these Regulations;
(b)references to an “enforcing authority” were references to the Health and Safety Executive;
(c)reference to the “field of responsibility” of an enforcing authority, however expressed, were omitted;
(d)in section 20, subsection (3) were omitted;
(e)section 22, as well as permitting an inspector to serve a prohibition notice in the circumstances specified in section 22(2), permitted an inspector to serve a prohibition notice in any case where—
(i)a manufacturer, or where regulation 24(1)(b) applies, an importer, has failed to comply with the requirements of these Regulations in relation to the CE marking; and
(ii)the manufacturer or importer, as the case may be, has been served with an improvement notice under section 21 in respect of that failure and has continued to fail to comply after the period for remedying the contravention specified in the improvement notice;
(f)in section 23, subsections (3), (4) and (6) were omitted;
(g)in section 33, in subsection (1), the whole of paragraphs (a) to (d) were omitted;
(h)in section 34—
(i)paragraphs (a) and (b) of subsection (1) were omitted; and
(ii)in subsection (3) for “six months” there were substituted “twelve months”; and
(i)in section 42, subsections (3A), (4) and (5) were omitted.
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