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					                            IFCS Indicators of Progress

                        Priorities for Action beyond 2000
                                        and
                           Forum Recommendations

                                      QUESTIONNAIRE



Please provide the information described on the following pages concerning your country, giving
the current status and, to the extent possible, that foreseen at the end of 2006




                                      Please complete:

                                      COUNTRY: CYPRUS
1.      NATIONAL CAPABILITIES AND CAPACITIES FOR CHEMICALS MANAGEMENT
        Priorities for Action E1 and E21

        1a)      Has a comprehensive National Chemicals Management Profile, or other equivalent
                 strategic national plan, been developed
                 through a multi-stakeholder process2?

          National Profile                                  Other equivalent strategic national plan

          Yes               No                            Yes              No 



                 If "Yes" to either of the above, please indicate the original publication date and the
                 date(s) of any revisions.
                 ___________________________________________________________

                 If "Yes" to either of the above, please list all ministries, agencies and organizations
                 that participated:
                 ____________________________________________________________

                 ____________________________________________________________

                 If "No", is your country in the process of developing or planning on developing a
                 Comprehensive National Chemicals Management Profile?

                 Yes  Expected completion date _end of 2005_                   No 

                 If "No", have equivalent measures such as a government investigation on chemical
                 safety followed by legislative measures been undertaken?

                 Yes               No 

                 If "Yes", please describe:

                         The Department of Labour Inspection has a well established labour
                 inspection system for controlling various factors affecting health and safety of
                 workers and third persons at work. Chemical agents are among those factors
                 and special regulations to control them have been issued under the Safety and
                 Health at Work Laws of 1996 to 2003. Also new legislation on the management
                 and control of chemical substances has been issued during the process of
                 harmonising the Cyprus legislation with the respective European Acquis. All
                 Cyprus legislation related to chemicals' management and control, for which the
                 Department of Labour Inspection has the competency is shown in Annex I.




1
  The Priorities for Action Beyond 2000 may be viewed on the IFCS website at www.ifcs.ch.
2
  A multi-stakeholder process is a process involving all concerned national ministries and other government
institutions, as well as other interested national parties.

                                                       1
        1b)      Has your country developed any of the following on the sound management of
                 chemicals?

                                       If yes, please         If development is in progress,   No
                                       provide year           please provide the expected
                                       completed.             completion year?
          National Policies
                                                                           2005
          National Priorities
                                              2004
          National Strategies                 2004

          National Action Plans
                                              2004


         1c)      Has your country established an inter-ministerial/intersectoral coordinating
                  mechanism (e.g. committee or body) to facilitate the comprehensive treatment of
                  chemical safety issues?

                 Yes               No 

                 If "Yes":      What is the name of the "mechanism"?
                 When was it established?

                 1. “Labour Advisory Board” a tripartite Body for the coordination of Labour
                     issues established in 1952.
                 2. Various Interministerial Technical Committees that examine environmental
                     issues and issues related to chemicals' management and control such as:
                         a. The Poison Control Board established by the Ministry of Agriculture,
                              Natural Resources and Environment that examines issues related to
                              pesticides control.
                         b. A Technical Committee established under the Dangerous Substances
                              Laws of 1991 to 2004 to examine various issues related to the placing on
                              the market, control and risk assessment of dangerous substances.



2.       CLASSIFICATION AND LABELLING OF CHEMICALS
         Priority for Action B1

         2a)     Has your country initiated work to adopt and implement the Globally Harmonized
                 System for Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS)?

                  Yes              No 

                 If "Yes", what is the expected date (year) GHS will be fully operational?

                 Cyprus together with the rest of EU Member States is planning to implement
                 GHS. This is foreseen to take place after 2007.




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           2b)     Has your country ratified and implemented ILO Convention 170 on Safety in the Use
                   of Chemicals at Work3, or instituted comparable measures?

                   Yes             No 




3.         NATIONAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION ON HAZARDOUS
           CHEMICALS
           Priority for Action C1

           3a)     What arrangements are operational in your country for the exchange of information on
                   hazardous chemicals? Please describe.

                   Information is available at the Department of Labour Inspection and through its
                   website.

                   Please indicate if the established infrastructure includes:

                   1) website where national partners can gain access to chemical information sources,

                   Yes             No 

                   2) institutional directory listing sources of information

                   Yes             No 


4.         NATIONAL PROCEDURES ON SAFETY INFORMATION FOR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS IN
           CIRCULATION
           Priority for Action C3

           4a)     Does your country have procedures in place to ensure that any hazardous material put
                   into circulation is accompanied, at a minimum, by appropriate and reliable safety
                   information that is easy to access, read and understand?

                   Yes             No 

                   If "Yes":
                   Are the procedures consistent with the safety data sheets of the 1990 International
                   Labour Organization Chemicals Convention (No.170)?

                   Yes             No 

                   Do they conform to the Globally Harmonized System for the Classification and
                   Labelling of Chemicals?

                   Yes             No 




3
    ILO Convention 170 may be viewed on the ILO website at: http://www.ilo.org/ilolex/english/convdisp1.htm
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5.       ECOLOGICALLY SOUND AND INTEGRATED STRATEGIES FOR PEST MANAGEMENT
         Priority for Action D1

         5a)      Has your country prepared integrated pest management strategies?

                  Yes              No 

                  If "Yes", were national studies done to develop the strategies?

                  Yes              No 

6.       OBSOLETE STOCKS OF PESTICIDES AND OTHER CHEMICALS
         Priority for Action D2

         6a)      Are there any obsolete stocks of pesticides and/or other chemicals in your country?

                 Yes               No 

         6b)     Has your country prepared an action plan for disposal of obsolete stocks of pesticides
                 and other chemicals?

                 Yes               No 

                  If "Yes", has the action plan been implemented?

                 Yes               No 

                 If "Yes", has the action plan been completed?
                 Yes             No 

                  If "No", is work in progress to prepare an action plan?

                  Yes  If yes, what is the expected completion date (year)? ___________

                  No  If no, why not? _________________________________________


7.       NATIONAL SYSTEMS FOR PREVENTION OF MAJOR INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENTS AND
         EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS & RESPONSE
         Priority for Action D4

         7a)      Has your country implemented a national system for emergency preparedness and
                  response, in accordance with international principles 4?

                 Yes               No 

                  If "No", is work in progress to implement the system?

                  Yes  expected completion date (year)? ___2006_____ No ‫ڤ‬

         7b)      Is there a national law requiring the system?

4
 Ref. OECD Second Edition 2003 Guiding Principles for Chemical Accident Prevention, Preparedness and
Response, undertaken in cooperation with other international organizations, including ILO, IMO, UNECE,
UNEP, UNOCHA (UNEP/OCHA Joint Environment Unit) and WHO.
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                   Yes             No 

           7c)     Has your country ratified and implemented ILO Convention 174 5 on Prevention of
                   Major Industrial Accidents?

                   Yes             No 


                   If "No", are efforts under way to do so?

                   Yes             No 


8.         INTERNATIONAL CODE OF CONDUCT ON THE DISTRIBUTION AND USE OF PESTICIDES

           8a)     Has your government implemented the revised International Code of Conduct on the
                   Distribution and Use of Pesticides (November 2002)6 as the basis for a comprehensive
                   life cycle approach to pesticide management?

                   Yes             No 

                   If "No", are efforts under way to do so?

                   Yes             No 

           8b)     Have the provisions of the Code of Conduct been implemented through other pieces
                   of legislation or by other means?

                   Yes             No 

                   If "Yes", please briefly describe.

                   Through the ratification of the Rotterdam Convention on the Prior Informed
                   Consent for Certain Hazardous Chemicals and Pesticides in Internationals Trade
                   (Ratifying Law of 2004).


9.         POISON CENTRES
           Priority for Action D7

           9a)     Have poison centre(s) been established in your country?

                   Yes             No 

           If "Yes", please indicate classification level for each poison centre:

    WHO Status of Development Classification
    A     well-established centres, the full range of clinical analytical and other relevant facilities and


5
    ILO Convention 170 may be viewed on the ILO website at: http://www.ilo.org/ilolex/english/convdisp1.htm

6
 The International Code of Conduct on the Distribution and Use of Pesticides may be viewed at:
http://www.fao.org/AG/AGP/AGPP/Pesticid/
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            cover the whole country.
 B          well-established centres, but lack some of the related facilities or do not provide full
            coverage to the country. These centres require further development in order to meet the
            ideal criteria for centres given in the IPCS Guidelines
 C          certain facilities for poison control, but require major support to develop further areas of
            activities, according to the criteria in the IPCS Guidelines, and should expand coverage
            through the country.

 Centre (Name &             Date                  Classification -   Classification -     Classification -
 location)                  Established           initial            2000                 current
 The Drug
 Information and                   1996
 Poison Control
 Centre, located at the                                                      C                    C
                                                           C
 Pharmaceutical
 Services of the
 Ministry of Health




         9b)      Is strengthening of poison centers planned? Yes

                  If "Yes", for what time period?

                 According to a recent decision of the Council of Ministers a new Poison Center
                 located at the Nicosia General Hospital will be established within 2005

        9c)      If there are no established poison centres in your country, is work under way in your
                 country to establish a poison control centre with related chemical and analytical
                 facilities for the first time?
                 Yes               No 

                 If "Yes" when do you expect the poison control centre to be operational? Please
                 provide location and date (year).

                 ________________________________________________________


10.      POLLUTANT RELEASE AND TRANSFER REGISTERS/EMISSION INVENTORIES
         Priority for Action D8

         10a)     Has your country established:

                  An air emission inventory?

                           Yes              No 

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                  A land emission inventory?

                           Yes              No 

                  A water emission inventory?

                           Yes              No 

                  A waste inventory?

                           Yes              No 




                  A Pollutant Release and Transfer Register (PRTR)?

                           Yes              No 

                  If "No", is work being initiated to design a PRTR or emission inventory
                  system?

                           Yes              No 

        10 b)    Has your country implemented a system comparable to the PRTR (e.g. the Integrated
                 Pollution Prevention and Control)?

                           Yes              No 


11.      PREVENTION OF ILLEGAL TRAFFIC IN TOXIC & DANGEROUS PRODUCTS
         Priority for Action F

        11a)     Has your country developed a national strategy, or other national measures (e.g.
                 legislation, action plans) for the prevention of illegal traffic in toxic and dangerous
                 products?

                           Yes              No 

                  If "Yes", when was it prepared? Please indicate date (year) 30.4.2004

                 On that date Ratifying Laws for the Rotterdam Convention on the Prior
                 Informed Consent for Certain Hazardous Chemicals and Pesticides in
                 International Trade and the Stockholm Convention on POPs have been issued.
                 These are some of the national measures for preventing illegal trafic of toxic and
                 dangerous products.


12.      Children and Chemical Safety (Forum IV Recommendation)

         12a)      Has your government prepared, through multi-stakeholder consultation, initial
                  national assessments of children’s environmental health and chemical safety?



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                 Yes               No 

                  If "No", are efforts under way to do so?

                 Yes               No 

          12b)   Has your government taken action to promote harmonized data collection, research,
                 legislation and regulations, and the use of indicators of children’s environmental
                 health?

                 Yes               No 

                  If "Yes", please briefly describe:




                  If "No", are efforts under way to do so?

                 Yes               No 


13.       HAZARD DATA GENERATION (Forum IV Recommendation)

          13a)   Has your government established national priorities for information generation for
                 chemicals that are not produced in high volumes?

                 Yes               No 

                  If "No", are efforts under way to do so?

                 Yes               No 


Other Forum IV Recommendations address:

      Please provide brief information on specific actions your government has taken to respond to the
      recommendations of Forum IV in these areas:

           Occupational Safety and Health;
           Acutely Toxic Pesticides – risk management and reduction;
           Capacity building;
           INFOCAP (Information Exchange Network on Capacity Building for the Sound
           Management of Chemicals ) implementation.

The Cyprus Government has taken the following actions to respond to the recommendations of Forum
IV.
    (a) Occupational Safety and Health;
          Workplace data are being recorded, collected and analysed at the DLI through a well
    developed system of data collection and introduction of these data to the central computerised
    system of the DLI. These data are collected through an system that has been created and
    structured according to the provisions of the ILO Occupational Safety and Health Convention
    (155) of 1981. The Cyprus Safety and Health legislation is fully harmonised to the respective EU
    legislation.

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    (b) Acutely Toxic Pesticides – risk management and reduction;
         Control of acutely toxic pesticides is achieved through the ratification in 2004 of the
    Rotterdam Convention on Prior Informed Consent for certain toxic substances and pesticides in
    international trade. European Regulation 304/2003 establishes a control system for such toxic
    substances within the Community. In addition to the above piece of legislation, new legislation on
    Pesticides and Biocides Control, fully harmonised with the European Acquis, has entered into
    force before Cyprus joined the European Union in 2004. The Pesticides Control Board, a Body
    established by the Pesticides Law, is taking decisions on the management, distribution and control
    of pesticides in Cyprus. All decisions leading to restrictions and prohibitions for import and use of
    certain acutely toxic pesticides are taken by the above Board.

    (c) Capacity building;
         The DLI, in cooperation with the Social Partners, is promoting actions for improving the
    currently existing level of awareness in Safety and Health issues at the enterprise level for both
    employers and employees. These actions include distribution of awareness material, organisation
    of seminars and promotion of risk assessment techniques of all involved. A recent jointed project
    (Work Life Enlargement) of the DLI with the Swedish Work Environment Authority had as a
    result the exchange of experiences and ideas for the promotion of safety and health at work.

         In 2004 the Cyprus National Committee on "Environment and Children Health" has been
    established by a Ministerial Decision. This Committee is multidisciplinary with members from
    the governmental and private sector, specialists in the fields of children's health, chemicals,
    environment and education.

    (d) INFOCAP (Information Exchange Network on Capacity Building for the Sound
        Management of Chemicals ) implementation

        The DLI, being the IFCS Focal Point for Cyprus, plans to actively participate in the exchange
of information promoted by INFOCAP. As a first step of this active involvement, the DLI is planning
the preparation of the Cyprus Chemical Profile, expected to be completed within 2005.




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Details of person completing the questionnaire:


IFCS National Focal Point:                          Yes                         No

Name:          Leandros Nicolaides

Title:         Director

Ministry       Ministry of Labour and Social Insurance

               Department of Labour Inspection,
Address
               12, Apelli Street

               Nicosia, 1493

               CYPRUS




Tel:           + 357 22 405623

Fax:           + 357 22 663788                                    Date:        9.02.2005

Email:         director@dli.mlsi.gov.cy                           Signature:



         Please provide the following additional information:

         Does the IFCS National Focal Point have direct access to the Internet in his/her office?

                 Yes               No 

         If "No", does he/she have access to the Internet in the building where he/she works?

                 Yes               No 




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                                                                                                     Annex I

                         Selected Legislation on Chemicals Management and Control
                     for which the Department of Labour Inspection has the Competency

                                                                                          Code
                                 Document Title                                                       Date of issue
                                                                                         Number

                                       HEALTH AND SAFETY ISSUES AT WORK
The Safety and Health at Work Law of 1996                              Law 89(I)/1996                1.11.1996
The Safety and Health at Work (Amendment) Law of 2001                  Law 158(I)/2001               31.12.2001
The Safety and Health at Work (Amendment) Law of 2002                  Law 25(I)/2002                29.3.2002
The Safety and Health at Work (Amendment) Law of 2003                  Law 41(I)/2003                23.5.2003

The Safety and Health at Work (Biological Agents) Regulations of 2001              P.I. 144/2001     6.4.2001
The Safety and Health at Work (Carcinogenic and Mutagenic Agents) Regulations of   P.I. 153/2001     6.4.2001
2001
The Safety and Health at Work (Carcinogenic and Mutagenic Agents) Regulations      P.I. 493/2004     30.4.2004
(Amendment) of 2004
The Safety and Health at Work (Chemical Agents) Regulations of 2001                P.I. 268/2001     6.7.2001
The Safety and Health at Work (Chemical Agents) (Amendment) Regulations of 2004    P.I. 55/2004      6.2.2004
The Control of Major Accidents Hazards Related to Dangerous Substances             P.I. 507/2001     31.12.2001
Regulations of 2001
The Control of Major Accidents Hazards Related to Dangerous Substances             P.I. 211/2002     26.4.2002
Notification of 2002
The Control of Factory Atmosphere and Dangerous Substances in Factories            P.I. 311/73
Regulations of 1973
The Control of Factory Atmosphere and Dangerous Substances in Factories            P.I. 166/81       24.7.1981
(Amendment) Regulations of 1981
The Control of Factory Atmosphere and Dangerous Substances in Factories            P.I. 41/86        21.2.1986
(Amendment) Regulations of 1986
The Asbestos (Safety and Health of Persons at Work) Law of 1993                    Law 23(I)/93      14.5.1993
The Asbestos (Safety and Health of Persons at Work) (Amendment) Law of 2000        Law 47(I)/2000    14.4.2000
The Asbestos (Safety and Health of Persons at Work) Regulations of 1993            P.I. 272/93       19.11.1993
The Asbestos (Safety and Health of Persons at Work) Law of 1993                    P.I.108/94        28.4.94
The Asbestos (Safety and Health of Persons at Work) Regulations of 1993
(Notification of 1994)
The Asbestos (Safety and Health of Persons at Work) Regulations of 1993            P.I. 170/93       25.6.93
(Notification of 1993)
The Asbestos (Safety and Health of Persons at Work) (Amendment) Regulations of     P.I. 104/2000     21.4.2000
2000
The Asbestos (Safety and Health of Persons at Work) (Amendment) (Amendment)        P.I. 495/2004     30.4.2004
Regulations of 2004
 The Asbestos (Safety and Health of Persons at Work) Regulations of 2000           P.I. 447/2002     27.9.2002
(Notification of 2002)

                                                AIR POLLUTION CONTROL
The Control of Atmospheric Pollution Law of 2002                                   Law 187(I)/2002   1.11.2002
The Control of Atmospheric Pollution (Limitation and Control of Atmospheric        P.I. 527/2002     1.11.2002
Pollution caused by Waste from Titanium Dioxide Industry) Regulations of 2002
The Control of Atmospheric Pollution (Limitation and Control of Atmospheric        P.I. 187/2004     26.3.2004
Pollution caused by Waste from Titanium Dioxide Industry) Notification of 2004
The Control of Atmospheric Pollution (Prevention and Reduction of Atmospheric      P.I. 528/2002     1.11.2002
Pollution by Asbestos) Regulations of 2002
The Control of Atmospheric Pollution (Prevention and Reduction of Atmospheric      P.I. 186/2004     26.3.2004
Pollution by Asbestos) Notification of 2004

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                                                                                               Code
                                  Document Title                                                          Date of issue
                                                                                             Number
The Control of Atmospheric Pollution (Incineration of Waste Oils) Regulations of      P.I. 529/2002      1.11.2002
2002
The Control of Atmospheric Pollution (Procedures for the Surveillance and             P.I. 545/2002      15.11.2002
Monitoring of Environments concerned by Waste from Titanium Dioxide Industry)
Regulations of 2002
The Control of Atmospheric Pollution (Procedures for the Surveillance and             P.I. 188/2004      26.3.2004
Monitoring of Environments concerned by Waste from Titanium Dioxide Industry)
Notification of 2004
The Control of Atmospheric Pollution (Incineration of Hazardous Wastes)               P.I. 638/2002      27.12.2002
Regulations of 2002
The Control of Atmospheric Pollution (Incineration of Hazardous Wastes)               P.I. 185/2004      26.3.2004
Notification of 2004
The Control of Atmospheric Pollution (Limitation of Volatile Organic Compounds        P.I. 73/2003       31.1.2003
due to the Use of Organic Solvents in Certain Activities and Installations)
Regulations of 2003
The Control of Atmospheric Pollution (Limitation of Volatile Organic Compounds        P.I. 189/2004      26.3.2004
due to the Use of Organic Solvents in Certain Activities and Installations)
Notification of 2004
The Control of Atmospheric Pollution (Limitation of Emissions of Certain Pollutants   P.I. 74/2003       31.1.2003
into the Air from Large Combustion Plants) Regulations of 2003
The Control of Atmospheric Pollution (Limitation of Emissions of Certain Pollutants   P.I. 184/2004      26.3.2004
into the Air from Large Combustion Plants) Notification of 2004
The Control of Atmospheric Pollution (Prevention of Air Pollution from Existing       P.I. 75/2003       31.1.2003
Municipal Incineration Plants) Regulations of 2003
The Control of Atmospheric Pollution (Prevention of Air Pollution from Existing       P.I. 183/2004      26.3.2004
Municipal Incineration Plants) Notification of 2004
The Control of Atmospheric Pollution (Control of Volatile Organic Compounds           P.I. 76/2003       31.1.2003
Emissions Resulting from the Storage of Petrol and its Distribution from Terminals
to Service Stations) Regulations of 2003
The Control of Atmospheric Pollution (Control of Volatile Organic Compounds           P.I. 181/2004      26.3.2004
Emissions Resulting from the Storage of Petrol and its Distribution from Terminals
to Service Stations) Notification of 2004
The Control of Atmospheric Pollution (Incineration of Waste) Regulations of 2003      P.I. 284/2003      11.4.2003
The Control of Atmospheric Pollution (Incineration of Waste) Notification of 2004     P.I. 182/2004      26.3.2004
The Air Pollution Control Order of 2003                                               P.I. 658/2003      8.8.2003
The Control of Atmospheric Pollution (Non Licensable Installations) Regulations of    P.I. 170/2004      26.3.2004
2004
The Control of Atmospheric Pollution (Limitation of Emissions of Certain Pollutants   P.I. 195/2004      2.4.2004
into Air from Large Combustion Plants) Regulations of 2004
The Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control Law of 2003                           Law 56(I)/2003     13.6.2003
The Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control Notification of 2004                  P.I. 268/2004      23.4.2004
The Protocol to the 1979 Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution on      Law 38(III)/2004   30.4.2004
Heavy Metals (Ratifying) Law of 2004
The Protocol to the 1979 Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution on      Law 39(III)/2004   30.4.2004
Persistent Organic Pollutants (Ratifying) Law of 2004
The Protocol to the 1979 Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution         Law 40(III)/2004   30.4.2004
concerning the Control of Emissions of Nitrogen Oxides or their Transboundary
Fluxes (Ratifying) Law of 2004
The Air Quality Law of 2002                                                           Law 188(I)/2002    1.11.2002
The Air Quality Notification of 2004                                                  P.I. 330/2004      30.4.2004
The Air Quality (Amendment) Law of 2004                                               Law 53(I)/2004     31.3.2004
The Air Quality (Amendment) (No. 2) Law of 2004                                       Law 54(I)/2004     31.3.2004
The Air Quality (Limit Values for Benzene and Carbon Monoxide in Ambient Air)         P.I. 516/2002      1.11.2002
Regulations of 2002
The Air Quality (Limit Values for Benzene and Carbon Monoxide in Ambient Air)         P.I. 337/2004      30.4.2004
Notification of 2004

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                                                                                            Code
                                 Document Title                                                        Date of issue
                                                                                          Number
The Air Quality (Air Pollution by Ozone) Regulations of 2002                       P.I. 530/2002      1.11.2002
The Air Quality (Limit Values for Sulphur Dioxide, Nitrogen Dioxide and Nitrogen   P.I. 574/2002      29.11.2002
Oxides, Particulate Matter and Lead in Ambient Air) Regulations of 2002
The Air Quality (Limit Values for Sulphur Dioxide, Nitrogen Dioxide and Nitrogen   P.I. 338/2004      30.4.2004
Oxides, Particulate Matter and Lead in Ambient Air) Notification of 2004
The Air Quality (Annual Emission Ceilings for Certain Atmospheric Pollutants)      P.I. 193/2004      2.4.2004
Regulations of 2004
The Air Quality (Ozone in Ambient Air) Regulations of 2004                         P.I. 194/2004      2.4.2004

                                                DANGEROUS SUBSTANCES
The Dangerous Substances Law of 1991                                               Law 199/91         8.11.1991
The Dangerous Substances (Amendment) Law of 1997                                   Law 27(Ι)/97       18.4.1997
The Dangerous Substances (Amendment) Law of 2002                                   Law 81(I)/2002     21.6.2002
The Dangerous Substances (Amendment) Law of 2004                                   Law 194(I)/2004    30.4.2004
The Dangerous Substances (Classification, Packaging and Labelling of Dangerous     P.I. 292/2002      21.6.2002
Substances and Preparations) Regulations of 2002
The Dangerous Substances (Classification, Packaging and Labelling of Dangerous     P.I. 536/2004      30.4.2004
Substances and Preparations) (Amendment) Regulations of 2004
The Dangerous Substances (Classification, Packaging and Labelling of Dangerous     P.I. 339/2004      30.4.2004
Substances and Preparations) Notification of 2004
The Dangerous Substances (Classification, Packaging and Labelling of Dangerous     P.I. 686/2004      13.8.2004
Substances and Preparations) Notification of 2004
The Rotterdam Convention on the Prior Informed Consent for Certain Hazardous       Law 20(ΙΙΙ)/2004   30.4.2004
Chemicals and Pesticides in International Trade Ratifying Law of 2004
The Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants Ratifying Law of 2004    Ν. 42(ΙΙΙ)/2004    30.4.2004




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