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Chemicals: Certificate of competence according to § 5 Chemicals Prohibition Ordinance
Source: Zuständigkeitsfinder Schleswig-Holstein (Linie6PLus)
A certificate of competence in accordance with Section 5 of the Chemicals Prohibition Ordinance is required for the supply of certain chemicals in wholesale and retail.
There are also restricted certificates of competence that only apply to certain chemicals. There is also a supplementary certificate of competence for chemicals in addition to the certificate of competence for placing plant protection products on the market.
Depending on requirements, various examination dates are offered each year.
Who should I contact?
To the Education Center for Nature, Environment and Rural Areas (BNUR).
What are the fees?
A fee of between 20.00 euros and 250.00 euros is charged in accordance with the state ordinance on administrative fees. Detailed information can be obtained from the responsible office.
- Act on Protection against Hazardous Substances (Chemicals Act - ChemG),
- § Section 5 Ordinance on Prohibitions and Restrictions on the Marketing of Hazardous Substances, Preparations and Products under the Chemicals Act (Chemicals Prohibition Ordinance - ChemVerbotsV),
- State Ordinance on Administrative Fees (General Tariff of Fees) tariff item 2.3.2 - VwGebV.
What else should I know?
Contact details for all authorities responsible for chemicals in Schleswig-Holstein can be found on the Schleswig-Holstein state government website.
The Bund/Länder-Arbeitsgemeinschaft Chemikaliensicherheit (BLAC) is a working group of the Umweltministerkonferenz (UMK) and has the task, among other things, of preparing a uniform administrative implementation. It provides a list of questions for the examination of expertise.
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