Change The Psycho Tropical Regulation

Original Language Title: Änderung der Psychotropenverordnung

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358. Regulation of the Federal Minister for health, modifies the psycho tropical regulation

On the basis of § 10 para 1 Z 1 to 3, 5 and 6 of the Narcotics Act (SMG), Federal Law Gazette I no. 112/1997, as last amended by Federal Law Gazette I no. 50/2012, is prescribed:

The psycho tropical regulation - PV, BGBl. II No 375/1997, as last amended by regulation BGBl. II no 202/2011, is amended as follows:

1. paragraph 4:

"§ 4. persons to whom a permit referred to in paragraph 2 is granted have to immediately report any change in the information referred to in section 2 paragraph 4 the Federal Ministry of health. "Changes with regard to the type of psychotropic substances, the intended use or the products, the production of which is intended to and changes in the person of the responsible (§ 2 para 4 No. 3), of the entrepreneur, the corporate form or in the location of the premises, except inside a building, is to apply for a new permit."

2. paragraph 5 paragraph 1:

"(1) that according to section 2 paragraph 2 authorized may psychotropic substances only emit professionals with a permission for the production of medicines and Poisons and the wholesale of medicines and Poisons according to § 94 scientific institutes referred Z 32 of the GewO 1994, § 6 para 1 and public institutions, to the watch body of the Federal Government and the authorities, which is the enforcement of the narcotic substances Act (§ 7 para 1)" ", at the facilities of the Federal Army (§ 7 para. 2), to the organized ambulance services (§ 7 para 2a), the institutions and authorities of the execution, as well as the execution of preventive measures associated with deprivation of liberty (section 7 subsection 2 b), community pharmacies and institution pharmacies (§ 7 para 3) and upon presentation of the authorisation to the authorized person according to § 2 para 3."

3. in article 7, the following paragraph 2 b is inserted after paragraph 2a:

"(2B) the institutions and authorities of the execution (§ 8 of the Prisons Act - HCP, BGBl. No. 144/1969), as well as the execution of which must have associated preventive measures (paragraphs 158 to 160 HCP) deprivation of liberty for the acquisition, processing, and possession of psychotropic substances to the extent that the health, as they need no approval of the Federal Minister for the statutory medical care held suspect, accused, prisoners or accommodated."

4. the section 10 be attached following paragraph 3 and 4:

"(3) the Federal Minister of health may order for individual psychotropic substances by means of note in Appendix 1, must be prescribed only on addiction poison recipe (addictive poison single prescription). In these cases the § 17 para 2, 18, 19, 20 paragraph 1 to 3 and 23 paragraph 1 of addiction poison regulation, BGBl. II no apply 374/1997, in its up-to-date version, insofar as they are not related to substitution treatment, with the proviso that the prescription instead of a narcotic drug has a psychotropic substance to which the arrangement applies, the aim.

(4) in the case of prescription of medicinal products containing psychotropic substances of the benzodiazepine group, no repeated delivery can be arranged."

5. pursuant to section 11, 11a the following paragraph with heading shall be inserted:

"Transfrontier shipments of psychotropic drugs in international travel

section 11a. (1) medicinal products containing psychotropic substances (short: psychotropic drugs), may by travellers, where they have been committed abroad and those of personal medical or dental needs of equity need to cover during the trip, spent in an amount not exceeding the requirements for a maximum of 30 days in accordance with paragraph 2 to 6 in the Federal territory, carried in the Federal territory and spent again from Germany.

(2) without proof of medical or dental prescription carried out abroad, psychotropic drugs in the Federal territory may be spent, carried in the Federal territory and spent again from Germany, if



1 the entrained amount does not exceed the drug needs of the traveling person for not more than five days, or 2. the content of medicinal products to a psychotropic substance in accordance with paragraph 4 which does not exceed specified quantity for the substance in paragraph 4, or 3 exclusively other than the psychotropic substances referred to in paragraph 4 or 5 are included.

(3) medicinal products



1. containing a psychotropic substance in accordance with paragraph 4 exceeds the amount set for the substance in paragraph 4, or 2 containing a psychotropic substance referred to in paragraph 5 does not exceed the amount set for the substance in paragraph 5, may, as far as paragraph 2 to apply is spent in travel only in the Federal territory, carried in the Federal territory and spent again from Germany, are , if to demonstrate that the drug is used for personal medical or dental local consumption during the trip, at least a copy of the medical or dental prescription is carried. The name of the passenger must emerge from the prescription as a patient, the name of the prescribing physician or dentist, the name and quantity of the medicinal product as well as the included psychotropic substance and dosage. If the prescription not in Latin script or not in German or English language has been issued, a certificate certified by the authority in the State of origin must in place of the prescription pattern of Appendix 2 (certificate for carrying psychotropic medicines in travel in accordance with article 75 of the Schengen Convention) or - in the case of travellers from countries which are not Contracting Parties to the Schengen Convention , be accompanied - a comparable certificate under the directive of the International addiction poison control Council for rules concerning travellers under treatment with internationally controlled drugs (model annex 3), indicating that the person has received prescribed the drugs for their personal medical or dental needs of an authorized doctor or dentist. The certificate must be issued in Latin and in German or English, their validity period must not exceed but no longer than 30 days the duration of the trip.

(4) the maximum content of a psychotropic substance (psychotropic substance pure substance) in medicinal products referred to in paragraph 3 is no. 1 for



Barbital ………….……………………………………………….…………………...





15,000 g







 





Chlordiazepoxide...





1,000 g,







 





Clorazepate...





0.600 g,







 





Diazepam …………………………………………..……………………………...….





0,300 g,







 





Lorazepam ………………………………………..……………………….................





0.075 g







 





Medazepam...





0.600 g,







 





Meprobamate.





40,000 g







 





Oxazepam .………………………………………………..…………...……………...





1,500 g,







 





Phenobarbital... ………………………………………………..…………...…............





6,000 g







 





Prazepam .………………………………………………..…………...………………





1,000 g,







 





Temazepam... ………………………………………………..…………...…………...





0.600 g,







 





Tetrazepam... ………………………………………………………………………….





3,000 g.





(5) the maximum content of a psychotropic substance (psychotropic substance pure substance) is in medicinal pursuant to par. 3 No. 2 for



Butalbital...





1,000 g,







 





Flunitrazepam...





0.030 g,







 





Pentobarbital...





3,000 g.






(6) medicines, containing a psychotropic substance referred to in paragraph 5 in a larger than the quantity laid down in paragraph 5, may spent only in the Federal territory, be carried in the Federal territory or back from Germany spent, if the person travelling certified by the authorities in the country of origin certificate after samples Appendix 2 or, in the case of travellers from countries which are not Contracting Parties to the Schengen Convention , - a similar certification under the directive of the International addiction poison control Council for rules concerning travellers under treatment with internationally controlled drugs (model annex 3) with leads that it received medical or dental prescribed the drug. Section 3 last sentence applies.

(7) psychotropic medicines may be prescribed in the Federal territory for medical or dental captive of patient while traveling abroad for a period of not longer than 30 days.

(8) the district administrative authority has people who are the Contracting Parties to the Schengen Convention, need a psychotropic drug, to issue a certificate in the meaning of article 75 of the Schengen Convention (model annex 2) on submission of the medical or dental prescription, is accredited with the for their personal medical or dental needs while traveling in countries, that the person in accordance with medical or dental prescribed psychotropic drug get has and needed during the trip. The validity period of the certificate may not exceed but no longer than 30 days, the duration of the trip. The certificate can be issued by the prescribing physician, dentist or dentist, to authenticate in this case by the district administrative authority. For each psychotropic substance is to issue a separate certificate and authenticate. A copy of the certified certificate remains with the certification authority.

(9) the Federal Ministry of health has as a central federal authority for questions relating to article 75 of the Schengen Convention to set up a form for the certificate referred to in paragraph 8 (samples Appendix 2), from which copies may be made. The district administrative authorities have to reproduce the form if necessary and free of charge issued copies to doctors, dentists and dentist.

(10) the Federal Ministry of health has also set up a laid down in the directive of the International addiction poison control Council for legislation of travellers under treatment with internationally controlled drugs used the district administrative authorities for the certification of medical or dental equity needs of psychotropic medicines when travelling by patients in countries that are not parties to the Schengen Convention (pattern 3). Copies may be made of the form. ABS 9 last sentence is to be applied."

6 § 12 para 1 first sentence reads:

"The import and export of psychotropic substances is, except in the § 17a Z 1 referred to drug law cases of imports or exports, banned in this regulation or article 30, para. 3, if the Federal Minister of health do so issued not an authorisation."

7 § 3 the following paragraph is added to article 12:

"(3) a permit is lit at foreign missions of the armed forces pursuant to § 2 para 1 para 1 and 2. "d of the military service Act 2001 (WG 2001), Federal Law Gazette I no. 146, to ensure the medical or dental care of members of the armed forces or for the veterinary treatment of standing in the Federal Army in using animals not required."

8. in article 17, paragraph 2, the words be replaced "Name and surname" by the words "Given name or surname and family".

9. the existing text of § 21 receives the sales designation (1) and the following paragraph 2 is added:

"(2) § 10 par. 3 and 4 in the version of regulation BGBl. No. 358/2012 15 December 2012 II enters into force and is to apply to all bonds issued after December 14, 2012."

10. the previous "Annex" is named "Appendix 1".

11 in Appendix 1 is under point 1 "substances and preparations of annex III of the Convention of the United Nations on psychotropic substances (article 3, paragraph 1 drug law)" the line "Flunitrazepam" with the line "flunitrazepam *" replaced.

12. in Appendix 1, the line is at the end of the point 1 "* prescription only on addiction poison recipe (§ 10 par. 3)" added.

13 Annex 1 the "certificate for carrying psychotropic medicines in travel in accordance with article 75 of the Schengen Convention" be "Annex 2" and the "certificate for carrying psychotropic drugs in international travel to countries which are not Contracting Parties to the Schengen Convention" attached as "Appendix 3".

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