Regulation Of The Minister Of Agriculture The Number 24/permentan/sr 140/4/2011 In 2011

Original Language Title: Peraturan Menteri Pertanian Nomor 24/Permentan/ SR.140/4/2011 Tahun 2011

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Permentan-24-2011. doc REGULATIONS the MINISTER of AGRICULTURE number: 24/Permentan/SR 140/4/2011 ABOUT the TERMS and PROCEDURES of REGISTRATION of PESTICIDES with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the MINISTER of agriculture, Considering: a. that with regulation of the Minister of agriculture Number 45/Permentan/SR 140/10/2009 has been set the terms and procedures of registration of Pesticides; b. that with respect to the existence of organizational change in the environment of the Ministry of agriculture, and to improve services as well as certainty in the granting of the registration and permit regulation of the Minister of agriculture pesticides, Number 45/Permentan/SR 140/10/2007 needs to be reviewed; Remember: 1. Act No. 12 of 1992 about the Cultivation System (State Gazette Number 46 in 1992, State Gazette Supplementary Number 3478); 2. Law number 8 of 1999 on the protection of the consumer (State Gazette Number 42 in 1999, an additional State Gazette Number 3821); 3. Act No. 36 of 2009 about health (State Gazette Number 140 in 2009, an additional State Gazette Number 5059); 4. Law Number 32 year 2009 on the protection and management of Environment (State Gazette Number 144 in 2009, an additional State Gazette Number 5063); 5. Government Regulation number 7 in 1973 about the supervision over the Circulation, storage and use of Pesticides (State Gazette No. 12 of 1973); 6. Government Regulation number 6 of 1995 on the protection of the plant (State Gazette No. 12 of 1995, an additional Sheet country number 3598); 7. Government Regulation number 18 in 1999 about the management of hazardous materials and Toxic Waste (State Gazette number 30 of 1999, an additional State Gazette Number 3815); 8. Government Regulation Number 74 in 2001 about the management of Hazardous and toxic Materials (State Gazette Number 138 in 2001, additional State Gazette Number 4153); 9. Government Regulation Number 49 in 2002 about the Tariff Over the kind of Acceptance State Tax is not applicable to the Department of agriculture (State Gazette Number 92 in 2002, an additional Sheet country number 4224) juncto Government Regulation number 7 2004 (State Gazette No. 14 of 2004, an additional Sheet country number 4362); www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2 10. Presidential Decree 84/M in 2009 on the establishment of a United Indonesia Cabinet II; 11. Presidential regulation Number 47 in 2009 about the formation and organization of the Ministries; 12. the presidential regulation Number 24 of 2010 about the position, duties, functions And Organizational arrangement of Ministries, duties, and functions of the Echelon I Ministries; 13. the regulation of the Minister of health Number 472/Menkes/XI/PER/1992 of hazardous materials; 14. Decisions along with Minister of agriculture and Minister of health Number 881/Menkes/LCS/VIII/1996, 752/Kpts/TP 270/8/1996 on Maximum pesticide residues On agricultural output; 15. Regulation of the Minister of health Number 1350/Menkes/SK/XII/2001 concerning Pesticides; 16. Regulation of the Minister of health Number 1191/Menkes/Per/VIII/2010 about the Path of the tool Permits health and Wellness, household Supplies; 17. Regulation of the Minister of agriculture the number 42/Permentan/SR 140/5/2007 on supervision of Pesticides; 18. Regulation of the Minister of Commerce Number 51/M-DAG/PER/12/2007 about the conditions of the import of Methyl Bromide For quarantine and Pre Shipment; 19. Regulation of the Minister of agriculture the number 61/OT Permentan/140/710/2010 about the Organization and the work of the Ministry of agriculture; 20. The decision of the Minister of agriculture Number 847/Kpts/OT 160/2/2011 about the Commission's pesticides. Notice: 1. Presidential Instruction No. 3 of 1986 about increased pest control Pest In rice plant; 2. The letter of the Chairman of the Commission on Pesticides the number 246/Kompes/2011 date of March 28, 2011; Decide: Define: REGULATION Of The MINISTER Of AGRICULTURE ABOUT The TERMS And PROCEDURES Of REGISTRATION Of Pesticides. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 in this rule is: 1. Pesticides are all chemical substances and other materials as well as the remains of miniscule and viruses used to: www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 3 a. eradicate or prevent pests-pest and disease damage plants, parts of plants or the outcomes of agriculture; b. eradicate grasses; c. turn off the leaf and prevent unwanted growth; d. set up or stimulate the growth of plants or parts of plants excluding manure; e. eradicate or prevent pests-pest out on animals-pets and livestock; f. eradicate or prevent pests-Aquatic pests; g. eradicate or prevent animals and bodies remains miniscule in households, buildings and in the transport of tools; and/or h. eradicate or prevent the animals that can cause disease in humans or animals that need to be protected with the use in plants, soil or water. 2. The registration of a pesticide is the process to get a registration number and permission to pesticides. 3. for general use Pesticides are pesticides in current use do not need the requirements and tools special safeguards beyond the stated on the label. 4. Pesticides pesticides are limited in their use requires the terms and special safeguards tools outside the listed on the label. 5. banned Pesticide is a type of pesticide that is banned for all areas of use, to the fields of pesticides households, and for the field of fisheries. 6. Active ingredients are synthetic chemicals or natural substances contained in pesticides formulation or technical materials that have the power or influence of other biological toxins against target organisms. 7. the standard active ingredients are pure active ingredients used as a comparison in the process of the analysis of the levels of pesticide active ingredients. 8. technical Material is the raw material manufacture formulations that result from a manufacture of active ingredients, which contain active ingredients and materials of dopants (impurities) or follow-up can also contain other materials as needed. 9. the technical origin of the Material is material which is produced directly from synthetic process, extraction or other processes to produce the active ingredients. 10. technical Material is processed ingredients are produced from materials processing technical origin with specific objectives such as security, stability or specific purposes in the making process of formulation, pewadahan, transporting and storage. 11. The formulation is a mixture of active ingredients with supplementary materials with levels and certain forms of work which have the power as a pesticide in accordance with the planned goals. 12. Additional material pesticides are ingredients added in pesticide formulations or technical material in addition to the active ingredients of pesticides include: solvents, pembau, emulsifier, dye carriers, grader, adhesive, spreaders, and pemantap. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 4 13. The owner of the formulations are individuals or legal entities who have a prescription formulation of pesticides. 14. Prescription formulations is a description that States the type and the number of active ingredients and additives contained in a pesticide formulation and/or how to memformulasi a pesticide using technical or active ingredients and other constituents. 15. The circulation is the import-export or sale within the country including transport of pesticides. 16. Storage is to have pesticides in stock in the page or in the space used by importers, traders or in agricultural businesses. 17. The use of pesticides is to use with or without a tool such as intent to in Figure 1. 18. The container is exposed to the pesticide directly to save during handling. 19. The Label is text and can be accompanied by a picture or symbol, which provides information about pesticides, and attached to the container or wrapper pesticides. 20. Culling is removing the nature and function of pesticides. 21. the use of the Certificate is a certificate that States have passed training in use of pesticides is limited. 22. The user is the person or legal entity who uses pesticides with or without tools. 23. The naming of formulations is the trade name of a pesticide formulations that are registered by the applicant. 24. The naming of technical material is the name of a technical material registered by the applicant. 25. Pesticide residues are remnants of pesticides, including the results of the changes found in the network or in humans, animals, plants, water, air or soil. 26. Acute Toxicity is the adverse influence of arising immediately after exposure with a single dose of a chemical or other material, or double dosing within approximately 24 hours. 27. The toxicity of subkronik is an adverse influence on animal experiments which arise as a result of the daily recurring just the granting of chemicals or other ingredients, with the period of exposure for 3 months. 28. the chronic Toxicity is the adverse influence on animal experiments which arise as a result of the daily recurring just the granting of chemicals or other ingredients, with the period of exposure for 2 years. 29. Lethal dose to 50 the next single dose LD50 is abbreviated to chemicals or other materials that are derived statistically that may cause the death of 50% of a population of organisms in a series of experimental conditions have been determined. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id


5 30. Lethal concentration 50 hereinafter abbreviated LC50 is statistically derived concentration can cause the death of 50% of a population of organisms in a series of experimental conditions have been determined. 31. Acceptable Daily Intake ADI abbreviated next number is penduga the daily intake of chemicals that can be accepted in food throughout the life of a human being without a meaningful health risk. 32. The maximum limit Residue hereinafter abbreviated BMR is the limit of hunch's maximum allowable pesticide residues found in a variety of agricultural output. 33. Lethal time 50/a biological half-life hereinafter abbreviated LT50 is the time it takes to shut down 50% of experimental animals under certain conditions. 34. The Unit number is a factor of toxicity quotient (ratio) nominal concentrations of pesticides in the water of rice field with a height of 10 cm with a value of 96-hour LC50. 35. Decomposition time-50 hereinafter abbreviated DT50 is the time required for the occurrence of 50% decomposition form of dissipation and degradation of a chemical in a medium. 36. Efficacy is the effectiveness of the target organisms against pesticides be registered based on the results of the experiment field or laboratory according to the applicable methods. 37. Resurjensi is the increasing population of the target organisms after treated with pesticides. 38. Resistance is a decrease in the level of sensitivity of the population of the target organisms against pesticides that can cause pesticides originally effective for control of the target organism becomes not effective anymore. 39. Irritation is a symptom of inflammation that occurs in the skin or mucous membrane immediately after prolonged or repeated treatments with the use of chemicals or other materials. 40. is the nature of a Carcinogenic material that may encourage or lead to cancer. 41. Teratology is the nature of the chemicals that can cause/disability/disability produced body at birth. 42. is Mutagenic properties of the chemicals that cause the occurrence of mutations of genes. 43. The head of the Centre is the head of the center of the plant breeders ' rights and permissions of the farm. 44. The Director General is the Director-General of Infrastructure and means of agriculture. Article 2 (1) of the regulation is intended as a legal basis in organizing registration including testing and licensing as well as supervision of pesticides. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 6 (2) of this regulation aims to: a. protect the public and the environment from the harmful influences as a result of storage, circulation, and the use of pesticides; b. increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of the use of pesticides; c. supporting the application of the system of integrated pest control (PHT); and/or d. provide certainty in the conduct of business activities are the production, procurement, storage, and release of pesticides. Article 3 scope this regulation arrangements covering the areas of use, classification, type of licensing, admission requirements, registration procedures, pesticide containers and labels, a duty officer and the owner of the registration number, administrative sanctions, the provisions of the pesticide methyl bromide, active-terms and conditions of passage, cover. CHAPTER II FIELD USE of article 4 (1) the field of use of pesticides include: a. the management of the plant; b. the farm; c. fishing; d. forestry; e. agricultural storage; f. settlement and households; g. quarantine and pre-shipment. (2) the field of use of the management of the plant is a pesticide used to control the target organism or promote growth on the plant (plant food crops, horticultural crops, plantations, forest industry plants). (3) the field of use of farm pesticides are used to control pests on livestock/animals that need to be protected and or their enclosures. (4) the field of use of fishing is a pesticide used to control the target organisms/prevent pests-Aquatic pests on aquaculture (farmed fish, among others, of farmed shrimp). (5) the field of use of forestry is a pesticide used to control the target organisms on the results of the forest or the preservation of forest products (sawn wood, sawn timber, rattan, Foundation building). (6) the field of use of agricultural storage is a pesticide used to control the target organisms in agricultural storage sheds. (7) the field of use of household settlement and is a pesticide used to control the target organisms (animals and www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 7 bodies remains miniscule) on household, building and prevent animals (vector) which can cause illness in humans. (8) the field of use of quarantine and pre-shipment is a pesticide used to control the target organism by means of fumigation in quarantine before or after shipment. CHAPTER III CLASSIFICATION of article 5 (1) based on the danger, pesticides may be classified into: a. a banned pesticide b. pesticides can be registered (2) prohibited Pesticides as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a, with the following criteria: a. pesticide formulations including class, meaning It is very harmful and class Ib means harmful according to the WHO classification as listed in annex XII. b. active ingredients and/or additional ingredients which have the effect of carcinogenic, mutagenic, or Teratology (category I and IIa on the basis of the classification of the International Agency for Research on Cancer), and according to the FAO, the WHO, the US-EPA and other provisions. (3) the pesticides can be registered as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b pesticides that are not included in the category of banned pesticides as referred to in paragraph (2). Article 6 (1) based on the scope of use, pesticides may be classified into: a. pesticide is limited; and b. pesticides for general use. (2) a restricted pesticide Criteria referred to in paragraph (1) letter a are as follows: a. pesticide formulations corrosive on the eyes (causing damage to no ocular tissue terkembalikan), resulting in minimal shrinkage in the cornea or irritation to 7 (seven) days or more; b. formulation of pesticide-corrosive towards leather (causing damage to tissues in the dermis or cuts and scars) or result in severe irritation to 72 (seventy two) hours or more; c. when used as indicated on the label, or according to the usual practice, pesticides are still real cause poisoning in subkronik chronic or delayed, to humans as a result of exposure in single and compound against the pesticides or residunya; d. have a LC50 inhalation the active ingredients of less than 0.05 mg/I during the 4-hour exposure period; or e. the material included in the destroyer of ozone layer. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 8 (3) Pesticides for general use as intended in paragraph (1) letter b pesticides that do not fall into the category of restricted pesticides as referred to in paragraph (2). Article 7 (1) of pesticide active ingredients prohibited for all areas of use as listed in Annex I section 1 as grain is inseparable with these regulations (2) the banned pesticide active ingredients for pesticides, household as listed in Annex I section 2 as the grains are not separated by this rule. (3) the pesticide active ingredients prohibited for fishery as it is listed on Appendix I of the 3 rounds as part an integral part of this regulation. (4) the banned pesticide active ingredients used on rice plant according presidential instruction 3 of 1986 as listed in Annex I part 4 as the grains are not separated by this rule. (5) limited pesticide active ingredients as listed in annex II as part an integral part of this regulation. (6) additional material pesticides banned for all areas of use of pesticides and the field of household pesticide use as listed in Annex III as part an integral part with this rule. (7) additional material pesticides restricted its use to the management of the plant such as listed in Annex IV as part an integral part of this regulation. Article 8 (1) change the classification of the use of pesticides is prohibited from being a general use of pesticides is limited, or into general use, or vice versa can be done after any suggestions and considerations of the Commission on pesticides. (2) the changes referred to in subsection (1) more will be poured in the decision itself. Article 9 (1) every person that will be using pesticides restricted as stipulated in article 6 paragraph (1) letter a, required to have a certificate of use of pesticides is limited. (2) the use of pesticides is limited Certificate referred to in subsection (1) is given to a person who has passed the restricted pesticide use training issued by the Chairman of the Supervisory Commission of the provincial Pesticides. (3) the holder of a compulsory registration number carry out limited pesticide in accordance with the training guidelines and coordinating with Provincial Pesticide Surveillance Commission or the designated officer www.djpp.depkumham.go.id


9 (4) the certificate of the limited use of pesticides as referred to in paragraph (1), apply in the entire territory of Indonesia for a period of 5 years, and can be extended. (5) the provisions regarding training guidelines as referred to in paragraph (3) are governed further by a Director-General a.n. Minister of agriculture. Article 10 legal entity can make use of pesticides is limited when applied by people who have a limited use of pesticides have a certificate referred to in article 9. CHAPTER IV LICENSING TYPE of article 11 types of pesticide permit consists of: a. permit the experiment; b. temporary permits; and c. the permission remains. Article 12 (1) Permits the experiment referred to in article 11 a, is given by the Director-General a.n. Agriculture Minister who applies for a period of 1 year, and may be extended one time for a period of 1 (one) year. (2) Permit the experiment referred to in subsection (1) is granted to the applicant to be able to prove the truth of his claims regarding the quality, efficacy, and safety of pesticides registered. (3) the pesticides that have been banned for trial license distributed and/or used commercially. Article 13 (1) a temporary Permit as referred to in article 11 letter b is given by the Minister on the advice of the Commission consideration and/or pesticides. (2) a temporary Permit as referred to in paragraph (1) was given against the pesticides that meet most requirements of technical and/or administrative. (3) a temporary Permit as referred to in subsection (1) is granted to the applicant to complete the technical and administrative requirements as referred to in paragraph (2) with data and information in accordance with the set. (4) a temporary Permit as referred to in subsection (1) apply for a period of 1 (one) years, and may be extended one time for a period of 1 (one) year. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 10 (5) if the applicant within the period referred to in subsection (4) has yet to complete the technical requirements and/or administration referred to in subsection (3), the application is considered withdrawn. Clause 14 of the Pesticides which have obtained a permit while as stipulated in article 13 can be produced, distributed, and used in limited quantities in accordance with the number of commodities, the dose or concentration and application specified by decision of the Minister. Article 15 (1) permanent Permits as stipulated in article 11 of the letter c is given by the Minister on the advice of the Commission consideration and/or pesticides. (2) the permit remains as intended in paragraph (1) is valid for a period of 5 (five) years and can be extended. (3) the pesticides that have obtained the permit remains as intended in paragraph (1) can be produced, distributed and used. Article 16 (1) pesticides permission Remain as stipulated in article 15 paragraph (1) can be expanded its use on other targets that have not been registered after obtaining permission use of expansion. (2) expanded use of Permit referred to in subsection (1) is given by the Minister of agriculture on the advice and/or consideration of the Commission on pesticides. (3) to get the expanded use of permit referred to in subsection (1) the applicant applied for attaching the test results. Article 17 In the use of pesticides as referred to in article 13, article 14, article 15, and Pasal16 proved to pose a negative impact on human health and environmental sustainability, or temporary permit, permission or permit expanded use of can be reviewed or revoked. Chapter V REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS of article 18 (1) application for registration of a pesticide could be done by business entities or legal entities with Indonesia meets the requirements of registration as follows: a. deed of establishment and its changes, for business entities (Trade, Business Firms, CV, NV) and legal entities (PT, cooperatives); b. Business Trade Licence (SIUP)/Tanda list of the trading business (TDUP) pesticides; www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 11th c. Staple Taxpayer Number (NPWP); d. domicile certificate/Card Sign inhabitants (KTP); e. a statement entitled sign in order of registration and licensing; f. letter of guarantee of the supply of the active ingredient from a supplier of the active ingredient. (2) the registration of pesticides as referred to in subsection (1) is done by the owner of the corresponding formulation or its power. Article 19 To the owner of the formulations dating from overseas, registration of pesticides carried out by his power/incorporated legal representative of Indonesia and domiciled in Indonesia. Article 20 (1) the pesticides can be registered in Indonesia, a pesticide that does not include a classification is prohibited as referred to in article 5 paragraph (1) letter a, containing no active ingredients of pesticides is prohibited as referred to in article 7 paragraph (1), subsection (2), and subsection (3) and/or does not contain the banned additives referred to in article 7 paragraph (5). (2) the pesticides referred to in subsection (1) must qualify the purity levels of active ingredients that meet the specifications of the SNI, the FAO, the WHO or other international bodies. Article 21 For application in addition meet the requirements referred to in Article 18, must meet the following requirements: (1) any formulations that are generated by each owner, used for every area of use, must be registered on behalf of a claimant; (2) the formulation of pesticides-active compounds to the field of use of the management of the plant, except the ZPT, rodentisida, biology and pesticide pheromones/atraktan is not antagonistic. Section 22 (1) the registered Pesticides must be given its own designation, which is the identity of any pesticide formulations which will be circulated. (2) a Designation as referred to in subsection (1) must not be the same or almost the same with the formulation that has been registered on behalf of other companies. (3) a Designation as referred to in subsection (1) must satisfy the following requirements: a. each formulation was given only one name that consists of three (3) elements, namely a trade name which is not related to the common name and/or the name of the active ingredient, a number that shows the levels of active ingredients, and the code letters indicating the form of the formulation; www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 12 b. each pesticide formulations registered designation attached with a proof of registration has been authorized in accordance with the provisions of the legislation on intellectual property rights (INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY); c. naming the formulations referred to in letters a and b is not agitatif such as the words "awesome", "excellent", "super" or "powerful". (4) technical material Designation must meet the essential requirements referred to in subsection (3) and followed with consecutive numbers and codes that indicate the level of active ingredient and a range of technical materials. CHAPTER VI REGISTRATION PROCEDURES Article 23 (1) to get the permission of pesticides as referred to in article 11, the applicant submits the statement to the Minister of agriculture through the Head with an attached with administration requirements as stipulated in article 18, using the format as listed in Annex VII to chemical pesticides, or annex VIII to Appendix IX or biological pesticides to household pesticides and/or control human disease vectors as part an integral part of this regulation. (2) the head of the Centre for a period of not longer than three (3) working days have finished checking the completeness of administrative requirements as referred to in article 18 paragraph (1) and gives the answers receive or reject. Article 24 (1) Application was received as stipulated in article 11 paragraph (2) if the Administration had fulfilled the requirements as stipulated in article 18 paragraph (1) by the head of the Centre submitted to the Director-General in writing to the technical assessment conducted using the form model-1 as listed in Annex XVII as part an integral part of this regulation. (2) the petition was rejected as stipulated in article 11 paragraph (2) if the administrative requirements as referred to in article 18 paragraph (1) is not complete or not correct, head of the center told the applicant accompanied rejection reason in writing, using the model form-2 as listed in Annex XVIII as part an integral part of this regulation. Article 25 (1) of the petition is received as stipulated in article 24 paragraph (1) and has done a technical assessment can be given permission to the experiment by the Director General on behalf of the Minister of agriculture. Experimental permits submitted to the applicant through the Head. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id


13 (2) an applicant who is granted permission to the experiment referred to in subsection (1) must submit samples of pesticides to the Director General through the Head to do quality test. (3) quality test referred to in subsection (2) is performed by an accredited Institution or designated as listed in Annex XIII as part an integral part of this regulation. (4) quality Test Results referred to in paragraph (3) by laboratory examiners submitted to the Director General through the Chief of the Center for quality test assessment is conducted in accordance with the limits of tolerance as shown on Annex VI as part an integral part of this regulation. (5) the Director-General in writing within three (3) working days has been completed perform an assessment of quality test referred to in subsection (4). (6) if the results of the assessment of the quality test and the samples of pesticides as referred to in subsection (5) does not meet the requirements, the Director General inform the applicant in writing Center through the head to be able to apply for a quality test with the 3 model form as noted in Annex XIX as part an integral part of this regulation. Article 26 (1) if the results of the assessment referred to in Article 25 paragraph (4) to be eligible, the next sample pesticide sealed by the Director General. (2) Applicants submit samples of pesticides that have been sealed as mentioned in subsection (1) to Institute examiners toxicity and efficacy that has been accredited or designated as listed in Annex XIV and annex XV as part an integral part of this regulation. (3) the Agency examiners in conducting testing of efficacy and toxicity as referred to in paragraph (2) is required to follow the standard method established by the Director General on behalf of the Minister of agriculture. (4) the Director-General after receiving reports of test results of quality, efficacy and/or toxicity as referred to in paragraph (3) together with the Pesticide Registration Evaluation technical team doing an assessment, in accordance with the technical criteria as listed in Annex V as part an integral part of this regulation. (5) the results of the assessment referred to in paragraph (4) of the next plenary meeting of the Commission delivered on Pesticides as material Evaluation Commission on pesticides. Article 27 (1) the results of the Commission's assessment of the pesticide as stipulated in article 26 paragraph (5) could be postponed, reject or accept the application for registration. (2) if the results of the assessment of the application for registration is rejected as referred to in paragraph (1), the Director-General through the Chief of the Centre for a period of not longer than 5 (five) working days has been informing the applicant with the reason for the refusal in writing accompanied with form model-4 as listed in Annex XX as part an integral part of this regulation. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 14 Article 28 (1) deferred Application referred to in article 27 paragraph (1), if the technical data which must be fitted. (2) the delays referred to in subsection (1) by Director General notified to the applicant in writing through the Center of the head accompanied by reason of delay with the form model-4 as listed in Annex XX as part an integral part of this regulation. (3) the applicant in writing within 7 (seven) working days from receiving the notice referred to in subsection (2) must complete the requirements. (4) if within a period of 7 (seven) working days after the notification referred to in paragraph (3), the applicant has not been able to complete the requirements, following the assessment by the Commission of the application of pesticides in the next period. Article 29 (1) when the Commission assessment of pesticides as referred to in article 27 paragraph (1) application was received by the Commission, further proposed to the Minister of agriculture Pesticides for registration and permit number petitioned pesticides. (2) the Minister of agriculture in the longest period of 90 (ninety) working days since the Commission accept the proposed Pesticides as referred to in paragraph (1) should provide answers to accept or reject. (3) if the Commission's proposals acceptable Pesticides referred to in subsection (2) by the Minister of agriculture is given a registration number and permission to pesticides. (4) the registration number and permission to pesticides as referred to in paragraph (3) provided in the form of a decision of the Minister of agriculture. Article 30 (1) the granting of permits and pesticide registration number referred to in Article 29 paragraph (1) may include: a. the registration number and the temporary permits; or b. the number of registration and permission to remain. (2) the numbering Mechanism covering the areas of use of pesticides, pesticide Type, the type of permit, year of birth, the number of digits in the year in question as contained in Annex XXI as part an integral part of this regulation. Article 31 (1) if within a period of at least 90 (ninety) working days since the Commission accept the proposed Pesticides as referred to in article 29 paragraph (2) the Minister of agriculture has yet to give an answer to accept or reject the plea, considered to be acceptable. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 15 (2) the Application is deemed acceptable as referred to in subsection (1) is given a registration number and permission to pesticides in the form of a decision of the Minister of agriculture, signed by the Director General on behalf of the Minister of agriculture. Article 32 (1) the application for which has been published a decision of the Minister of agriculture as referred to in article 29 paragraph (4), or in article 31 paragraph (2) is submitted to the applicant through the Head. (2) the Application is rejected as stipulated in article 29 paragraph (2) is notified to the applicant through the Head. Article 33 (1) an applicant who has obtained registration number and consent as stipulated in article 29 paragraph (4) and article 31 paragraph (2) within a period of not longer than 1 (one) year should already be producing or importing. (2) production/import Report referred to in subsection (1) must be accompanied by a document production/import. Article 34 (1) the procedures of registration of pesticides as referred to in article 18 to 29 to article are mutatis mutandis apply to the registration of the pesticide technical materials and pesticides for export unless testing efficacy, environmental toxicology, resurjensi, and the residue is not required. (2) the registration of technical material as referred to in paragraph (1) using the format as listed in Annex X as part of an integral part of this regulation. Article 35 (1) a registration number has been given in a temporary or permanent permissions permissions, can be switched or routed, because: a. the owner of the other parties designating the formulation as the holder of the registration number; b. the owner of formulations formulasinya transfer ownership to another party; c. appointment of another party as the holder of the registration number due to the incorporation of the company; d. replacement of the name of the owner or holder of the registration number of the formulation. (2) the party receiving the transfer as a new registration number holder referred to in subsection (1) is required solving among holders of the old formulation with the holders of the new formulation in the form of a letter of agreement, then reported to the Director General through the Chief of the Center for the book noted in the mandatory registration number as well as the proposed stipulation regarding the transfer in question. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 4 of article 36 (1) changes concerning the registered pesticides, the covering: a. change of name or name and formulation active ingredient; b. container and or wrappers; c. form of the formulation of the technical material/d. the origin of active ingredient; e. material solvent; f. ingredients emulsifiers; g. carrier materials; h. the levels of the active ingredient (within the tolerance levels of the active ingredient); i. levels of the active ingredient in technical materials j. registered and permitted use; k. the amount allowed was released to permit temporary; and/or; b. dose and mode of application of pesticides (according to the results of a test of efficacy) (2) the changes referred to in paragraph (1) the letters d, e, f, g and h may be approved when, after testing the appeal of quality, efficacy and toxicity, to one of the target organisms results meet the technical requirements. (3) the changes referred to in subsection (1) is required by the holder of the registration numbers are reported to the Director General through the Chief of the Center for the book noted in the registration number and processed further determinations by the Director General. Article 37 (1) Permission remain the pesticide can be registered with a pesticide registration procedures follow the provisions as referred to in article 19 to 30 are equipped with with article: quality test results re pesticide formulations for re-enrollment odd (first, third .... etc). quality test results re technical materials for each pesticide re-register. -quality test results and efficacy reload against one of the target organism pesticides for re-enrollment evens (second, fourth ... .. etc.), quality test results and efficacy even-numbered anniversary (second, fourth ... .. etc.) against plant pest organisms (OPT) for pesticides used on crops of rice. (2) the target Organism as referred to in paragraph (1) that one of the listed target organisms since first pesticides given permission. (3) registration re permanent consent referred to in subsection (1) is performed at least 90 (ninety) days of work before the permit expires. Article 38 the granting of permits remains re-enrollment in addition must meet the conditions as referred to in article 37 also pay attention to the results of the evaluation of pesticide supervision carried out by the authorized Agency. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id


17 Article 39 (1) When the application for re-registration as referred to in article 38 was accepted, at the latest within 90 (ninety) days of work have been published the decision of the Minister of agriculture about the registration and Permission of pesticides. (2) if within 90 (ninety) days of work the decision of Minister of agriculture Pesticide registration and permits as referred to in paragraph (1) has not been published, the Director-General on behalf of the Minister of Agriculture published a decision of the Minister of agriculture. (3) When re-enrollment as referred to in paragraph (1) was not performed or rejected, the permit number and the registration ended in favor of the law. (4) a registration permit number and ends when the re-enrollment of pesticides declined then to be pulled from circulation no later than 6 (six) months. CHAPTER VII PESTICIDE CONTAINERS and LABELING article 40 (1) of pesticides that have been registered with the permission of temporary or permanent permissions should be placed in the container. (2) Containers of pesticides should not easily ruptured or torn, or other container so that the protected is not broken, do not react with pestisidanya or corrosive, so that humans and the environment against hazards can be avoided. (3) every container must be closed or folded properly so that the lid or flap or container that cannot be opened without destroying it unless the container is made in such a way that without damaging the lid pesticides can only come out in the form of smoke or fog. (4) the specification of the container must be described in full volume, which includes the name of the material, shape, size, color, material thickness, material layer of the surface of the container and the inside of the lid of the container, as shown in Annex XI. (5) Pewadahan return a pesticide formulation can only be made by the holder of the registration of the pesticide in question or other party designated in accordance with the applicable provisions. Article 41 (1) any pesticide containers must be labelled, which is taped and not easy to loose or printed on the container. (2) the proposed pesticide Label by the holder of the registration, and is one of the requirements in the application for registration. (3) all of the information on the label and attachments usage instructions should be listed in the Indonesia language with words that are not agitatif such as the words "awesome", "excellent", "super", "strong" or "powerful", and prohibited lists images which are not target organisms www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 18 registered, compare with the other pesticides banned registered. The use of a foreign language is permitted only when translating things judged important already mentioned also in the language of Indonesia. (4) a description and a warning sign on the label must be printed in clear, easy-to-read or seen, easily understood and are not easily erased. (5) a full description of the contents of the label, sentence anniversaries and security instructions, description of symptoms of toxicity, a description of the help instructions, a description of the storage instructions, description of the usage instructions, inclusion of images, labels, signs of pesticides is limited, and the preparation of labels, as shown in Annex XII. CHAPTER VIII the DUTY OFFICER and the OWNER of the REGISTRATION NUMBER of article 42 (1) the officer who served the institution for officers and examiners registration quality, efficacy and toxicity to safeguarding truth and secrecy of data and information on pesticides that are by their nature need to be kept secret. (2) the Director-General convene the management book registration number and record all the mutations of either the subject or the object of registration of pesticides. Article 43 (1) the holder of a compulsory registration number include the entire description required on the labels of pesticides that are registered as listed in Annex XII to this Regulation. (2) the applicant/holder's registration number is obliged to pay the registration fee which is Not State Tax Receipts (PNBP), and must be deposited into the State Treasury that the magnitude of the set based on laws applicable invitation. (3) the holder of the registration number bore all the cost of testing the magnitude and tatacaranya set by the examiners. Article 44 (1) the holder of a compulsory registration number submit the active ingredient standard by as much as 1 (one) gram and its analysis certificate every 2 (two) years to the Director-General which subsequently stored at the laboratory as referred to in article 25 paragraph (3). (2) the holder of a compulsory registration number submit annual reports concerning the production and circulation of pesticide active ingredients as well as covering import, export and domestic sale and purchase at least 2 (two) months after the calendar year ends, and 6 (six) report monthly on production and circulation limited to Minister of agriculture pesticides through the Director-General by using the format as listed in Annex XVI to this Regulation. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 19 (3) the holder of a pesticide registration obligatory number of coaching and supervision against everything to do with who becomes his responsibility as well as taking penanggulangannya measures in case of irregularities, the activities carried out on its own or together with the apparatus of the Government. CHAPTER IX ADMINISTRATIVE SANCTIONS Article 45 against testers and/or Labs testers are proven to be no guarantee of the confidentiality of test results, and the truth that he was given a written reprimand by the General Director and reported to an authorized officer to be penalized in accordance with the provisions of the laws applicable invitation. Article 46 officers who serve the registration proved to be no guarantee the confidentiality of the data of pesticides as referred to in article 42 paragraph (1) of the employees disciplinary penalties pursuant to applicable legislation. Article 47 the applicants proved to distribute pesticides that are currently in the process of registration, cancellation penalties and pesticide application permit up to the process of investigation by the competent authority to acquire the force of law. Article 48 (1) the holder of a registration number that is proven not to list the entire information required on the label as referred to in section 42 and subsection (5) or not reported change of the holder of the registration the registration number for the removal of sanctions imposed and permissions. (2) the holder of a registration number which is proven to be no guarantee of the quality of pesticides produced and/or distributed, be penalized for the removal of permissions and registration number. (3) the holder of a registration number and does not produce or does not import the formulations of the pesticide didaftarkannya as stipulated in article 33, as well as not to make the report referred to in Article 44 paragraph (2) for 2 (two) years consecutively penalized for the removal of the permit number and registration. (4) the holder of a registration number does not report the change of origin of active ingredient as referred to in Article 36 paragraph (1) letter d penalized repeal registration number and permission. (5) the holder of the registration number referred to in paragraph (1), subsection (2), subsection (3) and subsection (4) is obligated to withdraw from circulation the pesticide selambat the latest three (3) months from the published decisions of the Minister of agriculture about the revocation of registration number and permission. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 20 CHAPTER X PROVISIONS of the PESTICIDE METHYL BROMIDE-BASED ACTIVE Article 49 (1) of the pesticide methyl bromide-based active temporary permission is granted on the basis of the applicable legislation, regulations, with the amount distributed in accordance with the provisions of the applicable (national quota) in the year in question. (3) a temporary Permit as referred to article 11 letter b to the pesticide methyl bromide-based active is given by the Minister on the advice of the Commission consideration and/or pesticides. (3) Permission while the pesticide methyl bromide active material referred to in subsection (1) apply for a period of one (1) year, and restart can be registered with the following conditions. (4) a temporary permit re-Registration as referred to in subsection (1) is performed at least 90 (ninety) days of work before the permit expires. CHAPTER XI TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS article 50 (1) of pesticides that have got the registration number and permission to stay temporarily or permission before this regulation was published, was still in force. (2) the application for registration number and permission to stay or temporary permission was or is already done testing before this Regulation applies the provisions of Regulation published Minister of agriculture Number 45/Permentan/SR 140/10/2009. (3) the application for registration number and permission to stay or permission while the testing has not been made before this regulation was published, processed in accordance with this regulation. CHAPTER XII CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 51 of this Regulation, enacted By then Minister of agriculture Regulation Number 45/Permentan/SR 140/10/2009 on the terms and procedures of registration of Pesticides, was repealed and not applicable. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 21 Article 52 this Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation. So everyone knows, this Minister of agriculture Regulations enacted by its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia. Established in Jakarta on April 8, 2012, AGRICULTURE MINISTER SUSWONO Enacted in Jakarta on April 20, 2011 MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS Republic of INDONESIA, PATRIALIS AKBAR REPUBLIC INDONESIA in 2011 NUMBER 232 www.djpp.depkumham.go.id