Minimum Safety Requirements For Food In Bulk Liquid Oils And Fats By Sea Transport

Original Language Title: Obligātās nekaitīguma prasības pārtikai paredzētās neiepakotās šķidrās eļļas un tauku pārvadāšanai pa jūru

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 300 in Riga in 2006 (April 18. 27. § 22) mandatory safety requirements for food in bulk liquid oils and fats by sea transport, Issued in accordance with the law of the food chain monitoring 4. the second paragraph of article 1 the rules lays down minimum safety requirements for food in bulk liquid oils and fats by sea transport. 2. the control of compliance with the provisions of the food and veterinary service. 3. Bulk liquid oils and fats (hereinafter referred to as the oil and FAT) that food is processed before use, may be carried in the tank, which is intended not only for the transport of foodstuffs, subject to the following conditions: 3.1 tank made from stainless steel or lined with epoxy resin or technical equivalent, and last time before oil and fat transportation of cargo tank carrying food or these rules of substances listed in the annex;
3.2. the tank is manufactured from stainless steel or treated by this rule 3.1. materials referred to, but in three previous times before oil and fat transportation of cargo tank carrying food or these rules of substances listed in the annex. 4. Oils and fats that are not food before being processed, may be carried in the tank, which is intended not only for the transport of foodstuffs, subject to the following conditions: 4.1 tank made of stainless steel or lined with epoxy resin or technical equivalent;
4.2. in three previous times before oil and fat transportation cargo tank is transported food. 5. in order to ensure the cleanliness of food containers before oil or fat for the carriage by sea of cargo tanks of the vessel are cleaned. Certify in writing on the person in charge of the cleanup, indicating the type of clean and used. 6. the master of a ship who guided the ship cargo containers transported in oils and fats, preserves the documents proving the previous contents of the three transport and cargo tank cleaning. 7. If the oil and fat during transport is handled in another sea vessel, the consignee, the master of the ship in addition to the provisions in paragraph 6 also stores requirements documents to verify this rule 3 and 4 requirements referred to in paragraph 1. 8. The marine ship captain who guided the cargo tanks of the vessel carrying oil and fat, and the food and veterinary service officials presented the request that rule 6 and 7 documents listed. Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) Commission 15 January 2004, Directive 2004/4/EC amending Directive 96/3/EC granting a derogation from certain provisions of Council Directive 93/43/EEC on the hygiene of foodstuffs as regards the transport of bulk liquid oils and fats by sea;
2) Commission of 26 January 1996, Directive 96/3/EC granting a derogation from certain provisions of Council Directive 93/43/EEC on the hygiene of foodstuffs as regards the transport of bulk liquid oils and fats by sea. Prime Minister-Minister of Agriculture Minister Slakter a.-Minister for the environment r. vējonis annex to the Cabinet of Ministers of 18 April 2006, regulations no 300 substances which may lead a ship cargo containers before food oils and fats intended for the carriage of no PO box substances or groups of substances name CAS number (synonym) 1 2 3 1. Acetic acid 64-19-7-2. Acetic anhydride (acetic anhydride) 108-24-7 3. Acetone (2-propanone; dimetilketon) 67-64-1 4. oils and Fatty Acid distillates-from vegetable oils and fats, and their mixtures (or) marine plants, animals, and marine animal fats and oils 5. Ammonium hydroxide (ammonium hydrate; ammonia solution of ammonia water solution; a) 1336-21-6 Ammonium Polyphosphate 6 68333-10124-31-79-9 9 7 animal, marine plants and marine animal oils and fats, hydrogenated (which is not the Indian nut shell oil and crude tall oil) 8. Beeswax (white and yellow) 8006-40-8012-89-3 4 9. Benzyl alcohol (only pharmaceutical purity and the purity of the reagent grade) 100-51-6 Butilacetāt 10 (n-; sec-; tert-) 123-86-4 105-46-4-88-5 540 11. Calcium chloride solution is allowed as a prior the shipment only if the cargo vest just before it, is on the list and if it is not subject to similar limitations 10043-52-4 of 12 lignosulfonāt calcium 8061-52-7 13. Kandelilvask 8006-44-8 14. Carnauba wax (Brazilian wax) 8015-86-15.9 cyclohexane (hexamethylene, heksanaftēn, heksālhidrobenzol) 110-82-7 16 Epoksidēt soy oil (with oksirān, the oxygen content of not less than 6% and not more than 8%)
8013-07-8 17. Ethanol (ethyl alcohol) 64-17-5 18. Ethyl acetate (acetic ether, acetic acid ester, vinegar naphtha) 141-78-6 19 2-etilheksanol (2-etilheksilspirt) 104-76-7 fatty acids Arachidic 20 21 (eikozānskāb) 506-30-9 22. Behenic (dokozānskāb) 112-85-6 23. Butyric acid (n-butyric acid; butānskāb; etiletiķskāb; propilskudrskāb), 107-92-24.6 Kaprīnskāb (n-dekānskāb) 334-48-25.5 Kapronskāb (n-heksānskāb) 142-62-1 26. Caprylic acid (n-octanoic) 124-07-2-27. the erucic acid (cis-13-dokozēnskāb) 112-86-7 Heptoskāb 28 (n-heptānskāb) 111-14-8 29. Lauric acid (n-dodekānskāb) 143-07-7 30. Lauroleīnskāb (dodecēnskāb) 4998-71-4 31. Linoleic acid (9.12-oktadekadiēnskāb) 60-33-3 32. Linolenic Acid (9, 12, 15-oktadekatriēnskāb) 463-40-1.33 myristic (n-tetradekānskāb) 544-63-8 34.
Miristoleīnskāb (n-tetradecēnskāb) 544-64-9 35. Oleic acid (n-oktadecēnskāb) 112-80-1 36. Palmitic acid (n-heksadekānskāb) 57 37-10-3. Palmitolīnskāb (cis-9-heksadecēnskāb) 373-49-9 38. Pelargonskāb (n-nonānskāb) 112-05-0.39 Rīcinoleīnskāb (cis-12-hidroksioktadec-9-ēnskāb, castor oil acid) 141-22-0 40. Stearic acid (n-oktadekānskāb) 57-11-4.41 valeric acid (n-valeric acid; pentānskāb) 109-52-4 42. Aliphatic alcohols 43. Butyl alcohol (1-butanol; butyric alcohol) 71-36-3. Kaproilspirt 44 (1-hexanol; heksilspirt) 111-45 27-3. Kaprilspirt (1-n-octanol; heptilkarbinol) 111-87-5 (46. Cetyl alcohol C-16; 1-heksadekanol; palmitilspirt of Cetyl; n-primary heksadecilspirt 36653-82-4) 47. Decilspirt (1-decanol) 112-30-1.48 Enantilspirt (1-heptanol; heptilspirt) 111-70-6.49 Laurilspirt (n-dodecyl alcohol; dodekanol) 112-53-50.8 Miristilspirt (1-tetradekanol; tetradekanol) 112-72-1 51. Nonilspirt (1-nonanol; pelargonspirt; oktilkarbinol) 143-08-8 52. Oleilspirt (oktadecenol) 143-28-53 2. Stearilspirt (1-oktadekanol) 112-92-5.54 Tridecilspirt (1-tridekanol), 27458-92-0-70-9 55 112. Aliphatic alcohol mixes 56. Laurilmiristilspirt (C12-C14) 57. Cetilstearilspirt (C16-C18) 58. Fatty esters-any ester that occur while connecting to any of these fatty acids with any of the aliphatic alcohols (such as butilmiristāt, oleilpalmitāt and cetilstearāt) 59. Fatty acids methyl esters 60. Methyl laurate (metildodekanoāt) 111-82-0 61. Metilpalmitāt (metilheksadekanoāt) 112-39-0 62. Methyl stearate (metiloktadekanoāt) 112-61-8 63. Methyl oleate (metiloktadecenoāt) 112-62-9 64. Formic acid (metānskāb; hidrogēnkarbonskāb) 64-18-6 65. Glycerin (glycerol glycerol: at;) 56-81-5.67.66 glycols 1.3-Butanediol 68. Butanediol (1.3-butilēnglikol) 107-88-69.1.4-Butanediol 0 (1.4-butilēnglikol) 110-63-4 70. Polypropyleneglycol (molecular weight greater than 400) 25322-69-4 71. Propylene glycol (propylene glycol; propan-1.2- 2-1,2-diol; 1.2-dihidroksipropān; monopropilēnglikol (MPG); metilglikol) 57-55-6 1.3-propylene glycol 72. (1.3-propanediol; trimetilēnglikol) 504-63-2 73. n-heptane 142-82-5 74. n-hexane (technical grade) 110-54-3 64742-49-0.75 Izobutilacetāt 110 76-19-0. Izodekanol (izodecilspirt)-25339-7 17 77. Izononanol (izononilspirt), 27458-94-2.78 (izooktilspirt) Iso 26952-21-6 79. Isopropanol (isopropyl alcohol; IPA) 67-63-0 80. Limonene (dipentēn) 138-86-3 81. Magnesium chloride solution 7786-30-3 82. Methanol (methyl alcohol) 67-56-1 83. Methyl ethyl ketone (2-butanon) 78-93-3 84. Methylisobutylketone (4-methyl-2-pentanon) 108-10-1 the butilēter the Metilterciār 85. (MTBE) 1634-04-4, 57-86. Molasses 50-1.87-53-7 8002 of Montan wax 88. Paraffin wax 8002-74-2 63231-60-7 89.109-66-0 pentane 90. Phosphoric acid (orthophosphoric acid) 7664-38-2 91. Potable water must be considered as a previous cargo only where the cargo vest just before it is in the list, and if not covered by similar restrictions on 92. Potassium Hydroxide (Caustic Potash) is allowed as a previous cargo only where the cargo vest just before it, is on the list and if it is not subject to similar limitations 1310-58-3 93. n-propilacetāt 109-94 to 60-4. Propylene Tetramer 6842-15-95.5, Propyl (propan-1-ol; propan-1-OL) 71-23-8 96. Sodium hydroxide (caustic soda) is allowed as a previous cargo only If the cargo vest just before it, is on the list and if it is not subject to similar limitations 1310-73-2 97. Silicon dioxide (mikrokvarc) 7631-86-9 98. sodium silicate (liquid glass) 1344-09-8.99 sorbitol (D-sorbitol; heksahidrīnspirt; D-sorbitol) 50-70-4 100. sulphuric acid 7664-93-9 101. Urea ammonium nitrate solution (UAN) 102.

Wine lees (vināz, vinacci, argol, Vini, argil, arcill, vīnakmen, vīnakmen foam not refined, crude potassium bitartrate) 868-14-4 White mineral oil 8042.103-47-5 instead of Agriculture Minister-Minister for the environment r. vējonis