The Classification Of The Plant Protection Product, Labeling And Packaging Procedures

Original Language Title: Augu aizsardzības līdzekļu klasificēšanas, marķēšanas un iepakošanas kārtība

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 1064 Riga 2004 December 28 (Mon. 75. § 4) the classification of the plant protection product, labeling and packaging the order Issued under the plant protection act, article 5 paragraph 8 i. General questions 1. determines the classification of the plant protection product, packing and labelling procedures. 2. the rules apply to chemical, as well as micro-organisms or viruses with plant protection products (hereinafter referred to as a plant protection product). II. classification of plant protection products on the order of 3. Plant protection product manufacturer classifies it according to these rules and regulations for chemicals and chemical products, labelling and packaging of classification procedures. 4. Explosive, extremely flammable, highly flammable and flammable plant protection product are classified according to: 4.1 legislation on chemical substances and chemical classification, labelling of products and packaging;
4.2. physical and chemical properties, assessed through the law on the registration of plant protection products on the internationally recognized methods. 5. the characteristics of the plant protection product: explosive, oxidizing, extremely flammable, highly flammable and flammable — do not impose the following conditions: 5.1 if the assessment carried out, using laws on the registration of plant protection products on the internationally accepted methods, found that the composition of the plant protection product in the chemicals do not have this mentioned in the introductory part of paragraph properties;
5.2. If classified in the plant protection product, and can be justified scientifically, that the changes do not affect the classification of the plant protection product. 6. Health and environmentally hazardous plant protection products (very toxic, toxic, harmful, corrosive, irritant, sensitising, carcinogenic, mutagenic and reproductive toxic) classified: 6.1. because of its nature, established on the basis of the assessment carried out, using laws on the registration of plant protection products on the internationally recognised methods;
6.2. in accordance with the legislation on chemical substances and chemical classification, labelling of products and packaging;
6.3. the mutagenic and carcinogenic, reproductive toxic chemicals 1, category 2 or 3, in accordance with the legislation on chemical substances and chemical classification, labelling of products and packaging. 7. If using the plant protection product, it poses special risks for humans and animals, the characteristics of the plant protection product used in these rules referred to in annex 1 of the standard. 8. This provision risk referred to in paragraph 7 shall be determined on the basis of skin and respiratory sensitisation testing carried out in accordance with the regulations on the registration of plant protection products to those of the standardised methods, as well as taking into account this provision in annex 2 criteria. 9. If using the plant protection product necessary to meet specific security requirements for the protection of human or animal, the characteristics of the plant protection product used in these rules referred to in annex 3 of the standard. 10. in paragraph 9 of these regulations that safety requirements established on the basis of skin and respiratory sensitisation testing carried out in accordance with the regulations on the registration of plant protection products to those of the standardised methods, as well as taking into account this provision 4. criteria referred to in the annex. III. the labelling of the plant protection product 11. Plant protection product manufacturer it shall be marked in accordance with these rules and regulations on the registration of plant protection products and chemicals and chemical products, labelling and packaging of classification procedures. 12. The packaging of a plant protection product specifies safety requirements for designation of S1, S2, S13, or part of the text S20/21 in accordance with the legislation on chemicals and chemical products, the classification and labelling procedures. 13. If the packaging of a plant protection product consists of the protective bag, which contains a number of packing units, protective packaging shall be marked according to the regulations on the registration of plant protection products, or according to the legislation on the transport of dangerous goods. IV. A plant protection product packing 14. Plant protection product packaging the General requirements are defined in the regulations on the registration of plant protection products and chemicals and chemical products, labelling and packaging of classification procedures. 15. the packaging of a plant protection product complies with the following particular requirements: 15.1. packaging must be such that it cannot be opened if the packaging is intended for children, repeatedly open and close and if the packaging contents put up for retail sale: 15.1.1. liquid chemical substances whose low viscosity may cause a person to the risk of aspiration;
15.1.2. plant protection product containing 3% or more of methanol;
15.1.3. a plant protection product containing 1% or more of dichloromethane;
15.2. If the plant protection product is registered and the registration of class 2 classified as very toxic, toxic or corrosive, this packaging (regardless of volume) must be such that it cannot be opened to children;
15.3. If the plant protection product is registered 3. registration class, its packaging comply with the legislation on the registration of plant protection products and the requirements on the packaging (regardless of volume) must be blind to the consumer for hazard warning tactile symbol. 16. To spray a hermetically sealed cylinder or felt packing tactile hazard warning symbol shall be placed as follows: 16.1. sprays on the sprinkler heads, which is not possible at the time of application to remove;
16.2. the sealed cylinders on opening parts as near as possible to the opening;
16.3. backing — to cover. V. concluding questions 17. national plant protection services to the date indicated in this paragraph, reassess the plant protection products containing such active substances and which are included in the register of plant protection products, as well as the concerned plant protection products to apply these rules 1, 2, 3, and 4 of the standard referred to in the annex: 17.1. imazalil — until 1 March 2005;
17.2. azoxystrobin 2005 until 1 March;

17.3. methyl-krezoksim-up to 1 March 2005;
17.4. spiroxamine — until 1 March 2005;
17.5. azimsulfuron — up to 1 March 2005;
10.9. fluroxypyr — to March 1, 2005;
17.7. metsulfuron-methyl to 1 July 2005;
11.1. Ca-proheksadon-up to 1 March 2005;
11.1.-up to the 2005 triasulfuron august 1;
17.10. esfenvalerate: 2005 august 1;
17.11.-up to the 2005 bentazone august 1;
17.12. Lamda-2006 cigalotrīn-1 January;
17.13. fenhexamid (KBR 2738)-up to 1 March 2005;
17.14. amitrole — until January 1, 2006;
17.15. diquat — to 2006 January 1;
17.16. pyridate — until January 1, 2006;
17.17. thiabendazole-up to January 1, 2006;
17.18. Paecilomyces fumosoroseus — until 1 March 2005;
17.19. methyl (DPX KE 459) flupirsulfuron — up to 1 March 2005;
17.20. acibenzolar-s-methyl-until 1 March 2005;
17.21. ciklanilid — until 1 March 2005;
17.22. iron phosphate – 1 March 2005;
17.23. pimetrozin — until 1 March 2005;
17.24. ethyl-piraflufen-up to 1 March 2005;
17.25. glyphosate — until 1 July 2006;
17.26. thifensulfuron-methyl-until 1 July 2006;
2.4-D up 17.27.2006 October 1;
17.28. isoproturon — up to 1 January 2007;
17.29. ethofumesate — up to 28 February 2007;
17.30. iprovalicarb — up to 1 March 2005;
17.31. prosulfuron — until 1 March 2005;
17.32. sulfosulfuron, to March 1, 2005;
17.33. cinidon-ethyl-until 1 March 2005;
17.34. butyl-cigalofop-up to 1 March 2005;
17.35. Famoxadone — until 1 March 2005;
17.36. florasulam — until 1 March 2005;
metalaxyl-M — 17.37. until 1 March 2005;
17.38. pikolinafen — until 1 March 2005;
17.39. — 2005 flumioxazine 1 March;
deltamethrin to 17.40. — 2007 31 October;
17.41. imazamok — until 1 March 2005;
17.42. oxasulfuron — until 1 March 2005;
17.43. — 2005 ethoxysulfuron 1 March;
17.44. foramsulfuron — until 1 March 2005;
17.45. oxadiargyl — until 1 March 2005;
17.46. — 2005 cyazofamid 1 March;
2.4-DB — 17.47. until 2007 December 31;
17.48. beta-cyfluthrin: up to 31 December 2007;
17.49. cyfluthrin — until 2007 December 31;
as acting chairat 17.50. iprodione — up to December 31, 2007;
17.51. — 2007 linuron December 31;
maleic hydrazide 17.52.-up to 31 December 2007;
pendimethalin: 17.53. until 2007 December 31;
17.54. propineb — up to 31 March 2008;
propyzamide-up to 17.55.31 March 2008;
mecoprop-17.56. to 31 May 2008;
mecoprop-P 17.57. — up to 31 May 2008;
17.58. — Propiconazole to 31 May 2008;
17.59. trifloxystrobin — up to 31 March 2005;
17.60. ethyl-karfentrazon-up to 31 March 2005;
17.61. mesotrione — up to 31 March 2005;
17.62. — fenamidone 2005 31 March;
17.63. — isoxaflutole to 31 March 2005. 18. the national plant protection service evaluates the plant protection products, of which up to this date of entry into force of the provisions submitted for registration in the service application, and in accordance with the provisions of 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the annex determines the applicable standard. Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) of the Council of 27 June 1967 to Directive 67/548/EEC on the approximation of laws, regulations and administrative provisions relating to the classification, packaging and labelling of dangerous substances;
2) Council on 15 July 1991 Council Directive 91/414/EEC concerning the placing of plant protection products on the market;
3) Council of 31 May 1999 Directive 1999/45/EC on the approximation of laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States relating to the classification of dangerous preparations, packaging and labelling;
4) Commission 11 September 2003 Directive 2003/82/EC amending Council Directive 91/414/EEC as regards standard phrases concerning the placing of plant protection products for special risks and safety precautions;
5) Council of 26 April 2004, Directive 2004/66/EC of the European Parliament and Council Directive 1999/45/EC, 2002/83/EC, 2003/37/EC and 2003/59/EC, and Council Directive 77/388/EEC, 91/414/EC, 96/26/EC, 2003/48/EC and 2003/49/EC adapted to the free movement of goods, freedom to provide services, agriculture, transport and tax policies with regard to the Czech Republic Estonia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Slovenia and Slovakia's accession to the European Union. Prime Minister, Minister of health l. Smith Minister of Agriculture m. Roze annex 1: Cabinet of Ministers of 28 December 2004, regulations no 1064 Standard, pointing to the plant protection product in a particular risk to humans and animals 1. Toxic in contact with the eyes (RSh 1).
2. Can cause fotosensibilizācij (RSh 2).
3. Contact with vapour causes skin and eye burns, contact with liquid causes Frostbite (RSh 3). Minister of agriculture m. Roze annex 2 Cabinet of 28 December 2004, regulations no 1064-Standard nature of the plant protection products the special risk to humans and animals, and the criteria for their application in the Standard RSh 1 1 apply, if: 1.1. prove distinctly herbal remedies for systemic signs of toxicity (such as inhibition of holinesterāz) or test animal deaths that could be linked with the absorbēšano active substances through the mucous membranes of the eyes;
1.2. proven systemic toxicity in humans after the plant protection product in contact with the eyes.
2. the Standard RSh 2 apply if: 2.1. proven plant protection products show photosensitising effects;
2.2. documented facts about the plant protection product according to photosensitising effects in humans in contact with the plant protection product;
2.3. plant protection product contains 1% (by weight) or more active substances or formulants, which possesses a photosensitising effects in humans.

3. in the Standard RSh 3 apply to plant protection products which preparatory form is a liquefied petroleum gas (such as methyl-bromide preparations). This phrase does not apply if the plant protection product applied in the chemical characteristics of the R34 or R35 exposure. Minister of agriculture m. Roze annex 3 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 28 December 2004, regulations no 1064 Standard, which lays down specific safety requirements for transactions with plant protection products 1. all plant protection products shall be marked with a standard "Don't pollute the water with the plant protection product and its packaging", supplemented by the text "(do not clean the spray technique of water and watercourses in the vicinity/protect against contamination through the drainage from the yard and the road)" (SP1).
2. in determining the safety phrases, comply with the following general conditions: 2.1 you can determine the appropriate personal protective equipment and personal protective equipment (such as certain specifications work clothes, apron, gloves, sturdy shoes, rubber boots, face shield, good-fitting glasses, hat, hood or respirator);
2.2. you can determine the operation that requires specific personal protective equipment (plant protection products-mixing, sprayer tank filling or operating with undiluted plant protection product, diluted the spraying of plant protection products, operating with just sprinkled material, such as plants, soil, or entering a newly cultivated surface);
2.3. you can set the following additional requirements for the use of plant protection products technology: 2.3.1. placing of plant protection products from the packaging to the sprayer tank used in closed packaging systems;
2.3.2. user of the plant protection product to spray while working in a closed cockpit, equipped with air conditioning units;
2.3.3. the use of the plant protection product regulation technology can replace the use of personal protective equipment, if you get the same or a higher level of protection.
3. plant protection products users specify the following safety phrases (SP): 3.1. after contact with skin, first clear the plant protection product from the leather with a dry cloth and then wash skin with plenty of water (SP 1);
3.2. after use, wash all protective clothing (SP-2);
3.3. the ignition of the plant protection product does not inhale smoke and immediately leave the area under cultivation (SP 3);
3.4. packaging open outdoors and dry conditions (SP-4);
3.5. before returning to thoroughly ventilate treated areas/greenhouses "..." (specify time) while the spray liquid had dried (SP 5).
4. environmental safety the following safety phrases (SPE): 4.1 to protect groundwater/soil organisms, without the use of the plant protection product "..." (indicate the name) or other plant-protection product containing "..." (indicate the name of the active substance, or an active substance group name) more than "..." (indicates the process count for a specified time period) (SP 1);
4.2. to protect groundwater/aquatic organisms do not apply "..." (indicate type of soil or circumstances) soils (SP 2);
4.3. to protect aquatic organisms/application related plants with use of unbound/arthropods/insects respect "..." (indicate distance) protection zone to non-agricultural land/water bodies and watercourses (SP 3);
4.4. to protect aquatic organisms/non-use plants without the use of the plant protection product on impervious surfaces such as asphalt, concrete, pavement, tracks and other places with high risk of run-off (SP 4);
4.5. to protect birds/wild mammals, plant protection product to be fully integrated into the soil. Plant protection products provide a complete incorporation into the soil also crop row ends (SP 5);
4.6. to protect birds/wild mammals, collect any spilt or rolled out the feature (SP 6);
4.7. not to use bird breeding period (SP 7);
4.8. dangerous to bees. To protect bees and other pollinators, non-use of crops in flower/do not use where bees are actively foraging/bee hives to move or fold the spraying of plant protection products to the "..." (indicate for how long) after the end of the spraying/do not use areas that are flowering weeds/combat weeds before flowering/do not apply before. "" (specify time) (8).
5. good agricultural practice determines the safety phrase "to avoid the build-up of resistance, do not use this or any other plant protection product containing" ... " (indicates the active substance, or an active substance group name) more than "..." (indicate the number of treatment process or period of time) "(SP 1).
6. Transactions with rodenticides such safety phrases (SPr): 6.1 insert in the bait so that it would not be available for other animals. Bait to strengthen to rodents could not drag (SPr 1);
6.2. processing time in the area to be treated to highlight. Indicate poisoning (primary or secondary) risk with anticoagulant and its antidote (SPr 2);
6.3. the dead rodents from areas to remove every day. Do not throw them in garbage containers or piles (SPr 3). Minister of agriculture m. Roze annex 4 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 28 December 2004, regulations no 1064 special security requirements the application criteria of standartfrāž. 1 (SP-1) Standard "after contact with skin, first clear the plant protection product from the leather with a dry cloth and then wash skin with water" apply to plant protection products containing active substances which may react with water, e.g. , cyanide salts or aluminium phosphide.
2. Standard (SP 2) "after use wash all protective clothing" can be applied, if the plant protection product, the user shall be required to use protective clothing. It necessarily apply to all plant protection products, which are classified as toxic (T) or very toxic (T +).
3. Standard (SP 3) "By the plant protection do not inhale the smoke of fires and immediately leave the area under cultivation" can apply to plant protection products which are used for fumigation, if using the respirator does not provide sufficient security.

4. Standard (SP 4) "packaging open outdoors and dry conditions" apply to plant protection products which can react rapidly with water or damp air, e.g. Aluminium phosphide, or that may cause spontaneous ignition, such as (alkilēnb-) Dithiocarbamates. This phrase can also be applied to volatile plant protection products for which adequate characterisation of exposure R20, R23 or R26. In each case the opinion of an expert is necessary to assess whether the properties of the plant protection product and packaging might endanger users of plant protection products.
5. Standard (SP 5) "before returning to thoroughly ventilate treated areas/greenhouses"... " (airing time) while the spray liquid had dried "may apply to plant protection products that are used in greenhouses or in other enclosed spaces such as warehouses.
6. Standard (SP 1) "to protect groundwater/soil organisms, without the use of the plant protection product"... " (indicate the name) or other plant-protection product containing "..." (indicates the active substances or groups of active substances) over "..." (indicates the process count for a specified time period), if applicable, in accordance with the regulations on the registration of plant protection products in order to make the results of the risk assessments for one or more of the labelling of plant protection products in the applications necessary to establish measures for risk reduction in relation to accumulation in the soil, effects on earthworms or other soil-dwelling organisms or soil and/or groundwater microbial contamination.
7. Standard (SP 2) "to protect groundwater/aquatic organisms do not use" ... " (indicates the soil type or location) soils "may apply where, in accordance with the law on the registration of plant protection products in order to make the results of the risk assessments for one or more of the labelling of the plant protection product use referred to in the need to adopt measures to reduce the risk for any possible groundwater or surface water pollution in sensitive areas (such as soil type, topography or drenēt soils).
8. Standard (SP 3) "to protect aquatic organisms/application related plants with use of unbound/arthropods/insects respect the protection zone" ... " (indicate distance) to non-agricultural land/water bodies and watercourses ", if applicable, in accordance with the regulations on the registration of plant protection products in order to make the results of the risk assessments for one or more of the labelling of the plant protection product use referred to in the need to adopt measures to reduce the risks associated with the use of not plants, arthropods and/or aquatic organisms.
9. Standard (SP 4) "to protect aquatic organisms/non-use plants without the use of the plant protection product on impervious surfaces such as asphalt, concrete, pavement, tracks and other places with high risk of run-off" shall apply, on the basis of the plant protection product specific usage, to prevent the risk of draining and protect aquatic organisms and application of unrelated plants.
10. Standard (SP 5) "to protect birds/wild mammals, plant protection product to be fully integrated into the soil. Plant protection products provide a complete incorporation into the soil at the ends of rows of crops also apply to plant protection products if their preparatory form is granules or tablets that are worked into the soil.
11. Standard (SP 6) "to protect birds/wild mammals, collect any spilt or rolled out the feature" apply to plant protection products which are preparatory form pellets or pills, to prevent the possibility of risk to birds or wild mammals they eat. This standard should be applied to all plant protection products which are solid physical condition and for use in undiluted form.
12. Standard (SP 7) "not to use bird breeding period", if applicable, in accordance with the regulations on the registration of plant protection products in order to make the results of the risk assessments for one or more of the labelling of the plant protection product use referred to in the need to adopt measures to reduce the risk of birds during the breeding season.
13. Standard (SP 8) "dangerous to bees. To protect bees and other pollinators, non-use of crops in flower/do not use where bees are actively foraging/bee hives to move or fold the spraying of plant protection products and "..." (indicate for how long) after the end of the spraying/do not use areas that are flowering weeds/combat weeds before flowering/do not apply before. "" (specify time) "apply to plant protection products if, in accordance with the regulations on the registration of plant protection products in order to make the results of the risk assessments for one or more of the labelling of plant protection products in applications it is necessary to provide measures for risk reduction in bees or other pollinators insects. Based on the approved plant protection product use and other regulations relating to the areas referred to in this paragraph, you can choose an appropriate formulation to determine the risk of restrictive measures for the bees and other pollinating insects and their offspring.
14. Standard (SP 1) "to avoid the build-up of resistance, do not use this or any other plant protection product containing" ... " (indicates the active substance, or an active substance group name) more than "..." (indicate the number of process or processing time period) "apply if necessary ban the formation of resistance risk reduction.
15. Standard (SPr 1) "bait yanks put in it so it would not be available for other animals. Bait to strengthen to rodents cannot be dragged, "highlights the label to make it particularly noticeable to the user and rodenticides to prevent misuse.
16. Standard (SPr 2) "to be processed during the processing area to highlight. Indicate poisoning (primary or secondary) risk with anticoagulant and its antidote "label stands out to make it particularly noticeable and avoid poisoning cases.

17. to prevent secondary poisoning, standard (SPr 3) "dead rodents from areas to remove every day. Do not throw them in garbage containers or in heaps "applied to all rodenticides, which the active substance is anticoagulant. Minister of agriculture m. rose