Amendments To The Cabinet Of Ministers On 25 April 2000 By Regulation No 158 "rules On Hazardous Chemicals And The Use Of Dangerous Chemical Products And Trade Restrictions And Bans"

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Ministru kabineta 2000.gada 25.aprīļa noteikumos Nr.158 "Noteikumi par bīstamo ķīmisko vielu un bīstamo ķīmisko produktu lietošanas un tirdzniecības ierobežojumiem un aizliegumiem"

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 572 in 2004 (in 29 June. No 39 36) amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers on 25 April 2000 by Regulation No 158 "rules on hazardous chemicals and the use of dangerous chemical products and trade restrictions and bans issued under the chemicals and chemical products, in accordance with article 16 of the law 1. make Cabinet on 25 April 2000 by Regulation No 158" rules on hazardous chemicals and the use of dangerous chemical products and trade restrictions and prohibitions "(Latvian journal , 2000, 154./157.nr.; 2002, no. 42; 2003 150. No.) 1.1. the following amendments: Supplement 2, second sentence, after the words "aromatic amines and azo" with the words ""; 1.2. make informative reference to European Union directives as follows: "informative reference to European Union directives: 1. Rules included provisions deriving from Council of 27 July 1976 Directive 76/769/EEC on the approximation of laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States relating to the use of certain hazardous substances and products, to restrictions on the marketing and use of, as amended and adapted to technical progress directives such : 1) Council of 24 July 1979 by Directive 79/663/EEC supplementing the annex to Council Directive 76/769/EEC; 2) Council of 22 November 1982 on the Directive 82/806/EEC amending, for the second time (benzene), Directive 76/769/EEC; 3) Council, 1982 3 December Directive 82/828/EEC, for the third time (PHT) amending Directive 76/769/EEC; 4) Council may 16 1983 Directive 83/264/EEC amending for the fourth time directive 76/769/EEC; 5) Council of 19 September 1983 Directive 83/478/EEC, for the fifth time (asbestos) Directive 76/769/EEC; 6) Council of 1 October 1985 Directive 85/467/EEC, for the sixth time (PCBS/PHT) amending Directive 76/769/EEC; 7) Council of 20 December 1985 Directive 85/610/EEC amending for the seventh time (asbestos) Directive 76/769/EEC; 8) Council of 21 December 1989 directive 89/677/EEC amending for the eighth time directive 76/769/EEC; 9) Council of 21 December 1989 directive 89/678/EEC amending Directive 76/769/EEC; 10) Council of 21 March 1991 Directive 91/173/EEC amending for the ninth time directive 76/769/EEC; 11) Council of 18 June 1991 Directive 91/338/EEC amending for the 10th time directive 76/769/EEC; 12) Council of 18 June 1991 Directive 91/339/EEC amending for the 11th time directive 76/769/EEC; 13) Commission of 3 December 1991 Directive 91/659/EEC adapting to technical progress Annex I to Council Directive 76/769/EEC (asbestos); 14) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 30 June 1994, Directive 94/27/EC amending for the 12th time directive 76/769/EEC; 15) the European Parliament and of the Council of 7 December 1994, Directive 94/48/EC amending for the 13th time directive 76/769/EEC; 16) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 December 1994, Directive 94/60/EC amending for the 14th time directive 76/769/EEC; 17) Commission 4 September 1996 of Directive 96/55/EC for the second time to technical progress Annex I to Council Directive 76/769/EEC (chlorinated solvents) (text with EEA relevance); 18) Commission of 26 February 1997 Directive 97/10/EC, adapting to technical progress for the 3rd time Annex I to Council Directive 76/769/EEC (CMR) (text with EEA relevance); 19) the European Parliament and of the Council of 10 April 1997 Directive 97/16/EC amending for the fifteenth time directive 76/769/EEC; 20) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 October 1997 Directive 97/56/EC amending for the sixteenth time, Directive 76/769/EEC; 21) Commission 10 November 1997 Directive 97/64/EC adapting for the fourth time Annex I to Council Directive 76/769/EEC (Virgin lampante olive oil) (text with EEA relevance); 22) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 May 1999 Directive 1999/43/EC amending for the 17th time directive 76/769/EEC; 23) Commission of 26 May 1999 Directive 1999/51/EC adapting for the fifth time Annex I to Council Directive 76/769/EEC (Tin, PCP and cadmium) (text with EEA relevance); 24) Commission of 26 July 1999 Directive 1999/77/EC adapting for the sixth time Annex I to Council Directive 76/769/EEC (asbestos) (text with EEA relevance); 25) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 June 2001, Directive 2001/41/EC 21. amendment to the Council Directive 76/769/EEC (substances classified as carcinogenic, mutagenic or reproductive toxicity); 26) Commission 26 October 2001 directive 2001/90/EC adapting for the seventh time Annex I to Council Directive 76/769/EEC (creosote) (text with EEA relevance); 27) Commission 29 October 2001 directive 2001/91/EC adapting for the eighth time Annex I to Council Directive 76/769/EEC (hexachloroethane) (text with EEA relevance); 28) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 June 2002 Directive 2002/45/EC amending for the twentieth time Council Directive 76/769/EEC (short-chain chlorinated paraffins); 29) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 July 2002 Directive 2002/61/EC amending for the nineteenth time Council Directive 76/769/EEC (azo dyes); 30) Commission 9 July 2002 Directive 2002/62/EC adapting to technical progress for the ninth time Annex I to Council Directive 76/769/EEC (organostannic compounds) (text with EEA relevance); 31) Commission on 6 January 2003 Directive 2003/2/EC on restrictions on the marketing and use of arsenic (Council Directive 76/769/EEC tenth adaptation to technical progress) (text with EEA relevance); 32) Commission on 6 January 2003 Directive 2003/3/EC as regards on the marketing and use of "blue colourant" restrictions (Council Directive 76/769/EEC) (twelfth adaptation to technical progress) (text with EEA relevance); 33) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 6 February 2003, Directive 2003/11/EC amending for the 24th time Council Directive 76/769/EEC (pentabromodiphenyl ether, octabromodiphenyl ether); 34) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 May 2003 Directive 2003/34/EC, the twenty-third amendment to the Council Directive 76/769/EEC (substances classified as carcinogenic, mutagenic or toxic to reproduction — c/m/system, r); 35) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 May 2003 Directive 2003/36/EC, for the twenty-fifth amendment to the Council Directive 76/769/EEC (substances classified as carcinogenic, mutagenic or toxic to reproduction system — c/m/r) (text with EEA relevance); 36) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 June 2003 Directive 2003/53/EC, the twenty-sixth amendment of Council Directive 76/769/EEC (nonylphenol, Nonylphenol and cement the ethoxylation) (text with EEA relevance). 2. the rules shall include provisions deriving from Council of 18 March 1991, directives 91/157/EEC on batteries and accumulators containing certain dangerous substances, adapting to the Commission of 22 December 1998 Directive 98/101/EC (text with EEA relevance) ". 1.3. make 3 of annex 1 of the paragraph by the following: "3. the Liquid chemicals or chemical products, which are in accordance with the laws and regulations governing chemical and chemical product classification, labeling and packaging procedures classified as explosive, strong oxidizing, extremely flammable, highly flammable, flammable, very toxic, toxic, harmful, corrosive, irritant, sensitising, carcinogenic, mutagenic and reproductive toxic 1. It shall be prohibited to use: 1.1. ornamental objects designed for light or color effects, such as in decorative lamps and pelnutrauko; 1.2. the joke and trick subjects; 1.3. games for one or more participants, or any subject for that purpose (even the decorations). 2. Without prejudice to the limit laid down in paragraph 1, the conditions of use, liquid substances and products which pose the risk of aspiration and labelling chemicals exposure characterization is "R65 harmful: swallowing may cause lung damage" which can be used as fuel in decorative lamps, which are offered on the market 15 litres or less, the package must not contain dyes (except for fiscal purposes) and fragrances or both of these substances. On the packaging of substances and products which are intended for use in lamps, is labelled in accordance with the laws and regulations governing chemical and chemical product classification, labeling and packaging procedures and clearly legible and indelible lettering: "hold the lamps filled with this liquid out of the reach of children!". "

1.4. make 20 of annex 1 to the following:

"20. Arsenic Compounds 1. Prohibited use as substances or ingredients in products intended for use in: 1.1. protection against micro-organisms, plants or animals of the formation of deposits on the boat (vessel) hulls, cages, floats, nets and any other appliances and equipment used in fisheries or shellfish farming, as well as to any totally or partially submerged in water devices and equipment; 1.2. in addition, the protection of the wood so treated wood placed on the market is prohibited; UR1.3.tom era in exceptional cases, limit the condition referred to in point 1.2, the prohibition does not apply to the Ctip copper, chromium and arsenic (CCA) an organic solution to use in industrial installations using vacuum or pressure impregnation of wood. Wood so treated prohibited from the market until the protection feature is not fully documented (wood fibres gained). Wood so treated may be placed on the market only for professional or commercial use (provided that, subject to the security of people and livestock requirements will ensure the integrity of the structure of the wood and use it is impossible to come into contact with the skin), and used for the following purposes: 1.3.1. design of būvelement wood in public and agricultural buildings, office buildings and industrial plants; 1.3.2. tilto, bridge construction, and design of bridge pier būvelement (freshwater and brackish-water zones); 1.3.3. construction of noise barriers; 1.3.4. Handrails and protective barrier on the highway; 1.3.5. the pasturage of cattle fences (peeled spruce stakes); 1.3.6. appliances against earth slumps; 1.3.7. electricity transmission and telecommunications line posts; 1.3.8. underground railway sleepers. Each of the treated wood market is marking in accordance with the laws and regulations governing chemical and chemical product classification, labeling and packaging, and the words "Only for professional and industrial use! Arsenic content! ". In addition, each such processed timber packing is the label "working with these wood, use gloves! By sawing or otherwise treating the wood, use safety goggles and emergency escape mask against dust! Wood waste to manage as hazardous waste! ". In this way, treated wood shall be prohibited to use: (a) residential or household) buildings, regardless of their purpose, (b)) any use if possible and repeated frequently to the wood skin contact, c), (d) marine waters) in agriculture and construction, except for the restrictions and conditions 1.3.5. in paragraph 1.3.1. in those cases, any use, e) if treated wood may come into contact with intermediate or finished products intended for human consumption or animal feed. 2. it is prohibited to be used as element or substance intended for industrial waste water treatment, regardless of their further use. "

1.5. make 1.45 of the annex by the following: "1.45 azo dyes azo dyes, which result in a reduction of one or more of the azogrup may release one or more of the aromatic amines (annex 5, paragraph 1) 0.003% of the concentration over the mass of the finished product is prohibited for use in textile and leather articles that are in direct and prolonged contact with the skin or oral cavity, such as: 1. clothing, bedding , towels, šinjon, wigs, hats, sleeping bags, baby diapers and other hygiene items; 1.2. the shoes, gloves, watches straps, handbags, purses, wallets, briefcases, chair covers, neck wear, wallets; 1.3. the toys from textiles or leather, as well as toys with leather or textile clothing and ornaments; 1.4. the yarn and fabrics intended for consumer use. 2. it shall be prohibited to offer the market limit condition 1.1., 1.2., 1.3 and 1.4. referred to in textile and leather articles, if they do not comply with the conditions of the restrictions in paragraph 1. Until 1 January 2005 to this requirement may not apply textile material made of recycled fibres if the previous dyeing of fibres of the amine the residues (in accordance with paragraph 1 of annex 5 list) is less than 0.007% by weight. 3. Azodyes (annex 5, para 2) prohibited the placing on the market or use in textile and leather articles as a substance or dye ingredients in products in concentrations higher than 0.1% by mass. "

1.6. to supplement annex 1 with 46, 47 and 48 as follows: "46. Pentabromodiphenyl ether octabromodiphenyl ether of C12H5Br5 the C12H2Br8 beginning with the august 15, 2004, the following shall be prohibited: 1. the placing on the market and use of substances or products as ingredients in concentrations higher than 0.1% by mass. 2. fire-fighting equipment on the market if they, or flame retardant parts of it contain this substance in concentrations higher than 0.1% by mass.

47. Nonylphenol C6H4 (OH) C9H19 Nonilfenoletoksilāt (c2h4o) nc15h24o starting with 17 January 2005, has prohibited the placing on the market or used as a substance or product ingredients in concentrations equal to or greater than 0.1% by mass for the following purposes: 1. the production and office space for cleaning, with the exception of controlled closed dry cleaning systems where the disintegrated fluid reuse (recycling) or combustion as well as cleaning systems with special treatment where the liquid is recirkulēt disintegrated or burned. 2. for household Cleaning. 3. Textile and leather processing except process, after which the processing waters do not come to the effluent, as well as systems with special processing when processing used water before administration of biological treatment systems are refined, fully separated from the organic fraction (degreasing of sheepskin). 4. Emulgatoro, which is used in livestock cow udder bean iemērcēšan and cleaning. 5. Metal, except in controlled closed systems where the disintegrated liquid recirculation or combustion. 6. Pulp and paper manufacturing. 7. Cosmetic products. 8. Other personal hygiene products, except spermicīd. 9. As adjuvants in pesticides and biocidal.

48. Cement 1. Beginning with the 2005 January 17, you are prohibited from placing on the market and use of cement and cement-containing products if they contain soluble by hydrated chromium (VI) more than 0.0002% of total dry weight of the cement. 2. If reducing agents are used, each cement or cement-containing product packaging is labelled in accordance with the laws and regulations governing chemical and chemical product classification, labeling and packaging procedures and clearly legible and indelible information on packing date, storage conditions and the storage period, which remains a reducing agent activity, maintaining the soluble chromium (VI) content below the limit values indicated in point 1. 3. by way of derogation, the limit of the conditions in paragraphs 1 and 2, these restrictions do not apply to cement and cement-containing products the placing on the market and use of controlled closed and totally automated processes concluded, in which the work is carried out only with the equipment and there is no possibility of contact with the skin. "

1.7. Add to paragraph 3 of the annex 2 table behind the rows "lead arsenate 082-011-00-0 232-064-7784-40 2-9" with new lines by the following: "butane (containing ≥ 0.1% butadiene) (203-450-8), [1] 601-004-01-8 203-448-7 [1] 106-97-8 [1], S Isobutane (content ≥ 0.1% butadiene) (203-450-8), [2] 200-857-2 [2] 75-28-5 1.3-butadiene [2]; Buta-1.3-diene 601-01-00-X 203-450-8 106-99-0 D "1.8. make 2. paragraph 4 of the annex table row" propylene oxide; 1.2-epoksipropān; metiloksirān 603-055-00-4 200-879-2 75-56-9 "as follows:" propylene oxide; 1.2-epoksipropān; metiloksirān 603-055-00-4 200-879-2 75-56-9 E "1.9. supplement point 4 of the annex 2 table: 1.9.1." beryllium compounds, with the exception of aluminium beryllium silicates 004-002-00-2 "with a new line as follows:" beryllium oxide 004-003-00-8 209-133-1-56-9 E "1304 1.9.2. behind the lines" chromium (VI) compounds, with the exception of barium chromate and 1. substances listed in the annex is 024-017-00-8 "with new lines by the following:" sodium chromate 024-018-00-3 231-889-5 7775-11-3 (E) cobalt dichloride 027-004-00-5 231-595-7646-79-9 cobalt 4, sulphate 027-005-00-0 233-334-10124-43-3 2 "behind the lines" 1.9.3. cadmium oxide 048-002-00-0 215-146-1306-2 19-0 "with new line the following wording: "cadmium fluoride 048-006-00-222-232-7790 2 0-79-6" behind the lines "1.9.4. dibenzo [a, h] anthracene 601-041-00-2 200-181-8 53-70-3" with the new lines as follows: "a hrizēn 601-048-00-0 205-923-4 218-01-9 benzo [e] pyrene 601-049-00-6 205-892-7 192-97-2" behind the lines "1.9.5. brometilēn in 602-024-00-2 209-800-6-593-60-2" with a new line as follows: "trichloroethylene; trihloretēn in 602-027-00-9 201-167-4, 79-01-6 α-hlortoluol; benzilhlorīd in 602-037-00-3 202-853-6 100-44-7 E "behind the lines" 1.9.6.1.4-dichlorobut-2-a 602-073-00-X 212-121-8 764-41-0 "with a new line as follows:" 2.3-dibrompropanol-1; 2.3-dibromo-1-propanol 602-494-00-1-202-484-96-13-9 9 E 1.9.7. the line "propylene oxide; 1.2-epoksipropān; metiloksirān 603-055-00-4 200-879-2 75-56-9 E "with new lines by the following:" 2.2-bioksirān; l 2:3,4-diepoksibutān 603-060-00-1 215-985-1 1464-53-5


2.3-epoxypropan-1; glycidol is 603-063-00-8 209-128-3 556-52-5 fenilglicidilēter; 2.3-epoksipropilfenilēter; 1.2-epoks-3-phenoxypropan 603-067-00-X 204-557-2 122-60-1 (E). behind the lines 1.9.8 "styrene oxide; (epoksietil) benzene; feniloksirān 603-009-00-2 202-476-7 96-09-3 "with new lines by the following:" furan 603-105-00-5 203-727-3 110-00-9 (E) R-2.3-epoks-1-propanol 603-143-00-2-404-660-57044-25-4 4 E (R)-1-chloro-2.3-epoksipropān-603-00-8 166 424-280-2-55-9 "51594 1.9.9. behind the lines" 2-nitropropān in the 609-002-00-1 201-209-1 79-46-9 "with a new line as follows:" 2.4-dinitrotoluene [1]; dinitrotoluene (2); dinitrotoluene, technical grade (2) 609-007-00-9 204-450-0 [1] 246-836-1 [2] 121-14-2 [1] 25321-14-6 [2] "behind the lines" 1.9.10.2-nitroanizol in the 609-047-00-7 202-052-1 91-23-6 "with new lines by the following:" 2.6-dinitrotoluene 609-049-00-8-106-606-210-0 20-2.3-dinitrotoluene 2 609-050-00-3 210-013-5 602-01-7 E 3.4-dinitrotoluene 609-051-00-9 210-222-1 610-39-9 E 3.5-dinitrotoluene 609-009-00-4 210-566-618-85-9 2 E hidrazīntrinitrometān a 609-053-00-X 414-850-9-2.5-dinitrotoluene 609-055-00-0 210-581-619-4 15-8 E azobenzene 611-001-00-6 203-102-103-5, 33-3 "behind the lines" 3.3 1.9.11. '//1,1 '-biphenyl-4, 4′ arm (azo) bis amīnonaftalēn-1/4--disodium salt acids 611-027-00-8 209-358-4 573-58-0 "with the new lines as follows:" o-dianizidīn of azo dyes; 4, 4′-diarilaz-3,3 '-dimetoksibifenil dyes, except those approved by the Minister of the environment hazardous chemicals list 611-029-00-9--o-toluidine colours; 4, 4′-diarilaz-3,3 '-dimetilbifenil dyes, except those approved by the Minister of the environment hazardous chemicals list 611-030-00-4-1, 4, 5-Tetra-aminoantrahinon; C.i. disperse Blue 1 611-032-00-5-603-7 219 2475-45-8 6-hydroxy-1-(3-izopropoksipropil)-4-methyl-2-oxo-4-[4-(phenylazo) phenylazo]-1.2-dihydro-3-piridīnkarbonitril in 611-057-00-1 400-340-3 85136-74-9 (6-(4-hydroxy-3-(2-metoksifenilaz)-2-to-7-naftilamin sulphone)-5-triazine-2.4-2,4-diyl)-bis [(amino-1-metiletil)-ammonium] Formate 611-026-00-7 402-060-7 108225-03-of trisodium 2-[4-(4-acetilamin-3.6-disulfon-2-naftilaz)-4 '-(1-benzoilamin-3-to-2-naftilaz sulphone) biphenyl, 3 ', 3 ", 1-l '"-tetraol-O, o', O ' O ' "] copper (II) 611-063-00-4 413-590-3-fenilhidrazīn [1] fenilhidrazīn [2] fenilhidrazīn chloride hydrochloride [3] fenilhidrazīn sulphate (2:1) [4] 612-023-00-9 202-873-5 [1] 200-444-7 [2] 248-259-0 [3] 257-622-2 [ 4] 100-63-0 [1] 59-88-1 [2] 27140-08-5 [3] 52033-74-6 [4] E "behind the lines" the thioacetamide 1.9.12.616-026-00-6 200-541-4 62-55-5 "with a new line as follows:" a mixture of: N-[3-Hydroxy-2-(2-methoxy-metilakriloilamin) propoksimetil]-2-metilakrilamīd; N-[2,3-bis-(2-methoxy-metilakriloilamin) propoksimetil]-2-metilakrilamīd; metakrilamīd; 2-methyl-N-(2-methyl-akriloilaminometoks-methyl)-acrylamide; N-2.3-dihidroksipropoksimetil)-2-metilakrilamīd 616-057-00-5 412-790-8-"1.10. delete paragraph 4 of annex 2 to the table in the following lines:" butane [1] and Isobutane [2] (containing ≥ 0.1% butadiene (203-450-8)) 601-004-01-8 203-448-7 [1] 200-857-2 [2] 106-97-8 [1] 75-28-5 1.3-butadiene [2]; Buta-1.3-diene 601-013-00-X 203-450-8 106-99-0 "1.11. to supplement paragraph 5 of the annex 2 table: 1.11.1. behind the lines" potassium chromate 024-006-00-8 232-140-5 7789-00-6 "with new lines by the following:" sodium chromate 024-018-00-3 231-889-5 7775-11-3 (E) of cadmium fluoride 048-006-00-222-232-7790 2 0-79-6 cadmium chloride 048-008-00-3 233-296-7 10108-64-2 butane (containing ≥ 0.1% butadiene (203-450-8)) [1] Isobutane (containing ≥ 0.1% butadiene (203-450-8)) [2] 601-004-01-8 203-448-7 [1] 20-857-2 [2] 106-97-8 [1] 75-28-5 (2) (C) 1.3-butadiene, S; Buta-1.3-diene 601-013-00-X 203-450-8 106-99-0 D "1.11.2. line behind" ethylene oxide; oksirān 603-023-00-X 200-849-9 75-21-8 "with new lines by the following:" propilēnoksīd; 1.2-epoksipropān; metiloksirān 603-055-00-4 200-879-2 75-56-9 bioksirān 2,2 '-E; l 2:3,4-diepoksibutān 603-060-00-1 215-979-1464-1 53-5 "behind the lines" acrylamide 1.11.3.616-003-00-0 201-173-7 79-06-1 "with the new line as follows:" 1, 3, 5-TRIS [(2S and 2R)-2.3-epoksipropil]-5-triazine, 6-(1 h, 3 h, 5 h)-trion 616-091-00-0 423-400-0-74-6 E 59653 "1.12. Add to paragraph 6 of the annex 2 table behind the rows" 1.2-dibromo-3-hlorpropān in 602-021-00-6, 202-479-3 96-12-8 "with a new line as follows:" 2-bromopropane; a 602-044-00-5 200-855-1 75-26-3 E "1.13. supplement to annex 2 table 7. 1.13.1. behind the lines: "6-(2-chloroethyl)-6 (2-2), 7-10-when tetraoks 6-silaundekān; etacelasil 014-014-00-in X 253-704-7 37894-46-5 "with new lines by the following:" flusilazole (ISO); bis-(4-fluorfenil)-(methyl)-(1 h-, 4-triazole-1-ilmetil)-manufacturing Silanes for 014-017-00-6-85509-19-9 (E) a mixture of: 4-[[bis-(4-fluorfenil)-metilsilil] methyl]-4 h-, 4-triazole; 1-[[bis-(4-fluorfenil) metilsilil] methyl]-1 h-, 4-triazole 014-019-00-7 403-250-2-E "behind the lines" 1.13.2. nickel of 091 tetrakarbonil-001-00-1 236-669-2 13463-39-3 "with new lines by the following:" cadmium fluoride 048-006-00-222-232-7790 2 0-79-6 cadmium chloride 048-008-00-3 233-296-7 10108-64-2 "behind the lines" 1.13.3.2-etoksietanol; etilēnglikolmonoetilēter a 603-012-00-203-804-1 X 110-80-5 "with new lines by the following:" 2.3-epoxypropan-1; glycidol is 603-063-00-8 209-128-3 556-52-5-2 metoksipropanol 603-106-00-0-455-216 5 1589-47-5 bis-(2-methoxyethyl) ether 603-139-00-0 203-924-4 111-96-6 R-2.3-epoks-1-propanol 603-143-002 404-660-57044-25-4 4 E 4, 4′-izobutiletilidēndifenol; 2.2-bis (4 '-hydroxyphenyl)-4-methyl pentane 604-024-00-8 401-720-1 6807-17-6 "behind the lines" 1.13.4.2-ethylhexyl 3.5-bis (1,1-dimethylethyl)-4-hidroksifenilmetiltioacetāt of 607-203-00-9 279-452-8-97-9 "with the 80387 new rows as follows:" 2-metoksipropilacetāt of 607-251-00-0 274-724-2 70657-70-4 fluazifopbutil (ISO); Butyl (RS)-2-[4-(5-trifluormetil-2-piridiloks) phenoxy] propionate 607-304-00-8 272-125-6 69806-50-4 vinclozolin (ISO); N-3.5-dihlorfenil-5-methyl-5-vinyl-1.3-oxazolidine-2.4-Dione 607-307-00-4 256-599-50471-44-6 metoksietiķskāb-8 607-312-00-1 210-894-6 625-45-6 (E) bis (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate; di-(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate; DEHP 607-317-00-9 204-211-0 dibutyl phthalate 117-81-7; DBF 607-318-00-4 201-557-4 84-74-2 (+/-) tetrahidrofurfuril-(R)-2-[4-(5-hlorhinoksalīn-2-iloks) feniloks] propionate 607-373-00-4 414-200-4 119738-06-6 (E). behind the lines 1.13.5 "methyl-ONNA-azoksimetilacetāt; metilazoksimetilacetāt of 611-004-00-2 209-765-592-62 7-1 "with the new line as follows:" tridemorph (ISO); 2.6-dimethyl-4-tridecilmorfolīn 620-020-00-246-347-5 3 24602-86-6 "behind the lines 1.13.6." etilēntiourīnviel; imidazolidine-2-tion; 2-2-thiols in common-613-039-00-9 202-506-9 96-45-7 "with the new lines as follows:" 620 cycloheximide-140-00-8 200-636-0 66-81-9 flumioxazine (ISO); N-(6-fluorine-3.4-dihydro-3-oxo-4-prop-2--2 h-1.4-benzoksazīn inil-6-YL) ciklohek-1-1.2-dikarboksamīd-620-167-00-X-103361-09-7-(2R, 3R)-3-(2-chlorophenyl)-2-(4-fluorfenil)-[(lH-1, 2-1, 4-triazolil) methyl] oksirān 620-175-00-9 406-850-2-08-0 106325 "1.13.7. behind the lines:" N, N-dimethylformamide; dimethylformamide 616-001-00-X 200-679-5 68-12-2 "with a new line as follows:" N, N-dimethylacetamide 616-011-00-4 204-826-4 127-19-5 (E) formamide 616-052-00-8 200-842-0 75-12-7 N-metilacetamīd 616-053-00-3 201-182-6 79-16-3 N-metilformamīd 616-056-00-X 204-624-6 123-39-7 E "1.14. supplement to annex 3 5.8, 5.9, 5.10 and 5.11 of the subparagraph as follows:" 5.8. C – some organic substances may be placed on the market separately or as a mixture of isomers. List of dangerous chemical substances sometimes used in General names, such as "xylole". In this case the manufacturer or any other person who markets such a substance must state on the label whether the substance is a specific isomer (a)) or a mixture of isomers (b)). For example: a) 2.4-dimetilfenol; b) xylene (mixed isomers); 5.9. D – substances which are susceptible to spontaneous polymerisation or decomposition are generally placed on the market in a stabilised form. However, such substances are sometimes placed on the market in a non-stabilised form. In this case the manufacturer or any person who places such a substance on the market must state on the label the name of the substance followed by the name of "non-stabilised". For example: "methacrylic acid (non-stabilized)"; 5.10. E-substances which have specific effects on human health and that are classified as category 1 and 2 carcinogens, mutagens or reproductive toxic substances is attributable to them E-sign, if they are classified as very toxic (T +), toxic (T) or harmful (Xn). These substances before exposure R20, R21, R22 characteristics, R23, R24, R25, R26, R27, R28, R39, R68 (harmful), R48 and R65 and all this combined characteristics of the exposure to the article, the word "also". For example: R45-23 "carcinogen. Toxic by inhalation "also; 5.11. S-Cabinet of 12 March 2002, Regulation No 107 of the "chemical and chemical product classification, labelling and packaging procedures" established this chemical does not require labelling. "; 1.15. Annex 5 shall be expressed by the following: "5. the annex to Cabinet of Ministers of 25 April 2000, regulations No 158 aromatic amines and azo list of aromatic amines list 1 no p.k. CAS number index number EC number substances 1.92-67-1 612-072-00-6 202-177-1 biphenyl-4-ilamīn; ksenilamīn; 4-aminodifenil 2.92-87-5 612-042-00-2 202-199-1 benzidine 3.95-69 202-441-2-6 4-chloro-o-toluidine 4.91-59-8 612-022-00-3 202-080-4 2-naphthylamine

5.97-56-3 611-006-00-3 202-591-2-o-aminoazotoluol; 4-amino-2.3-dimetilazobenzol; 4-o-tolilaz-o-toluidine 6.99-55-8 202-765-8 5-Nitro-o-toluidine 7.106-47-8 612-137-00-9 203-401-0 4-chloroaniline 8.615-05-4 210-406-1 4-methoxy-m-Phenylenediamine 9.101-77-9 612-051-00-1-202-974-4, 4′-methylenedianiline; 4, 4′-diaminodiphenylmethane; 4:10.91-94-1 612-068-00-4-109-0 202 3.3 '-dihlorbenzidīn; 3,3 '-dihlordifenil-4, 4′-ylenediamine 11.119-90-4 612-036-00-X 204-355-3,3-4 dimetoksibenzidīn; o-12. dianizidīn 119-93-7 612-041-00-7 204-358-0 3,3 '-dimetilbenzidīn; 4, 4′-bi-o-toluidine 13.838-88-0 612-085-00-7 212-658-8 4, 4′-metilēnd-o-toluidine 14.120-71-8 204-419-1 6-methoxy-m-toluidine; p-cresidine 15.101-14-4 612-926-00-9 202-918-9 4, 4′-methylene-bis-(2-chloroaniline); 2, 2 '-Dichloro-4′-methylenedianiline 16.101-80-4, 202-974-4, 4′-oxydianiline 17 0.139-65-1 205-370-4, 4′-thiodianiline 9 18.95-53-4, 612-091-00-X 202-429-0 o-toluidine; 2-aminotoluol 19.95-80-7 612-099-00-3 202-453-1 4-methyl-m-Phenylenediamine 20.137-17-7 205-282-0 2,4,5-trimethylaniline 21.90-04-0 612-035-00-4 201-963-1 o-anisidine; 2-methoxyaniline 22.60-09-3 611-008-00-4 200-453-6 4-aminoazobenzene 2. list of Azodyes CAS number PO box no index number EC number substances not assigned 1 component: 1 CAS no 118685-33-9. C39H23ClCrN7O12 2N-2. component: C46H30CrN10020S 2.3 the 611-070-00 N-2 405-665-4 a mixture of: disodium (6-(4-anizidīn)-3-to-2-sulphone (3,5-DINITRO-2-oksīdfenilaz)-l-naphthol) (l-(4-chloro-2-oksīdfenilaz)-2-naphthol) chromate (l-); trisodium bis (6-(4-anizidīn)-3-to-2-sulphone (3,5-DINITRO-2-oksīdfenilaz)-1-naphthol) chromate (l-) "2. provisions applicable to 30 June 2004. 3. Rule 1.7, 1.8, 1.9, 1.10, 1.11, 1.12, 1.13 subparagraph and shall enter into force on 15 January 2005.
Prime Minister i. Emsis Health Minister r. Muciņš