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  1. United Arab Emirates - Protection against particular hazards - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Administrative Order of the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Federal Authority For Land and Maritime Transport No. 73 of 2017. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2017-12-28 | Date of entry into force: 2017-12-28 | ARE-2017-R-107265

    Prohibits some Foreign Vessels from Transferring Oil and its Derivatives.

  2. United Arab Emirates - Protection against particular hazards - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Federal Decree No. 51 of 2014 Ratifying the Convention on Supplementary Compensation for Nuclear Damage. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2014-08-14 | Date of entry into force: 2014-08-14 | ARE-2014-R-98660

    The Convention on Supplementary Compensation for Nuclear Damage has been ratified, with reservation to the provisions of Paragraph 2 of Article 16 of this Convention in application of the provision of Paragraph 3 of the same Article of the Convention concerning referral of dispute resolution to arbitration or the International Court of Justice, where the State shall not be considered bound by it.

  3. United Arab Emirates - Protection against particular hazards - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Cabinet Resolution No. 26 of 2014 on National Regime of Ozone Depleting Substances. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2014-07-24 | Date of entry into force: 2014-07-25 | ARE-2014-R-98630

    All importers, exporter and re-exporters of any materials, equipments and products containing ozone depleting substances must register duly with the authorized authorities and obtain prior permission to import, export or re-export any of the materials prescribed by the law.

    The Resolution encloses an appendix prescribing the materials, equipments and products subject to control pursuant to the resolution. Additionally, the second appendix constitutes a table for substances subject to proper disposal which includes 11 Hydro, Chloral, Flora, Carbonate substances. The products prescribed by the resolution include vehicles air-conditioning, refrigerators, air conditioners, freezers, dehumidifier, water coolers, ice makers and aerosol products.

    The Cabinet Resolution also prescribed the authorities and powers delegated to the Ministry of Environment and Water to enforce any procedures or actions to protect the ozone layer.

  4. United Arab Emirates - Protection against particular hazards - International agreement

    Federal Decree No. 91 of 2013 on the Corporation Agreement between the Government of the United Arab of Emirates and the Government of Russia concerning the Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2013-09-30 | ARE-2013-R-95896

    The Government of United Arab of Emirates and The Government of Russia ratified Corporation Agreement concerning the Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy, signed in Abu Dhabi on 17/12/2012.

  5. United Arab Emirates - Protection against particular hazards - International agreement

    Federal Decree No. 23 of 2013 on the Corporation Agreement between the Government of the United Arab of Emirates and the Government of Canada concerning the Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2013-03-31 | ARE-2013-R-95894

    The Government of United Arab of Emirates and The Government of Canada ratified Corporation Agreement concerning the Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy, signed in Ottawa on 18/09/2012.

  6. United Arab Emirates - Protection against particular hazards - Law, Act

    Federal Law by Decree No. 4 of 2012 Concerning Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage. - Legislation online in Arabic Legislation online in English

    Adoption: 2012-08-13 | Date of entry into force: 2012-08-13 | ARE-2012-L-92437

    Article 1. Definitions
    Article 2. Objectives of Law
    Article 3. Scope of Application
    Article 4. Liability for Nuclear Damage
    Article 5. Damage Compensation
    Article 6. Recognizing the carrier or manipulator as an operator of a Nuclear Installation situated in the territory of the State
    Article 7. Relieve the Operator wholly or partly from the Obligation to pay compensation
    Article 8. Financial Security and Insurance
    Article 9. Insurance Certificate or Financial Security
    Article 10. Actions for Compensation
    Article 11. Operator Right to Recourse
    Article 12. Jurisdiction
    Article 13. Competent Authority
    Article 14. General Provisions
    Article 15. Publication in the Official Gazette

  7. United Arab Emirates - Protection against particular hazards - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Federal Decree No. 32 of 2012 Ratifying the Protocol to Amend the Vienna Convention on Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage of 1997. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2012-04-08 | ARE-2012-R-92440

    The United Arab Emirates ratified the Protocol to Amend the Vienna Convention on Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage of 1997. The United Arab Emirates does not consider itself bound by Article 20(A) paragraph 2, to refer any dispute to Arbitration or to the International Court of Justice.

  8. United Arab Emirates - Protection against particular hazards - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Federal Decree No. 33 of 2012 Ratifying the Joint Protocol Relating to the Application of the Vienna Convention and the Paris Convention, 1988. - Legislation on-line in Arabic

    Adoption: 2012-04-08 | ARE-2012-R-92441

    The United Arab Emirates ratified the Joint Protocol Relating to the Application of the Vienna Convention and the Paris Convention, 1988.

  9. United Arab Emirates - Protection against particular hazards - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Resolution No. 6 of 2010 of the Board of Management of the Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation,issuing the Regulation for Radiation Exposure Limits and Optimization of Radiation Protection for Nuclear Facilities. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2010-09-15 | Date of entry into force: 2010-10 | ARE-2010-R-89493

    Article 1: Applies the provisions of the attached regulation concerning "Regulation for Radiation Dose Limits and Optimization of Radiation Protection for Nuclear Facilities"
    Article 2: This Resolution enters into force once it has been published in the official Gazette.

    The attached regulation Articles:
    Article 1: Definitions
    Article 2: Scope
    Article 3: Exposure Limits for Occupational Exposure
    Article 4: Exposure Limits for Members of the Public
    Article 5: Optimisation of Protection for Workers
    Article 6: Optimisation of Protection for the Public

  10. United Arab Emirates - Protection against particular hazards - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Resolution No. 235 of 2004 amending Resolution No. 257 of 2003 on pesticides. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2004-06-22 | ARE-2004-R-97680

    This Resolution is composed of 19 articles. Article 1 deals with terms and definitions. Article 2 provides for the establishment of the Pesticides Committee, which shall have the following competences: examine and evaluate the applications for pesticide registration; list expired pesticides for finding suitable solutions; encourage the use of alternative chemical pesticides; and, propose education and information programmes related to the correct and secure use of pesticides. Article 3 lists pesticides prohibited from registration and importation. Article 4 defines procedures for the registration of pesticides. Articles 6 and 7 deal with the revocation of registration and re-registration of pesticides. Article 8 provides for licences necessary for the importation of pesticides. Articles 10 and 11 define requirements, conditions and data for pesticides as well as the information to be included in pesticides' labels. Articles 13-15 deal with the sampling and analysis of pesticides. Article 16 deals with the control and inspection on pesticides. Article 17 prohibits the issuance of any technical bulletin or advertising any pesticides before the approval of the concerned Authority. Article 18 gives six months to regulate activities related to pesticides according to the Federal Law No. 41 of 1992.

  11. United Arab Emirates - Protection against particular hazards - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Resolution No. 257 of 2003 amending Resolution No. 97 of 1993 issuing the Implementing Regulation of the Federal Law No. 41 of 1992 on pesticides. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2003-07-16 | ARE-2003-R-97681

    This Resolution is composed of 21 articles. Article 1 deals with terms and definitions. Article 2 provides for the establishment of the Pesticides Committee. Article 3 entrusts the Committee to: examine and evaluate applications for the registration of pesticides; list the expired pesticides for finding a suitable solution; encourage the use of alternative chemical pesticides; and propose education and information programmes related to the correct and secure use of pesticides. Article 4 prohibits the importation, exportation and circulation of pesticides before its registration at the Ministry of Agriculture and Fish Resources. Article 4 lists steps to be taken for pesticides registration. Articles 6 and 7 deal with the revocation of pesticide's registration and pesticide's re-registration. Article 8 lists the prohibited pesticides. Article 10 pertains to licences. Article 12 defines requirements, conditions and data for pesticides. Articles 15 to 18 deal with the sampling and analysis of pesticides. Article 19 contains provisions on the control and inspection of pesticides. Article 20 gives 6 months to regulate the aforementioned activities according to the Federal Law No. 41 of 1992.

  12. United Arab Emirates - Protection against particular hazards - Law, Act

    Federal Law No. 1 of 2002 on use, monitoring and protection from radioactive material. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2002-01-06 | Date of entry into force: 2002-01-06 | ARE-2002-L-64697

    Covers radiation exposure, occupational exposure, medical exposure, public exposure, exposure venues, sources of ionizing radiation, radiation accidents, radiation waste, and radiation workers. Establishes a Radiation Protection Commission whose task is to regulate the use of radiation material. The Commission includes a representative of the Ministry of Labour.

  13. United Arab Emirates - Protection against particular hazards - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ministerial Resolution No. 97 of 1993 issuing the Implementing Regulation of Federal Law No. 41 of 1992 on agricultural pesticides. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1993-06-15 | ARE-1993-R-97683

    This Resolution is composed of 26 articles. Article 1 gives terms and definitions. Requirements, conditions, analysis, sampling, and documents necessary for the registration of pesticides are contained in articles 3-6. Article 7 deals with the cancellation or revocation of registration of pesticides. The list of registered pesticides shall be revised every 5 years (art. 8). Article 9 prohibits the import of pesticides listed in Annex 1. The importation of pesticides listed in Annex 2 shall need a special authorization issued by the Ministry of Agriculture and Fish Resources (art. 10). Articles 11-14 define measures and documents necessary for the trade, importation and processing of pesticides. Requirements, conditions and data for pesticides are given in article 15. Article 16 illustrates the data and information which pesticides' labels shall contain. Article 17 indicates the requirements for, and description of liquid and dry pesticide packages and weight. Articles 18-24 deal with liquid and dry sampling measures and methods. All persons residing in the UAE owning an activity related to Federal Law No. 41 of 1992 shall settle their position within 6 months from the date of entry into force of the Law (art. 25).

  14. United Arab Emirates - Protection against particular hazards - Law, Act

    Federal Law No. 41 of 1992 on Agricultural Pesticides. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1992-09-28 | ARE-1992-L-97682

    This Law is composed of 12 articles. Article 1 contains definitions and terms. This Law shall apply to all pesticides, active substances of pesticides, added substances as well as to commercial equipment with the exception of the pesticides imported for universities (art. 2). The importation, exportation, preparation and circulation of pesticides which are not registered at the Ministry of Agriculture and Fish Resources approved by the Agricultural Pesticides Committee shall be prohibited (art. 3). Article 4 provides for the establishment of the Agricultural Pesticides Committee at the Ministry of Agriculture and Fish Resources. The Minister of Agriculture and Fish Resources shall issue the resolution necessary for the implementation of this Law (art. 6). All persons residing in the UAE having an activity related to Federal Law No. 41 of 1992 shall settle their position within 6 months from the date of entry into force of this Law (art. 7). The employees assigned and responsible for the implementation of this Law have the competence to act as bailiffs and officers (art. 8). Article 9 deals with offences and penalties. The Council of Ministries shall issue a resolution for defining the taxes and royalties for the activities of this Law (art. 10).

  15. United Arab Emirates - Protection against particular hazards - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ministerial Order No. 32 of 1982 on determining prevention means and measures to protect workers from work hazards. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1982 | ARE-1982-R-68113

    Provides that the employer is responsible for that protection.


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