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  1. Saint Lucia - Protection against particular hazards - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Pesticide Control (Labelling of Pesticides) Regulations 1987. S.I. No. 70. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1987-12-24 | LCA-1987-R-4702

    Inter alia, require instructions for users and specific information on workers' re-entry into a field of treated crops.

  2. Saint Lucia - Protection against particular hazards - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Pesticides Control (Registration and Licensing) Regulations (S.I. No. 71 of 1987). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1987-12-24 | LCA-1987-R-88068

    These regulations provide for labelling of pesticides, registration and licensing, manufacturing, importation, advertising, use, purchasing, repacking, retailing, etc. of pesticides. manufacture, import, advertise, use, sale or exposing or offer for sale requires approval of the pesticide by the Pesticides Board and registration of the pesticide which shall be published in the Official Gazette (reg. 3). Powers of the Board as regards registration of pesticides are set out in regulation 8. Regulation 18 provides for transport of pesticides.
    (19 regulations completed by a Schedule containing forms: Application for approval of pesticide; Application for a licence to import/manufacture a pesticide; permit/licence to import/manufacture a pesticide; application for approval of premises to deal with pesticides; licence to use premises to deal with pesticides; purchase of a restricted pesticide)

  3. Saint Lucia - Protection against particular hazards - Law, Act

    Pesticides Control Act, 1975 (No. 7 of 1975). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1975-04-03 | LCA-1975-L-88070

    The Pesticides Control Board is established under section 3. The Board shall advise the Minister in making Regulations under this Act (sect. 3). Suitably qualified persons may be appointed by the Board (sect. 4). The powers of inspectors are described in section 6. The Minister is granted extensive powers of regulation with respect of matters listed in section 7. The remaining provisions concern authorisation of entry, offences and punishment, the taking of samples, and further regulation. (12 sections completed by one Schedule)

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