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2008-06-13BWA-2008-R-91532
Botswana
Protection against particular hazards
 
Radiation Protection Regulations (Chapter 24:03).
Legislation on-line, FAOLEX (Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations) (PDF) (consulted on 2012-11-16)

These Regulations implement and carry into effect provisions of the Radiation Protection Act in relation with, among other things, safety precautions and requirements, inspection, protection from public exposure, management of radioactive waste, classification of radioactive waste, transport of radioactive materials and emergency interventions.

Basic text(s):
2006 (BWA-2006-L-76157)
Radiation Protection Act, 2006 - Act No. 22 of 2006.



2006BWA-2006-L-76157
Botswana
Protection against particular hazards
 
Radiation Protection Act, 2006 - Act No. 22 of 2006.
Government Gazette, 2006-09-15, Vol. XLIV, No. 69
Legislation on-line, FAOLEX (Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations) (PDF) (consulted on 2012-11-16)

An Act to provide for the safe use of atomic energy and nuclear technology and for matters incidental thereto.

Implementing text(s):
2008-06-13 (BWA-2008-R-91532)
Radiation Protection Regulations (Chapter 24:03).



2003-08-08BWA-2003-R-91534
Botswana
Protection against particular hazards
 
Agrochemicals Regulations (Chapter 35:09).
Legislation on-line, FAOLEX (Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations) (PDF of Act as consolidated to 31 December 2008) (consulted on 2012-11-16)

These Regulations implement provisions of the Agrochemicals Act with respect to registration, labelling, storage and other handling of agrochemicals as defined by the Act and record keeping by a licensee. An application to register an agrochemical shall be made to the Registrar in Form 1 set out in the First Schedule to these Regulations and shall further be accompanied by data and samples as specified by these Regulations. The Registrar shall, where he or she is satisfied that an application meets the requirements of registration, register the agrochemical and issue a registration certificate, as set out in the Second Schedule. The classification of an agrochemical on a label regarding toxicity shall be in accordance with the Fourth Schedule and the codes to be used for an agrochemical formulation on a label shall be as set out in the Fifth Schedule. A licensee shall ensure that an agrochemical distributed by him or her is approved, marked, packed and labelled in accordance with the provisions of these Regulations. The Regulations contain a provision relative to the disposal of agrochemicals.

Basic text(s):
1999 (BWA-1999-L-91533)
Agrochemicals Act (Chapter 35:09).



1999BWA-1999-L-91533
Botswana
Protection against particular hazards
 
Agrochemicals Act (Chapter 35:09).
Legislation on-line, FAOLEX (Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations) (PDF of Act as consolidated to 31 December 2008) (consulted on 2012-11-16)

An Act to provide for the registration and licensing of agrochemicals; to control or regulate their importation, manufacture, distribution, use and disposal, so as to prevent pollution to the environment or harm to human, plant or animal life, and to provide for matters incidental and connected to the foregoing.

Implementing text(s):
2003-08-08 (BWA-2003-R-91534)
Agrochemicals Regulations (Chapter 35:09).



1974-04-11BWA-1974-R-71646
Botswana
Protection against particular hazards
 
Factories (Volatile Paint) Regulations, 1974. No. 55.
Government Gazette, 1974-04-11, Supplement C, pp. C263-C268

Basic text(s):
1973-12-13 (BWA-1973-L-15506)
Factories Act 1973. No. 31.



1974-04-11BWA-1974-R-71648
Botswana
Protection against particular hazards
 
Factories (Extension of Application of Provisions) (Hoists and Lifts Order, 1974. No. 57.
Government Gazette, 1974-04-11, Supplement C, pp. C270-C274

Basic text(s):
1973-12-13 (BWA-1973-L-15506)
Factories Act 1973. No. 31.



1974-04-11BWA-1974-R-71642
Botswana
Protection against particular hazards
 
Factories (Metal Roofs and Walls) Regulations, 1974. No. 53.
Government Gazette, 1974-04-11, Supplement C, pp. C261-C262

Basic text(s):
1973-12-13 (BWA-1973-L-15506)
Factories Act 1973. No. 31.



1974-03-06BWA-1974-R-71635
Botswana
Protection against particular hazards
 
Factories (Preparation of Steam Boilers) Regulations, 1974. No. 43.
Government Gazette, 1974-04-11, Supplement C, p. C211

Basic text(s):
1973-12-13 (BWA-1973-L-15506)
Factories Act 1973. No. 31.



1971-05-14BWA-1971-L-91535
Botswana
Protection against particular hazards
 
Atmospheric Pollution (Prevention) Act (Chapter 65:03).
Legislation on-line, FAOLEX (Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations) (PDF of Act as consolidated to 31 December 2008) (consulted on 2012-11-16)

The Act consists of 17 sections divided into 4 Parts: Preliminary (I); Administration (II); Control within Controlled Areas (III); General (IV).
Areas may be declared to be controlled areas by the Minister under section 7. No person shall within a controlled Area vary on any industrial process causing or involving the emission into the atmosphere of objectionable matters as defined in section 2, without a valid registration certificate, or erect any building or plant intended for industrial processes without receiving from the Air Pollution Control Officer, appointed under section 3, the authority to do so. An application for a registration certificate shall be lodged with the Air Pollution Control Officer in accordance with section 9. Section 10 sets out the condition of registration certificates. There is established an Atmospheric Pollution Appeals Board which shall hear appeals from decisions of the Air Pollution Control Officer (sect. 11). Powers of the Air Pollution Control Officer and inspectors are set out in sections 4 and 11.




  
 

  
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