|Contributions||Council of the European Communities., Great Britain. Food Advisory Committee.|
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63(1) of Directive /83/EC: ‘ In the case of certain orphan medicinal products, the particulars listed in Article 54 may, on reasoned request, appear in only one of the official languages of the Community ’. Table 1. Overview of Article 63 of Directive /83/EC, as amended in Article Certain orphan products Product not to be. This Directive lays down some amendments to Council Directive 90//EEC on nutrition labelling for foodstuffs. In particular, it replaces the text in Annex I, which lays down the list of vitamins and minerals which may be declared and their recommended daily allowances (RDAs). Furthermore, it inserts new Annex II, which concerns the definition of the material constituting fibre and methods of. labelling requirement. It furthermore repeals Commission Directive /26/EC of 21 March establishing a list of food ingredients or substances provisionally excluded from Annex IIIa of Directive /13/EC (3). (2) Since changes in labelling rules affect industry, mainly small and medium-sized enterprises, which need an adap. Directive /47/EC was published in the Official Journal of 21 September and entered into force on the 20th day following this publication, i.e. on 11 October The transposition by the Member States was due by 21 December
There was agreement on the importance of implementing an amended directive as soon as possible. The draft for the amendment of Directive 90//EEC, agreed to by the Council of the EU Environmental Ministers at the end of June , addresses increased safety provisions, transparency of regulation, and streamlined notification procedures. The Labelling Directive (Directive /13/EC) and its later amendments is the only piece of EU legislation that specifically refers to allergenic foods. The Labelling Directive requires manufacturers to declare all ingredients present in pre-packaged foods sold in the EU with very few exceptions. This directive has been amended a number of. Amendment 1. Proposal for a directive. Recital 6. Text proposed by the Commission. Amendment (6) Pyrotechnic articles require appropriate measures to ensure the protection of consumers and the safety of the public. Pyrotechnic articles are covered by Directive /23/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 May on the placing on the market of pyrotechnic articles. Note: This Directive replaces Directive 90//EEC and its subsequent amendments (Directive 97/42/EC and Directive /38/EC).ObjectivesThis Directive covers the protection of workers from health and safety risks from exposure to carcinogens or mutagens at work. This Directive does not apply to workers exposed to radiation for cases covered by the Euratom tions.
IV Council Directive /58/EEC of 24 June on the minimum requirements for the provisions of safety and/or health signs at work V. Waste and End-of-Life Products V Council Directive 91//EC of 12 December on hazardous waste § Council Directive 75//EEC of 15 July on waste. Directive /3/EC of 11 March In it became apparent that the cut-off for the use of supplementary units could cause problems in US-EU trade. The EU Commission published a consultation document  and on the basis of responses received  proposed modifications of Directive 80//EEC which would continue the current. The consolidated version of the Regulation (EC) No / on the classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures (CLP Regulation) incorporates all of the amendments and corrigenda to the CLP Regulation until the date marked in the first page of the regulation. The consolidated version does not include recitals. Parties concerned are invited to comment on hazard classes open for consultation, which are indicated in the substance table below.. The indicated hazard classes were assessed and concluded by the dossier submitter in their proposal for harmonised classification and labelling (CLH) of the substance.