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European Union (Marine Equipment) Regulations 2017 (S.I. No. 177 of 2017).

Pays/Territoire
Irlande
Type du document
Règlement
Date
2017
Source
FAO, FAOLEX
Sujet
Environnement gén., Pêche, Mer
Mot clé
Pollution de la mer Navire de pêche Équipement Inspection Infractions/sanctions
Aire géographique
Îles de l'océan Atlantique, Europe, EUROPE ET ASIE CENTRALE, Pays de l'union européenne, Atlantique nord, Atlantique du nord-est, Europe du nord
Résumé

The Regulations outline the obligations of the manufacturers, importers, authorised representatives and distributors when making certain marine equipment available on the market or when placing such equipment on an Irish ship. They also prohibit the placing of any such marine equipment on the market or on board an Irish ship unless it satisfies the essential safety requirements, has been subject to the relevant conformity assessment procedures, has had the ‘wheel mark’ affixed to it and, when used for its intended purpose, does not endanger maritime safety, health or the environment. The Regulations also make provision for the notification of conformity assessment bodies and that such bodies must meet the requirements as set out in Annex III of Directive 2014/90/EU.

Texte intégral
Anglais
Site web
www.irishstatutebook.ie

Références - Législation

Implemente

Commission Directive 2014/93/EU amending Council Directive 96/98/EC on marine equipment.

Législation | 2014

Mot clé: Pollution de la mer, Lutte contre la pollution

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Abroge

European Union (Marine Equipment) Regulations 2014 (S.I. No. 540 of 2014).

Législation | Irlande | 2014

Mot clé: Pollution de la mer, Navire de pêche, Équipement, Inspection, Infractions/sanctions

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Amendé par

European Union (Marine Equipment) (Amendment) Regulations 2018 (S.I. No. 312 of 2018).

Législation | Irlande | 2018

Mot clé: Pollution de la mer, Navire de pêche, Équipement, Inspection, Infractions/sanctions

Source: FAO, FAOLEX