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3 Interpretation

3
Interpretation
(1)
In these regulations, unless the context otherwise requires,—
approved handler: Definition Revoked

History Note - Regulations of New Zealand

“approved handler”: this definition was revoked, as from 1 December 2017, by reg 4(2) Hazardous Substances (Health and Safety Reform Revocations) Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/233).

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approved handler means a person who holds a current test certificate certifying that the person has met the requirements of these regulations in relation to an approved handler for 1 or more hazard classifications or hazardous substances
average eyesight: Definition Revoked

History Note - Regulations of New Zealand

“average eyesight”: this definition was revoked, as from 1 December 2017, by reg 4(2) Hazardous Substances (Health and Safety Reform Revocations) Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/233).

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average eyesight has the same meaning as in regulation 3 of the Hazardous Substances (Identification) Regulations 2001
electro-explosive device: Definition Revoked

History Note - Regulations of New Zealand

“electro-explosive device”: this definition was revoked, as from 1 December 2017, by reg 4(2) Hazardous Substances (Health and Safety Reform Revocations) Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/233).

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electro-explosive device has the same meaning as in Part 3 of the Hazardous Substances (Classes 1 to 5 Controls) Regulations 2001
emergency response plan means an emergency response plan prescribed under the Hazardous Substances (Emergency Management) Regulations 2001
test certifier: Definition Revoked

History Note - Regulations of New Zealand

“test certifier”: this definition was revoked, as from 1 December 2017, by reg 4(2) Hazardous Substances (Health and Safety Reform Revocations) Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/233).

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test certifier means a person who has a current approval as such under section 84 of the Act
tracked substance: Definition Revoked

History Note - Regulations of New Zealand

“tracked substance”: this definition was revoked, as from 1 December 2017, by reg 4(2) Hazardous Substances (Health and Safety Reform Revocations) Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/233).

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tracked substance has the same meaning as in the Hazardous Substances (Tracking) Regulations 2001.

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