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Original name: Bekendtgørelse (Nr 910 af 2008) om genteknologi og arbejdsmiljø.
Name: Order (No. 910 of 2008) on genetic technology and work environment.
Country: Denmark
Subject(s): Protection in certain sectors of economic activity
Type of legislation: Regulation, Decree, Ordinance
Adopted on: 2008-09-11
Entry into force:
ISN: DNK-2008-R-84630
Link: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=84630&p_lang=en
Bibliography: Order online in Danish Order online in Danish Ministry of Employment, www.retsinformation.dk, Denmark, 30 pp. PDF PDF (consulted on 2010-09-14)
Abstract/Citation: Introduces the following 10 chapters concerning work with genetically modified organisms and laboratories, laboratory areas, scaling-up attempts, production, and the role of the Danish Working Environment Authority:

Chapter 1: Scope and content.
Chapter 2: Assessment of safety and health prior to starting work.
Chapter 3: Classification of laboratories, plants for production and scaling up.
Chapter 4: Notification and approval of research projects and other laboratory projects.
Chapter 5: Notification and approval of attempts to scale up and production.
Chapter 6: Substitution of donors with less dangerous alternatives.
Chapter 7: General provisions.
Chapter 8-10: Dispensations, complaints, penalties, entry into force and transitional provisions.

Contains five annexes on techniques for genetic modifications, classification of laboratories, evaluation of biological systems, notification and approval of projects.
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