Landungsbrücken

Professional handling of toxins, permission

Section 11 of the Chemicals Prohibition Ordinance regulates the certificate of competence, which is necessary for people who bring certain dangerous substances into circulation. This is important for everyone who gives certain chemicals to buyers or...

Section 11 of the Chemicals Prohibition Ordinance regulates the certificate of competence, which is necessary for people who bring certain dangerous substances into circulation. This is important for everyone who gives certain chemicals to buyers or recipients. Submission is understood to mean both direct handover and dispatch. In addition to classic companies from the chemical industry, this also includes hardware stores, drug stores and companies for painting supplies. Please note: The expertise according to § 11 ChemVerbotsV (poison trade permit) can only be acquired personally and not, as is often assumed, issued to a company.

Important notes

Documents required

Proof of passing the proficiency test.

Please note

Before a certificate of competence (gift trade permit) can be issued, a certificate of competence must be passed. You will receive the date for the next test on request. More information is available from the Consumer Protection, Trade and Environment Department of the Altona District Office, Tel. +49 40 42811-6150, email: Verbraucherschutz@altona.hamburg.de


The expertise according to § 11 ChemVerbotsV (poison trade permit) can only be acquired personally and not, as is often assumed, issued to a company.

Procedure & Fees

Fees

limited expert knowledge test 75 EUR


Comprehensive competency test 100 EUR


Duplicate examination certificate 19 EUR


Permission according to § 6 ChemVerbotsV 55-170 EUR


Extension or amendment of the permit and imposition of conditions in accordance with Section 6 of the ChemVerbotsV 55-170 EUR


Withdrawal and revocation of the permit 110-320 EUR

Legal notes

Legal basis

Section 11 Ordinance on Prohibition of Chemicals


Fee schedule for the areas of occupational safety and plant and product safety (ArbSchGebO)

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