Related authorities an...
Related authorities and organisations
Other Swedish authorities who issue rules on pesticides
|The Swedish Work Environment Authority
Manages, among other things, licences and the knowledge requirements for using certain pesticides.
The Code of Statutes of the Swedish Work Environment Authority on pesticides (AFS 1998:6).
|The Swedish Board of Agriculture
The Swedish Board of Agriculture works with advisory services and training in the use of pesticides.
The regulations (SJVFS 2007:76) of the Swedish Board of Agriculture concerning knowledge requirements for the use of plant protection products.
The regulations (SJVFS 1999:94) of the Swedish Board of Agriculture concerning the requirement to record the use of pesticides that are particularly harmful for pollinating insects.
The regulations (SJVFS 2001:13) of the Swedish Board of Agriculture concerning packaging of treated seed.
The regulations and general guidelines (SJVFS 2006:18) of the Swedish Board of Agriculture concerning government grants, etc. for the functional testing of agricultural spraying equipment.
|National Food Administration
The National Food Administration carries out risk evaluations and assesses limiting values for pesticides in food.
The regulations (SLVFS 2001:30) of the National Food Administration concerning drinking water.
|Swedish Environmental Protection Agency
The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency is responsible for regulations concerning the spread of pesticides in the environment.
The regulations (1997:2) of the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency concerning the spread of chemical pesticides.
General guidelines 1997:3 on the Application of the Regulations of the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency concerning the spread of chemical pesticides.
General guidelines 2000:7 on the Granting of licences as specified by Section 14 of SNFS 1997:2 for the use of chemical pesticides within water protection areas.
|The Public Health Agency of Sweden
The Public Health Agency of Sweden manages, among other things, licences and knowledge requirements for using certain pesticides.
Regulations (FoHMFS 2014:11) of the Public Health Agency of Sweden on Licence to use certain pesticides (in Swedish).
|Links to other Swedish authorities