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2021-09-17 Directions Directions for the Accreditation of Intelligent Building Label Evaluation Organizations
2021-09-15 Regulations Regulations Governing Customs Measures in Protecting the Rights and Interests of Trademark
2021-09-15 Drafts "Regulations of Civil Air Transport Enterprise" was amended on 5th, November, 2019. Article 13-1 is amended because of the regulations added by CAA who may announce the exemption of suspension or termination of air routes by the civil air transport enterprise in accordance with the degree of disasters. (Send your comments on or before 2021-09-22)
2021-09-15 Drafts "Regulations of Foreign Civil Air Transport Enterprise" was amended on 6th, June 2019. Due to adding regulations of applying mutatis mutandis to the amendment on Article 13-1 of "Regulations of Civil Air Transport Enterprise", Article 10 is amended. (Send your comments on or before 2021-09-22)
2021-09-03 Regulations Regulations Governing Subsidies for Injuries, Illnesses or Deaths due to Performing Control Measures against Category V Communicable Diseases
2021-08-24 Regulations Standards for the Inspection of Public Stock Paddy
2021-08-24 Drafts Considering that the current COVID-19 pandemic is still severe, the violation of international commercial port epidemic prevention measures may affect the safety of the port area. Therefore, the Maritime and Port Bureau has processed the amendment of "The Plan for Ship Quarantine Measures (Amendment 2.0)" to rule the shipping companies, who have the responsibility to manage and control the ship’s personnel during the berthing operation in the port area. Furthermore, persons on risky ships are prohibited to leave the ships, in accordance with the government's pandemic regulations. However, there is still a need to disembark before and after berthing and unberthing operations or emergencies. Except for the above situation, if persons disembark from the risky ship arbitrarily, it may be considered an act of obstructing port area safety. According to Subparagraph 3 of Paragraph 1 of Article 36 of "The Commercial Port Law" , the amendment on Paragraph 6 of "Behaviors Which May Prejudice the Port Safety Designated in Subparagraph 3 of Paragraph 1 of Article 36 of the Commercial Port Law" stipulates that failure to comply with port area's epidemic prevention operation regulations to manage and control the ship’s personnel and the crew disembarking from the risky ships arbitrarily during the epidemic prevention period are considered an act of obstructing port area safety. In addition, abandoned or laid-up ships because of a maritime casualty or seafarer -management dispute have increasingly become a problem in the commercial port area. To address this problem, the Maritime and Port Bureau amends Paragraph 7 of "Behaviors Which May Prejudice the Port Safety Designated in Subparagraph 3 of Paragraph 1 of Article 36 of the Commercial Port Law" as follows: if a ship owner does not maintain the effectiveness of P&I insurance which covers the expense in activities related to the removal of shipwreck, the damage associated with oil pollution and the costs of the seafarer’s repatriation, it may also be considered an act of obstructing port area safety. (Send your comments on or before 2021-09-01)
2021-08-20 Regulations Fee-charging Standards for Measuring Instruments
2021-08-18 Regulations Standards for Pesticide Residue Limits in Foods
2021-08-18 Directions Administrative Directions for the Accreditation of Green Building Material Label Evaluation Organizations