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British firework code - BS7114(flower mark) the requirement to label

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Citation, commencement And Extent
1. - (1) These Regulations May Be Cited As The Fireworks Regulations 2004 And, except For Regulations 9 And 11, shall Come Into Force On 7th August 2004.

(2) Regulations 9 And 11 Shall Come Into Force On 1st January 2005.

(3) These Regulations Shall Not Extend To Northern Ireland.

(4) Regulation 7 Of These Regulations Shall Not Extend To Scotland.

Revocation Of The Fireworks Regulations 2003
2. The Fireworks Regulations 2003[3] Are Revoked.

Interpretation
3.

In These Regulations - "adult Firework" Means -

(A) Any Firework Which Does Not Comply With The Relevant Requirements Of Part 2 Of BS 7114 When Tested In Accordance With The Appropriate Test Method (if Any) In Part 3 Of BS 7114; Or

(B) Any Firework (except For A Cap, cracker Snap, novelty Match, party Popper, serpent, sparkler Or Throwdown) Which Does Comply With Those Requirements;

"Amorce" Means A Firework Which Is A Percussion Cap Designed For Use In Toys, which Comprises A Paper Envelope Containing A Dot Of Impact-sensitive Pyrotechnic Composition And Which Forms Part Of A Roll;

"Assembly" Means An Assembly Which Includes Any Firework;

"BS 7114" Means The British Standard Specification Comprising The Following Parts -

(A) BS 7114: Part 1: 1988, the British Standard Specification For Classification Of Fireworks Published On 30th November 1988[4] ;

(B) BS 7114: Part 2: 1988, the British Standard Specification For Fireworks Published On 30th November 1988[5] ; And

(C) BS 7114: Part 3: 1988, the British Standard Specification For Methods Of Test For Fireworks Published On 30th November 1988[6] ;

And References To Parts 1, 2 And 3 Of BS 7114 Shall Be Construed Accordingly;

"BS EN 61672" Means The British Standard Specification Comprising The Following Parts -

(A) BS EN 61672-1:2003, "Electroacoustics. Sound Level Meters. Specifications" , published On 25th March 2003[7] ; And

(B) BS EN 61672-2:2003, "Electroacoustics. Sound Level Meters. Pattern Evaluation Tests" , published On 11th July 2003[8] ;

"Cap" Means A Firework (including An Amorce) Designed For Use In Toys Which Comprises A Non-metallic Envelope Or Cup Containing A Dot Of Impact-sensitive Pyrotechnic Composition, and Which Produces A Report When It Is Hit;

"Category 3 Firework" Means A Firework Classified As Category 3 Under Part 1 Of BS 7114;

"Category 4 Firework" Means A Firework Classified As Category 4 Under Part 1 Of BS 7114;

"Cracker Snap" Means A Firework -

(A) Which Comprises Two Overlapping Strips Of Card Or Paper With A Friction-sensitive Explosive Composition In Sliding Contact With An Abrasive Surface; And
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