Dangerous Substances Act, 1972


36.—(1) The Minister may make regulations for the purposes of this Act.

(2) Without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing, regulations may provide for—

(a) the expiry and revocation of licences, or any class of licence, continued in force under section 8;

(b) the amendment and revocation of instruments continued in force under that section, other than bye-laws capable of being amended or revoked by any local or harbour authority, or railway or canal undertaking, in the exercise of its statutory powers;

(c) the regulation and control of licensed factories, magazines and stores and the rules to be observed in or about or in connection with any such premises;

(d) the prohibition or control of importation of any substance to which this Act applies;

(e) enforcing compliance with the terms of any standard specification for the time being in force, under the Industrial Research and Standards Act, 1961 , in relation to any substance to which this Act applies.