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  • Geochemist - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    the right to use the title PGeo which is considered by the Institute of Geologists of Ireland to be increasingly becoming a quality standard and contractual requirement for provision of geological services Further information If you are a geologist or geoscientist who is looking to provide services in Ireland and wish to become a member of the Institute of Geologists of Ireland please follow the links below About Us Membership

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/Browse-by-Sector/Environment/Geochemist.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Geologist - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    the right to use the title PGeo which is considered by the Institute of Geologists of Ireland to be increasingly becoming a quality standard and contractual requirement for provision of geological services Further information If you are a geologist or geoscientist who is looking to provide services in Ireland and wish to become a member of the Institute of Geologists of Ireland please follow the links below About Us Membership

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/Browse-by-Sector/Environment/Geologist.html (2016-02-11)
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  • The Radiological Protection Institute of Ireland - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    medicine dentistry veterinary and education can only do so under licence from the RPII Users must comply with certain criteria prior to authorisation Procedures for obtaining a licence from the Radiological Protection Institute of Ireland Applicants who are established in Ireland are required to fill out an application form and attach details of the additional information required These may range from certificates of training to comprehensive specialist assessments of the risk of the practice the justification for the practice as well as safety procedures For the more complex application one or a series of meetings is often necessary to complete the authorization process Other procedures formalities service providers have to comply with in order to exercise the service activities may include compliance with planning provisions compliance with other legislation such as SI No 478 of 2002 as amended and compliance with other agencies such as the Health Products Regulatory Authority Please find link to relevant additional competent authorities below Local Authorities Health Products Regulatory Authority Further information If you are a business established in Ireland looking to use sources of ionising radiation in the provision of a service you may obtain further information on the RPII s website in the

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/Browse-by-Sector/Environment/The-Radiological-Protection-Institute-of-Ireland.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Waste Management - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    the process involved may be found at the following link http www nwcpo ie Waste Disposal and Recovery Waste disposal and recovery activities in Ireland are required to hold an authorisation in accordance with the Waste Management Acts 1996 to 2012 A four tier system of authorisation has been established for the regulation of such activities at a facility A waste recovery or disposal activity at a facility is either an exempted activity no authorisation required or requires a Waste or IPPC licence or requires a Waste Facility Permit or requires a Waste Certificate of Registration Registration Certificate Depending on the authorisation required these activities are controlled either by the Environmental Protection Agency EPA or by Local Authorities within their own areas All non exempted Local Authority waste facility activities are regulated by the EPA Relevant legislation The principal legislative texts governing the form of authorisation required for waste facilities are Waste Management Licensing Regulations 2004 S I No 395 of 2004 as amended Waste Management Facility Permit Registration Regulations 2007 S I No 821 of 2007 as amended Waste stream specific regulation is articulated in Waste Management WEEE Regulations 2005 S I No 340 of 2005 as amended Waste

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/Browse-by-Sector/Environment/Waste-Management.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Aquaculture (Fish Farming) - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    Amendment Act 1997 it is required to have a licence to engage in aquaculture in Ireland The Aquaculture and Foreshore Management Division of the Department of Agriculture Fisheries and Food are responsible for the issuing of aquaculture licences They also administer companion foreshore licences required for coastal aquaculture operations The Aquaculture Licensing Section of the Aquaculture Foreshore Management Division co ordinates the administration of licences for Marine finfish e g salmon rainbow trout cod Land based finfish e g turbot perch salmon hatcheries Shellfish e g oysters mussels scallops clams abalone sea urchin Cultivation of aquatic plants e g seaweed Other procedures and formalities required to engage in aquaculture in Ireland involve land based aquaculture may require planning permission and a discharge permit from the local authority Applications for aquaculture licences may also be subject to environmental assessment if located close to Natura 2000 conservation sites Please find link to the local authorities website below Local authorities If you are looking to provide services in aquaculture in Ireland you may obtain more information in the Aquaculture Foreshore Management section of the Department of Agriculture Fisheries Food website at the following links below Aquaculture licensing Aquaculture licence forms and guidelines Contact

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/Browse-by-Sector/Fisheries/Aquaculture-Fish-Farming-.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Commercial Fishing/ Fish Dealer Licence - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    of Fishing for Salmon Order of the relevant year and also as per the River Shannon Tidal Waters Regulations 1935 A requirement of the application form is that a Peace Commissioner a Clergyman or a member of the Gardai Siochana witnesses the application The Salmon and Sea trout fishery operates under quota and licence holders are issued with tags to manage the quota on a single river basis Local Inland Fisheries Ireland staff facilitate this system of quota management A fee set annually applies for successful applicants Notices advising fishermen the application process and where to apply are placed in provincial papers in advance of the commercial fishing season each year Commercial eel fishing licences are not currently available as the eel fishery is closed to exploitation Procedures for applying for a fish dealers licence for salmon and sea trout eels molluscan shellfish First time application A certificate of fitness must be obtained from the District Court and attached to the completed application form which is available from the local Inland Fisheries Ireland office Renewals A completed application form with the appropriate fee should be forwarded to the local Inland Fisheries Ireland office by the specified closing date Further Information

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  • Barristers - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    authority listed below Competent Authority The Bar Council is designated as the Competent Authority for registered lawyers barristers from other member states of the European Union wishing to practise in Ireland as a barrister under their home professional title See Directive 98 5 EC the Establishment Directive Procedure required for qualifying to practice as a Barrister in Ireland A barrister from another member state of the European Union wishing to practise under his her home professional title must apply to the Bar Council Application is by way of an application form supported by the necessary documentation from the applicant s home Competent Authority The relevant documentation must be submitted by the applicant supported by documentation from the applicant s home Competent Authority Such documentation need not be authenticated by a Notary or similar person body A copy of the documentation would suffice Further information on the procedure for qualifying to practice as a Barrister in Ireland is available in the following link on the Bar Council s website Qualifying as a Barrister Contact details Please find the relevant contact details for the Bar Council in the link below Contact details Site Map Home About Us Services Directive FAQ Contact Disclaimer

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/Browse-by-Sector/Legal/Barristers.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Solicitors - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    solicitors profession Procedures required for qualifying to practice as a Solicitor in Ireland The Qualified Lawyers Transfer Test QLTT is a conversion Test which enables lawyers qualified in certain countries outside Ireland to qualify as solicitors in this jurisdiction There are two sittings of the Test each year usually Summer and Winter at the Law Society Before entering for the QLTT examination an applicant must first obtain a Certificate of Eligibility from the Law Society s Education Committee Further information can be obtained in the following link on the Law Society s website Certificate of Eligibility Unless the Society otherwise determines solicitors whose first place of qualification is England and Wales or Northern Ireland are not obliged to pass any subject in the QLTT However they need to complete a Certificate of Admission more information can be found in the following link on the Law Society s website Certificate of Admission Nationals of a Member State of the European Union who are qualified to practise as a lawyer in their home Member State may be able to register as a foreign qualified solicitor under the Establishment Directive 98 5 EC Find out more about the register of registered lawyers in

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/Browse-by-Sector/Legal/Solicitors.html (2016-02-11)
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