Rubber Industry Act
(Chapter 280, Section 26)
Rubber Industry Regulations
Rg 1
G.N. No. S 241/1992

(27th May 1992)
[27th May 1992]
1.  These Regulations may be cited as the Rubber Industry Regulations.
2.  In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires —
“Certification Mark” means the Certification Mark prescribed by the Board for Specified Singapore Rubber;
“inspector” means an officer authorised by the Board in writing for other purposes of section 10 of the Act;
“licence” means —
(a)a licence to pack rubber for export;
(b)a licence to ship rubber for export;
(c)a licence to manufacture or otherwise produce technically specified rubber; or
(d)a licence to deal with, store or treat rubber;
“licensee” means the holder of a licence;
“mark” includes any device, brand, heading label, ticket, pictorial representation, name, signature, word, letter or numeral or any combination thereof;
“standard” means a specification or description of a product as far as practicable by reference to its nature, quality, strength, purity, composition, quantity, dimensions, weight, grade, durability, origin, age, material, safety requirement, mode of manufacture or other characteristics or any combination thereof;
“Specified Singapore Rubber” means natural rubber meeting the SSR specifications;
“SSR specifications” means the technical specifications contained in “Specified Singapore Rubber Specifications” issued by the Board.