The EU’s Standing Committee on Precursors (SCP) issued a guidance document that provides guidance to the authorities of EU MS and to retailers regarding the implementation of the requirements contained in the EU’s Regulation 98/2013. The SCP guidelines also offer advice on good practice to retailers.
Four partner countries developed retailer-oriented guidance materials for distribution across the EU MS through a project cofounded by the Prevention of and Fight against Crime program of the Directorate General for Migration and Home Affairs.
Additionally, a template leaflet and a template poster in various languages were developed to provide further practical guidance on how to identify suspicious transactions and on what steps to undertake in case of suspicion (see Figures F-1 and F-2).283
Lastly, the SCP developed a document for companies and individuals who sell reportable products via internet markets to members of the public. The document provides advice on marketplace sales of explosives precursors and poisons.
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