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BE nach BlmschG-Genehmigung

German translation: Behördliche Entscheidung nach BImSchG-Genehmigung

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German term or phrase:BE nach BImSchG-Genehmigung
Selected answer:Behördliche Entscheidung nach BImSchG-Genehmigung
Entered by: Allison Wright (X)

20:12 Feb 17, 2011
German language (monolingual) [PRO]
Law/Patents - Business/Commerce (general) / standard operating procedures - QMS
German term or phrase: BE nach BlmschG-Genehmigung
I need help on trying to figure out what *BE* could mean. Berichterstellung?

I have seen http://www.proz.com/kudoz/german_to_english/other/77556-gene...

Context:
Documentation procedures for a chemical manufacturing company:

Das Inhaltsverzeichnis der qualitätsrelevanten Dokumente enthält mindestens folgende Informationen:
- Dokumententitel
- Ablagenummer (= Zeichnungsnummer)
- Zuordnung AKZ und *BE* nach BlmschG-Genehmigung
- Letzter Bearbeitungsstand
- Name des Genehmigenden

I am guessing that BlmschG approval involves the assignment of a code or approval number, or reference number of some sort, which in German is referred to as "BE".

Country: Germany, no dialect.
Target audience: Staff of large multinational chemicals company, ISO standards auditors

Any help would be much appreciated.
Allison Wright (X)
Portugal
Local time: 01:31
Behördliche Entscheidung
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Norbert Hohl
Australia
Local time: 10:01
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Behördliche Entscheidung


Explanation:
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Norbert Hohl
Australia
Local time: 10:01
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Native speaker of: German
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