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IMPORT & EXPORT PERMITS PROCESSES JR MOKONOTO CLINICAL FORENSIC MEDICINE NATIONAL DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Thursday, January 15, 2015.

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1 IMPORT & EXPORT PERMITS PROCESSES JR MOKONOTO CLINICAL FORENSIC MEDICINE NATIONAL DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Thursday, January 15, 2015

2 PRESENTATION COVERS Overview on permits Organizational line management structure Guidelines on the correct procedures Guidelines on follow-up process Guidelines on issuing process Guidelines on who to contact NDOH office hours Frequently ask questions & answers Permits delays Literature & / or information Thursday, January 15, 2015

3 Overviews of import &Export Permits How it came about ? ◦ Informed by the Human Tissue Act no 65 of 1983 When it came about ? ◦ 1983 Why it came about ? ◦ To control & Manage Health Ports of entry Who does it apply to? ◦ All authorised individuals / Institutions in SA Thursday, January 15, 2015

4 Organizational line Structure DIRECTOR GENERAL MS P. MATSOSO CLUSTER MANAGER Ms P Netshidhizhani Acting Director Mr JR Mokonoto / Admin Officer Mr Tebogo Setsetse DDG Dr Yogan Pillay Thursday, January 15, 2015

5 Guidelines to correct method of permit application Access the correct application form on the website (www.gov.za; Departments; Health; Documents; Forms; Permit applications)www.gov.za Fill the form with correct information : ◦ Applicant details with physical address;Tel & Fax numbers ◦ Product to be imported /Exported ◦ Period required for Importing /Exporting ◦ Details of who & where the product is exported to or Imported from. ◦ Reasons for importing /exporting Thursday, January 15, 2015

6 Guideline on follow-up process Phone Mr Tebogo Setsetse at with the following information: ◦ Name of the applicant ◦ Type of permit applied for ◦ Date of application OR Mr JR Mokonoto at Tel : or cell or OR Ms Pakiso Netshidzivhani at Thursday, January 15, 2015

7 Guideline to permit issue process Application is received by Mr Setsetse Permit is process by Mr Setsetse Permit is submitted to Mr JR Mokonoto for checking and verification Permit is submitted to CM for signature Signed permits are Faxed to clients Copies are made for filing Original are posted to the clients Thursday, January 15, 2015

8 Guidelines as to whom to contact Technical enquiries ◦ Mr JR Mokonoto Administrative enquiries ◦ Mr Tebogo Setsetse ◦ Mr JR Mokonoto Complaints ◦ Mr JR Mokonoto (Acting Dir) ◦ Ms P Netshidhivhani (CM) ◦ Dr Yogan Pillay (DDG) ◦ Ms P Matsoso (DG) Thursday, January 15, 2015

9 Department of Health operating hours Mondays - Friday (08hrs00 – 16hrs00) Weekends and Holidays (Closed) Emergency enquiries contact : ◦ Mr JR Mokonoto :24/7 Thursday, January 15, 2015

10 Frequently asked questions How long does the permit take to be processed and finalise ? + 7 Working days What causes the delay in the process ? Incorrectly completed forms Incomplete application forms Backlog of application Delay in signing of the permits ◦ Currently we have only one fax line Non existence of the correct unit to deal with permits applications in the Department Laboratory services VS Clinical Forensic Medicine Thursday, January 15, 2015

11 Export Permits delays What are the contingency plans? ◦ Mr JR Mokonoto do the processing during the heavy backlogs Delay in the signing ◦ Out of my control / bounds ◦ Enquiries can be referred to DDG. Future departmental plans ◦ Re-establishment of the unit that will process with permits Thursday, January 15, 2015

12 TISSUE Human tissue includes ◦ Skin ◦ Bone ◦ Gland ◦ Organs ◦ Body fluids ◦ Implanted medical or other assistive device

13 TISSUE EXCLUDES Bone Marrow Blood and Blood products Gametes

14 LEGISLATION Human Tissue Act No 65 of 1983 National Health Act No. 61 of 2003: National Health Act, Regulations regarding control of human bodies, tissue, blood, blood products and gametes (Draft published) Regulations regarding Tissue Banks (Draft published)

15 Human Tissue Act No 65 of 1983 Bodies and Tissue of deceased persons Tissue, Blood and Gametes of living persons and Blood products Authorized Institutions, import and export of tissue and of blood, blood products and gametes and related matters Appointment and function of Inspectors of Anatomy General and supplementary provisions

16 National Health Act No. 61 of CHAPTER 8 ◦ Control of the tissue and organs in Humans  National Blood Transfusion Service  Designation of Authorized Institutions  Consent for the removal of tissue, blood or organ from living persons  Purposes for which blood or gametes of living persons may be used  Prohibition of the transplant of gonads  Requirements with regards to tissue transplants  Control of removal and use of tissue or blood

17 National Health Act No. 61 of 2003 Cont... Control of the tissue and organs in Humans ◦ Purpose of donation ◦ Revocation of donation ◦ Post-mortem examination of bodies ◦ Removal of tissue at post mortem examination and obtaining of tissue by institutions and persons ◦ Regulations relating to Tissue, organs and Gametes

18 BANKS Tissue Banks Sperm Banks Eye / Cornea Banks Stem Cell Banks Blood Banks

19 THANK YOU KE YA LEBOGA SIYA BONGA BAIE DANKIE


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