Fireworks and Pyrotechnics Articles (Scotland) Bill: fairer Scotland duty assessment

A Fairer Scotland Duty Assessment (FSDA for the Fireworks and Pyrotechnic Articles (Scotland) Bill.

Stage 4 - Decision

This decision stage allows Deputy Directors (or above) to consider the assessment process from Stages 2 and 3, agree any changes to the policy, proposal or decision and confirm that due regard to meeting the Fairer Scotland Duty has been given in this case.

Key questions to discuss at this summary stage are:

12. What changes, if any, will be made to the proposal as a result of the assessment? Why are these changes being made and what are the expected outcomes?

No changes are proposed at this stage.

13. If no changes are proposed, please explain why.

The policy has been developed to reduce the harm caused by fireworks in all communities across Scotland, and to promote the safe and considerate use of fireworks. This includes areas of socio-economic disadvantage.

Once these questions have been discussed and written up, save this document in the relevant project file in eRDM. Your deputy director (or above) should sign and date in the box below.

Sign off of the Fairer Scotland Assessment template

Name: Wendy Wilkinson

Job title: Deputy Director Safer Communities



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