6. The Authority shall be responsible for the administration and enforcement of this Act (except for Part XIV) subject to the general and special directions of the Minister.
—(1) The Chief Executive may in writing appoint —
any officer of the Authority; or
with the approval of the Authority, any other person,
to be an enforcement officer for the purposes of this Act.
(2) Every enforcement officer, when exercising his powers and carrying out his duties under this Act, shall comply with such general or special directions as may, from time to time, be given to him by the Chief Executive.
(3) Every enforcement officer when exercising any of his powers under this Act shall, if not in uniform, declare his office and shall, on demand, produce to any person affected by the exercise of that power such identification card as the Authority may direct to be carried by the enforcement officer when exercising such power.
8. The Chief Executive may designate any suitably qualified person as an analyst to carry out any test, evaluation or analysis as may be necessary for the purpose of the administration and enforcement of this Act.
9. Every enforcement officer and analyst shall be deemed to be a public servant within the meaning of the Penal Code (Cap. 224).
10. The Authority may establish one or more Advisory Committees consisting of such persons as it thinks fit to appoint for the purpose of advising the Authority on such matters arising from the administration and enforcement of this Act as are referred to them by the Authority.
11. The Minister may establish one or more Appeal Advisory Committees consisting of such persons as he thinks fit to appoint for the purpose of —
assisting him in his determination of any appeal that is brought to him under this Act; and
advising him on any matter arising from any such appeal.