Security Documentation And The Extent Of The Information Provided

Original Language Title: bezpečnostní dokumentace a rozsah poskytovaných informací

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227/2015 Sb.



DECREE



of 24 July 2003. August 2015



about the terms and scope of the information security documentation

provided by the processor of the opinion



Ministry of the environment shall determine pursuant to § 54 para. 1 of law No.

224/2015 Coll. on the prevention of major accidents caused by selected

hazardous chemicals or chemical mixtures and amending the Act

No. 634/2004 Coll., on administrative fees, as amended,

(law on the prevention of major accidents), (hereinafter referred to as the "Act") to implement section

9. 3, section 10, paragraph 1. 6, § 11 (1) 3, § 12 para. 6, § 13 para. 3, section 18

paragraph. 5, § 19 para. 6, § 23 para. 8 and section 27 para. 4 of the Act:



§ 1



The subject of the edit



This Decree incorporates the relevant provision of the European Union "^ 1") and modifies the



and the content of the risk assessment) the details of a major accident, the scope of the assessment

the risk of a major accident for the objects processed classified in groups and

or to group (B) and the way of its implementation,



(b)) the details of the content of the safety program, safety reports,

report on the assessment of the safety report and internal emergency plan and the

their structure,



(c) the content of the record) the details of the review of the safety data

the program,



(d)) the details for the determination of the content of the documents emergency planning zone

and processing of the external emergency plan, their structure and method

their processing,



(e) the design safety evaluation criteria) documentation and formalities

the content of the report and



(f)) the nature and range of information and documents that the processor is opinion

entitled to claim for the purposes of assessing the design of the safety documentation.



§ 2



The elements of the content of the risk assessment of a major accident, the scope of the assessment

the risk of a major accident for the objects processed classified in groups and

or to group (B) and the method of its implementation



(To section 9, paragraph 3, of the Act)



(1) the assessment of the risk of a major accident is done for



and all phases of the life cycle) of an object from processing project

documentation to the disposal,



(b)) normal and abnormal operating conditions including the possible failure of the human

factor or potential external threats.



(2) in the context of the assessment of the risk of a major accident is done



and the identification of risks and resources) the selection of the sources of the risks for the detailed analysis of the

risks in order to determine how each resource risks

contribute to the overall risk of the analyzed object



b) risk analysis, which includes



1. determine the possible scenarios of events and their causes, that may lead to

in a severe crash,



2. estimate the consequences of accident scenarios on the lives and health of people and the

the animals, the environment and property,



3. an estimate of the annual frequency of accident scenarios and



4. the determination of the extent of the risks of accident scenarios, based on the

the results carried out by the determination of the consequences and frequency of scenarios and



(c)) the risk assessment, which contains reviews of the acceptability of the risks

major accidents on the basis of the criteria of group risk.



(3) the manner of carrying out an assessment of the risk of a major accident and its scope is

set out in annex 1 to this notice.



The elements of the content of the safety program and its structure



§ 3



(For section 10 (6) of the Act)



(1) the Basic object information shall include identification data

the operator and object, the identity of the natural or legal

a person involved in the preparation of the program, data on

activities and staff, and a description of the object. Structure of the safety data

the program, including the contents of its various parts is given in annex

No. 3 to this notice.



(2) the description of the major-accident prevention policy is based on the operator of

assessment of the risk of a major accident. Major-accident prevention policy

must be the nature of the sources of risk and must clearly and intelligibly

aim to ensure that the structure and functioning of the system

Prevention of major industrial accidents.



(3) in the description of the objectives of preventing major accidents by operator tasks

head to ensure the fulfillment of major accident prevention policy.

Determination of the tasks must include all of the thematic areas of the management system

safety and such indicators, parameters and criteria that allow you to

monitoring of the level of performance and evaluation of the effectiveness of implemented measures

Prevention of major industrial accidents.



(4) the description of the accident prevention policy operator

declares that it is committed to the fulfilment of the principles and objectives of the prevention of major

accidents. Obligation to carry out this policy can be met also by using the

appropriate means, structures and management systems that are proportionate to the

major accident hazards, and at the same time thematically and materially meet

the requirements for a safety management system in annex 2 to this

the Decree.



§ 4



(For section 10 (6) of the Act)



(1) the safety management system shall mean the summary of planning,

decision making, organizational, management, coordination, motivation,

information, monitoring and evaluation activities. The management system

security must be proportional to the risk of a major accident, operated by

activities and the complexity of the Organization in the management of the object and must be based

on the assessment of the risk of a major accident. The safety management system includes

part of the General management system which includes the appropriate settings

the organizational structure, the determination of obligations and responsibilities and defines the

rules, methods and procedures for controlling and securing resources for identifying,

implementation and verification of the correctness of the major-accident prevention policy.



(2) the description of the safety management system shall bear the



and safety management system characteristics),



(b)) the data to each of the thematic areas of the safety management system,

which are the



1. human resources in the building and its management,



2. traffic management object



3. management of change in the object



4. emergency planning,



5. monitoring and evaluation of the implementation of the objectives laid down a policy of prevention

major accidents and safety management system, and



6. audits of the safety management system and the prevention of major policy

accidents.



(3) the details the characteristics of the safety management system and structure

the description of each of the thematic areas of the safety management system are

set out in annex 2 to this Decree.



§ 5



The elements of the content of the review of the safety record

program



(Article 11, paragraph 3, of the Act)



The elements of the content of the review of the safety record

the program and its structure, including the contents of its individual parts are

set out in annex 4 to this notice.



§ 6



The elements of the content and the structure of safety messages



(Section 12 (6) of the Act)



The elements of the content and the structure of safety messages including the content of

its parts are laid down in annex 5 to this

the Decree.



§ 7



The elements of the content of the assessment report and its safety messages

the structure of the



(Section 13, paragraph 3, of the Act)



The elements of the content of the assessment report and its safety messages

the structure, including the content of its parts are set out in

Annex No 6 to this Ordinance.



§ 8



Proposal evaluation criteria and requirements for content security documentation

expert report



(Section 18, paragraph 5, of the Act)



The elements of the content, including the design of evaluation criteria assessment

Security documentation are laid down in annex 7 to this Decree.



§ 9



The nature and range of information and documents that the processor is opinion

entitled to claim



(Section 19 (6) of the Act)



(1) the processor of an opinion is to examine the data referred to in the draft

the safety documentation shall be entitled to request



and) documents used for processing of the application security documentation

where appropriate, the indication of the data sources used for the processing of the application

safety documentation



(b) the indication of the sources of meteorological data),



(c) the data source about) putting the number of the population in the vicinity of the object



(d) the minutes of the screening evaluation) the internal emergency plan,



(e) providing knowledge documents) employees and contractors about the

existing risks and determination of their tasks in risk reduction,



f) documents documenting discuss failures and near accidents, including

the results of the investigations into the causes and proposed corrective measures,



g) documents and the supporting documents of the operator, confirming the sources of information for

analysis, meeting the requirements of major-accident prevention policy and the

emergency planning.



(2) if justified by the scope of the documents referred to in paragraph 1, or

the nature of the data contained therein, it is sufficient if the processors report

the possibility to verify the information given in the safety design

consult the documentation of these documents on the spot.



§ 10



Elements content internal emergency plan and its structure



(§ 23 para. 8 of the Act)



(1) an internal emergency plan is a written document that sets out the



and the way to ensure emergency preparedness), including information,

the physical, economic and human resources for the case of a serious

crash,



(b)) the way the management of possible major accidents,



(c) the measures to ensure appropriate monitoring of) the consequences of a major accident and

renovation of the place of the major accident, and (d)) the way the documentation of protocols, amendments, and

updates.




(2) the structure of the internal emergency plan, including the contents of its

each part is laid down in annex 8 to this Ordinance.



§ 11



The elements of the content of documents for the determination of the emergency planning zone, and

processing of the external emergency plan, their structure and how they

processing



(§ 27, paragraph 4, of the Act)



(1) documents for the establishment of emergency planning and processing zone

external emergency plan will process the operator object to

Group (B) on the basis of the results of the evaluation of the accident scenarios according to

§ 2 and 3, in particular with regard to hazardous substances and the wagons with a view

the consequences of a major accident on the lives and health of people and animals, the

environment and assets.



(2) the details of the content of the supporting documents for the establishment of zones of emergency

planning and processing of the external emergency plan, and their structure

including the contents of their individual parts are laid down in annex 9 to the

This Decree.



§ 12



The effectiveness of the



This Decree shall enter into force on 1 January 2000. October 2015.



Minister:



Mgr. Vratislav Brabenec in r.



Annex 1



How to perform a risk assessment of a major accident and its scope



Assessment of the risk of a major accident contains the following chapters:



1. identification of the sources of the risks



1.1. Overview of the hazardous substances in the object.



and an updated list of dangerous substances) to the object.



b) safety data sheets for dangerous substances (digitally on the data medium in

the annex).



1.2. identification and selection of sources of risk for a detailed analysis of the risks.



and a description of the methods used), a reference to the literary source.



(b) an overview of each device) information necessary for the application of the method

the selection.



(c) the sources of risk for) the choice of a detailed risk analysis, a list of selected

sources of risk.



1.3. Description of selected sources of risk and their location in the map view

object.



and a description of the selected sources of risk) (technology, manufacturing process) and

their security.



(b)) the distance selected resources risks from interest sites in the

Depending on how the threats and risks to the recipient (the person, the

environment, property).



(c) the location of the source of the risk) Draw on a map object.



2. risk analysis



2.1. identification of possible situations and causes of (the conditions), which may lead

to the initiation of the event of a major accident, the identification of the initiation event

and possible scenarios for the development of a major accident.



and an overview of possible situations and) causes (conditions) within the object that

can cause damage to human health, the environment and

assets, including the discretion of dangerous chemical reactions.



(b)) and the causes of an overview of possible scenarios (conditions) outside the object, which may

cause damage to human health, the environment and property.



(c) the Systematic identification of the complex) and a description of the initiation

event of a major accident scenarios.



(d) a description of the identified scenarios) of major accidents.



2.2. An estimate of the consequences of identified major accidents scenarios on

the lives and health of people and animals, the environment and property.



and the determination of the criteria and) the exposure limit values for the estimation of the consequences of

identified major-accident scenarios.



(b) Estimates of the consequences of identified scenarios) serious accidents on the lives of

and people's health.



(c) Estimates of the consequences of identified scenarios) major accidents on

the environment, animals and property.



(d)) a graphical representation of selected range limit values the effects of

identified major-accident scenarios.



2.3. An estimate of the resulting annual frequency of serious accidents.



and scenarios) the display of major accidents with tree

event.



(b) the resulting scenarios) identification of major accidents and their frequency.



2.4. determination of the extent of the risk group of identified scenarios.



Overview of numeric representation components of risk (frequency and consequences) for

identified major-accident scenarios in the form



R = Fh. N,



where

R-group rate the risk of a major accident scenarios (the number of people killed per year)

FH-recorded annual frequency of accident scenarios,

N-an estimate of the number of people killed.



2.5. Results and impact assessment procedure (reliability and misbehavior)

human factor.



and the identification of critical positions).



(b)) analysis of the tasks and activities carried out by the employees on critical

working positions.



(c) the reason for the failure of human factor) on critical jobs

and the possible implications of this failure.



(d)) Realized and planned preventive measures for eliminating misbehavior

human factor.



3. Risk assessment



3.1. evaluation of the acceptability of the risk of major accidents.



Group risk of accident scenarios for around investigational object

shall be considered acceptable if



Fh < Fp,



where the relationship is true for Fp



1. 10-3

Fp = ----------,

N2



where



FP-acceptable serious crash frequency,

N-an estimate of the number of people killed.



In the case that the resulting frequency of accident scenarios, it appears as

unacceptable, the organisational and technical measures to reduce the

This risk and the deadlines for their implementation and a new analysis and

the risk assessment.



3.2. An overall assessment of the risk object.



The overall acceptability of the risk object for its surroundings is subject to

reasonable annual rate calculated in accordance with the major accident scenarios

section 3.1 for all scenarios, a summary of the impact assessment

a major accident to the environment and evaluating the effectiveness and

the adequacy of preventive and repressive measures of the emergency response.



4. List of information sources and publicly published and unpublished

methodologies used in the analysis of risks and their description



Annex 2



The details to the characteristics of the safety management system and structure

the description of the thematic areas of the safety management system



I. characteristics of the safety management system Requirements



1. characteristics of the safety management system, the structure, levels.



2. structure and overview of the internal rules relating to the system

safety management.



3. information on the accessibility of the safety management system to employees.



4. Organizing of the key elements of the safety management system,

providing relevant internal rules.



4.1 Description of the Organization ensure the risk assessment process, serious

crash.



4.2 description of the Organization to ensure the process of deploying, maintaining, and

improvement of the safety management system.



4.3 description of an organization ensure process monitoring requirements of

rules and technical documents and ensure compliance.



4.4 description of an organization ensure the defining goals and tasks in the field of

Prevention of major industrial accidents.



4.5 Description of the Organization to ensure the setting of indicators, parameters, and

criteria to be applied for the evaluation of performance of the tasks, objectives and effectiveness

measures.



4.6 description of an organization ensure process of identifying priority tasks and

drawing up the timetable.



4.7 Description of the Organization to ensure carrying out checks at all stages of the

management, aimed at monitoring the implementation of set tasks and goals

introduction of rules, deadlines or dates.



4.8 the organization providing technical, financial and human

resources for the purposes of the performance of each of the thematic areas of the management system

safety.



4.9 description of an organization providing resources for cases

unexpected changes in the object or other unusual circumstances

(technical, financial and human).



II. the structure of the description of the thematic areas of the safety management system



1. human resources in object and their control



1.1. a staff member with an impact on reducing the risk or impact on the emergence of

major accidents.



1.1.1. An overview of all employees ' positions (functional classification)

the influence on reducing the risk or impact on the emergence of major accidents,

description of the tasks, duties and responsibilities of the employees on the job

positions, in positions of executive employees of their

fungibility.



1.1.2. Organisation chart and diagram highlighting the work

staff positions with influence on risk reduction, or with an impact on the emergence of

major accidents.



1.1.3. The availability of the current list of employees with an impact on reducing

risk or related to the emergence of major accidents.



1.1.4. To include a link to the internal regulation, which imposes an obligation to

meet the vendor, employee or external legal persons

external entrepreneurial natural persons (hereinafter referred to as "external entities"), and

visitors with the safety rules in the object and perform a check

compliance with the rules.



1.1.5. Information about the screening qualifications of external bodies.



1.1.6. information on the consideration of the issue of prevention of major accident

at the level of senior staff.



1.1.7. information on the results of the consultation with employees dating

the issue of the prevention of serious accidents on the management level.



1.2. the staff of the leading jobs (job title

position) and their responsibility.



1.2.1. Indication of positions of executive employees responsible for

implementation of the assessment of the risk of a major accident.




1.2.2. Placing positions senior employees responsible for

meeting people, suppliers, external entities and visitors with existing

the risks and with the rules for the safe performance of activities or movement in the object.



1.2.3. Indication of positions of executive employees responsible for

ensure necessary resources (including human) for the establishment and maintenance of

management system and its development.



1.2.4. Indication of positions of executive employees responsible for

the process of implementing and maintaining management system and its development.



1.2.5. Indication of positions of executive employees responsible for

the identification of training needs, ensuring and realization of training and

the evaluation of its effectiveness.



1.2.6. Indication of positions of executive employees responsible for

health monitoring of the management system, the implementation of the checks and audits,

evaluation of its effectiveness.



1.2.7. Indication of positions of executive employees responsible for

implementation, monitoring and evaluation of remedial activities.



1.2.8. Indication of positions of executive employees responsible for

management and emergency and emergency situations.



1.3. Management of human resources, education and training.



1.3.1. Information on whether the system is in place for the selection of staff

the occupation of positions of importance to the prevention of major

accidents, including putting a link to the relevant internal regulations.



1.3.2. For information about whether the positions of importance

accident prevention is to develop and maintain the necessary

professional knowledge and skills, including the reference to the competent

internal regulations.



1.3.3. For information about the training of staff in relation to their work

classification, including the placing of a link to the relevant internal regulations.



1.3.4. Information about the method of knowledge and skills in

employees, including putting a link to the relevant internal regulations.



1.3.5. Information about how to document the training undertaken and

evaluation, including the placing of a link to the relevant internal regulations.



1.3.6. Information on whether the training covers the following areas:



and legislation relevant to) the prevention of major accidents



b) accident prevention policy,



(c) the internal regulations relevant to) the prevention of major accidents,



(d) identification, risk assessment) and risk reduction,



e) side effects on health measures to protect the health and personal

protective equipment of the affected people,



f) procedures and emergency activities.



1.3.7. Information on whether the training also includes the following areas:



and technological security systems) installed (detection,

alarm, power actuators),



b) operated fire alarm systems,



c) ventilation, retention, discharge and discharge systems



d) emergency and emergency safety systems.



1.3.8. Information about the implementation of the training input.



1.3.9. information on training sessions carried out during the duration of the work

ratio.



1.3.10. information on employee training during the transfer to another job and

When the introduction of new processes and technologies.



1.3.11. information on training for activities of importance to

security, overview of these activities.



1.4. active employee access to the issue of the prevention of major

accidents.



1.4.1. the information about the employees who ensure operations and

the operator (hereinafter referred to as "operational personnel"), to make proposals in the

the preparation, the implementation and fulfilment of the control system of the prevention of major

accidents, including putting a link to the relevant internal regulations.



1.4.2. For information on accepting proposals for operating staff.



1.4.3. Description of motivational tools to increase knowledge, skills and

the observance of safe working practices for operating employees.



1.4.4. Information about ensuring free access to operating staff

the results of the evaluation of the performance of the tasks of the field of the prevention of major

accidents.



2. Traffic management object



2.1. Information to the internal regulation, which establishes the obligation to

assess operational activities in terms of the possibility of a major accident,

including the brief characteristics of the internal regulation.



2.2. Overview of operational activities with an impact on the emergence of a major accident.



2.3. Overview of operational activities with a potential impact on the formation of the emergency

air pollution, water and soil.



2.4. Information to the internal regulation, which establishes the obligation to

to formulate and implement safe practices for the identified risk

activities, placing brief characteristics of the internal regulation.



2.5. Information about the introduction of safe practices (instructions) for the performance of

operating activities relevant from the viewpoint of safety.



2.6. Information about safe practices are taken into account

requirements for:



and) safe handling of substances hazardous to the environment,



(b) the loading of the environment) minimization of hazardous substances and

waste,



(c) reduction of environmental risk),



d) minimising the consequences of a possible ecological disaster.



2.7. Information about the introduction of safe practices for the various phases of the operation

technological equipment [processors safety report this

do not process subsection 2.7]:



and marketing and technological equipment) device files into operation

(approaching technological equipment),



(b)) normal operation of technological equipment,



(c) a transitional process equipment downtime) (going down),



(d) the emergency shutdown of technological equipment),



e) re marketing of technological equipment and device files to

service after outages,



f) permanent cessation of technological equipment.



2.8. Information about the introduction of safe practices for maintenance

equipment and technological components, including the reference to the

the internal regulation.



2.9. Information about the deployment schedules, maintenance checks and revisions for the

objects, technical equipment and technology, including the reference to the

the internal regulation.



2.10. Information relating to the systematic verification of functional signalling,

safety and regulatory systems and the keeping of evidence-

authentication, including the placing of a link to the relevant internal regulations.



2.11. the information about the fact that safe practices are considered

the following aspects:



and possible threat as a result of) the presence of hazardous substances in use,



(b)) the technical and organizational measures to prevent fire, explosion,

toxic dispersion,



(c) the measures in case of contact) people with a dangerous substance, or when

leakage of hazardous substances into the environment.



2.12. Information about compliance of established safe practices with operational

regulations of the manufacturer of the device and with the generally binding legal regulations.



2.13. Information about ensuring the participation of the operating staff at

processing of safe practices (job instruction, job

procedures), including the placing of a link to the relevant internal regulations.



2.14. Information about the availability of safe operating procedures

employees who perform activities involving a risk of serious

crash.



2.15. Information about meeting people, operating staff, who perform

activities associated with the risk of a major accident, with safe procedures

including a link to the relevant internal regulations.



2.16. For information about examining the knowledge of safe practices for operating

employees who carry out activities associated with the risk of serious

accident, and how to document the record of the examination, including

to include a link to the relevant internal regulations.



2.17. Information about the system of professional and impartial assessment of the safe

procedures prior to their implementation into practice, including the reference to the

the internal regulation.



2.18. Information about the system update safe practices in the context of

with new scientific findings.



2.19. information on updated safe practices carried out on the basis of

the experience of the operation and the results of the checks and inspections.



2.20. Information about how that internal regulations caches production

employees who carry out activities associated with the risk of serious

crash, follow safe practices.



3. Management of change in the object



3.1. Information on procedures for in-process control (planning, implementation,

review, corrective action) changes in technological and technical

solutions.



3.2. Information on the procedures in the change management process in the operational

activities.



3.3. Information on the procedures in the process of managing change in programming

systems.



3.4. Information on the procedures in the process of change management in human resources

cast.



3.5. Information on procedures for in-process control changes when you change the internal and

external conditions.



3.6. Information about whether a part of the process of planning and implementation of changes

professional assessment of changes in terms of safety and its proper

documentation, including the placing of a link to the appropriate internal regulation, and

determination of the position the employee responsible for this assessment.



3.7. Information about personal liability for a minor part of the management process

and to document changes, including putting a link to the appropriate internal

prescription.




3.8. the information on rules and procedures for the information

affected by the change of the preparation and during the implementation of this change, the

safety measures and, where appropriate, to ensure the training of these

employees, including the placing of a link to the relevant law.



3.9. Information on the inspection work after you made the change.



3.10. Information about the corrective measures raised by the control when

changes, including putting a link to the relevant internal regulations.



4. Emergency planning



4.1. Information about the conventions and procedures for the detection and the detection of possible

situations and conditions that may cause serious accident.



4.2. Indication of whether the policies and procedures to identify possible

emergency, caused by changing the external or internal conditions.



4.3. Information whether the policies and procedures enable you to accept suggestions and

experience of the staff, external bodies, public authorities,

the essential components of integrated rescue system, etc.



4.4. information on established procedures and rules processing measures

for protection and intervention to limit the consequences of a major accident.



4.5. Description of the Organization to ensure the material-technical means and

human resources for cases of serious emergency situations, overview

your own forces and resources, including human resources, usable and

available in major emergency situations.



4.6. Description of cooperation with external bodies, essential ingredients

the integrated rescue system, breakdown services, etc.



4.7. Information about the current connection with the essential components overview

the integrated rescue system.



4.8. Information about the current connection to the professional workplace overview

public authorities and other professional institutions (Czech inspection

the environment, the administrator of the water flow, etc.).



4.9. Information about the current list of contacts to the operator specified by the

employees of emergency services in both business and non-business hours.



4.10. Information about internal rules, which set out the activities and

the specific responsibilities of the selected employees in the event of serious

emergency conditions.



4.11. Information about whether emergency planning documents are to

topographical Basemap shows:



and safety zone in the works),



(b) the area with established prohibitions), limitations, barriers, etc.



(c)) route emergency evacuation pipes for dangerous substances and media outside the

technology,



(d)) of the mouth of emergency odpouštěcích valves for hazardous substances

and the media,



e) escape routes and evacuation routes, or rally point for

the employee,



(f) resource to protect) the location of people, resources, to ensure the first

assistance, including profylaktik, the location of fixed fire protection resources

and personal protective equipment.



4.12. the information about the internal regulation, which established the obligation to

keep emergency planning documents.



4.13. Information about whether to update the emergency overload occurs

always:



and when any changes in) technology, material inputs and

outputs, as they affect the safety of the object



(b)) as a result of new knowledge related to the risks and risk

processes,



(c)) on the basis of input from external inspections and controls carried out.



4.14. the information about the internal regulation, which established the obligation to

examine the preparedness of the emergency forces systemically and resources

operators, including the screening of the freshness of the contacts on the base

components of the integrated rescue system.



4.15. the details of system planning, implementation, and evaluation

screening and thematic exercises.



4.16. Information on whether the review and thematic exercises are

focused on:



and adequacy of the procedures) an examination of the solution of serious emergency conditions,



b) skills training needed for the implementation of the rescue and

the dismantling work,



c) an examination of the Organization and management of actions, including an examination of the level

communication and coordination of all participating components.



4.17. Information to the system implementation and execution of measures arising from the

the results of the screening exercise, and thematic and screening efficiency and

the effectiveness of these measures.



4.18. Information about how the information about the results of these

exercise and of the measures taken.



4.19. information on organizational and technical solutions to the situation in case of sudden

failure of the electrical source, including a description of the procedures to activate the

spare resources.



5. monitoring and evaluation of the implementation of the objectives laid down a policy of prevention

major accidents and safety management system



5.1. the procedures for monitoring and evaluating the performance of the set tasks

and objectives.



5.1.1. the information on internal rules, which set out the procedures

introducing.



5.1.2. information whether the monitoring of the performance of the tasks for

measurable indicators laid down rules and procedures for the measurement.



5.1.3. Information about whether it is in cases of measurements archive

the measured data and records.



5.1.4. information, whether it is in the case of the measure of the task performed

the identification of the causes.



5.1.5. Information about whether, in the case of the measure of the task is

taken the appropriate corrective measures without delay.



5.2. Procedures involving a system of reporting, recording and investigation

serious accidents, incidents, near accidents or failure of security and

protective systems.



5.2.1. Information about internal rules, which set out the procedures

introducing.



5.2.2. A description of the rules and procedures used in the investigation of accidents and

accidents, the investigating team, documenting the progress and outcome

the investigation, discussion of the findings of the investigation, the adoption of the leadership of the Organization

corrective and preventive action.



5.2.3. Information about the rules of archiving all documentation of the

investigation of accidents and incidents.



5.2.4. For information on how to ensure the information about

the causes, consequences, and the consequences of accidents and incidents.



5.2.5. Information on whether the employees are informed of the corrective and

preventive measures taken in connection with accidents and

accidents.



6. Audits of the safety management system and the prevention of major policy

accidents



6.1. Information about documented planning system of internal audits and

their focus.



6.2. Information on the implementation of an independent audit aimed at verifying

the accuracy of the major-accident prevention policy and management system

safety.



6.3. Information on the implementation of an independent audit aimed at verifying

the level of fulfilment of safety accident prevention policy

through the safety management system.



6.4. An overview of controlled areas from the perspective of prevention

major accidents.



6.5. Information about documented inspection policies and practices

activities, including information about the requirements for qualifications and experience

the supervisory authority, on the specificity and complexity of the record of the audit on the

the immediate cession of the leadership to discuss the audit results and the subsequent

the adoption and implementation of appropriate measures.



6.6. Information about how to record and archive records of the performed

audits of the safety management system.



4.2. Information on whether the audits performance of the tasks of prevention

major accidents are investigated, inter alia:



and staff on the existing) knowledge of risks and methods of protection



(b) the level of observance of technological procedures) from the handlers,



(c) compliance with) the level of generally binding legal regulations and internal

regulations of the operator,



(d) knowledge of the employees on procedures) and the activities of the emergency

events (emergency situations),



(e) compliance with) the level of generally binding legal regulations, external

entities in the object of the operator.



4.2. information on the establishment and implementation of measures that are

taken on the basis of the findings of the monitoring and measurements, carried out at the

control activities, audits and evaluation.



4.3. Information on how to monitor and evaluate the suitability and

the effectiveness of the measures laid down.



6.10. Information about the system of examining the serious prevention policy

accidents and safety management system, with emphasis on:



and, time and) the adequacy of the factual accuracy of timeliness and defined

the objectives laid down by the accident prevention policy and the management system

safety,



(b) sufficient intensity and effectiveness) policy, the prevention of major

accidents and safety management system,



c) completeness of the safety management system,



(d)) the existence of a monitoring and regulatory mechanisms in the control system of the

safety,



(e)) the possibility of dynamic behavior for the safety management system to its

the gradual improvement.



Annex 3



The structure of the security program and the contents of its individual parts



PART I. BASIC INFORMATION ABOUT THE OBJECT



1. Identification of the operator and object



and the name and address of the operator), tel/fax/email, company registration number,



(b) the name and address of the object),



(c)) the name or name, surname and residence of the natural person entitled

to act on behalf of the operator.



2. The identity of the natural or legal person involved in the

the preparation of the programme



3. information on the activities and staff




and) the major and minor activities operated, permits and permissions to these

activities,



(b) the start-up of the operator), and use the object and significant

data for the construction, reconstruction and changes of traffic,



(c) the number of employees in the building), including their number on each of the

shifts.



4. Description of the object



and) localization information object and the character of its surroundings,



(b) information about basic breakdown) object on each device,



(c) an information on the technology) and the method of management of hazardous

substances,



(d) information on the performed) activities with an impact on the safety,



e) meteorological characteristics as needed at the site.



PART II. ASSESSMENT OF THE RISK OF A MAJOR ACCIDENT



Assessment of the risk of a major accident, processed in accordance with Annex 1 to the

This Decree.



PART III. PRINCIPLES, OBJECTIVES AND MAJOR ACCIDENT PREVENTION POLICY



1. Description of principles and global objectives of preventing major accidents.



2. major-accident prevention Policy.



3. information on the prevention of major public accessibility policy

accidents.



4. the indication of the specific goals and objectives for prevention of major accidents

all thematic areas according to § 4, paragraph 4. 2 of this order.



5. information on whether the overall objectives, principles and policy of prevention

major industrial accidents, including measures to limit the potential consequences of serious

crash, correspond to existing sources of major accidents hazard Bureau.



6. information on whether the accident prevention is dealt with separately

or whether it is part of an integrated system, for example. along with safety and

the protection of health at work, environmental protection, and the justification

the chosen approach.



PART IV. DESCRIPTION OF THE SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM



Description of the safety management system is carried out in accordance with Annex 2 to the

This Decree.



PART V OF THE FINAL SUMMARY



The final chapter summarizes and represents a security programme

the briefing section, which in a clear, understandable even for non-specialists

a way of summarizing the essential information about ensuring the prevention of major accidents

in the object that the binding must be evident within the object and direction

to its surroundings, the risks and the measures to mitigate them.



Annex 4



The elements of the content of the review of the safety record

Programme, its structure and content of its individual parts



PART I IDENTIFICATION



1. Identification of the operator and object



and the name and address of the operator), tel/fax/email, company registration number,



(b) the name and address of the object),



(c)) the name or name, surname and residence of the natural person entitled

to act on behalf of the operator.



2. The identity of the natural or legal person involved in the

drawing up the record of the review of the safety program.



PART II. LIST AND DESCRIPTION OF CHANGES MADE TO THE OBJECT



1. Description of the changes in the safety management system



1.1. the change introduced by the safety management system:



and the change in the pattern) of the internal rules,



(b)) change in the Organization to ensure the key elements of the management system

safety.



1.2. Changes in human resources and their management:



and changes positions) Executive employees relating to the

ensure the security of the object



(b)) changes of positions of employees with safety,



(c)) changes in human resources management with the influence on safety.



1.3. Changes in the operational management of the object:



and a change in operating activities) due to safety,



(b)) change in system identification and introduction of safe practices,



(c) a change in the system) informing employees about safe practices.



1.4. Changes in the management of change in the object.



1.5. Changes in emergency response planning.



1.6. Changes in monitoring and evaluating the implementation of the objectives set

accident prevention and safety management system.



1.7. The changes in the audit of the management and prevention of major policy

accidents.



2. A description of the changes to the object



2.1. Changes in the basic breakdown of the object.



2.2. changes in the overview of the location of dangerous substances in the object, or change the

their classification.



2.3. Changes in the operated technology.



2.4. Changes in activities and processes associated with the risk of serious

crash.



2.5. Changes in detection and monitoring systems.



2.6. Changes in the internal and external provision of services critical to the

the safety of operation.



3. a description of the changes in established preventive security measures for

limit the possibility of and consequences of a major accident



3.1. Changes in the installed base of technical security systems

reduce the risk of a major accident.



3.2. changes in security for their own protection and intervention resources

used to mitigate and limit the consequences of a major accident, including

the available human resources.



3.3. changes in the provision of protective and intervention resources

used to mitigate and limit the consequences of a major accident, including

the available human resources.



3.4. Changes in the system of notification and implementation of rescue and liquidation

the works.



PART III. THE FINAL SUMMARY



1. the revision of the security program and the current change

sheet.



2. Final evaluation of changes and the conclusions adopted.



Annex 5



The elements of the content of the safety report, the structure and content of its

the individual parts



PART I. BASIC INFORMATION ABOUT THE OBJECT



1. Identification of the operator and object



and the name and address of the operator), tel/fax/email, company registration number,



(b) the name and address of the object),



(c)) the name or name, surname and residence of the natural person entitled

to act on behalf of the operator.



2. The identity of the natural or legal person involved in the

drafting safety reports.



3. information on the activities and staff



and) the major and minor activities operated, permits and permissions to these

activities,



(b) the start-up of the operator), and use the object and significant

data for the construction, reconstruction and changes of traffic,



(c) the number of employees in the building), including their number on each of the

shifts.



PART II. DESCRIPTIVE INFORMATION AND DATA SECTION OF THE SAFETY REPORT



1. A technical description of the object



1.1. Information about the basic breakdown on each device object with

a description of the accessibility of the equipment in the scope corresponding to the nature and extent

the risk of a major accident.



1.1.1. the Clear topographic maps of the corresponding scale, showing the

the planned development of the object and the surroundings with the declared purpose of plan usage

the land to the extent that would respond to the possible consequences of serious

crash. On the maps, indicate clearly the



and) access and escape routes from the object



(b)) other communications relevant to the rescue and liquidation work,



(c)) the surrounding buildings (e.g. industrial and civil buildings),



d) infrastructure (e.g. hospitals, schools, communication),



e) territory protected pursuant to other legislation ^ 2).



1.1.2. The plans of the scale on which they are clearly

indicated by the object as a whole and its individual components, in particular the internal

communication, access and escape routes, etc.



1.1.3. the plans of the object in the corresponding scale on which they are defined

space activities in the building, including the main storage locations and production

equipment with dangerous substances, showing



and the location of dangerous substances) and their quantities, including schemas

storage of hazardous waste,



(b)) the typical location of automotive and rail tankers with

hazardous substances and space manipulation,



(c)) the distance between devices and their individual

parts,



d) technology infrastructure object, for example. pipelines and tanks,

handling space, the main drainage systems, water bodies, if any, and

water courses,



(e)) the escape routes from the device and inside the object,



f) locations to control technological process and important sites

infrastructure object.



1.2. Overview of hazardous substances located in the object.



1.2.1. List and description of dangerous substances, including located

hazardous substances in automotive and rail tankers, and their

Division into categories



and raw materials)



(b)) intermediates,



c) finished products,



d) by-products,



e) waste and auxiliary products



f) products derived from as a result of uncontrolled chemical processes.



1.2.2. the quantity stationed hazardous substances, including

hazardous substances in automotive and rail tankers.



1.2.3. the identification data on dangerous substances (CAS number, the name of the

According to IUPAC nomenclature, if available, chemical formula, chemical

the composition of the mixture, the trade name, classification, the degree of purity,

the most important ingredients).



1.2.4. Data on the properties of dangerous substances (physical, chemical,

toxicological and other specific properties).



1.2.5. a discharge, seizure, reuse, material use

or disposal of waste.



1.2.6. The discharge and treatment of waste gases.



1.2.7. the other, especially in the processing and finishing the production phase.



1.3. Information about the technology:



and) progress diagrams (schematics) pipe and process equipment,



(b) a description of the technological equipment of significant) in terms of safety and

additional facilities




(c)) the characteristics of the conditions of production technological process

(parameters-values of the variables) in the ordinary and extraordinary service,



d) parameters of chemical substances-properties and behavior for the normal and

emergency conditions,



e) description of the management and control of technological systems,



f) quantitative and qualitative information on flows of energy and materials

-energy and material balance



g) descriptions of building units of the device, which is treated with

hazardous substances, including their resistance to external influences,



h) list and description of technological equipment or parts thereof, in

where hazardous substances are handled or where dangerous

substances arise, including resistance to external influences,



I) descriptions and design information about the parts of the device showing the risk of

the major accident, including the relevant legislation and

technical standards relating to the operated technology



j) description of possible effects of technological equipment with risk potential

the other technological equipment, or to an entire object in

emergency conditions,



k) description of how to ensure the safe operation of these devices.



1.4. information on operational activities and processes related to risk

Fatal crash:



and) description of activities relevant to safety, including a description of the chemical

reactions, physical and biological transformations,



(b)) description of activities related to the temporary storage of dangerous

substances whose presence may pose a risk of a major accident,

including the temporary location of automotive and rail tankers,



(c)) description of activities relating to the handling of hazardous substances

(loading, unloading, reloading), including pipelines,



(d) a description of the editing procedures) of dangerous substances prior to their further use,

discharges into the environment or disposal (wastes in

all physical States),



e) description of procedures, operations, and measures to ensure the safety in the

the individual phases of operation (start-up, operation, shut-down,

non-standard conditions emergency conditions),



f) description of installed detection equipment and monitoring systems.



1.5. Overview of internally provided services:



and internal energy network)



(b)) has its own source of electrical energy,



(c) the storage and supply of fuels),



(d) emergency supplies, media)



(e)) own water source,



(f)) water supply, steam, air and technological media,



g) fire security and its own fire protection unit, if

established by the operator,



h) medical assistance,



and safety Center) of the control devices, if any,



j) Lab



k) maintenance and repairs, if any,



l) security object or device,



m) sewerage network,



n) retention tanks and waste water treatment plant, including the disposal of fire fighting

water,



o) communication and information systems.



1.6. list of outsourced services:



and) power supply,



(b) the delivery of other energy media),



(c)), water supply,



(d) procurement of raw materials, technology)



(e) other supplies,)



(f) fire and security forces), and the resources of the fire units

rescue service of the Czech Republic and the other units of fire protection,



g) emergency medical service



h) laboratory analyses,



I) maintenance and services, if any,



j) surveillance of the property,



to wastewater systems) of the object (disposal of extinguishing of water),



l) communication and information systems (telecommunications, radio network

etc.).



2. Information about the area of the object and the environment



Descriptions of the object and the environment around it shall be included in the scope of

corresponding to the nature and extent of the risk, including the potential implications

any major accidents and the consequences on the lives and health of people and the

the animals, the environment and property.



2.1. Information related to the demographic and socio-geographical

characteristics:



and residential unit) type (city, region, etc.),



(b)) the prevailing types of residential buildings (Panel buildings, brick houses,

family houses, cottages, etc.),



(c) the number of persons)



(d)) location of objects of public authorities and other institutions,



(e)) of a concentration of large numbers of people (cinemas, theatres, clubs,

sports and recreational facilities, etc.),



(f)) other vulnerable locations in the surrounding area (schools, hospitals, cultural monuments

etc.).



The annexes to the document are:



plans, maps, or map cutouts around designating the above

elements of localized in areas of potential reach of any serious

crash.



2.2. Information related to the environmental characteristics of the area

object.



2.2.1. Description of the most serious environmental characteristics of the area

object in the range of the potential consequences of a major accident (e.g. territorial

systems of ecological stability of the landscape, particularly protected areas, natural

parks, a significant landscape features or valuable habitats under the law on

nature and landscape protection ^ 3) or extreme conditions in the affected area).



2.2.2. The overall assessment of the environment in terms of its possible

major accident hazard and identification of the most valuable elements of the

environment that need to be taken into account in the assessment of the risk of a major accident,

where appropriate, justification, why are some environmental

selected for the assessment of the risk of a major accident.



The annexes to the document are:



maps, sketches or plans for the location of the major elements in the places

the potential reach of any major accident.



2.3. information on industrial and warehouse objects, including objects

agricultural livestock and crop production, and transport safety,

that may be, in connection with the object source of risk of a major accident

or may be affected by a major accident on the contrary in the object

of the operator.



The annex to the document are:



comprehensive plan map showing the position of the mentioned objects.



2.4. The meteorological characteristics:



and) average and maximum precipitation at the site,



(b)) the maximum and minimum temperature, humidity of air, the occurrence of fogs, storm

activity (electrostatic discharges) and extreme weather events for a given

the site,



(c)), the direction and speed of the wind and atmospheric stability class (wind rose)

the site in question.



2.5. Water management, hydrogeological and geological characteristics

around the object.



2.5.1. General characteristics of the hydrological (water).



2.5.2. General hydrogeologická characteristics (depth underground levels

water information to the upper collector).



2.5.3. the general geological characteristics.



2.5.4. characterization and description of the circumstances around the object, which can be

the cause of the creation or the development of a major accident or may be at risk

major accident, including



and the position of the object in the) flood areas,



(b)) the risks arising from the existence of water management works (dams,

the dam), when the emergence of extraordinary events on these water management works

could affect the safety of the operator object,



(c) the instability of the rock subsoil), landslides to reach the layers options

of the Earth's land cover, the risks of manifestations of seismic activity and other manifestations,



(d)) surrounding the major mines,



e) over the surrounding watercourses and water performed in a major

the areas potentially affected influences any major accident in object

the operator,



(f)): the territory of drinking water sources, and the territory of the accumulation of groundwater

waters threatened the possible effects of a major accident in the object of the operator,



g) throughput for pollutants (characteristic

geological strata and their progress, geological faults and other anomalies)



2.5.5. Risks of cross-border traffic flows and the atmosphere and

the consequences of a major accident on the components of the environment.



2.5.6. the method of use of the surrounding land, which could be a serious

the object affected by the accident.



2.5.7. Description of sewerage in the object and its outlets to waste

waters, waterways, etc.



The annex to the document are:



synoptic maps, hydrological, hydrogeological and geological elements,

If the consequences of a major accident may be vulnerable to the appropriate folder

of the environment.



2.6. Other potential threats, in particular the object-specific

uncontrolled fires, air corridors, etc.



PART III. ASSESSMENT OF THE RISK OF A MAJOR ACCIDENT



Assessment of the risk of a major accident, processed in accordance with Annex 1 to the

This Decree.



PART IV. THE PRINCIPLES, OBJECTIVES, MAJOR-ACCIDENT PREVENTION POLICY



Description of the policy, objectives and major accident prevention policy carried out in

accordance with part III of annex 3 to this notice.



PART V DESCRIPTION OF THE SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM



Description of the safety management system is carried out in accordance with Annex 2 to the

This Decree, with the exception of sub-chapter 2.7 information about determination

safe practices for the various phases of the operation of technological equipment,

that is included in part II. the safety report.



The operator of this description shows and his proving the establishment and functionality of

the system.



PART VI. DESCRIPTION OF PREVENTIVE SECURITY MEASURES TO LIMIT THE POSSIBILITY

THE OCCURRENCE AND CONSEQUENCES OF A MAJOR ACCIDENT



1. Overview of the installed base of technical security systems that reduce


the risk of a major accident



1.1. automatic shunting systems and automatic blocking systems

device.



1.2. Detection and alarm systems.



1.3. Automated systems of protection against fire and explosion.



1.4. Automatic systems of protection from leaks of dangerous toxic

substances.



1.5. Special measures against unauthorized intrusion and tampering.



1.6. Counters integrated emergency protection, including indications of functionality

protective systems.



2. information on the assessment of the adequacy of the safety and

protective measures



3. Description of custom protective and intervention resources to

mitigate and limit the consequences of a major accident, including disposable

human resources



3.1. the Stable technical means (fire sprinkler systems,

ventilation systems, etc.).



3.2. mobile technical equipment (pumps, fans,

platforms, norné walls, etc.).



3.3. means of transport and special mechanisms (such as earth-moving machinery,

Automotive tanks, mobile fire-fighting equipment).



3.4. Emergency and emergency materials.



3.5. Personal protective equipment.



3.6. means to ensure first aid, including profylaktik.



3.7. the staffing (number of employees designated to

ensure the emergency).



4. Descriptions of the contracted protective and intervention resources

used to mitigate and limit the consequences of a major accident, including

the available human resources



4.1. mobile technical means.



4.2. The means of transport and special mechanisms (earth-moving machinery,

Automotive tanks, mobile fire-fighting equipment, etc.).



4.3. Emergency and emergency materials.



4.4. Personal protective equipment.



4.5. Staffing (levels).



5. the information and warning systems of notification and implementation of the intervention



5.1. Description of the system and the way of warning.



5.2. Description of the systems and methods of notification of the competent bodies in the event of

the emergence of a major accident.



5.3. Description of procedures the implementation of intervention by their own efforts and resources.



PART VII. THE FINAL SUMMARY



The final chapter summarizes and presents safety messages

the briefing section, which in a clear, understandable even for non-specialists

a way of summarizing the essential information in relation to the prevention of

major accidents in the object that must be clear bindings

inside the object and the direction of his surroundings, the risks and the measures for their

the restrictions.



Annex 6



The elements of the content of the assessment report of the safety report, its

the structure and content of its parts



PART I. BASIC INFORMATION ABOUT THE OBJECT



1. Identification of the operator and object



and the name and address of the operator), tel/fax/email, company registration number,



(b) the name and address of the object),



(c)) the name or name, surname and residence of the natural person entitled

to act on behalf of the operator.



2. The identity of the natural or legal person involved in the

drawing up the document on the assessment of the safety report.



PART II. LIST AND DESCRIPTION OF CHANGES MADE TO THE OBJECT



1. Description of the changes in the safety management system



1.1. the change introduced by the safety management system:



and the change in the pattern) of the internal rules,



(b)) change in the Organization to ensure the key elements of the management system

safety.



1.2. Changes in human resources and their management:



and changes positions) Executive employees relating to the

ensure the security of the object



(b)) changes of positions of employees with safety,



(c)) changes in human resources management with the influence on safety.



1.3. Changes in the operational management of the object:



and a change in operating activities) due to safety,



(b)) change in system identification and introduction of safe practices,



(c) a change in the system) informing employees about safe practices.



1.4. Changes in the management of change in the object.



1.5. Changes in emergency response planning.



1.6. Changes in monitoring and evaluating the implementation of the objectives set

accident prevention and safety management system.



1.7. The changes in the audit of the management and prevention of major policy

accidents.



2. A description of the changes to the object



2.1. Changes in the basic breakdown of the object.



2.2. changes in the overview of the location of dangerous substances in the object, or change the

their classification.



2.3. Changes in the operated technology.



2.4. Changes in activities and processes associated with the risk of serious

crash.



2.5. Changes in detection and monitoring systems.



2.6. Changes in the internal and external provision of services critical to the

the safety of operation.



3. a description of the changes in the area of the object



3.1. The demographic and socio-geographic changes around the object.



3.2. changes in the assessment of the environment in and around the object.



3.3. amendments to the industrial, warehouse and transport use around

object.



3.4. changes in the new evaluation of meteorological, water management,

hydro-geological and geological characteristics.



3.5. Changes in a specific threat to the object.



4. Description of the changes in established preventive security measures for

limit the possibility of and consequences of a major accident



4.1. Changes to the installed base of technical security systems

reduce the risk of a major accident.



4.2. changes to ensure their own protection and intervention resources

used to mitigate and limit the consequences of a major accident, including

the available human resources.



4.3. changes in the provision of protective and intervention resources

used to mitigate and limit the consequences of a major accident, including

the available human resources.



4.4. Changes in the system of notification and implementation of rescue and liquidation

the works.



5. Learning from adverse events



5.1. Summary of adverse events that revealed potentially

a dangerous chemical reaction or loss of control scenarios of events that

have not previously considered.



5.2. the recommendations resulting from the demands of the public, or lessons learned from the

major accidents which have occurred in the Czech Republic or abroad.



PART III. ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPACT OF CHANGES ON TRAFFIC SAFETY



1. Documenting changes in the assessment of the risk of a major accident due to changes in the

object or in its surroundings.



2. A new evaluation of the acceptability of the risk of a major accident.



3. Preventive and security measures taken on the basis of changes in the

object or in its surroundings.



PART IV. THE FINAL SUMMARY



1. the revision of the safety report and the current change sheet.



2. the final evaluation of the results of the assessment of the safety report and

the conclusions adopted.



Annex 7



The elements of the content, including the design of evaluation criteria assessment

safety documentation



I. Particulars of the security program design and assessment update

Security programme, the structure of its individual parts, and the criteria

their reviews



1. Identification of the object of the operator.



2. assessment of the compliance with the requirements and recommendations to complement the sections:



and assessment of the risk of a major accident),



(b)) the principles, objectives and major accident prevention policy,



(c) a description of the safety management system).



3. the final recommendations.



4. The evaluation criteria, the level of compliance with each item.



II. the elements of the draft opinion, security news and updates

the safety report, the structure of its individual parts, and the criteria

their reviews



1. Identification of the object of the operator.



2. assessment of the compliance with the requirements and recommendations to complement the sections:



and information and descriptive) data section of the safety report;



(b) the assessment of the risk of a major accident),



(c)) the principles, objectives and major accident prevention policy,



(d) a description of the safety management system),



(e) a description of preventative security measures) to reduce the potential for

the occurrence and consequences of major accidents.



3. the final recommendations.



4. The evaluation criteria, the level of compliance with each item.



III. the elements of an opinion on the report on the assessment of the safety report;

the structure of its individual parts, and evaluation criteria



1. Identification of the object of the operator.



2. assessment of the compliance with the requirements and recommendations to complement the sections:



a) list and description of changes made to the object,



(b) assessment of the impact of the changes on) the safe operation,



(c) the final evaluation of the results of the assessment) and the conclusions adopted.



3. the final recommendations.



IV. the formalities for assessment to assess the risks of a major accident, the structure of the

its individual parts and its evaluation criteria



1. Identification of the object of the operator.



2. assessment of the compliance with the requirements and recommendations to complement the sections:



and identification of sources of risk)



b) risk analysis,



c) risk assessment;



(d)) the list of information sources and methodologies used in the risk analysis.



3. the final recommendations.



Annex 8



The structure of the internal emergency plan and the contents of its individual parts



PART I. INFORMATION SECTION



1. the operator and the identification data of the object:



and the name and address of the operator), tel/fax/email, company registration number,



(b) the name and address of the object),



(c)) the name or name, surname and residence of the natural person entitled

to act on behalf of the operator.



2. Functional classification, names and surnames of the individuals that have


the operator's credentials to implement preventive security measures

referred to in the internal emergency plan, and which are entitled to communicate

with the regional authority, the components of the integrated rescue system and other

breakdown services.



3. Functional classification, name and surname of the natural persons who are

the operator intended to carry out their intended internal emergency

plan and are not related to the regional authority.



4. Descriptive information to the object.



4.1. Brief information about activities in and around the object.



4.2. Dangerous substances and source of the risk.



PART II. THE OPERATIVE PART OF THE



1. A description of each of the scenarios of possible accidents and their solutions.



1.1. each accident Scenarios are based on risk analyses and estimates

the consequences of any possible accident, contain a number of protective measures

(development of the crash barriers) in the system and use the lessons learned from earlier

of past accidents.



1.2. each accident Scenario, or groups of scenarios of accidents with

similar characteristics, describing the development of possible measures, including

the anticipated activities of the various people and containing:



and the progress and anticipated) conditions affecting the formation and progress of the accident,



b) can then be triggered by accident (domino effect), including accidents,

that its consequences can exceed the bounds of the object used

by the operator,



(c) the consequences on the lives of characteristics), and human and animal health

(employees, the surrounding population), the environment and property inside

even outside the object,



(d) the procedure for liquidation of accident), including the means used to destroy

crash,



(e) a description of the tasks of the various organizational) departments and folders

the operator and the people at the disposal of the crash.



2. safety measures and means of disposal



2.1. Security measures to stop the development, including a description of

the technical facilities and measures ready for use when you stop

sequences before the end of the crash scenarios, such as sprinkling

systems (sprinklers) and full body equipment around the reservoirs.



2.2. Power and resources for the liquidation of the accident:



and one's own forces and means), their name, place of dislocation,

characteristics, responsible for deployment, tasks for the liquidation of the consequences of

crash,



(b)) forces and assets, which may be made from sources other than

the operator in the event of a crash, the demands on the assistance requested,

the folder specified to the bailout and how they provide, the way the profession

folders you have specified to the bailout and their involvement in the liquidation, ways

of command and responsibility for deployment folders.



2.3. Notification about the crash and the transfer of information:



and transfer information system) during the accident the base folders

the integrated rescue system and persons designated to dispose of crash

for the operator,



(b)) the manner and form of the profession of the integrated rescue system and

other predetermined emergency services,



(c) the operating of centres) the activities of integrated rescue

system, including the procedure and determine liability when submitting information

to the public,



(d)) of information about the crash to the media and the public,



e) ways of transmission of the initial information about the accident to the competent regional

the Office of the public authorities concerned by another legal

^ 4) Regulation, the concerned municipalities and the designated persons.



2.4. Management of intervention when disposing of the crash, including the competence to control the

intervention, passing control to intervention, the transmission of information about the course of the intervention.



2.5. Connections, including the radio, the telephone and the replacement link.



2.6. Monitoring the emergence of, during, and the effects of the accident, including its

location, method of operation, evaluation and use of monitoring

for the purposes of warning as is information about the meteorological situation and

air pollution.



2.7. Emergency information system created by the operator, the way

operation and his recovery after a disaster.



2.8. How redevelopment of that type of accident, the responsibility for the implementation and

supervision of the asanačními activities.



3. plans of specific activities



This item contains the fifth action plans with direct

on accident scenarios, which make up a relatively autonomous plans that are

the accompanying parts of the internal emergency plan.



This is in particular the



1. Traumatologický plan



and for fixing the system and) organization security measures to ensure the

first aid, including the profylaktik, and to ensure the ambulance

health care for disabled people,



(b)), indicating the custom options ensure the healthcare and listing

acute care providers available,



(c)), indicating the system ensure the appropriate profylaktik, their administration and

ensure their replacement,



(d)), stating the basics of first aid in case of contact with people

hazardous substance.



2. plans warning employees, including putting the resource enumeration, and

ways of warning a warning signal and its meaning, the transmission of information on

necessary activities, ways of informing about their risk, responsibility for

the function and the real use of the warning system.



3. individual protection Plans showing the enumeration of personal protective

labor resources, their place of storage, the system of their picking and

the collection of the means used.



4. Plans for evacuation and sheltering people, if they are processed, the implementation principles

evacuation, estimated numbers of evacuated, evacuation, security

evacuation routes, evacuation management, the principles of protection of the individual or

a group of people or employees, guards and their destination overview in the area of

the operator responsible for the protection and fair operation of the system

protection of persons.



PART III. GRAPHIC PART



The graphics of the annex showing the situation of the security measures and controls

on the plan or the topography of the substrate



and safety zones in the works),



(b) areas with established prohibitions), limitations, barriers, etc.



(c) emergency exits) places odpouštěcích valves for hazardous substances

and the media,



d) routes emergency evacuation pipes for dangerous substances and media outside the

technology,



e) escape routes and evacuation routes, and in the case where they are established,

the rally point for the operator and also employees in emergency situations,



(f) resource to protect) the location of people, resources to provide the first

assistance, including profylaktik, personal protective equipment,

the location of the material means of fire protection system, stationary

detection, alarm systems and access roads to the object in the case of

incidents.



The graphics of the annex may be provided as an attachment internal emergency

plan, or can be connected directly to the corresponding chapter of the internal

emergency plan.



PART IV. THE DOCUMENTATION SECTION OF THE



1. Overview of documents attesting to the familiarization of workers with

characteristics of possible serious emergency situations.



2. Suggestions for changes to the internal emergency plan from employees,

internal audit, external inspections and controls carried out and the results

thematic exercises.



3. Documentation of the results of the different types of practical exercises, with an indication of

the shortcomings noted, including the dates and the persons responsible for their

the deletion.



4. The transfer sheet, indicating the changes, its because of the responsibility for its

design, implementation date, and the way the information of the competent administrative

the Office.



PART V. OVERVIEW OF OTHER PLANS FOR DEALING WITH EMERGENCIES



An overview of other emergency response plans processed

the operator and approved under other legislation ^ 5).



Annex 9



The elements of the content of documents for the determination of the emergency planning zone, and

processing of the external emergency plan, their structure and content of their

individual chapters



1. the operator and the identification data of the object:



and the name and address of the operator), tel/fax/email, company registration number,



(b) the name and address of the object),



(c)) the name or name, surname and residence of the natural person entitled

to act on behalf of the operator.



(d) the indication of the name, if applicable) name, surname and functional classification

individuals that have a mandate to implement operator

preventive security measures set out in the internal emergency plan

and authorized to communicate on the matter with the regional office and the

operating and information centre integrated rescue system,

the components of the integrated rescue system or other breakdown

services.



2. the information about the object:



and a description of the main productive activities),



(b) a description of the main technological processes),



c) schematic representation of the main production sections,



d) schematic representation of the relationships between the major technological

parts, including an indication of whether the information between storage tanks

hazardous substances there is sufficient natural or effective separation,

If the technological parts of the stacks.



3. A description of the major accidents that may arise in the object and the

the consequences may occur outside the object.



3.1. List of hazardous substances and their quantities according to their

chemical or trade names, including their classification, and

the hazardous characteristics listed in the proposal on the inclusion of



and) located in the object




b) emerging during the activity



c) arising in the interaction with other substances and mixtures in the event

a major accident.



3.2. The risk of a major accident, and the description of its scenarios:



and) information about the risk of a major accident, which may arise in the object



(b) specify where (for example) a filling station, storage tanks, pipe bridges

technological units) of the likely emergence of a major accident, including

graphical indication of identified sources of risks,



(c) a description of the intended course of the scenarios) of a major accident.



4. An overview of the potential consequences of a major accident on the lives and health of people and the

the animals, the environment and property, including ways of effective protection against

These consequences



4.1. information on the possible consequences of a major accident:



and a description of the expected damage to buildings), including the determination of area

the extent of damage, arising from the models used in

each scenario of the consequences of a major accident,



(b) a description of the projected loss of life), or injury to persons,

arising from the dispersion studies and other models, including the

concentration and determination of their area to the extent



(c) the projected consequences of a major accident) on the environment, including the

estimate their extent and dissemination.



4.2. Ways of protection against the possible consequences of a major accident in relation



and damage to buildings)



(b)) to the loss of life or damage to the health of people in different

concentrations of dangerous substances circulating in the air,



(c)), to the detriment of the environment (immediate, medium-term and

long term),



(d)) in damage to the animals.



5. An overview of preventive security measures to mitigate the effects of

major accident



5.1. Overview of the precautions the operator when you

cooperation with the components of the integrated rescue system

designed for carrying out rescue and remediation work in the case

the emergence of major accidents and to limit the consequences of a major accident outside the object:



and simple graphical and written) representation of the procedure, the operator in

the event of a major accident leading to limit its consequences,



(b)) for an overview of the integrated rescue system and emergency response

the services which the operator in the documentation being considered for cooperation in

limit the consequences of a major accident under other legislation ^ 6).



5.2. Information about the method of notification, warning and continuation information

people in the event of a major accident:



and when you activate the operator) the warning systems and the provision of

additional instructions and information



(b)) ways and means notice and warning (siren Visual

equipment, the use of radio, telephone and other media or systems),

including in particular the type of sirens, replacement of broadcasting frequencies

or specific phone numbers,



(c)) the system warning signals (audio, Visual, etc) and ways of

and means the continuous informing people,



(d) the placing of other information resources), which were prepared for

persons with regard to the possible overload of the communications network operator

(e.g. ready session for radio and television broadcasting),



e) exercises and training procedures used for the provision of security

information about the origin and the course of the accident,



f) exercise and training procedures used to prepare the people in the

signal recognition and understanding of news and information about the origin and the course of the

a major accident.



5.3. Description of the desired behavior of the affected people in the event of serious

the accident under any of the scenarios considered, and appropriate minimum necessary

information provided by the parties.



6. list and description of the technical means for operator

the removal of consequences of a major accident.



7. putting integrated rescue system and other

emergency services, which are located outside the object of the operator,

the use of the operator being considered in its documentation for limitations and

the removal of consequences of a major accident.



8. Other necessary information required by the regional office.



9. Information that is used for more detailed evaluation of the potential

the consequences in a given location, or for the submission of complete information to persons or

public authorities about the possible risks of major accidents and the effective

the way of protection against its consequences:



and a more detailed specification of the technical means) to remove

the consequences of a major accident,



(b) a more detailed plan) escape routes and evacuation areas.



1) directive of the European Parliament and of the Council of 2012/18/EU of 4. July

2012 on the control of major-accident hazards involving dangerous

of substances and about the change and the subsequent repeal of Council Directive 96/82/EC.



2) for example, Act 114/1992 Coll., on nature and landscape protection, in

as amended, law No. 254/2001 Coll. on waters and amending

some of the acts (the Water Act), as amended, law No.

164/2001 Coll. on the natural medicinal resources, natural resources

mineral water, natural healing Spa and bathing places and

changes to some related laws (the Spa Act), as amended by

amended).



3) Act 114/1992 Coll., as amended.



4) Act 239/2000 Coll., on the integrated rescue system and amending

certain acts, as amended.



5) for example, Act No. 254/2001 Coll., as amended, the law

No. 61/1988 Coll. on mining activities, explosives and the State mining

the Administration, as amended, law No. 133/1985 Coll., on fire

protection, as amended.



6) for example, Act No. 133/1985 Coll., as amended, the law

No. 61/1988 Coll. on mining activities, explosives and the State mining

the Administration, as amended, law No. 251/2005 Coll. on inspection

work, as amended.