Order On The Fitting Of Equipment On Fixed Offshore Installation

Original Language Title: Order On The Fitting Of Equipment On Fixed Offshore Installations

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Construction of equipment on fixed offshore installations 1)

In accordance with section 18 (2) 6, section 43, section 61, paragraph 1. 3 and 4, and Section 72 (3). 1, in Law No 1. 1424 by 21. December 2005 on the safety and public services for off-shore for investigation, production and transport of hydrocarbons (offshore security law) shall be established under the authority of Section 61 (3) :

Scope and definitions

§ 1. The announcement will apply to fixed off-site as defined in section 2 (4) of the Offshore Security Act.

§ 2. The commuting shall include the establishment, marking, use of instructions and test equipment for the use of fixed offshore installations.

Stk. 2. The notice also lays down special requirements for the following equipment for the use of fixed offshore installations :

1) Pressure equipment.

2) Elevators.

3) Equipment for use in explosive atmospheres.

4) Security, control, and regulatory equipment which is necessary for or contributes to pressure equipment, elevators and equipment in explosive atmospheres may operate safely.

section 3. For equipment is understood in this notice :

1) Machines, containers, appliances, tools, and any other similar approach that

a is used for processing of a product,

b) is used for the creation of a work result, including transport and storage, or

c) to perform a technical process.

2) Parts to such the devices, prefabricated design and any other enacted object intended to be used in conjunction with other objects, to be included in a complete unit.

§ 4. For pressure equipment for the purposes of this notice, pressure containers, aerosols and other pressure equipment which are used as equipment ; defined in the notice no. 564 of 1. July 1997 on certain Community Directives on pressure vessels, notification no. 565 of 24. June 1994 on simple pressure vessels, notification no. 743 of 23. September 1999 on the introduction of pressure equipment, proclamations no. 99 of 31. January 2007 on the construction, construction and repair of pressure equipment, proclamations no. 100 by 31. 1 January 2007 on the use of pressure equipment, proclamations no. 289 of 24. April 2001 on transportable pressure equipment and proclamations no. 844 of 30. In September 1994 on aerosols.

section 5. The elevators shall be understood in this notice of equipment covered by the notice. 678 of 27. June 2008 on the orientation of elevators.

§ 6. For use in explosive atmospheres are understood in this notice :

1) Supplies, security systems and components with a view to their use in explosive atmospheres.

2) Security, control and regulatory devices that are intended to be used outside the atmospheres of explosive atmospheres, but which are necessary ; for or contribute to the safety of equipment or security systems in connection with explosions.

Stk. 2. Definitions and delimitation of equipment, cf. paragraph 1, as well as the entry into material groups and categories for the purpose of control

1) for mechanical equipment for use in the explosive atmosphere in Annex I ; to Notice no. 696 of 18. August 1995 on the introduction of technical aids for use in explosive atmospheres and

2) for the electrical equipment used in Annex I to explosive atmospheres in Annex I (s). 697 of 18. August 1995 on electrical equipment and electrical security systems for use in explosive atmospheres.

section 7. Where the owner or user is mentioned in the notices like this the notice refers to, must the owner or user be understood as the company's operator.

Equipment for equipment

§ 8. Equipment of fixed offshore installations. which are covered by Directive 98 /37/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22. June 1998 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to machinery, which have been placed on the market or put into service for the period from 1. January 1995, until 29. in December 2009, shall be in accordance with Chapter 2 of the notice. 561 of 24. June 1994 on the introduction of technical assistance

Stk. 2. Equipment of fixed offshore installations covered by Directive 2006 /42/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17. May 2006 on machinery and amending Directive 95 /16/EC (recast) and placed on the market or commissioning from the 29th. in December 2009, shall be in accordance with Chapter 2 of the notice. 612 of 25. June 2008 on the introduction of technical assistance

Stk. 3. Raise the tools and games not covered by paragraph 1. 1, shall be in accordance with the order of publication no. 1101 of 14. In December 1992 on the hejs and games and sections 63 and Annex XII in the order of publication no. 612 of 25. June 2008 on the introduction of technical assistance

Stk. 4. Centrifuges which are not covered by paragraph 1. 1, shall be in accordance with the order of publication no. 776 of 25. In November 1991, centrifuges.

§ 9. Bolteguns and their accessories which are in accordance with the order of publication no. 621 of 11. In December 1975 on the decor and use of bolt guns and their accessories, may be placed on the market and put into service until the 29th. June 2011.

§ 10. Equipment that does not comply with existing EU legal legislation on the establishment and establishment and labelling, or which provide for safety and health hazels, whether or not they meet this ; Whereas legislation may not be placed on the market or provided for the use of solid offshore installations.

Pressure equipment

section 11. Applies to pressure vessels covered by Council Directive 76 /767/EEC of 27. July 1976 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the common determination of pressure vessels and control methods for these, as amended by Directive 88 /665/EEC of 21. December 1988, Council Directive 84 /525/EEC of 17. September 1984 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to seafarable gas cylinties of steel, Council Directive 84 /526/EEC of 17. September 1984 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to loose gas cylinks of the aluminium and aluminium alloy, as well as Council Directive 84 /527/EEC of 17. September 1984 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the weighted gas cylinks of non-alloy steel, these pressure vessels shall be in accordance with the order of publication no. 564 of 1. July 1997 on certain Community directives on pressure vessels.

section 12. The application of simple pressure vessels shall be subject to the Council Directive 87 /404/EEC of 25. June 1987 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to simple pressure vessels, as amended by Council Directive 90 /488/EEC of 17. September 1990 and Council Directive 93 /68/EEC of 22. in July 1993, these simple pressure vessels shall be in accordance with the order of publication no. 565 of 24. Directive 97 /23/EC of the European Parliament and Council Directive 97 /23/EC of 29 shall be used in June 1994 on a simple pressure container.

§ 13. Applicable pressure equipment is used in the application of In May 1997 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to pressure equipment, this equipment must be in accordance with the order of publication no. 743 of 23. September 1999 on the introduction of pressure equipment and the notice of notification no. 99 of 31. January 2007 on the construction, construction and repair of pressure equipment.

section 14. Direction and periodic inspection of pressure equipment must be carried out in accordance with Chapters 1 to 8 and the transitional provisions in § § 38 and 41 of the notice no. 100 by 31. January 2007 on the use of pressurist equipment.

Stk. 2. Risk-based inspection in accordance with recognised practices of pressure equipment may be used as an alternative to the rules of periodic inspection, cf. paragraph 1, provided that the operator is satisfied that this does not lead to a significantly increased safety or health risk.

Stk. 3. For the exchange of records, the periodic examinations shall be carried out in accordance with paragraph 1. Paragraph 1 shall not require segregation for inward inspection regardless of section 11 (4). 3, and Annex 1 (2.4) of the notice shall be no. 100 by 31. In January 2007, the use of pressure equipment.

section 15. is used to use transportable pressure equipment covered by Council Directive 1999 /36/EC of 29. In April 1999 on transportable pressure equipment, this equipment must be in accordance with the order of the Directive, 289 of 24. April 2001 on transportable pressure equipment.

Stk. 2. Applicable aerosols covered by Council Directive 75 /324/EEC of 20. May 1975 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States concerning aerosols, as amended by Commission Directive 94 /1/EC of 6. In January 1994, these aerosols shall be in accordance with the order of the Commission. 844 of 30. September 1994 on aerosols, cf. Chapter 4 of the notice. 289 of 24. April 2001 on transportable pressure equipment.

Elevators

section 16. Applicable elevators covered by Directive 95 /16/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to lifts as amended by Directive 2006 /42/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17. In May 2006, on machinery and amending Directive 95 /16/EC, they shall be in accordance with the order of publication No 2 ; 678 of 27. June 2008 on the orientation of lifts.

Exterior use in explosive atmospheric atmospheres

section 17. Mechanical equipment covered by Council Directive 94 /9/EC of 23. In March 1994 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to material and insurance systems for use in explosive atmosphercations, shall be in accordance with Chapter 2 of the Notice No 2. 696 of 18. August 1995 on the introduction of technical remedies for use in explosive atmospheres.

Stk. 2. Electrical equipment covered by Council Directive 94 /9/EC of 23. In March 1994 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to material and insurance systems for use in explosive atmosphercations, shall be in accordance with Chapters 2 to 5 of the notice. 697 of 18. August 1995 on electrical equipment and electrical security systems for use in explosive atmosphere.

Authorised bodies

section 18. By designating notified bodies, third party bodies and approved bodies to be notified to the European Commission to carry out the fixed procedures for conformity assessment, etc. of the products covered by the provisions relating to simple pressure vessels, the introduction of pressure equipment, transportable pressure equipment, and the orientation of lifts and so on shall be published. 674 of 30. June 2005 on the appointment of notified bodies, etc. use.

Stk. 2. The designation of notified bodies for type-approval etc. of equipment for use in explosive atmospheres shall be used in Section 16 of the notice. 696 of 18. In August 1995, the introduction of technical aids for use in explosive atmospheres and Chapter 4 of the Notice No 2. 697 of 18. August 1995 on electrical equipment and electrical security systems for use in explosive atmospheres.

Supervision, surveys and control tasks, etc.

section 19. The DEA oversees matters covered by this notice and carries out the investigations and control tasks that have been attributable to the Labor or Security Board.

Stk. 2. Surveys and surveys and inspection tasks requiring special expertise may be carried out by notified bodies, inspection bodies or experts to the extent that not in this notice has been laid down by other provisions ; for the performance of the tasks concerned. The notified bodies shall be understood to be undertakings referred to in Section 18. Inspection bodies and experts shall mean establishments as defined in section 1 (1). 2, no. 7 and 11, in the notice. 100 by 31. 1 January 2007 on the use of pressure equipment.

Dispensation, punishment and entry into force, etc.

section 20. The DEA may, where special conditions are available, dispensers from this notice, where it is considered reasonable and suitably safe and in terms of health and safety, and to the extent that it is compatible with the directives that are implemented by this notice.

, 21. Unless higher penalties have been washed after the off-shore security law or other legislation shall be punished by fine by the violation of section 8 13, section 14 (4). 1, section 15 -17, 23 or 24.

Stk. 2. for breach of the provisions of paragraph 1. 1 may be charged with an employer ' s liability in the framework of the section 71 of the Offshore Security Act, even if the infringement cannot be attribucible to the employer as deliberate or negligent. It is a condition of the liability that the infringement may be attributed to one or more to the company connected to the company or the company as such. Such executor liability shall not be fixed at any conversion.

Stk. 3. Companies can be imposed on them. (legal persons) punishable by the rules of the penal code 5. Chapter. The provision of the section 71 (3) of the Offshore Safety Act. 3, shall apply mutatis mutitis.

section 22. The announcement will enter into force on 4. July 2008.

Stk. 2. Bekendtstatement no. 1219 of 17. October 2007 on the installation of fixed-offshore equipment

section 23. Equipment, which is corrected before 1. In July 2006, either be in accordance with this notice or the rules which were in force, as the equipment was corrected, cf. however, paragraph 2.

Stk. 2. Equipment that are repaired or rebuilt to a degree that can be equated with new orientation must be in accordance with this notice.

section 24. Pressure equipment that is covered section 11 15, which, after the date of entry into force of this notice, shall be adjusted in accordance with the transitional rules laid down in the notices referred to in Section 11 15, either be in accordance with this notice or the previous rules.

Stk. 2. Lifts covered by Section 16, which, after the entry into force of this notice, shall be adjusted in accordance with the transitional rules laid down in the notice referred to in section 16, either be in conformity with this notice or the previously applicable.

Stk. 3. Equipment covered by section 17 on equipment for use in explosive atmospheres and placed on the market and taken into operation by 30. In June 2003, either be in accordance with this notice or the previous rules in force.

Section 25. The energy management approvals of experts announced before it is applicable ; 1. In November 2007, their validity shall remain valid until they expire or lapses in accordance with the transitional provisions.

Climatic and Energy Ministry, 26. June 2008Connie Hedegaard / Ib Larsen
Officially Notes

1) The announcement contains provisions that implement parts of Council Directive 75 /324/EEC of 20. 1 May 1975, (EC Official 1975 # Regulation (EC) No 147 (L 147), as amended by Council Regulation (EC) No 147, 807/2003 of 14.  April 2003, (EU Official Journal 2003) No L 122, page 36), Council Directive 76 /767/EEC of 27. July 1976, (EC Official Journal) no. In 262, page 153, as last amended by Council Directive 2006 /96/EC of 20. November 2006, (EU-Official Journal of the European Journal. L 363, page 81), Council Directive 84 /525/EEC of 17. September 1984, (EC Official Journal, 1984 # L 300, page 1), Council Directive 84 /526/EEC of 17. September 1984, (EC Official Journal, 1984 # L 300, page 20), Council Directive 84 /527/EEC of 17. September 1984, (EC Official Journal, 1984 # L 300, page 48), Council Directive 87 /404/EEC of 25. June 1987, the Official Journal of the European Communities. In 220, page 48, as last amended by Council Directive 93 /68/EEC of 22. July 1993, the Official Journal of the European Communities. In 220, page 1, Directive 94 /9/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23. 1 March 1994, (EC Official Journal 1994) Regulation (EC) No 1, 100, page 1, as amended by Regulation (EC) No 2 of the European Parliament and of 1882/2003 of 29. September 2003, (EU Official Journal 2003) In the case of Directive 95 /16/EC of 29, the European Parliament and Council Directive 95 /16/EC. June 1995, the Official Journal of the European Communities. Directive 213, page 1, as last amended by Directive 2006 /42/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council. May 2006, (EU Official Journal of 2006) No In 157, page 24, Directive 97 /23/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29. May 1997, (EC Official Journal of 1997) Regulation (EC) No 1, 181, page 1), as amended by Regulation (EC) No 2 of the European Parliament and 1882/2003 of 29. September 2003, (EU Official Journal 2003) (EL) Directive 98 /37/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 shall be : June 1998, the Official Journal of the European Communities. Directive 207, page 1, as last amended by Directive 2006 /42/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council. May 2006, (EU Official Journal of 2006) No In 157, page 24, and Council Directive 1999 /36/EC of 29. April 1999, (EC Official Journal No 2) No In 138, page 20, as amended by Commission Directive 2002 /50/EC of 6. June 2002, (EC Official Journal 2002 No L 149, page 28).