Ordinance On The Import, Manufacture, Storage, Transfer, Acquisition And Use Of Fireworks And Other Pyrotechnic Articles

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om indførsel, fremstilling, opbevaring, overdragelse, erhvervelse og anvendelse af fyrværkeri og andre pyrotekniske artikler

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Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 scope of Chapter 2 Definitions and categories of Chapter 3 Importation and manufacture of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles Chapter 4 location, décor and use by enterprises and places where manufactured fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles Chapter 5 Storage and handling of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles Chapter 6 assignment of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles and the sale of certain chemicals Chapter 7 acquisition of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles Chapter 8 the use of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles Chapter 9 Chapter 10 common rules for applications, permissions and approvals Chapter 11 cancellation and withdrawal of authorisations and permissions, as well as modification of terms Chapter 12 control and enforcement etc.
Chapter 13 Chapter 14 Criminal redress provisions Chapter 15 entry into force and transitional provisions Annex 1 The full text of the Ordinance on the import, manufacture, storage, transfer, acquisition and use of fireworks and other pyrotechnic artikler1) under section 1, paragraphs 4 and 6, § 2, paragraph 5, § 3, nr. 1-7 and no. 9-13, section 3a, paragraph 3 and 4, § 5, article 7, paragraph 2, and section 11 of Act No. 193 of 24. May 1972 on fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles, as amended by Act No. 1096 of 21. December 1994, law No. 458 out of 10. June 2003, law No. 1060 by 9. November 2005 and law No. 1600 by 20. December 2006, shall be established under the authority: Chapter 1 scope § 1. This Ordinance shall apply to the importation, manufacture, storage, transfer, acquisition and use of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles.
(2). The Decree also lays down age limits for the sale of certain chemicals.
(3). Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles shall comply with the requirements of Ordinance No. 1422 by 16. December 2009 on requirements for Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles.
(4). Approval of party fyrværkere must be done in accordance with the rules set out in Decree No. 1426 of 16. December 2009 for approval as a party fyrværker.
(5). For persons who are nationals of an EU or EEA country or in a country with which the EU has entered into an agreement on access for the pursuit of regulated professions, and as temporary or occasional wishes to exercise a profession or carries on profession as party fyrværker in Denmark, or intending to establish themselves as a party fyrværker in Denmark, the Decree No. 1422 by 16. December 2009 concerning the authorisation and exercise of the profession as a party fyrværker in the light of foreign professional qualifications.
§ 2. Requirements for permits or approvals under this Ordinance shall not apply to public authorities, provided that the authorities at their normal work need the importation, manufacture, transfer, acquisition, use or storage of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles, see. section 6, paragraph 1.
Chapter 2 Definitions and categories section 3. For the purposes of the provisions of this order, the following definitions shall be added to the Base: 1) pyrotechnic article: an article containing explosive substances or an explosive mixture of substances intended to develop heat, light, sound, gas or smoke or a combination thereof using exothermic chemical reactions, which keeps itself in time.
2) Fireworks: Pyrotechnic articles intended for entertainment.
3) Professional Fireworks: Fireworks which are intended for use by persons who have approval as a party fyrværkere or scene fyrværkere, and which are not covered by the concept of human consumption Fireworks.
4) Scene Fireworks: pyrotechnic articles intended for indoor or outdoor stage use, including in the context of film and television productions and the like. (Fireworks in category T1 and T2).
5) Consumption Fireworks: Fireworks which are intended for use by consumers.
6) Annual Fireworks: Fireworks which are intended for human consumption throughout the year.
7) Party fyrværker: Person who has approval to handle and use professional fireworks.
8) Scene fyrværker: Person who alone has approval to handle and apply stage Fireworks.
9) Other pyrotechnic articles: pyrotechnic articles other than fireworks, including pyrotechnic articles for vehicles.
10) Manufacturer means any natural or legal person who designs or manufactures a pyrotechnic article, or who allow such article construct or produce under his own name or trademark in order to market it.
11) Importer means any natural or legal person established in the EU, and which brings a pyrotechnic article originating in a third country in circulation in the EU as part of its business activities.
12) Distributor: means any natural or legal person in the supply chain, who makes a pyrotechnic article available on the market as part of its business activities.
13) notified body: Body designated to carry out the assessment of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles comply with the essential safety requirements.
14) distance: distance selling as defined in the Act on certain consumer agreements.
15) Transport classification: The combination of a subclass and a unite equality group, as an article, there is complete packaged for shipment, must be attributed to pursuant to the European Agreement concerning the international carriage of dangerous goods by road (ADR).
16) Container: Shipping container or storage container.
17) Package section: A container placed in the open air, a building or room, examining the packaging of single items.
18) Sales place: Area, disk, table, desk or similar, where sale and extradition takes place.
19) Outer safety distance: the required distance from the fireworks warehouse to any residential building as well as for building or activity, as the company is irrelevant.
20) Scale: Pyrotechnic mixtures in bulk form or as pyrotechnic units in Fireworks articles, whose function is to produce a sound effect or as proliferation rate.
21) EASY: Net explosive stofmængde.
Categories of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles § 4. Fireworks are divided into the following categories: 1) Category 1: Fireworks which present a low hazard and minimal noise level, which is intended for use in confined areas, including Fireworks physically for indoor use in homes.
2) Category 2: Fireworks which present a low hazard and low noise level, which are intended for outdoor use in physically demarcated areas.
3) Category 3: Fireworks which present a medium risk, which are intended for outdoor use in large open areas, physical. Noise level of these articles may not be harmful to health.
4) Category 4: Fireworks which present a high risk, which is intended to only be used by the party fyrværkere. Noise level of these articles may not be harmful to health.
5) Category T1: Scene Fireworks with low risk.
6) Category T2: Scene of fireworks, which are intended to only be used by persons who are approved as scene-or party fyrværkere.
(2). Other pyrotechnic articles are divided into the following categories: 1) Category P1: pyrotechnic articles other that is associated with low risk.
2) Category P2: pyrotechnic articles other that is intended to only be handled or used by persons with special knowledge about those articles.
§ 5. Human consumption Fireworks consist of: 1) Fireworks of category 1, 2) Fireworks of category 2, 3) fountains in category 3 with an easy up to 750 grams and 4) Batteries and combinations in category 3 with total EASE of up to 1000 grams, if the elements involved, can be categorized as category 2. Batteries and combinations may not contain sub-elements, which consists in the Fireworks, that are constructed with pure percussion effects such as firecracker, Firecracker, Firecracker with double flash bang and bang frogs, or fireworks, which are constructed with percussion effect as the dominant power.
(2). Annual fireworks display is made up of Bengal torches, mopeds, isfontæner, handheld sparklers, non-handheld sparklers, drag bordbomber, party poppers, firecrackers, dogs clots, percussion band and percussion caps, in so far as those articles are within the scope of category 1.
§ 6. Professional fireworks is made up of: 1) Fireworks of category 3, there is no human consumption Fireworks, see. § 5, 2) Fireworks of category 4 and 3) stage fireworks of category T1 and T2.
Chapter 3 Importation and manufacture of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles Business approval section 7. The producing or introducing Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must be approved by the Danish safety technology authority, see. § 1, paragraph 1.
(2). Paragraph 1 shall not apply to the manufacture and import of the annual Fireworks and pyrotechnic articles intended for use as a trigger mechanism in security equipment and even oppusteligt rescue equipment.
(3). Approval in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be communicated to the company's business in the manufacture or importation of, respectively, the category 1-4 Fireworks, stage Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles.
§ 8. In order to get an approval under section 7 (1), the applicant must demonstrate that the company has designed a quality management system that is tailored to the company's business area, which includes: 1) Description of the company's workspace and workflow.
2) Procedure for execution of self-monitoring that the articles are fully functional and not damaged after the transport, and that the articles comply with the labelling requirements, as well as other specific requirements.
3) Procedure for handling of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles, including description of the company's work practices.
4) Procedure for ensuring that the requirements for the storage of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles are respected.
5) Procedure for ensuring that the requirements for records of deliveries of products, sale and warehouses. § 55, are complied with.
6) list of employees ' professional knowledge relating to Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles, including the procedure for ensuring maintenance of employees ' professional knowledge.
7) Procedure for handling deviations and execution of corrective actions.
8) Procedure for the company's own verification of the quality system suitability and effectiveness.
(2). The quality system must be documented in the form of a manual or a collection of documents on a systematic and orderly way gives an account of the conditions referred to in paragraph 1. Documentation can be stored electronically.
(3). The Danish safety technology Authority may lay down detailed guidelines for compliance with the conditions referred to in paragraph 1.
(4). The Danish safety technology Authority may grant derogations from the in (1) and (2) of the said conditions.
§ 9. In order to get an approval under section 7 (1), the applicant must, in addition to it in § 8 listed, document: 1) that there are employees of the company, in the form of pyrotechnic training or experience have relevant professional knowledge about the requirements for the construction, handling and storage of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles in relation to the company's business area, and 2) to the imported or manufactured fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles can legally be kept.
(2). The Danish safety technology Authority may lay down detailed guidelines for compliance with the information referred to in paragraph 1, no. 1, the said condition.
(3). The Danish safety technology Authority may grant a derogation from the information referred to in paragraph 1, no. 1, the said condition.
§ 10. Approval in accordance with § 7 paragraph 1, shall be communicated on terms of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles imported or manufactured, meets the requirements of the Ordinance on requirements for Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles, and that articles only be entrusted to companies or individuals who can legally acquire the relevant articles.
(2). Approval under section 7 (1), notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 1 shall be communicated to the manufacture and importation of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles which are not legally can be put into circulation in Denmark. Approval is granted as an independent approval and may be granted on the following conditions: 1) That all imports and transfers of articles that are not legally can be put into circulation in Denmark, 14 days before importation or transfer is notified to the Security Agency.
2) that the export of articles, which is not legally marketed in Denmark, documented across from the Danish safety technology authority pursuant to the Agency's directions.
§ 11. Public authorities are exempt from the requirements of permits and approvals in accordance with this Ordinance pursuant to section 2, shall give notice to the Municipal Council, when they produce Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles, see. section 6, paragraph 2.
Chapter 4 location, décor and use by enterprises and places where manufactured fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles § 12. Location, layout and the use of undertakings and places where manufactured fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must not happen without municipal Board's permission.
(2). Authorisation in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be supplied by the Municipal Council in the municipality, where production takes place. Authorisation shall be granted after consultation from the Danish safety technology authority and communicated as a general authorisation.
Chapter 5 Storage and handling of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles General provisions § 13. Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles must not be stored without the Municipal Board's permission, see. However, paragraph 2.
(2). Paragraph 1 shall not apply to: 1) Storage of no more than 5 kg EASY drinking Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles pursuant to the European Agreement concerning the international carriage of dangerous goods by road (ADR) are transport classified as 1.3 G 1.4 G or 1.4 s.
2) retail Storage of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles intended for human consumption, if storage is done in accordance with section 20 and section 21.
3) Storage of pyrotechnic trigger mechanisms, which are mounted in security equipment and inflatable life-saving equipment.
4) Storage aboard the ships of type-approved appliances distress signals, line down the street and other pyrotechnic articles intended for rescue purposes.
(3). In cases where paragraph 2, nr. 2, applies, the storage of fireworks is notified to the Municipal Council in the municipality where the storage must take place. Notification must be submitted to the local authority no later than 14 days before storage commences.
§ 14. Authorization under section 13, paragraph 1, is given by the Municipal Council in the municipality where the storage must take place.
(2). Authorization under section 13, paragraph 1, for the storage of a total quantity of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles, which means that the storage covered by the environmental protection agency's Ordinance on the control of major-accident hazards involving dangerous substances, shall be notified by the local Council after consultation by the Security Agency.
§ 15. Application for permission under section 13, paragraph 1, must be accompanied by the necessary drawings, a description of the company's employment practices and by storage conditions.
(2). Authorization under section 13, paragraph 1, for the storage in retail consumption of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles shall be notified as authorization for the period from 24. November up to and including 1. February the following year. There may, however, require authorization for the storage of Fireworks all year all year.
§ 16. Public authorities are exempt from the requirements of permits and approvals in accordance with this Ordinance pursuant to section 2, shall give notice to the local authority when they store Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles, see. section 6, paragraph 2.
§ 17. By any kind of storage of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles must caution. Storage must be in accordance with the rules laid down in the technical requirements set out in annex 1.
§ 18. The Danish safety technology Authority may grant a derogation from the rules laid down in the technical requirements of annex 1, if particular circumstances justify, and where it is deemed security properly.
Accountability in connection with the storage of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles for the other section 19. Anyone who has permission to store Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles see. section 13, paragraph 1, and which stores Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles for others, must inform the person concerned of: 1) the interbranch organisations, as the holder of the permit is a member of, 2) contact information on the Municipal Council, which has granted permission for storage, see. section 13, paragraphs 1 and 3) any PII and guarantees, as the holder of the authorisation has taken out or made, contact details of the insurer or guarantor and the information on the insurance or guarantee geographical coverage.
(2). If that gets stored Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles request it, the holder of the authorization shall provide information on the rules governing the storage of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles, and how that access them.
Storage and handling in the retail section 20. There must be no second Fireworks stored at the retail level than human consumption Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles falling within the scope of P1, and which, in accordance with the European Agreement concerning the international carriage of dangerous goods by road (ADR) are transport classified as 1.3 G 1.4 G or 1.4 s.
(2). Fireworks may only be available in sales premises and at points of sale at the retail level in the period from the 1. December up to and including 31 December 2002. December.
(3). In the period from 24. November up to and including 30 June. November retail Fireworks must be kept in continuous transport packaging in an adjacent room or at another approved location at the retail level.
(4). In the period from the 1. January through the 1. February to Fireworks stored in an adjacent room or at another approved location at the retail level.
(5). Paragraphs 2 to 4 shall not apply to the annual fireworks display.
§ 21. In the shops there shall be kept: 1) 12.5 kg EASY drinking Fireworks and other pyrotechnics at the point of sale in a store selling local, 2) 12.5 kg EASY of all year firework in the sales room at a distance of at least 5 metres from the point of sale, and 3) 12.5 kg EASY drinking Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles in adjacent rooms that are separated from the sales room and with hermetic door therefor If there is in the premises not found flammable liquids or F-gas, or 4) 25 kg EASY drinking Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles in adjacent rooms that are separated from the sales room and with tight-fitting die for that purpose, provided that the premises are not flammable fluids or F-gas and other flammable warehouses.
Chapter 6 assignment of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles and the sale of certain chemicals Consent to assignment of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles
§ 22. Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles shall not be transferred without the Municipal Board's permission, see. Article 2, paragraph 1.
(2). Paragraph 1 shall not apply to human consumption, Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles within the scope of category P1.
§ 23. Authorisation for the transfer of professional fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles of category P2, see. section 22, paragraph 1, shall be communicated by the Municipal Council of the municipality in which the applicant has an establishment or, failing that, where the applicant is domiciled. Authorisation shall be granted as a general authorisation.
(2). If the applicant does not have a place of business or residence in Denmark, shall be communicated to the permission of the Municipal Council in the municipality where the transfer is to take place.
The transfer of human consumption Fireworks section 24. Human consumption Fireworks may only be sold in retail sales in the period 1-31. December, see. § 2, paragraph 3.
(2). Paragraph 1 shall not apply to the annual fireworks display.
§ 25. Human consumption Fireworks may only be sold to, or otherwise made available to persons over the age of 18 years, see. However, paragraph 2.
(2). Annual Fireworks may be sold or otherwise made available to persons over the age of 15 years.
(3). Outlets shall be provided with clear signs of age limits for their sale, see. paragraph 1-2.
section 26. Human consumption Fireworks may not be sold in self-service without prejudice. However, paragraph 2.
(2). Paragraph 1 shall not apply to the annual fireworks display.
§ 27. Retail sales of fireworks by remote sale for human consumption must be reported to the Safety Agency. Notification must be made at least 14 days before, remote sales commence.
(2). The notification referred to in article 6. paragraph 1 shall contain an indication of what Fireworks articles sold. The notification shall also contain information on how to ensure that the ban on sales to persons under the age of 15 years and 18 years, respectively, of the basic regulation. section 25 are complied with.
section 28. Suppliers of fireworks to the retail level must ensure that included a guide on Danish on the handling and storage of fireworks in the store and in the warehouse.
(2). At the time of any transfer or assignment of fireworks to consumers to the transferor of the Fireworks ensure that included a general safety information on Danish on matters relating to the handling, storage and use of fireworks.
The transfer of professional fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles section 29. The authorised under section 22 (1), for the assignment of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles shall, before the transfer takes place, make sure evidence that the transferee has to acquire the Fireworks, see. section 31, paragraph 1, or to transfer to a public authority governed by § 2.
(2). The documentation referred to in article 6. paragraph 1 shall be kept for a period of 5 years.
Sale of certain chemicals section 30. The following chemicals shall only be sold to persons aged 18 or over: (2). Chlorates, Perchlorates and nitrates of sodium, potassium, calcium, ammonium or barium.
(3). Potassium permanganate.
(4). Red and yellow phosphorus.
(5). Sulphur.
(6). Aluminium, magnesium and zinc powder.
Chapter 7 acquisition of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles section 31. Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles must not be acquired without municipal Board's permission, see. Article 2, paragraph 1.
(2). Paragraph 1 shall not apply to human consumption, Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles within the scope of category P1.
(3). Paragraph 1 shall not apply to the acquisition of type approved statutory distress signals and line toss apparatus for ships, if the acquisition happens with ship victualling-dealers or distributors of marine equipment on presentation of valid identification and documentation for construction in the ship register or the fleet register or other evidence of possession of a ship.
(4). Approved scene-and party fyrværkere, however, must acquire the articles that their approval entitles them to handle and use.
(5). Paragraph 1 shall not apply to testing laboratories, which are recognized for testing and assessment of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles, when the acquisition occurs as part of the assessment and testing. Paragraph 1 shall also not for notified bodies.
section 32. Authorization for acquisition of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles within the scope of category P2, see. section 31, paragraph 1, shall be communicated by the Municipal Council of the municipality in which the applicant has an establishment, or, failing that, where the applicant is domiciled. Authorisation shall be granted as a general permission in accordance with what follows from paragraphs 3-4.
(2). If the applicant does not have a place of business or residence in Denmark, shall be communicated to the permission of the Municipal Council in the municipality where the transfer is to take place.
(3). General authorisation for the acquisition of fireworks in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be notified, when the applicant can demonstrate that the acquisition is effected for the purpose of resale, and that the applicant is in possession of persons with special knowledge on handling and use of these types of fireworks.
(4). Authorisation to acquire other pyrotechnic articles in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be notified as General or as stand-alone authorization when: 1) the applicant is in possession of individuals with a particular knowledge of the handling and use of pyrotechnic articles of that type, and the candidate has a particular need for the acquisition, including because the acquisition is effected for the purpose of resale, or 2) the applicant has a special knowledge of the handling of the relevant articles, and has a particular need for the acquisition , including because the acquisition is effected for the purpose of resale.
Chapter 8 the use of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles Permit the use of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles § 33. Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles may not be used without the permission of the Board of Directors municipal regulation. Article 2, paragraph 1.
(2). Paragraph 1 shall not apply to human consumption Fireworks, see. However, § 43.
(3). Paragraph 1 shall not apply to the use of other pyrotechnic articles, provided they are used for the purpose for which they are intended.
(4). Paragraph 1 and paragraph 3 shall not apply to testing laboratories, which are recognized for testing and assessment of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles, when the application is done as part of the assessment and examination, as well as for notified bodies.
§ 34. Authorization under section 33, paragraph 1, to the use of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles, issued by the Municipal Council in the municipality where the fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles must be used.
(2). Authorization under section 33, paragraph 1, to the use of fireworks shall be notified as individual authorisation for each event. without prejudice to article. However, paragraph 3. There may, however, be applied for and authorization for multiple consecutive comparable events.
(3). Permission for use in connection with the own checks without prejudice. section 35, nr. 1, or the use of the basic regulation. section 37 (1) (8). 1, and section 37, paragraph 2, shall be notified as a general authorisation.
section 35. Authorization under section 33, paragraph 1, to the use of professional fireworks is communicated when: 1) the applicant can demonstrate a special interest in the use of fireworks, e.g. when the Fireworks used in the entertainment establishments, is wanted in connection with party-similarities and the like, or in connection with the execution of self-monitoring, see. section 8 (1) (8). 2, and 2) the applicant is approved party fyrværker or documents that have entered into an agreement with an approved party fyrværker on the use of fireworks.
§ 36. Application for authorisation of the use of fireworks, see. section 33 (1) shall be in addition to what follows from § 37-§ 39, contain information about: 1) name and address of the applicant, 2) where fireworks claimed in the 3) when Fireworks claimed in the 4) which Fireworks articles, including the amount of any air bombs to be used, how it is ensured that 5) requirements in § 40, § 41, § 46, § and § 49-47 § 54 are met, and 6) an indication of the name and approval number of the approved party fyrværker to manage the application as well as the names of party fyrværkerens any helpers.
Permission for use of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles which do not meet the requirements of the Ordinance on requirements for Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles section 37. Authorization under section 33, paragraph 1, to the use of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles which do not meet the requirements of the Ordinance on requirements for Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles shall be notified, when the applicant is the holder of a permit for the manufacture or importation of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles, see. section 7, paragraph 1, and where the applicant can demonstrate that the articles: 1) only to be used for commercial purposes, e.g. when they are to be used as part of the company's own checks, see. section 8 (1) (8). 2, or 2) to be used for exhibition or demonstrationsmæssige purposes.
(2). Authorisation in accordance with paragraph 1 may similarly be communicated to holders of an authorisation for use in the manufacture of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles, where the fireworks are manufactured for the purpose of research, development and testing.
section 38. Permit under section 37, paragraph 1, no. 2, communicated in terms of that visible signage clearly indicated: 1) name and date for the relevant trade fair, exhibition or demonstration, 2) to the relevant Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles not in conformity with the requirements of the Ordinance on requirements for Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles, and
3) that the articles cannot be acquired before the manufacturer or importer has placed articles in accordance with the requirements of the Ordinance on requirements for Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles.
§ 39. Permit under section 37, paragraph 2, shall be notified on the terms of that visible signage clearly indicated that: 1) that Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles not in conformity with the requirements of the Ordinance on requirements for Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles, and 2) articles can not be acquired for purposes other than research, development and testing.
General rules for use of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles § 40. By any use of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles shall be taken to minimize the risk of damage to persons and values and inconvenience to the surrounding environment.
§ 41. Use of fireworks must not be carried out in less distance than 100 meters from the farm buildings with the keeping of animals, dog kennels and other animal husbandry as well as areas with udegående animals.
§ 42. The Municipal Council for a designated geographical area can prohibit or impose terms and conditions for any use of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles in the open air in a specified period, provided that this due to drought or other special conditions are considered necessary in order to reduce the risk of fire or other damage.
Special rules for the use of human consumption Fireworks section 43. Human consumption Fireworks may only be used in period 1. December-5. January, see. § 2 (4).
(2). Paragraph 1 shall not apply to the annual fireworks display.
(3). Paragraph 1 shall not apply if the fireworks are used professionally by an approved party fyrværker.
(4). Paragraph 1 shall not apply to companies and individuals who are approved for use in the manufacture or importation of human consumption Fireworks, when the fireworks are used as part of own checks without prejudice. section 8 (1) (8). 2. the provisions of paragraph 5. Paragraph 1 shall not apply to recognised test laboratories for testing and assessment of Fireworks articles, when the application is done as part of the assessment and examination, as well as for notified bodies.
§ 44. Application under section 43, paragraph 3 and 4, shall be reported to the Municipal Council in the municipality where fireworks claimed in the.
(2). Review of application under section 43, paragraph 3, should be sent to the local authority no later than 14 days before, Fireworks claimed in the.
(3). Review of the application in accordance with article 43, paragraph 4, should be sent to the local authority no later than 14 days before, Fireworks claimed in the first time.
§ 45. For the purposes of human consumption Fireworks applies beyond that implied by section 40 and section 41 the following: 1) use of human consumption Fireworks must not take place in less distance than: (a) 100 m) from buildings with easily flammable roofs, stacks or other storage in the open air of flammable substances, including Fireworks, larger Edition of wood, fuel, flammable packaging and similar, edition of flammable liquids , F-gas or above-ground natural gas installations, and (b)) 100 m from conifer stands, Heather-clad areas or other flammable vegetation.
2) use of rockets must not take place in less distance than: (a)) 10 metres from the buildings ' openings, b) 200 metres from buildings with easily flammable roofs, stacks or other storage in the open air of flammable substances, including Fireworks, larger Edition of wood, fuel, flammable packaging and similar, edition of flammable liquids, F-gas or above-ground natural gas installations, and (c)) 200 metres from conifer stands , Heather-clad areas or other flammable vegetation.
(2). In the wind's direction in paragraph 1 shall be doubled, nr. 1 and 2, specified distances.
(3). Paragraphs 1 and 2 shall not apply to the annual fireworks display.
§ 46. Fyrværkeres commercial use of human consumption at party fireworks will find the requirements in § § § 54-47 and 49 apply mutatis mutandis.
General rules for use of professional fireworks section 47. Through the use of professional fireworks applies, in addition to the resulting from § 49-§ 54, following: 1) Fireworks articles must use maximum provide a sound pressure level at 120 dB (AImax) measured at the barricades to the audience.
2) Fireworks, which are constructed with percussion effect as the dominant effect, shall not be used. However, salut bombs (aerial bombs with pure percussion effect) with a diameter of up to 75 mm and percussion effects designed for use as a stage Fireworks.
section 48. Through the use of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles which are not in conformity with the requirements of the Ordinance on requirements for Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles, the Municipal Council the procedures for application after received the opinion of the Danish safety technology authority.
Special rules for the use of scene Fireworks section 49. Using scene Fireworks applies, in addition to the resulting from § 40 and § 41, following: 1) Scene Fireworks to be stored securely in a closed wooden box or approved transport packaging outside the room where the fireworks are to be used, until the fitting takes place.
2) the articles shall only be taken out of the packaging immediately before installation.
3) wires on the articles to the electric blasting system must be short-circuited until installation.
4) During the installation of the electric blasting system to stage Fireworks to the power supply to the amplifiers, speakers and other electrical instruments be either interrupted or secured so that they cannot lead to accidental ignition.
5) tobacco smoking and use of open fires are not allowed during installation and use of fireworks.
6) on the spot where the fireworks are mounted and used or in the immediate vicinity of this, there must be at least one hand spray battery or one pressurized water extinguisher, see. the General provisions of annex 1, item 1.14 to. 1.20 about fire-fighting equipment. A powder extinguisher or CO2 extinguisher can be used for extinguishing fires in electrical equipment.
7) application of scene Fireworks may only take place in rooms where the ceiling height is at least 4 meters. When the fireworks are listed, the area at a distance of at least 3 meters for all pages secured by fencing or other means, so that extraneous hindered access.
(2). By applying the rules in section will find outdoor Fireworks scene 47 and section 50 – section 54 also apply.
Special rules for the use of professional fireworks in categories 3 and 4 of section 50. Through the use of professional fireworks in category 3 and 4 shall apply in addition to the resulting from § 40 and § 41, following: 1) the application must be made at an operating range that is effectively sealed off from the audience.
2) Amount and the size of the used Fireworks must be adapted to the given conditions at the site, where the fireworks are to be used.
3) launchers for rockets, opskydningsrør to air bombs, ground to the fountains and the like must be of a sufficiently solid construction and securely pinned for example by burial or by assurance with Guy lines.
4) there must be unobstructed view across the fenced off area.
5) Traffic over the fenced hunting area from which the fireworks are used, see. Nr. 1 is prohibited for persons other than the winding-up of the Fireworks necessary. The ban applies from the time of setting up the Fireworks starts and until the lists are removed after the burning.
6) Protective caps over the fuses should only be removed immediately before igniting it.
7) Rockets and aerial Fireworks must always launched in the direction away from the audience and eventual settlement.
8) after use, all components must be checked for any forsagere. Forsagere must be removed and disposed of properly.
9) on the spot where the fireworks are used or near this, there must be at least one hand spray battery or one pressurized water extinguisher, designed for extinguishing a fire in Fireworks, see. the General provisions relating to fire-fighting equipment in annex 1, paragraph 1.14-1.20.
§ 51. Through the use of professional fireworks in categories 3 and 4, the following safety distances are complied with: 1) parterre Fireworks, which shall mean fireworks, who by the application stays at ground level with the audience: at least 15 meters to the crowd in all directions.
2) By Fireworks with air bombs at a maximum of 60 mm in diameter or corresponding articles: at least 25 meters to the crowd in all directions.
3) By Fireworks with air bombs over 60 mm and of not more than 100 mm in diameter or corresponding articles: at least 50 meters to the crowd in all directions.
4) Fireworks with air bombs over 100 mm and not more than 150 mm in diameter or corresponding articles: at least 100 meters to the crowd in all directions.
5) By Fireworks with air bombs on more than 150 mm and not more than 200 mm in diameter or corresponding articles: at least 200 meters to the crowd in all directions.
(2). In the wind's direction in paragraph 1 shall be doubled, nr. 1-5, specified distances, when the wind speed exceeds 5 meters per second.
§ 52. Do not use air bombs with greater than 200 mm or diameter cylinder bombs that weigh over 4 kg, unless the local authority, after consultation by the Security Agency, gives permission to do so.
§ 53. Rockets have only fired at positions where the Steering rods are guaranteed not to cause injury.
§ 54. Installation and use must not be carried out in less distance than 1) 10 meters from the buildings ' openings,
2) 200 metres from buildings with easily flammable roofs, stacks or other storage in the open air of flammable substances, including Fireworks, larger Edition of wood, fuel, flammable packaging and similar, edition of flammable liquids, liquefied petroleum gas or natural gas installations and overground 3) 200 meters from conifer stands, Heather-clad areas or other flammable vegetation.
Chapter 9 the obligation to keep a record and to notify theft § 55. The manufacturing, introducing or transferring Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles shall keep records of deliveries of products, sale and warehousing of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles with the evidence: 1) Manufacturer.
2) Distributor.
3) Fyrværkeriets category as well as the quantity and type of the individual articles.
4) date of acquisition and transfer.
5) Name and address of the transferee of the Fireworks or pyrotechnic articles, as well as documentation for the acquirer to acquire the Fireworks or pyrotechnic articles, see. section 31 (1).
6) Documentation for CE-marking or SIK-number.
(2). Paragraph 1 shall not apply to the retail trade in human consumption Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles of category P1.
(3). The Danish safety technology Authority may grant a derogation from the requirement referred to in paragraph 1, as regards other pyrotechnic articles.
section 56. The authorized for use by professional fireworks shall keep records of received shipments with documentation in the same manner as under section 55 (1) (8). 1-4. the provisions of paragraph 2. In addition to the information referred to in paragraph 1, the records include information about the individual events with indication of: 1) time and place of the event.
2) Used Fireworks, including information about the category, type and quantities of used Fireworks.
§ 57. In section 55 and section 56 referred records shall be kept for a period of 5 years and shall, on request, shall be forwarded to the inspection authority. Storage and transmission can be done electronically.
§ 58. The importing, manufacturing, storing, transferring, acquiring, or using professional fireworks, must immediately notify the theft or other loss of articles to the police.
Chapter 10 common rules for applications, permissions and approvals section 59. The Danish safety technology authority and the Municipal Council can provide security and ordensmæssige conditions for authorisations and permissions granted by virtue of this be-kendtgørelse as well as conditions for ensuring compliance with the law on fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles or this notice.
section 60. Reviews and applications for authorisations and permissions after this announcement, including the application for registration or application necessary documentation-documentation, etc., can be submitted to the competent authorities electronically.
section 61. The Danish safety technology Authority will send as soon as possible, acknowledgement of receipt of an application for an approval pursuant to section 7, paragraph 1, the importation of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles. The receipt must include information on access to justice, procedural time limit laid down in paragraph 2 and in paragraph 3-4 mentioned conditions.
(2). The Danish safety technology authority shall take a decision on the approval, pursuant to section 7, paragraph 1, no later than 3 months after receipt of the application and complete documentation, see. section 8, section 9 and section 63.
(3). The time limit referred to in paragraph 2 may be extended only once if the complexity of the case justifies it. The Danish safety technology authority must, before the expiry of the time limit referred to in paragraph 2, to justify the extension opposite the applicant and inform a new deadline as to when a decision will be taken.
(4). Although the Danish safety technology authority does not respond within the specified in paragraph 2 or paragraph 3 specified time limit, the applicant may not consider the approval as notified.
§ 62. The local authority will send as soon as possible, acknowledgement of receipt of an application for authorisation for storage pursuant to section 13, paragraph 1, to the acquisition under section 31, paragraph 1, or to apply under section 33, paragraph 1. The receipt shall contain information on complaint option, whether in paragraphs 2-4 mentioned processing deadlines and in paragraph 5 and 6 mentioned conditions.
(2). The Municipal Council decides on permission for storage pursuant to section 13, paragraph 1, no later than 1 month after receipt of the application and complete documentation, see. section 15, paragraph 1, and section 63.
(3). The Municipal Council decides on an authorisation to acquire in accordance with section 31, paragraph 1, no later than 1 month after receipt of the application and complete documentation, see. section 32 (3) and (4).
(4). The Municipal Council decides on permission for use under section 33, paragraph 1, no later than 14 days after receipt of the application and complete documentation see. § 35-section 37.
(5). The time limit referred to in paragraph 2 and paragraph 3 of this article may be extended only once if the complexity of the case justifies it. The Municipal Council must, before the expiry of the time limit to justify the extension opposite the applicant and inform a new deadline as to when a decision will be taken.
(6). Even if the local authority does not respond within the specified in paragraph 2-5 time-limits, the applicant may not consider the permission as given.
section 63. It is a condition of obtaining approval for importation and manufacture of fireworks under section 8, paragraph 1, authorisation for storage pursuant to section 13, paragraph 1, or permission to transfer under section 22, paragraph 1, that: 1) the applicant has not been convicted of the offence justifies a nearby danger of abuse of the authorization referred to in article 6. Penal Code section 78, paragraph 2.
2) Applicant documents to be authorities, see. § 2 a, paragraph 1, no. 2.3) the applicant has not been revoked its permission according to § 66.
4) Candidate documents not to be under bankruptcy or winding-up proceedings referred to in article 6. section 2 (a), paragraph 3.
(2). Authorization to transfer is also subject to the condition that the applicant has itself or its disposal staff with specialist knowledge about the type of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles.
(3). The applicant is a company, it is referred to in paragraph 1, no. 1 requirements referred to as well for the company, as the company's owner or ceo, and in paragraph 1, no. 2, the said requirements apply to company's owner or ceo.
(4). In addition to those in paragraphs 1 to 3, those conditions should the conditions laid down in Chapter 3, 5 and 6 must be met.
section 64. As evidence for the requirement set out in section 63 (1) (8). 1, are met, can the Danish safety technology authority or the Municipal Council, with the agreement of the applicant, obtain information from kriminalregistret. Who can obtain information about decisions, including where there is sentenced to a fine of 1000 kr or adopted. or more.
(2). Refusal of approval under section 7 (1), or permission under section 13 (1) or section 22 (1), justified by the fact that the applicant does not comply with the condition set out in section 63 (1) (8). 1, shall, at the request of the applicant or of the authority be challenged before the courts by the prosecution, see. Penal Code section 78, paragraph 3. The matter is dealt with in the code of criminal procedure forms, see. section 2 (a), paragraph 2.
Chapter 11 cancellation and withdrawal of authorisations and permissions, as well as modification of the conditions of section 65. Authentication and authorization granted under section 7, paragraph 1, article 12, paragraph 1, article 13, paragraph 1, and section 22, paragraph 1, will lapse if the holder of the approval or the authorisation comes into receivership or liquidation, see. § 2 a, paragraph 4.
(2). The authority which has granted the approval or the authorisation may, however, on application, authorize the temporary continuation of the business or profession. Such authorisation may be granted for a period of up to 3 months. The Danish safety technology Authority may extend this period in such a way that the business or profession may be continued for up to a year in total, see. § 2a, paragraph 4.
§ 66. The authority which has granted an Enterprise authentication, see. § 7 (1), a consent to the placement, layout and use by businesses or places where manufactured fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles pursuant to section 12 (1), a permit for the storage of the basic regulation. section 13 (1), a consent to a transfer, see. section 22 (1) or an authorisation to acquire, without prejudice. section 31, paragraph 1, may revoke approval or authorisation if there is serious or repeated violations of the law on fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles, by regulations issued pursuant to the law on fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles or of the conditions for approval referred to in article 6. Article 2a, paragraph 5, provided that it is demonstrated fact justifies a nearby danger for abuse of position or profession. The revocation can be made for a period of between 1 and 5 years.
(2). Under the same conditions as referred to paragraph 1, an authentication or authorization or the conditions of an approval or permission changed.
(3). Revocation and amendment of the terms, see. (1) and (2) can only happen if the application of less coercive measures are not sufficient, and if the revocation is proportionate to the purpose.
(4). Cancellation of an authorisation or permission, see. paragraph 1, and the change of a conditions laid down pursuant to paragraph 2 may at any time be lifted upon application by the authority which has taken the decision on the revocation or amendment of the terms of a permit.
(5). A decision concerning revocation pursuant to paragraph 1 must, at the request of the holder of the approval or permission be brought before the courts by the prosecution in accordance with the procedure laid down in the criminal code, section 78, paragraph 3. The matter is dealt with in the code of criminal procedure forms. Request for the right to apply to the courts for a decision on the revocation does not have suspensive effect, unless the authority or the Court determines this. Decision on revocation of an approval or authorization, without prejudice. (1) where for the same acts punishable by dom, however, are taken by the courts, see. section 79 of the criminal code.
Chapter 12 control and enforcement etc.
section 67. The Danish safety technology authority for supervision and monitoring of compliance with the provisions of this Ordinance, without prejudice. section 3 (a), paragraph 1.
section 68. The Municipal Council controls and supervision of: 1) transfer, acquisition and use of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles.
2) location, layout and the use of companies and sites outside of the retail stage, where it is stored or manufactured fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles, see. section 3 (a), paragraph 2.
(2). The Municipal Council may at any time require that stores or produces Fireworks, presents evidence that the articles are properly classified according to transport European Agreement concerning the international carriage of dangerous goods by road (ADR).
(3). As the documentation in accordance with paragraph 2 may be required reports of tests carried out in accordance with the UN's Recommendations on ´ the transport of Dangerous Goods, Manual of Tests and Criteria.
(4). Cost of documentation and implementation of tests, see. paragraph 3 shall be borne by the one that stores or produces Fireworks.
section 69. Control and supervision under section 67 and section 68 can be performed at all, who have been a part of marketing, and the Danish safety technology authority and the Municipal Council has at any time without court order against proper identification access to companies that produce, introduce, store or transfer Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles, see. Article 4, paragraph 1.
section 70. The holder of a permit or authorisation to manufacture, introduce, store, transfer, acquire, or use Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles, as well as distributors of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles which are exempted from the permit requirement under section 22 (2), at the request of the Danish safety technology authority, or local authority shall be obliged to provide all the information necessary for the verification referred to in article 6. section 67 and paragraph 68 of the basic regulation. Article 4, paragraph 2.
(2). The holder of a permit or authorization issued in accordance with the law on fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles or this notice, of its own motion has also obliged to report to the authority which has granted the approval or authorisation of any changes to the information given in connection with the issue.
§ 71. The Danish safety technology Authority may issue injunctions: 1) compliance with the requirements for maintenance and operation of the quality assurance system referred to in article 6. § 8.
2) adherence to the requirement of the presence of the employees in the company that in the form of pyrotechnic training or experience have relevant professional knowledge about the requirements for the construction, handling and storage of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles in relation to the company's business area, see. § 9 (1) (8). 1.3) compliance with the terms of an approval or authorization granted under section 7 (1).
(2). Municipal Board of Directors may grant injunctions: 1) Observance of the terms of a permit, see. § 13.
2) Better signage at retail locations, see. Article 25, paragraph 3 3) compliance with the requirements set out in annex 1.
section 72. If the use of a permit or authorisation is deemed to pose special fire hazard or risk for persons, property or the environment, the Danish safety technology authority or the Municipal Council can lay down a prohibition of exploitation of the approval or permission, until the danger is eliminated, see. § 3 (b), paragraph 1.
(2). Ban notified pursuant to paragraph 1 shall take effect immediately. Ban on the use of a permit for the manufacture and storage of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles provided pursuant to paragraph 1 must, at the request of the holder of the approval or the authorisation be challenged before the courts of the authority which took the decision.
section 73. Municipal Board of Directors ' supervision pursuant to section 68, paragraph 1, no. 2, should be performed at least every two years. If supervision is found a significant deficiency, which is estimated to involve special fire hazard or risk for persons, property or the environment, shall be renewed supervision within one year. Is the absence of minor importance, it may be ordering the remedying of the defect within a specified period. After the deadline and no later than the next leading municipal control of supervision that the order is complied with.
(2). The Municipal Council shall submit each year a report to the Security Agency on the control and supervision of the work performed pursuant to section 68, paragraph 1, no. 2. The report shall contain information on the number of enterprises and localities in the municipality that is subject to the inspection obligation pursuant to section 68, paragraph 1, no. 2, the number of companies that were responsible for providing the relevant year, control the number of scrutinies distributed on companies as well as information on the number of announced orders and prohibitions under section 71, paragraph 2, and section 72, paragraph 1.
Chapter 13 appeal section 74. Decisions to be adopted pursuant to this Ordinance cannot be brought before another administrative authority, see. However, paragraph 2.
(2). Decisions on refusal of corporate approval pursuant to section 7, paragraph 1, with the exception of decisions on refusal justified by the fact that the applicant has been convicted of the offence justifies a nearby danger of abuse of the approval or permission, see. section 63 (1), within 4 weeks from the date of the decision is notified to be referred to the EAB of the which the decision relates.
Chapter 14 penalties § 75. With fine punished anyone who: 1) contrary to section 7 (1), manufacturing or introducing Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles without Security authorization, 2) in contravention of section 12 (1), positioning, aligning and user establishments and places where manufactured fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles, without the permission of the Board of Directors, municipal 3) in contravention of section 13, paragraph 1 shall keep Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles without municipal Board's permission , 4) fails to provide the information referred to in § 19 5) in contravention of section 22 (1), entrusts the fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles without authorization of the Board of Directors, municipal 6) contrary to section 31 (1) acquires Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles without municipal Board's permission, 7) contrary to section 33, paragraph 1, use Fireworks without municipal Board's permission, 8) in contravention of section 33 (3), using other pyrotechnic articles for other purposes than the purpose they are intended for.
9) violates a prohibition issued under section 42, 10) using Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles in contravention of section 45-§ and § 49-47 § 54, 11) using professional fireworks without being approved by the Danish safety technology authority to which party-or fyrværker, to use that particular scene, Fireworks, 12) fails to keep records as specified in section 55, paragraph 1, and section 56, 13) in contravention of section 58 fails to report theft or other loss of professional fireworks to the police , 14) in contravention of section 70 (1), fails to provide the necessary information for the control.
15) fails to make reporting as specified in section 70, paragraph 2, 16) fail to comply with orders issued pursuant to section 71, 17) violates a prohibition issued under section 72, paragraph 1, 18) contrary to section 13, paragraph 3, section 27, paragraph 1, and section 44 (1), fails to make notification to the Municipal Council, 19) violates section 17, section 18, section 20, section 21, § 24, § 25, § 26, § 28 , section 29, section 30, section 43, paragraph 1, and section 57, or 20) violates conditions laid down pursuant to § 10, section 38, § 39, paragraph 42, section 59 and paragraph 66 (2).
(2). Penalty can by aggravating circumstances rise to imprisonment for up to 2 years if the infringement was committed intentionally or through gross negligence, where the infringement is: 1) caused substantial damage to persons, property or the environment or caused danger for doing so, or 2) achieved or intended an economic advantage for the person himself or others, including savings.
(3). That can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) criminal liability in accordance with the provisions of the criminal code 5. Chapter.
Chapter 15 entry into force and transitional provisions § 76. The notice shall enter into force on 4 February. July 2010.
§ 77. Authorisations and permissions granted pursuant to bekendtgoerelse nr. 729 of 4. July 2008 on fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles, as repealed by Decree No. 1423 of 16. December 2009 on requirements for Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles, or order No. 1061 by 11. November 2005 on fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles, as repealed by Decree No. 729 of 4. July 2008 on fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles, retain their validity, see. However, paragraph 2.
(2). Product approval granted pursuant to the notices referred to in paragraph 1 shall lapse in accordance with the provisions of Decree No. 1423 of 16. December 2009 on requirements for Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles.
§ 78. On importation, manufacture, transfer, acquisition and application of new year's Eve Fireworks approved by the Danish safety technology authority pursuant to bekendtgørelse nr. 729 of 4. July 2008, as repealed by Decree No. 1423 of 16. December 2009 on requirements for Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles, or order No. 1061 by 11. November 2005 on fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles, as repealed by Decree No. 729 of 4. July 2008 on fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles, including rules about drinking Fireworks.
(2). New year's Eve Fireworks approved by the Danish safety technology authority pursuant to bekendtgørelse nr. 729 of 4. July 2008, as repealed by Decree No. 1423 of 16. December 2009 on requirements for Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles, or order No. 1061 by 11. November 2005, as repealed by Decree No. 729 of 4. July 2008 on fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles shall during storage in accordance with the technical requirements set out in annex 1, shall be considered as drinking Fireworks.

The Danish safety technology authority, the 16. December 2009 Jacob Schmidt/Lene Knüppel Annex 1 technical requirements for sales, handling and storage of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles 1 General provisions 1.1 Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles may only be stored in buildings or in containers. Storage at sales points in the open is, however, permitted, provided that the storage is done in accordance with the rules for doing so.



 

Buildings and land of the free, used for the storage, manufacture or handling of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles must be located, constructed and used in such a way as to minimize the risk of fires occur, that the fires are spreading, to personal injury takes place, that large values are being destroyed, and fire occurs in the context of other injury is reduced as much as possible, as well as to ensure sound rescue and fire extinguishing capabilities.



 
 


1.2 the owner, user, or one of these designated daily responsible leader, must ensure that these regulations are complied with.



 
 


1.3 By total storage of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles with the different trans-portklassifikation find the rules for the strictest transport classification application, taking the total amount assigned to this transport classification.



 
 


1.4 Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles which do not have a transport classification that is approved by the Danish safety technology authority or any other competent authority in accordance with the European Agreement concerning the international carriage of dangerous goods by road (ADR), is considered to be transport classified as 1.1 G.



 
 


1.5 The provisions specified in building structures, etc., must be in accordance with the Danish enterprise and construction authority's building regulations as well as with the relevant requirements contained in these technical regulations.



 
 


1.6 the provisions specified in the construction products and building elements must either be classified according to the European fire classification system, as evidenced by the European Commission decisions 2000/147/EC, 2000/367/EC and 2001/671/EC and its subsequent amendments or legally be classified according to the current Danish fire classification system at the time of construction.



 
 


1.7 the Buildings, which are sold, handled or stored Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles must not have thatched roof.



 
 


1.8 in places where there are handled and stored Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles shall not be provided for the transmission.



 
 


1.9 Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles must be placed at least 2 meters away from any heat source.



 
 


1.10 electrical installations in areas with Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles must be arranged in accordance with strong power order.



 
 


1.11 Motor gear, including trucks, must not constitute a source of ignition;.



 
 


1.12 Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles shall be stored and handled in closed transport packaging that meets the requirements of the European Agreement concerning the international carriage of dangerous goods by road (ADR), unless otherwise provided for in these regulations.



 
 


 

Packaging must be original or be of the same type and at least the same quality as the original packaging.



 
 


1.13 Security signs shall be carried out in accordance with those of the Labour Inspectorate drew up regulations on safety signs.



 
 


1.14 pressurized water extinguishers shall in respect of the device comply with the Danish working environment service's notice on arrangement of pressure equipment, implementing European Parliament and Council Directive No. 97/23/EC.



 
 


 

Pressurized water extinguishers shall meet the requirements of a 3 with regard to fire-fighting ability, but must at least be of type 13 (A).



 
 


 

Pressurized water extinguishers, lawfully taken into use and meets the requirements of DS 2120 or an equivalent recognised standard with regard to fire-fighting ability, can continue to be used provided that they are of not less than 9 litres.



 
 


1.15 pressurized water extinguishers shall be inspected and maintained in accordance with the requirements of DS 2320.



 

Pressurized water extinguishers shall be inspected at least once a year and must be marked with a label affixed by the supervisors, who have carried out supervision. Year and month of the last supervision must appear on the label.



 
 


1.16 water-filled hose reels must be carried out according to EN 671-1.



 
 


1.17 water-filled hose reels must be inspected and maintained in accordance with the requirements of EN 671-3.



 
 


1.18 hand spray batteries must be checked and maintained in accordance with the fire technical guide No. 6, published by Danish fire and Security-Technical Institute.



 
 


1.19 fire-fighting equipment shall be affixed in a visible and easily accessible places, at URf.eks. at the entrances to the rooms, etc.



 
 
1.20 firefighting equipment that is placed in locations where there is a risk of sub-zero temperatures, must be frost-proof.



 
 


1.21 the space for offices for fire-fighting equipment should be marked with safety signs.



 
 


1.22 Sprinkler systems must be carried out, controlled and maintained in accordance with the provisions of the Danish enterprise and construction authority's building regulations.



 
 


2 Sale, handling and storage at the retail level of drinking Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles which are classified as 1.3 G, 1.4 transport G or 1.4 S 2.1 General provisions 2.1.1 Exhibited articles at points of sale for human consumption do not contain pyrotechnic Fireworks rate. However, this does not apply for the annual fireworks display.



 
 


 

Non-pyrotechnic articles rate must bear clear labelling thereof, URf.eks. by marking with "dummy" or "dummy".



 
 


2.1.2 On storage locations shall not be carried out other than that unwrapping is done in connection with the procurement of articles from anbrudte packages with a view to extradition, see. However, paragraph 2.9.3.



 
 


2.1.3 may not be packing of single articles in assortment bags or packaging of all of the packages for shipment, without prejudice. However, point 2.1.4 and v2.9.7.



 
 


2.1.4 Whatever the provision in section 2.1.3 must be carried out fyrværkeriar-packing of articles for the purpose of return.



 
 


2.1.5 At the point of sale and in adjacent rooms to be drinking Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles shall be kept in closed transport packaging, in træskabe, in gathering orede metal cabinets or in wooden boxes or gathering orede boxes with hermetic lids. Doors and gates to the cabinets and boxes should be opened only when pasting or procured items.



 
 


2.2 Shops 2.2.1 Municipal Council (Danish national rescue preparedness) may establish terms and conditions for the location and decor of the place of sale for human consumption, Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles in the shop, where this is considered necessary in order to ensure the safe rescue and fire extinguishing capabilities in the event of fire.



 
 


2.2.2 Shops, which sold for human consumption Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles shall not have common escape route or other indoor access area with other stores. However, this does not apply to shops, which alone sold all year firework.



 
 


2.2.3 At point of sale in a store selling local, the total amount of consumption Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles shall not exceed 12.5 kg EASY.



 
 


2.2.4 in addition to the Fireworks articles referred to in 2.2.3 there must in the sales room at a distance of at least 5 metres from the point of sale shall be stored a total quantity not exceeding 12.5 kg EASY year-round Fireworks.



 
 


2.2.5 in adjacent rooms that are separated from the sales room and fitted with a minimum of tight-fitting die for this purpose have kept a total quantity not exceeding 12.5 kg EASY drinking either: Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles, where the premises are not flammable fluids or F-gas or 25 kg EASY drinking Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles, where the premises are not flammable liquids, F-gas or other flammable warehouses.



 
 


2.2.6 human consumption Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles may not be sold by self-service. However, this does not apply to all-year-round Fireworks.



 
 


2.2.7 points of sale for human consumption Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles should not be placed in the buildings ' escape routes or access roads.



 
 


2.2.8 On points of sale for human consumption must not be placed closer than 1 meter fireworks from the transmission.



 
 


2.2.9 in the immediate vicinity of the point of sale shall be provided at least one hand spray battery, one pressurised water closes water-filled hose or one win.



 
 


2.2.10 in adjacent rooms where stored human consumption Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles, see. point 2.2.5 must be provided in the immediate vicinity of the warehouse of human consumption Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must be kept available at least one hand spray battery, one pressurised water closes water-filled hose or one win.



 
 


2.2.11 conduct in section 2.9 shall be respected.



 
 


2.3 Layout and location of the point of sale in the free set up in association with the store 2.3.1 By point of sale in the open air must not be sold other than human consumption Fireworks and safety equipment.



 
 


 

At the point of sale, the total amount of consumption fireworks shall not exceed 50 kg EASY.



 
 


2.3.2 Sales place in the open air, which negotiated human consumption Fireworks must have a distance to neighbouring divisions as well as road and stiskel of at least 10 metres.



 
 


Distance from point of sale 2.3.3 to combustible vegetation, such as URf.eks. trees, shrubbery and the like must be at least 10 metres.



 
 


2.3.4 the area within 10 meters from point of sale must not be used for any other purpose, including parking and the like.



 
 


2.3.5
Point of sale in the open must be positioned in relation to other buildings, installations, or the like, for which there are established rules about minimum distances to neighbouring divisions, to the distance equal to the sum of the distances, they each must have for neighbouring divisions.



 
 


 

The required distance to building will lapse if the building's outside wall on the side where the point of sale is placed, is designed as a minimum class EI 60-M A2-s1, d0 ("heavy" BS-60 design) without doors and Windows within a distance of 10 meters from the place of sale.



 
 


2.3.6 At sales outlets must not be placed closer than 1 fireworks consumption meters from transmission.



 
 


2.3.7 Drinking Fireworks must be protected against inclement weather.



 
 


2.3.8 If point of sale can be furnished in a tent, container or similar, there must be at least 1 escape route directly to the neutral zone. Exceed sales site frontage length 10 meters, however, must be at least 2 means of escape direct to the neutral zone.



 
 


2.3.9 in the immediate vicinity of the point of sale shall be provided at least one hand spray battery, one pressurised water closes water-filled hose or one win.



 
 


2.3.10 conduct in section 2.9 shall be respected.



 
 


2.4 Storage of transport classified 1.3 G fireworks all year, 1.4 G or 1.4 S and other pyrotechnic articles, there are transport classified as 1.4 G or 1.4 S, in building 2.4.1 shall not exceed 500 kilograms shall be kept EASY by year-round Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles of each fire section. However, the amount of annual Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles of transport classified 1.3 G and 1.4 G, a maximum of 250 kg EASY-of the total amount.



 
 


2.4.2 in the storage room, which held annual Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles transport classified 1.4 G and 1.4 S, must not store a) potable Fireworks, b) other pyrotechnic articles, which is not transport classified 1.4 G or 1.4 S, c) flammable liquids or d) F-gas.



 
 


2.4.3 Fire sections, providing storage for year-round Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must have a distance to neighbouring divisions as well as road and stimidte of at least 2.5 m, if either exterior unadorned wall surfaces at least is clothing class K1 10 B-s1, d0 (class 1 clothing) or 5 m, if exterior unadorned wall surfaces is inferior clothing class K1 10 B-s1, d0 (class 1 clothing).



 
 


2.4.4 Fire sections, providing storage for year-round Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must be positioned in relation to other buildings, installations, or the like, which laid down rules on the minimum distances from neighbouring divisions, to the distance equal to the sum of the distances, they each must have for neighbouring divisions, see. However, points 2.4.5 and 2.4.6.



 
 


2.4.5 There must be a distance of at least 100 meters from the fire section's openings to the outside to other buildings as well as for larger openings flammable warehouses. However, point 2.4.6.



 
 


 

The said distances meted out from ports bottom frames and at an angle of 135 ° to both sides from these.



 
 


2.4.6 Spatial requirement for other buildings ' openings will lapse, and the distance to larger flammable issue reduced to 10 metres, where a) openings be provided with a device which at any time hinder ejection of annual Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles by fire, or (b)) who alone shall be kept either year-round Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles classified as 1.4 S transport.



 
 


2.4.7 Storage must be done in space with floor in terrain level not exceeding 600 m2. Floor, ceiling and walls must be constructed of at least class EI 60 A2-s1, d0 (non-load-bearing separating BS-building 60).



 
 


 

If tagundersiden make up the room's ceiling, roof structure can be carried out as an easy construction of incombustible materials, however, is the use of wooden beams and wooden ceiling allowed.



 
 


 

If tagundersiden make up the room's ceiling, roofing you must not be constructed of materials which are quickly rendered ineffective by heat from a fire, URf.eks. fiber cement. However, this does not apply if that alone kept a) annual Fireworks or b) other pyrotechnic articles classified as 1.4 S transport.



 
 


2.4.8 surfaces of ceilings and walls must be carried out as at least class K1 10 B-s1, d0 (class 1 clothing).



 
 


2.4.9 door (s) to other spaces shall be at least class EI2 60-C (BD-die 60).



 
 


2.4.10 From storage space there must be at least two independent escape routes located in or immediately at the opposing ends. From premises without sprinkler systems, there must be at least one door directly to the open air in terrain height.



 
 


 

Spaces exceeding 15 m² can, however, be provided with only one flight vejsdør, which should lead directly to the open air in terrain height.



 
 


2.4.11 There must not be more than 25 metres to the nearest exit.



 
 


2.4.12 Exits and doors from storage room must open outwards.
Exits and doors in escape routes all the way to the open air in terrain height in flight direction could easily be crossed at any point without the use of a key or special tool.



 
 


2.4.13 in storage space shall be provided at least one hand spray battery, one pressurised water closes water-filled hose or one win.



 
 


2.4.14
The code of conduct set out in section 2.9 shall be respected.



 
 


2.5 Storage of transport classified 1.3 G fireworks all year, 1.4 G or 1.4 S and other pyrotechnic articles, there are transport classified as 1.4 G or 1.4 S, in each edition of the annual container 2.5.1 fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles shall not exceed 500 kg EASY, see. point 2.5.5.



 
 


 

The amount of annual Fireworks transport classified 1.3 G and 1.4 G or other pyrotechnic articles of transport classified 1.4 G, however, must not exceed 250 kg EASY in a 20 foot container and 120 kg EASY in a 10 foot container of the total volume.



 
 


2.5.2 There do not use containers that are longer than 20 feet.



 
 


2.5.3 Containers, providing storage for year-round Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must have a distance to neighbouring divisions as well as road and stimidte at least 5 m and not less than 2.5 metres from the road and stiskel.



 
 


2.5.4 Containers, providing storage for year-round Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must be positioned in relation to other buildings, installations, or the like, for which there are established rules about minimum distances to neighbouring divisions, to the distance equal to the sum of the distances, they each must have for neighbouring divisions, see. However, the paragraphs 2.5.5-2.5.10.



 
 


2.5.5 By reducing the required distance between two or more containers with the edition of the annual Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles, regarded these as a single Edition.



 
 


 

The Municipal Council (Danish national rescue preparedness) may, however, permit the distance separating two containers shall be reduced by the establishment of a flammeskærm between the containers. Flammeskærmen shall be designed and positioned in such a way as to produce a after municipal governing Board (rescue overall) estimates sound brandmæssig separation.



 
 


2.5.6 at a distance of at least 10 meters from the container, there should not exist any kind of combustible vegetation, such as URf.eks. trees, shrubbery, and the like.



 
 


2.5.7 Area at a distance of at least 10 meters from the container shall not be used for other purposes, including parking or similar.



 
 


2.5.8 Containers with year-round Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must be located at a distance of at least 15 metres from major flammable issue in the open, without prejudice. However, points 2.5.9 and 2.5.10.



 
 


2.5.9 the container must be placed in such a way that the doors of the container turns away from the buildings ' openings and more flammable warehouses that are located less than 100 meters from the container, see. However, paragraph 2.5.10.



 
 


 

The said distances meted out from the container door sill and at an angle of 135 ° to both sides of this.



 
 


2.5.10 the requirement in section 2.5.9 of position lapses, however, if a) openings shall be stamped with a device at any time hinder ejection of annual Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles by fire, or (b)) who alone shall be kept either year-round Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles classified as 1.4 S transport.



 
 


2.5.11 Containers with year-round Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must not be stacked or placed in an extension of each other. Containers, set side by side, must be placed in parallel with døråbningerne in the same direction.



 
 


2.5.12 in containers shall be provided at least one hand spray battery or one pressurised water closes.



 
 


2.5.13 conduct in section 2.9 shall be respected.



 
 


2.6 Storage of human consumption transport classified 1.3 G fireworks, 1.4 G or 1.4 S and other pyrotechnic articles which are classified as 1.3 G, transport in building 2.6.1 the total amount of consumption Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles in the building must not exceed 250 kg EASY.



 
 


2.6.2 If stored year-round Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles of transport classified as 1.4 G or 1.4 S in conjunction with human consumption Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles of transport classified as 1.3 grams, the provisions of this section apply to the total amount of stored.



 
 


2.6.3 Space providing storage for human consumption Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles shall not be used for any other purpose.



 
 


2.6.4 Drinking Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles must not be stored in buildings used for residential purposes, or in buildings with premises covered by the Emergency Agency's operational requirements or technical requirements referred to in article 6. However, section 2.2.



 
 


2.6.5 Space providing storage for human consumption Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles must have a distance of at least 5 metres to neighbouring divisions as well as road and stimidte and a minimum of 2.5 meters to the road and stiskel.



 
 


2.6.6 Space providing storage for human consumption Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles must be positioned in relation to other buildings, installations, or the like, for which there are established rules about minimum distances to neighbouring divisions, to the distance equal to the sum of the distances, they each must have for neighbouring divisions, see. However, points 2.6.7-2.6.10.



 
 


2.6.7 Space providing storage for human consumption Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles must have a distance of at least 40 metres to the other buildings used for residential purposes, as well as to buildings with premises covered by the Emergency Agency's operational requirements.



 
 


2.6.8
There must be a distance of at least 100 meters from the storage room's openings to the outside to other buildings as well as for larger openings flammable warehouses. However, item 2.6.9.



 
 


 

The said distances meted out from ports bottom frames and at an angle of 135 ° to both sides from these.



 
 


2.6.9 Provided storage room do not have openings facing other buildings ' openings or against major flammable issue, or if the openings provided with a device which at any time hinder ejection of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles by fire, the distance to other buildings ' openings and to more flammable issue is reduced to 40 meters. The distance of 100 meters, however, must be retained for hard evakuerbare buildings or areas.



 
 


2.6.10 The distance between buildings with Edition of drinking Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must be at least 10 metres.



 
 


2.6.11 Storage must be done in space with floor in terrain level not exceeding 600 m2. Floor and ceiling must be constructed of at least class EI 60 A2-s1, d0 (non-load-bearing separating BS-building 60) and walls must be constructed of at least class EI 60-M A2-s1, d0 (non-load-bearing separating BS-60 performed as part of the building heavy construction).



 
 


 

a) If tagundersiden represents paragraph's ceiling, roof structure, however, the inventory is carried out as an easy construction of incombustible materials, however, is the use of wooden beams and wooden ceiling allowed.



 
 


 

b) If tagundersiden make up the room's ceiling, roofing you must not be constructed of materials which are quickly rendered ineffective by heat from a fire, URf.eks. fiber cement.



 
 


2.6.12 surfaces of ceilings and walls must be carried out as at least class K1 10 B-s1, d0 (class 1 clothing).



 
 


2.6.13 Door (s) to other spaces must be at least EI2 60-C A2-s1, d0 (BS-die 60).



 
 


2.6.14 Floor must be flat and without cracks and must not give rise to electrostatic discharges.



 
 


2.6.15 Racks shall be constructed of wood, of surface treated metal or other material with similar properties.



 
 


2.6.16 Possible warming may only be carried out with water or low-pressure steam from the lighthouse, which is placed outside the storage room. Alternatively, used heating equipment, which is designed for placement in areas classified as a potentially hazardous area.



 
 


2.6.17 Space providing storage for human consumption Fireworks or pyrotechnic articles shall be provided with 2 escape route doors, one of which must lead directly to the open air in terrain height.



 
 


 

Spaces exceeding 15 m² can, however, be provided with only one flight vejsdør, which should lead directly to the open air in terrain height.



 
 


2.6.18 Which must not exceed 25 meters to the nearest exit.



 
 


2.1.19 Exits and doors from storage room must open outwards.



 
 


 

Exits and doors in escape routes all the way to the open air in terrain height in flight direction could easily be crossed at any point without the use of a key or special tool.



 
 


2.6.20 Space providing storage for human consumption Fireworks or pyrotechnic articles must be fitted with an automatic sprinkler system or with a system which ensures emergency preparedness the opportunity at a safe distance to connect fire-fighting equipment and thereby combating a fire in the room.



 
 


2.6.21 in storage room shall be provided at least one hand spray battery, one pressurised water closes water-filled hose or one win.



 
 


2.6.22 code of conduct set out in section 2.9 shall be respected.



 
 


2.7 Storage of human consumption transport classified 1.3 G fireworks, 1.4 G or 1.4 S and other pyrotechnic articles which are classified as 1.3 G, in the transport container 2.7.1 Which do not use containers that are longer than 20 feet.



 
 


2.7.2 in a 20 foot container there shall be kept for human consumption Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles with a total weight of 250 kg EASY, and in a 10 foot container there shall be kept for human consumption Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles with a total weight of 120 kg EASY.



 
 


2.7.3 If stored year-round Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles of transport classified as 1.4 G or 1.4 S in conjunction with human consumption Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles of transport classified as 1.3 grams, the provisions of this section apply to the total amount of stored.



 
 


2.7.4 Containers, providing storage for human consumption Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles shall not be used for any other purpose.



 
 


2.7.5 Containers, providing storage for human consumption Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must have a distance to neighbouring divisions as well as road and stimidte of at least 10 metres in length and not less than 2.5 meters to the road and stiskel.



 
 


2.7.6 Containers must be positioned in relation to other buildings, installations, or the like, for which there are established rules about minimum distances to neighbouring divisions, to the distance equal to the sum of the distances, they each must have for neighbouring divisions, see. However, points 2.7.7 – 2.7.13.



 
 


2.7.7 Containers, providing storage for human consumption Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must have a distance of at least 10 m.



 
 


 

The Municipal Council (Danish national rescue preparedness) may allow the distance separating the two containers shall be reduced by the establishment of a flammeskærm between the containers. Flammeskærmen shall be designed and positioned in such a way as to produce a after municipal governing Board (rescue overall) estimates sound brandmæssig separation.



 
 


2.7.8
At a distance of at least 10 meters from the container, there should not exist any kind of combustible vegetation, such as URf.eks. trees, shrubbery, and the like.



 
 


2.7.9 Area at a distance of at least 10 meters from the container shall not be used for other purposes, including parking or similar.



 
 


2.7.10 Containers with potable Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles must be located at a distance of at least 15 metres from major flammable issue in the open, without prejudice. However, points 2.7.12 2.7.13 and.



 
 


2.7.11 Containers, providing storage for human consumption Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must have a distance of at least 40 metres to the other buildings used for residential purposes, as well as to buildings with premises covered by the Emergency Agency's operational requirements or technical requirements.



 
 


2.7.12 Container must be placed in such a way that the doors of the container turns away from the buildings ' openings and more flammable warehouses that are located less than 100 meters from the container, see. However, paragraph 2.7.13.



 
 


 

The said distances meted out from the container door sill and at an angle of 135 ° to both sides of this.



 
 


2.7.13 If container provided with a device which at any time hinder ejection of drinking Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles by fire, the distance to the buildings ' openings and to more flammable issue is reduced to 40 meters. The distance of 100 meters, however, must be retained for hard evakuerbare buildings or areas.



 
 


2.7.14 Containers with potable Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles shall be effectively guarded so that unauthorized persons do not have unimpeded access. The guard, to be performed by non-combustible materials should be located at a distance of at least 2 metres from the container. Requirement shall be considered satisfied if the guard is in place around the entire repository with containers.



 
 


2.7.15 Containers with potable Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must not be stacked or placed in an extension of each other. Containers, set side by side, must be placed in parallel with døråbningerne in the same direction.



 
 


2.7.16. The container shall be fitted with a device which ensures emergency preparedness the opportunity at a safe distance to connect fire-fighting equipment and thereby combating a fire in the container.



 
 


2.7.17 in containers shall be provided at least one hand spray battery or one pressurised water closes.



 
 


2.7.18 conduct in section 2.9 shall be respected.



 
 


2.8 interior design and arrangement of the seats, which are stowed in containers, Fireworks and human consumption which arranged the sales spots in the open as a temporary place of business Temporary places of business must meet 2.8.1 the Danish Commerce and companies agency rules derogating from the requirement of a permanent Office for the sale of fireworks intended for use by consumers.



 
 


2.8.2 Square for location of sales outlets can be a circus space, a football pitch, a show ground or similar. Points of sale, however, must not be placed on seats surrounded by tall grandstands or other places with deteriorating flight-way relationship or risk of fire spread.



 
 


2.8.3 the points of sale must comply with the requirements set out in section 2.3, including the code of conduct set out in section 2.9.



 
 


2.8.4 Storage of potable fireworks in containers shall meet the requirements set out in section 2.7, including conduct in 2.9, with the exception of the provisions of paragraph 2.9.2.



 
 


2.8.5 delivery of drinking Fireworks to the square must be security securely after municipal governing Board (rescue overall) detailed estimates and, hence, that there is good access for vehicles, and that the delivery can be organised, so the crowd hindered access to move on access roads and land at the storage site in connection with the delivery.



 
 


2.8.6 at the entrance to the square must be parted with "tobacco smoking, the use of open fires and the burning of fireworks shall be prohibited". Signs shall be of such size that at a distance shall be informed of the ban.



 
 


2.8.7 It must be ensured that the audience doesn't have access to the area between the points of sale and the containers.



 
 


2.8.8 the point of sale shall be so arranged as to congestion are handled appropriately. escape routes, and that the disks are only accessible to a limited number of customers. In addition, the point of sale in such a way as to ensure that escape routes for the staff.



 
 


There must not be other activities 2.8.9 on space than storage and sale of fireworks intended for human consumption.



 
 


2.8.10 It must be ensured that the square is highlighted, if handled drinking Fireworks after sunset.



 
 


2.8.11 Empty packaging must be placed apart from human consumption and must be continuously removed from the Fireworks area.



 
 


2.8.12 It must be ensured that there is good vehicular for emergency preparedness for and in the square.



 
 


2.9 conduct 2.9.1 staff must be thoroughly instructed in the code of conduct and in the use and location of fire-fighting equipment.



 
 


2.9.2 By stacking on shelving the total height does not exceed 6 meters. The stacking height of the individual shelves must not exceed 2 meters. If no one used shelving, stacking height must not exceed 2 meters.



 
 


2.9.3
At storage locations, where there is sampling of articles from anbrudte packages, there shall be provided one broached the packages of each of the Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles sold in the shop or at the point of sale. Packages must be closed when no goods shall be taken.



 
 


2.9.4 tobacco smoking is prohibited on the sites, which are negotiated or store potable Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles.



 
 


2.9.5 firing of fireworks at sites where there are negotiated or store potable Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles are not allowed.



 
 


2.9.6 storage locations and outlets must be kept clean and tidy.



 
 


v2.9.7 Drinking Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles in defective packaging must be immediately packed in approved packaging, and any spillage be removed.



 
 


2.9.8 Sheds and containers must be kept locked when not inserted or procured items.



 
 


 

Fire doors fire doors, even 2.9.9 lid must not be put out of function, and the doors must not be maintained in the open position using hooks, hasps, wedges, automatic fire door closing plants etc. Automatic fire door closing plant may be used, provided that only stored a) annual Fireworks, b) potable Fireworks transport classified as 1.4 S and c) other pyrotechnic articles classified as 1.4 S transport.



 
 


2.9.10 It must be regularly checked, that door closing devices are operational, including that the doors close tightly in the Groove.



 
 


 

Signage 2.9.11 On repository in the building and outside of all doors to storage place in the building as well as through editions of the free must be clear and durable safety signs prohibiting smoking and the use of naked flames.



 
 


2.9.12 on the outer side of the doors of storage place in buildings and containers should be safety signs with text "DANGEROUS FIREWORKS".



 
 


2.9.13 Fire doors shall be fitted on both sides with the signboard that says "FIRE DOOR – closed".



 
 


 

Escape routes 2.9.14 escape routes must be free and tidy in their entire width.



 
 


2.9.15 Storage must be done in such a way that there is always unobstructed access to escape routes, including the run-way doors, which is not used in day-to-day operations.



 
 


3 Other storage than storage in retail of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles is classified 1.4 G or 1.4 S transport 3.1 General provisions 3.1.1 Floors in storage room or package section must be flat and without cracks and must not give rise to electrostatic discharges.



 
 


3.1.2 Shelving in storage room or package section shall be constructed of wood, of surface treated metal or other material with similar properties. To our Motel six tables must be flat and without cracks and must not give rise to electrostatic discharges.



 
 


3.1.3 ensure that there is good vehicular for emergency preparedness for and on the company.



 
 


3.2 Other storage in the building of up to 500 kg EASY Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles per fire section 3.2.1 Storage of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles shall comply with the provisions of section 2.6 of the basic regulation. However, points 3.2.2 – 3.2.7.



 
 


3.2.2 Edition and package section must be placed in a one-storey building.



 
 


3.2.3 Buildings with Edition of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles or Pack section can have basement, but warehouse or packages section to be placed on the ground floor. There must not exist a partial nested storage room floor separation.



 
 


3.2.4 Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must not be stored in buildings used for residential purposes, or in buildings with premises covered by the Emergency Agency's operational requirements or technical requirements.



 
 


3.2.5 Package section with Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must be placed in a separate fire section, which shall meet the requirements set out in section 3.4.5.



 
 


3.2.6 Package section with Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles shall not be used for any other purpose.



 
 


3.2.7 conduct in section 7 must be observed with the exceptions of section 7.5.1 and 7.5.2.



 
 


3.3 Other storage in container of until 500 kg EASY Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles 3.3.1 Storage of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles shall comply with the provisions of section 2.7, see. However, points 3.3.2 – 3.3.4.



 
 


3.3.2 Package section with Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must be placed in a separate container and must meet the same requirements set out in section 3.5 to Edition of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles in containers.
 
 


3.3.3 Package section with Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles shall not be used for any other purpose.



 
 


3.3.4 conduct in section 7 must be observed, with the exception of the provisions of section 7.5.1 and 7.5.2.



 
 


3.4 Other storage in the building of more than 500 kg EASY Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles per fire section 3.4.1 General 3.4.1.1 regulations Municipal Council (Danish national rescue preparedness) can approve other conditions than those set out in sections 3.4.2 and 3.4.4 – 3.4.8, however, did not point 3.6.7, as well as section 7 mentioned, subject to the considerations that underlie these regulations are catered for at least the same extent as by application of the requirements.



 
 


3.4.1.2 stored shall not exceed 25000 kg EASY Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles of each fire section, if this is not fitted with an automatic sprinkler system.



 
 


3.4.1.3 in package section there shall be the quantity necessary for the handling of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles, up to a maximum of 250 kg EASY.



 
 


3.4.1.4 Edition and package sections will be placed in 1-storeyed building.



 
 


3.4.1.5 Buildings with Edition of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles or Pack section can have basement, but warehouse or packages section to be placed on the ground floor. There must not exist a partial nested storage room floor separation.



 
 


3.4.1.6 Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must not be stored in buildings used for residential purposes, or in buildings with premises covered by the Emergency Agency's operational requirements or technical requirements.



 
 


3.4.1.7 Edition and package section must constitute independent fire sections in accordance with the provisions laid down in section 3.4.5.



 
 


3.4.1.8 Package section with Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles shall not be used for any other purpose.



 
 


3.4.2 Constructive relationship-bearing building structures, etc.



 
 


3.4.2.1 load-bearing structures is carried out as at least R 30 (BD-building 30) in the fire section of up to 600 m² and a minimum of class R 60 (BD-building 60) in the fire section of more than 600 m², without prejudice. However, point 3.4.2.2.



 
 


3.4.2.2 the requirements set out in section 3.4.2.1 lapse for the fire section of up to 1000 m² with lightweight roof construction, if there in the roof line are evenly distributed fire ventilation openings carried out according to the provisions of section 3.4.5.14 – 3.4.5.17. By easy roof structure means in this context, an insulated or non-insulated roof structure (with or without the headliner against space) and with roofing of URf.eks. roofing felt on non-flammable substrates or profiled metal sheets.



 
 


 

In the fire section of more than 600 m² to be load-bearing structures, however, are carried out as at least R 30 (BD-building 30) if they carry more than 200 m² roof structure, and not less than R 60 (BD-building 60) if they carry more than 600 m² of roof construction.



 
 


3.4.2.3 in building with basement floor separation over the basement and they need structures that carry the soffit, executed as at least part of the building class REI 60 A2-s1, d0 (bearing, separating BS-building 60).



 
 


 

Exterior walls and surfaces of exterior walls must be carried out as at least 3.4.2.4: class EI 60 (BD-building 60) by brand section of up to 1000 m² and class EI 60 A2-s1, d0 (BS-building 60) by brand section of over 1000 m².



 
 


3.4.2.5 Exterior unadorned wall surfaces should be performed at least in clothing class K1 10 B-s1, d0 (class 1 clothing).



 
 


3.4.2.6 surfaces of ceilings and interior walls should be performed at least in clothing class K1 10 B-s1, d0 (class 1 clothing), see. However, paragraph 3.4.5.14. Surfaces of walls to a height of 2.5 m above the floor, however, can be performed as clothing class K1 10 D-s2, d2 (class 2 clothing) in such cases, where there is a proven need (Bookshelf Setup, risk of mechanical overload of wall coverings and similar matters, which would turn the apparel class K1 10 B-s1, d0 (class 1 clothing) must be deemed inappropriate.



 
 


3.4.2.7 Flammable insulation materials may only be used in hollow walls.



 
 


 

Take 3.4.2.8 Take must be performed with BROOF (t2) class of roofing (class T roofing).
If tagundersiden make up storage room's ceiling, roofing you must not, however, be constructed of materials which are quickly rendered ineffective by heat from a fire, URf.eks. fiber cement. However, this does not apply if that alone kept a) annual Fireworks, b) potable Fireworks transport classified as 1.4 S and c) other pyrotechnic articles classified as 1.4 S transport.



 
 


3.4.2.9 Combustible roofing (URf.eks. roofing felt) must be placed on a substrate of at least 25 mm thick material class B-s1, d0 (class A material) with upper brand value at max. 3.0 MJ/kg.



 
 


3.4.2.10 Flammable insulation materials with both incendiary as non-flammable roofing may be used only on a base of separating part of the building class EI 60 A2-s1, d0 (BS-building 60) and must sektioneres with incombustible belts of a width of at least 2.5 m for each ca. 1000 m² roof surface, without prejudice. also points 3.4.5.8 and 3.4.5.9.



 
 


3.4.3
Emergency routes and exits From any fire section 3.4.3.1, there must be at least 2 escape routes that are independent of each other, directly to the open air in terrain height and with outputs placed in or immediately by brand section opposing ends.



 
 


3.4.3.2, there must be no place in a fire section exceed 25 metres to the nearest exit.



 
 


3.4.3.3 mentioned in section 3.4.3.1 Between exits in the fire section of over 1000 m² warehouse section must be construed with a minimum of 3 m wide useable area. From this useable area must be interpreted at least 3 m wide open spaces to other outputs, see. point 3.4.3.2, and, moreover, to the extent that there does not seem to uopdelte storage areas at over 400 m².



 
 


3.4.3.4 Stocking plan must be submitted to the Municipal Board of Directors ' approval. Stocking plans must specify the escape routes, storage areas and open spaces.



 
 


3.4.3.5 open spaces must be clearly marked, URf.eks. by floor påmales stripes.



 
 


3.4.3.6 Exits and doors from storage room must open outwards.
Exits and doors in escape routes all the way to the open air in terrain height shall be easily crossed in flight direction without the use of a key or special tool.



 
 


3.4.4 space heating and ventilation 3.4.4.1 Warming may only be done with either water or low-pressure steam from the lighthouse, which is placed outside the storage room and separated from this by at least part of the building class EI 60 A2-s1, d0 (BS-building 60), or with hot air in accordance with the requirements set out in section 3.4.4.2 – 3.4.4.16.



 
 


3.4.4.2 air handling units can be placed in the fire section, as the ventilation system operates, see. However, point 3.4.4.1. Air handling units belonging to the ventilation systems serving more than 1 fire section, or which is placed outside the fire section, which aggregates are operating, must be placed in separate ventilationsrum separated from other locations with at least part of the building class REI 60 A2-s1, d0 or EI 60 A2-s1, d0, depending on whether the building portion is bearing (BS-building 60). Openings to other sites must be closed with at least die class EI2 60-C A2-s1, d0 (BS-die 60).



 
 


3.4.4.3 ventilation ducts shall on lines outside the fire sections, as they directly serve, executed as at least part of the building EI 30 A2-s1, d0 (BS-building 30). The same goes for air intake and rate of return channels and air inlet and relief Chambers between ventilationsrum and it's free.



 
 


3.4.4.4 ventilation systems in areas with storage and handling of fireworks may only operate one fire section.



 
 


3.4.4.5 ventilation ducts that pass through the section boundaries, these are cut off with E-60 fire dampers (F-fire damper 60). In channel bore through the damper must be positioned a thermostat (40 degrees C) that stops the installation and causes closure of the damper.



 
 


3.4.4.6 ventilation ducts, fans, lydsluser in ventilation ducts, air handling units, units, damper and isolation, etc. must be carried out by non-combustible materials.



 
 


3.4.4.7 vents shall be located at a distance of at least 10 cm from flammable material.



 
 


3.4.4.8 For exhaust ducts also apply the requirements laid down in points 3.4.4.14 and 3.4.4.15.



 
 


3.4.4.9 Air intake for ventilation systems must not be from the boiler room.



 
 


3.4.4.10 Air intake for ventilation systems must be placed at least 3 m from the fireplaces, chimney mouths clean trapdoors and explosion flaps in chimneys. In addition, the air intake is positioned in such a way in relation to any exhaust ducts, that there can be potentially explosive gases and vapors into the ventilation system.



 
 


3.4.4.11 Air intake from the outside for ventilation shall be fitted with ventilation grating, which placed nets with mesh size 10-15 mm.



 
 


3.4.4.12 horizontal supply air openings (in flooring, window sills, etc.) must be fitted with wire netting with square aperture of not more than 5 mm.



 
 


3.4.4.13 extractors must be carried out in such a way that the spark formation may not occur.



 
 


3.4.4.14 exhaust ducts must be as short as possible and without dead corners. They shall be provided with clean lemme as necessary, placed in such a way that the ducts easy to clean on the inside. The extracted air must pass a filter to prevent deposits in channels. The filter shall be easily cleaned and replaced.



 
 


3.4.4.15 exhaust ducts must have the mouth at a distance of at least 1 m from combustible material and at least 3 m from the Windows and other exterior wall openings. Exhaust ducts must also be placed in such a way that udblæst dust, etc. not in normal operation can catch fire or otherwise cause damage.



 
 


3.4.4.16 as well as a section on fire outside this must set up nødafbrydere, which stops the ventilation system and closing fire dampers in the ventilation ducts. Nødafbrydernes space places must be clearly marked with safety signs.



 
 


3.4.5


Brandsektioner



 
 


 

Generelle bestemmelser



 
 


3.4.5.1


Brandsektioner skal opfylde forskrifterne i dette afsnit. 3.4.5.2 – 3.4.5.13 is, however, only points applicable to the extent that the fire sections are not detached, see. spacing rules in section 3.4.6.



 
 


 

Section ranges
 
 


3.4.5.2 A containment wall must be carried out as at least the section part of the building class REI-M 60 A2-s1, d0 or EI-M 60 A2-s1, d0 depending on whether the wall is load-bearing section (B.S.-wall 60 in wall or concrete). A section containment wall must also be carried out in such a way that it retains its stability during a fire, no matter from which side the wall fire affected.



 
 


3.4.5.3 Opening in a section containment wall must be closed with the door, gate or lem performed as at least die class EI2 60-C A2-s1, d0 (BS-die 60). Penetrations for installations in the fire section walls and slabs should be closed tightly, so precise fire performance is not impaired.



 
 


3.4.5.4 Appears a fire section wall location not of the building's exterior, the Municipal Council (Danish national rescue preparedness) require that an outside selection to rescue the overall orientation.



 
 


 

Fire sektionsvæg-connection with external wall 3.4.5.5 A section delimiter wall shall at the exterior wall, which is part of the building EI A2-s1, d0 (BS-building component), grouped with section wall and at the exterior wall, which is part of the building EI (BD-building component) are brought forward to the close connection with the exterior clothing inside.



 
 


3.4.5.6 In a containment wall to the outer wall section at a distance of at least 5 m be constructed of at least part of the building class EI 60 (BD-building 60) without opening of any kind except door class EI2 60-C A2-s1, d0 (BS-die 60) and with outer surface at least the apparel class K1 10 B-s1, d0 (class 1 clothing). The above protection of the outer wall must be connected with the fire section wall, but the location in relation to brandsetionsvæggen is also optional.



 
 


 

Alternatively, the section containment wall will be continued through the outer wall for a distance of 0.5 m from the building's exterior page, see. also point 3.4.5.12.



 
 


 

Fire sektionsvæg-connection with the tag be placed up for 3.4.5.7 Section containment walls close connection with tagdækningens subpage.



 
 


3.4.5.8 In a section containment wall to roof structure along the fire section wall secured (brandkamserstatning). The fuse should be performed at least in part of the building class REI 60 (bearing, separating BD-building 60) in a 5 m wide belt without opening of any kind and with insulation material class A2-s1, d0 (non-flammable material) and with either non-flammable roofing or roofing of class BROOF (t2) (class T roofing).



 
 


 

Where the roof from fire section wall is greater than 1:8, the strap width must correspond to a horizontal distance of 5 m from fire section wall.



 
 


 

The above protection of the roof (brandkamserstatning) must be connected with the fire section wall, but the location in relation to the fire wall section is also optional. If the fuse is performed as part of the building class EI 60 (non-load bearing, separating BD-building 60), should the above belt is performed on both sides of the fire section wall (double brandkamserstatning).



 
 


3.4.5.9 as an alternative to the requirements specified in point 3.4.5.8 can the section containment wall kept up over the roof with a properly exposed brandkam of the same construction as the underlying wall with a height of at least 0.5 m measured at right angles to the roof line. Where the roof inclination towards brandkamserstatningen is greater than 1:8 on one or both sides of the wall, must be placed on the comb up in such fire height (minimum 0.5 m) to achieve a horizontal distance of at least 5 metres between the roof surfaces.



 
 


3.4.5.10 Section containment walls around stairwells are not subject to the requirements set out in points 3.4.5.8 and 3.4.5.9.



 
 


3.4.5.11 it also refers to point 3.4.5.13.



 
 


 

Special measures to be taken against fire infection 3.4.5.12 if a section boundary is the option of angle transmission, exterior wall (ge) and tag (s) by the angle meet the requirements in items 3.4.5.2 3.4.5.4 and 3.4.5.7 – 3.4.5.11 – to such an extent that the angle transmission cannot take place within a distance of at least 5 metres at the section definition. Possibility of angle transmission will usually be present when the angle between the facades are less than 135 degrees.



 
 


3.4.5.13 if a section boundaries are different building height, the higher fire section exterior wall (and roof) over the lower fire section tag meet the requirements in items 3.4.5.2 – 3.4.5.11. Point 3.4.5.8 and 3.4.5.9, however, is not applicable when the higher fire section tag is more than 5 m above the lower fire section tag. Alternatively, the lower fire section tag is performed as at least part of the building class EI 60 A2-s1, d0 (separating BS-building 60) without opening of any kind within a distance of at least 5 m from the higher fire section. Load-bearing structures in the lower section must be performed at least part of the building fire class R 60 (BD-building 60).



 
 


 

Fire 3.4.5.14 Fire ventilation section on over 600 m2 shall be fitted with a fire ventilationsanlæg, which creates adequate ventilation in case of fire. Fire ventilation shall conform to the requirements of DS/EN 12101-2.
It must be observed that a) within a fire took place in 60 minutes does not happen fire spread by radiant heat from røglaget b) rescue the overall effort can be conducted securely c) building the parts retain their fire resistance d) property to the greatest possible extent be ensured, and (e)) the risk of harm to people and the environment are reduced as much as possible.



 
 


 

Fire ventilationsanlæg to be executed, so it is reliable and can be controlled and maintained throughout its life.



 
 


3.4.5.15 Fire section of over 1000 m² shall be provided with fire curtains, that divides the upper part of the fire section (about 1/3 of rumhøjden) in the section, each not exceeding 1000 m². Fire curtains should be performed by the class A2-s1, d0 (non-flammable material) and to finish close to tagundersiden.



 
 


3.4.5.16 Fire ventilation openings should be distributed evenly over the entire roof surface. In roof surface with a slope greater than 1:8 location must be as high as possible. The center of any opening must not be located below average distance between the lowest and highest point of the roof (the roof construction).



 
 


3.4.5.17
Fire ventilation openings must be positioned in accordance with the requirements set out in section 3.4.5.8.



 

3.4.5.18 Fire sprinkler section of over 2,000 sq ft shall be provided with automatic sprinkler systems.



 
 


3.4.6


Afstandskrav



 
 


 

Kravene i afsnit 3.6 skal overholdes.



3.4.7 firefighting equipment in the storage room shall be provided either 3.4.7.1 water-filled hose reels, one hand spray battery or one pressurised water closes. Location must be done so that from any point maximum is 25 meters to the nearest snake win, hand sprayer battery or pressurised water closes.



 
 


3.4.8 code of conduct code of conduct in section 7 must be observed with the exceptions of section 7.5.1 and 7.5.2 3.5 Other storage in container of more than 500 kg EASY Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles 3.5.1 General rules 3.5.1.1 each edition of fireworks or other pyrotechnic (e) articles must not exceed 10000 kg EASY. If a flammeskærm is established between each edition of 10000 kg EASY, there must be placed up to 50000 kg EASY in a single Edition.



 
 


 

Flammeskærmen shall be designed and positioned in such a way as to produce a after municipal governing Board (rescue overall) estimates sound brandmæssig separation.



 
 


3.5.1.2 in package section there shall be the quantity necessary for the handling of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles, up to a maximum of 250 kg EASY.



 
 


3.5.1.3 Package section with Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must be placed in a separate container and must meet the same requirements for issue of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles in the container.



 
 


3.5.1.4 Package section with Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles shall not be used for any other purpose.



 
 


3.5.1.5 containers of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must not be stacked or placed in an extension of each other. Containers, set side by side, must be placed in parallel with døråbningerne in the same direction.



 
 


3.5.1.6 where an Edition is distributed in several containers, see. paragraph 3.5.1.1, there must only be removed or inserted items from one container at a time. When there be removed or inserted items from a container, the other containers are kept closed.



 
 


3.5.1.7 in a container with a depth of over 6 metres in length must be from any point at least 2 independent escape routes directly to the outside, unless the container is allowed to stand as a pre-packaged unit or is continuously packed from the back wall onwards and only filled and emptied continuously so that at no point is positioned Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles between people in the container and the container doors.



 
 


3.5.1.8 in containers of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles shall be provided at least one hand spray battery or one pressurised water closes.



 
 


3.5.2


Afstandskrav



 
 


 

Afstandskrav i afsnit 3.6 skal overholdes.



 
 


3.5.3 code of conduct code of conduct in section 7 must be observed with the exceptions of section 7.5.1 and 7.5.2 3.6 Spatial requirements 3.6.1 Buildings and containers with Edition of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must be placed in such a way that the external safety distances are complied with.



 
 


 

The outer security distance in meters for each edition are calculated as 0.25 × 6.4 × NEM1/3 How EASY is entered in kg.



 
 


 

The outer security distance double in relation to buildings or areas that are difficult evakuerbare.



 
 


 

The outer security distance in meters for traffic arteries without constant and close traffic can, however, be calculated as 0.25 mm × 4.3 × NEM1/3 How EASY is entered in kg.



 
 


3.6.2 Buildings and containers, providing storage for Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must be positioned in relation to other buildings, installations, or the like relating to the company, so that the distance in meters is at least 0.25 × 0.22 × EASY ½, subject to a minimum of 10 meters.



 
 


3.6.3 the required distance will lapse if the building's outside wall on the side, where the container will be placed, is designed as a minimum class EI 60-M A2-s1, d0 ("heavy" BS-60 design) without doors and Windows within a distance of 10 meters from the container. However, this does not apply to the distance to the edition of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles, there is no transport classified as 1.4 G or 1.4 s.



 
 


3.6.4 in a distance of at least 10 meters from the container, there should not exist any kind of combustible vegetation, such as URf.eks. trees, shrubbery, and the like.



 
 


3.6.5 Area at a distance of at least 10 meters from the container shall not be used for other purposes, including parking or similar.



 
 


3.6.6 containers of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must be located at a distance of at least 15 metres from the larger fire dangerous issue in the open.
 
 


3.6.7 the container must be placed in such a way that the doors of the container turns away from the buildings ' openings and more flammable warehouses that are located less than 100 meters from the container, see. However, section 3.6.8.



 
 


 

There must be a distance of at least 100 meters from the fire section's openings, including fire vents, to it free for other buildings ' openings as well as for major flammable warehouses. However, section 3.6.8.



 
 


 

The said distances meted out from the container door sill and at an angle of 135 ° to both sides of this.



 
 


3.6.8 Requirement in section 3.6.7 location lapse, however, if a) openings shall be stamped with a device at any time hinder ejection of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles by fire, or (b)) who alone shall be kept in) all-year-round Fireworks, ii) human consumption Fireworks transport classified as 1.4 S and iii) other pyrotechnic articles classified as 1.4 S transport.



 
 


4 Other storage than storage in retail of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles, there are transport classified 1.3 G 4.1 General provisions 4.1.1 At the company, there must be no other major flammable Edition than they used in the operation of the company with Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles or other products incorporating pyrotechnic articles.



 
 


4.1.2 Warming must only be carried out with water or low-pressure steam from the lighthouse, which is placed outside the repository and separated from this by at least part of the building class EI 60 A2-s1, d0, (BS-building 60).



 
 


4.1.3 Floors in storage room or package section must be flat and without cracks and must not give rise to electrostatic discharges.



 
 


4.1.4 Shelving in storage room and package sections shall be constructed of wood, of surface treated metal or other material with similar properties. To our Motel six tables must be flat and without cracks and must not give rise to electrostatic discharges.



 
 


4.1.5 ensure that there is good vehicular for emergency preparedness for and on the company.



 
 


4.2


Opbevaring i bygning



 
 


4.2.1


Generelle bestemmelser



 
 


4.2.1.1


Det enkelte oplag må ikke overstige 25.000 kg NEM, jf. paragraph 4.4.2.



 
 


4.2.1.2 in package section there shall be the quantity necessary for the handling of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles, up to a maximum of 250 kg EASY.



 
 


4.2.1.3 warehouses must be designed in 1-storeyed building.



 
 


4.2.1.4 Buildings with Edition of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles may have a basement, but warehouse must be located on the ground floor. There must not exist a partial nested storage room floor separation.



 
 


4.2.1.5 Package section with Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must be provided in a separate building and must meet the same requirements for issue of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles in the building.



 
 


4.2.1.6 Buildings providing storage for Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles, and package section with Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles shall not be used for any other purpose. There may, however, be geared to the toilet cubicles.



 
 


4.2.2 buildings exterior walls must be carried out as at least 4.2.2.1 building element EI-30 (BD-building 30). Exterior surfaces should be performed at least in clothing class K1 10 B-s1, d0 (class 1 clothing).



 
 


4.2.2.2 Windows and doors against other edition of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles shall be carried out as at least part of the building EI-30 (BD and BD-30 window door 30).



 
 


4.2.2.3 where, within a distance of 100 meters from the openings to the outside of buildings with Edition of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles are other buildings or containers with Edition of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles, the openings on the outer side be fitted with a device which prevent provision of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles by fire, however, see. paragraph 4.2.2.4.



 
 


 

The mentioned distance meted out from ports bottom frames and at an angle of 135 ° to both sides from these.



 
 


the requirement in item 4.2.2.3 4.2.2.4 on a device which prevent provision of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles shall lapse, unless the other buildings or containers with Edition of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles alone are a) annual Fireworks b) potable Fireworks transport classified as 1.4 S and c) other pyrotechnic articles classified as 1.4 S transport.



 
 


4.2.2.5 Roofing should be carried out in such a way that the Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles, which lands on the roof, can't beat the hole in the roof or burn through. The requirement is regarded as satisfied if the roof performed by laminated glass, glass fibre reinforced plastic, sheet steel or similar sturdy and hard flammable material. Roof of PVC, PMMA (acrylic) or PC (polycarbonate) must not be used.



 
 


4.2.3


Afstandskrav



 
 


 

Kravene i afsnit 4.4 skal overholdes.



 
 


4.2.4
Emergency routes and exits 4.2.4.1 From any storage compartment must be at least two exits directly to the open air in terrain height. The exits must be located in or immediately by storage compartment facing ends.



 
 


4.2.4.2 There have no place in a storage room exceed 25 metres to the nearest exit.



 
 


4.2.4.3 mentioned in section 4.2.4.1 Between exits in the storage room of over 1000 m² of warehouse-section must be construed a minimum of 3 m wide useable area. From this useable area must be interpreted at least 3 m wide open spaces to other outputs, see. 4.2.4.2, and, moreover, to the extent that there does not seem to uopdelte storage areas at over 400 m².



 
 


4.2.4.4 Stocking plan must be submitted to the Municipal Board's (rescue overall) approval. Stocking plans must specify the escape routes, storage areas and open spaces.



 
 


4.2.4.5 open spaces must be clearly marked, URf.eks. by floor påmales stripes.



 
 


4.2.4.6 Exits and doors from storage room must open outwards.
Exits and doors in escape routes all the way to the open air in terrain height shall be easily crossed in flight direction without the use of a key or special tool.



 
 


4.2.5 Fire equipment in the storage room must be either water-filled hose reels, one hand spray battery or one pressurised water closes. Location must be done so that from any point maximum is 25 meters to the nearest snake win, hand sprayer battery or pressurised water closes.



 
 


4.2.6 conduct the code of conduct set out in section 7 must be observed with the exceptions of section 7.5.1 and 7.5.2.



4.3 Storage in container 4.3.1 General provisions 4.3.1.1 each edition of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles shall not exceed 10000 kg EASY. If a flammeskærm is established between each edition of 10000 kg EASY, there must be placed up to 50000 kg EASY in a single Edition.



 
 


 

Flammeskærmen shall be designed and positioned in such a way as to produce a after municipal governing Board (rescue overall) estimates sound brandmæssig separation.



 
 


4.3.1.2 in the packing section there shall be the quantity necessary for the handling of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles, up to a maximum of 250 kg EASY.



 
 


4.3.1.3 Containers, providing storage for Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles, and package section with Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles shall not be used for any other purpose.



 
 


4.3.1.4 Package section with Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must be placed in a separate container and must meet the same requirements for issue of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles in the container.



 
 


4.3.1.5 containers of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must not be stacked or placed in an extension of each other. Containers, set side by side, must be placed in parallel with døråbningerne in the same direction.



 
 


4.3.1.6 where an Edition is distributed in several containers, see. paragraph 4.3.1.1, there must only be removed or inserted items from one container at a time. When there be removed or inserted items from a container, the other containers are kept closed.



 
 


4.3.1.7 in a container with a depth of over 6 metres in length must be from any point at least 2 independent escape routes directly to the outside, unless the container is allowed to stand as a pre-packaged unit or is continuously packed from the back wall onwards and only filled and emptied continuously so that at no point is positioned Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles between people in the container and the container doors.



 
 


4.3.1.8 in containers of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles shall be provided at least one hand spray battery or one pressurised water closes.



 
 


4.3.2


Afstandskrav



 
 


 

Kravene i afsnit 4.4 skal overholdes.



 
 


4.3.3 code of conduct code of conduct in section 7 must be observed with the exceptions of section 7.5.1 and 7.5.2.



 
 


4.4 Distance requirements 4.4.1 Buildings and containers, providing storage for Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must be placed in such a way that the external safety distances are complied with.



 
 


 

The outer security distance in meters for each edition are calculated as 6.4 × NEM1/3 How EASY is entered in kg.



 
 


 

The outer security distance double in relation to buildings or areas that are difficult evakuerbare.



 
 


 

The outer security distance in meters for traffic arteries without constant and close traffic can, however, be calculated as 4.3 × NEM1/3 How EASY is entered in kg.



 
 


4.4.2 Buildings and containers, providing storage for Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles, and whose mutual distances in metres is less than 10 meters or 0.22 × EASY ½, where EASY is specified in kilograms, is regarded as a single Edition.



 
 


4.4.3
Buildings and containers, providing storage for Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must be positioned in relation to other buildings, installations, or the like relating to the company, to the distance in meters is at least 0.22 × EASY ½, subject to a minimum of 10 meters.



 
 


4.4.4 in a distance of at least 10 meters from the container, there should not exist any kind of combustible vegetation, such as URf.eks. trees, shrubbery, and the like.



 
 


4.4.5 Area at a distance of at least 10 meters from the container shall not be used for other purposes, including parking or similar.



 
 


4.4.6 Container with Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must be located at a distance of at least 25 metres from major flammable issue in building or in the open air, without prejudice. However, points 4.4.7 and 4.4.8.



 
 


4.4.7 the container must be placed in such a way that the doors of the container turns away from the buildings ' openings and more flammable warehouses that are located less than 100 meters from the container, see. However, paragraph 4.4.8.
The said distances meted out from the container door sill and at an angle of 135 ° to both sides of this.



 
 


the requirement in point 4.4.7 4.4.8 on location will lapse if the container is supplied with a device at any time hinder ejection of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles by fire.



 
 


5 Other storage of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles of transport classified 1.1 G 1.2 G or 5.1 General provisions 5.1.1 On the company shall not be provided other major flammable Edition than they used in the operation of the company with Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles, or other products containing pyrotechnic articles.



 
 


5.1.2 Warming must only be carried out with water or low-pressure steam from the lighthouse, which is placed outside the repository and separated from this by at least part of the building class EI 60 A2-s1, d0, (BS-building 60).



 
 


5.1.3 Floors in storage room or package section must be flat and without cracks and must not give rise to dangerous electrostatic discharge.



 
 


5.1.4 Shelving in storage room and package sections shall be constructed of wood, of surface treated metal or other material with similar properties. To our Motel six tables must be flat and without cracks and must not give rise to dangerous electrostatic discharge.



 
 


5.1.5 It must be ensured that there is good vehicular for emergency preparedness for and on the company.



 
 


5.2


Opbevaring i bygning



 
 


5.2.1


Generelle bestemmelser



 
 


5.2.1.1


Det enkelte oplag må ikke overstige 2.000 kg NEM.



 
 


5.2.1.2 in package section there shall be the quantity necessary for the handling of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles, up to a maximum of 100 kg EASY.



 
 


5.2.1.3 warehouses must be designed in 1-storeyed building.



 
 


5.2.1.4 Package section with Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must be provided in a separate building and must meet the same requirements for issue of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles in the building.



 
 


5.2.1.5 Buildings providing storage for Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles, and package section with Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles shall not be used for any other purpose. There may, however, be geared to the toilet cubicles.



 
 


5.2.2 buildings exterior walls must be carried out as at least 5.2.2.1 building element EI-30 (BD-building 30). Exterior surfaces should be performed at least in clothing class K1 10 B-s1, d0 (class 1 clothing).



 
 


5.2.2.2 Windows and doors against other edition of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles shall be carried out as at least part of the building EI-30 (BD and BD-30 window door 30).



 
 


5.2.2.3 where, within a distance of 100 meters from the openings to the outside of buildings with Edition of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles are other buildings or containers with Edition of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles, the openings on the outside to be fitted with a device which prevent provision of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles by fire.



 
 


5.2.2.4 The mentioned distance meted out from ports bottom frames and at an angle of 135 ° to both sides from these.



 
 


5.2.2.5 Roofing should be carried out in such a way that the Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles, which lands on the roof, can't beat the hole in the roof or burn through. The requirement is regarded as satisfied if the roof performed by laminated glass, glass fibre reinforced plastic, sheet steel or similar sturdy and hard flammable material. Roof of PVC, PMMA (acrylic), PC (polycarbonate) or similar may not be used.



 
 


5.2.3


Afstandskrav



 
 


 

Kravene i afsnit 5.4 skal overholdes.



 
 


5.2.4 escape routes and exits 5.2.4.1 From any storage compartment must be at least two exits directly to the open air in terrain height. The exits must be located in or immediately by storage compartment facing ends.



 
 


5.2.4.2
There must be no place in a storage room exceed 25 metres to the nearest exit.



 
 


5.2.4.3 Exits and doors from storage room must open outwards.
Exits and doors in escape routes all the way to the open air in terrain height shall be easily crossed in flight direction without the use of a key or special tool.



 
 


5.2.5 Fire equipment in the buildings must be either water-filled hose reels, one hand spray battery or one pressurised water closes. Location must be done so that from any point maximum is 25 meters to the nearest snake win, hand sprayer battery or pressurised water closes.



 
 


5.2.6 conduct the code of conduct must be complied with in section 7, with the exception of section 7.5.1 and 7.5.2.



 
 


5.3 Storage in container 5.3.1 General requirements 5.3.1.1 each edition shall not exceed 2,000 kg EASY, however, through the separation of the Edition, by compliance with the internal safety distances, see. section 5.4, shall be kept up to 10000 kg. EASY.



 
 


5.3.1.2 in the package section, there must be the highest of the handling required amount of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles shall not exceed 100 kg.



 
 


5.3.1.3 Containers, providing storage for Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles, and package section with Fireworks must not be used for any other purpose.



 
 


5.3.1.4 Package section with Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must be placed in a separate container and must meet the same requirements for issue of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles in the container.



 
 


5.3.1.5 containers of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must not be stacked or placed in an extension of each other. Containers, set side by side, must be placed in parallel with døråbningerne in the same direction.



 
 


5.3.1.6 in a container with a depth of over 6 metres in length must be from any point at least 2 independent escape routes directly to the outside, unless the container is allowed to stand as a pre-packaged unit or is continuously packed from the back wall onwards and only filled and emptied continuously so that at no point is positioned Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles between people in the container and the container doors.



 
 


5.3.1.7 in containers of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles shall be provided at least one hand spray battery or one pressurised water closes.



 
 


5.3.2


Afstandskrav



 
 


 

Kravene i afsnit 5.4 skal overholdes.



 
 


5.3.3. Code of conduct code of conduct in section 7 must be observed, with the exception of points 7.3.1 – 7.3.3, 7.5.1 and 7.5.2.



 
 


5.4 the spacer requirements 5.4.1 Buildings and containers, providing storage for Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must be placed in such a way that the external safety distances are complied with.



 
 


 

The outer security distance in meters for each edition are calculated as 22.2 × NEM1/3 How EASY is specified in kilograms, but at least 270 meters, to other companies or other industries, and subject to a minimum of 400 meters to residential.



 
 


 

The outer security distance double in relation to buildings or areas that are difficult evakuerbare.



 
 


 

The outer security distance in meters for traffic arteries without constant and close traffic is calculated as 3.4 x EASY ½, where EASY is entered in kg.



 
 


5.4.2 The internal safety clearance to the company's own activities is calculated as 8.0 x NEM1/3.



 
 


5.4.3 Buildings and containers, providing storage for Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must be positioned in relation to other buildings, installations, or the like relating to the company, to the distance in meters is at least 4.8 × NEM1/3, subject to a minimum of 10 meters.



 
 


5.4.4 the security distance can be reduced by setting up blast protective barrier.



 
 


 

The blast protective barrier shall be designed and positioned in such a way as to produce a after municipal governing Board (rescue overall) estimates sound brandmæssig separation.



 
 


5.4.5 at a distance of at least 10 meters from the container, there should not exist any kind of combustible vegetation, such as URf.eks. trees, shrubbery, and the like.



 
 


5.4.6 Area at a distance of at least 10 meters from the container shall not be used for other purposes, including parking or similar.



 
 


5.4.7 Container with Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must be located at a distance of at least 25 metres from major flammable issue in building or in the open air, without prejudice. However, points 5.4.8 5.4.9 and.



 
 


5.4.8 Container must be placed in such a way that the doors of the container turns away from the buildings ' openings and more flammable warehouses that are located less than 100 meters from the container, see. However, paragraph 5.4.9.



 
 


5.4.9 the said distances meted out from the door sill and at an angle of 135o to both sides.



 
 


6
Loading and unloading of containers and vehicles 6.1 General provisions 6.1.1 freight containers and vehicles loading or unloading for Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must be located on a dedicated space that is approved by the local authority (Danish national rescue preparedness).



 
 


6.1.2 freight containers and vehicles with Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles must meet the spatial requirements and code of conduct in these regulations that applies to the storage of the Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles concerned are in containers, with the exception of section 7.3.



 
 


6.2 Device of loading and unloading space 6.2.1 Containers and vehicles with Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must be placed in such a way that the containers ' doors and doors of the vehicle cargo compartments or the loading openings in sheeted vehicles facing away from the buildings ' openings and more flammable issue that is less than 100 metres from the container, see. However, section 6.2.2.



 
 


 

The said distances meted out from dørtærsklerne or bottom edge of the loading openings and at an angle of 135 ° to both sides from these.



 
 


6.2.2 the requirement set out in section 6.2.1 on location will lapse if the containers or vehicles alone contains a) annual Fireworks, b) potable Fireworks transport classified as 1.4 S and c) other pyrotechnic articles classified as 1.4 S transport.



 
 


6.2.3 Sheeted vehicles loaded or unloaded through the loading openings in the side, must be placed in the extension of each other and so that the openings face in the same direction and away from containers or other vehicles with Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles.
Containers and other vehicles that are loaded or unloaded, should not be placed in the extension of each other. They must be placed parallel to each other, so that the containers ' doors and doors of the vehicle holds face in the same direction.



 
 


 

Containers should not be stacked.



 
 


6.2.4 in the immediate vicinity of containers and vehicles with Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles must be hand spray batteries or pressurized water extinguishers.



 
 


6.2.5 conduct in section 7.5 shall be respected.



 
 


7 conduct 7.1 General requirements 7.1.1 staff must be thoroughly instructed in the code of conduct and in the use and location of fire-fighting equipment.



 
 


7.1.2 On storage locations and in the packing section must only be stored Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles. There must, however, they are stored for the handling of fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles required pallets and other supporting material.



 
 


7.1.3 Packaging must be stored outside the package section.



 
 


7.1.4 Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles which are pre-packed, must immediately be removed from packages section and are brought to shipping or to approved storage place.



 
 


7.1.5 By stacking on shelving the total height does not exceed 6 meters. The stacking height of the individual shelves must not exceed 2 meters. If no one used shelving, stacking height must not exceed 2 meters.



 
 


7.1.6 tobacco smoking is prohibited on the sites, which are stored or handled Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles.



 
 


7.1.7 the firing of fireworks at sites where there is stored or handled Fireworks or other pyrotechnic articles are not allowed.



 
 


7.1.8 storehouses and package sections must be kept clean and tidy.



 
 


7.1.9 Fireworks in defective packaging shall immediately be packed securely and any spillage be removed.



 
 


7.1.10 Containers, storage room and package sections must be kept locked when not inserted or procured items.



 
 


7.1.11 any edition of fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles must be properly secured against theft. Outer doors in buildings and container doors must be kept locked when not inserted or procured items. The locking device must be approved by the Municipal Council (emergency preparedness).



 
 


7.1.12 parking of motor vehicles including trucks outside working hours, and charging trucks may only be done at locations approved by the Municipal Council (emergency preparedness).



 
 


7.2 Signs 7.2.1 On repository and in the package section in the building and outside of all doors to the repository and package section in the building as well as through editions of the free must be clear and durable safety signs prohibiting smoking and the use of naked flames.



 
 


7.2.2 on the outer side of the doors of storage place in buildings and containers should be safety signs with text "DANGEROUS FIREWORKS".



 
 


7.3


Branddøre



 
 


7.3.1
Fire doors, even lid must not be put out of function, and the doors must not be maintained in the open position using hooks, hasps, wedges, automatic fire door closing plants etc. Automatic fire door closing plant may be used, provided that only stored a) annual Fireworks, b) Fireworks transport classified as 1.4 S and c) other pyrotechnic articles classified as 1.4 S transport.



 
 


7.3.2 It must be regularly checked, that door closing devices are operational, including that the doors close tightly in the Groove.



 
 


7.3.3 Fire doors shall be fitted on both sides with safety signs: "FIRE DOOR – closed".



 
 


7.4


Flugtveje



 
 


7.4.1


Flugtveje skal være frie og ryddelige i hele deres bredde.



 
 


7.4.2 Storage must be done in such a way that there is always unobstructed access to escape routes, including the run-way doors, which is not used in day-to-day operations.



 
 


Loading and unloading space 7.5 7.5.1 There may only be reading or unloading of one freight container or one vehicle at a time. There must, however, be carried out repackaging from one container or one vehicle for one other container or one other vehicle. The doors on the other containers and vehicles must be closed as long as loading or unloading takes place.



 
 


7.5.2 Containers and vehicles to be filled and emptied continuously so that at no point is positioned Fireworks and other pyrotechnic articles between people in the container or the vehicle and container or the vehicle's doors.





Official notes 1) Ordinance contains provisions implementing parts of a European Parliament and Council Directive 2006/123/EC of 12. December 2006 on services in the internal market (Official Journal No. L 376 of 27. December 2006, p. 36) and parts of the European Parliament and of the Council Directive 2007/23/EC concerning the placing on the market of pyrotechnic articles (Official Journal L 154 of 2007 14 June 2007 p. 1). The Ordinance has been in draft form notified in accordance with European Parliament and Council Directive 98/34/EC (information procedure directive) as amended by Directive 98/48/EC.