In accordance with the decision of the Council of State, which was the presentation of the Ministry of transport and communications, provides for the transport of dangerous goods in the law of 2 August 1994 (719/1994): the scope of application of article 1 of this Regulation shall apply to the transport of dangerous goods (719/1994) to the transport of dangerous goods, including internal transfers and temporary storage in the port area.
The port area in the future or in the docks area of the outbound transport of dangerous goods shall apply to the target of an international treaty or national transport of dangerous goods by road or rail transport.
This setting does not apply to fixed storage tanks and distribution warehouses.
section 2 (26.11.2015/1374) Definitions for the purposes of this Regulation: 1) STANDARD in the law-the law on the carriage of dangerous goods;
2) IMDG-code for the safety of life at sea, 1974 (SOLAS), International Convention (Treaty Series 1981-11-3) packaging for the carriage of dangerous goods packaging and IBC-approved packaging, suurpäällystä;
4) tank tank-vehicles, demountable tanks, tank-wagons, MEGCs, MEG-containers, tanks and tank containers;
the keeper of the VAK-5) under section 3 of the law referred to in paragraph 8 port controller;
6) temporary storage in addition to the law, STANDARD in ALL of the circumstances arising from the carriage-ride to the temporary interruption of the means of transport, as well as the change of the mode of transport or due to temporary storage at the request of the supervisory authority, on the condition that it is presented in the documents sent and received, and provided that the packaging and the container is open, with the exception of the temporary storage during any inspection of the supervisory authority;
7) cargo transport unit vehicle, a railway wagon, container, a road tank vehicle, a railway wagon, container, transport, ferry wagons and suurlavaa;
8) operator in the port area of dangerous goods loading, stowage, unloading or undertaking internal transfer; the definition does not include any of the transport companies, who imports or exports hazardous substances in the port area or the harbour area;
9) Rescue Authority Civil Protection Act (379/2011) the civil protection authority, the area within the meaning of the rescue services;
10, by the person who) working in the country and of the transport of dangerous goods on board a piece-related tasks; These tasks are hazardous substances, the definition of a hazardous substance to the transport of dangerous goods, the official name of the packaging, labelling or dangerous substances in the warning labels on packs containing the loading or unloading, cargo transport units, the transport of dangerous goods-preparation of documents, provision of or approval of the transport of dangerous goods, hazardous substances handling, loading and stowage of dangerous goods, hazardous substances in the preparation of plans for the loading or unloading the vessel or any other vessel, transport of dangerous goods, the transport of dangerous goods and the provisions of the applicable regulations and control.
section 3 section 3 (26.11.2015/1374) is repealed by A 26.11.2015/1374.
section 4 of the Shuttle and a temporary storage and temporary storage of shipments at the port during the internal packaging, containers, road and rail transport transport units and their labelling, on the documents, and the load shall be applied in ACCORDANCE with the IMDG code or the special provisions applicable in the Baltic Sea roro traffic. The documents were not, however, be required for internal transfers.
If the means of transport, including internal transfers, or a temporary lack of negligence or other identified during the storage, which may endanger the safety of operation, the shuttle must be stopped as soon as possible, having regard to the General safety requirements. The operation is allowed to continue only when it meets the requirements set out in.
section 5 of the statement of the transported dangerous substance or lastinantajan is before the delivery of a dangerous substance, the port area, information relating to the dangerous substance in good time and, as far as possible, for at least 24 hours prior to entry into port with the port operator, and the operator.
The master of the vessel or the shipping company representative must before the start of the dismantling of the ship to provide the information to the operator of a hazardous material officer and to the port.
The information referred to in paragraphs (1) and (2) are the official name of a dangerous substance (proper shipping name), the hazard class, UN number and, where appropriate, the flash point, the number of packing group, number of packages and packaging quality. In addition to the information to be given to the operator to manifest or stowage plan.
section 6 of the information available to the port in the port controller and operator must be the provisions relating to the transport of dangerous goods, which shall be applied in the event of an accident in the port, for the purpose of issuing the instructions and first aid, as well as the meaning of article 11 of the internal emergency plan.
In the event of an accident, the operator shall, where necessary, the port officer and dangerous information on the rescue authority.
section 7 of the personnel training for the port operator, and the operator must be at least one responsible person, who is familiar with the provisions of the transport of dangerous goods and the transport of dangerous goods.
The port operator, and the operator shall ensure that the persons they employ, whose duties are related to the transport of dangerous goods, it is the responsibility of the personnel and functions of the transport requirements of the comprehensive training suitable for the. The training shall be: 1) to the general education that teaches the General information about the tiedostavasta of the provisions concerning the transport of dangerous goods in the port;
2 tehtäväkohtaisesta education, in which the staff will be) to get a detailed training, commensurate to the tasks and responsibilities of the personnel in the form of provisions relating to the transport of dangerous goods;
3. the appointment, which the staff will be getting), training in relation to the potential dangers of hazardous materials transportation, loading and unloading accident injury risk and exposure; education and training should aim at the fact that the staff is familiar with the safe transport of the substance and the associated processing, as well as emergency procedures;
the transport of radioactive material on the training of 4), where the personnel involved in the transport of these substances will need to obtain appropriate training relating to the transport of radioactive materials, radiation risks and the precautions to be taken into account for the protection of persons and other radiation protection;
5) training on security measures, in which the staff will be getting an education on the dangers of transport-related security and port security plan;
6) continuing training, which is given to the amount of time for the transport of dangerous goods regulations and the provisions of the changes.
3 – 5 articles repealed by A 4.4.2013/249.
section 8 of the safety report to the port area, through which the amount of transported dangerous substances is a piece a year, more than 10 000 tonnes, or the safety report must be made. The traffic safety agency may require that you also have the other port areas in order to ensure the safety of produce, if the need arises. (24.2.2011/173)
The safety report shall demonstrate that the operation of the temporary storage and the transport of dangerous goods hazards have been identified and that the necessary steps have been taken in order to prevent accidents and accidents in order to limit the consequences for man and the environment. In addition, the safety report shall indicate how the monitoring of dangerous-goods transport services are organized in the port area. The report shall also be taken into account in the port area and beyond are other dangers and possible vulnerable spots, such as schools, hospitals and water areas. The report will also be reflected in the operating principles of the safety management system. The report should be attached to a separate port area as an internal emergency plan.
The safety management system must be described in the port operator and the operators of the Organization, management and human resources, the management of the risks involved in the accident, the roles and responsibilities of the staff, as well as the activities of the port of the control. In addition, the need to ensure adequate communication between and within different organisations. The system shall also contain a description of the plan of action in accordance with the internal emergency plan and training for emergency situations.
section 9 of the adoption of the safety report shall be drawn up by the operator to produce for its own part, and shall send it to the port officer. The port officer may require that the operators shall draw up the safety assessments in a particular format. On the basis of the safety reports of the port operator should be assembled by the operators of the safety report, the entire port area, and to ensure that the actions described in the integrated throughout the port area. The port officer may make a single safety report, the size of the port, where the port is formed by more of the port area.
The size of the safety report, including its annexes, in the region of the port or the port should be submitted for the approval of the Transport turvallisuusvirastolle. Before the adoption of the Traffic Safety Agency safety report should be reserved to the rescue authority, regional development, transport and the Environment Agency, local government agency, as well as, where appropriate, to other public authorities, the opportunity to have their say on the turvallisuusselvityksestä. (24.2.2011/173)
The traffic safety agency shall inform the managing body of the port of the safety report on its conclusions within a reasonable period of time. The port officer shall inform the operator of the approved turvallisuusselvityksestä. Approved for the entire port or port, or the safety report must be in the area of civil protection authority, the regional business centre, as well as the environment, transport and regional State administrative agency and other authorities. (24.2.2011/173), section 10 (24.2.2011/173), the obligation to produce the renewal of the Port operator must check the safety report and bring it up to date, in the following cases: 1) if the operation of the port area has been the risk of major accidents and the incremental change;
2) in case of an accident or incident has shown us things to consider; at the request of the Air Safety Agency, or (3)) if the need arises to ensure security.
The operator shall inform the managing body of the port, if it is under 1 or change referred to in paragraph 2.
The safety report must, however, be checked and updated at least every five years in accordance with section 9. This amendment should be taken into account in the arrangements in the port area and the rescue services of the changes that have occurred, as well as technical developments in the fight against accidents.
Article 11 of the Internal emergency plan for the internal emergency plan identifies measures as potential can be estimated in advance in the event of an accident: 1) to the fight against the consequences of the accident and the accident shall be limited as far as possible to the people, the environment and property;
2) the necessary measures will be taken in order to protect people, the environment and property against the consequences of accidents; as well as 3) foresees the accident restoration and cleaning up the environment.
An internal emergency plan will take into account the arrangements for the rescue services in the region.
An internal emergency plan, and any updates will be delivered to the rescue authority.
In an internal emergency plan referred to in article can be part of a wider plan of salvation within the port area.
section 12 (24.2.2011/173) checks the traffic safety agency is systematically checked, that section 8 of the safety report as referred to in sub-section 1, the behavior described in the action corresponding to the port. The first inspection shall be carried out no later than two years after the adoption of the safety report, and thereafter every five years. Checks must be called at least civil protection authority, regional development, transport and the environment, as well as the regional government agency.
section 13 of the Dangerous cargo transport units containing dangerous goods with the placement of the port cargo transport units shall be addressed in the port area and the regions so that the arrangement does not adversely affect people, the environment and property.
The places and areas must be clearly marked or otherwise ensure the separation of non-compatible cargo transport units and between the civil protection service free access to the cargo transport units. Placement must take into account the port area on the other traffic and to ensure that the units it is kept to a minimum. Containing dangerous goods cargo transport units shall not be allowed during the temporary storage of stacked without a compelling need.
If dangerous cargo transport units containing stored temporarily in the port area, the Traffic Safety Agency safety report, presented by the operator to the port officer or a risk assessment on the basis of the assessment contained in the order, or how to port area shall be provided with cargo. If it occurs for safety reasons, a particular need, the traffic safety agency should be able to specify the maximum number of dangerous goods temporarily at a time in the port area. (24.2.2011/173)
In the vicinity of the transport units containing dangerous substances, smoking and avotulenteko is prohibited.
the separation of dangerous cargoes of hazardous substances, section 14 of the contain of the cargo transport units will be placed in temporary storage in the port area in such a way that the mutually incompatible substances are separated by sufficient distance from each other. The port area is to comply with the separation distances set out in the annex.
Small amounts of dangerous cargo transport units containing the separation and placement does not, however, be required to apply the provisions laid down in the annex. The port officer may issue instructions to the placement of these units.
Class 1, with the exception of the hazard class 1.4 S, class 6.2 and class 7 substances, with the exception of UN 2908 to 2911 substances shall, without delay, transmit out of the port area. However, these substances may be temporarily stored in the port area, where it is safe to do so, it does not pose a danger and the port officer has given the consent.
Preparing for the fight against accidents in the port of 15 of the controller and the operator shall take all necessary measures to prevent accidents and of the people, the environment and property, in order to limit the consequences.
In the event of accidents in the port operator, and the operator shall have available information about the port area, the location of the cargo transport units containing dangerous goods and of the presence of hazardous substances.
Accident prevention measures will cover the whole of the port's activities. They must be structured, systematic, and be based on the identification of risks, as well as on the functioning of the risk concerning the limitation of the objectives and policy approaches. The port's controller and the operator will need to monitor and evaluate the implementation of the measures and their impact, as well as to take the appropriate corrective measures.
The operator shall provide the port operator and port area referred to in article 8 (3) of the exercises for emergencies.
The fight against accidents is in the port area of fire protection equipment and for equipment leaks.
section 16 of the Damaged cargo of dangerous freight damaged by bad weather and dangerous cargoes shall be reserved for the place where the infected waste cargoes can be preserved and again to pack and where contaminated waste to be collected for the purpose of disposal. When designing these arrangements must take into account the dangerous goods transported through the territory of the port-number and quality.
The design must take account of the fact that hazardous materials spills and contaminated waters can be recovered.
If a hazardous substance poses a significant risk to the safety of the operation, the officer has the right to transfer a cargo transport unit a hazardous substance for a safer place, or out of the port area.
section 17 (24.2.2011/173) the supervisory authorities of the Traffic Safety Agency, police, customs, border guards and the regional government agency controlled by the transport of dangerous goods, internal transfers and temporary storage.
section 18 of the Accidents in the transport of hazardous substance declarations If the transfer or temporary storage, internal in the event of an accident, the result of which may cause leakage or for any other reason, the person, the environment or the risk of damage to property, the transfer of the vehicle or the driver or the device used for the loading or unloading, transfer to or from a temporary storage, report the incident immediately to the responsible is an emergency and the need to take safeguard measures required by the situation.
section 19 (24.2.2011/173), the accident report If the carriage of the dangerous substance, in the port of shipment or occurs in a temporary storage for man, the environment or property hazardous accident, it is the carrier and internal transfers or temporary storage of cargoes, the responsible, without delay, prepare an accident report. An accident report shall include at least the following information: 1 a description of the circumstances of the accident, at the time) and possibly the damage caused;
2. the control measures carried out at the scene of an accident;)
3) measures, which the person responsible for the transport operator and cargo are taken or will take in order to prevent similar accidents.
An accident report shall provide, on request, the port operator as well as the transport turvallisuusvirastolle and the other to the supervisory authorities, the civil protection authority, as well as regional development, transport and the Environment Agency. In the case of the transport of radioactive material, the report must also provide the radiation and nuclear safety agency.
Turvallisuusvirastolla, the keeper of the traffic and the radiation protection centre shall have the right to request further clarification as referred to in subparagraph (1) wider, if it is considered to be an accident, taking into account the nature and extent of the need.
The investigation of the accident. Notification of the occupational health and safety authority specifically provided for in a serious accident.
under section 20 (24.2.2011/173)
The traffic safety agency may, on application, grant a derogation from the provisions of this regulation in a particular case, if there is a special need for compliance with the provisions of the mandatory or cause excessive costs or substantial harm. The granting of the derogation requires, in addition, that the required security can be achieved by other means.
Article 21 entry into force This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 June 2005.
section 22 of the transitional provisions of this regulation, or the safety report referred to in article 8 must be submitted for approval to the shipping Department for the first time before 1 January 2007.
Before the entry into force of this Regulation may be to take the necessary measures for the implementation of this regulation.
Annex (4.4.2013/249) of HAZARDOUS CARGO SEGREGATION TABLE in the port AREAS of more than one class of dangerous cargoes, cargo transport unit that contains the most stringent separation requirements should be applied.
Class 2.1 2.2 2.3 3 4.1 4.2 4.3 5.1 5.2 6.1 8 9 00 00 00 s (a) flammable gases 2.1 s 0 s 0 s 0 (a) non-toxic, non-flammable gases 2.2 00 00 00 00 00 00 0 00 00 (a) (a) (a) of the poisonous gases 1.4 00 00 00 s 0 s 00 00 s 00 00 00 00 00 3 s (a) flammable liquids s s a s s 00 00 00 flammable solids epäherkistetyt, itsereaktiiviset and solid explosives 4.1 (a) 0 (a) (a) (a) 00 00 00 00 0 s 0 Easily spontaneous combustion substances 4.2 s a s s s s a a a 0 a 0, which the water to come into contact with, emit flammable gases 2.7 00 00 00 a 0 a 0 a 0 a 0 a s s Oxidising substances 5.1 s s s 0 00 00 s a s a s 0 organic peroxides 5.2 s (a)
s s s s s s s 0 0 (a) toxic substances (liquids and solids) 00 00 00 0 00 00 00 00 00 (a) (a) (a) 6.1, corrosive substances (liquids and solids) in the 8 (a) (a) (a) (a) s s 00 00 00 00 00 00 9 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 miscellaneous dangerous substances and articles of Note. Category 1 (excluding 1.4 S), 6.2 and 7 cargoes may keep the port area only for immediate embarkation or for delivery. These categories are not listed in the table. However, if these cargoes have to be temporarily to maintain due to unforeseen circumstances, they must be for the preservation of designated areas. In addition, the port operator will need to take into account, in accordance with the IMDG Code segregation requirements in the individual categories.
LABELS for Hazardous Cargo segregation TABLE: Packages/IBC-containers, ferry wagons or separation is not required (a) = 0 suurlavat = be kept separate (away from)-a minimum of 3 m distance between the s = be distinguished from (separated from)-open areas of at least 6 m distance, all roof overhangs or in warehouses, at least 12 m distance, unless separated by an approved firewall enclosed containers, tank-containers and enclosed vehicles 0 = separation is not required for (a) = be kept separate (away from)-segregation is not required for s = be distinguished from (separated from)-longitudinal and transverse direction, open areas, a minimum of 3 m distance from the cabanas, or warehouses of the longitudinal and in the transverse direction, the distance of at least 6 m, unless separated by an approved firewall Open vehicles, rail wagons and containers are open 0 = separation is not required for (a) = be kept separate (away from)-a minimum of 3 m distance between the s = be distinguished from (separated from)-open areas and in the transverse direction, the distance of at least 6 m all roof overhangs or in warehouses, in the transverse direction longitudinal and at least 12 m distance, unless separated from the Internet by a firewall/approved containers, tank containers, vehicles, ferry cars or container pallet trailers or rail tank cars to 3 metres a width of 20 jalkaista (20 foot) standardimitoitettua container, or as a free track or trailer lane or, in the case of railway wagons in the longitudinal buffer space.
Segregation table "0" means that the separation distance is not required, but special provisions IMDG Code limits must be taken into consideration.
Of the enclosed unit means units, in which the dangerous goods are fully enclosed in a strong position on the walls, such as the service enough to a container, the container or the vehicle. Units with fabric sides or pavement, not of the dead women.
The change of the date of entry into force of the acts and application: 24.2.2011/173: This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 March 2011.
4.4.2013/249: This Regulation shall enter into force on 8 April 2013.
12.12.2013/884: This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 2014.
26.11.2015/1374: This Regulation shall enter into force on the 1 January 2016.