Decree Of 15 April 2010 On The General Requirements For Covered Storage Under The Registration Regime Under The Section Heading 1510 Of The Nomenclature Of Facilities Classified For The Protection Of The Enviro ...

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French Official Gazette No. 0089 of April 16, 2010
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Decree of 15 April 2010 on the general requirements for covered storage under the registration regime under the section heading 1510 of the nomenclature of facilities classified for environmental protection
NOR: DEVP1001986A
ELI: https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/eli/arrete/2010/4/15/DEVP1001986A/jo/texte

The Minister of State, Minister for Ecology, Energy, Sustainable Development and the Sea, responsible for green technologies and climate negotiations,
Having regard to Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 2008 on classification, labeling and packaging of substances and mixtures, amending and repealing Directives 67/548 / EEC and 1999/45 / EC, and amending Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006;
Given the environmental code, and in particular Book V;
Considering the decree of 23 January 1997 on the limitation of noise emitted into the environment by classified installations for environmental protection;
Considering the decree of November 21, 2002 as amended on the fire reaction of construction and development products;
Considering the decree of 14 February 2003 on the performance of roofs and roof coverings to external fire;
Considering the decree of 22 March 2004 on the fire resistance of products, construction components and structures;
Considering the decree of 29 September 2005 on the evaluation and consideration of the probability, kinetics, intensity and effects of the serious consequences of potential accidents in the hazard studies classified facilities subject to authorization;
Considering the decree of 15 January 2008 on the protection against lightning of certain classified installations;
Given the technical instruction No. 246 of the Minister of Interior on the smoke in public buildings;
Given the practical guide for sizing the water requirements of the National Institute of Civil Security Studies, the French Federation of Insurance Companies and the National Prevention and Protection Centre, edition September 2001 (Technical Document D 9 );
Considering the opinion of the professional organizations concerned;
Considering the opinion of the Higher Council of classified installations from 15 December 2009
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The classified facilities subject to registration under heading 1510 are subject to the provisions of Annexes I to III of this Order. These provisions are without prejudice to other legislation.

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The provisions of Annexes I and III shall apply from the day following its publication in the registered premises after the date of publication of this decree in the Official Journal. The requirements to existing facilities are already subject remain applicable. However, certain provisions also apply to existing plants as provided in Annex II.
In the case of an extension of an existing installation requiring a new registration under Article R. 512-46-12 of the Code of the environment, all the points of the Annexes I and III shall apply however that the extension itself, the existing part remaining subject to the previous provisions.


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The provisions of this Order shall apply without prejudice to special requirements supplementing or strengthening which is relevant to the order of registration as provided by Articles L. 512-7-3 and L. 512- 7-5 of the environmental code.


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The Director General of Risk Prevention is responsible for the implementation of this Order, which will be published in the Official Journal of the French Republic.
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ANNEX I GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR FACILITIES CLASSIFIED FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION SUBJECT TO REGISTRATION UNDER THE HEADING No. 1510
1. General Definitions

For the purposes of this Order, the term:
Warehouse covered: installation consisting of one or more buildings with a minimum of a roof.
Cell: part of a covered storage compartments, for storage, which meets the requirements of section 2.2.7.

Protected Area The area where the staff is safe from the sinister effects. It consists of an enclosed staircase or a Enclosed traffic. Adjacent cells are also protected areas.
Height: the height of a warehouse building is up to the ridge, that is to say, the height at the highest point of the roof of the building (excluding partition walls than roof).
protective strips: strips arranged on the sealing surfaces along the dividing walls between cells, to prevent the spread of a loss of one cell to another through the roof.
Reaction and fire resistance of structural elements, roofing and class index, burning droplets: these definitions are those contained in the decrees of 21 November 2002 of 22 March 2004 and of 14 February 2003 referred to above.
dangerous substances: substances or mixtures referred to in Article 3 of Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 referred to above.
Mezzanine level surface that occupies at maximum 50% (or 85% for the case of textiles) from the surface of the lower level of the cell and which does not include closed area.
Level: surface of one floor available for storage or other activity of the warehouse.
Products stored in mass: products stacked on each other.
Products stored in bulk: Bare products placed on the floor in a heap.
Paletiers products: products stored on a pallet placed in racks (often referred to as racks).
Structure: elements that contribute to building stability such as columns, beams, floors and load-bearing walls.
Cover Media: all elements based on the structure contributing to cover the building.
Baseline: The baseline is that of the internal road to the site located at the foot of the building and servicing the building used by the machinery of fire and rescue services. If there are two access channels located at different levels, the reference level is determined by the lowest path.
1.1. Facility compliance to registration dossier
The plant is located, constructed and operated in accordance with the plans and other documents included in the registration dossier.
The operator lists and warrants as may be appropriate arrangements for the design, construction and operation of facilities to meet the requirements of this Order.
1.2. classified installation folder
The operator shall establish and maintain a file containing the following documents:
- A copy of the registration application and accompanying dossier;
- The registration dossier maintained and dated in terms of changes to the installation;
- The order of registration issued by the prefect and all prefectural relative to the facility;
- The various documents required by this Order.
This record is made available to the inspection of classified installations.
1.3. Training dust or mud
Without prejudice to the planning regulations, the operator adopts the following measures, necessary to prevent airborne dust and various materials:
- Traffic routes and vehicle parking areas are set (slope forms, coating, etc.) and properly cleaned;
- Vehicles exiting the facility do not result in accumulation of dust or mud on the roads. For that provisions such as washing vehicles wheels are provided in case of need;
- The areas where this is possible are grassed.
1.4. In the landscape
The entire facility is kept clean and maintained constantly.
The outskirts of the installation, under the control of the operator, are constructed and maintained in a clean condition. vegetation barriers are set up, if possible.
For the maintenance of exterior surfaces of the site (car parks, green areas, roads ...), the operator implements best practices, particularly as regards weeding.
2.
Risk 2.1. implantation

The outer cell walls of the warehouse or the structural elements in the case of an open warehouse are located at a minimum distance calculated Site boundaries so that the lethal effects within the meaning of the Decree of 29 September 2005 referred to above are contained in the enclosure of the property in case of fire, taking into account the most unfavorable configuration from the potentially combustible materials stored using the method of calculation Flumilog (referenced in the document of INERIS " Description of the method of calculation of thermal effects produced by a warehouse fire ", part a, ref. DRA-09-90977-14553A).
This distance is at least 1.5 times the height of the warehouse but not less than 20 meters.
The installation does not understand, does not overcome, nor is topped inhabited premises occupied by third parties. Storage in basement is prohibited, that is to say below the baseline said.
The baseline is that of the internal road to the site located at the foot of the building and servicing the building used by the machinery of fire and rescue services. If there are two access channels located at different levels, the reference level is determined by the lowest path.
2.2. Construction. - Accessibility
2.2.1. Site accessibility
The plant always has access to at least allow for the intervention of the fire and rescue services.
an opening between the service road or public and inside the website sufficiently sized to allow entry of rescue gear and its implementation by means access to the facility. Such access should be opened immediately on request of the fire and rescue services.
Vehicles whose presence is related to the operation of the facility are parked without causing discomfort to the accessibility of vehicles for fire and rescue services from external roads to the facility, even after hours operating and opening of the facility.
The access road rescue service is kept clear of parking. It includes a materialization on the ground showing the words "fire brigade access." This device can be reinforced by a vertical type signaling "no parking".
The operator has available for fire and rescue services specific instructions for emergency access with procedures to access all places.
2.2.2. Accessibility equipment near the installation
One lane "gear" in the school premises, at least is kept open for traffic and crossing the boundaries of the facility and is positioned so as to not be obstructed by the collapse of this facility and the extinguishing water.
This "gear" approach comply with the following characteristics:
- The width is at least 6 meters, the minimum clear height of 4.5 meters and slope less than 15%;
- In the inner radius of curves less than 50 meters, a minimum internal radius R of 13 meters is maintained and extra width S = 15 / R meters is added;
- The path resists the bearing force calculated for a vehicle of 320 kN with a maximum of 130 kN per axle, the latter being spaced 3.6 meters as a minimum;
- Each point on the perimeter of the installation is at a maximum distance of 60 meters from this path;
- No obstacle is placed between the access to the facility or ladders ways defined in 2.2.3 and 2.2.4 and the vehicle lane.
If implementation of impossibility of a craft way to travel on the entire perimeter of the facility and whether all or part of the channel is dead, the last forty meters of the track impasse are a minimum width of 7 meters and a turning area within a circle 20 meters in diameter is provided at its end.
2.2.3. Getting station scales
Each cell has at least one accessible facade served by a route for traffic and station layout ladders and articulated lifting arms. This scale track is directly accessible from the machine path defined in 2.2.2.
Since this path, an aerial ladder can be put into station to reach at least the entire height of the building and defend each separative firewall. The track also has the following characteristics:
- The width is at least 4 meters, the length of the parking area at least 15 meters, the maximum slope of 10%;

- In the inner radius of curves less than 50 meters, a minimum internal radius R of 13 meters is maintained and extra width S = 15 / R meters is added;
- No air obstructions affecting the operation of these scales vertically to the entire route;
- The distance from the facade is 1 meter minimum and 8 meters maximum for parallel parking to the building and less than 1 meter to a perpendicular parking to the building;
- The path resists the bearing force calculated for a vehicle of 320 kN with a maximum of 130 kN per axle, the latter being spaced 3.6 meters as a minimum, and has a minimum puncture resistance of 88 N / cm².
Moreover, for any building several levels having at least one floor located at a height greater than 8 meters from the level of emergency access on at least two fronts, this way 'ladder' provides access to openings .
These openings remain accessible from outside and inside access allow at least two per floor for each scale channel with facades and have a minimum height of 1.8 meters and a minimum width of 0.9 meters. They are easily identifiable from the outside by the emergency services.
The provisions of this paragraph shall not be required if the cell has an area of ​​less than 2000 square meters according to the following provisions:
- At least one of its partition walls is within 23 meters of an accessible facade;
- The cell has an automatic fire extinguishing system;
- The cell has no mezzanine.
2.2.4. Establishment of the hydraulic device for gear
From each path "machines" or "scale" is provided access to exits of the building or facility by way of a stabilized 1.8 meter wide minimum.
unloading docks are equipped with a reel ramp 1.8 meters wide and sloping lower or equal to 10%, allowing access to each cell unless there is access to the ground floor.
2.2.5. Access to warehouse emergency
Warehouse access allow rapid relief. Their minimum number that allows any point in the warehouse is not distant more than 50 meters workforce of one of them and 25 meters in the parts warehouse forming cul-de-sac. At least two exits outward of the warehouse or on a protected area in two opposite directions, are provided in each cell for storing an upper surface to 1000 square meters.
2.2.6. Building structure
The operator carries out a technical study showing that constructive provisions designed to ensure that the destruction of an element (walls, roof, columns, beams, mezzanines) following a disaster does not cause the ruin chain of the building structure including neighboring storage cells, or their insert devices, or collapse of the structure toward the outside of the fire cell. This study was conducted with the construction of the warehouse and is kept available for inspection of classified installations.
Areas with the installation show the response characteristics and resistance to the following minimum fire:
- The outer walls of buildings are constructed of materials A2 s1 d0;
- The whole structure is at a minimum R 15;
- For warehouses with one ground floor of over 12.50 meters in height, the structure is R 60, unless the building has an automatic fire extinguishing system;
- For warehouses of two or more levels, floors (excluding mezzanines) are EI 120 and the carriers of at least 120 R floors;
- Partition walls between two cells are REI 120; these walls are laterally extended along the outer wall over a width of 1 meter or are extended perpendicularly to the outer wall 0.50 m projecting from the front;
- The separating elements between cells extend at least 1 meter cover the building to the right of the crossing. The roof is covered with a protective strip on a minimum width of 5 meters either side of separation wall. This band is A2 s1 d0 materials or surface has a metal foil A2 s1 d0;
- Partition walls between a cell and a technical room (boiler off) are REI 120 until underside of roof or free distance of 10 meters is maintained between the cell and the technical room;

- Offices and social rooms, except offices called bays designed to accommodate staff working directly on the storage and docks are located in a remote indoors at least 10 meters of the storage cells.
This distance can be less than 10 meters if the offices and social rooms are:
- Isolated by a wall into soffit roof and intercommunication doors with a door closer, all REI 120;
- Not be contiguous with the cells that are present hazardous materials.
In addition, when the offices are located within a cell:
- The ceiling REI 120;
- The floor is also REI 120 if the offices are located upstairs;
- Interior stairways connecting separate levels in the case of floors located more than 8 meters of indoor floor, are stovepipes by REI 60 and constructed of materials A2 s1 d0 walls. They lead directly to the open air, if not on correct and enclosed circulations same degree fire leading to it. The interior door units overlooking the stairs are 60 E C2;
- Soil areas and storage rooms is A1fl class;
- The openings made in the separating walls (windows, conveyors, pipe penetrations, electrical cables and pipes, doors, etc.) are provided with closing devices or caulking ensuring a degree of resistance to fire equivalent to that required for these walls . The closures are associated with a slave device to the automatic fire detection ensuring automatic closure, but this device is also hand operated, that the fire either on one side or the other of the wall. Thus the doors in a wall REI 120 have a ranking EI2 120 C and doors meet durability class C2;
- The roofing support members outside insulation are made of materials A2 s1 d0;
- As regards thermal insulation (or insulation if there is only one):
- Either they are Class A2 s1 d0;
- Or the "support + insulation" system is Class B s1 d0 and meet one of the following conditions:
- Insulation, single, has a lower or equal PCS to 8.4 MJ / kg;
- The heat insulation is composed of several layers of which the first (in contact with the roof deck), of a thickness of at least 30 mm, a density higher than 110 kg / m³ and mechanically fixed, a PCS less than or equal to 8.4 MJ / kg and the upper layers are made of insulating, in justification thickness of 60 millimeters of a class D s3 d2. These top layers are cut perpendicular to each cantonment screen with lower PCS insulation or equal to 8.4 MJ / kg;
- The roofing system meets class and BROOF index (t3);
- Materials used for daylighting satisfy the d0 class.
2.2.7.
cells The maximum surface of cells is 3 000 square meters in the absence of automatic fire extinguishing system and to 6 000 square meters in the presence of an automatic fire extinguishing system adapted to the nature of the products stored.
The surface of a mezzanine occupies at maximum 50% of the surface of the lower level of the cell. In the case where in a cell, has several level mezzanines, the operator demonstrates, in a study, these mezzanines do not create additional risks, including that they do not interfere with smoke in case of fire .
For textile warehouses, the surface can be increased to 85% provided that the operator demonstrates, through a study that mezzanine does not generate additional risks, including that it does not interfere with smoke in case of fire.
2.2.8. Cantonment and smoke
2.2.8.1. cantonment
The storage cells are divided into cantons Smoke with a maximum area of ​​1600 square meters and a maximum length of 60 meters.
Cantonment The screens are made either by the structure elements (roofing, beams, walls) or fixed, rigid or flexible displays, or finally by mobile screens enslaved to fire detection. The smoke curtains are DH 30, in reference to standard EN 12 101-1, version of June 2006.
The height of the smoke curtains is determined in accordance with Annex Technical Instruction No. 246 referred to above.
2.2.8.2. Smoke control
Smoke cantons are equipped with high portion of natural exhaust units and heat (EFC).

A relevant area of ​​SHEV 0.5 to 6 square meters is provided to 250 square meters of projected area of ​​roofing.
The EFC is not located on the roof within 7 meters of fire walls separating the storage cells.
The exhaust units consist of automatically controlled vents, manual or autocommand. The floor space of all of these outlets is not less than 2% of the area of ​​each township Smoke.
Manual control is easily accessible from each building or each of the storage cells. The action of an emergency control order can not be reversed by another command.
In normal operation, the reset (closing) is possible from the building floor or from the smoke box or cell to exhaust smoke in case of a building divided into several cantons or cells.
Manual control of the EFC is installed at least at two opposite points of each cell. These manual opening orders are placed close to the access of each cell storage and installed in accordance with standard NF S 61-932, December 2008. Version
The EFC, in reference to standard EN 12 101-2, version of October 2003, have the following characteristics:
- Type of opening system B (opening + closing);
- Reliability: RE 300 class (300 emergency control cycles);
- Classification of the snow overload at opening: SL 250 (25 daN / m²) for altitudes lower or equal to 400 meters and SL 500 (50 daN / m²) for altitudes between 400 and 800 meters. The SL Class 0 is used if the implantation region is not likely to be snowy or constructive provisions prevent the accumulation of snow. Above 800 meters, the outlets are of the SL class 500 and installed with constructive provisions preventing the accumulation of snow;
- Ambient temperature class T (00);
- Class B heat exposure 300.
Triggering the smoke is not controlled by the same detection than that which is enslaved the sprinkler system if it exists.
In the presence of a sprinkler system, automatic openers outfalls are set such that the opening of Smoke organs can occur before triggering the sprinkler.
If multilevel warehouse, other than under roof smoke extraction levels by opening the front servo detection in accordance with the aforementioned technical instruction 246.
2.2.8.3. fresh air brought
Brought the fresh air of an area equal to the area of ​​the outlets of the largest canton, cell by cell, are produced either by opening the front panel or through vents connected to ducts or through the cell doors to exhaust smoke to the outside.
2.2.9. Fire detection systems
The automatic fire detection with transmission, at all times of the alarm to the operator is mandatory for the cells, the technical rooms and offices close to the storages. This detection activates an audible alarm throughout the building and subdivision of the cells or disaster.
This detection can be performed by the sprinkler system. In this case, the operator must ensure that the system allows early detection of fire start taking into account the nature of the products stored and achieves a technical study for the démontrer.2.2.10. Means of struggle against fire
The installation is provided with means of struggle against the appropriate fire risk include:
- More fire equipment (hydrants or columns) of a nominal diameter DN 100 and DN 150. These devices are powered by a public or private network. The outside access to each cell is within 100 meters of a fire appliance. Fire units are distant from each other up to 150 meters (distances are measured by passable routes for emergency vehicles).
Networks guarantee the supply of equipment under a minimum flow pressure of 1 bar without exceeding 8 bar. Networks are able to provide a minimum flow of 120 cubic meters per hour for two hours.

If a supplement is needed, it can be provided by one or more of clean water to the site, accessible at all times for fire and rescue services. These reserves have a really usable minimum capacity of 120 cubic meters. They are equipped with suction platforms for every 120 cubic meters capacity.
The rate and quantity of extinguishing and cooling water required are calculated according to the white paper aforementioned D 9;
- Fire extinguishers distributed inside the warehouse, on outdoor areas and in areas with specific risks, close clearances, clearly visible and easily accessible. The extinguishing agents are risk-appropriate combat and compatible with the stored materials;
- Of fire hose located near the exits. They are arranged so that a home can be attacked simultaneously by two spears from two different angles. They can be used in freezing weather.
In the quarter following the start of operation of any warehouse, the operator conducts an exercise of defense against fire. This exercise is repeated at least every three years. For existing installations, such an exercise is performed at a minimum in the three years following the publication of this Order. The exercises are the subject of reports kept for at least four years in the case provided in section 2.1 of this Annex.
2.2.11. retention basins
All liquids storage products that create pollution of the water or soil is associated with a holding capacity whose volume is at least equal to the larger of two values:
100% of the capacity of the largest tank;
50% of the overall capacity of the associated reservoirs.
The retention capacity is tight products it contains, and is resistant to physical and chemical action of the fluids. It is the same for its closure device which is kept closed.
When storage is made up exclusively of containers of lower unit capacity not exceeding 250 liters, accepted for carriage, the minimum volume of retention is equal to either the total capacity of the containers if this capacity is less than 800 liters, or 20% of the total capacity or 50% in the case of flammable liquids (except lubricants) with a minimum of 800 liters if this capacity exceeds 800 liters.
Tanks or containers of goods liable to react dangerously together are not associated with the same retention basin.
This provision does not apply to wastewater treatment ponds.
The products recovered in case of accident can not be discharged under conditions consistent with this Order or are disposed of as waste.
2.2.12. Retention areas and workplaces
isolation and collection system
The floor areas and local storage or handling of hazardous materials for man or likely to create a water pollution or soil is waterproof and equipped to be able to collect the wash water and materials Spilled .
All measures are taken to collect all the water flows and could be polluted during a disaster, including water used by fire, so that they are recovered or treated to prevent pollution soil, sewers, watercourses or the natural environment. This confinement can be achieved by internal or external devices to the storage cells covered deposits. Internal devices are prohibited where hazardous materials are stored.
If internal containment, the flow ports are closed by default.
If external containment device to the building, channeled material is collected, so gravity or through autonomous lifting systems and converge on that specific ability. If recourse to independent lift systems, the operator is able to prove at any time of an interview and a rigorous maintenance of these devices. Regular tests are also carried out on such equipment. These lifting systems are equipped with an automatic stop device and manual. All means are in place to prevent the spread of fire by these flows.
The fire water and confined in a fire are analyzed to determine if treatment is necessary before discharge.
The required volume of this confinement is determined as follows. For each cell, the operator calculates the sum of:

- Extinguishing the volume of water needed for the fight against the burning of a hand;
- Volume of the product released by the second fire;
- The volume of water due to bad weather at the rate of 10 liters per square meter of drainage surface to the containment structure when the confinement is external.
The volume of containment required is then determined by the greatest result achieved by these calculations.
Discharges comply with the following limits:
- Suspended solids 35 mg / l;
- COD: 125 mg / l;
- BOD5 30 mg / l;
- Oil content: 10 mg / l.
2.2.13. electrical, lighting and heating
Metal equipment is earthed in accordance with regulations and standards.
In the case of artificial lighting, only the electric lighting is allowed.
If the lighting implements sodium vapor lamps or mercury, the operator must take steps to in the event of a bulb, all the elements are confined within the device.
Electrical ductwork and other pipelines are a possible cause of ignition or spread of leakage and are adequately protected against shocks, against the spread of flames and against the action of the products present in the part of the facility in question .
Close to at least one end is installed a central switch, well reported, for cutting the general power supply or each cell.
Transformers of electric current when they are joined or inside the warehouse are located in closed rooms well-ventilated and insulated storage by walls and doors fire resistant. These walls are REI 120 and these doors EI2 120 C.
Heating the warehouse and its annexes can only be achieved by hot water, steam generated by heat generator or other system with an equivalent level of safety. heating systems by gas heaters are not permitted in the storage cells.
The heating means docks offices, if any, have the same safety guarantees as those provided to the premises in which they are located.
2.2.14. Protection against lightning
The installation complies with the decree of 15 January 2008 referred to above.
2.2.15. Boiler and local battery charging
If there is a boiler room or a local charge batteries carts, they are located in a room for this purpose, outside the warehouse or isolated by a wall REI 120. Any possible communication between the local and warehouse is done either by a lock chamber equipped with two door sets E 60 C, either by a door EI2 120 C and C2 durability class.
Outside the boiler is installed:
- A valve on the burner supply line for stopping the fuel flow;
- A circuit breaker stopping operation of the fuel supply pump;
- A warning sound and visual device in case of malfunction of the burners, or other warning system of equivalent efficiency.
The battery charging is prohibited outside the charging premises in case of risk of fumes. In the absence of such risks, for a non-automated storage, recharge zone can be set up by bin subject to be distant 3 meters from any combustible material and be protected against the risk of short circuit . In the case of an automated storage, it is not necessary to arrange such a zone.
2.3. Identification of potential danger
2.3.1. Product knowledge - Labelling
Without prejudice to the provisions of the Labour Code, the operator has the documents enabling him to understand the nature and risks of hazardous products in the installation, especially the safety data sheets. These documents are kept available for fire and rescue services.
Containers are legibly product names and, if applicable, the hazard symbols in accordance with the legislation on the labeling of hazardous substances, preparations and mixtures.
2.3.2. State of commodity stocks
The operator maintains a statement of the nature and quantity of products held, to which is attached an outline of storage. This state is kept available for fire and rescue services.
2.3.3. Location risk

The operator identifies and reports on a conventional panel, under its responsibility, the parts of the plant which, because of the qualitative and quantitative characteristics of the materials used, stored, used or produced, may be in origin of a disaster that may have direct or indirect impact on the interests referred to in L. 511-1 of the environmental code.
2.4.
Operation 2.4.1. geometric characteristics of storage
A minimum distance of 1 meter is maintained between the top of storage and the base of the roof or the ceiling or any heating and lighting system; this distance meets the minimum distance required for proper operation of the automatic fire extinguishing system, where it exists.
The materials stored in bulk are also separated from the other materials by a minimum distance of 3 meters or open sides. A minimum distance 1 m is adhered to the walls and the structural elements.
The height of storage of liquid hazardous materials within the meaning of Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 referred to above is limited to 5 meters above the ground inside. The storage above is allowed, subject to the implementation of prevention and protection tailored to liquid hazardous materials.
The materials stored in mass (bag, pallet, etc.) are limited islets as follows:
- Maximum area of ​​ground islands: 500 square meters;
- Maximum storage height: up to 8 meters;
- Distance between two islands: At least 2 meters.
The materials stored on open shelves or in paletier meet the following two provisions unless a sprinkler system is present:
- Maximum storage height: up to 8 meters;
- Distance between shelves or two paletiers 2 meters minimum.
Automatic closing of the shutter devices (fire doors) is not hindered by obstacles.
2.4.2. Hazardous Materials
The chemically incompatible materials, or can be reacted together in an unsafe manner or are likely to intensify fire, not stored in the same cell.
In addition, hazardous materials are stored in cells in which the storage area is subject to specific arrangements with suitable means of prevention and protection risks. These cells are located on the ground floor without being overcome floors or levels.
2.4.3. Cleanliness of the facility
The areas near the storage are kept clean and regularly cleaned, especially to avoid the mass of dangerous or polluting materials and dust. Cleaning equipment is adapted to the risks.
2.4.4.
works Repair work or development leading to increased risk (use of a flame or a heat source, for example) can only be made after issuance of a "permit" and possibly a "fire permit" and following a specific instruction. These permits are issued after discussion of risks related to the work and development of appropriate measures.
The "permit" and possibly "fire permit" and special instructions are established and specified by the operator or by a person he has named. When the work is done by an outside company, the "permit" and possibly "fire permit" and the special requirement on the safety of the installation are signed by the operator and the outside undertaking or people they have named.
After the work is completed and before the resumption of the activity in standard configuration storage, a facility audit is performed by the operator or his representative or the possible external company representative.
2.4.5. Operating instructions
Without prejudice to the provisions of the Labour Code, guidelines are established, maintained and displayed in places frequented by staff.
These instructions indicate particular:
- The smoking ban;
- The prohibition of burning outdoors;
- The prohibition to make fire in any form nearby storage;
- The obligation of "permit" or "fire permit";
- Precautions for the use and storage of incompatible products;

- Emergency shutdown procedures and implementation safe installation (electricity, ventilation, air conditioning, heating, closing fire doors, shutter sewage flows in particular);
- Measures to be taken in case of leakage from a vessel or piping containing hazardous substances;
- The implementation modalities of isolation devices collection system, set out in point 2.2.12;
- Extinguishing media to be used in case of fire;
- The alarm procedure with the telephone numbers of the intervention officer of the institution, fire and emergency services;
- The obligation to inform the inspection of classified facilities in case of accident.
2.4.6. Periodic verification and maintenance of equipment
The operator ensures regular checking and maintenance of equipment of security and the fight against fire established (outlets, detection and suppression systems, fire doors, dry column, for example) and as any electrical and heating installations in accordance with the standards in force.
2.4.7. burning
The contribution of fire in any form, near the storage is prohibited, except for work performed in accordance with item 2.4.4 of this Annex.
2.4.8. Surveillance Storage
Outside the operating hours of storage, monitoring of this storage, by guarding or monitoring, is in place permanently, in particular to transmit the alert to fire and rescue services, ensure their home on instead and allow them access to all places. 3
. Water
3.1. Plan network
The different lines available are marked in accordance with the rules.
A diagram of all the networks and a sewage plan are established by the operator, updated regularly, especially after each significant change, and dated.
Terms of supply and collection networks that particular show:
- The origin and distribution of the feed water;
- The power protection devices (disconnection tank, installation of backflow preventers or other device isolation with food distribution, etc.);
- The collected and associated networks sectors;
- The works of all kinds (valves, meters, etc.);
- The internal treatment works with their checkpoints and release points of any kind (internal or middle).
3.2. Monitoring and maintenance
Effluent collection networks are designed and arranged as to be curable, waterproof and resist in time to physical and chemical action of effluent or products likely to be passed. An operator must ensure through appropriate and preventive checks of their condition and tightness.
In addition, one or more break tanks or tanks of disconnection or any other equipment of equivalent effect are installed to isolate the industrial water networks and to avoid returns of incompatible products with safe drinking water in the public water system or groundwater.
The successful operation of this equipment is audited at least annually.
3.3. General characteristics of all discharges
Effluent discharges are exempt:
- Floating materials;
- Products likely to release in drains or the environment, directly or indirectly, toxic gases or vapors, flammable and fragrant;
- Any product likely to affect the preservation of books, as well as be deposited or precipitated matters, directly or indirectly, may hinder the proper functioning of the works.
3.4. Stormwater
Non contaminated rainwater not with impaired their original quality are discharged through a specific network.
Rainwater vulnerable to pollution, including runoff from roads, parking areas, loading and unloading, storage areas and other impervious surfaces is collected by a specific network and processed by one or more devices separators hydrocarbons properly sized or any other equivalent device. The successful operation of this equipment is audited at least annually.
Rejected aforementioned stormwater meet the following conditions:
- PH of between 5.5 and 8.5;
- The color of the effluent does not cause persistent staining of the receiving environment;
- Effluent is odorless;

- Suspended solids content of less than 100 mg / l;
- Oil content less than 10 mg / l;
- Chemical oxygen content of not decanted effluent (COD) of less than 300 mg / l;
- Biochemical oxygen on non decanted effluent (BOD5) of less than 100 mg / l.
When run on all surfaces (roofs, parking areas, etc.) of the warehouse, in case of rain equal to ten maximum rainfall is likely to generate a flow at the exit of the treatment of these books water over 10% of QMNA5 the receiving environment, the operator sets up a collection of work to meet in case of decadal rainfall, a rate lower than 10% of what QMNA5.
If released in a collective book collection, the maximum flow and discharge limits are set by agreement between the operator and manager of the collection work.
3.5. domestic water
Domestic water is collected from divisive manner.
They are treated and disposed of in accordance with current regulations on the common layout of the site.
4. Waste
4.1. General
The operator shall take all necessary steps in the design and operation of facilities for proper waste management of its business, including:
- Limit to source the quantity and toxicity of waste by adopting clean technologies;
- Sort, recycle, recover its manufacturing by-products;
- Ensure treatment or pre-treatment of waste, including physico-chemical, biological or thermal;
- Ensure for the final waste volume should be strictly limited, for storage in the best possible conditions.
4.2. Waste storage
Waste and scrap products are stored before their revaluation or disposal under conditions presenting no risk of pollution (prevention of leaching by rain water, a pollution of surface and groundwater, fly ash and odors) for the surrounding population and environment.
Temporary storage before recycling or disposal of special waste are produced on tight retention basins and, if possible protected from rain water.
4.3. Disposal
Waste that can not be recycled is disposed of in regulated facilities in accordance with the environmental code. The operator is able to justify the removal request of the inspection of classified installations. It sets up a registry characterizing and quantifying all hazardous waste generated by its activities.
Any burning outdoors is prohibited.
5. Noise and vibration
5.1. noise limits
For the purposes of this Order, called:
- Emergence: the difference between the weighted equivalent continuous pressure levels of ambient noise (installation operation) and residual noise (in the absence of noise generated by the installation);
- Regulated emergence areas:
- Inside buildings inhabited or occupied by third parties, existing at the date of filing of the registration dossier, and possible external parties closest (yard, garden, patio), excluding those of established buildings in areas intended to receive artisanal or industrial activities;
- Building areas defined by planning documents against third parties and published at the filing date of registration dossier;
- Inside buildings inhabited or occupied by third parties that have been implemented after the date of filing of the registration dossier in the building areas defined above, and their closest possible external parts (yard, garden, terrace) , excluding those of buildings located in areas intended to receive artisanal or industrial activities.
The noise emissions of the installation are not originally in areas regulated emergence of a rise above the permissible values ​​defined in the following table:
NOISE AMBIENT existing in areas

at
emergence regulated (including the noise of the installation)
eMERGENCE ELIGIBLE

for the period from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m.,
except Sundays and holidays || | EMERGENCE ELIGIBLE

for the period from 22 hours to 7 hours,
and on Sundays and public holidays Superior
35 and less than or equal to 45 dB (A) 6
dB (A)
4 dB (A)
Greater than 45 dB (A)
5 dB (A)
3 dB (A)

In addition, the noise level on the property line of the facility does not exceed, when in operation 70 dB (A) for the period of day and 60 dB (A) for night period unless the residual noise for the period exceeds this limit.
In case especially the sound of the property is marked tone as defined in point 1.9 of the annex to the Order of 23 January 1997 referred to above, of established or cyclically, its appearance period not exceeding 30 % of the operating time of the establishment in each of the day or night periods defined in the table above.
5.2. Vehicles. - Construction machinery
Transport vehicles, materials handling and construction equipment used inside the facility complies with the provisions in force concerning the limitation of their noise emissions.
The use of all acoustically by communication devices (sirens, alarms, speakers, etc.), annoying to neighbors, is prohibited, unless their use is exceptional and reserved for the prevention and reporting of serious incidents or accidents.
5.3.
vibration The vibrations emitted comply with the provisions laid down in Annex III.
5.4. Monitoring by the operator of noise
The operator sets up a monitoring sound emissions from the installation to estimate the value of the emergence generated in areas regulated emergence. The measurements are performed according to the method defined in annex to the Order of 23 January 1997 referred to above. These measurements are performed under conditions representative of the operation of the plant over a period of at least a half hour.
A measure of the noise level and the emergence is carried out within three months of the commissioning of the installation, and at least every three years by an individual or a qualified organization.
6. Safekeeping and fitness end state operating
The operator cuts out and rehabilitate the site so that it no longer presents any danger and inconvenience. In particular:
- All dangerous products and all waste is recovered or evacuated to facilities licensed;
- The tanks and pipes having contained products likely to pollute water or cause a fire or explosion are emptied, cleaned, degassed and, if necessary, decontaminated. They are, if possible, removed, or they are neutralized by filling with an inert solid. The product used for the neutralization covers the entire surface of the inner wall and has adequate end strength to prevent sagging of the soil surface. APPENDIXII


PROVISIONS APPLICABLE TO EXISTING FACILITIES
The provisions of Annex I shall apply to existing authorized facilities whose application for authorization was submitted before 1 July 2003 according to the following schedule:

FOUR MONTHS after the publication of this decree in the Official Journal

EIGHTEEN MONTHS after the publication of this decree in the Official Journal
1. General provisions.
2.2.1. Accessibility to the site - last paragraph only.
2.2.10. Means of struggle against fire (paragraph 6 and last paragraph).
2.2.11. retention basins.
2.4.2. Dangerous substances.
2.4.8. Monitoring of storage.
3.1. Plan network.
3.4. Stormwater - paragraphs 3 to 10.
2.2.14. Protection against lightning.

2.3. Census hazard potential.

2.4.3. Cleanliness of the facility.

2.4.4. Works.

2.4.5. Operating instructions.

2.4.6. Periodic verification and maintenance of equipment.

2.4.7. Burning.

3.3. General characteristics of all discharges.

3.5. domestic water (paragraph 2).

4. Waste.

5. Noise and vibration.

6. Re-end operating condition.

The provisions of Annex I shall apply to existing plants authorized whose application for authorization was submitted between 1 July 2003 and the date of publication of this decree the following schedule:
|| FOUR MONTHS | after the publication of this decree in the Official Journal


EIGHTEEN MONTHS after the publication of this order at

2 Official Journal. General provisions.
2.2.1. Accessibility to the site - last paragraph only.
2.2.10. Means of struggle against fire (paragraph 6 and last paragraph).
2.2.11. retention basins.
2.2.12. Retention areas and premises and isolation of the collection network.

2.2.13. electrical, lighting and heating with the exception of paragraph 3.
2.2.14. Protection against lightning.
2.2.15. Boiler room and battery charging.
2.3. Census hazard potential.
2.4. Exploitation.
3.3. General characteristics of all discharges.
3.5. domestic water (paragraph 2).
4. Waste.
5. Noise and vibration.
6. Re-end operating condition.
3.1. Plan network.
3.4. Stormwater - paragraphs 3 to 10.
The provisions not included in the tables above do not apply to existing plants.

APPENDIXIII TECHNICAL REGULATIONS FOR VIBRATIONS
The facility is built, equipped and operated so that its operation is not causing vibrations in neighboring buildings that could compromise the health or safety of the neighborhood or be a nuisance to it.
The particle velocity of vibrations emitted, measured by the method defined in this Annex, must not exceed the values ​​defined below.
1. Limit values ​​of the particle velocity
1.1. Continuous sources or similar
Are considered as continuous sources or assimilated:
- All machines emitting continuous vibration;
- Sources emitting relatively short intervals pulse unlimited number of programs.
The limit values ​​applicable to all three components of the vibratory motion are:

FREQUENCY 4 Hz - 8 Hz
8 Hz - 30 Hz
30 Hz - 100 Hz
resistant constructions.
5 mm / s
6 mm / s
8 mm / s
sensitive constructions.
3 mm / s
5 mm / s
6 mm / s
constructions very sensitive.
2 mm / s
3 mm / s
4 mm / s
1.2. Pulse sources to repeated pulses
Pulsed sources are considered to repeated pulses all sources emitting in limited numbers, pulses at fairly short intervals but higher than 1 s and whose emission duration is less than 500 ms.
The limit values ​​applicable to all three components of the vibratory motion are:

FREQUENCY 4 Hz - 8 Hz
8 Hz - 30 Hz
30 Hz - 100 Hz
resistant constructions.
8 mm / s
12 mm / s
15 mm / s
sensitive buildings.
6 mm / s
9 mm / s
12 mm / s
Constructions very sensitive.
4 mm / s
6 mm / s
9 mm / s
Whatever the nature of the source, when the frequencies corresponding to particulate speeds commonly observed during the measurement period varied from 0.5 Hz frequencies of 8, 30 and 100 Hz, the limit value to remember is that corresponding to the frequency band immediately below. If the vibrations have frequencies outside the range of 4-100 Hz, it should appeal to a qualified organization approved by the Minister for the Environment.
2. Classification of buildings
In applying the limits of particle speeds, buildings are classified into three categories according to their level of resistance:
- Resistant buildings: buildings of Class 1 to 4 defined by Circular No 23 of 23 July 1986 relating to mechanical vibrations emitted into the environment by classified installations for environmental protection;
- Sensitive constructions: constructions of classes 5-8 defined by Circular No 23 of 23 July 1986.
- Very sensitive buildings: buildings of 9-13 classes defined by Circular No 23 of 23 July 1986.
The following constructions are excluded from this classification:
- Nuclear reactors and related facilities;
- Facilities related to general safety, except for buildings that contain them;
- Dams, bridges;
- The water towers;
- The transmission facilities long distance gas or liquids other than water and the water pressure piping diameter greater than one meter;
- Gas storage tanks of liquid hydrocarbons or cereals;
- Rail or road tunnels and other underground structures of similar importance;
- Port structures such as dikes, docks and structures lying in the water including drilling platforms,
why the study of the effects of vibration must be entrusted to a qualified organization. The choice of this organization must be approved by the Inspectorate of classified installations. 3
. measurement method
3.1. Basic Elements

The movement at a given point of a building registered in three rectangular directions, one vertical, the other two directions being defined relative to the horizontal axes of the work studied regardless of the azimuth.
The sensors are placed on the main element of construction (support of a bearing wall window fulcrum on the steel frame or concrete in the case of a modern construction).
3.2. Measuring equipment
The electrode to be used must enable recording, as a function of time, the particle velocity in the frequency range of 4 Hz to 150 Hz for the amplitudes of the speed between 0.1 mm / s and 50 mm / s. The dynamics of the chain must be at least 54 dB.
3.3. Operating precautions
The sensors must be completely secured to their support. Care must be taken not to install the sensors on coatings (zinc, plaster, tiles ...) that can act as filters or vibrations cause noise vibrations if these coatings are not well secured to the main part of building . Should be carried out, if possible, a measurement of existing agitations, outside the operation of the source.

Done at Paris on 15 April 2010.
For the Minister and by delegation: The Director General

of risk prevention,
L. Michel

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