Twelfth Ordinance For The Implementation Of The Federal Immission Control Act

Original Language Title: Zwölfte Verordnung zur Durchführung des Bundes-Immissionsschutzgesetzes

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Twelfth Ordinance for the implementation of the Federal Immission Control Act (DBE regulation - 12th BImSchV) 12th BImSchV Ausfertigung date: 26.04.2000 full quotation: "major accidents Ordinance as amended by the notice of June 8, 2005 (BGBl. I S. 1598), most recently by article 1 of regulation from 14 August 2013 (BGBl. I S. 3230) is changed" stand: Neugefasst by BEK. v. 8.6.2005 I 1598 last amended by art. 1 V v. 14.8.2013 I 3230 for more information on the stand number you see in the menu see remarks footnote (+++ text detection from: 3.5.2000 +++) the V 1 d V v. 26.4.2000 was adopted as article I 603 (GefStoffUnfUmsV) by the Federal Government after consultation with the interested parties with the consent of the Federal Council. It is according to art. 4 sentence 1 of this V mWv updating entered into force.

Table of contents part I General provisions section 1 scope article 2 definitions part regulations for operating areas first section basic obligations Article 3 General obligations of the operator section 4 requirements for the prevention of accidents section 5 requirements to limit accident impacts section 6 supplementary requirements of § 7 indicator § 8 concept for the prevention of accidents second section advanced obligations § 9 safety report section 10 alarm and emergency plans § 11 details of security measures article 12 other duties to third section authority obligations § 13 obligation against the operator of § 14 reporting obligations section 15 domino effect section 16 monitoring system part III (dropped out) § 17 (dropped out) § 18 () lapsed) fourth part of registration process, final provisions § 19 registration procedure article 20 transitional provisions article 21 offences annex I applicability of Regulation Annex II minimum information security report annex III principles of the concept for the prevention of accidents and the safety management system annex IV information in the alarm and danger Defense plans annex V public information annex VI messages part 1: criteria part 2: content annex VII (fallen away) part I General provisions section 1 scope of application (1) the provisions of the second and fourth part with exception of articles 9 to 12 shall apply for establishments where dangerous substances in quantities are available, in annex I, column that 4 mentioned thresholds achieving or exceeding. For ranges of operating, where there are dangerous substances in quantities that column in annex I reach 5 mentioned thresholds or exceed, in addition, the competent authority may apply the provisions of articles 9 to 12 (2) in some cases imposing obligations according the articles 9 to 12 also the operator of an operating range, insofar as it for the prevention of accidents, or to limit their effects is necessary, , when the dangerous substances present in the operating area column does not reach the 5 mentioned thresholds in annex I.
(3) (dropped out) (4) (dropped out) (5) paragraphs 1 and 2 do not apply to that in article 4 of Directive 96/82/EC of 9 December 1996 on the control of major-accident hazards involving dangerous substances (OJ EC 1997 No. L 10, p. 13), as amended by Directive 2003/105/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 2003 (OJ EU no. L 345, p. 97), facilities already mentioned, threats and activities.

Article 2 definitions for the purposes of this regulation are 1 hazardous substances: substances, mixtures or preparations, which are listed or meet the criteria set in annex I and which as raw material, finished product, by-product, residue or intermediate exist, including those to be reasonably expected is that apply when a disturbance of the operation as directed;
2. presence of hazardous substances: the actual or planned presence of hazardous substances or their presence, unless it can be assumed that it accrues at a runaway industrial chemical process, in amounts that meet the thresholds referred to in annex I or exceed;
3. accident: an event such as an emission, a fire, or an explosion of larger scale, resulting from a disturbance of the operation as directed in an operating area covered by this regulation or in a covered by this regulation, which immediately or later inside or outside the operating range or the facility to a serious danger or damage referred to in annex VI, part 1 section I no. 4 and in which one or more hazardous substances are involved;
4. serious danger: a danger when the a) people's life is threatened or serious adverse effects on health of people are to be feared, b) can affect the health of a large number of people or c) the environment, in particular animals and plants, soil, water, the atmosphere as well as cultural or other property can be damaged if a change in their structure or their usability; affect the common good
5. safety level: the level of development of advanced procedures, facilities and operational modes, secured the practical suitability of a measure for the prevention of accidents, or to limit their effects which makes. In determining the level of security technology are especially comparable processes to attract facilities or modes of operation which have been tried with success in the operation.
Part II regulations for operating areas first section basic obligations Article 3 General obligations of operator (1) the operator has to take the steps necessary on the type and extent of the potential dangers to prevent accidents; Obligations in other than emission control legislation remain unaffected.
(2) in the case of the fulfilment of the obligation referred to in paragraph 1, 1 operational risk sources, 2. environment-related sources of danger, are taken into account except that these sources of danger or interference as the causes of the incident can be reasonably excluded, such as earthquakes or floods, and 3 interventions of unauthorized persons.
(3) paragraph 1, are preventive measures must be taken to minimize the impact of incidents.
(4) the nature and operation of the systems operating range must comply with the safety level.

§ 4 has particularly 1 requirements for the prevention of accidents of the operator to the fulfilment of the obligation arising from article 3, paragraph 1.
Measures must be taken, so that fires and explosions a) be avoided within the operating range, b) not can soak in a manner affecting the safety of a plant on other installations of the operating range and c) not in a manner affecting the safety of the operating area outside him interact with can 2 operating range with sufficient warning, alarm and safety equipment to equip the systems of operating range reliable measuring devices and control or control equipment to equip with 3. , that as far as this is technically, each several available, diverse and independent are to protect 4. the safety-related parts of the operating range from unauthorized tampering.

§ 5 requirements to limit accident impacts (1) the operator has in particular 1 to the fulfilment of the obligation arising from article 3 para. 3.
Measures to ensure that due to the nature of the foundations and the load-bearing parts of buildings, no additional risk may be caused in accidents, 2. to equip the systems of operating range with the necessary safety equipment, and to take the necessary technical and organisational protective measures.
(2) the operator must ensure that in an incident the authorities responsible for the security and emergency personnel immediately, comprehensive and knowledgeable are advised.

§ 6 additional requirements (1) the operator has to meet from 3 to monitor para 1 or 3 resulting obligations about the requirements referred to in paragraphs 4 and 5, 1 to consider the establishment and operation of safety-related components, as well as the systems of operating range with regard to safety and regularly maintain, maintenance and repair work after the State of the art making 2. , to meet 3. safety precautions to avoid operating errors, 4. through appropriate operating and safety instructions and training of personnel misconduct to prevent.
(2) (dropped out) (3) the operators which have defined operating areas in consultation with the competent authorities all necessary information to replace 1 with each other, so that in their approach to the prevention of accidents in their safety management systems in their safety reports and their internal alarm and risk defence plans of the type and the extent of the overall risk of an incident can take into account pursuant to § 15, and 2 on the information to the public, as well as the transmission of information to the authority responsible for the creation of external alarm and danger Defense plans to work together.
(4) the operator has the competent authority on request to provide any additional information that are necessary, so that the possibility of the occurrence of an incident informed judge the authority which determine possible increased probability and the possible enlargement of the consequences of accidents, create external alarm and emergency plans and materials, due to their physical form, its special features or place , where they exist, require additional precautions, can take into account.

§ 7 display (1) the operator has at least one month before the beginning of the establishment in writing to show an operating range the following the competent authority: 1. name or company of the operator and full address of the concerned operating range, 2. registered office and full address of the operator, 3. name or function of the person responsible for the operating range, in case of the person referred to in paragraph 1 by way of derogation, 4. sufficient information to identify the dangerous substances or category of dangerous substances , 5. quantity and physical form of the dangerous substances, 6 activity or proposed activity in the installations of the operating range, 7 trigger conditions in the immediate vicinity of the operating range, the an incident or worsen its consequences.
(2) the operator has a change of the range of of operating, 2. a procedure in which a hazardous substance is used, 3 the amount, type or physical form of the dangerous substance from those listed in paragraph 1, from which significant effects with regard to the risks associated with an incident could result as well as 4. at least one month prior written to display the final decommissioning of the operating area or system of the operating range of the competent authority 1.
(3) a separate display there is no need, as far as the operator has submitted the relevant information to the competent authority pursuant to paragraph 1 within the framework of an authorisation or notification procedure.

§ 8 concept for the prevention of accidents (1) the operator has to work out a written concept for the prevention of accidents before. It should be appropriate to the risks of accidents in the operating area and must take account of the principles laid down in annex III.
(2) the operator shall ensure the implementation of the concept. Operators of establishments according to section 1, paragraph 1, sentence 1 have to keep available for the competent authorities.
(3) the operator has to check no. 1 to 3 in the cases of § 7 para 2 the concept for the prevention of accidents, including safety management system underlying this concept, as well as the procedures for its implementation and, if necessary, to update.
Second section advanced obligations § 9 safety report (1) the operator of an operating range according to section 1, subsection 1, sentence 2 has to create a safety report referred to in paragraph 2, is that 1 a concept for the prevention of accidents has been implemented and there is a security management system to its application in accordance with the principles of set out in annex III, 2. discovers the dangers of accidents, and all necessary measures to prevent such accidents and to limit their impact on humans and the environment have been taken outlining, , 3. the interpretation, the establishment and the operation and maintenance all parts of an operating range, which are related to the risk of accidents in the operating range are sufficiently safe and reliable, 4 internal alarm and emergency plans are available and the necessary information for establishing external alarm and emergency plans are provided so that the necessary measures can be taken when an incident, and sufficient information in the 5th provided , so that the competent authorities can make decisions about the settlement of new activities or areas of operation of existing developments in the neighborhood.
(2) the security report containing at least the information listed in annex II and information. He lists the names of the relevant stakeholders in the preparation of the report. It contains also an up-to-date list of the existing in the operation area hazardous substances on the basis of terms and classifications in column 2 of the list of substances of annex I. (3) the operator can summarize on the basis of other legislation generally reports to be submitted or parts of such reports to a single security report within the meaning of this paragraph, provided that all requirements of this paragraph are observed.
(4) the operator has the safety report to present paragraphs 1 and 2 without prejudice to § 4 para 2 sentence 2 of the Ordinance on the approval procedure within a reasonable set by the competent authority period before and immediately after an upgrade due to the inspection prescribed in paragraph 5 to the competent authority.
(5) the operator has the safety report as well as the concept for the prevention of accidents and the safety management system 1 at least every five years, 2. a change of a) the operating range, b) a procedure in which a hazardous substance is used, c) the amount, type or physical form of a hazardous substance from those listed in the safety report, 3. at any time, if new circumstances so require , or to take into account new safety knowledge as well as current knowledge to assess the dangers, check. If verification pursuant to sentence 1 turns out that significant impact with regard to the risks associated with a failure could result, the operator must without delay update the safety report as well as the concept for the prevention of accidents and the safety management system.
(6) if certain materials existing in terms of operating or from any part of the operating range even no risk of an incident can be, the competent authority at the request of the operator may in article 16 of Directive 82/501/EEC of 24 June 1982 on the risks of serious accidents in certain industrial activities (OJ according to criteria, EC No. L 230, p. 1) or in article 22 of Directive 96/82/EC of 9 December 1996 on the control of major-accident hazards involving dangerous substances (OJ EC No. L 10, p. 13) procedure has been created, allow that the information prescribed for the safety report be limited to the aspects that are for the defense of the remaining dangers of accidents and to limit their impact on humans and the environment are of importance.

§ 10 alarm and emergency plan (1) before initial operation of an operating range according to section 1, subsection 1, sentence 2 of the operator 1 internal alarm and emergency response plans to create, which must contain the information listed in annex IV, and 2. has to communicate the information necessary for the creation of external alarm and emergency plans the competent authorities.
(2) if the territory of another State from the effects of an incident can be affected, the operator has to send more copies corresponding to no. 2 the information required for the creation of external alarm and emergency plan for transmission to the competent authority of the other State to the competent authorities referred to in paragraph 1.
(3) prior to establishing the internal alarm and emergency plans, the operator has to inform the employees of the operating range of the provided contents and to listen to this. He has to instruct the employees also prior to their first employment and thereafter at least every three years about the rules of conduct for it contained in the internal alarm and danger Defense plans for the incident. The obligations under sentences 1 and 2 shall apply mutatis mutandis also to not only temporarily employed staff of subcontractors.
(4) the operator has to check the internal alarm and emergency plan at intervals not exceeding three years and test. When reviewing changes in the relevant operating range are and to act in the relevant emergency services, new technical knowledge and insight, such as when incidents is taken into account. As far as the review pursuant to sentence 1 turns out that significant impact with regard to the measures to be taken when an incident could result the operator has to update the alarm and emergency plan immediately. Paragraph 1 2 shall apply no. 2 and paragraph accordingly.

Article 11 information on security measures
(1) the operator of an operating range according to section 1, subsection 1, sentence 2 has all persons and all establishments with public access, such as schools and hospitals, which could be affected by an incident in this operating range, to inform in accordance with sentence 2 before about the security measures and the correct behaviour in the case of an incident in a manner tailored to the specific needs of each target group. The information contain at least the information listed in annex V. You are constantly accessible to the public. As far as the information on the protection of the public are determined, they are with the authorities responsible for civil protection and the General Security to vote. The obligations of the operator referred to in this paragraph shall apply also to persons, the public and the competent authorities in other States, its territory could be affected by the transboundary effects of an incident in the operating range.
(2) the operator has to verify the information referred to in paragraph 1 every three years. As far as when checking changes arise, which could have significant implications with regard to the risks associated with a failure, the operator has to update the information immediately and repeat; Paragraph 1 shall apply mutatis mutandis. The period within which the information made available to the public must be repeated, must in no case exceed five years.
(3) the operator has to hold the safety report according to section 9 for inspection by the public. He may require the competent authority to certain parts of the security report, which not the list of dangerous substances may include according to section 9, paragraph 2, for reasons of operational and business secrecy, protection of privacy, public safety or the defence not open to put. After approval by the competent authority, the operator in such cases submit a modified security report to the authority, are spared the parts not to be, and makes accessible to the public.

§ 12 has other duties (1) the operator of a range of operating according to section 1, subsection 1, sentence 2 to assign 1 to request the competent authority to a designated by her, appropriate information sharing job of public administration, as well as 2 to set up a connection that is always available and protected against abuse and to entertain a person or body with the limitation of the effects of accidents and to call this the competent authority.
(2) the operator no. 1 and 2 has documents which according to § 6 paragraph 1 required implementation 1. the audit of the establishment and operation of safety-related components, 2. monitoring and regular maintenance of the system safety-technical point of view, 3. the safety-related maintenance and repair work, and 4. the functional tests of the warning, alarm and safety equipment to create. The documents shall be kept at least five years from creation for inspection by the competent authority.
Third section authority obligations Article 13 obligation against the operator before commissioning an operating range and checks prescribed after an upgrade of the safety report on the basis of the § 9 par. 5 has the competent authority, where appropriate, to request additional information, within a reasonable time after receipt of the security report to inform the results of its examination of the safety report, the operator as far as the security report is not subject to an Immissions approval procedure. Sentence 1 shall apply accordingly in the cases of § 20 para 3 and 3a.

§ 14 reporting obligations (1) competent authority has a directory of establishments according to § 9 section 6 specifying the relevant for exceptions reasons within three months after the end of the first calendar year following entry into force of this regulation and then any other decision according to § 9 section 6 and their reasons immediately for onward transmission to the Commission of the European communities in accordance with article 9 para. 6 (c) of Directive 96/82/EC of 9 December 1996 on the control of Risks associated with major accidents involving dangerous substances (OJ EC No. L 10, p. 13) competent authority to present.
(2) the competent authority shall every three years according to the requirements of Directive 91/692/EEC of 23 December 1991 standardizing and rationalizing reports on the implementation of certain environmental directives (OJ EC No. L 377, p. 48) within six months after the end of each three-year period of the authority competent under national law the Federal Ministry for environment, nature conservation and nuclear safety a report about the operation areas affected by this regulation to submit; the Federal Ministry for environment, nature conservation and nuclear safety manages the report according to article 19 paragraph 4 of Directive 96/82/EC of 9 December 1996 on the control of major-accident hazards involving dangerous substances (OJ EC No. L 10, p. 13) next to the Commission of the European communities.
(3) the competent authority has the authority competent under national law the Federal Ministry for the environment, to communicate information up to the following 1 October 2005 for each operating area nature conservation and reactor safety: 1. name or company of the operator and full address of the concerned operating range and 2. activity or activities of the operating range.
Same way, the information 1 No. 1 and 2 for each operating area to this regulation at the end of the three-year periods referred to in paragraph 2 shall apply to communicate is the Federal Ministry for environment, nature conservation and nuclear safety at same times as the reports referred to in paragraph 2 to set. The Federal Ministry for environment, nature conservation and nuclear safety forwards the information pursuant to sentences 1 and 2 to the Commission of the European communities.

§ 15 domino effect has the authority of operators to determine which establishments or groups of establishments on the basis of their location, their mutual distance and the dangerous substances present in their facilities may be an increased likelihood or possibility of accidents or these accidents can be catastrophic.

§ 16 monitoring system (1) the competent authority shall set up a monitoring system that is commensurate with the nature of the concerned operating range without prejudice to § 13. The monitoring system has a planned and systematic examination of technical, organisational and management systems of the operation area to allow the authority verified in particular, 1 that the operator can demonstrate that he has taken the measures necessary for the prevention of accidents in connection with the various operating-specific activities, 2. that the operator can demonstrate that he has provided appropriate means to limit accident impacts inside and outside the operating range , 3. that which rightly reflect the conditions in the operating range contained details and information in the safety report, or other submitted reports, 4 that the information have been made available the public pursuant to § 11 para 1.
(2) the monitoring system referred to in paragraph 1 must meet the following requirements: 1. for all its branches a monitoring program must be created. Each operating area, for which a security report is required pursuant to section 9, is subjected after the program to at least every twelve months a preliminary site inspection by the competent authority, unless the competent authority has created a monitoring program with other inspection intervals for each operating area on the basis of a systematic assessment of risks of accidents.
2. for each inspection the competent authority reports.
3. If necessary check the follow-up of each inspection within a reasonable period of time after an inspection by the competent authority together with the management of the operating range.
(3) the competent authority may without prejudice to section 29a of the of the Federal Immission Control Act an appropriate expert with the inspection referred to in paragraph 2 No. 1, the preparation of the report referred to in paragraph 2 No. 2 and the required follow-up review referred to in paragraph 2 No. 3 hire. Part of the order must be that the report referred to in paragraph 2 No. 2 and the outcome of the review referred to in paragraph 2 No. 3 within four weeks after the completion of the report and conclusion of the review of the competent authority to transmit. It is suitable within the meaning of sentence 1, who has the necessary expertise, independence, reliability, and technical facilities. Evidence from another Member State of the European Union or another Contracting State to the agreement on the European economic area are equally domestic evidence if emerges from them to meet the requirements of set 3 or essentially comparable on the basis of their objective requirements of the exhibition State. Proof of equivalence pursuant to sentence 4 shall be provided the competent authority prior to commencement of activities in the original or copy. A certification of of copy of the may be required. The competent authority may also require that equivalent record in certified German translation be submitted. In case of temporary and only occasional activities of nationals of another Member State of the European Union or another Contracting State to the agreement on the European economic area, which is established for the exercise of such an activity in one of these States, domestic, § 13a paragraph 2 sentence 2 to 5 and paragraph 3 of the industrial code shall apply accordingly. Article 36a, paragraph 1, sentence 2 and paragraph 2 of the commercial also applies in case of establishment of such nationals with regard to the necessary expertise.
Third part of article 17 (dropped out) - article 18 (dropped out) - fourth part of registration process, final provisions article 19 reporting procedure (1) the operator has the competent authority without delay the occurrence of an event that meets the criteria of set out in annex VI, part 1, to be communicated.
(2) the operator has the competent authority without delay, to submit an additional written notice no later than within one week after the occurrence of an event referred to in paragraph 1 containing at least the information referred to in annex VI, part 2. He has immediately to complement the communication if there is new information or to correct.
(3) receives the competent authority informed of an event referred to in annex VI, part 1 section I, it has 1 through inspections, investigations or other suitable means for a complete analysis of the technical, organizational and management aspects of this event to obtain necessary information, take 2 to ensure that the operator meets all necessary corrective measures, and 3 recommendations for future prevention measures to submit measures , once the analysis referred to in point 1.
(4) for the prevention of accidents and mitigation of accident impact has the competent authority referred to in paragraph 2 immediately about the authority competent under national law to submit to a copy of the written notification from the Federal Ministry for environment, nature conservation and nuclear safety; It shall inform the Commission of the European communities in accordance with article 15 paragraph 1 of Directive 96/82/EC of 9 December 1996 on the control of major-accident hazards involving dangerous substances (OJ EC No. L 10, p. 13), if one of the criteria of in annex VI, part 1, clause I or II is met.
(5) the competent authority shall after the result of the analysis paragraph 3 No. 1 and recommendations pursuant to paragraph 3 No. 3 in writing of the authority competent under national law the Federal Ministry for environment, nature conservation and nuclear safety with; It shall inform the Commission of the European communities in accordance with article 15 para 2 of Directive 96/82/EC of 9 December 1996 on the control of major-accident hazards involving dangerous substances (OJ EC No. L 10, p. 13).
(6) the operator has to promptly inform workers or their staff to a notification referred to in paragraph 1 and to expose them to a copy of the written notification referred to in paragraph 2 on request.

§ 20 transitional provisions (1) the operator of an operating range existing at the time of entry into force of this regulation has the competent authority pursuant to § 7 para 1 No. 1 to 7, three months after the entry into force of this regulation in writing to display the information. An ad is not necessary, as far as the operator of concerned operating range already has the relevant information the competent authority on the basis of other legislation.
(1a) the operator of an operating range, which falls to no. 1 to 7, three months after the date has the information according to § 7 paragraph 1 the competent authority at a later date under the scope of application of this regulation which for the respective operating scope this Regulation shall apply in writing. Paragraph shall apply accordingly 1 sentence 2.
(2) the operator of an operating range existing at the time of entry into force of this regulation has the concept according to article 8, paragraph 1 immediately, at the latest however up to the expiration of six months after for the competent authorities to maintain availability of entry into force of the regulation, to develop, to ensure its implementation and it.
(2a) the operator of an operating range, which falls under the scope of application of this regulation at a later date, the concept has the expiration of three months after the date to which this Regulation applies to the concerned operating range, to work out and to keep available for the competent authorities according to § 8 paragraph 1 without delay, at the latest however up to.
(3) the operator of an operating range existing at the time of entry into force of this regulation has to comply with the obligations, if the operating range consists entirely of plants, which were subject to the entry into force of this regulation the major accidents Ordinance pursuant to § 9 to February 2, 2001 according to section 1, subsection 1, sentence 2. In all other cases, the operators of operating range existing at the time of entry into force of this regulation has to meet the obligations according to § 9 to February 2, 2002.
(3a) the operator of an operating range, which falls later in the scope of § 1 para 1 sentence 2, the obligations has the expiration of one year after the date pursuant to § 9 without delay, at the latest however up to, applies to the § 1 para 1 sentence 2 of the concerned operating range, to meet.
(4) the operator of an operating range existing at the time of entry into force of this regulation according to section 1, subsection 1, sentence 2 has up to 2 February 2001 1 according to § 10 para and 2 to create 1 No. 1 required internal alarm and emergency plans the competent authorities the information necessary for the creation of external alarm and emergency plans to transmit if the operating section consists entirely of plants , which were subject to before the entry into force of this regulation the major accidents Ordinance. In all other cases, the operators of operating range existing at the time of entry into force of this regulation according to section 1, subsection 1, sentence 2 has to meet the obligations in paragraphs 1 and 2 to February 2, 2002. § 10 par. 2 to 4 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
(4a) the operator of an operating range 1 para 1 sentence 2 falling later in the scope according to §, the obligations has the expiration of one year after the date according to § 10 para 1 immediately, at the latest however up to, applies to the § 1 para 1 sentence 2 of the concerned operating range, to meet. § 10 par. 2 to 4 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
(5) the operator of an existing at the time of entry into force of this regulation operating range according to section 1, subsection 1, sentence 2 has the people who could be affected by an incident in this operating range, without delay, at the latest however until the expiration of six months after entry into force of the regulation, in accordance with section 11, subsection 1, sentence 1 and 2 notify if not already a corresponding information is effected under other legislation is. § 11 para 1 sentence 3 to 5 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
(6) also operating areas, has begun its establishment are considered existing areas of operation within the meaning of this provision.

Section 21 is administrative offences (1) any person in the sense of § 62 para 1 No. 2 of the Federal Immission Control Act, who intentionally or negligently 1 an enforceable order according to § 1 para 2 violates, (dropped out) 3. violates article 6 par. 4 information not, incorrectly, incompletely or not timely delivers 2., 4. contrary to article 7, paragraph 1 or 2 or § 20 para 1 sentence 1 or paragraph 1a sentence 1 is a screen does not , not properly, not fully, not in the prescribed manner or not timely paid, 5. contrary to section 8, paragraph 2 or article 20 para 2 or 2a does not ensure the implementation of the concept or the concept not available keeps 6 contrary to § 9 para 4 or 5 2, also in connection with article 20 para. 3 or 3a, a security report not, incorrectly, incompletely or not timely submit set or not or not timely updated , 7. violates a) § 10 para 1, also in conjunction with section 20 para 4a set 1, b) § 10 para 1 No. 2, also in conjunction with section 10 para 4 sentence 4, also in conjunction with section 20 para 4 sentence 3 or paragraph 4a sentence 2, or c) § 20 para 4 sentence 1, also in conjunction with sentence 2,
Alarm and emergency plans not, incorrectly, incompletely or not in time created an information not, incorrectly, incompletely or not timely submitted or 8 contrary to section 10, paragraph 3, sentence 1 or 2, also in conjunction with section 20 para 4 sentence 3 or paragraph 4a set 2, which not, incorrectly, incompletely or not timely inform employees or briefs or hear not or not timely , 9 contrary to section 10, paragraph 4, sentence 1 or 3, also in conjunction with section 20 para 4 sentence 3 or paragraph 4a sentence 2, alarm and emergency plans not or not timely tested or not, incorrectly, incompletely or not timely 10 contrary to section 11, subsection 1, sentence 1, or article 20, paragraph 5, sentence 1 updated information does not, not, not fully , 11 contrary to section 11, subsection 1, sentence 3 are not in the prescribed manner or in a timely manner, also in connection with paragraph 2 sentence makes information 2, or article 20, paragraph 5, sentence 2, or section 11, paragraph 2, sentence 2 as not accessible as it can be, not or not timely updated or not or not timely reviewed, 12 contrary to section 11, paragraph 3, sentence 1 has a security report to the insight , 13 contrary to section 12 paragraph 1 No. 1 not or not timely establishes a connection, 14 contrary to article 12, paragraph 2, sentence 2 kept a surface not or at least five years or 15 contrary to article 19, paragraph 1 or 2 a message not, incorrectly, incompletely or not in time makes, not, not, not fully or not timely submit, not or not timely or not or not timely corrected.
(2) (lapsed) (3) any person in the sense of § 62 para 1 No. 7 of the Federal Immission Control Act is, who intentionally or negligently contravenes 1 an enforceable order according to § 1 para 2 or in paragraph 1 of no. 3 to 15 referred to action in relation to a not requiring a permit system commits 2., which is part of operation scope.

Annex I applicability of regulation site of the original text: BGBl I 2005, 1607-1613 1.
This annex applies to the presence of hazardous substances in operational areas. He determines the application of the relevant provisions of this regulation.
2. mixtures and preparations are similarly treated as pure materials, provided remains its composition within the concentration limits are designated according to their properties in the relevant directives listed in note 1 to the list of substances this annex or whose last adapted to technical progress unless, of course, that a percentage composition or other description is specifically given.
3. the below specified thresholds apply the table per operating range (columns 4 and 5).
4. the quantities to be taken into account for the application of the relevant provisions are the maximum quantities which are present or may be present at any time. Hazardous substances that are present in an operating range only in an amount of not more than 2% of the relevant tonnage threshold, be disregarded when calculating the total amount, if they are within an operating range in a place where they can not act as triggers of an incident elsewhere in the operating range.
5. to test the application of the regulation are to add the subsets for each dangerous substance with regard to number 4 on the operating range and to compare each single sum the quantities specified in columns 4 and 5. In the presence of several dangerous substances, the following rules apply in addition to adding quantities of hazardous substances or categories of dangerous substances in an operating range: operating range falls under the relevant provisions of this regulation if the sum q(tief)1/Q(tief)1 + q(tief)2/Q(tief)2 + q(tief)3/Q(tief)3 + q(tief)4/Q(tief)4 + q(tief)5/Q(tief)5 +... q(tief)x/Q(tief)x > = 1 is , where q(tief)(1,... x 2) the quantity of a hazardous substance (1, 2... x) (or hazardous substances of the same category) of this annex and Q(tief)(1,... x 2) the relevant threshold for quantities of a hazardous substance (1, 2... x) (or hazardous substances of the same category) column 4 or 5 of this annex are.
This rule shall apply under the following conditions: a) the substances specifically listed in paragraphs 11 to 39 and preparations in amounts under their individual threshold for quantities, if they have the same together with materials, are available under the numbers of 1 to 10b listed category in an operating range, b) for adding the quantities of substances and preparations of the same under the numbers of 1 to 10 b listed category , c) for adding the quantity of categories 1 and 2, which are together in an operating range, d) for adding the quantity of categories 3, 4, 5, 6, 7a, 7B and 8, which are together in an operating range, e) for adding the quantity of categories 9a and 9B, which together are present in an operating range.
6 specifically listed substance or a there listed group of substances under one of the numbers of 1 to 10 b listed category, arriving in paragraphs 11 to 39 so you are 11 to 39 among the numbers to apply thresholds quantities Q(Tief)x.
7 subject to paragraphs 11 to 39 substances not listed by name, to apply the respective lowest tonnage threshold groups of substances or preparations under more than one which is 1 to 10 b listed categories, so the numbers. Application of the rule laid down in paragraph 5 the tonnage threshold is always to use, which corresponds to the respective classification.
8 on substances, groups of substances and preparations that 1 guidelines led to the list of substances this annex are classified under note (such as waste), but in an operating range are present or may be present and have properties equivalent to the conditions encountered in the operating field with regard to their accident potential, or have can, not as dangerous to one, the procedures for provisional classification according to the relevant articles of the directive in question shall apply.
9. within the meaning of this regulation, gas is any substance that has an absolute vapour pressure of at least 101,3 kPa at a temperature of 20 degrees C.
10. within the meaning of this regulation, fluid is any substance that is defined as a gas and is at a temperature of 20 degrees C and a standard pressure of 101,3 kPa not in the solid state.
Stoffliste dangerous substances classification No. 1) CAS No. 2) quantities in kg operating ranges for section 1, subsection 1, sentence 1 section 1, subsection 1, sentence 2 column 1 column 2 column 3 column 4 column 5 1 very toxic 5 000 20 000 2 toxic 50 000 200 000 3 oxidizing 50 000 200 000 4 explosive 3) (if the substance, preparation or article in the UN/ADR hazard subclass 1.4) 50 000 200 000 5 explosive 3) (if the fabric) , the preparation or article in the UN/ADR hazard subclass 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.5 or 1.6 or falls below the risk phrase R 2 or R 3) 10 000 50 000 6 flammable 5) 5 000 000 50 000 000 7a highly flammable 6) 50 000 200 000 7 b flammable liquids 7) 5 000 000 50 000 000 8 extremely flammable 8) 10 000 50 000 9a dangerous to the environment , in conjunction with the risk phrase R 50 or R 50 / 53 100 000 200 000 9 b dangerous to the environment, in conjunction with the risk phrase R 51 / 53 200 000 500 000 10a each classification, if not above captured in connection with the risk phrase R 14 or R 14 / 15 100 000 500 000 10 b each classification, if not above captured in connection with the risk phrase R 29 50 000 200 000 11 Hochentzündliche liquefied gases (including LPG) and natural gas 50 000 200 000 12 following carcinogenic substances at a concentration of 5% by weight: 500 2 000 12.1 4-Aminodiphenyl and / or its salts 92-67-1 12.2 benzidine and/or its salts 92-87-5 12.3 Benzotrichloride 98-07-7 12.4 bis(chlormethyl)ether 542-88-1 12.5 chloro methyl methyl ether 107-30-2 12.6 1,2 Dibromo 3 - Chloropropane 96-12-8 12.7 1,2-dibromoethane 106-93-4 12.8 diethyl sulfate 64-67-5 12.9 N, N Dimethylcarbamoyl 79-44-7 12.10 1,2 Dimethylhydrazine 540-73-8 12.11 N , N-Nitrosodimethylamine 62-75-9 12.12 dimethyl sulfate 77-78-1 12.13 Hexamethylphosphoramide (HMPT) 680-31-9 12.14 302-01-2 hydrazine 12.15 2-Naphthylamine and/or its salts 91-59-8 12.16 4-nitrobiphenyl 92-93-3 12.17 1,3-Propanesultone 1120-71-4 13 petroleum products: 2 500 000 25 000 000 13.1 gasoline and naphtha 13.2 biofuel (including Jet fuels) 13.3 gas oils (including diesel fuels, light fuel oil and gas oil blending streams) 13.4 heavy 14 acetylene 74-86-2 5 000 50 000 15.1 ammonium nitrate 9) 6484-52-2 5 000 000 10 000 000 15.2 ammonium nitrate 10) 6484-52-2 1 250 000 5 000 000 15.3 ammonium nitrate 11) 6484-52-2 350 000 2 500 000 15.4 ammonium nitrate 12) 6484-52-2 10 000 50 000 16.1 arsen(V)OXID, Arsen(V)-säure and/or its salts 1 000 2 000 16.2 arsen(iii)OXID, Arsen(III)säure and/or its salts 100 100 17 arsenic hydrogen (arsine) 7784-42-1 200 1 000 18 lead alkyl compounds, such as 5 000 50 000 18.1 Bleitetraethyl 78-00-2 18.2 Bleitetramethyl 75-74-1 19 bromine 7726-95-6 20 000 100 000 20 chlorine 7782-50-5 10 000 25 000
21 hydrogen chloride (liquefied gas) 7647-01-0 25 000 250 000 22 Ethylenimin (Aziridine) 151-56-4 10 000 20 000 23 ethylene oxide 75-21-8 5 000 50 000 24
Fluorine 7782-41-4 10 000 20 000 25 formaldehyde 15) (> = 90 Gew.-%)
50-00-0 5 000 50 000 26 methanol 67-56-1 500 000 5 000 000 27 4,4'-Methylen-bis(2-chloranilin) (MOCA) and its salts 101-14-4 10 10 28 Methylisocyanate 624-83-9 150 150 29 Atemgängige powder form nickel compounds (nickel monoxide, nickel dioxide, nickel sulphide, Trinickeldisulfid, nickel oxide) 1 000 1 000 30 phosgene 75-44-5 300 750 31 Phosphine (phosphine) 7803-51-2 200 1 000 32 Polychlordibenzofurane and Polychlorodibenzodioxins (including TCDD) in TCDD equivalent calculated 16) 1 1 33 propylene oxide (1,2 Epoxypropane) 75-56-9 5 000 50 000 34 oxygen 7782-44-7 200 000
2 000 000 35 Schwefeldichlorid 10545-99-0 1 000 1 000 36 sulfur trioxide 7446-11-9 15 000 75 000 37 toluene diisocyanate (TDI mixture) 10 000 100 000 38 hydrogen 1333-74-0 5 000 50 000 39.1 potassium nitrate 13) 7757-79-1 5 000 000 10 000 000 39.2 potassium nitrate 14) 7757-79-1 1 250 000 5 000 000 comments on the list of substances 1.
The classification of the substances and preparations in accordance with the following directives and their respective adaptation to technical progress:-Directive 67/548/EEC of 27 June 1967 on the approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of relating to the classification, packaging and labelling of dangerous substances (OJ EC No. L 196 p. 1), as last amended by Directive 2004/73/EC of 29 April 2004 (OJ EU no. L 152, p. 1), Directive 1999/45/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 31 May 1999 on the approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of relating to the classification, packaging and labelling of dangerous preparations (OJ EC No. L 200, p. 1), as last amended by Directive 2004/66/EC of the Council of 26 April 2004 (OJ EU no. L 168, p. 35).
2. registry number of the Chemical Abstracts Service.
3. "Explosive" according to Nos. 4 and 5 of the list of substances referred to a) a substance or preparation, with whom there is a risk of explosion by shock, friction, fire or other sources of ignition (risk phrase R 2), b) a substance or preparation, or the there is a particular risk of explosion by shock, friction, fire or other sources of ignition (risk phrase R 3) , or c) a substance, a preparation or an object of class 1 of the European agreement concluded on 30 September 1957 concerning the international carriage of dangerous goods by road (UN/ADR) - amended - amended by Directive 94/55/EC of 21 November 1994 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States for the transport of dangerous goods by road (OJ EC No. L 319, p. 7), as last amended by Directive 2004/111/EC of 9 December 2004 (OJ EU no. L 365, p. 25).
Also pyrotechnics that are defined for the purposes of this Regulation as a substance (or a mixture of substances), with the heat, light, sound, gas or smoke or a combination of such effects is to be achieved through self-sustained, exothermic chemical reactions fall under this definition. A substance or preparation is classified, 2 or 3 R after the UN/ADR classification, as well as with the risk phrase R the UN/ADR classification takes precedence over the classification with warnings of danger.
The substances and articles of class 1 are classified in one of the subclasses from 1.1 to 1.6 after the UN/ADR classification. Following are the relevant subclasses: subclass 1.1: substances and articles which have a mass explosion hazard (a mass explosion is an explosion which affects virtually the entire load instantaneously).
Division 1.2: Substances and articles which have the risk of formation of splinters, explosives and pieces of litter, but are not a mass explosion hazard.
Division 1.3: Substances and articles which have a fire hazard and either have a low risk due to air pressure or a low risk of splinters, explosives and pieces of litter or both, but not a mass explosion hazard are: a) whose combustion produces considerable radiant heat or b) which burn off one at a time so that result in a low air pressure effect or splitter, blast -, throw play action or both effects.
Division 1.4: Substances and articles which present only a slight risk of explosion in the event of ignition or ignition during transport. The effects are essentially limited to the shipping units, and it is not expected that arise of appreciable size or range. Acting outside fire has not virtually instantaneous explosion of almost all of the contents of the shipping piece resulted.
Division 1.5: Very insensitive mass explosive substances which are so insensitive that the probability of initiation or of transition of fire in a detonation under normal conditions of carriage is very low. For these substances is considered as a minimum requirement, they do not explode in the external fire test.
Division 1.6: Extremely insensitive articles which are not a mass explosion hazard. These articles contain only extremely insensitive detonating substances and have a negligible probability of accidental initiation or propagation. The risk is limited to the explosion of a single object.
This definition includes also explosive or pyrotechnic substances or preparations contained in articles. Objects containing explosive or pyrotechnic substances or preparations, the contained quantity of the substance or preparation is known, so this amount is decisive for the purposes of this regulation. The amount is not known, so the entire object as explosive is to for the purposes of this regulation handle.
4. (dropped out) referred to liquid substances and preparations which have a flash point of at least 21 degrees C and not more than 55 degrees C talk 5. "Flammable" according to no. 6 of the list of substances (risk phrase R 10) and the combustion.
After no. 7a of the substance list called a 6 "Highly flammable") liquid substances and preparations which may get in contact with air at ambient temperature without energy supply hot and finally catch fire (risk phrase R 17), or b) liquid substances and preparations having a flash point below 55 degrees C and which remain liquid under pressure, where certain types of treatment, such as under high pressure and at high temperatures , the risk of accidents can arise.
7 "Highly flammable" after no. 7b of the list of substances referred to liquid substances and preparations which have a flash point below 21 degrees C and are not extremely flammable (risk phrase R 11, second indent).
8 "extremely flammable" means a after no. 8 of the list of substances) liquid substances and preparations, a flash point lower than 0 have degrees C and the boiling point (or initial boiling point in case of a boiling range) at atmospheric pressure is a maximum of 35 degrees C (risk phrase R 12, first indent), b) gases which are flammable pressure in contact with air at ambient (risk phrase R 12, second indent), and which are in a gaseous or supercritical state , or c) liquid flammable or highly flammable substances and preparations maintained at a temperature above their respective boiling point.
9 ammonium nitrate (5 000 000 / 10 000 000): fertilisers, which are capable of self-sustaining decomposition.
This applies to ammonium nitrate composite fertilisers (/ composite fertilisers contain ammonium nitrate with phosphate and/or potash), where the nitrogen content derived from the ammonium nitrate - weight 2) is between 15,75% 1) and 24,5% and which either contain no more than 0.4% combustible organic materials or the requirements of annex II of to Directive 80/876/EEC of 15 July 1980 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States concerning ammonium nitrate fertilisers of high nitrogen content (OJ EC No. L 250 p. 7) meet,-weight not more than 15,75% 3) is and combustible material of no limit is subject to, and which according to the UN trough test ("trough test" after "United Nations recommendations on the transport of dangerous goods: Manual of tests and criteria", part III section 38.2) are capable of self-sustaining decomposition.
All ammonium nitrate preparations, which are associated with number 5 of the hazardous substances Ordinance (GefStoffV) Group B in accordance with Annex I covered by this entry.
10 ammonium nitrate (1 250 000 / 5 000 000): fertilizer quality applies for pure ammonium nitrate-based fertilisers and ammonium nitrate / composite fertilisers, where the nitrogen content derived from the ammonium nitrate - weight greater than 24.5% mixtures of ammonium nitrate and dolomite, limestone and/or calcium carbonate with a purity of at least 90%, except - is weight more than 15,75% for mixtures of ammonium nitrate and ammonium sulphate, - for mixtures of ammonium nitrate and dolomite , Limestone and/or calcium carbonate with a purity of at least 90% by weight greater than 28% 4) is and which comply with the requirements of annex II of to Directive 80/876/EEC.
Fertilisers, which are associated with number 5 of the hazardous substances Ordinance (GefStoffV) Group A referred to in annex I and that the detonation test fall under this entry.
11. ammonium nitrate (350 000 / 2 500 000): technical quality of the nitrogen content derived from the ammonium nitrate applies - to ammonium nitrate and preparations of ammonium nitrate, which
weight between 24,5% and 28%, contain not more than 0,4% combustible substances, - weight greater than 28% and contain not more than 0,2% combustible substances, - for aqueous solutions of ammonium nitrate where the concentration of ammonium nitrate is weight more than 80%.
All ammonium nitrate preparations, number 5 of the hazardous substances Ordinance (GefStoffV) the group associated to A I, D IV and E annex I covered by this entry.
12. ammonium nitrate (10 000/50 000): not conforming to specification material ("off-specs") and fertilizers which do not pass the detonation test.
This is true for - rejected material from the manufacturing process and to ammonium nitrate and preparations of ammonium nitrate, pure ammonium nitrate-based fertilisers and ammonium nitrate / composite fertilisers referred to in notes 10 and 11, which by the end user to a manufacturer, for the temporary storage or reprocessing facility for the purpose of processing, recycling or treatment for safe use returned or were, because they no longer meet the requirements of notes 10 and 11 , - Fertilisers referred to in note 9, first indent, and note 10, that do not meet the requirements of annex II of to Directive 80/876/EEC.
In addition to the products referred to in the first indent, all fertilizers which do not pass the detonation test, and ammonium nitrate-containing preparations, which are allocated to neither the frame compositions of section 5.3 (table 1) of annex I of the regulation on hazardous materials (GefStoffV) or that do not meet the requirements of section 5.3 paragraph 5, 6 and 7 of annex I of the hazardous substances Ordinance and their hazard characteristics not by the opinion of the Federal Institute for materials research and testing in accordance with paragraph fall under this entry 5.3 found paragraph 8 of annex I of the Ordinance on were.
13 potassium nitrate (5 000 000 / 10 000 000): complex fertilizers based on potassium nitrate in prilled or granular form.
Fertilizers containing potassium nitrate and ammonium salts are all nitrate ions for an equivalent of ammonium ions is present as to count on ammonium nitrate. On the basis of the calculated ammonium nitrate content are appropriate entries for ammonium nitrate and the provisions of the Ordinance on hazardous substances to use.
14 potassium nitrate (1 250 000 / 5 000 000): fertilizer on the basis of potassium nitrate in crystalline form.
Fertilizers containing potassium nitrate and ammonium salts are all nitrate ions for an equivalent of ammonium ions is present as to count on ammonium nitrate. On the basis of the calculated ammonium nitrate content are appropriate entries for ammonium nitrate and the provisions of the Ordinance on hazardous substances to use.
15. the concentration refers to the presence of the substance in the intended operation.
16. the calculation of the amounts of Polychlordibenzofuranen and Polychlordibenzodioxinen is carried out on the basis of the following equivalence factors: International toxicity equivalent factors (ITEF) for NATO/CCMS Polychlorodibenzodioxins Polychlordibenzofurane 2,3,7,8 1 2,3,7,8-TCDF 0.1 1,2,3,7,8-PeCDD 0.5 2,3,4,7,8-PeCDF 0.5 1,2,3,7,8-PeCDF 0.05 1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDD 0.1 1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDF 0.1 1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDD 1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDF 1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDD 1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDF 2,3,4,6,7,8-HxCDF 1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD 0.01 1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF 0.01 1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDF OCDD 0.001 OCDF 0.001 (T = tetra , PE = penta, HX = layer hexa, HP = hepta, O = octa).
(1) a nitrogen content by weight as 15.75% of ammonium nitrate corresponds to 45% ammonium nitrate.
(2) a nitrogen content by weight as 24.5% of ammonium nitrate corresponds to 70% ammonium nitrate.
(3) a nitrogen content by weight as 15.75% of ammonium nitrate corresponds to 45% ammonium nitrate.
(4) a nitrogen content by weight of 28% of ammonium nitrate corresponds to 80% ammonium nitrate.

Annex II minimum information in the security report I. information about the management system and operation organization with regard to the prevention of accidents this information must meet the principles set out in annex III.
II. environment of the operating range 1. Description of the site and its environment including the geographical location, meteorological, geological and hydrographic data, and where appropriate, history of the site.
2. directory of facilities and activities within the operating range, where the risk of an incident can be.
3. Description of the areas which could be affected by an incident.
III. Description of the system 1 description of the main activities and products of the safety-related parts of the operating range, the sources of danger which could lead to accidents, as well as the conditions under which the respective incident could occur, and description of the measures for the prevention of accidents.
2. Description of the procedures, in particular the procedures, use of flow images.
3. Description of dangerous substances: a) directory of dangerous substances, which includes the following:-data to the identification of dangerous substances: specifying its chemical name, CAS number, name according to IUPAC nomenclature, - maximum quantity of dangerous substances present or of the dangerous substances that may be present.
b) physical, chemical and toxicological characteristics and indication of humans or the environment directly or later, affecting from hazards;
(c) physical and chemical behaviour under normal conditions of use or during foreseeable errors.
IV. identification and analysis of risks of accidents and means of preventing such incidents 1 detailed description of scenarios of possible incidents in addition to their probability or the conditions for its occurrence, including a summary of incidents which each of these scenarios could be decisive for the occurrence, regardless of whether the causes are for this within or outside of the facility.
2. assessment of the extent and the seriousness of the consequences of identified incidents, including maps, images or, if necessary, appropriate descriptions from which the areas are indicated that can be affected by such accidents in the operating range, subject to § 11 ABS. 3. 3 description of technical parameters and equipment to secure the systems.
V. protection and emergency measures to limit the impact of accidents 1. Description of the devices that are present in the plant to limit the impacts of accidents.
2. alarm plan and the emergency measures organization.
3. Description of the funding available within or outside the operating range for the stats available.
4 non-system summary like the information made under paragraphs 1 to 3 required to develop the internal alarm and emergency plan according to § 10.

Annex III principles of the concept for the prevention of accidents and the safety management system 1.
The concept for the prevention of accidents is in writing to be issued; It includes the overall objectives and general principles of the action of the operator to limit the risks of accidents.
2. in the security management system is part of the General management system to integrate, the organizational structure, responsibilities, practices, procedures, processes and resources the points relevant to the definition and application of the approach to the prevention of accidents include, so.
3. the following points are governed by the safety management system: a) organisation and personnel duties and responsibilities of personnel involved in the prevention of accidents and the limitation of their impact on all levels of the organization. Determination of the appropriate training and training needs and implementing the required education and training. Involvement of employees of the operating range, as well as of the personnel employed in the operating range of subcontractors.
b) identification and assessment of risks of accidents establishment and application of procedures for the systematic investigation of the dangers of accidents in intended and unintended operation, as well as assessment of the probability and the severity of such incidents.
(c) monitoring of the operation definition and application of procedures and instructions for safe operation, including maintenance of the equipment, processes, equipment and temporary interruptions.
d) safe conduct changes definition and application of methods for the planning of changes to existing systems or procedures or to the design of a new system or a new process.
(e) planning for emergencies establishment and application of procedures to identify of foreseeable emergencies on the basis of a systematic analysis and for creating, testing, and verification of alarm and emergency plans, to to be able to respond appropriately in emergency situations and to the affected personnel, a special education grant. This training must be given to all employees of the operating area, including subcontractors, relevant staff.
(f) monitoring the performance of the safety management system
Establishment and application of procedures for assessing permanent, the objectives, the operators established within the framework of the concept for the prevention of accidents and the safety management system, and establishment of mechanisms for the investigation and correction when not achieve of these goals. The procedures include the system for reporting accidents and by Nahe accidents, particularly when failure of protective measures, the relevant investigations and follow-up, based on relevant experience are to be based.
g) systematic review and assessment establishment and application of procedures for the regular systematic assessment of the concept for the prevention of accidents and the effectiveness and suitability of the safety management system. Review the performance of the existing concept and of the safety management system and its updating appropriately documented by the management of the operating range.

Annex IV information in the alarm and danger Defense plans 1 name or operating position of persons who are authorized to the introduction of emergency measures and of the person for the implementation and coordination of remedial action on the grounds of the operating area is responsible.
2. name or operating position of the person who is responsible for the connection to the authority responsible for the external alarm and emergency plans.
3. for foreseeable circumstances or incidents which can be decisive for raising an incident, in each individual case are a description of the measures to be taken to control of these circumstances or these incidents, as well as to limit the impact, as well as a description of the available safety equipment and means of delivery.
4. measures to limit the risks to persons on the premises of the operating range, including information on the type of alarm and the behavior expected by the people in alarm.
5. arrangements for early warning of authority responsible for the introduction of the measures provided for in the external alarm and danger Defense plans, type of information, to inform when the first message, as well as arrangements for the submission of more detailed information as soon as they are available.
6. arrangements for the education and training of personnel in the tasks, whose Wahrnehmung is expected of him, as well as, where appropriate, to coordinate this education and training with external emergency and rescue services.
7 steps to support remedies outside the perimeter of the operating range.

Annex V information to the public 1 name of operator and address of the operating range.
2. nomination of the Commissioner for the information of the public through designation of the position of that person.
3. confirmation that the operating range is subject to the provisions of this regulation and that the display according to article 7, paragraph 1, or article 20, paragraph 1 or paragraph 1a or the safety report has been presented the competent authority according to article 9, paragraph 1.
4. clearly written explanation of activity / activities in the operating range.
5. common names or - dangerous substances within the meaning of annex I no. 1 until 10b - generic or general classification of substances present in the operating area and preparations of which a malfunction could assume, according to their hazard characteristics, as well as specifying their main risk characteristics.
6. General information about the nature of the dangers of accidents, including their potential effects on the population and the environment.
7. adequate information on how the affected population will be warned and informed continuously in the case of an incident.
8. sufficient information about how trade affected populations in the event of an incident and is to behave.
9. confirmation that the operator is obliged to take appropriate measures for combating accidents and maximum limit of the impact of accidents on the premises of the operating area - also in collaboration with the emergency and rescue services.
10 reference to the external alarm and emergency plan to combat the effects of accidents outside of the facility with the prompt, to obey all orders of emergency or rescue services in case of an incident.
11 the details where further information can be obtained.

Annex VI reports (site of the original text: BGBl I 2005, 1617 - 1620) part 1: criteria I.
A disturbance of the operation as directed, which falls under number 1, or has at least one of the consequences described in paragraphs 2, 3, 4 and 5, is to inform the competent authority.
1 involved substances any accidental ignition, explosion or release of a hazardous substance with an amount of at least 5% of the tonnage threshold specified in column 5 of annex I.
2. damage done to persons or House and land ownership an accident in the a hazardous substance is the immediate cause for one of the following consequences: a) a funeral, b) six injury cases within the operating range with a hospital stay of at least 24 hours, c) an injury outside the operating range with a hospital stay of at least 24 hours, d) damage and unavailability of one or more apartments outside the operating range , e) evacuation or enclosure of persons for a period of more than two hours with a value of at least 500 person-hours, f) interruption of the supply of drinking water, electricity or gas or the phone connection for a period of more than two hours with a value of at least 1,000 person hours.
3. immediate damage to the environment a) permanent or long-term damage to terrestrial habitats - legally protected, important for environmental or conservation Habitat: 0,5 ha, – spacious habitats, including agricultural land: from 10 ha.
b) significant or long-term damage to habitats in surface waters or the Sea 1) - River, channel, Bach: from 10 km, Lake or pond: off 1 ha, - Delta: 2 ha, - sea or coastal area: from 2 ha.
c) substantial damage to groundwater 1) - from 1 ha.
4. property damage a) property damage in the operating range: from 2 million euros, b) damage to property outside the operating range: EUR 0.5 million.
5. everyone immediately caused cross-border damage through a hazardous material accident with consequences that go beyond the territory of the Federal Republic of Germany.
II. A disturbance of the operation as directed, which is particularly important from a technical perspective in regard to the prevention of accidents and the limitation of their consequences, but which does not meet the foregoing amounts-related criteria, is to inform the competent authority.
III. enter a disturbance of the operation as directed, the substances referred to in annex I are released or come to the adverse reaction and thus damage or risks to the general public or the neighborhood are not obviously excluded can, is to inform the competent authority.
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6 emergency measures 6.1 during and after the event taken protective measures (inside and outside the operating range): 6.2 measures for the Elimination of property damage (inside and outside the operating range): 6.3 measures for the Elimination of environmental damage (inside and outside the operating range): 6.4 measures the external danger 6.4.1 resistance protection measures: 6.4.2 evacuation: 6.4.3 decontamination: 6.4.4 restoration: 7 conclusions to improve plant safety 7.1 precautions to avoid similar incidents : 7.2 precautions to limit the impact of major accidents (inside and outside the operating range): 8 schedule for the implementation of measures:...
Place, date signature - 1) can 78/659/EEC or 79/923/EEC, or the value of the lethal concentration (LC50 value) for the representative species of the damaged environment reference be made to the determination of injury if necessary to Directive 75/440/EEC and 76/464/EEC and the directives 76/160/EEC, with regard to its application to certain substances, as in Directive 92/32/EEC for the criterion "dangerous for the environment" has been defined.
2) as far as information because of low monthly quantities are not made, please explain in the comments on no. 3.2.
(3) as far as calculation not possible to estimate indicate.
(4) description, taking into account the criteria in part I of the annex.

Annex VII (dropped out)-