Provisions On Enhanced Hazard Identification Criteria And The Object Owner (Possessor, Keeper) Obligations On Risk Reduction Measures For

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par paaugstinātas bīstamības objektu noteikšanas kritērijiem un šo objektu īpašnieku (valdītāju, apsaimniekotāju) pienākumiem riska samazināšanas pasākumu nodrošināšanai

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 626 in Riga in 2007 (18 September. No 52 11. §) rules on the determination of the object of increased hazard criteria and this object owner (possessor, keeper) obligations on risk reduction measures for the issued under the law of Civil Protection article 17 third-part i. General questions 1. determines the increased hazard identification in the threshing and fell the object owner (possessor, keeper) obligations risk reduction measures of sa. 2. These rules shall control public authorities nor those laid down matīv competence. II. Increase hazard hazard classification of objects in groups 3. increased the hazard criteria for allocating objects hazard Gru pās determined according to this object may damage amount. 4. the possible extent of damage is determined by the object in civil protection from the FA, safety reports and industrial accident prevention programmes, taking into account: 4.1 kvalificējošo quantities of explosives, dangerous chemical substances and products (hereinafter-the dangerous substances), the groups of hazardous substances and hazard network sēm;
4.2. the waterworks, hydroelectric structures safety class;
4.3. the high levels of radioaktiv limits;
4.4. biological agents risk groups;
4.5. electro magnetic field-emitting capacity;
4.6. the electricity production capacity;
4.7. gas working pressure gas supply system;
4.8. train station, which is concentrated in shunting work involving dangerous goods acceptance, shipment, forming and izformēšan. 5. the national significance of elevated danger objects are as follows: 5.1 objects, producing, using, managing or storing dangerous substances and ku * in compliance with legislative requirements for industrial accident risk monitor tēšan procedures and risk reduction measures should be developed in view of the security over;
5.2. public-use railway infrastructure – Daugavpils, Jelgava, Liepaja, Rezekne, Ventspils, Bolderāj 2, Mangaļ and marshalling yards station;
5.3. A safety class hydroelectric waterworks control;
5.4. nuclear installations, radioactive waste disposal or management to us ņē and objects that carry out activities with radioactive substances, that you care more than radioactivity 109 times the legislation of ra di and ions for nuclear safety limits, and that require a formal permit SPE (license) or permit activities with ionizing radiation sources;
5.5. the institutions that make working with risk group 4 biological agents, and laboratories that can be investigated in gi, 3 and 4 biological agent risk groups you;
5.6. the electromagnetic field of a radiating superjaud equipment with a capacity greater than 1 MW. 6. Regional increased hazard objects are the following: 6.1. objects that produce, use, manage or store dangerous substances and which are in compliance with legislative requirements on the industrial accident risk assessment and risk reduction measures to be developed in industrial accident prevention programmes;
6.2. safety class B hydroelectric waterworks control;
6.3. the objects with high power of open source is that the total radio activity-106 109 times the legislation on the protection against radiation in the nizējoš activity limits laid down and which need a special permit (license) or permit;
6.4. the institutions that make working with risk group 3 biological agents, including laboratories where samples can be investigated risk group 3 biological agent detection of logical;
6.5. the electromagnetic field of a radiating heavy-duty equipment with power from 10 KW up to 1 MW. 7. Local increased hazard objects are the following: 7.1 the object containing the maximum quantities of hazardous substances are the same or lie gets on that table 1 of the annex to the provisions specified in the August qualifying the da or the quantities of hazardous substances criteria calculated, taking into account this provision table 2 of annex kvalificējošo listed in quantities equal to or greater than 1, 1;
7.2. C safety class hydroelectric waterworks control;
7.3. the objects with high power closed sources, of which the total radio activity-106 109 times the legislation on protection against ionising radiation and radioactivity defined limits which need a special permit (license) or authorization, or with the average capacity of the object open in St. rojum of sources, of which the total radioactivity 103-106 times nor matīv to acts concerning protection against ionizing radiation in certain radio activity limits and who need special permit (license) or permit;
7.4 power generation facilities, which installed capacity exceeding 100 MW;
7.5. the institutions that make working with risk group 2 biological agents, including laboratories where samples can be investigated risk group 2 biological agents;
7.6. electromagnetic field emitting medium capacity equipment with the power of 100 W to 10 KW;
7.7. objects that contain plant quarantine organisms;
7.8. the object that operates on natural gas (other than consuming) and a gas pipeline pressures exceeding 1.6 MPa, liquefied hydrocarbon excise warehouses and the cylinder work at trade points, automotive gas filling STA tion. III. Dangerous substances and their quantities qualifying 8. Dangerous substances in the presence of an object is determined by comparing the maximum quantities of substances feared mo object with the relevant qualifying quantity. The presence of the hazardous reads object is filled, if the maximum quantity of dangerous goods in the object has reached or can reach this provision set out in annex kvalificējošo quantities or quantities of hazardous substances the criterion (Q total) is equal to or greater than 1. Hazardous substance maximum quantity determined by summing the object bīs the maximum quantities of the substance, which is located around the area of the object. 9. in determining the maximum quantities of hazardous substances or calculating the quantities of hazardous substances criteria, take into account the dangerous substances, which are or may be in the territory, following the object quantity: 9.1.2% of the qualifying quantity for substance or more;
9.2. less than 2% of the qualifying quantity of the substance, if the substance bīs the position of the object can be an agent of the industrial accident. 10. The chemical products that contain hazardous substances, is a dangerous, if the concentration of the dangerous substance shall not be less than the legislation that governs the verb with certain hazardous substances. Handling this chemical product, the Pro the same requirements as the handling of hazardous substances concerned. 11. the maximum quantity of dangerous goods under this provision to the law specified in table 1 hazardous substance concerned is determined by summing the quantities of the substance vis major, located or may be at the object or not Kona trolējam chemical process can result in raw materials, the products, the products, the next starpproduk and rubbish. 12. the maximum quantity of dangerous goods under this provision to the law specified in table 1 corresponding to the Group of dangerous substances is determined as the sum of all the respective hazardous substances belonging to the Group of dangerous substances (except poly zofurān hlordibenzodioksīn or polihlordiben, as they are fixed under these rules 15 and 16). 13. the meaning of these regulations a gas is any substance that an absolute vapour pressure at 20 ° C is 101.3 kPa or more for it. 14. the meaning of these rules a liquid is any substance that is not defined as a gas and the temperature of 20 ° C and 101.3 kPa reference pressure is in the liquid state. 15. in order to determine the polihlordibenzodioksīn of polychlorinated dibenzofurans and maximum quantities for each polihlordibenzodioksīn or polychlorinated dibenzo furans group following international toxic equivalent factors: 15.1.2, 3, 7, 8-THDD (2, 3, 7,8-tetrahlordibenzodioksīn)-1;
15.2.1, 2, 3, 7, 8-PeCDD (1, 2, 3, 7,8-pentahlordibenzodioksīn)-0.5;
15.3.1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8-HxHDD (1, 2, 3, 4, 7,8-heksahlordibenzodioksīn)-0.1;
15.4.1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8-HxHDD (1, 2, 3, 6, 7,8-heksahlordibenzodioksīn)-0.1;
15.5.1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9-HxHDD (1, 2, 3, 7, 8,9-heksahlordibenzodioksīn)-0.1;
15.6.1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8-HpHDD (1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7,8-heptahlordibenzodioksīn)-0.01;
15.7. OHDD (oktahlordibenzodioksīn)-0.001;
15.8.2, 3, 7, 8-THDF (2, 3, 7,8-tetrahlordibenzofurān)-0.1;
15.9.2, 3, 4, 7, 8-PeHDF (2, 3, 4, 7, 8-Penta hlordibenzofurān)-0.5;
15.10.1, 2, 3, 7, 8-PeHDF (1, 2, 3, 7, 8-Penta hlordibenzofurān)-0.05;
15.11.1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8-HxHDF (1, 2, 3, 4, 7,8-heksahlordibenzofurān)-0.1;
15.12.1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9-HxHDF (1, 2, 3, 7, 8,9-heksahlordibenzofurān)-0.1;
15.13.1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8-HxHDF (1, 2, 3, 6, 7,8-heksahlordibenzofurān)-0.1;
15.14.2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8-HxHDF (2, 3, 4, 6, 7,8-heksahlordibenzofurān)-0.1;
15.15.1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8-HpHDF (1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7,8-heptahlordibenzofurān)-0.01;
No 15.16.1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9-HpHDF (1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8,9-heptahlordibenzofurān)-0.01;

15.17. OHDF (oktahlordibenzofurān)-0.001.16. Maximum amount of polychlorinated dibenzofurans and polihlordibenzodioksīn object is obtained, or the polihlordibenzodioksīn of polychlorinated dibenzofurans quantities used for multiplying by this provision mentioned in paragraph 15 of the factors and on the results obtained by summing. 17. the maximum quantity of dangerous goods in the hazard class of the says this provision or table 2 of annex kvalificējošo listed in the quantities used, where: 17.1. hazardous substance does not specify that table 1 of the annex, but is classified as dangerous (for example, dangerous chemical, hazardous chemical product dangerous waste) or dangerous substance in accordance with the laws and regulations governing transactions with dangerous substances, comply with the provisions of this annex, table 2;
17.2. the chemical substance is not classified as dangerous, but the uncontrollable ķī chemical processes it can cause industrial accidents. Kvalificējošo quantities used, taking into account the object designated responsible persons concerned carried out chemical classification in accordance with the laws and regulations governing transactions with dangerous substances. 18. the maximum quantity of dangerous goods in the hazard class is determined by summing the relevant class in all relevant substances that meet or exceed this provision table 2 of the annex to the relevant qualifying quantities specified in paragraph 1. 19. If the hazardous substance classification by its characteristics, correspond to several hazard classes, then, in determining hazardous substances qualifying quantity, select the class that is the qualifying quantities numerically smaller. 20. If the hazardous substance classification by its characteristics, corresponding to several groups of hazardous substances, then, in determining hazardous substances qualifying quantity, select the group to which the qualifying quantities are smaller. 21. This provision of the annex 2 table 4.1 and 4.2 below referred terms apply to chemicals, chemical products, explosives, pyrotechnic substances and articles containing explosives, pyrotechnic substances or other explosive chemicals or chemical products. The evaluation of hazardous substances in the presence of the object, as well as in applying the requirements of this Regulation: 21.1. takes note of the explosives, pyrotechnic substances or other potentially explosive chemicals or chemical products, the quantities of products. If the explosives, pyrotechnic substances or other potentially explosive chemicals or chemical product quantity of Pro products is not known, it is considered that the entire product is in dzienbīstam; the spr
21.2. if explosive chemical substance or chemical product is a report of Tajikistan and the United Nations to the European Agreement concerning the international classification of dangerous goods by road and the substance of the article rojum R2 or R3, determining the qualifying of the substance or product quantity, the quantity qualifying them, corresponding to the United Nations to the European Agreement concerning the international classification of dangerous goods by road;
21.3. If the United Nations to the European Agreement concerning the international classification of dangerous goods by road with regard to handling hazardous substances, objects considered also that the subclass 1.1. chemicals and articles can cause a mass explosion, which would automatically cover almost all articles immediately or all dangerous substances in a quantity that is in the tank or in other enclosed or closed installation or construction, or for the entire storage area. 22. the Qualifying quantities referred to in annex 2 of these rules tab read the bottom paragraph 4.1 and 4.2 shall apply to the following explosive chemicals, chemical products, products or pyrotechnic means: 22.1. dangerous substances that shock, friction, fire or other sources of ignition affect poses a risk of explosion (according to the laws and regulations governing transactions with dangerous substances, exposure characterisation-R2);
22.2. to chemicals or chemicals that shock, friction, fire or other sources of ignition affect leads to high risk of explosion (according to the laws and regulations governing transactions with dangerous substances, exposure characterisation-R3);
22.3. the chemical substances, chemical products or products which, in accordance with the United Nations to the European Agreement concerning the international transport of dangerous goods by road and the laws on the transport of dangerous goods comply with class 1;
22.4. to the funds, which are pyrotechnic substances or mixtures of substances to be used for heat, light, noise, gas, smoke or a combination of these effects with an acquisition of the exothermic detonating self-sustaining chemical reaction. 23. chemicals, chemical products and products in accordance with the United Nations to the European Agreement concerning the international classification of dangerous goods by road comply with the 1st class, divided into the following subclasses: subclass 1.1 23.1.-"chemical substances and articles which have a mass explosion". Mass explosion instantly covers almost all articles or quantities of all hazardous substances located throughout the dangerous goods;
23.2. subclass 1.2.-"chemical substances and articles which throw out these articles or substances or dangerous splinters, but not a mass explosion";
23.3. subclass 1.3 – "or carry flammable chemical substances and articles which have a small explosion or throw out this dangerous substance or article or chips or dangerous parts and chips, but not a mass explosion, including combustion of which gives rise to considerable radiation of hot or burn one after another, and can cause a small explosion or/and throw out their dangerous parts or Fragments";
23.4. subclass 1.4-"chemical substances and articles which, during carriage of a leader + grant present only a slight risk of ignition or explosion reaction in the case of the proceedings". No chemical or product degradation in large pieces or Fragments projected a significant distance, and such consequences usually affect a single package. External flame or fire virtually may result in immediate packing of all content at the same time the explosion;
14.6. subclass 1.5 – "very insensitīv (not sensitive) chemicals, which have a mass explosion hazard but are so insensitive that possible tiny probability that under normal conditions of carriage for these substances to cause explosion or burning to detonation". Minimum requirement – they must not explode in the external fire performance test;
14.7.1.6. subclass-"insensitīv (not sensitive) products that do not have a mass explosion". These products contain only particular detonating substances, insensitīv and the probability that they may accidentally cause, initiate or continue the successful detonation, is very narrow. Explosion risk exists only in respect of one product;
23.7. the qualifying quantities set out in annex 2 of this provision in paragraph 5, the table refers to the flammable chemicals or chemical products in liquid state (flammable liquids), which promotes burning and having a flash point of 21 ° C to 55 ° C (according to the laws and regulations governing transactions with dangerous substances, exposure characterisation-R10). 24. the Qualifying quantity specified in the annex to these provisions. 2 ta ble in point 6.1, apply to the flammable chemical pools or chemical products vie in a liquid state (flammable liquids): 24.1. What can heats and catch fire in contact with air, the normal ambient temperature conditions with no power supply (according to the laws and regulations governing transactions with dangerous substances, exposure characterisation-R17);
24.2. having a flash point lower than 55 ° C and increased pressure in the liquid state, remain causes crash risk and can lead to the industrial accident, if there is a specific process conditions (such as high pressure or high temperature). 25. the Qualifying quantity specified in the annex to these provisions. 2 ta ble 6.2 above, refers to the flammable chemicals or chemical products, which have a flash point lower than 21 ° C and which are not extremely flammable (according to the laws and regulations governing transactions with dangerous substances, exposure characterisation-R11). 26. the Qualifying quantity specified in the annex to these rules of table 2 in section 7, apply to the following extremely flammable chemicals or chemical products in liquid or gaseous state (extremely flammable gases and liquids): 26.1. liquid chemicals or chemical products in liquid form which have a flash point lower than 0 ºc and a boiling temper tour or initial boiling point (if the interval boiling process) normal pressure is less than or equal to 35 ° C (according to laws and regulations governing transactions with dangerous substances, exposure characterisation-R12);

26.2. the gases which are flammable in contact with air at normal ambient tem peratūr and pressure conditions (according to the laws and regulations governing transactions with dangerous substances, exposure characterisation-R12) and gaseous state or in regard to the temperature, the higher the critical temperature (temperature, above which a gas cannot be flowing), and the pressure of more than the critical pressure (pressure required for liquefied gas at the critical temperature);
26.3. flammable and highly flammable liquid chemicals or liquid chemical products, which are produced, used, managed or there a temperature higher than the chemical or chemical product boiling point. 27. The quantities of hazardous substances to the calculation criteria in determining the presence of dangerous substances or under these rules for an object sliding requirements take into account the total hazard of dangerous substances, which are similar to dangerous property or security effect. In determining the quantities of hazardous substances, the criteria used: 27.1. these provisions concerned in table 1 of the annex to the specified hazardous substance or hazardous substances of the qualifying Group;
27.2. the relevant hazard class according to the qualifying quantity, if dangerous substance that is not specified in table 1 of annex, but is classified as dangerous. 28. quantity of hazardous substances, the criteria used in assessing the overall apdra of the egg stage, associated with toxicity, flammability and ecotoxicity. The quantities of hazardous substances criteria determined in three ways-assess the individual toxicity, flammability and ecotoxicity. 29. The quantities of hazardous substances criteria calculated together the following dangerous substances, which are or may be the object of territory: 29.1. This provision is specified in table 1 of the annex, chemicals and chemical products, in accordance with the classification are toxic or very toxic, as well as chemicals and chemical products, which are included in annex 2 of this provision for table 1 and 2 below the hazard class;
29.2. This provision is specified in table 1 of the annex to the chemicals and chemical products, in accordance with the classification of oxidising, spr in dzienbīstam is, flammable, highly flammable, or extremely flammable, as well as chemicals and chemical products, which are included in annex 2 of this provision for table 3, 4.1, 4.2, 5, 6.1, 6.2 and point 7 below in paragraph hazard class;
29.3. This provision is specified in table 1 of the annex, chemicals and chemical products, in accordance with the classification are dangerous to the environment (R50 (including R50/53) or R51/53), as well as chemicals and chemical products, Pro included this provision table 2 in annex 8.1 and 8.2 points at the bottom of the hazard class. 30. If the quantities of hazardous substances criteria calculated at these provisions of the law, and 26.3 26.1 26.2. in these substances is greater than 1 or equal to 1, this provision applies to the object. 31. for the purposes of calculating the quantities of hazardous substances, the criteria take into account only those provisions of law that at table 1 contains hazardous substances or hazardous substance groups that paid for the clay is less than the quantities relevant qualifying quantities. 32. The quantities of hazardous substances the criterion is calculated using the following formula: Q = Q1 + overall q1/q2/Q2 + q3/Q3 + ... + qn/Q, Qn, the total quantity of dangerous substances-criteria;
Q1 (q1, q2, q3 ... qn)-the object of the hazardous substances or groups of substances, the maximum quantity in tonnes (after this provision of table 1 of the annex) or the hazard classes the maximum quantity in tonnes (after this provision table 2 of the annex);
Q1, Q2, Q3 (Q1 ... Qn)-this provision of the annex table 1 or 2 in the qualifying quantity in tonnes hazardous substance or hazardous substances of hazard group class;
n-where the quantities of hazardous substances included in the calculation criteria of the hazardous substances, hazardous substances or classes of dangerous substances. 33. If the quantities of hazardous substances criteria calculated using ficējošo quantities of quality is greater than 1 or equal to 1, the object is charged to local increased hazard objects, and it should develop a civil protection plan. IV. Increase hazard object owner (possessor, keeper) responsibilities for the reduction of the danger of increased hazard 34. object owner (possessor, niekotāj to the establishment) (hereinafter referred to as the owner), where necessary, designate the object from existing causes of bināt one or more persons responsible for civil protection matters. 35. the owner provides the event planning end-of-life technological equipment and devices, fire protection equipment replacement with appropriate, advanced and safer equipment and devices. 36. the owner provides the object with the required power reserves of the autonomous electric power power source or sources, if the electricity supply over the traukšan object can cause accidents with people, products of massive destruction, complex process lasting over traukšan, equipment failures, fires, as well as to create a hazard to public safety. 37. the owner of the object identified in the properties of the hazardous substances, physical condition, possible jam in chemical reactions and reciprocal effects that cause or may cause to the environment, man kai Brandenburg's life or health, and can lead to disaster for the object, as well as take measures to ensure that the subcontractor employed on the object, and apakšnomniek, the surrounding population and public safety and to protect them from hazardous substances caused by the catastrophe exposure, as well as maintain a high quality environment But if a disaster occurred,-restore the quality of the environment. 38. the owner ensure hazardous substances, biologically active substances, ionizing radiation sources, hazardous and radioactive waste storage: 38.1. prevent unauthorised persons from gaining access to the substances in question, sources and waste;
38.2. prevent the substance or waste caused chemical reactions or reciprocal effects;
23.8. avoid storage or packaging material chemical compounds with packed or stored hazardous substances or under its exposure;
23.9. ensure that the substance and waste storage facilities and packaging design and durable materials manufacturer for use and storage conditions and prevent the loss of contents in storage. 39. the owner provides the object alarm notification system and exit the building to disaster or its threat alert to the object of the operated subcontractor, apakšnomniek and visitors, as well as from the apdra to secure the area from the existing population warning concerning existing friend diem and informing about the action and the safeguard measures to be taken. 40. If the object created in the civil protection unit, the owner, depending on the nature of the object of organizing these units staff training and support unit with the appropriate technical equipment for a possible disaster. 41. the owner provides the object with a fire-fighting water supply, fire extinguishers, backup (emergency) containers of hazardous substances, biologically active substances and hazardous waste collection, absorbent, foam concentrate, bon and other resources can limit the effects of the disaster and mitigation, as well as ensure adequate maintenance. 42. the owner, if necessary, conclude contracts with special emergency engineering and technical services and other institutions made possible disaster for the vidēšan object. 43. the owner provides the object of civil protection plan annual adjustment and inspection training. 44. the owner object provides employees with necessary personal protective equipment, in time for such tests. 45. the owner provides the object with the medical first-aid materials and equipment to move victims. 46. the owner provide evacuation routes and assembly point for determination of various disasters. 47. the owner shall ensure the training of employees at the site to provide first aid in accordance with the laws of first aid training in first aid training programs. Prime Minister a. Halloween place-the Minister of the Interior Minister with special responsibility for public integration O. Kastēn attachment Cabinet 18 September 2007 regulations no dangerous substances, the 626 qualifying quantities table 1 Qualifying quantities of substances and groups of substances, after which the object is charged to local increased danger object no p.k. dangerous substances and dangerous substances in the Group Qualifying quantity (tonnes) 1.

Ammonium nitrate-based fertiliser complex, which also contains a phosphate or potassium phosphate and potassium or who can pašsadalīt if the nitrogen content:-15.75% to 24.5% is from from the weight of the compound fertiliser, but overall the burning or organic matter content not exceeding 0.4% or this complex fertiliser complies with the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 October 2003 Regulation (EC) No 2003/2003 relating to fertilisers (-Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 2003/2003) article 27; -not more than 15.75% of the weight of the compound fertiliser, but burning the content is limited to 500 2. ammonium nitrate-based fertilisers, which corresponds to Parliament's and Council Regulation No 2003/2003 article 27 requirements: — only ammonium nitrate-based fertilizer; -package of ammonium nitrate fertilizer, ammonium nitrate in which the nitrogen is: (a) more than 24.5% of the ammonium nitrate fertilizer package weight, except for mixtures of ammonium nitrate with dolomite, limestone and/or calcium carbonate with a purity of at least 90%; (b) more than 15.75% of ammonium nitrate fertilizer in a complex weight if it is ammonium nitrate and ammonium sulphate; (c) more than 28% of the ammonium nitrate fertilizer complex weight if it is a mixture of ammonium nitrate with dolomite, limestone and/or calcium carbonate with a purity of at least 90% 100 3. ammonium nitrate and products and products containing ammonium nitrate and nitrogen content are:-from the 24.5% and 28% of product or product weight (not more than 0.4% combustible substances); -more than 28% of product or product weight (not more than 0.2% combustible substances); Aqueous solutions of ammonium nitrate where the concentration of ammonium nitrate is more than 80% of the weight of the solution package 50 4. potassium nitrate fertilizer containing potassium nitrate prills or granules 500 5. Bundled potassium nitrate fertilizer containing crystalline potassium nitrate 100 6. Arsenic (V) oxide (diarsenic pentoxide), arsēnskāb and its salts 1 7. Arsenic (iii) oxide (diarsenic trioxide), arsēnpaskāb and its salts 8.0.1 bromine chlorine 1 10 5 9.. Nickel powder compounds : nickel (II) oxide (nickel monoxide), nickel (IV) oxide (nickel dioxide), nickel (II) sulfide (nickel disulphide) triniķeļ disulfide, nickel (iii) oxide (dinickel trioxide) is 1 12 1 11. Etilēnimīn. 1 13. Fluorine formaldehyde (concentration greater than 90%)
1 15 1 14. Hydrogen. Hydrogen chloride (liquefied petroleum gas). Lead Alkyls 5 16 1 17. Liquefied extremely flammable gases (including LPG mixtures of hydrocarbons derived from petroleum processing) or natural gas. Acetylene 1 19 5 18. Ethylene oxide 1 20. Propylene oxide in methanol 50 22 1 21.4.4-methylene-bis (2-chloroaniline) and its salts, PAC is 0.15 0.01 Metilizocianāt 23 in 24. Oxygen toluene diisocyanate 1 26 20 25.. Karbonildihlorīd (Phosgene) 0.1 27. Arsenic trihidrīd (arsine) 0.2 28. Phosphorus trihidrīd (phosphine) 0.2 29.
Sulphur dichloride 1 30. (VI) Sulphur oxides (sulphur trioxide) polychlorinated dibenzofurans or polihlordibenzodioksīn are 5 31.32. Following 0.001 carcinogenic substances and/or hazardous chemical products containing more than 5% (percentage by weight) one or more of these carcinogenic substances:-4-aminobiphenyl or its salts; -benzotrihlorīd; -benzidine or its salts; -bis-(hlormetil) ether; -hlormetilmetilēter; -1.2-dibromoethane; -dietilsulfāt; -dimethyl sulphate; -dimetilkarbamoilhlorīd; -1.2-dibromo-3-hlorpropān; -1.2-dimethylhydrazine; -dimethylnitrosamine; -heksametilfosfortriamīd; -hydrazine-2-naphthylamine or its salts; 1.3-propanesultone; a-4-33 a 0.5 nitrodifenil. Petroleum products: (a) gasoline and naphtha; (b) kerosenes (including Jet fuels); (c) gas oils (including diesel fuels, liquid fuels and gas furnace oil mixtures) 25 34. Ammonia 5 table 2 Qualifying quantities hazard class, after which the object is charged to local increased danger hazard of object no PO box class Qualifying quantity (tonnes) 1. Very toxic chemicals or chemical products 1 2. Toxic chemicals or chemical products 5 3. chemicals or chemical products that is a strong oxidising 5 4. Explosive substances, chemical products or articles: 4.1. conforming to the United Nations to the European Agreement concerning the international transport of dangerous goods by road for the subclass 1.4 5 4.2. conforming to the United Nations to the European Agreement concerning the international transport of dangerous goods by road 1.1., 1.2., 1.3, 1.5 or 1.6. bottom class and the R2 (risk of explosion by shock, friction, fire or other incendiary exposure) or R3 (high risk of explosion by shock , friction, fire or other incendiary exposure) 1 5. Flammable chemicals or chemical products 500 6. Flammable liquids: 6.1.-R17 spontaneously flammable in air, as well as substances which have a flash point lower than 55? And (c) increased pressure in the liquid state, remain causes crash risk and can lead to the industrial accident, if there is a specific process conditions 5 6.2. R11-highly flammable 25 7. Extremely flammable chemicals or chemical products 1 8. Environmentally hazardous chemicals or chemical products, if the hazard characterisation is one such exposure characteristics: 8.1-R50 very toxic to aquatic organisms (including R50/53) R51/R53 10 8.2-toxic to aquatic organisms may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment 20 9. any chemical substance or chemical product that is classified as hazardous, and these chemicals or chemical hazardous characteristics of the product is one of the following characteristics: exposure 9.1.-actively responding to R14 water or R14/15 reacts with water-active, evolve extremely flammable gases 10 9.2. faced with the R29-water liberates toxic gas 5-Minister for the Interior Minister with special responsibility for society integration in Kastēn O.