Rules For Industrial Accident Risk Assessment And Risk Reduction Measures

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par rūpniecisko avāriju riska novērtēšanas kārtību un riska samazināšanas pasākumiem

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 532 Riga, July 19, 2005 (pr. No 42 16) rules on industrial accident risk assessment and risk reduction measures Issued in accordance with the chemicals and chemical products Act article 11, second part i. General questions 1. down with dangerous chemicals and hazardous chemical products of industrial accidents related to risk assessment and risk reduction measures, as well as substances and products (depending on the quantity and the degree of danger) to which this procedure and measures apply.
2. the terms used in the rules: 2.1.-a plant that is located on the territory of the responsible person in charge and where one or more objects are, or may be, hazardous substances and hazardous chemical products (hereinafter referred to as the hazardous substances), including this item in the common or associated infrastructure or activities;
2.2. the responsible person-one or more natural or legal persons designate the plant owner and manages the plant or object, if they have the right to decide on the shop floor or the entry into service of the object, operation (including maintenance, repairs, reconstruction or other changes in the course of operation) or suspension of the operation;
2.3. object-technology unit plant, producing, using, managing or storing dangerous substances. The object includes all the equipment, buildings and structures, pipelines, machinery and mechanisms, tools, plant belonging to the railway sidings, docks, unloading quays serving the jetties, warehouses or similar structures (including floating) required for operation;
UR2.4.nev ēlam event – a negative change in the course of the operation of an object, such as technological or mechanical damage to nature, unconscious or deliberate misuse of the service, as well as other deviations from the technological process or external factors;
2.5. danger – the chemical or chemical product characteristic or inherent physical state, which cause or may cause damage to the environment, human life or health;
2.6. employees – natural persons that perform specific job site or object on a contractual basis or have other company employees are employed in the manufacturing plant or object.
3. the rules apply to plants where these rules referred to in annex 1 of the hazardous substance or hazardous substances belonging to this provision in the annex 1 group or hazardous substances hazard classes, or may contain, or may experience uncontrollable chemical processes, which are identical to the rules in annex 1 the smallest quantities or Qualifi cējoš is larger than them, including on those plants where chemical and thermal processing of minerals in which valid for storage in connection with these activities, and mineral extraction or processing waste storage facilities, including tailing ponds or landfills.
4. the provisions do not apply: 4.1 the Ministry of defence owned military industries or objects;
4.2. activities with ionizing radiation sources;
4.3. transport of dangerous goods by road, rail, inland waters, sea or air s outside plants, including such temporary storage, loading and transport to other trans portlīdzekļ for docks, wharves or ships and railway branch from them;
4.4. for the transport of dangerous substances through pipelines (including pumping stations) outside plants;
UR4.5.der-life studies, mineral extraction and processing in mines, quarries, or by means of boreholes, other than those referred to in paragraph 3 of these rules;
4.6. landfill of waste and waste disposal sites, other than those referred to in paragraph 3 of these rules;
4.7. the fossil, including hydrocarbons exploration and production offshore.
5. Hazardous substances manufacturing plant is located or may be present in the raw material, product, consumables, by-products, intermediates, products or waste materials, or you may cause uncontrollable chemical processes.
6. The industrial accident causing or likely to cause uncontrolled chemical or technological process, uncontrolled actions or other adverse events.
7. Industrial accident is characteristic of large hazardous substance spill, fire or explosion site, which immediately or after a period of time poses a serious threat to the environment, human life, health or property of a plant inside or outside.
8. the person in charge shall draw up and make these rules laid down in the industrial accident risk reduction measures to ensure that workers, the public and public safety and to protect them from the adverse effects of industrial accidents, as well as maintain the quality of the environment, but if the accident, – restore environmental quality.
9. In assessing the risk of industrial accidents (unwanted effects of joining the likelihood of a specified period or in specified circumstances), as well as the planning and implementation of risk reduction measures, responsible person: 9.1. define the possible hazards-risk sources – and possible unwanted events object or outside it, which may lead to the industrial accident, or imminent threat of an industrial accident;
UR9.2.izv comfortable in an industrial accident consequences;
9.3. the unwanted developments can lead to the most serious consequences for the environment, human life, health or property;
UR9.4.nov comfortable in such industrial accidents, which cause the most serious consequences for the environment, human life, health or property;
easy UR9.5.izv of the industrial accident or risk reduction measures of effectiveness and efficiency;
9.6. number of assessed risk, if the object is subject to the requirements of this regulation for the safety report;
9.7. create a security system that provides a systematic and regular industrial accident risk assessment and risk reduction planning, evaluation, implementation and control of object or all objects in the production plant located in the same territory;
9.8. the involvement of the security system of the common object of the Organization of work and management system.
II. General requirements for the preparation of the dossier, submission and review 10. If it is expected that the maximum quantity of dangerous goods in all the plant facilities located in one area, you can reach or exceed this rules set out in annex 1 of the smaller kvalificējošo or the quantities of hazardous substances the criterion (Q total), calculated in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 27 of annex 1 in the above formula is equivalent to one or more responsible person no later than six months before the start of the operation of an object in writing and electronically submit the relevant national environment service regional environmental administration (hereinafter referred to as the regional environmental administration) application for dangerous substances object (hereinafter referred to as the application). Regional environmental authority sends a copy of the application to the relevant State fire and rescue service (hereinafter referred to as the rescue services) territorial Department and local authorities, in the territory of which the object is located or which areas might be affected by the industrial accident.
11. An application under this rule shall submit annex 2 of all shop floor objects if they are located in the same area. If the objects are in different places on each object submitted application. If more economic operators the actions taken or planned by the dangerous substances in the same object, each responsible person shall submit an application for the entire object or plant, including all examinations and planned activities with dangerous substances. The merchant responsible persons who carry out or plan transactions into one object, you can also submit a joint application.
12. If the information provided in the application are incomplete or do not meet the requirements of this regulation, the regional environmental Board, not later than within two weeks after receipt of the application, request the responsible person for more information or to indicate errors in the application.
13. the regional environmental Board, not later than two weeks after the application or this rule 12 supplementary information referred to in paragraph shall inform the person responsible for it, or has correctly identified the presence of dangerous substances in, and the information specified in the application or information submitted to national Office of environment monitoring.
14. The responsible person shall draw up a programme for the prevention of industrial accidents and in writing and electronically submit it to the national Office of environment monitoring, if one of the following conditions: 14.1. hazardous substances or objects the maximum quantities in all plant facilities located in one territory are identical to the rules in annex 1 of the lowest qualifying quantities or larger than them, but less than the rules specified in annex 1 the biggest qualifying quantities;
14.2. the quantities of hazardous substances criteria calculated, taking into account the provisions set out in annex 1 in smaller quantities, kvalificējošo is equal to one or more.
15. The person in charge shall draw up and submit written and electronic environment monitoring national security report to the Office, but rescue services – the object of civil protection plan that shows how to handle an unwanted event or an industrial accident, or in case of a disaster, according to this provision before Chapter XI of informing the public, if one of the following conditions:

15.1. the maximum quantities of hazardous substances or objects in all plant facilities located in one territory are identical to the rules in annex 1 of the biggest qualifying quantities or larger for them;
15.2. the quantities of hazardous substances criteria calculated, taking into account the provisions set out in annex 1. larger quantities, kvalificējošo is equal to one or more.
16. the responsible person shall submit a joint application for prevention of industrial accidents or safety reports and common object of civil protection plans for all shop floor objects if they are located in the same area. If more economic operators the actions taken or planned by the dangerous substances in one object for each production unit shall be submitted by the person responsible for the industrial accident prevention program, or the safety report and the subject of civil protection plan describing all objects and facilities security system, coordinating the activities of the joint work of the object system. The merchant responsible persons who carry out or plan transactions into one object, you can also submit a joint industrial accident prevention program, or the safety report and the subject of civil protection plan.
17. In the application, the industrial accident prevention program, the safety report and the object of civil protection plan for the drafts of these documents indicate, and signed by the responsible person. Written and electronic information provided must be identical or be noted in writing and electronically the information provided.
18. the responsible person shall notify the regional environmental authority and the relevant authorities: 18.1 for the taking of the object (if it is developed and approved in accordance with these provisions, all necessary documents) – a week before the operation is started.
18.2. the object of the suspension for a period exceeding three months, or closure-not later than one week before the suspension of operation or closure.
III. Prevention of industrial accidents in the information to be included 19. person in charge of the prevention of industrial accidents in the description and evaluate shop floor work and management systems, technological processes, techniques and plant or object, specifying the security system resources and measures of industrial accidents for the elimination or reduction of risk, hazard control, the consequences of such accidents, the impact on the environment or human health and restoration of the environment following the industrial accident as well as improvements in the security system.
20. The industrial accident prevention program provides information on the security system of the plant or object, indicating: 20.1. the organisational structure, responsibilities and liability of employees by providing for the involvement of other merchants and their employees ' duties and responsibilities;
20.2. the theoretical and practical training programs;
20.3. a systematic procedure to determine the industrial accident risk factors and possible unwanted events that may occur during normal operation, maintenance, repair or reconstruction of the course of action, depending on the nature or the extent of the use of hazardous substances or characteristics, as well as the risk of industrial accidents and the consequences of such accidents and the severity of the assessment;
20.4. the industrial accident risk reduction measures the operating, maintenance, repair or reconstruction of time according to the nature of the operation and use of dangerous substances and the amount;
20.5. the requirements process safety, including instructions for installation and operation of security processes, equipment and technological process of security maintenance and safe operation of temporary disruption;
20.6. the order in which plans to process or other changes, such as inventory or equipment design;
20.7. the procedures shall be approved, clarified and verified in practice (including through training) plans to conduct an industrial accident or disaster;
12.9. the arrangements in accordance with the object of civil protection plan in cooperation with the responsible person of the relevant emergency service units and other rescue and emergency services made the response and relief measures for adverse event or in cases of industrial accidents, as well as plan and implement preventive measures possible to reduce the effects of the accident, restriction or elimination;
20.9. measures in the case of an industrial accident liable person carried out jointly with the emergency rescue and other emergency services;
20.10. the measures (in accordance with the provisions of Chapter VII) reducing the domino effect;
20.11. equipment, material reserves and other resources needed for industrial accident risk reduction measures;
20.12. proposed risk reduction measures and object security system compliance with these provisions and effectiveness, as well as the order in which these compliance and effectiveness systematically evaluate and make necessary improvements;
20.13. the order in which document the error information in the security system (including for security or protection measures effectiveness, adverse events, or industrial accidents) and inform them of State institutions;
20.14. the order in which the responsible person shall investigate and assess adverse events, accidents or industrial accidents, ensure the emergency resulted in contaminated sites research, rehabilitation and restoration of the environment as well as made improvements to prevent the recurrence of industrial accidents;
20.15. the order in which you systematically evaluate, clarify and complement the industrial accident prevention program.
IV. Security of information to be included in the report 21. the safety report shall indicate the information according to chapter III of these regulations include the industrial accident prevention program, the information referred to in this chapter, review drafts, as well as additional information if the person in charge considers it necessary.
22. in order to avoid duplication of information, the responsible person can be included in the report of the Security section of the documents developed under other legislation (e.g., the environmental impact assessment report, planning or construction parts, if all the requirements of this chapter), as well as the safety report section to prepare the application for permission to take the polluting activity.
23. the safety report responsible person: 23.1. plant or object based security system compliance with the requirements of this regulation;
23.2. points out that the most significant risks are identified and has taken the necessary measures to prevent industrial accidents or emergencies to minimise their impact on man and the environment; 23.3. indicates that the design, construction, operation or servicing the object or activity related to it infrastructure are met the required security measures (including structures, construction of the infrastructure of equipment and materials are selected and built taking into account the load under normal conditions of use and an adverse event, or in the case of industrial accidents);
23.4. specify information about the object of civil protection plan that provides the necessary information for the civil protection ārpusobjekt for drawing up the plan and to take the necessary measures to industrial accidents;
14.6. taking into account the identified industrial accident risks, specify the information about the object's possible negative impact on its surroundings, which may affect the decision on new buildings or structures or other lifting operation started in the shop floor environment;
14.7. the safety report shall specify the refinement and completion;
23.7. indicate whether the object area plānojumo is marked as sensitive object corresponding to this provision in paragraph 53 above requirements and or territory plānojumo object has a specific Strip, territory restrictions on use or other risk reduction measures in the protection zone under the regulatory legislation and the requirements of Chapter VIII of these rules.
24. the safety report shall provide information on the location and environment of the object and the object's neighborhood characteristics, including: 24.1. the geographical distribution of the object;
24.2. the object of the meteorological conditions in the surrounding area (including prevailing wind direction and speed, other meteorological conditions and possible natural disasters, if they can increase the dangers of industrial accidents or make the heavier its consequences);
24.3. the object surrounding geological and hydrogeological situation;
15.2. the object of hydrological conditions in the surroundings (such as maximum and minimum water level in the water);
15.2. information about natural areas, which can be harmed in the event of an industrial accident (including information on surface and ground waters, specially protected natural areas, mikroliegum and protection zones, as well as the protected species and habitats);
24.6. details of surrounding area of an object, which can be affected by industrial accident (including details of residential building areas, showing the population density and the number of public buildings building areas, tourism and recreation areas, State-protected cultural monuments, communal farm or construction and energy supply grids);

24.7. information about gas or oil pipelines, transport of dangerous goods by road, rail or other objects or activities in the vicinity of the object (specifying the distance to them), which can cause industrial accidents or make the heavier its consequences;
15.4. details of previous neighborhood land-use (including details of earlier operated objects that contain or have contained dangerous substances or for hazardous waste landfills or dumps, where they can cause industrial accidents or make the heavier its consequences).
25. the safety report shall be accompanied by the following: 25.1. object plan scale 1:500 or 1:1000, showing the main engineering buildings, communications, infrastructure and equipment;
15.7. object location map at least 1:10 000 scale, which shows surrounding area land use, the neighborhood and water body watercourse, specially protected natural areas and mikroliegum, transportation and inženiertīkl lines, the object of the motorways, public and residential buildings in the territory of the building location;
25.3. hazardous chemicals and chemical safety data sheets;
25.4. the technological scheme, which outlines the equipment, control and measuring instruments for technological safety of operation and supervision;
25.5. the object and the main production, storage and other technological equipment, pipeline (line and manifold) photo;
6. the list of documents and standards, developed on the basis of which the safety report, designed and built the technological equipment and premises for an adverse event or an industrial accident prevention or relief, as well as references to literature, used software, cartographic material and other sources of information;
25.7. object or similar objects over an adverse event or an industrial accident description and analysis, including error information security system or not, the effectiveness of the safeguard measures, if such information is available;
25.8. Protocol of the public consultation, as well as a reference to, or provide information under this provision in paragraph 92 above requirements, and information material, which can affect the industrial accident.
26. the object of the plan States: 26.1. hazardous waste storage tanks, containers or tanks (reservoirs), indicating the number of reservoirs, each volume of the reservoir, reservoir total volume and distance between explosive, highly flammable or extremely flammable substances of the dangerous reservoirs;
26.2. production of technological lines, equipment (including piping, sizes, distances between plants or parts thereof, as well as the quantities of hazardous substances within them);
26.3. dangerous equipment;
26.4. fire extinguishing equipment, alarm devices, fire-fighting water supply sources (fire hydrants, water reservoirs and other water sources with the specified sampling access roads to them and water sampling sites fire cars);
26.5. other equipment intended for an adverse event or to eliminate industrial accidents (such as reserve tanks);
16.5. emergency exits and escape routes in the territory of the object;
16.6. the object of the administrative area;
16.7. the transport of dangerous goods in road tankers and rail provided for the temporary placement of the tank area and belonging to the unit and rail branch, dock and unloading dock for this object.
27. the safety report shall provide information on the object and the existing equipment, including: 27.1. equipment, work methods and technological process characteristics and description, quantities of hazardous substances, the production, storage or other technological equipment, pipelines (lines and manifoldo), vehicles and railway tanks located or may be located on the territory of the plant or plants belonging to the railway sidings, docks, unloading quays serving, this object to the jetty or similar projects (including floating) necessary for the operation;
27.2. raw materials, consumables, by-products, intermediate products, waste and product description;
27.3. the industrial accident hazard and risk, a description of the source (including external sources of risk) and hazard analysis;
27.4. objects and the evaluation of the existing equipment of the human and environmental security;
27.5. for information on the process of technical reliability and safety of operation;
17.1. the characteristics of the control and measuring instruments, as well as information on technological operation safety monitoring throughout the production process;
17.2. information on equipment and systems may malfunction (such as electrostatic charge accumulation reservoir or pipeline wall damage or other technological, construction or object planning failures, which can contribute to industrial accidents or make the heavier its consequences);
17.3. the object into operation required hand work and employee error probability analysis;
17.3. the information relating to the preventive and deterrent measures to ensure safe production process eliminates the possibility of an industrial accident or reduce its effects, as well as the effectiveness of these measures and efficacy analysis;
27.10. information on the machine starting, stopping and service, for the maintenance of the frequency and duration, as well as the protective measures or their need (for example, for protection from vibration);
27.11. information on actions to be taken in case of an adverse event, giving appropriate instructions;
27.12. the information on the process of energy supply, energy sources and their characteristics, potential energy supply disruptions and alternative energy sources, which are intended for use in an industrial accident and power failure;
27.13. information on structures and equipment that are intended to be disassembled, and the demolition of the time, if the dismantling or demolition related to the risk of industrial accidents.
28. The safety report shall provide information on dangerous substances: 28.1. objects that operate or are put in service, specify details of dangerous substances. These messages must be obtained and compiled (hereinafter referred to as the inventory of dangerous substances) not earlier than six months preceding the submission of the safety report;
28.2. the objects that are not put into the planned quantities of dangerous substances.
29. the safety report shall state the following information on dangerous substances: 29.1. trade name and the name of the international theoretical and practical chemistry (IUPAC) nomenclature of Association, Chemical Abstracts Service registry number of the chemical journal (CAS number), a number of European Community commercial chemical substances (EINECS), empirical formula and purity, and chemical products, their components;
29.2. maximum and average values in the object;
29.3. location object and the quantity in the process diagram, as well as whether the substance is a raw material, intermediate product, finished product, products, by-products or waste, and that it can occur as a result of an adverse event;
18.3. physical and chemical properties, as well as the physical state under normal operating conditions and potential emergency conditions;
29.5. the possible chemical reactions and reciprocal effects of substances that may cause an adverse event or industrial accidents or make the heavier its consequences;
18.4. the outbreak of fires, and the autoignition temperature of (self), burning, explosive concentration and the temperature of the border;
18.5. corrosive characteristics (especially the reservoir and pipeline materials);
29.8. toxicological and ecotoxicological characteristics, as well as direct threat of exposure to humans or the environment of possible industrial accidents;
29.9. harmful effects of symptoms may appear after some time (slow exposure risk or delayed impacts), and the following risk characterisation of exposure to humans or the environment;
29.10. technological, fire protection, safety, first aid and emergency medical assistance, civil protection and environmental protection measures to reduce or prevent the harm that the dangerous substances concerned can generate.
30. If a hazardous substance which is or may be located in, the object does not raise the risk of industrial accidents, person in charge, after coordination with environmental monitoring national Security Bureau report did not provide details of the possible effects of this substance. The national Office of environmental monitoring, based on the information submitted by the person responsible, assess and determine whether the hazardous substances that are or may be present in the object really does not raise the risk of industrial accidents, taking into account that such risks do not usually lead to hazardous substances: 30.1. under normal circumstances, is a solid state and remain solid also estimated in regard to an adverse event, or industrial accidents, as well as not possible this dangerous substance leakage that may create industrial accident hazards or risks;
30.2. is packed or held in such manner and amounts that the maximum leak under no circumstances may create industrial accident hazards or risks;

30.3. are in such quantities and away from other dangerous substances or devices that may cause the same without an industrial accident risk or cause industrial accidents involving other dangerous substances;
18.9. each belong to one of these rules in table 2 of annex 1 of the dangerous substances listed in classes, but objects in the security measures that prevent any industrial accident risks associated with these substances.
31. environmental monitoring national Office information on dangerous substances and objects for which this provision is applied 30. the conditions referred to in paragraph 1 shall transmit to the relevant territorial unit of the rescue services and the respective regional environmental authorities.
32. the safety report shall provide information on the results of numeric risk assessments, which contains detailed descriptions of major industrial accident risk scenarios and their entry to the probability or the conditions in which they can occur, select justify assumptions and risk analysis methods, following the industrial accident identified the risks of dangerous substances in the quantities and qualities and techno logical process conditions, as well as basic and analyse risk scenarios, taking into account: 32.1. possible internal and external causes of adverse events , an industrial accident scenario (risk scenarios), projected hazardous substances leak location and volume, as well as the calculated leakage pollution concentration or other types of exposure and hazard;
32.2. adverse event onset probability, conditions, or circumstances;
32.3. the internal and external factors that can promote or prevent undesirable developments;
32.4. the planned risk mitigation measures.
33. the safety report for one similar adverse event scenario and for each different adverse event scenario that can cause industrial accidents, assess the possible consequences of the emergency and compare them with the provisions laid down in annex 3 of the criteria, as well as specify: 33.1. the possible concentration of dangerous substances in the environment;
33.2. potential impact on human life, health or the environment favourable and unfavourable developments and external factors influence;
33.3. the territory, which will affect the industrial accident, the potential of the area contaminated soil or water and pollution dissipation, with maps, pictures or descriptions;
20.8. period during which the unwanted event can turn into industrial accidents;
33.5. measures to reduce industrial accidents to rapid development.
34. If, following the assessment of the risk of industrial accidents, the person finds that the required changes in the security system or take other industrial accident risk reduction measures, these changes or measures and their due dates indicated in the safety report.
35. the safety report shall describe and analyze the technological equipment and process safety, including: 21.8. technical characteristics of the equipment, process control and the installation of stop system;
35.2. process safety measures and equipment used (e.g., process control system, the object of the notification and alert system, an automatic fire detection and alarm equipment anticorrosion measures of the safety valve);
35.3. automatic fire protection equipment, other measures and equipment intended to fire, fire or possible explosion protection, the technical parameters;
35.4. the spread of restrictive emergency equipment, emergency provision of spillage collection facilities and reservoirs, the ramparts, the emergency detection device of contamination and other people's safety or environmental protection equipment, equipment and activities.
36. the safety report shall describe the object of civil protection: 36.1. specifying the object of civil protection structure assigned responsible employees (such as environmental protection, labour protection, civil protection), the work of the Organization and responsibilities of the employees of the emergency and disaster situations, as well as the object of civil protection formations (unit group) structure and responsibilities;
36.2. specifying object installed alert devices or equipment that reduces the risk of industrial accidents, limit or reduce the spread of the consequences of such accidents, briefly describing the conditions under which these devices or equipment intended to be used;
36.3. describing the object's notification and alert system, indicating the alarm signals, as well as the employee object and threatened persons in the area warning of the dangers of providing information about protective measures and evacuation procedures;
36.4. specifying the key measures to be taken directly to threats of industrial accidents and industrial accidents or disasters;
22.7. the description of the object and outside object iesaistāmo resources and material reserves;
22.7. specifying cooperation arrangements with the rescue service units and other emergency services.
37. the safety report shall give a brief summary of the object of the notification and alert system, assigned resources, planned and carried out technical and organisational measures, for which the necessary information for drawing up the plan of civil protection of the object.
38. the safety information provided in the report shall be communicated to employees. The safety report must be kept in an easily accessible place, so that together with the object of civil protection plan available for rescue services, other operational and emergency services and civil defence formations (units, groups) in an industrial accident, or imminent threat thereof.
V. industrial accident prevention programmes and security reporting and assessment arrangements 39. Responsible person signature and submit environmental monitoring national Office: 24.3. the industrial accident prevention program not later than three months before the start of the operation, or the object of this provision is specified in point 14 the quantities of hazardous substances is achieved;
24.4. the safety report no later than three months before the start of the operation, or the object of this provision is specified in point 15 quantities of hazardous substances.
40. In order to assess the industrial accident prevention program, or the safety report, environmental monitoring national Office creates risk assessments the Commission (hereinafter the Commission). The Commission is made up of representatives from the Ministry of environment, Ministry of welfare, the Ministry of health and the Ministry of the Interior or the existing institutions subordinated to it, as well as representatives of the relevant authorities.
41. If necessary, the Commission shall, before the industrial accident prevention program, or the safety report review: 25.5. experts call upon the industrial accident prevention programs, safety review or evaluation of individual parts, to check the documents concerned the adequacy of the information contained in the actual condition of the object, and requires that the person in charge shall provide the experts with all necessary information and get acquainted with the State of the permission object, to take samples and make the equipment and the proposed risk reduction measures;
41.2. the proposed national environmental services, rescue services, national labour inspectorate or the national sanitary inspection according to the competency to carry out controls and evaluate the industrial accident prevention program, the safety report or individual parts thereof conformity of the information contained in the actual condition of the object.
42. the experts of the Commission within the time limit specified, drawing up an opinion on industrial accident prevention program, security review or object position include: 42.1. the evaluation criteria and methods used, as well as their selection;
26.2. the findings and the grounds.
43. In assessing the industrial accident prevention program, or a security review, Commission: 43.1. during the two months following the industrial accident prevention programs or security reporting programs or the appearance of a safety report compliance with the requirements of this regulation;
43.2. analyzes the industrial accident prevention program or the security measures included in the report provides sufficient security for people and the environment;
43.3. the request to the person responsible for information, if the documents submitted do not contain all the required information, or decide on an additional inspection or examination;
43.4. preparation of experts examine the findings and evaluate public consultation in writing at fixed points of view;
43.5. draw up proposals for additional measures to prevent industrial accidents or reduce its harmful consequences for people or the environment and which shall be required to include the industrial accident prevention program or the safety report;
27.1. prepare recommendations for environmental monitoring National Bureau for a decision;
27.2. recommends that the rescue services do not develop ārpusobjekt civil protection plan if the security information contained in the report indicates that in the event of an industrial accident will not endanger the environment or people outside the object.
44. environmental monitoring national Office, taking into account the recommendations of the Commission, shall adopt a decision and within three weeks after receipt of the recommendation: 44.1. perform one of the following:

44.1.1. prepare opinions and inform in writing the person responsible that industrial accident prevention program or the safety report has been designed according to the requirements of this regulation and the entry object can continue to operate without additional conditions respecting industrial accident prevention program or the security measures contained in the report;
44.1.2. instructs the person responsible to make amendments or additions to the industrial accident prevention program or the safety report, indicating the work terms, or ask for additional measures to reduce the risk of industrial accidents and increase the security man and the environment, and at the same time allows or prohibits the planned start of operation of the plant or object;
44.1.3. instructs the person responsible to develop new industrial accident prevention program, or a safety report that meets the requirements of these regulations, as well as the time limits within which the person responsible must take additional measures to reduce the risk of industrial accidents and to increase the human and environmental safety, and at the same time banning a planned shop floor or the start object;
44.2. inform the national environmental guard, State labour inspection and rescue services for plants or objects that the persons responsible for the use of this provision or 44.1.2.44.1.3. the conditions referred to in, and this took mu or threats of human object or environment to the national environmental service, national labour inspectorate or rescue services legislation duly decide on the need to stop production for the product concerned or the operation.
45. environmental monitoring country office's decision can be appealed in court.
Vi. Prevention of industrial accidents and safety review program refinement and replenishment order 46. Responsible person in accordance with the procedure laid down in these provisions shall prepare and submit the regional environmental management application. The application shall be submitted not later than three months prior to the date object expected: 46.1. start producing, processing, use or store dangerous substances not referred to the industrial accident prevention program or the safety report, in quantities which are identical to the rules in annex 1 of the lowest qualifying quantities or larger than them, or the quantities of hazardous substances criteria calculated, taking into account the provisions set out in annex 1 in smaller quantities to kvalificējošo , is equal to one or more;
46.2. the application submitted in advance, the industrial accident prevention program or the safety report unexpected behavior with dangerous substances;
46.3. the change in equipment or technological process which used dangerous substances if they can increase the risk of industrial accidents;
46.4. the increase of one or more hazardous substances in quantities of more than 10% of the industrial accident prevention program or safety report specified maximum quantity.
46.5. the change of one or more of the physical state of hazardous substances by more than 10% of the industrial accident prevention program or safety report specified maximum quantity.
47. regional environmental governance this provision in accordance with the procedure laid down in chapter II examines the application and, if necessary, ask the person responsible to amend the prevention of industrial accidents in the security report.
48. the responsible person shall be assessed by the industrial accident prevention program, or a safety report and, if necessary, to clarify or supplement, as well as submit to environment monitoring in national Office: 48.1. the industrial accident prevention program, or the safety report, if the regional environmental authority in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 47 is assigned to the person responsible for amending the industrial accident prevention program or the safety report;
48.2. the industrial accident prevention program, or a security report on the initiative of the person responsible or environmental monitoring national Office requirements, if justified by new facts (also happened to crash data analysis), found in the domino effect or new technical information about security provides you with;
48.3. the safety report, at least every five years.
49. the prevention of industrial accidents specified program or safety report assesses this provision in chapter V.
VII. evaluation of Domino effects and objects, which can cause a domino effect, or which may affect the environment monitoring of 50 national Office using the submissions, the industrial accident prevention programmes and the security of the information provided in the reports or other information and, if necessary, call upon the experts detect objects or groups of objects, which can cause a domino effect — two or more object starpēj your unwanted effects that increase the risk of industrial accidents or make the heavier consequences of accidents relating to: 50.1. dangerous substances located objects, their properties, to the State and quantity agreg;
50.2. technological equipment, equipment or processes to be national parame;
50.3. the object or technological equipment location;
50.4. external sources of risk.
51. environmental monitoring national Office information on the domino effect provides regional environmental authorities, rescue services, the persons in charge of the objects, which can cause a domino effect or that it might affect, as well as the relevant authorities.
52. If objects can cause a domino effect or it can affect the domino effect, the persons responsible for these objects: 52.1. month after environmental monitoring national office receiving information provided by agreement, arrangements for the exchange of information between the adverse event or in the event of an industrial accident;
52.2. the drafting or adding to the industrial accident prevention program, or the safety report and the subject of civil protection plan, as well as organizing security system, take note of possible industrial accidents common hazards and risks, as well as the following common industrial accidents and the seriousness of the effects;
52.3. in planning the industrial accident risk reduction measures, adopt the measures for reducing the domino effect;
52.4. provides information to the rescue services, authorities and the public concerned, indicating the key factors and circumstances which cause or contribute to a domino effect, information about the domino effect, as well as total industrial accidents hazard and risk characterisation.
VIII. Claim of objects and their surrounding areas and the planning of the territory of the plānojumo object to 53. objects, which are subject to these rules is a sensitive objects. These objects indicate the territory plānojumo.
54. in order to ensure the national interest determination of sensitive areas, labeled maps and updating the national level planning, environmental monitoring national Office will regularly inform the regional development and local government Ministry for objects that must develop a security review, and the area that may be affected in these objects of possible industrial accidents or the domino effect.
55. environmental monitoring national Office provides information to the relevant: 55.1. of the objects to local authorities, subject to these rules, and areas that may influence these objects of possible industrial accidents or the domino effect;
55.2. recommendations on restrictions in the use of the territory, the distance between the object and the residential building sites or other areas and other risk reduction measures recommended by the evaluation, or for safety report or industrial accident prevention program.
56. in the light of the legislative requirements and environmental monitoring national Office recommendations, all levels of area plānojumo provides risk reduction measures, as well as planning a safe distance: 56.1. between objects;
56.2. between the object and the residential or public building building areas or planning to deploy appropriate for residential or public buildings, as well as between the subject and the areas with intensive movement of people (for example, autostacij, the railway station or passenger ports);
56.3. between objects and structures or other objects that may contribute to care about economic disaster or Domino effect from occurring, or to make the harsher effects of industrial accidents (such as gas stations, railway, carrying dangerous goods);
56.4. between the object and the specially protected natural areas, and opinions of the mikrolieg environment and natural resources protection zones;
56.5. in other cases, where the hazards and the disposition of objects required to set limitations on the use of the territory.
57. In planning safe distances and other risk reduction measures, planning takes into account: 57.1. characteristics of possible industrial accidents (including the factory in the likelihood of an accident and the femur the approximate amount of effects);
57.2. area where measures need to be taken for protection against industrial accidents;
57.3. need territory, which can affect the industrial accident or Domino effect, to create a protection zone or other land-use restrictions that reduce the industrial accident risk to man and the environment, if the risk cannot be avoided, other risk reduction measures.

58. in order to reduce the industrial accident risk to man and the environment, the territory of plānojumo all levels of planned or existing object nearby set the limits for the use of the territory: 58.1. residential building area planning or expansion, or increase an existing building density;
58.2. training, health care, public bodies and other institutions or companies with intensive movement of people (for example, banking, legal, and commercial) for the planning of the territory;
58.3. the cultural, recreational and tourism areas of service and accommodation planning;
58.4. airport, ports, marshalling yards, road, rail or waterway and plans;
58.5. transport or transhipment of the effort, a new route for the transport of dangerous goods or their intensity up planning;
58.6. the transport of dangerous substances in pipelines, equipment (including the pumping station) planning;
58.7. other objects or other planning areas, planning, or use if they can increase due to an industrial accident or the risk of Domino effects, or become more severe consequences of such accidents.
59. The person in charge, taking into account certain restrictions, provided the object of territorial planning measures, which enables to prevent industrial accidents or to reduce the risk of such an accident or impact on people or the environment: 59.1. designing the object or the object's location planning as well as planning the change object;
59.2. designing, specifying or supplementing the industrial accident prevention program, or the safety report;
59.3. If an existing object is located in the vicinity of densely populated or otherwise intensively used areas and therefore it is not possible to determine land-use restrictions, which make it possible to reduce the effects of industrial accidents to people or the environment, or specific restrictions on the use of the territory is not sufficient and the industrial accident in may endanger human life outside the object, the object, the person responsible shall take the necessary technical measures to ensure the prevention of industrial accidents or such risk or impact on people or the environment.
60. All types of territory planning in the course of the public consultation the consultation organisers invite the relevant professionals, providing an explanation of the risk of industrial accidents caused by objects, subject to the requirements of this regulation. The responsible person shall ensure the participation of professionals in the public consultation and the explanation of its object in the management of the risk of industrial accidents. Environmental monitoring national Office provides an explanation of the nature of the risk of industrial accidents (industrial accidents the likely effect on the environment or human life or health).
IX. The object of civil protection plan 61. person in charge development object of civil protection plan, which shall include information on the determination of the staff to be responsible for matters of civil protection, civil defence formations and their readiness, the object of the notification and alert system, training in civil protection matters available resources needed for industrial accident or disaster situations, as well as on planned and carried out preventive measures and preparedness, response and relief measures in the field of industrial accident or disaster to eliminate or limit the industrial accident or disaster, the object area and reduce their impact on people, property and the environment. 62. Responsible person introduces object employees with civil protection plan.
63. In designing the object of civil protection plans, the person responsible shall take into account: 39.2. information obtained from the evaluation of the human security of the object and the point of view of environmental protection, as well as through the industrial accident risk assessments;
39.3. rescue service's proposals: 63.2.1. the object of civil protection to be included in the plan at vajiem, prevents the response and relief measures in response to an industrial accident or disaster, the resources involved and the object of civil protection formations (unit group) to ensure readiness, depending on the object and the surroundings located object hazard;
63.2.2. with regard to the object of civil protection formations (unit group) in cooperation with the industrial accident emergency rescue or disaster relief;
63.2.3. for more information about the object that requires horse and save the relevant municipality to develop ārpusobjekt civil protection plan and ensure cooperation and mutual assistance, and to indicate the object of civil protection plan;
63.3. object the object of employee suggestions for civil protection measures will be included in the plan and the implementation of the plan of an industrial accident or disaster;
63.4. other legislative or regulatory requirements governing action or action events, accidents or industrial accidents or disasters.
64. The person responsible for the object of civil protection plan shall provide for measures must ensure that: 64.1. adverse event or limitation of industrial accidents, control and elimination of the object area, as well as reduce the unwanted event or emergency exposure and damage;
64.2. associated with human and environmental protection in the territory of the object in the case of an industrial accident;
64.3. provides first aid and emergency medical help, if industrial crash has hit people;
64.4. prevent or delay the spread of the effects of the industrial accident outside object;
64.5. ensure the population warning and timely provision of information to public authorities, the public and local authorities threatened area;
64.6. contaminated sites provides research, rehabilitation and restoration of the environment in order to eliminate the effects of industrial accidents to people or the environment. 65. objects of civil protection plan: 65.1. persons who decide on the object's implementation of the plan of civil protection, coordination, and emergency hazard reduction measures of the effects of the adverse event on the object, an industrial accident or imminent threat thereof, and which are responsible for the relief measures after an industrial accident;
65.2. the persons responsible for communications with rescue authorities, other State bodies, local authorities and emergency services and daily cooperation with those institutions, municipalities and services events, an industrial accident or imminent threat thereof;
65.3. the description of the action to an adverse event, or an industrial accident in the volume of undesirable effects or weight reduction or suppression and control of the State (including the equipment that must be protected or to be rescued from the effects of industrial accidents, as well as emergency exits, muster, evacuation routes and technological process or stopping production procedures);
65.4. the measures that reduce the risk to employees and other persons in the territory of the subject: 65.4.1. information on threats, warning of the action the emergency or disaster and the safeguard measures to be taken, as well as further information;
65.4.2. Description of the activities of the employee after receipt of the notice;
65.4.3. security arrangements for the personnel and other persons in the territory of the subject;
65.4.4. first-aid and emergency medical assistance measures for victims;
65.5. resources (material reserves, signalling, safety equipment, appropriate training of staff and other available resources), including: 65.5.1. resources available for the site and the site;
65.5.2. resources that are expected to be delivered from other economic operators under the mutual assistance and cooperation agreements, as well as the time in which it is possible to receive relevant resources;
65.6. time after receiving the rescue service and other emergency services can come to the industrial site of the emergency.
66. the object of civil protection plan provides a short summary of the possible variants of industrial accidents and the total of such accidents and the seriousness of the effects.
67. the object of civil protection plan provides a warning system characteristics, including: 67.1. fire detection and alert systems, communication and alarm systems as well as communication systems description, indicating the order and manner in which the person in charge of the industrial accident, or imminent threat of industrial accident warns citizens, emergency rescue, local authorities and other concerned bodies;
67.2. a procedure recorded adverse events, accident or imminent threat of an industrial accident;
67.3. information included in the initial alert, and the order in which the responsible person shall provide the following information, as well as more detailed information as it becomes available.
68. The person in charge of civil protection plan object indicates the order in which the employees of the theoretical and practical training measures envisaged: 68.1. adverse event or an industrial accident, or in case of disaster, shop floor or object;

68.2. the industrial accident or disaster outside the object of the territory, through cooperation and mutual assistance with the rescue authorities, other public authorities or emergency services.
69. the object of civil protection plan specifies the measures and the procedures for providing assistance for rescue services and activities to be carried out outside the territory of the object of an industrial accident hazard or effect.
70. the responsible person shall provide rescue services for information about the object needed to rescue service, together with the relevant authorities to develop ārpusobjekt of civil protection action plan for industrial accidents or disasters, as well as intended and to ensure cooperation and mutual assistance with the object of civil protection formations (units, groups) industrial accidents or disasters.
X. Object of civil protection plan evaluation and ārpusobjekt of civil protection plan development procedure 71. object of civil protection plan in conjunction with the necessary additional information submitted by the person responsible for the emergency rescue Department no later than three months before the start of the operation, or the object of this provision is specified in point 15 quantities of hazardous substances.
72. Rescue Service: 72.1. jointly with the respective municipalities or local governments assess the object of civil protection plan within a month of receiving it;
72.2. Environmental monitoring informed the national Office and the local authorities concerned, if on the basis of a risk assessment of the recommendations of the Commission, is not developed in the ārpusobjekt civil protection plan;
72.3. organizes and runs the ārpusobjekt civil protection plan development, establishing State institutions and municipal duties, material reserves and other resources for emergency activities and measures to restrict or eliminate industrial accidents and minimize the impact of the accident on man and the environment outside the object;
72.4. within three months after the civil protection plan in the development of the ārpusobjekt evaluation of civil protection plan, which is the Republican town or district civil defence plan.
73. In assessing the object of civil protection plan, as well as organizing the ārpusobjekt civil protection plan in the emergency call unit the territorial (if necessary): 73.1. Disaster Medical Center regional coordinator to assess the risk of industrial accidents related to the health and medical issues, and provides emergency medical care planning;
73.2. Government agencies ' public health agency "regional representative to assess the proposed health measures;
73.3. the municipal representatives to deal with the risk of industrial accidents related to the local residents and workers safety issues (such as the provision of evacuation);
45.6. the relevant regional environmental management representative to assess the proposed environmental measures;
73.5. experts.
74. In assessing the object of civil protection plan and taking into account the different State institutions and experts, rescue service, together with the relevant authorities: 74.1. examine the potential of hazardous substances spreading paths and effects on people or the environment, planned avārijgatavīb and the civil protection system, material reserves and other resources, environmental protection, explosion safety, fire safety, evacuation and other issues related to the planning of the action of industrial accidents and disasters;
74.2. require the person responsible for information, if the documents submitted do not contain all the required information;
46.2. provide proposals for additional measures necessary to prevent industrial accidents or to reduce its harmful effects to humans or the environment, and that the person responsible must include civil protection plan.
75. Rescue Service adopts one of the following decisions: 75.1. the object of civil protection plan is developed according to the requirements of these provisions, and the operation of object may start or continue without additional conditions.
75.2. the object of the operation can start or continue, but the object of civil protection plan necessary to make the appropriate corrections, amendments or additions;
75.3. to begin or continue the object operation, you need to make corrections or additions to the object of civil protection plan, or must develop a new civil protection plan that meets the requirements of these provisions, as well as: 75.3.1. regulations in the order, shall decide on the need to stop the existing production facilities in operation, if there is a violation of fire safety and explosion hazard;
75.3.2. inform the national environmental service and State labour inspection on the production units or facilities where the responsible parties apply this rule 78.3. the conditions referred to in these plants or objects and threats to man or the environment to the national environmental service or the national labour inspectorate regulations laid down in rule on the need to stop production for the product concerned or the operation.
76. in order to avoid duplication of information, rescue service civil protection plan ārpusobjekt can include sections of the documents or other plans or use it as a ārpusobjekt civil protection plan according to the laws and other requirements detailed plans, if they comply with these rules.
77. ārpusobjekt rescue service civil protection plan provides: 77.1. Locate and eliminate accidents or industrial accidents, to reduce the unwanted event or an industrial accident and the damage suffered;
77.2. organize protection and rescue in the event of an industrial accident;
77.3. ensure the provision of information to the authorities, economic operators, * in recent years, and the public at risk of an industrial accident in the territory according to this provision the requirements of chapter XI, as well as in the event of an industrial accident.
78. Ārpusobjekt civil protection plan: 78.1. the officials authorised to carry out response and relief measures for the industrial accident, or imminent threat thereof, as well as those officials authorized to take the lead and coordinate actions outside the territory of the object;
78.2. provides a warning system characteristics, including: 78.2.1. arrangements for the rescue services, municipal and other authorities to receive and give a warning or information about events or industrial accidents;
78.2.2. alert and emergency or operational emergency procedures;
78.2.3. the object of the notification and alarm systems;
78.3. specify the ārpusobjekt civil protection plan the necessary resources (including reserve materials, staff and other resources available);
78.4. describes the response and relief emergency measures and procedures for the industrial accident hazards and limiting the consequences and reduction outside the object;
78.5. characterized by cooperation and mutual assistance system response and relief emergency measures, including: 78.5.1. arrangements for the rescue service, other State institutions and municipalities provide assistance to employees of object response and consequence management emergency measures in the territory of the object;
78.5.2. State bodies, local authorities or other emergency or operational departments and participating merchants participating in the civil protection ārpusobjekt in the implementation of the plan and their functions;
78.5.3. the object of the order in which employees help rescue services or other public or municipal institutions response and relief emergency measures outside the object;
78.6. describes the order in which the brīdinām people of the threats and information action in the event of an industrial accident and the safeguard measures to be taken;
78.7. Description of procedures to be informed of other countries concerned in the event of an industrial accident, if possible emergency cross-border effect;
78.8. indicate possible time following the receipt of the information a rescue service and other emergency services can come to the industrial site of the emergency. The time is determined in the light of the rescue services and emergency placements away from the object, these services are technical and organizational support, and road condition.
79. developing civil protection plan ārpusobjekt takes into account the placement of objects or external factors (particularly the domino effect).
80. the person in charge, and rescue service not less frequently than every three years, the object of civil protection plan and ārpusobjekt of civil protection plan in the practical training of inspection, as well as to review it and, if necessary, clarify or supplement.
81. Review of the object of civil protection plan or ārpusobjekt civil protection plan after coaching, take note: 81.1. experience gained and conclusions;
81.2. object changes;

81.3. changes which have taken place in State institutions, municipalities or emergency functions and facilities in the collateral;
81.4. the latest technical knowledge or information on the effective measures for the control of industrial accidents or elimination;
81.5. amendments to legislation;
81.6. other factors that could affect that plan.
XI. Information on protective and security measures 82. The responsible person shall ensure the public free access to the industrial accident prevention program or the safety report as well as information on the presence of dangerous substances in (list of dangerous substances).
83. the monitoring of the environment national Office website on the internet indicates where and when you can get acquainted with the person in charge of the industrial accident prevention program, or a security report.
84. If the industrial accident prevention program or the security report contains information that according to the laws and regulations are considered to be limited by the availability of information, monitoring of the environment national Office, on the basis of the application, the person responsible shall take a decision on the safety of individual programs or review section, limited availability. In this case, the person in charge, in addition to developing a short program or the safety report, which contains information and limited access is freely available to the public.
85. Must not restrict the availability of the following information: 85.1. hazardous substances in the physical, chemical, toxicological or ekotoksikol logical properties;
85.2. types and methods, and the dangerous of rendering the substance harmless;
85.3. information about dangerous substances harmful effects to humans or the environment; 85.4. information on the safety measures to be followed when operating with dangerous substances;
85.5. information on first aid and emergency measures to be taken in the case of dangerous substances poisoning, fire or other adverse event or accident.
86. before the review of security and civil protection of the object to the submission of the plan, the person in charge at least 10 days prior to the provision of information to the public shall be published in the newspaper "Gazette", as well as at least one local newspaper notice stating: 53.5. where and when you can familiarize yourself with the safety report;
86.2. When is a security review and ārpusobjekt of civil protection plan public consultation;
86.3. date until which a company can submit to the person in charge, and rescue services for questions or suggestions about ārpusobjekt civil protection plan.
87. the responsible person shall ensure the safety report and the object of civil protection plan public consultation to the public from a place and at a time.
88. The person in charge of the safety report and the civil protection ārpusobjekt protection plan public consultation provides the public the following information: 88.1. Merchant and object addresses and details of its owner or owners, having at least 5% of the share capital of a capital company, and the responsible person;
88.2. details of the provider of information, indicating the position.
88.3. object or equipment;
88.4. the following information on the dangerous substances contained in the object, and can cause industrial accidents: 88.4.1. classification, name or affiliation to a certain hazard classes in accordance with Annex 1 of these rules;
88.4.2. the hazard characteristics of the substance, specifying the main symptoms and effects of exposure to the substance;
88.5. information on industrial accident hazards and risk factors, as well as the possible effects of an industrial accident on human health, life, property and the environment; 88.6. information about how to warn and inform you about the industrial accident and how to act and to treat people who may be affected in the accident;
88.7. Overview of object in civil protection plan and material technical reserves in object;
88.8. Overview of operational communications and cooperation with rescue services and other operational departments disaster or disasters;
88.9. report on emergency measures in cases of industrial accidents;
88.10. details as to where you can get more information.
89. the responsible person provide the public the opportunity to comment on: 89.1. Security and protection measures in accordance with the security review or object of civil protection plan designed to implement the industrial accidents;
89.2. the object of the transaction or the transactions and the security system of the Organization object.
90. The public consultation during the rescue service: 90.1. inform the public about the ārpusobjekt civil protection plan for the protective and security measures, as well as on the measures of industrial accidents or limit their consequences, reduction or elimination of the outside object;
90.2. inform the public about the assistance provided for the Elimination of industrial accident in the territory of the object;
90.3. listen to public opinion, as well as evaluate the proposals of ārpusobjekt civil protection plan for the security measures.
91. The person in charge public consultation call on local, regional environmental management, as well as other institutions referred to in these provisions, the representatives of public organisations and experts.
92. Population, which can affect the industrial accident, the responsible person provided with informative material that informs you about the industrial action in the event of an emergency and to the safeguard measures provided for in those rules 88 and contain the information referred to in paragraph (even if it is not requested). Information material with rescue services by making the object of civil protection plan. Responsible person by matching with rescue services distribute information material to the public, providing one copy to each household, the authority and the operator, which can directly affect the industrial accident.
93. the responsible person in accordance with the procedure laid down in these provisions shall inform the public not less frequently than once every five years, as well as security review or object of civil protection plan and ārpusobjekt of civil protection plan review or, if the intended object.
94. Any natural or legal person may submit to the national Office of environment monitoring complaints about the lack of public information.
95. The Ministry of the environment, based on environmental monitoring in the national Office and the rescue services the prepared information, after coordination with the Foreign Ministry informed: 95.1. the industrial accident risk assessment results and risk reduction measures, the competent authorities of the countries that may be affected as a result of industrial accidents;
95.2. the competent authorities of the countries concerned, if the object, subject to these rules, less than 15 km from the borders of another country, without, however, can lead to the risk of industrial accidents outside the territory of Latvia;
95.3. Commission of the European Communities: 95.3.1. If use of this provision, paragraph 30;
95.3.2. If you apply this rule 43.7. section;
95.3.3. If necessary, the appropriate those provisions identified objects, the submissions received, the industrial accident prevention programs, assess the security review or object of civil defence plans, developed the ārpusobjekt civil protection plans, carried out inspections, provide information related to security and protection measures, a finding of a domino effect, as well as on territory planning, providing for restrictions on the use of the territory due to the placement of existing ones or restrict you in new construction;
95.3.4. about these terms accordingly identified objects, indicating the responsible person's name (if the person is a natural person), business name, registration number and registered office of the commercial register (if the person is a legal person), plant owner or owner of a company in the commercial register, registration number and registered office, plant name (if it differs from the owner of the company), and shop floor the shop floor address scope or scope.
96. in other countries, the information provided should be sufficient to the State concerned to take account of the hazards and risks of the object, for the preparation of its territorial design and drawing up plans for civil protection, as well as to inform the public.
XII. Action of an industrial accident or its threat 97. If adverse event that may lead to the industrial accident, the person in charge: 60.3. immediately provide industrial accident prevention measures;
97.2. assess the situation;
60.5. inform the rescue service in the territorial Department of the situation and possible threats;
60.5. If necessary, take other measures.
98. If unwanted event creates a direct threat of industrial accident: 98.1. without delay in accordance with the object of civil protection plan: 98.1.1. notify the relevant emergency service unit of the territorial authorities concerned and regional environmental management, as well as, where appropriate, the other institutions;
98.1.2. implement the measures envisaged to prevent and prepare for industrial accidents industrial accidents or target clearance;

98.1.3. evaluate the situation and, if necessary, take other measures;
98.2. the territorial Department of the rescue services in accordance with the ārpusobjekt civil protection plan, as well as the assessment of the situation: 98.2.1. implement measures to prepare for the industrial accident or elimination;
98.2.2. involve local authorities, other institutions and departments in the implementation of measures to prepare for the industrial accident or elimination;
98.2.3. provide assistance to the person in charge of an industrial accident;
98.2.4. alert the neighbourhood, and other people, which is located in an industrial accident potential zone of impact, and provide information on protection, security and first aid measures;
98.2.5. If necessary, take other measures.
99. At the industrial accidents and industrial accidents: 99.1. responsible person immediately: 99.1.1. notify the relevant emergency service unit of the territorial authorities concerned and regional environmental management, as well as, where appropriate, the other institutions;
99.1.2. in accordance with the object of civil protection plan or ārpusobjekt civil protection plan, or at the request of officials of the rescue services in the implementation of measures to monitor, control or eliminate industrial accidents or reduce its effects;
99.2. rescue service shall immediately organize and Chair ārpusobjekt civil protection plan, as well as implement measures to restrict or eliminate industrial accidents or reduce its effects;
99.3. other State bodies, local authorities and economic operators participating in the implementation of measures to restrict or eliminate the industrial accident, or to reduce its effect, if provided for in the civil protection ārpusobjekt plan or if requested by the rescue service officials: 99.3.1. Disaster Medical Center to coordinate the emergency medical relief measures and provides specialized emergency medic at schools, assistance in cases of industrial accidents and their consequences at the time of the winding up;
99.3.2. the national agency "public health agency provides the information about the notified dangerous substances to people (especially for the direct or immediate effects and symptoms);
99.3.3. the national agency "Latvian environment, geology and Meteorology Agency" informed of the meteorological conditions and preparing weather forecasts logical;
99.3.4. regional environmental authority informs the object used for rendering the dangerous substances, as well as other objects, or factors in the vicinity that can make heavier consequences of industrial accidents.
100. in order to monitor the spread of hazardous substances or a concentration of the environment, as well as limited exposure to hazardous substances to man and the environment: 100.1. If necessary, the direct effects of an industrial accident or imminent threat of an area where you must use personal protective equipment, air, soil or water by the ekspresanalīz or samples of dangerous substances in the rescue service or object to emergency and rescue units;
100.2. If necessary, outside the direct effects of an industrial accident or imminent threat zones that do not use personal protective equipment or special clothing, samples of dangerous substances object, the relevant regional environmental management or other representatives of the laboratory according to the object or the civil protection ārpusobjekt in the plan;
100.3. where hazardous substances are not directly endanger human life or health, the responsible person shall collect and store hazardous substances so that they do not endanger human life, health, property and the environment, as well as deliver the specially equipped places and take other actions according to the law on waste management and the requirements.
101. The reporting of an adverse event or industrial accident, the responsible person shall bear the following information: 101.1. the message provider address, name and position, as well as the message recipient name and position;
101.2. reporting period;
101.3. location (district, town or municipality, the object's address) or other information, which specifies the location of the event;
101.4. details of adverse events or industrial accidents, including: 101.4.1. unwanted event or an industrial accident types and a brief description (such as fire, explosion, leakage of dangerous substances into the air, water), as well as its size and importance;
101.4.2. the observations made, the measurements or predictions that characterize adverse events or industrial accidents, as well as potential development;
101.4.3. the risk that industrial accident causing the object (such as a repeated explosion, hazardous substances, poisoning of employees), and adverse effects on the surrounding population and other people that is located in the vicinity, or the environment; 101.5. details of crash in the dangerous substances involved, their names, characteristics or rankings according to the chemicals and chemical products (such as toxic, ecotoxic, explosive, highly flammable) or CAS numbers;
101.6. industrial accidents taken containment, relief or mitigating measures or other measures;
101.7. necessary assistance.
XIII. Measures the effects of industrial accidents and the accident risk assessment and reduction of industrial accidents after 102. State Labour Inspectorate after industrial accidents to set up and operate an industrial accident Review Committee (hereinafter referred to as the emergency Evaluation Commission), which includes representatives of national institutions (subject to the distribution of competences), the municipal representative, as well as, if necessary, experts. The national labour inspectorate maintains a database with information on the experts or institutions who can provide information that can be used in the evaluation of industrial accidents, the prevention or reduction of the hazards and effects.
103. the responsible person after an industrial accident shall inform in writing the State Labour Inspectorate and the national environmental service for: 103.1. industrial accident conditions and the possible causes;
the parties to the industrial accidents 103.2. dangerous substances;
103.3. available information on industrial accidents for man and the environment; 103.4. the industrial accident prevention, control, relief or reduction measures;
103.5. measures to reduce the 103.5.1.: industrial accidents in the medium and long term effects and consequences;
103.5.2. explore the long-term effects of the accident and the consequences;
103.5.3. prevent recurrence of such accidents.
104. If additional facts are found, the responsible person shall specify and complement the information provided pursuant to this provision, paragraph 103.
105. The emergency Evaluation Commission: 105.1. collect information and assess industrial accidents to explore technical and technological causes and conditions, as well as the object's security system problems that could affect the occurrence of such accidents;
105.2. based on the evaluation of industrial emergency materials, evaluate these emergency conditions, causes and effects, as well as the effects of the industrial accident risks to man or the environment;
105.3. prepares a written opinion on industrial accidents and suggestions or instructions on further steps to be taken to reduce the long-term effects of the accident on man and the environment and to prevent similar industrial accidents.
106. the industrial accident evaluation materials are: 106.1. State institutions (the State Labour Inspectorate, rescue services, national environment service or the relevant regional environmental management) and checks the Protocol drawn up in place of an industrial accident;
106.2. emergency Evaluation Commission meetings;
106.3. laboratory testing protocols, technical calculations, technical modelling assessment or documented the results of risk assessment, expert opinions and other documents;
106.4. industrial accidents during the streaming, as well as hazardous substances in polluted environments (such as contaminated soil or water) samples;
106.5. particulars of the nature of the documented damage, as well as information about possible future environmental threats;
106.6. industrial accident site photos, video footage, plans and diagrams with marks for unwanted events in the course of an industrial accident;
106.7. meteorological and hydrological inquiries;
106.8. details of victims;
106.9. details of material losses;
106.10. object the object of the security and civil protection plan or industrial accident prevention program;
106.11. object and the object or equipment process diagram and description;
106.12. inventory data or other information on dangerous substances (quantity, position, characteristics and physical state), or samples of these substances, as well as news on dangerous equipment at the site;
106.13. details of the security system, including the object: 106.13.1. about the warning system and process security;
106.13.2. employee training, certification, job description and instruction, their periodicity and content;
106.13.3. on the chemical and chemical product safety data sheet is available;
106.14. emergency witness written explanations;
106.15. information on violations of the laws;

106.16. other documents related to the circumstances of the crash.
107. the responsible person shall, on the basis of the opinion of the Commission of the emergency evaluation and recommendations, as well as the public authorities and the checks carried out protocols: 107.1. implement recovery short, medium and long-term measures necessary for an industrial accident impact on humans or the environment to reduce or eliminate, including: 107.1.1. industrial accidents collected in waste, hazardous waste, ensure a safe temporary storage and deliver them in a specially outfitted hazardous waste collection or temporary storage locations, it that they do not endanger people, the environment or personal property;
107.1.2. monitoring (for example, take and analyze samples, take measurements) and develop forecasts needed to determine or assess the extent of the effects of the industrial accident, severity and distribution, as well as the harmful effects of the accident on man and the environment; 107.1.3. remediation of contaminated sites;
107.1.4. carry out other measures necessary for the consequences of an industrial accident;
107.2. implement measures to prevent the recurrence of industrial accidents;
107.3. If necessary, in accordance with the procedure laid down in these provisions clarify and complement the industrial accident prevention program, or the safety report and the subject of civil protection plan.
108. The national environmental service, based on the information submitted by the person responsible and the emergency Evaluation Commission gathered information, maintain data base on the territory of Latvia last industrial accidents and measures taken and compared with the consequences of these provisions 3. criteria specified in the annex, taking into account the outcome of the screening of an industrial accident. This database contains the following information: 108.1. industrial accidents for the date, the start time, duration, and location;
108.2. its shop floor and object name and address where the industrial accident has occurred, as well as details of the responsible person and the object owner;
108.3. industrial accident conditions, specifying the dangerous substances involved, and the direct exposure of humans or the environment; 108.4. the industrial accident, and the effects of conventional reduction measures, as well as precautionary measures;
108.5. measures taken to prevent the recurrence of industrial accidents.
109. The national environmental service based on database data, prepare and after an industrial accident evaluation provide the Commission of the European communities the provision of the information referred to in paragraph 108.
XIV. Object inspection 110. based on the information submitted on the objects, the national environmental service develop inspection program which ensures that all objects (which are subject to these rules) regular inspection of the complex – the national authority jointly carried out the inspections to check the industrial accident risk reduction measures (especially the security systems of torisko technical and organizing measures) and the industrial accident prevention program or the security of the information provided in the report compliance with the actual condition of the object.
111. The inspection program that provides comprehensive test is carried out at least once a calendar: 111.1. year, any object which, according to these rules establish the safety report;
111.2. every three years, in other objects, which are subject to these provisions.
112. The object complex test is carried out also in this case, if the person has not yet submitted the documents referred to in these provisions.
113. the examination shall cover the object in a complex technical, organisational risks risk issues (especially Security), documentation, operation of equipment, the use of dangerous substances and provisions storage, fire protection, compliance with the provisions of avārijgatavīb, safety and protection (including the safe use of dangerous equipment), the environment and civil protection requirements and the monitoring carried out by the person responsible.
114. in order to carry out the complex inspection, the national environmental services creates and manages the Inspection Commission by the rescue services, national labour inspek tion, the relevant regional environmental management and local government representatives, as well as, if necessary, experts.
115. The Inspection Commission in check: 115.1. or the person in charge shall take the necessary measures to prevent industrial accidents, but in the case of an industrial accident or reduce its limited effects;
115.2. security system (whether object contains the necessary personnel and logistical resources industrial accident relief and its impact on man and the environment to reduce the object area and outside the object area);
115.3. the safety report, the industrial accident prevention program or other documents referred to in these regulations, the specified data or relevance of the information to the actual situation;
115.4. or the person in charge shall take all necessary measures under these rules required the consequences of industrial accidents or industrial accidents to prevent recurrence (if there has been industrial accident);
115.5. information available to the public under these provisions.
116. At the object complex inspection, the responsible person shall promptly provide the Inspection Commission of the industrial accident prevention program, or the safety report and the subject of civil protection plans or other documents referred to in those provisions.
117. in order to check the safety report or the prevention of industrial accidents in the conformity of the information on the actual situation, the Inspection Commission members have the right to take samples or carry out the assessment of the performance of the equipment.
118. On the assessment of the performance of the equipment or the sampling and testing of the inspection, the Commission shall draw up a written report, if necessary, adding calculations, equipment parameters, hazardous substance analysis method and its selection as well as the findings and the grounds.
119. If the inspection, the Commission finds that the documents submitted by the person responsible does not reflect the actual situation and is a possible industrial accident with severe consequences or have a greater likelihood of causing such accidents than indicated in the submitted documentation, it shall request additional information of the person responsible for: 119.1. the following industrial accidents (industrial accidents with severe consequences or higher causing the heaviest industrial accident risk) and the likelihood of causing effects;
119.2. dangerous substances, their properties, mineral, location and other factors, which are not taken into account and that can cause such industrial accidents or make the heavier its consequences;
119.3. Security the system state object;
119.4. object and avārijgatavīb security system in the event of an industrial accident.
120. The national environmental service for each examination shall draw up joint inspection report, signed by all the members of the Commission of inspection, and to directions to the person in charge.
121. The responsible person in the joint inspection report within the time limits specified in the report make refinements.
122. on the basis of common inspection reports, national environmental service instructs the person responsible to amend the prevention of industrial accidents in the security review but rescue service – the object of civil protection plan. Assessing and taking into account the object of civil protection plan amendments made rescue service fixes ārpusobjekt civil protection plan.
XV. evaluation funding 123. Expenses relating to expert services (application, the industrial accident prevention programmes, security review or object of civil protection plan assessment, evaluation or of Domino effects evaluation of industrial accidents) shall be borne by the operator.
XVI. concluding issues 124. If the object is running or placed in service before the entry into force of rules for dangerous substances and maximum object or all objects in the production plant located in one area, you can reach or exceed this rules set out in annex 1 of the smaller kvalificējošo or the quantities of hazardous substances the criterion (Qkopēj), calculated in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 27 of annex 1 in the above formula is equivalent to one or more then the responsible person: 124.1.2005 October 1 shall submit to the relevant regional environmental management application for dangerous substances in the object;
124.2.2005 October 1 in the development and signing of industrial accident prevention program, if the object is subject to the provisions of paragraph 14;
124.3. Environment monitoring national Office: 124.3.1. the industrial accident prevention program – three months after a regional environmental authority has informed the responsible person or the person in charge has been properly determined by the presence of hazardous substances in the object to the object subject to the provisions of paragraph 14;
124.3.2. Security overview, up to July 1, 2006, if the object is subject to the provisions of article 15;
124.4. until 1 July 2006 and shall submit the relevant signature emergency territorial Department of civil protection plan object, if the object is subject to the provisions of paragraph 15.
125. If the person responsible up to the date of entry into force of the rules:

125.1. submitted an application for dangerous substances and the thighs of the factory object an accident prevention program, the person in charge is not required to submit an application for dangerous substances and objects in new industrial accident prevention program, and the environmental impact assessment State Bureau (from 1 January 2005 – environmental monitoring national Office) decisions relating to the object of this provision, paragraph 14;
125.2. presented an application for dangerous substances object, and object safety report avārijgatavīb plan, the person in charge is not required to submit an application for dangerous substances object, a new security review and civil protection plan, and the environmental impact assessment State Bureau (from 1 January 2005 – environmental monitoring national Office) decisions (concerning the safety report) and rescue service decisions (for object avārijgatavīb plan) If the object is subject to the provisions of paragraph 15.
126. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of 19 June 2001, Regulation No 259 "industrial accident risk assessment and risk reduction measures" (Latvian journal, 2001, no. 97).
Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) the European Council of 9 December 1996 of Directive 96/82/EC on the control of major-accident hazards involving dangerous substances;
2) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 2003 Directive 2003/105/EC amending Council Directive 96/82/EC on the control of major-accident hazards involving dangerous substances.
Prime Minister a. Halloween Environment Minister r. vējonis Editorial Note: the entry into force of the provisions to the august 4, 2005.
 
1. the annex to Cabinet of Ministers on 19 July 2005, regulations no 532 hazardous substances and their quantities qualifying 1. Dangerous substances in the presence of an object is determined by comparing the maximum quantities of hazardous substances or objects in the factory, the lowest qualifying quantities. The presence of a dangerous substance or object factory is where this dangerous substance the maximum amount of a plant or an object is reached or can reach a specified in this annex, in smaller quantities, kvalificējošo or the quantities of hazardous substances the criterion (Q total) is equal to one or more. The maximum quantity of dangerous goods shall be determined as the sum of the production of hazardous substances in the maximum quantities in all plant facilities located in one area.
2. 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 can be an object or all objects in the production plant located in one area, in the following quantities: 2.1 is 2% of less of the substance concerned in the qualifying quantity or more;
2.2. less than 2% of less of the substance concerned in the qualifying quantity if hazardous substances in the arrangement is that it can be the agent of the industrial accident.
3. Chemical products containing hazardous chemicals is dangerous if the hazardous chemicals at concentrations less than the Cabinet of 12 March 2002, Regulation No 107 of the "chemical and chemical product classification, labelling and packaging the order" (hereinafter Regulation No 107). Handling this chemical product, comply with the same requirements as for handling hazardous chemicals concerned.
4. If this 1 or 2 of annex table does not specify the minimum qualifying amount, then the assessment of hazardous substances in the presence of the plant or site, take into consideration the most qualifying quantity.
5. the maximum quantity of dangerous goods in table 1 of this annex the dangerous substance is determined by summing the highest quantity of this substance, which is or may be the object at the same time, or uncontrollable chemical process can result in raw materials, products, by-products and waste starpproduk.
6. the maximum quantity of dangerous goods under the dangerous substances (hazardous substances that are specified in table 1 of this annex, at one point) is defined as the sum of all the respective hazardous substances belonging to the Group of dangerous substances (except poly hlordibenzodioksīn or polychlorinated dibenzofurans-quantities determined in accordance with the 9 and 10 of this annex).
7. for the purposes of this annex, a gas is any substance that an absolute vapour pressure at 20 ° C is 101, or more about 3kP.
8. for the purposes of this annex, a liquid is any substance that is not defined as a gas and the temperature of 20 ° C and 101, the reference pressure located 3kP in liquid state.
table 1 of the Qualifying quantities of substances and groups of substances no PO box
Hazardous substances and hazardous substances, the smallest group qualifying quantity (tonnes) the biggest qualifying quantity (tonnes) 1.
Ammonium nitrate-based fertiliser complex, which also contains a phosphate or potassium, or both and can pašsadalīties1, if the nitrogen content is: – from 2 up to 24.5% 15,75 3 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 (hereinafter referred to as the Council Regulation No. 3003/2003) the test referred to in article 27 requirements;
-not more than 15,75% by weight for 4 of the compound fertiliser, but burning the content is limited to 5000 10000 2.
Ammonium nitrate-based fertilisers, which corresponds to Parliament's and Council Regulation No 3003/2003 article 27 referred to the requirements of the tests: – 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% 5 of the ammonium nitrate fertilizer package weight if it is a mixture of ammonium nitrate with dolomite, limestone and/or calcium carbonate with a purity of at least 90% 1250 5000 3.
Ammonium nitrate and products and products containing ammonium nitrate and ammonium nitrate in which the nitrogen content is: – from 24.5% and 28% of product or product weight, and which contain not more than 0.4% combustible substances;
-more than 28% by weight of the product, or product and which contain 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 350 2500 4 this solution.
Ammonium nitrate containing inadequate specification of products and fertilisers not fulfilling the detonation test, including:-the production of the raw material, culled over products, auxiliary materials, intermediates or products;
-chemical products and products containing ammonium nitrate, ammonium nitrate, ammonium nitrate fertilizers the complex and ammonium nitrate-based fertilisers (which is another basic) if they are not appropriate as that table 2 and paragraph 3 specified conditions the user delivered or sent back to the manufacturer, check the temporary storage or disposal, recycling or treatment for their further use should be secure;
-This table first indent of paragraph 1 and paragraph 2 contains the fertilizers that do not meet the Parliament and Council Regulation No 3003/2003 demands as not complying with this Regulation referred to in article 27 of the test 10 50 5.
The complex potassium nitrate fertilizer containing potassium nitrate in prilled or granular 5000 10 000 6.
The complex potassium nitrate fertilizer containing crystalline potassium nitrate 1250 5000 7.
Arsenic (V) oxide (diarsenic pentoxide), arsēnskāb and its salts 1 2 8.
Arsenic (iii) oxide (diarsenic trioxide), arsēnpaskāb and its salts 9 0.1.
Bromine 20 100 10.
Chlorine 10 25 11.
Nickel compounds: powdered nickel (II) oxide (nickel monoxide), nickel (IV) oxide (nickel dioxide), nickel (II) sulfide (nickel disulphide) triniķeļ disulfide, nickel (iii) oxide (dinickel trioxide)-1 12.
Etilēnimīn of 10 20 13.
Fluorine 10 20 14.
Formaldehyde (concentration greater than 90%)
5 50 15.
Hydrogen 5 50 16.
Hydrogen chloride (liquefied petroleum gas) 25 250 17.
Lead Alkyls 5 50 18.
Liquefied extremely flammable gases (including LPG mixtures of hydrocarbons derived from petroleum processing) or natural gas 50 200 19.
Acetylene 5 50 20.
Ethylene oxide 5 50 21.
Propylene oxide 5 50 22.
Methanol 500 5000 23.
4.4-methylene-bis (2-chloroaniline) and its salts, powdery-0.01 24.
25. Metilizocianāt-0.15
Oxygen 200 2000 26.
Toluene diisocyanate 10 100 27.
Karbonildihlorīd (Phosgene) 0.3 0.75 28.
Arsenic trihidrīd (arsine) 0.2 1 29.
Phosphorus trihidrīd (phosphine) 0.2 1 30.
Sulphur dichloride 1 1 31.
(VI) sulphur oxides (sulphur trioxide) 15 75 32.
Polychlorinated Dibenzofurans or polihlordibenzodioksīn-0.001 33.

These carcinogenic substances and/or hazardous chemical products containing more than 5% (percentage by weight) of one or more of the following: – 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;
-4-nitrodifenil of 0.5 2 34.
Petroleum products: (a) gasoline and naphtha;
(b) kerosenes (including Jet fuels);
(c) gas oils (including diesel fuel, liquid fuel and gas oils rich mixtures) 2500 25000 notes.
1. ammonium nitrate-based fertilisers or compound fertiliser's ability to determine the pašsadalīt with UN inspection of trough ", described by the United Nations recommendations on the transport of dangerous goods Manual of tests and criteria" a ", part III, section 38.2.
2.15.75% nitrogen content (percentage by weight) meet the 45% ammonium nitrate from the fertilizer or other chemicals in the product or the product weight.
3.24.5% nitrogen content (percentage by weight) ammonium nitrate corresponds to 70% of the fertilizer or other chemicals in the product or the product weight.
4.15.75% nitrogen content (percentage by weight) meet the 45% ammonium nitrate from the features or other chemical product or product weight.
5.28% nitrogen content (percentage by weight) corresponds to 80% ammonium nitrate from the features or other chemical product or product weight.
9. in order to determine the maximum polihlordibenzodioksīn polychlorinated dibenzofurans and quantities for each polihlordibenzodioksīn or polychlorinated dibenzo furans group following international toxic equivalent factors: 9.1.2, 3, 7, 8-THDD (2, 3, 7,8-tetrahlordibenzodioksīn)-1;
9.2.1, 2, 3, 7, 8-PeCDD (1, 2, 3, 7,8-pentahlordibenzodioksīn)-0.5;
9.3.1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8-HxHDD (1, 2, 3, 4, 7,8-heksahlordibenzodioksīn)-0.1;
9.4.1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8-HxHDD (1, 2, 3, 6, 7,8-heksahlordibenzodioksīn)-0.1;
9.5.1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9-HxHDD (1, 2, 3, 7, 8,9-heksahlordibenzodioksīn)-0.1;
9.6.1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8-HpHDD (1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7,8-heptahlordibenzodioksīn) — 0.01;
9.7. OHDD (oktahlordibenzodioksīn)-0.001;
9.8.2, 3, 7, 8-THDF (2, 3, 7,8-tetrahlordibenzofurān)-0.1;
9.9.2, 3, 4, 7, 8-PeHDF (2, 3, 4, 7, 8-Penta hlordibenzofurān)-0.5;
9.10.1, 2, 3, 7, 8-PeHDF (1, 2, 3, 7, 8-Penta hlordibenzofurān)-0.05;
9.11.1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8-HxHDF (1, 2, 3, 4, 7,8-heksahlordibenzofurān)-0.1;
9.12.1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9-HxHDF (1, 2, 3, 7, 8,9-heksahlordibenzofurān)-0.1;
9.13.1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8-HxHDF (1, 2, 3, 6, 7,8-heksahlordibenzofurān)-0.1;
9.14.2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8-HxHDF (2, 3, 4, 6, 7,8-heksahlordibenzofurān)-0.1;
9.1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8-HpHDF (1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7,8-heptahlordibenzofurān) — 0.01;
9.16.1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9-HpHDF (1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8,9-heptahlordibenzofurān) — 0.01;
9.17. OHDF (oktahlordibenzofurān)-0.001.10. Maximum amount of polychlorinated dibenzofurans and polihlordibenzodioksīn object obtained by polychlorinated dibenzofurans or quantities multiplied by the polihlordibenzodioksīn this annex referred to in paragraph 9 of the factor and summing the results.
11. the maximum quantity of dangerous goods in the hazard class or table 2 of this annex kvalificējošo listed in the quantities used: 11.1 if a hazardous substance is specified in table 1 of this annex, but is classified as dangerous (for example, dangerous chemical, hazardous chemical product dangerous waste) or according to Regulation No. 107, or other regulations governing activities in chemicals and chemical products, it has been given in table 2 of this annex the following characterization of exposure to a substance;
11.2. If the chemical is not classified as dangerous, but it has characteristics that can cause industrial accidents. Kvalificējošo quantities used, taking into account the work carried out by the person in charge of the relevant classification of chemicals according to Regulation No. 107, or other regulations governing activities in chemicals and chemical products.
12. the maximum quantity of dangerous goods in the hazard class determines in each hazard class by summing all the dangerous substances which comply with this annex 2. table per above instructions.
13. 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.
14. 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.
table 2 Qualifying quantities hazard class no PO box
Hazard class minimum qualifying quantity (tonnes) the biggest qualifying quantity (tonnes) 1.
Very toxic chemicals or chemical products 5 20 2.
Toxic chemicals or chemical products 50 200 3.
Chemicals or chemical products that are powerful oxidizers 50 200 4.
Explosive substances, chemical products or articles (see this annex 15, 16 and 17): 4.1.
which corresponds to the subclass 1.4/50 200 ADR1 4.2.
satisfying and/1.1., 1.2. ADR1, 1.3, 1.5 or 1.6. bottom class and R2 or R3 exposure characteristics 10 50 5.
Flammable chemicals or chemical products that comply with this paragraph 18 of the annex to the said instructions for 5000 50000 6.
Flammable chemicals or chemical products: 6.1.
corresponding to this annex referred to in point 19 to 50 200 instructions 6.2.
corresponding to this annex referred to in paragraph 20 of the guidelines for 5000 50000 7.
Extremely flammable chemicals or chemical products that conform to this annex referred to in paragraph 21 of the guidelines for 10 50 8.
Environmentally hazardous chemicals or chemical products, if the hazard characteristics is one of the following characteristics: 8.1 from exposure.
R50: very toxic to aquatic organisms (including R50/53) 100 200 8.2.
R51/R53 – toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment 200 500 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 to 9.1.
R14-actively react with water or R14/15 reacts with water assets, liberate extremely flammable gas 100 500 9.2.
R29: contact with water liberates toxic gas 50 200 note.
1. in accordance with the 1957 on September 30, the United Nations concluded in the European Agreement concerning the international carriage of dangerous goods by road, as amended (hereinafter referred to as UN/ADR).
15. table 2 of this annex 4.1., and 4.2. bottom of the conditions specified in point applies 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 plant or object, and applying the requirements of this Regulation: 15.1. 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 in the product is not known, it is considered that the entire product is explosive;
15.2. if explosive chemical substance or chemical product is known by both UN/ADR classification and characterization of exposure or R3, R2 setting qualifying this substance or product quantity, the quantity qualifying them, corresponding to the classification of UN/ADR;
15.3. if applicable, and classification/ADR concerning operations with dangerous substances, objects considered also that the subclass 1.1. chemicals and articles can cause a mass explosion, which virtually instantaneously almost all products 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.
16. the Qualifying quantities specified in table 2 of this annex 4.1., and 4.2. bottom point, refer to the following explosive chemicals, chemical products, articles or funds: 16.1.uz pyrotechnic chemicals or chemical products, shock, friction, fire or other sources of ignition affect poses a risk of explosion (according to Regulation No. 107 characterization of exposure-R2);
16.2. to chemicals or chemical products, shock, friction, fire or other sources of ignition affect leads to high risk of explosion (according to Regulation No. 107 characterization of exposure-R3);
16.3. to chemical substances, chemical products or products in accordance with the UN/ADR and the Cabinet of Ministers of 5 august 2003, regulations No 435 "dangerous goods transport regulations" meet the class 1;

16.4. 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.
17. chemicals, chemical products and products in accordance with the UN/ADR classification shall comply with class 1, broken down into the following subclasses: subclass 1.1-17.1. "chemical substances and articles which have a mass explosion". A mass explosion is an explosion which virtually instantaneously almost all products or all dangerous substances in a quantity that dangerous goods located throughout;
17.2. subclass 1.2 – "chemical substances and articles which throw out these articles or substances or dangerous splinters, but not a mass explosion";
17.3. 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 both, but not a mass explosion, including combustion of which gives rise to considerable siltumstarojum or which burn one after another, and can cause a small explosion or/and throw out their dangerous parts or Fragments";
17.4. the subclass 1.4 "chemical substances and articles which, during transport 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;
17.5. subclass 1.5 – "very insensitīv (not sensitive) chemicals, which have a mass explosion hazard but are so insensitive that there is very little 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;
10.9.1.6. 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/begin or to continue a successful detonation, is very narrow. Explosion risk exists in respect of only one product.
18. the Qualifying quantities specified in this annex, point 5 of table 2 shall apply to the flammable chemicals or chemical products in liquid state (flammable liquids), which promotes burning and having a flash point of 21 ° C and 55 ° C (according to Regulation No. 107 – the nature of exposure to a substance, R10).
19. the Qualifying quantities specified in this annex 2. table 6.1, apply to the flammable chemicals or chemical products in liquid state (flammable liquids): 19.1. What can heats and catch fire in contact with air, the normal ambient temperature conditions with no power supply (according to Regulation No. 107 characterization of exposure – R17);
19.2. 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).
20. the Qualifying quantities specified in this annex 2. table 6.2, apply to flammable chemicals or chemical products, which have a flash point lower than 21 ° C and which are not extremely flammable (according to Regulation No. 107 – the nature of exposure to a substance, R11, 4.1.2. bottom).
21. the Qualifying quantities specified in this annex, point 7 of table 2 shall apply to the following extremely flammable chemicals or chemical products in liquid or gaseous state (extremely flammable gases and liquids): 21.1. for 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 Regulation No. 107 characterization of exposure-R12 , 3.1);
21.2. the gases which are flammable in contact with air at normal ambient temperature and pressure conditions (according to Regulation No. 107 – the nature of exposure to a substance, R12, 3.2) and physical state or a State where the temperature is higher than critical temperature and pressure of more than the critical pressure. The critical temperature is the temperature above which a gas or hazardous substances are not flowing steam independently of pressure. Critical pressure is the pressure required to liquefied petroleum gas, which has a critical temperature;
21.3. flammable and highly flammable liquid chemicals or liquid chemical products produced, used, managed or there a temperature higher than the chemical or chemical product boiling point.
22. The quantities of hazardous substances criteria calculated to determining the presence of dangerous substances or under these regulations to the unit and sliding the requirements take into account the total risk of hazardous substances that have similar characteristics or effects. In determining the quantities of hazardous substances criteria should be used: 22.1. this annex concerned specified in table 1 of the hazardous substance or hazardous substances of the qualifying Group;
22.2. the relevant hazard class according to the qualifying quantity, if dangerous substance not specified in table 1 of this annex, but is classified as dangerous.
23. quantity of hazardous substances, the criteria used in assessing the overall risks associated with toxicity, flammability and ecotoxicity. The quantities of hazardous substances criteria determined three times – in assessing individual toxicity, flammability and ecotoxicity.
24. The quantities of hazardous substances criteria calculated together the following dangerous substances, which are or can be an object or all objects in the production plant located in one area: 24.1. in table 1 of this annex the chemicals and chemical products priority in accordance with the classification are toxic or very toxic, as well as chemicals and chemical products, which belong to this annex 2. tables 1 and 2 in the hazard class;
24.2. in table 1 of this annex the chemicals and chemical products priority in accordance with the classification is the oxidising, explosive, flammable, highly flammable, or extremely flammable, as well as chemicals and chemical products belonging to table 2 of this annex, paragraph 3, 4.1, 4.2, 5, 6.1, 6.2 and point 7 of paragraph hazard class;
24.3. in table 1 of this annex the chemicals and chemical products priority in accordance with the classification are dangerous to the environment (R50 (including R50/53) or R51/53), as well as chemicals and chemical products, which belong to this annex 2. table 8.1 and 8.2 in the hazard classes.
25. If the quantities of hazardous substances criteria calculated this annex, 24.1 24.2 24.3. and substances mentioned in points, is greater than or equal to one, this provision applies to the object.
26. for the purposes of calculating the quantities of hazardous substances, the criteria taken into account only at the table 1 of this law contains hazardous substances or hazardous substance groups that paid for the clay is less than the quantities relevant qualifying quantities.
27. 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;
Qi (q1, q2, q3 ... qn) – maximum tonnage concerned in table 1 of this annex the specified hazardous substance or hazardous substance or group of table 2 of this annex contains the hazard class;
Q1, Q2, Q3 (Qi ... Qn) – the 1 or 2 of this annex, table contains the smallest or largest 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.
28. If the quantities of hazardous substances criteria calculated using smaller quantities, kvalificējošo is greater than or equal to one, the object is subject to the requirements of this regulation, including: 28.1. If the quantities of hazardous substances criteria calculated using smaller quantities, kvalificējošo is greater than or equal to one, and the quantities of hazardous substances criteria calculated using larger quantities, kvalificējošo is less than 1 the person in charge of the development, the industrial accident prevention program;
28.2. where the quantities of hazardous substances criteria calculated using larger quantities, kvalificējošo is greater than or equal to one, the responsible person shall draw up a safety report and the subject of civil protection plan.
Minister for the environment r. vējonis annex 2 Cabinet of 19 July 2005, the provisions of no. 532

Application for dangerous substances in the Environment Minister r. vējonis annex 3 Cabinet of 19 July 2005, regulations no 532 industrial accident evaluation and reporting criteria 1. National Environment services are classified as industrial accidents and provides information to international organisations for each crash, which occurred at the site, subject to these rules, where the industrial accident, meets at least one of the following criteria: 1.1. fire caused by or involving hazardous substances, which is at least 5% of the rules referred to in annex 1 of the biggest qualifying quantities;
1.2. one or more hazardous substances which led to the explosion, or the go awash in dangerous substances, the quantity of which is at least 5% of the rules referred to in annex 1 of the biggest qualifying quantities;
1.3. one or more dangerous substances that caused by or involving hazardous substances, which is at least 5% of the rules referred to in annex 1 of the biggest qualifying quantities;
1.4. hazardous substances caused by the industrial accident that results in: 1.4.1 the intervening death of the person;
1.4.2. the object of at least six injured people and hospitalized at least 24 hours;
1.4.3. outside the object suffered at least one person and hospitalized at least SafeSeaNet isoperational;
1.4.4. the result of an industrial accident damaged and do not use residential home outside the object;
1.4.5. evacuation of a person or place of isolation for more than two hours, if the number of persons multiplied by the evacuation or isolation, the number of hours, the value is not less than 500;
UR1.4.6.ilg more than two hours had stopped drinking water, electricity or gas supply or telephone service providers, if the number of persons affected by the break, multiplied by the number of hours, the value is not less than 1000;
1.5. hazardous substances caused by the industrial accident in that environment of direct damage with prolonged or severe consequences, polluting or otherwise damaging: 1.5.1. terrestrial ecosystems not less than 0, 5hektār in the area of specially protected natural territories, mikroliegumo or nature protection objectives set out in the protection zone;
UR1.5.2.pla s common in terrestrial ecosystems, including agricultural land, an area of not less than 10hektār;
1.5.3. the freshwater environment in the river or canal not less than 10 km in length;
1.5.4. the freshwater environment in the lake or pond, not less than one hectare in area;
1.5.5. the freshwater environment in the River Delta of not less than two hectares in area;
1.5.6. the marine environment, coastal coastal waters or open sea not less than two hectares in area;
1.5.7. ground water not less than one hectare in area;
1.6. hazardous substances caused by the industrial accident that caused such damage to property: 1.6.1. injury to property of object not less than two million euros;
1.6.2. the damage to property outside the object not less than 0, 5miljon euros;
1.7. hazardous substances caused by the industrial accident causing or likely to cause transboundary effects.
2. the international organisations information about other types of hazardous substances to trigger events or industrial accident, if after it acquired the research and evaluation of new technical information, which can help prevent other accidents or reduce their adverse consequences.
Minister for the environment r. vējonis