Regulation (2015:236) Concerning Measures For The Prevention And Control Of Major Chemical Accidents

Original Language Title: Förordning (2015:236) om åtgärder för att förebygga och begränsa följderna av allvarliga kemikalieolyckor

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General provisions



section 1 of this regulation provides for enforcement

of the Act (1999:381) on measures to prevent and

control of major chemical accidents.



section 2 of the terms used in the Act (1999:381) on measures

the control of major-

chemical accidents, has the same meaning in this regulation.



section 3 of the Act (1999:381) on measures to prevent and

control of major chemical accidents and

the provisions of this Regulation shall apply to activities in which

dangerous substances are present in quantities or in excess of the

on the lower level of requirements in annex 1 to this

Regulation.



Notification



section 4 of the notification under section 7 of the Act (1999:381) on measures

the control of major-

chemical accidents should include information on



1. operator's name or business name, registered office and

address,



2. business address,



3. name and title of the person responsible for the business

If it is someone other than the operator,



4. information on the hazardous substances that are present or may

occur within the business,



5. the quantity and physical form of the dangerous substances

occurring,



6. an account of the activities that should be carried out at

activities,



7. a description of the business environment and the factors

that could give rise to a serious chemical accident or

exacerbate the consequences of such including circumstances that

can mean increased risk of impact on the environment, and



8. a summary of completed consultations pursuant to paragraph 13 of the law

(1999:381) on pollution prevention and control

the consequences of serious chemical accidents.



The Swedish civil contingencies Agency, notify

additional regulations on what a notification should contain.



§ 5 obligation under section 7 of the Act (1999:381) on measures

for the control of major-

chemical accidents do not apply to activities covered by

obtain a permit under Chapter 9. section 6 of the environmental code.



section 6 of the notice of change of operations shall be submitted to

the County Board at least six weeks prior to the change, when the

applies



1. a significant increase or decrease in the quantity of the dangerous

substance according to previous notice, or significant modification of

the nature or physical form of this,



2. such changes of an activity or a facility that

can significantly affect the danger of serious

chemical accidents,



3. the definitive closure of the business or its taking

out of service, or



4. changes in the data referred to in paragraph 4 of the Q1.



Such notification is not required in cases where the change

requires a permit under Chapter 9. section 6 of the environmental code.



The Swedish civil contingencies Agency, notify

additional regulations on what a notice of amendment shall

contain and when it should be handed over.



Programme of action



section 7 of The programme of action under section 8 of the Act (1999:381) if

measures for preventing and limiting the consequences of

serious chemical accidents must be in writing and must contain the

an indication of the overall aims and principles of action

the operator has set up for the management of the dangers

of serious chemical accidents. The aim should be to

operator continuously improve the measures for

preventing major chemical accidents.



According to section 8 of the Act (1999:381) on measures to prevent and

control of major chemical accidents to

the action programme implemented through a

security management system. The operator's

security management system shall at least include it as

set out in annex 2 to this regulation.



The action plan should be reviewed regularly and at least every

five years, and, if necessary, updated. The action programme to

always be updated before a change is implemented in a business

that can significantly affect the danger of serious

chemical accidents.



The Swedish civil contingencies Agency, notify

detailed rules about what an action programme and a

safety management system should include and when to

updated.



section 8 of the programme for the activities of the

lower level of requirements shall be submitted to the County Board within six

weeks before the practice is put into service or before such

changes are made at a business location, which means that

list of dangerous substances should be amended, so that the activities

subject to the Act (1999:381) on measures to prevent

control of major chemical accidents. This

does not apply to the cases where the programme has been submitted

According to Chapter 22. 1 § 6 environmental code.



For businesses that belong to the upper tier shall

the action plan annexed to the safety report.



An updated action plan shall be submitted to the County Board

Once it has been completed.



Safety report



§ 9 safety report according to section 10 of the Act (1999:381) if

measures for preventing and limiting the consequences of

serious chemical accidents should include



1. indication of who has prepared the report,



2. an action programme on how serious chemical accidents

should be prevented according to section 8 of the above Act,



3. an internal emergency plan in accordance with section 12 of the said

law,



4. Description of completed consultations under paragraph 13 of the above-mentioned

law,



5. the basis for such plans as set out in Chapter 3. 6 §

Regulation (2003:789) for protection against accidents, and



6. indication of the bearing and the hazardous substances that are present or

can occur there.



The safety report shall also contain the information and the

information set out in annex 3 to this regulation.



The safety report shall be reviewed regularly and at least every

five years, and, if necessary, updated. The safety report shall

always be updated after a serious chemical accident and

before a change is implemented in a business that can significantly

influence of major chemical accidents. An updated

safety report shall be submitted to the County Board as soon as the

has been completed.



The Swedish civil contingencies Agency, notify

additional regulations on what safety report shall

contain and when it is updated.



Plan for the internal emergency response



10 § the operator shall submit the internal plan of

rescue operations under section 12 of the Act (1999:381) on measures

for the control of major-

chemical accidents to the County Board by stitching it to

the security report. The plan should be updated and practiced at least every

third year or when, as a result of changing conditions

There is a reason for it. the plan shall always be updated before

a change is implemented in a business that can significantly

influence of major chemical accidents. An updated

plan shall be submitted to the County Board as soon as it is

been finalised.



The Swedish civil contingencies Agency, notify

rules about what the internal emergency plan

should contain, when the plan is updated and the measures

required for the plan to be applied.



Information



section 11 of the Swedish civil contingencies Agency, notify

regulations on how the consultation referred to in paragraph 13 of the Act (1999:381) if

measures for preventing and limiting the consequences of

serious chemical accidents to occur and derogating from

consultation obligations.



12 § the information that the public should have access to

under section 14 of the Act (1999:381) on measures to prevent

control of major chemical accidents should have

the content that appears in annex 4 to this regulation.



The Swedish civil contingencies Agency, notify

further regulations concerning the information to be provided

to the general public.



Supervision



paragraph 13 of the Swedish civil contingencies Agency is central

supervisory authority according to the law (1999:381) concerning measures to

the control of major-

chemical accidents.



The County Administrative Board is operating supervisory authority and shall exercise

enforcement of the law and regulations

issued by virtue of the law is followed.



section 14 of the County Board shall, on request, provide the information on

regulatory work necessary for the Authority for

civil contingencies Agency to carry out its

coordination, follow-up and evaluation responsibilities.



The Swedish civil contingencies Agency, notify

regulations for enforcement of the first paragraph.



section 15 of the Regulations of the supervisory plan and regulatory programs, see

section 18 of the Act (1999:381) on measures to prevent and

control of major chemical accidents.



The Swedish civil contingencies Agency, notify

rules about what an inspection plan and a programme of inspections

and if supervision in General.



section 16 of the County Administrative Board will conduct monitoring visits at least once

per year for activities that belong to the upper tier. For

activities that belong to the lower tier to a

monitoring visits carried out at least every three years.



The provincial government has worked out the oversight programme based on a

systematic assessment of the danger of a serious

chemical accident at the activities concerned,

tillsynsbesöken implemented with the longer intervals than

under the first subparagraph. In making that assessment, account should be taken of

to the nature and extent and how

the rules have been followed.



17 § in addition to supervision under decided to regulatory programs

the County Government implement supervision as soon as possible to

investigate serious complaints, serious accidents and

events that could have led to a serious


chemical accidents, incidents and situations when the provisions

that apply to its operations.



section 18 Of the provincial government at the supervision of certain activities has

discovered a serious flaw to renewed inspections carried out

within six months.



section 19 of the County Board shall notify the operator result

by the completion of the inspection programme supervision under the last decided

two months after tillsynsbesöket. At the supervision carried out

due to circumstances, as indicated in paragraphs 17 and 18,

the results will be communicated as soon as possible.



section 20 of the County Administrative Board to coordinate supervision with supervision

According to the environmental code and the Swedish work environment Act (1977:1160)

the extent appropriate.



section 21 of the provincial Government shall send a copy of the notification,

the action programme, the safety report and the internal

emergency plan according to the 7, 8, 10 and 12 of the law

(1999:381) on pollution prevention and control

the consequences of serious chemical accidents to the municipality in whose

activities are affected by any of the documents.



Transitional provisions



2015:236



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 June 2015.



2. The regulation repeals Regulation (1999:382) on

measures for preventing and limiting the consequences of

serious chemical accidents.



3. operators whose activities belong to the higher

the level of requirements and taken into operation or construction of 1 June 2015

or later, and who has submitted an application for authorisation

According to Chapter 9. section 6 of the environmental code prior to that date and the decision of the

the matter is not taken, will submit an action plan, a

safety report and internal emergency plan

to the County Board at the latest one year after the licence has

granted.



4. operators whose activities belong to the lower

the level of requirements and taken into operation or construction of 1 June 2015

or later, and who has submitted an application for authorisation

According to Chapter 9. section 6 of the environmental code prior to that date and the decision of the

the matter is not taken, shall submit an action programme

to the County Board at the latest one year after the licence has

granted.



5. operators whose activities belong to the lower

the level of requirements and taken into operation or construction of 1 June 2015

or later and who have filed a complaint before this

date, shall submit an application to the County Administrative Board

no later than one year after deployment.



6. operators with an existing business that belongs to

the upper tier should submit an updated

action programme, an updated safety report and a

updated internal emergency plan to

County Board no later than 1 June 2016, unless

the operator before 1 June 2015, has provided a

action program, a safety report and an internal plan for

rescue operations which complies with the requirements of this

Regulation, and these documents have not been changed.



7. operators with an existing business that belongs to

the lower tier should submit an updated application and a

updated the action plan to the County Board at the latest by 1

June 2016, unless the operator before 1 June 2015

has lodged a Declaration and a programme of action that meets the

the requirements under this regulation, and the documents are not

been changed.



8. For operators with operations whose level of requirements

changed, or which will be covered by the Act (1999:381) if

measures for preventing and limiting the consequences of

serious chemical accidents due to change of a substance

the classification referred to in Annex i to this regulation and

This is not due to a change of the company's plants

or activities, the following applies.



a) For a business that will fall into the higher

requirement level should a programme be submitted to the County Board

at the latest one year after the change in rating. A

safety report and internal emergency plan shall

be submitted to the County Board within two years after the change

classification.



(b)) for an activity that will fall into the lower

requirement level should a notification and an action programme be submitted to the

the County Administrative Board, no later than one year after the change

classification.



c) the provisions of (a) and (b) does not apply if

the operator before 1 June 2015, has lodged an

notification, a programme of action, a safety report or a

internal emergency plan that meets the requirements of

This regulation, and the documents have not been altered.



Annex 1



Dangerous substances



This annex consists of part 1, which contains a list of

Special hazard categories and part 2 which contains a

list of hazardous substances.



The following applies for the purposes of this annex.



1. the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no

1272/2008 of 16 december 2008 on classification, labelling

and packaging of substances and mixtures, amending and

repealing directives 67/548/EEC and 1999/45/EC, and

amending Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006, the wording under

Commission Regulation (EU) no 1297/2014, is

provisions on classification and labelling of substances and

mixtures.



2. Mixtures should be treated in the same way as pure substances provided they

kept within the concentration limits because of the substances '

characteristics are laid down in Regulation (EC) no 1272/2008, or

its latest adaptation to technical progress, but

If a percentage composition or other description is specified

specifically.



3. Dangerous substances not covered by Regulation (EC) no

1272/2008, the wording under Commission Regulation (EU) no

1297/2014, including waste, but which occur or

likely to occur in an activity and at the

conditions of activities have or are likely to

has the same characteristics as regards opportunities to

cause serious accidents, should provisionally be attributed

to the hazard category in part 1 is most analog or

hazardous substance in part 2 which is mostly analog.



4. If a hazardous substance exhibiting characteristics that causes several

classifications according to Regulation (EC) no 1272/2008, the

the wording under Commission Regulation (EU) no 1297/2014;

should the classification corresponding to the minimum amount of

hazardous substance shall apply. In cases where a hazardous substance is covered by

Part 1 and also listed in part 2, the amounts set out in the

Part 2 applies.



5. If any of the substances listed in part 2, paragraphs 42 to 48

included in a flammable liquid, as referred to in Section 1 paragraphs P5a

or P5b, the quantities referred to in the latter paragraphs

applied.



6. the quantity of dangerous substance should be taken into account for the purposes

by regulations, the maximum amount of present or

can occur. Dangerous substances involved in an activity

only in quantities equal to or less than 2 percent

by the specified amount in part 1 and part 2 should not be included in the

the calculation of the total quantity present if they are

placed within the business so that they can trigger a

major accident elsewhere within it.



7. If, within an activity are present or may be present

several hazardous substances listed in this annex in quantities

is less than the maximum quantities specified for each substance, a

summary be made to determine if the activity is subject to

of the provisions. For the purposes of aggregation, the

selected limit value is always equal to the current

classification. The summation is done according to the formula

SQX/Qx = q1/Q1 + q2/Q2 + .... + qn/Qn where qx denotes the

abundant quantity of dangerous substance x "topic 1" until "topic

(n) "in the list of subject and categories of substances in

This annex and Qx denotes the specified in this annex

maximum amount for each substance or class of substances.

This formula is applied for:



a) summary of the dangerous substances listed in part 2 and

included in the acute toxicity category 1, 2 or 3 (via

inhalation) or STOT SEE category 1, along with dangerous

substances contained in section h: records H1 to H3 in part 1,



b) summary of the dangerous substances listed in part 2 and

as are explosives or items,

flammable gases, flammable aerosols, oxidizing gases,

flammable liquids, självreagerande substances and mixtures,

organic peroxides, pyrophoric liquids and solids,

oxidizing liquids and solids together with the dangerous

substances contained in section P entries P1 to P8 in part 1,

and



c) summary of the dangerous substances listed in part 2 and that

included in the hazardous to the aquatic environment, acute category 1, chronic

category 1 or category 2, together with the

hazardous substances contained in section E entries E1 and E2 in Part

1.



If any of the amounts under (a), (b) or (c) is equal to or

greater than one (1) to the activities covered by

the provisions.



Part 1 – Categories of dangerous substances



In this part, the specified categories in the tables in section H, P, E

and o. after the table in section P, see notes to the

different points in the table.



Section H – Health Hazards



Hazard category under Regulation (EC) requirements for claims for

1272/2008 lower level higher level

(tons) (tons)



H1 acute toxicity, category 1, all

routes of exposure 5 20



H2 acute toxicity



– category 2, all routes of exposure



– category 3, route of exposure through

inhalation, or



– category 3, route of exposure through

oral intake (H 301) in cases where the

the substances cannot be classified

whether on the basis of the acute

inhalation toxicity or

acute dermal toxicity

absorption, for example because of

the absence of clear


toxicity information for

inhalation or dermal absorption. 50 200



H3 STOT stot-

single exposure STOT SE

category 1 50 200



Section P – physical hazards



Hazard category under Regulation (EC) requirements for claims for

1272/2008 lower level higher level

(tons) (tons)



P1A explosives

and objects



– Unstable explosive substance,

mixture or article,



-Explosives

and objects, Division 1.1,

1.2, 1.3, 1.5 or 1.6, or



-substances or mixtures

have explosive properties according to

method a. 14 of Regulation (EC) no

440/2008 and do not belong to

hazard classes Organic p

eroxider or Self reactive

substances and mixtures. 10 50



P1b explosives

and objects



Explosives

objects, Division 1.4. 50 200



P2 flammable gases



Flammable gases category 1

eller 2 10 50



P3a flammable aerosols



"Flammable" aerosols category

1 or 2 that contains

flammable gases category 1

or 2, or flammable

liquids category 1 150 500

(net) (net)

P3B flammable aerosols



"Flammable" aerosols

category 1 or 2 which are neither

contains flammable gases

category 1 or 2, or

flammable liquids category

1 5 000 50 000

(net) (net)



P4 Oxidizing gases



Oxidizing gases category 1 50 200



P5a flammable liquids



– Flammable liquids, category

1,



– Flammable liquids in

category 2 or 3 held at

a temperature above their boiling point,



or



– other liquids with a flash point

60 ° C which is kept at a

temperature above their boiling point. 10 50



P5B flammable liquids



– Flammable liquids in

category 2 or 3 where the

Special

process conditions, such as

high pressure or high

temperature, can cause

the risk of serious

accident, or



– other liquids with

flashpoint 60 ° C where

Special

process conditions, such as

high pressure or high

temperature, can cause

the risk of serious

accident. 50 200



P5c flammable liquids



Flammable liquids,

category 2 or 3, as

not covered by the P5a and

P5b 5 000 50 000



P6a self-reactive substances

and mixtures and

Organic peroxides



-Self-reactive substances and

mixtures, type A or

(B), or



-Organic peroxides, type

A eller B 10 50



P6b self-reactive substances and

mixtures and Organic

peroxides



-Self-reactive substances and

mixtures, type C, D, E

or (F),



or



-Organic peroxides, type

C, D, E or F 50 200



P7 pyrophoric liquids and solids

topics



-Pyrophoric liquids category 1,

or



-Pyrophoric solids category 1 50 200



P8 Oxidizing liquids and solids

topics



-Oxidizing liquids category 1,

2 or 3, or



-Oxidising solid, category

1, 2 or 3 50 200



Note to point P1a, third indent: testing

explosive properties of substances and mixtures is only needed if

the screening carried out in accordance with annex 6, part III, of the United Nations

recommendations on the transport of dangerous goods, Manual of

Tests and Criteria, shows that the substance or the mixture may have

explosive properties. More guidance on when testing is not

needed, see the description of the method (A) 14 of regulation

(EC) no 440/2008 laying down test methods pursuant to Regulation (EC) no

1907/2006 concerning the registration, evaluation, authorisation and

restriction of chemicals (Reach), in wording as

Commission Regulation (EU) no 900/2014.



Note to paragraphs P1a P1b Hazard and Explosive:

substances, mixtures and articles include explosive articles

in accordance with section 2.1. in annex I to Regulation (EC) no

1272/2008, the wording under Commission Regulation (EU) no

1297/2014. For objects containing explosive substances or

mixtures is the quantity of the substance or mixture to be

apply, if known. If the amount is not known, the entire

the subject is regarded as explosive.



Note to point P1b: If explosives

and articles of Division 1.4 unpacked or repacked,

they will be assigned record P1a, except if it can be shown that the danger

still included in risk group 1 (4) of Regulation (EC) no

1272/2008, the wording under Commission Regulation (EU) no

1297/2014.



Note to paragraphs P3a and P3b: flammable aerosols

classified in accordance with Directive 75/324/EEC on the

approximation of the laws of the Member States and other

relating to aerosol dispensers, in wording as

Commission Directive 2013/10/EU. "Extremely flammable" and

"flammable aerosols" in accordance with the same directive corresponds to the

"flammable aerosols category 1" and "flammable

aerosol category 2 "in Regulation (EC) no 1272/2008, the

the wording under Commission Regulation (EU) no 1297/2014.



Note to item P3b: When this item is used, it must

available documentation on the aerosol container does not contain

flammable gas of category 1 or 2, or flammable

fluid category 1.



Note to point P5a, third indent and P5b other

indent: for the classification of flammable liquids

2.6.4.5 applies under paragraph of Annex i to Regulation (EC)

No 1272/2008, the wording referred to in Commission Regulation (EU)

No 1297/2014, to liquids with a flashpoint above 35 ° C not

need to be classified in category 3 if negative results have

obtained in the test for the maintenance of the combustion l. 2, part

III, section 32 of the UN recommendations on the transport of

dangerous goods, Manual of Tests and Criteria. However, this does

not under elevated conditions such as high temperatures or

high pressure. Therefore these fluids of the P5a or P5b.



Section E – Environmental Hazards



Hazard category under Regulation (EC) requirements for claims for

1272/2008 lower level higher level

(tons) (tons)



E1 hazardous to the aquatic environment in

category acute 1 or 1 100 200



E2 hazardous to the aquatic environment in

category chronic 2 200 500



Section O – other dangers



Hazard category under Regulation (EC) requirements for claims for

1272/2008 lower level higher level

(tons) (tons)



O1 substances or mixtures with

hazard statement EUH014 100 500



O2 substances and mixtures at

contact with water,

flammable gases category 1 100 500



O3 substances or mixtures with

hazard statement EUH029 50 200



Part 2 – Named hazardous substances



In this part specified hazardous substances in a table. After the table

see notes on the various paragraphs in the table.



Hazardous substances Requirements for claims for

lower level higher level

(tons) (tons)



1. Ammonium nitrate (fertilizer with the

self-sustaining decomposition) 5 000 10 000



2. Ammonium nitrate (fertilizer grade) 1 250 5 000



3. Ammonium nitrate (technical quality) 350 2 500



4. Ammonium nitrate (materials not

meets the specifications and

fertilizers that do not meet

requirements of the detonation test) 10 50



5. Potassium nitrate (fertilizer in

Pellet or granular form) 5 000 10 000



6. Potassium nitrate (fertilizer in

Crystal form) 1 250 5 000



7. Arsenic Pentoxide, arsenic (V) acid

and/or its salts with

CAS number 1303-28-2 1 2



8. Arsenic trioxide,

arsenic (III) acidity and/or

its salts with CAS number

1327-53-3 0,1



9. Bromine with CAS number 7726-95-6 20 100



10. Chlorine CAS number 7782-50-5 10 25



11. Nickel compounds in inhalerbar

powder form (nickelmonoxid,

nickeldioxid, nickelsulfid,

trinickeldisulfid,

dinickeltrioxid) 1



12. Etylenimin with CAS number 151-56-4 10 20



13. Fluor with CAS number 7782-41-4 10 20



14. Formaldehyde (concentration M 90%)

with CAS number 50-00-0 5 50



15. the Hydrogen with CAS number 1333-74-0 5 50



16. Hydrogen chloride (liquefied gas)

CAS number 7647-01-0 25 250



17. Blyalkyler 5 50



18. Liquefied flammable gases

category 1 or 2 (including LPG)

and natural gas 50 200



19. Acetylene with CAS number 74-86-2 5 50



20. Ethylene oxide with CAS number 75-21-8 5 50



21. Propylene oxide with CAS number

75-56-9 5 50



22. Methanol with CAS number 67-56-1 500 5 000



23.4.4 ' 4-methylenebis (2-chloroaniline)


and/or its salts, in powder form,

with CAS number 101-14-4 0.01



24. Methyl isocyanate with CAS number

624-83-9 0,15



25. oxygen with CAS number 7782-44-7 200 2 000



26.2.4-toluene diisocyanate with

CAS No. 584-84-9 or

2.6-toluene diisocyanate with CAS number

91-08-7 10 100



27. Carbonyl dichloride (Phosgene) with

CAS number 75-44-5 0.3 0.75



28. Arsin (arseniktrihydrid) with

CAS No. 7784-42-1 0.2 1



29. Phosphine (fosfortrihydrid) with

CAs 7803-51-2 0.2 1



30. Sulfur dichloride with CAS number

10545-99-0 1



31. Sulphur trioxide with CAS number

7446-11-9 15 75



32. Polychlorodibenzofurans and

polychlorodibenzodioxins

(including TCDD) estimated that

TCDD-equivalents. Quantities

of polychlorodibenzofurans and

polychlorodibenzodioxins are calculated

with the help of the following factors:



2, 3, 7.8-TCDD 1



2, 3, 7.8-TCDF 0.1



1, 2, 3, 7.8-PeCDD 1



2, 3, 4, 7.8-PeCDF 0.3



1, 2, 3, 7.8-PeCDF 0.03



1, 2, 3, 4, 7.8-HxCDD 0.1



1, 2, 3, 6, 7,8-HxCDD 0.1



1, 2, 3, 7, 8.9-HxCDD 0.1



1, 2, 3, 4, 7.8-HxCDF 0.1



1, 2, 3, 7, 8.9-HxCDF 0.1



1, 2, 3, 6, 7,8-HxCDF 0.1



2, 3, 4, 6, 7,8-HxCDF 0.1



1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7,8-HpCDD 0.01



1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7,8-HpCDF 0.01



1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8.9-HpCDF 0.01



OCDD 0.0003



OCDF 0.0003 0.001



33. The following carcinogens

substances or mixtures

contains the following

carcinogenic substances in

concentrations above 5% by weight:



-4-aminobiphenyl and/or

its salts,



-bensotriklorid,



– benzidine and/or its

salts,



-bis (klorometyl) ether,



-klordimetyleter,



— 1.2-dibromoethane,



-dietylsulfat,



-dimetylsulfat,



-dimetylkarbamoylklorid,



— 1.2-dibromo-3-klorpropan,



— 1.2-UDMH,



-dimetylnitrosamin,



-hexametylfosfortriamid,



-hydrazine,



-2-Naphthylamine and/or

its salts,



-4-nitrodifenyl, and



-0.5 1.3-propansulton 2



34. Petroleum products and

alternative fuels



a) Gasoline and naphtha



b) Kerosenes (including

aviation fuels)



c gas oils including

diesel fuels, light

fuel oils and

among the components of

gas oils)



d) heavy fuel oils



e) alternative fuels with

the same purpose

and similar properties in

question about fire and

environmental hazards as they

products referred to in (a) – (d) 2 500 25 000



35. Anhydrous Ammonia with

CAS No. 7664-41-7 50 200



36. Boron Trifluoride with CAS number

7637-07-2 5 20



37. Hydrogen sulfide with CAS number

7783-06-4 5 20



38. Piperidine with CAS number

110-89-4 50 200



39. Bis (2-dimetylaminoetyl)

(methyl) amine with CAS number

3030-47-5 50 200



40.3-(2-etylhexyloxi) propylamin

with CAS number 5397-31-9 50 200



41. Mixtures of

sodium hypochlorite as

classified as dangerous for the

aquatic environment acute category 1

[H400] that contains less than

5% active chlorine and not

placed in one of the

other categories in

Part 1. 200 500



42. Propylamin with CAS number

107-10-8 500 2 000



43. The Tert-butyl acrylate with

CAS number 1663-39-4 200 500



44.2-methyl-3-butenenitril with

CAS number 16529-56-9 500 2 000



45. Tetrahydro-3.5-dimethyl-

1,3, 5, tiadiazin-2-tion (Dazomet)

with CAS number 533-74-4 100 200



46. Methyl acrylate with CAS number

96-33-3 500 2 000



47.3-29333100;2.methylpyridine CAS number

108-99-6 500 2 000



48.1-bromo-3-klorpropan with

CAS number 109-70-6 500 2 000



Note to point 1: This applies to compound/composite

ammonium nitrate-based fertilisers (compound/composite

fertilizer contains ammonium nitrate with phosphate and/or

Potash) which are capable of self-sustaining decomposition

According to the UN trough test (see United Nations Manual of Tests and

Criteria, part III, paragraph 38(2)) and in which the nitrogen content as a result of

as a result of ammonium nitrate is equal to



-between 15.75 24.5%, and either

not more than 0.4% total combustible/organic

materials or fulfil the requirements of annex III-2 to

European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 2003/2003 of the

13 October 2003 relating to fertilisers, in wording as

Commission Regulation (EU) No 1257/2014 (15.75

% nitrogen due to ammonium nitrate

45% ammonium nitrate and 24.5% nitrogen content by weight as a result of

to ammonium nitrate corresponds to 70% ammonium nitrate), or



-15.75% by weight or less without restriction

combustible material.



Note to point 2: This applies to simple

ammonium nitrate-based fertilisers and ammonium nitrate-based

compound/composite fertilisers complying with the requirements of

Annex III-2 to Regulation (EC) No 2003/2003, in the wording

According to the Commission Regulation (EU) No 1257/2014, and where

the nitrogen content as a result of ammonium nitrate



-more than 24.5% by weight, except for mixtures

of straight ammonium nitrate-based fertilizers with dolomite,

limestone and/or calcium carbonate with a purity of

at least 90%,



-more than 15.75% by weight for mixtures of

ammonium nitrate and ammonium sulphate, or



-more than 28% by weight for mixtures of simple

ammonium nitrate-based fertilisers with dolomite, limestone

and/or calcium carbonate with a purity of at least 90%

(28% nitrogen due to ammonium nitrate

corresponds to 80% ammonium nitrate).



Note to point 3: This applies to ammonium nitrate and

mixtures of ammonium nitrate in which the nitrogen content as a result on the basis

of ammonium nitrate is equal to



-between 24.5 and 28% by weight, and where the concentration of combustible

substances does not exceed 0.4%, or



-more than 28% by weight, and where the concentration of combustible substances

not more than 0.2%.



This also applies to aqueous ammonium nitrate solutions in which the

ammoniumnitrathalten more than 80% by weight.



Note to point 4: this is true



-rejected material from the manufacturing process,

ammonium nitrate and mixtures of ammonium nitrate, simple

ammonium nitrate-based compound/composite fertilisers and

ammonium nitrate-based fertilisers referred to in note to

paragraphs 2 and 3 which are returned or have been returned from

the final user to a manufacturer, a facility for

temporary storage or reprocessing to be recast,

be recycled or treated for safe use, because they

no longer meets the requirements set out in the note to paragraph 2

and 3, or



-fertilisers referred to in note to point 1 first

Indent, and note 2 which do not

meeting the requirements of annex III-2 to Regulation (EC) no

2003/2003, in the wording under Commission Regulation (EU) no

1257/2014.



Note to paragraphs 5 and 6: This applies to fertilisers

who are composed and based on potassium nitrate and that have

the same dangerous characteristics as pure potassium nitrate.



Note to point 18: for the purposes of Part 2,

upgraded biogas is classified under this item if it has

processed in accordance with current standards of purified and

upgraded biogas that guarantee a quality that is

equivalent to the quality of natural gas, including what

metaninnehållet, and where the oxygen level is equal to

not more than 1%.



Note to point 32: Letter designations in point

refer to the following. T = tetra, Pe = penta, Hx = hexa, Hp = hepta;

O = octa.



Note to point 41: This applies provided

that mixture would not be classified as dangerous for the

aquatic environment acute category 1 [H400] if it is not contained

sodium hypochlorite.



Annex 2



The operator's safety management system



In the implementation of the operator's

security management system, the following should be taken into account.



1. the safety management system shall be proportionate to the

the dangers, the industrial activities and the Organization's

complexity and shall be based on an assessment of the risks.

The safety management system should include the part of the General

the management system that includes organizational plan;

responsibilities, practices, procedures, methods and

resources for determining and implementing

the action programme.



2. the safety management system should include the following points.



a) Organisation and personnel — the roles and responsibilities

for employees participating in the management of risks for

serious chemical accidents, at all levels of the Organization,

together with the measures taken to increase the

awareness of the need for continuous improvement.

Training needs for these employees and education

arrangement. The participation of employees and subcontractors

personnel working in operations and relevant

from a security point of view.



b) identification and evaluation of major

chemical accidents – adoption and implementation of procedures for

systematic identification of these risks under normal and

abnormal operation, including, where appropriate, activities


outsourced to subcontractors, as well as the assessment of

the likelihood of an accident occurring and how

serious it may be.



c) control – adoption and implementation of procedures and

instructions for safe operation, including maintenance of

the plant, processes, equipment, and emergency procedures

and temporary downtime. Consideration should then be given to

available information about best practices for monitoring and

control, in order to reduce the risk of system failure. Governance

and control of the risks associated with rising

the age of the equipment installed in a business as well as

with corrosion, mapping of the company's equipment,

strategy and methodology for monitoring and control of

the equipment's condition, appropriate follow-up action and

any necessary countermeasures.



d) change management – adoption and implementation of

procedures for planning modifications to, or construction

of new installations, processes or storage.



e) planning for emergencies-adoption and

implementation of procedures to identify foreseeable

emergencies by systematic analysis, to

prepare, test and review emergency plans

during such emergencies and to provide specific training to the

staff concerned. This training should be provided to all

personnel working in the establishment, including

subcontractor personnel concerned.



f) monitoring performance — adoption and implementation of

procedures to continually assess compliance with

the objectives of the programme of action of the operator including

security management system, as well as the mechanisms for supervision and

corrective action if there are deficiencies. Procedures

should include the operator's procedures for the notification of

serious chemical accidents or events that could have led

to the accident, particularly when it failed

protection measures, surveys and monitoring

based on previous lessons. The procedures shall also include

performance indicators such as performance indicators for safety

and other relevant indicators.



g) Review and update – adoption and implementation of

procedures for periodic systematic assessment of the

the action programme, including security management system

efficiency and adequacy, documented review of

strategy and security management system's performance and the highest

management's update of the safety management system,

including considerations of and introduction of necessary

changes according to the results of the review and

the update.



Annex 3



The minimum data and information to be taken into account in

safety report



A safety report should contain the following.



1. Information on the management system and

Organization is designed to prevent serious

chemical accidents containing the elements listed in annex

2.



2. Description of the business environment that will

contain



a) description of activities and its environment, including

geographical location, meteorological, geological and hydrological

data and, if appropriate, history.



b) identification of installations and other activities at the

activities which may give rise to a serious

chemical accident.



(c)) on the basis of available data, the identification of

nearby activities as well as other mission sites, as

fall outside the scope of the law (1999:381) if

measures for preventing and limiting the consequences of

serious chemical accidents, areas and projects that would

be the source of, or increase the risk or consequences of

a serious chemical accident and of impact on

the surroundings.



d) Description of the areas in which a serious

chemical accident can occur.



3. Description of the installation that will contain



a) description of the main management and

production at the parts of the business that matters

from a safety point of view, the hazards of serious

chemical accidents, and the circumstances under which a

serious chemical accident can happen, together with a

description of the preventive measures that have been taken.



b) description of processes, in particular the operating methods

in which case, where appropriate, consideration should be given to data

available on best practices.



c) Description of dangerous substances containing



in) list of dangerous substances, which include the identification

of dangerous substances (chemical name, CAS number and

name according to IUPAC nomenclature), and maximum quantity

of the substance or substances present or may

occur.



II) physical, chemical and toxicological characteristics and

indication of the hazards, both immediate and in the long run, for

human health and the environment.



III) physical and chemical behaviour under normal

conditions or conditions at which accidents

can be foreseen.



4. identification and analysis of accident risks and the prevention

measures should include



a) a detailed description of the possible scenarios for

serious chemical accidents and the likelihood of such

or the circumstances under which they can occur,

including a compilation of such events that can

trigger each of these scenarios, whether the causes

available within or outside the plant, especially



in) operational causes,



II) external causes, such as related to

activities, operating sites that fall outside the

the scope of the law (1999:381) concerning measures to

the control of major-

chemical accidents, areas and projects that could provide

create or increase the risk or consequences of a

serious chemical accident,



III) natural causes, such as earthquakes or

floods.



b) assessment of the extent and severity of the consequences of

identified major chemical accidents could become,

including maps, images or, as appropriate,

the corresponding descriptions that indicate the areas that are likely to

may be affected by such accidents

occurs in business.



c) examination of past accidents and incidents with the same

substances and processes, considerations on the lessons learned from these and

an explicit reference to specific measures

taken to prevent such accidents.



d) A description of technical parameters and equipment

used to guarantee plant safety.



5. Protective measures and efforts to limit the impact of

a serious chemical accident that will contain



a) description of the equipment installed in the

the plant for the control of major-

chemical accidents to human health and the environment, including

for example, systems for detection/protection, technical devices

to limit the size of accidental discharges, including

water spray, steam displays, catch pots for emergencies or

collecting vessels, stop valves, systems for inerting,

the collection of fire-fighting water.



(b)) Organization of alert and intervention.



c) description of the available internal and external

resources.



d) description of any technical and

non-engineering measures of relevance to reduce

the consequences of a serious chemical accident.



Annex 4



Information to be made available to the public



Part 1



All activities covered by the Act (1999:381) if

measures for preventing and limiting the consequences of

serious chemical accidents shall submit the following

information.



1. the name or business name of the operator

as well as the full address of the activity concerned.



2. A statement that the activities covered by the Act

(1999:381) on pollution prevention and control

the consequences of serious chemical accidents.



3. A simple statement of activities at the business.



4. Trivialnamnen or, in the case of dangerous substances

covered by part 1 of annex 1, generic names

or hazard classifications for the relevant hazardous substances

appearing at the business and that can cause a

serious chemical accident, with an indication of their main

hazardous properties in simple terms.



5. General information about how the public concerned will

be warned, along with adequate information on how to

It would be advisable to take action if a serious chemical accident

or guidance on where such information is available in

electronic form.



6. The date of the last monitoring visits or reference to where

such information is available in electronic form, as well as

information about where to request more detail

information about the oversight or supervisory plan.



7. information on where to get additional information.



Part 2



Operations on the upper tier shall provide the following

information in addition to the information set out in part 1 of

This annex.



1. General information about the danger of serious

chemical accidents that may be present, including the possible consequences

of these accidents to human health and the environment and a

Summary of the main types of scenarios for

major-accident hazards and the measures taken to

manage them.



2. Confirmation that the operator is required to

take appropriate measures within the business area and

in particular the obligation to contact the emergency services at

efforts in the context of serious chemical accidents and in so

much as possible the control of them.



3. Appropriate information from the external perspective for

emergency measures drawn up to address the


olycksföljder that occur outside the workplace. The information should

include a call to any instructions

and orders from the fire and rescue service will be followed by a

accident.



4. Where appropriate, an indication of whether

the business is close to the territory of another Member State

and thus the risk of a serious

accidents with cross-border implications, according to

the Convention of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe

(UN/ECE) on the transboundary effects of

industrial accidents.