section 1 of this Regulation applies to flammable and explosive goods
Act (2010:1011) of flammable and explosive goods.
section 2 of the trace requirement in paragraph 13 of the Act (2010:1011) If flammable
and explosives do not apply to plastic explosives
1. in small quantities is needed only for
a) research, development or testing of new or modified
b) training in the detection of explosives or development
or testing of equipment for detection of explosives,
c) forensic investigations, development of
criminal investigative or legal purposes,
2. handled by regulatory authorities in connection with their
supervision of these, or
3. constitute a component of approved military devices
held by armed forces, Police or
Security police on 1 January 2007, or manufactured
in the three years thereafter.
To be eligible for the exemptions provided for in the first subparagraph of paragraph 1,
permission from the Swedish civil contingencies Agency.
Approval of explosives, etc.
paragraph 3 of the Swedish civil contingencies agency should, if any
requests it, inform decisions about a product is to be regarded as a
explosive. The applicant shall submit the supporting documents required for
section 4 If an explosive is not subject to assessment of
conformity in accordance with the rules in
The European economic area, the Authority for
civil contingencies agency determine whether the product should be placed
on the market. In such cases, the authority may authorize the
explosive is placed on the market.
paragraph 5 of the Swedish civil protection and rescue decision
approval of an explosive to contain
1. information on how the goods should be classified,
2. information on the conditions that apply to the product, and
3. the information is otherwise required.
section 6 of the Swedish civil contingencies Agency shall revoke
an issued approval of an explosive if
the conditions for approval are no longer met.
Requirements for the handling, transfer and import of flammable and
paragraph 7 of an explosive may be handled, transferred or imported
only by the age of 18 years.
section 8 in areas where flammable or explosive goods
be handled, it is prohibited to use fire or other
ignition sources if this involves more than a small risk of accidents
with the goods.
§ 9 The carrying on licensable activities shall consult
with the regulator about the risk of accidents can
is minimized, if such consultation is required with respect to
changes in operations, repair or
maintenance works or other deviations from the normal
10 § loss of explosives shall be notified immediately to the
The police authority.
Those who have access to explosives without authorisation,
immediately inform the police.
section 11 of the activity that is subject to licensing requirements under the Act
(2010:1011) of flammable and explosive goods must
the licensee shall be able to present the explosives
handled, transferred or imported.
section 12, an accident Occurs as a result of a fire or
explosion at the licensed handling flammable
or explosives or handling of such goods
in the armed forces, the Swedish defence materiel administration, the Swedish defence
Research Institute or the Swedish fortifications Agency, shall
licensee shall promptly inform the supervisory authority of
the accident. The same applies if there is an event that has
meant a high risk of such an accident would have
been able to occur.
Exemption from permit requirement
section 13 a supervisory authority under the Act (2010:1011) if
flammable and explosive goods do not need to be licensed
to such handling of flammable and explosive goods
in the context of supervision. Law enforcement and
Security police need not be licensed to manage
Customs Service and the Coast Guard does not have to be licensed to
such handling of explosives that occurs in connection with
the seizure of the goods.
The armed forces, the Swedish defence materiel administration, the Swedish defence
Research Institute and the Swedish fortifications agency needs
permission only to
1. the manufacture of explosives,
2. such a review of ammunition from risk is
comparable to manufacturing,
3. storage of explosives at fixed locations, and
4. handling of flammable goods except in the case of field commercial
exercise. Regulation (2014:1229).
Handling licensing matters
section 14 Before the Swedish civil contingencies Agency, or
a municipality will notify the authorisation for the handling of
flammable or explosive goods, they shall, unless the
the circumstances of the case makes it unnecessary to consult with
each other and with
1. the other municipal or governmental authorities concerned
of the case, and
2. The police authority.
When a tillståndsärende in the case of explosives begins
licensing authority shall inform the police.
section 15 Permits for the manufacture of such explosives
constitutes war material under the Act (1992:1300) of munitions
may only be notified to the authorised under the
the Act or in the Act have been excluded from
obtain a permit.
section 16 When a State notified the licensing authority
decide that the management must not be started before the
equipment and facilities to be used for handling
section 17 in a case concerning authorisation, a decision of
the licensing authority within three months after a
complete application came in to the Office. If it is
necessary because of the investigation of the case,
the processing time for a maximum of one time extended for
a maximum of three months. The applicant shall be informed of the reasons for that
turnaround time is extended before the original
the deadline has expired.
Paragraph 8 of law (2009:1079) on services in the internal market
provides for an acknowledgement of receipt should be sent
to the applicant when a complete application has been submitted and if
the content of such evidence.
A decision to extend the processing time may not
subject to appeal.
section 18 If the licensing authority requests that the applicant must produce:
certificates, certificate or other similar documents that show that
a specific permit requirements are met, it shall accept
the corresponding document from a State of the European
economic area. However, the authority may request that
the document should be submitted in the original or in authenticated copy or
in the form of a certified translation. The authority may
always request a non-certified translation of the document
The permit holder's obligations
§ 19 Of the authorised applicants for new or changed
permits, handling, transfer and import take place according to the
previous state to its licensing authority has
considered the question, if the licensing authority admits it.
If an authorization to possess explosives have ceased to
apply, should it nevertheless continued in possession of the goods to manage them
on the way in which the licensing authority specifies.
section 20 When a licensable activity is transferred to a new
operators may continue to be carried out
under a previously announced authorization provided
to the change of operators in advance notified to
licensing authority and that an application for a new licence
be submitted within three months after the change has occurred.
The licensing authority shall notify the police when a
notification of a change of operator has entered into
When a physical person who had a licence for the management of
flammable or explosive goods has died, the estate
promptly notify the licensing authority about this. The estate
may continue to manage the licensed goods
According to the previously announced the condition even if
the Director is missing. The management, however, may last for a maximum of three
months after death if the estate does not apply for a new
State. Before the issue of new licences been tried may, however,
only such management be made as is necessary for the management
of the estate. Regulation (2014:1229).
section 21 before the transport of such explosives
The Swedish civil contingencies agency specifically identifies
to the defence forces and the Swedish defence materiel administration, each
in its area, in each case, consult the
The Swedish civil contingencies Agency.
Notification of breach
section 22 has anyone been convicted of violating the law (2010:1011) if
flammable and explosive goods or regulations
issued pursuant to the Act, the Court which tried the case
send a copy of the judgment to the Swedish civil
and preparedness and to the municipality in which the offence was committed.
section 23 of the Swedish civil contingencies Agency is in question
If flammable and explosive goods and products
used for the handling of flammable and explosive goods
for which the Agency has issued regulations
market surveillance authority referred to in article 19, 24(2), 26, 27(2),
28 and 29 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no
765/2008 of 9 July 2008 setting out the requirements for accreditation and
market surveillance relating to the marketing of products and
repeal of Regulation (EEC) No 339/93.
section 24 of the Swedish civil contingencies Agency, in
accordance with regulation 765/2008 and in the case of flammable
1. inform the public about the Agency's activities under
2. establish procedures under article 18(2),
3. develop market surveillance programmes, send
notifications of applications and make them available for
public in accordance with article 18 (5),
4. perform the duties arising from articles 20-22 and
5. cooperate with the other in accordance with article 24(4).
Article 25 of the Swedish civil contingencies Agency,
1. goods which, by reason of its characteristics or its
composition or other reason must be regarded as
flammable or explosive goods,
2. classification of flammable and explosive goods,
3. flammable and explosive characteristics of goods and
4. exemptions from the permit requirement referred to in section 16 of the Act
(2010:1011) of flammable and explosive goods,
5. exceptions to the application of the law on flammable
and explosives and regulations that have been issued
with the support of the law in respect of specific goods or certain
management, transfer or import,
6. that the provisions for approval of explosives
and on the approval of the Director of operations with
explosives will also be applicable to a
fire reactive product,
7. the matters referred to in section 36 5-13 the law on flammable
8. the handling, transfer or importation of a
flammable or explosive shall be prohibited if the
It is of particular importance with regard to fire and
risk of explosion as well as the consequences of a fire or a
9. charges under the law on flammable and
explosives regarding their own activities,
10. that the goods, which have a permit or approval in accordance with
older provisions relating to flammable and explosive goods
but that because of EU directives shall be CE-marked,
instead should bear the "CE" marking, and
11. exceptions to the age limit in section 7, to the extent
It is possible with regard to the rules applicable in the
European economic area (EEA).
When the Swedish civil contingencies agency notifies
regulations on Fireworks that are managed by the
the public authority shall, to the extent that it is
possible with regard to the rules applicable in the EEA,
only allow such fireworks which have different
main purpose than to emit fog. With
Fireworks provided explosives containing
pyrotechnic substances emit light or sound effects and is
designed for pleasure. Regulation (2010:1160).
section 26 of the armed forces shall, after consultation of the Authority for
public safety and emergency preparedness, provide for
1. handling of flammable and explosive goods in their
own defence Chief, the Swedish defence
Research Institute and Fortifikationsverkets area, and
2. exemptions from the application of the law (2010:1011) if
flammable and explosive goods and provisions
issued pursuant to the Act, in the case of field commercial
exercise, during preparedness and when there are reasons of
the utmost importance for the country's security.
This Regulation shall enter into force on september 1, 2010. By
the regulation repeals the Ordinance (1988:1145) where flammable
and explosives and Sprängämnes regulations
(SÄIFS 1999:4) on charges for the Inspectorate's activities.