Prevention of major industrial accidents

2.1. Definition and identification of major hazard installations 2.1.1. Competent authorities should make arrangements for both existing and proposed new major hazard installations to be clearly defined and identified by a list of hazardous substances or categories of substances and associated threshold quantities, which should include: very toxic chemicals such as: methyl isocyanate; phosgene; toxic […]

Objective The objective of this code of practice is to provide guidance in the setting up of an administrative, legal and technical system for the control of major hazard installations. It seeks to protect workers, the public and the environment by: Preventing major accidents from occurring at these installation; Minimising the consequences of a major […]

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