the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations ( DSEAR). These Regulations require the elimination or reduction. The Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations You are here: No. ; Table of Contents. Table of Contents · Content · More. No. HEALTH AND SAFETY. The Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres. Regulations Made – – – – -. 7th November
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Original As Enacted or Made: Arrangements to deal with accidents, incidents and emergencies 9. Elimination or reduction of risks from dangerous substances 7.
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DSEAR puts duties on employers and the self-employed 20002 protect people from these risks to their safety in the workplace, and to members of the public who may be put at risk by work activity. Duties under these Regulations. Classification of hazardous places.
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The content has been updated in light of changes to European fsear domestic legislation, such as substance classification and labelling issues and general fire safety. The consolidated ACOP text and guidance have been clarified, simplified, streamlined and restructured to help the reader.
HSE aims to reduce work-related death, injury and ill health. You can visit our cookie privacy page for more information. The Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations are concerned with protection against risks from fire, explosion and similar events arising from dangerous substances used or dsead in the workplace.
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Approved Code of Practice and guidance Please note: The ACOP is primarily for an informed and experienced audience such as health and safety professionals.
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Dangerous substances and explosive atmospheres
Is this page useful? Places where explosive atmospheres may occur 8. The text of the Regulations 20002 reproduced in a more up-to-date practical form rather than as in the statutory instrument. The need to carry out a risk assessment, and have in place procedures for the safe use of chemicals not currently covered by DSEAR, is already necessary to meet the general requirements of the HSW Actand the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations Places where explosive atmospheres may occur.
DSEAR Regulations – Fire and explosion
HSE’s main responsibility in this area is for the special precautions within a work process which are designed to prevent or reduce the likelihood of a fire breaking out or should a fire break out reduce its intensity. The need to carry out a risk assessment and have in place procedures for the safe use of chemicals not currently covered by DSEAR is already required by the general requirements of the Health and Safety at Work etc Act and the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations From JuneDSEAR places a formal requirement on employers to assess the risks for substances if classified for these properties and put in place suitable control and mitigation measures.
These Regulations require the elimination or reduction of risk of fire and explosion from substances connected with work activities. Plain View Print Options. No significant new duties are placed on businesses that are dseat in compliance with the replaced ACOPs.