This legislation has been repealed.
(1) Application may be
made in writing to the Chief Inspector for approval of packaging of a certain
type for the packing of particular dangerous goods.
(2) An application
under subregulation (1) shall be accompanied by —
particulars of the dangerous goods to be packed in the packaging; and
report of the results of tests carried out on a sample of packaging of the
type for which approval is sought sufficient to satisfy the Chief Inspector
that the packaging is suitable for the purpose,
determining the application, the Chief Inspector —
require the applicant to provide samples of the packaging and such further
particulars as he sees fit for the purposes of enabling him to determine the
shall, if he considers it necessary or desirable for the purpose of
determining the application, examine, inspect, or test the packaging or a
sample thereof and determine the fee payable in relation to the application
being of an amount not exceeding the fee prescribed in item 1 of
(3) Where the Chief
Inspector is not satisfied that packaging of a particular type is suitable to
be unconditionally approved for a particular purpose under
subregulation (1) but is satisfied that the packaging has been in use for
that purpose before the coming into operation of these regulations the Chief
Inspector may approve packaging of that type for that purpose for such time
and upon such conditions as he sees fit.
(4) Where the Chief
Inspector approves packaging of a certain type under subregulation (1),
packaging used pursuant to that approval shall be used in the manner that is
approved by the Chief Inspector and as indicated by the marking assigned to
the packaging by the Chief Inspector.
(5) A mark assigned to
packaging under subregulation (4) shall be displayed in a conspicuous
position on the outside of the packaging.