This legislation has been repealed.
(1) An occupier or
licensee of premises on which dangerous goods are stored shall maintain a
manifest of dangerous goods stored at the premises in accordance with the
Guidance Note for Emergency Services Manifests issued by the National
Occupational Health and Safety Commission.
(2) A licensee shall
in relation to the licensed premises formulate and prepare an emergency plan
in accordance with guidelines given by the Chief Inspector and shall ensure
that all persons engaged in the handling of dangerous goods —
aware of any emergency plan applicable in relation to those premises; and
competent to operate all safety equipment including vehicles, pumps, fire
protection equipment and breathing apparatus, they may be required to use in
connection with an emergency.
(3) Nothing in an
emergency plan shall prevent a person from refusing to carry out any operation
where that person has reasonable grounds to believe that to carry out the
operation would expose him or her to a risk of imminent and serious harm to
his or her health.
(4) The manifest
required to be kept by subregulation (1) shall be made available upon
request to any police officer, officer of a fire brigade or an officer of the
department principally assisting the Minister charged with the administration
of the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984 in the administration of
[Regulation 4.28 amended in Gazette
8 Jun 1999 p. 2500.]