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Control of Industrial Major Accident Hazards Rules, 1990 [India]
Contents of these rules, supplementing rules already notified under the Factories Act: definitions; general responsibilities of occupiers; notification of major accidents; industrial activities covered; collection, development and dissemination of information; notification of industrial activities; safety reports; preparation of on-site and off-site emergency plans; information to be given to persons liable to be affected by a major accident; improvement notices by labour inspectors. In the schedules: indicative criteria; alphabetical list of 432 hazardous chemicals; maximum quantities of 11 substances and classes of substances that can be stored in an isolated installation; maximum quantities of 179 substances and groups of substances (with CAS numbers noted) that can be stored in the proximity of other installations; list of industrial activities involving dangerous chemicals; format of a material safety data sheet; format of notification forms for major accidents and for industrial activities.
Ministry of Labour, New Delhi, India, 1990. 40p.
Ministry of Environment and Forests
Manufacture, Storage and Import of Hazardous Chemicals Rules, 1989 (with Corrigendium, 1990) [India]
These Rules were introduced under the authority of the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986. They concern: general responsibilities of occupiers during an industrial activity; notification of major accidents; notification of industrial sites; preparation of safety reports; preparation of on-site emergency plans; information of persons liable to be affected by major accidents; collection, development, dissemination and disclosure of information; preparation and provision of safety data sheets; labelling of hazardous chemicals; import of hazardous chemicals into India. In the annexes: definitions of toxic, flammable and explosive substances; list of 434 hazardous and/or toxic chemicals (or chemical groups); threshold quantities used in the establishment of minimum distances between storage installations of certain hazardous chemicals; list of chemical processes subject to certain provisions of the Act; role of various Indian public authorities in the enforcement of the Act; information to be furnished in major accident notification, site notification, safety reports, safety data sheets and records of imported hazardous chemicals.
Gazette of India, 27 Nov. 1989, No.787; and 5 Feb. 1990, No.59 (extraordinary issues). 49p. + 4p.