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Name: Health and Safety in Employment (Pipelines) Regulations 1999 (SR 1999/350).
Country: New Zealand
Subject(s): Protection against particular hazards
Type of legislation: Regulation, Decree, Ordinance
Adopted on: 1999-10-11
Entry into force:
ISN: NZL-1999-R-91122
Bibliography: Statutes of New Zealand Statutes of New Zealand Parliamentary Counsel Office, Government of New Zealand PDF of Regulations as amended to 26/09/2006 PDF of Regulations as amended to 26/09/2006 (consulted on 2012-09-20)
Abstract/Citation: Sections:
1. Title and commencement
2. Interpretation
3. Meaning of employer and employee
4. Relationship between Act and regulations
5. Managers to be appointed to exercise supervision
General duties
6. Management of hazardous liquids, vapours, and gases
7. Identification and location of pipelines
8. Design, construction, operation, maintenance, suspension, and abandonment standards
Provisions relating to certification
9. Recognition of inspection bodies
10. Inspection body to carry out inspections and issue certificates of fitness
11. Compliance with certificates of fitness Notifiable operations
12. Notification of certain operations
13. Other notifications
Duties relating to land occupiers and controlling authorities
14. Abandonment of pipeline operation
15. Notification to land occupiers or controlling authorities
16. Work which might adversely affect pipelines
17. Emergency procedures
18. Revocation
19. Offences

Schedule 1 - Form of certificate of fitness
Schedule 2 - Particulars to be notified to Secretary
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