Above ground rotationally-moulded polyethylene stationary tanks – Safe Work Instrument 2017

This is the Health and Safety at Work (Hazardous Substances—Above Ground Rotationally-Moulded Polyethylene Stationary Tanks) Safe Work Instrument 2017

In this safe work instrument—

  1. clauses 6(1), 7 to 12, 14 to 16, 19 and 21 set requirements for the design and construction of a tank for the purposes of regulation 17.6(1)(k) of the Regulations:
  2. clause 13 sets requirements for the design, construction, and installation of a liquid level indicator for the purposes of regulation 17.12(3) of the Regulations:
  3. clause 20 sets requirements for marking of a tank for the purposes of regulation 17.76(1)(b)(ii) of the Regulations:
  4. clauses 17, 18, 22, 23, and 26 set out additional requirements that apply to the testing of a tank and states which PCBUs are required to comply with those requirements for the purposes of regulation 17.105 of the Regulations:
  5. clause 6(2), and clauses 24 and 25 set out additional requirements that apply to the installation of a tank and state which PCBUs are required to comply with those requirements for the purposes of regulation 17.105 of the Regulations:
  6. clauses 27 to 29 set out additional requirements that apply to the operation of a tank and states which PCBUs are required to comply with those requirements for the purposes of regulation 17.105 of the Regulations:
  7. clause 30 sets out additional requirements that apply to the inspection of a tank and state which PCBUs are required to comply with those requirements for the purposes of regulation 17.105 of the Regulations:
  8. clause 31 specifies the maximum period of validity for which a compliance certificate for a tank may be issued for the purposes of regulation 17.92(1)(a)(i)(E) of the Regulations.

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