(1) A person who keeps dangerous goods, being vehicle fuel, for sale or supply by means of a self-service fuel dispensing unit (other than a coin or card operated dispensing unit) must in relation to the unit comply (or cause compliance) with the provisions of this clause (except subclauses (6) and (7)).(2) Instructions for the operation of the unit must be clearly displayed on or immediately adjacent to it.(3) The unit and the area surrounding it must be adequately illuminated when the unit is in operation.(4) A person (an operator) must be appointed to control and supervise from a control point the operation of the unit when it is in operation for the sale of fuel.(5) A person must not be appointed as an operator unless he or she:(a) is a trustworthy person of or over the age of 18 years, and(b) is fully conversant with the manner of operation of the unit by the users and the system employed for the sale of fuel by means of the unit.(6) When a vehicle is standing near a self-service fuel dispensing unit, the driver of the vehicle must ensure that its engine:(a) is stopped before the fuel tank is opened, and(b) remains stopped while the dangerous goods are being dispensed into the vehicle.(7) A person must not smoke within 3 metres of a self-service fuel dispensing unit.
Contravention of this clause is an offence and is punishable in accordance with clause 340.