(1) In this clause, dangerous article means, in relation to a process building:(a) any fire, flame, matches, charcoal, oiled rags, oiled cotton, oiled waste or grit, or(b) any substance or article liable to spontaneous ignition or liable to cause fire or explosion,not being a substance or article used or intended for use in the manufacture of explosives in the building.(2) A person must not:(a) smoke in a process building except in a part in which, under the terms and conditions of the licence for the premises, smoking is permitted, or(b) subject to paragraph (a), take any dangerous article into a process building.(3) A person must, on entering a factory area and before entering any process building in that area, carefully search his or her clothing for dangerous articles.(4) A licensee of premises must, in order to prevent persons employed or engaged in or about a process building in or on the premises from taking dangerous articles into the building in contravention of subclause (2):(a) provide those persons with, and require them to wear whenever they are in the building, approved working clothes without pockets and suitable shoes, or(b) maintain an effective system of search, or(c) take other effective measures.
Contravention of this clause is an offence and is punishable in accordance with clause 340.