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Occupational Health and Safety Regulation 2001
Repealed version for 7 June 2011 to 31 December 2011 (accessed 18 November 2019 at 16:55)
Dangerous goods to which section 135A of the Act applies
For the purposes of this Chapter, dangerous goods within the meaning of clause 174A are declared to be dangerous goods to which section 135A of the Act applies.However, for the purposes of Parts 6A.2–6A.4 of this Chapter and despite subclause (1), the following dangerous goods are not dangerous goods to which section 135A of the Act applies at premises that are not places of work unless the quantity of the goods at those premises exceeds any minimum quantity set out in relation to the goods in the Table to this clause.In the Table to this clause, means, where this combination of letters immediately follows numbers, the combined total of:the number of kilograms of non-liquid dangerous goods, andthe number of litres of liquid dangerous goods.
Dangerous goods Minimum quantity Liquified Petroleum Gas (LP Gas) (being dangerous goods of Class 2.1) 500 L (water capacity) Dangerous goods of Class 2.1 (other than Liquified Petroleum Gas (LP Gas)) 200 L (water capacity) Dangerous goods of Class 2.2 300 L (water capacity) Dangerous goods of Class 2.3 are not covered by this table and therefore are dangerous goods to which section 135A of the Act applies at all premises (whether or not a place of work). Dangerous goods of Class 3 100 L Pool chlorine 100 kg Sodium Hypochlorite designated by UN Number 1791 100 L Dangerous goods of Class 9 100 kg or L Dangerous goods of Packing Group I 5 kg or L C1 combustible liquids 1,000 L Any dangerous goods other than those specified above (not including dangerous goods of Class 2.3) 100 kg or L