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Occupational Health and Safety Regulation 2001
Repealed version for 7 June 2011 to 31 December 2011 (accessed 10 December 2019 at 11:01)
Manifest to be maintained
An occupier of premises where dangerous goods are stored and handled in quantities that exceed the relevant quantities specified in the column headed “Manifest quantity” in the Table to Schedule 5 must keep a manifest of dangerous goods, that contains the information and site plans required by Schedule 7, readily available for use by an inspector or the emergency services.The occupier must ensure that a copy of the manifest is kept, and is readily accessible, at the main entrance to the occupier’s premises unless the occupier and the Commissioner of the New South Wales Fire Brigades or the NSW Rural Fire Service, as appropriate, have agreed to a different location for keeping a copy of the manifest.The occupier must ensure that the manifest is revised as soon as possible after a change in any of the information specified in Schedule 7.This clause does not apply in relation to dangerous goods in transit.This clause commences on 1 September 2006.Maximum penalty: Level 4.