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A risk assessment shall be carried out by
A risk assessment must include an estimation of the probability of major incidents
A risk assessment must include any organisational measures that may be required
A risk assessment should not include the potential effect of incident on installation or part thereof on an adjacent installation or part thereof
The employer in terms of a major hazardous installation is required to establish an on-site emergency plan
What must the employer do with respect to the emergency plan and the local authority? Select the 2 most applicable options from the list below
What is the employer expected to do if a major hazardous installation is a pipeline?
What must operators of rolling stock do in respect to the implementation of an emergency plan?
Operators of a railway are primarily responsible for establishing an independent plan, as it would be difficult to place this responsibility on the local government and it would also create a major communication problem
The scope of authority of the local government is only applicable where major hazard installations may be erected. They have no other jurisdiction with respect to these regulations.
Any person who is concerned that a local government may be exceeding its scope of authority has the right of access to appeal to the chief inspector in this regard.
From the list below, select the incorrect option. The local authority must prohibit the building of a Major Hazard Installations without appropriate separation from
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relevant local government / MHR / organisational
probability /risk assessment / erection
In terms of the , an employer shall notify the chief inspector, provincial director and in writing, of the erection of any installation which will be a major hazardous installation, prior to the commencement of the thereof. This notice shall include a risk assessment of the risks associated with the major hazard installation. Some items that will be included in the include an estimation of the of major incidents, meteorological tendencies and any measures that may be required.