CIMAH Regulations CIMAH regulations apply to all industrial activities except: A nuclear installation. – An installation under armed forces. – A vehicle or . Occupational Safety and Health (Control of Industrial Major Accident Hazards) Regulations Popular. Published on 23 April Modified on 25 August. Name: Occupational Safety And Health (Control of Industrial Major Accident Hazards) Regulations [P.U.(A) 39/96]. Country: Malaysia. Subject(s).
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Non Major Regulaations Installation This part shall apply to: Confirmation that the site is subject to these Regulations and that the report referred to in sub-regulation 15 1 been submitted to the Director General.
Any change of the status of installation shall be notified to the authority. Please refer to the original Act or Regulations or Order. General information relating to the nature of a major accident hazard including its potential effects on the population and the environment.
Particulars of Installation B. Where the manufacturer has commenced an industrial activity before the commencement of these Regulations or has commenced construction of an industrial installation for the purpose of an industrial activity six months before commencement of these Regulations.
To prevent major accidents To limit the consequences to people and environment This regulations apply to all industrial activities, except: Reports on Industrial Activity.
Include quantities of substance whether in pure form, or part of mixture or preparation or present as by product. Threshold quantity is specified in Schedule 2 of the regulations. The manufacturer shall be entitled to take urgent and remedial action with respect to an industrial activity in order to put an end to or prevent imminent danger to life or property. Program Integrity Regulations. Categories of Substance and Preparations not Specifically Named in Part 1 The quantities of different substances and preparations of the same category are cumulative.
Where a substance or group of substances listed in Part 1 also falls within a category of Part 2 the quantities set out in Part 1 shall be used. Information relating to the system of management system for controlling the industrial activity, namely — – the staffing arrangements for controlling the industrial activity with the name of the person responsible for safety on the site and the names of the persons who are authorised to set emergency procedures in motion and to inform outside authorities; – the arrangements made to ensure that the means provided for the safe operation of the industrial activity are properly designed, constructed, tested, operated, inspected and maintained; and – the arrangements for training persons working on the site; and.
Inform the Public The manufacturer has to ensure that persons outside the site who are likely to to be affected by a major accident occurring at the site, are supplied with at least the information specified in Schedule 3.
Vehicle or vessel use in transportation. Installations for the production of metals or non-metals by a wet process or by means of electrical energy. Back to Industrial Activity. Where an industrial activity has been determined as a major hazard installation, the manufacturer shall send a copy of the report within twelve months of the date of the determination.
Off-site Emergency Plan The manufacturer shall inform the local authority or port authority of that area that his industrial activity is considered capable of producing a major accident hazard and of the need for the preparation of an off-site emergency plan for the area surrounding his site. The name of the hazardous substance as given in Schedule 2 or, for a hazardous substance included under a general designation, the name corresponding to the chemical formula of the hazardous substance General description of the analytical method available to the manufacturer in determining the presence of the hazardous substance or references to such methods in the scientific literature A brief description of the hazards which may be created by the hazardous substance The degree of purity of the hazardous substance and the names of its main impurities and their percentage Information relating to the installation, namely: Some Definitions within CIMAH Hazardous substance – any substance which is within any criteria laid down in Schedule 1 any substance listed in Part 1 of Schedule 2 Industrial activity – an operation carried out in an industrial installation referred to in Schedule 4 involving one or more hazardous substances, and includes on-site storage and on-site transport which are associated with the operation a storage of hazardous substances Local Authority – any city council, municipal council, district council, town council, town board local council, rural board or other similar local authority established by any written law and includes any authority in charge of a Federal Territory established by any written law.
Back to Hazardous Substance Back to Schedule 4.
Schedule 2 Promurit 1- 3,4-Dichlorophenyl kilograms triazenethio-carboxamide 1,3-Propanesultone 1 kilogram 1-Propenchloro-1,3-diol diacetate 10 kilograms Pyrazoxon kilograms Selenium hexafluoride 10 kilograms Sodium selenite kilograms Stibine Antimony hydride kilograms Sulfotep kilograms Sulphur dichloride 1 tonne Tellurium hexafluoride kilograms TEPP kg.
Industrial activity which involves less than 10 percent of the threshold quantity set out in Schedule 2 of the Regulations. Adequate information on the actions the population concerned should take and on the behaviour they should adopt in the event of an accident. Installation for the production, processing or treatment of energy gases, for example light petroleum gas, light natural gas and synthetic natural gas.
Where there is more than one category specified in the same entry, the quantities of all cima and preparations of the specified categories in that entry shall be summed up. Substances with the following values of acute toxicity as shown in the table below and having physical and chemical regulwtions capable of producing major accident hazards:.
The Federal Implementing Regulations.
Prepare and submit on-site emergency plan 3 months before commencement of industrial activity. Schedule 1 Explosive Substances – substances which may explode under the effect of flame or which are more sensitive to shocks or friction than dinitrobenzene.
My presentations Profile Feedback Log out. Modification Any modification to the industrial activity to which the report relates which can materially affect the particulars in the report, a Competent Person must prepare a further written report and has sent a copy of the report to the Director General who will review it and direct the manufacturer to submit further information within such time as he may specify. Regulations and the Rule-making Process.
Any employee who commits an offence against any of the provisions of these Regulations for which no corresponding penalty is provided by the Act shall, on conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding RM1, or to an imprisonment of not more than three months or to both.
Other Toxic Substances Substances with the following values of acute toxicity as shown in the table below and having physical and chemical properties capable of producing major accident hazards: Some Definitions within CIMAH Port Authority – any port authority established under any written law; Preparation – a mixture or solution of two or more substances; Site — the whole of an area of land under the control of a manufacturer and includes a pier, jetty or regulatiosn structure, whether floating or not; or a structure, whether floating on water or not, which is under the control of a manufacturer; Threshold Quantity – in relation to a given hazardous substance or a category s of hazardous substances, regulaations the quantity rehulations which is or are equal to the amount set out in Schedule 2.
To make this website work, we log user data and share it with processors. Schedule 3 General information relating to the nature of a major accident hazard including its potential effects on the population and the environment.
Major Hazard Installation This part shall apply to: The quantities apply in each case to each group of installations belonging to the same manufacturer where the distance between the installations is less than meters Part 1: Testimony of an American Pastor! Every manufacturer shall submit notification of Industrial Activity Form for existing installation.
Control of Industrial Major Hazard (CIMAH) Regulations 1996
Substance Threshold Quantity Group 4 – Explosive Substances Styphnic acid 2,4,6-trinitroresorcinol 50 tonnes 1,3,5-Triamino-2,4,6-trinitrobenzene 50 tonnes Trinitroanisole 50 tonnes 2,4,6-Trinitroanisole 50 tonnes Trinitrobenzene 50 tonnes Trinitrobenzene acid 50 tonnes Trinitrocresol 50 tonnes 2,4,6-Trinitrophenetole 50 tonnes 2,4,6-Trinitrotoluene 50 tonnes.
This shall include advice to co-operate with any instruction or request regulationa the emergency services at the time of a major accident. Schedule 2 Nickel tetracarbonyl 10 kilograms Oxydisulfoton kilograms Oxygen difluoride 10 kilograms Paraoxon Diethyl 4-nitro-phenyl phosphate kilograms Parathion kilograms Parathion-methyl kilograms Pentaborane kilograms Phorate kilograms Phosacetim kilograms Phosgene Carbonyl chloride kilograms Reguulations kilograms Phosphine Hydrogen phosphide kg.