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Regulation 3

SCHEDULE 1PREMISES AND ACTIVITIES WITHIN THE TERRITORIAL SEA OR A DESIGNATED AREA

Interpretation

1.—(1) In this Schedule—

“activity” includes a diving project and standing a vessel by;

“diving project” has the meaning assigned to it by regulation 2(1) of the Diving at Work Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2005(1) save that it includes an activity in which a person takes part as a diver wearing an atmospheric pressure suit and without breathing in air or other gas at a pressure greater than atmospheric pressure;

“offshore installation” shall be construed in accordance with paragraph 2(2) and (3);

“supplementary unit” means a fixed or floating structure, other than a vessel, for providing energy, information or substances to an offshore installation;

“vessel” includes a hovercraft and any floating structure which is capable of being navigated.

(2) For the purposes of this Schedule, any structures and devices on top of a well shall be treated as forming part of the well.

(3) Any reference in this Schedule to premises and activities includes a reference to any person, article or substance on those premises or engaged in, or, as the case may be, used or for use in connection with any such activity, but does not include a reference to an aircraft which is airborne.

Offshore installations

2.—(1) This paragraph shall apply within the territorial sea or a designated area to and in relation to—

(a)any offshore installation and any activity on it;

(b)any activity in connection with, or any activity immediately preparatory to an activity in connection with, an offshore installation, whether carried on from the installation itself, in or from a vessel or in any manner, other than an activity falling within sub-paragraph (4);

(c)a diving project involving—

(i)the survey and preparation of the sea bed for an offshore installation;

(ii)the survey and restoration of the sea bed consequent on the removal of an offshore installation.

(2) Subject to sub-paragraph (3), in this Schedule, “offshore installation” means a structure which is, or is to be, or has been, used while standing or stationed in water, or on the foreshore or other land intermittently covered with water—

(a)for the exploitation, or exploration with a view to exploitation, of mineral resources by means of a well;

(b)for undertaking activities falling within paragraph 6(2);

(c)for the conveyance of things by means of a pipe;

(d)for undertaking activities that involve mechanically entering the pressure containment boundary of a well: or

(e)primarily for the provision of accommodation for persons who work on or from a structure falling within any of the provisions of heads (a) to (d),

together with any supplementary unit which is ordinarily connected to it, and all the connections.

(3) Any reference in sub-paragraph (2) to a structure or supplementary unit does not include—

(a)a structure which is connected with dry land by a permanent structure providing access at all times and for all purposes;

(b)a well;

(c)a mobile structure which has been taken out of use and is not yet being moved with a view to its being used for any of the purposes specified in sub-paragraph (2);

(d)any part of a pipeline; and

(e)a structure falling within paragraph 8(c).

(4) Subject to sub-paragraph (5), the following activities fall within this paragraph—

(a)transporting, towing or navigating an installation;

(b)any of the following activities carried on in or from a vessel—

(i)giving assistance in the event of an emergency;

(ii)training in relation to the giving of assistance in the event of an emergency;

(iii)testing equipment for use in giving assistance in the event of an emergency.

(iv)putting or maintaining a vessel on stand-by ready for an activity referred to in any of sub-heads (i) to (iii).

(5) Sub-paragraph (4)(b) does not apply in respect of a vessel in or from which an activity is carried on in connection with, or any activity that is immediately preparatory to an activity in connection with, an offshore installation other than an activity falling within sub-paragraph 4(b).

Wells

3.—(1) Subject to sub-paragraph (2), this paragraph applies within the territorial sea or a designated area to and in relation to—

(a)a well and any activity in connection with it; and

(b)an activity which is immediately preparatory to any activity in head (a).

(2) Sub-paragraph (1) includes keeping a vessel on station for the purpose of working on a well but otherwise does not include navigation or an activity connected with navigation.

Pipelines

4.—(1) This paragraph applies within the territorial sea or a designated area to and in relation to—

(a)any pipeline;

(b)any pipeline works;

(c)the following activities in connection with pipeline works—

(i)the loading, unloading, fuelling or provisioning of a vessel;

(ii)the loading, unloading, fuelling, repair and maintenance of an aircraft on a vessel,

being in either case a vessel which is engaged in pipeline works; or

(iii)the moving, supporting, laying or retrieving of anchors attached to a pipe-laying vessel including the supervision of those activities and giving of instruction in connection with them.

(2) In this paragraph—

“pipeline” means a pipe or system of pipes for the conveyance of any thing, together with—

(a)

any apparatus for inducing or facilitating the flow of any thing through, or through part of, the pipe or system;

(b)

any apparatus for treating or cooling any thing which is to flow through, or through part of, the pipe or system;

(c)

valves, valve chambers and similar works which are annexed to, or incorporated in the course of, the pipe or system;

(d)

apparatus for supplying energy for the operation of any such apparatus or works as are mentioned in heads (a) to (c);

(e)

apparatus for the transmission of information for the operation of the pipe or system;

(f)

apparatus for the cathodic protection of the pipe or system; and

(g)

a structure used or to be used solely for the support of a part of the pipe or system;

but not including a pipeline of which no initial or terminal point is situated in the United Kingdom, within the territorial sea adjacent to the United Kingdom, or within a designated area;

“pipeline works” means—

(a)

assembling or placing a pipeline or length of pipeline including the provision of internal or external protection for it;

(b)

inspecting, testing, maintaining, adjusting, repairing, altering or renewing a pipeline or length of pipeline;

(c)

changing the position of or dismantling or removing a pipeline or length of pipeline;

(d)

opening the bed of the sea for the purposes of the works mentioned in heads (a) to (c), and tunnelling or boring for those purposes;

(e)

any activities incidental to the activities described in heads (a) to (d);

(f)

a diving project in connection with any of the works mentioned in heads (a) to (e) or for the purpose of determining whether a place is suitable as part of the site of a proposed pipeline and the carrying out of surveying operations for settling the route of a proposed pipeline.

Mines

5.—(1) This paragraph applies to and in relation to a mine within the territorial sea, and any activity in connection with it, while it is being worked.

(2) In this paragraph “mine” has the same meaning as in the Mines Act (Northern Ireland) 1969(2).

Gas Importation and Storage

6.—(1) Subject to sub-paragraph (3), this paragraph applies within the territorial sea to and in relation to any activities connected with or immediately preparatory to the activities set out in sub-paragraph (2).

(2) The activities are—

(a)the unloading of gas to an installation or pipeline;

(b)the storage of gas, whether temporary or permanent, in or under the shore or bed of any water;

(c)the conversion of any natural feature for the purpose of storing gas, whether temporarily or permanently;

(d)the recovery of gas stored;

(e)exploration with a view to, or in connection with, the carrying on of activities within heads (a) to (d).

(3) Sub-paragraph (1) does not apply to an activity falling within sub-paragraph (2) if the provisions of this Schedule apply to or in relation to that activity by virtue of paragraph 2(1).

(4) In this paragraph—

“gas” means any substance which is gaseous at a temperature of 15°C and a pressure of 101.325 kPa (1013.25 mb); and

“installation” includes any floating structure or device maintained on a station by whatever means.

(5) For the purposes of sub-paragraphs (2) and (4), references to gas include any substance which consists wholly or mainly of gas.

Production of Energy from Water or Wind

7.—(1) This paragraph applies within the territorial sea to and in relation to any energy structure or activities connected with or preparatory to—

(a)the exploitation of those areas for the production of energy from water or wind,

(b)the exploration of such areas with a view to, or in connection with, the production of energy from water or wind, or

(c)the operation of a cable for transmitting electricity from an energy structure.

(2) In this paragraph “energy structure” means a fixed or floating structure or machine, other than a vessel, which is, or is to be, or has been, used for producing energy from water or wind.

Underground Coal Gasification

8.    This paragraph applies within the territorial sea or a designated area to and in relation to—

(a)underground coal gasification and any activity in connection with it;

(b)any activity which is immediately preparatory to any activity in sub-paragraph (a); and

(c)any fixed or floating structure which is, or is to be, or has been, used in connection with the carrying on of activities within sub-paragraphs (a) and (b).

Other activities

9.—(1) Subject to sub-paragraph (2), this paragraph applies within the territorial sea to and in relation to—

(a)the construction, reconstruction, alteration, repair, maintenance, cleaning, use, operation, demolition and dismantling of any building, or other structure, not being in any case a vessel, or any preparation for any such activity;

(b)the transfer of people or goods between a vessel or aircraft and a structure (including a building) mentioned in head (a);

(c)the loading, unloading, fuelling or provisioning of a vessel;

(d)a diving project;

(e)the laying, installation, inspection, maintenance, operation, recovery or repair of a cable;

(f)the construction, reconstruction, finishing, refitting, repair, maintenance, cleaning or breaking up of a vessel except when carried out by the master or any officer or member of the crew of that vessel;

(g)the maintaining on a station of a vessel which would be an offshore installation were it not a structure to which paragraph 2(3)(c) applies;

(h)the transfer of people or goods between a vessel or aircraft and a structure mentioned in head (g).

(2) This paragraph does not apply—

(a)to a case where paragraph 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 8 applies; or

(b)to vessels which are registered outside the United Kingdom and are on passage through the territorial sea.

Regulation 6

SCHEDULE 2PARTICULARS TO BE NOTIFIED UNDER REGULATION 6

1.  The date of forwarding the notice.

2.  The address of the construction site or precise description of its location.

3.  The name of the district council where the construction site is located.

4.  A brief description of the project and the construction work that it entails.

5.  The following contact details of the client: name, address, telephone number and (if available) an email address.

6.  The following contact details of the principal designer: name, address, telephone number and (if available) an email address.

7.  The following contact details of the principal contractor: name, address, telephone number and (if available) an email address.

8.  The date planned for the start of the construction phase.

9.  The time allocated by the client under regulation 4(1) for the construction work.

10.  The planned duration of the construction phase.

11.  The estimated maximum number of people at work on the construction site.

12.  The planned number of contractors on the construction site.

13.  The name and address of any contractor already appointed.

14.  The name and address of any designer already appointed.

15.  A declaration signed by or on behalf of the client that the client is aware of the client duties under these Regulations.

Regulations 4(2)(b), 13(4)(c) and 15(11)

SCHEDULE 3MINIMUM WELFARE FACILITIES REQUIRED FOR CONSTRUCTION SITES

Sanitary conveniences

1.—(1) Suitable and sufficient sanitary conveniences shall be provided or made available at readily accessible places.

(2) So far as is reasonably practicable, rooms containing sanitary conveniences shall be adequately ventilated and lit.

(3) So far as is reasonably practicable, sanitary conveniences and the rooms containing them shall be kept in a clean and orderly condition.

(4) Separate rooms containing sanitary conveniences shall be provided for men and women, except where and so far as each convenience is in a separate room, the door of which is capable of being secured from the inside.

Washing facilities

2.—(1) Suitable and sufficient washing facilities, including showers if required by the nature of the work or for health reasons, shall, so far as is reasonably practicable, be provided or made available at readily accessible places.

(2) Washing facilities shall be provided—

(a)in the immediate vicinity of every sanitary convenience, whether or not also provided elsewhere; and

(b)in the vicinity of any changing rooms required by paragraph 4, whether or not provided elsewhere.

(3) Washing facilities shall include—

(a)a supply of clean hot and cold, or warm, water (which shall be running water so far as is reasonably practicable);

(b)soap or other suitable means of cleaning; and

(c)towels or other suitable means of drying.

(4) Rooms containing washing facilities shall be sufficiently ventilated and lit.

(5) Washing facilities and the rooms containing them shall be kept in a clean and orderly condition.

(6) Subject to sub-paragraph (7), separate washing facilities shall be provided for men and women, except where they are provided in a room the door of which is capable of being secured from the inside and the facilities in each room are intended to be used by only one person at a time.

(7) Sub-paragraph (6) does not apply to facilities which are provided for washing hands, forearms and the face only.

Drinking water

3.—(1) An adequate supply of wholesome drinking water shall be provided or made available at readily accessible and suitable places.

(2) Where necessary for reasons of health or safety, every supply of drinking water shall be conspicuously marked by an appropriate sign.

(3) Where a supply of drinking water is provided, a sufficient number of suitable cups or other drinking vessels shall also be provided, unless the supply of drinking water is in a jet from which persons can drink easily.

Changing rooms and lockers

4.—(1) Suitable and sufficient changing rooms shall be provided or made available at readily accessible places if a worker—

(a)has to wear special clothing for the purposes of construction work; and

(b)cannot, for reasons of health or propriety, be expected to change elsewhere.

(2) Where necessary, for reasons of propriety, there shall be separate changing rooms for, or separate use of rooms by, men and women.

(3) Changing rooms shall—

(a)be provided with seating; and

(b)include, where necessary, facilities to enable a person to dry any special clothing and any personal clothing or effects.

(4) Suitable and sufficient facilities shall, where necessary, be provided or made available at readily accessible places to enable persons to lock away—

(a)any special clothing which is not taken home;

(b)their own clothing which is not worn during working hours; and

(c)their personal effects.

Facilities for rest

5.—(1) Suitable and sufficient rest rooms or rest areas shall be provided or made available at readily accessible places.

(2) Rest rooms and rest areas shall—

(a)be equipped with an adequate number of tables and adequate seating with backs for the number of persons at work likely to use them at any one time;

(b)where necessary, include suitable facilities for any woman at work who is pregnant or who is a nursing mother to rest lying down;

(c)include suitable arrangements to ensure that meals can be prepared and eaten;

(d)include the means for boiling water; and

(e)be maintained at an appropriate temperature.

Regulation 12(2)

SCHEDULE 4WORK INVOLVING PARTICULAR RISKS

1.  Work which puts workers at risk of burial under earthfalls, engulfment in swampland or falling from a height, where the risk is particularly aggravated by the nature of the work or processes used or by the environment at the place of work or site.

2.  Work which puts workers at risk from chemical or biological substances constituting a particular danger to the health or safety of workers or involving a legal requirement for health monitoring.

3.  Work with ionising radiation requiring the designation of controlled or supervised areas under regulation 16 of the Ionising Radiations Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2000(3).

4.  Work near high voltage power lines.

5.  Work exposing workers to the risk of drowning.

6.  Work on wells, underground earthworks and tunnels.

7.  Work carried out by divers having a system of air supply.

8.  Work carried out by workers in caissons with a compressed air atmosphere.

9.  Work involving the assembly or dismantling of heavy prefabricated components.

Regulation 37

SCHEDULE 5TRANSITIONAL AND SAVING PROVISIONS

1.  In this Schedule—

“CDM co-ordinator” means a person appointed under regulation 14(1) of the 2007 Regulations;

“competent” means competent to perform any requirement and avoid contravening any prohibition imposed on a person by or under any of the relevant statutory provisions;

“relevant project” means a project which began before 1st August 2016.

2.  These Regulations apply to a relevant project with the modifications specified in this Schedule.

Projects with no existing CDM co-ordinator or principal contractor

3.—(1) This paragraph modifies the application of these Regulations in relation to a relevant project where, immediately before 1st August 2016—

(a)no CDM co-ordinator or principal contractor is appointed for the project under the 2007 Regulations;

(b)there is more than one contractor, or it is reasonably foreseeable that more than one contractor will be working on the project; and

(c)the construction phase has started.

(2) Regulation 5 does not apply to the project.

(3) The client may appoint in writing a designer as principal designer.

(4) The client shall appoint in writing a contractor as principal contractor as soon as is practicable after 1st August 2016.

(5) The principal contractor shall draw up a construction phase plan or make arrangements for a construction phase plan to be drawn up under regulation 12(1) and (2) as soon as is practicable after 1st August 2016 and the requirement that the plan shall be drawn up during the pre-construction phase and before setting up a construction site is disapplied.

(6) The client, other than a domestic client, shall ensure that the principal contractor complies with sub-paragraph (5) and the client duty in regulation 4(5)(a) is disapplied.

(7) If the client does not appoint a principal designer, the principal contractor shall—

(a)prepare a health and safety file under regulation 12(5) as soon as is practicable after 1st August 2016 and the requirement for the file to be prepared during the pre-construction phase is disapplied; and

(b)ensure that the health and safety file is reviewed, updated and revised from time to time under regulation 12(6).

(8) If the client does not appoint a principal designer—

(a)the references to the principal designer in regulations 4(5)(b) and 9(3)(b) are treated as references to the principal contractor;

(b)the client duty in regulation 4(6)(a) does not apply; and

(c)the principal contractor duties in regulations 12(7) and 13(5) do not apply.

(9) Where a client, other than a domestic client, fails to appoint a principal contractor under sub-paragraph (4) the client shall fulfil the duties of the principal contractor specified in these Regulations, as modified by this paragraph.

(10) Where the client is a domestic client—

(a)regulation 7(2) does not apply; and

(b)if the client fails to appoint a principal contractor under sub-paragraph (4) the principal contractor for the project is the contractor in control of the construction phase.

Projects with an existing CDM co-ordinator

4.—(1) This paragraph and paragraphs 5 and 6 apply where, immediately before 1st August 2016, there is a CDM co-ordinator appointed for a relevant project.

(2) Where this paragraph applies, the appointment of the CDM co-ordinator continues to have effect for the purposes of these Regulations until a principal designer is appointed or the project comes to an end.

(3) The client shall appoint in writing a principal designer for the project before 1st August 2017 unless the project comes to an end on or before that date.

(4) Where the appointment of a CDM co-ordinator continues to have effect under sub-paragraph (2)—

(a)the CDM co-ordinator shall comply with the duties in paragraph 5;

(b)the duties in regulations 9(3)(b) and 12(7) to provide information to the principal designer are treated as duties to provide information to the CDM co-ordinator; and

(c)the duty in regulation 13(5) to liaise with the principal designer is treated as a duty to liaise with the CDM co-ordinator.

Duties of CDM co-ordinator during transitional period

5.—(1) The CDM co-ordinator shall—

(a)cooperate with any person working on or in relation to a project at the same or an adjoining construction site, to the extent necessary to enable any person with a duty or function under these Regulations to fulfil that duty or function;

(b)where the CDM co-ordinator works under the control of another, report to that person anything they are aware of in relation to the project which is likely to endanger their own health or safety or that of others;

(c)ensure that suitable arrangements are made and implemented for the coordination of health and safety measures during the planning and preparation for the construction phase, including facilitating—

(i)cooperation and coordination between all persons working on the pre-construction phase of the project; and

(ii)the application of the general principles of prevention;

(d)liaise with the principal contractor over—

(i)the content of the health and safety file;

(ii)the information which the principal contractor needs to prepare the construction phase plan; and

(iii)any design development which may affect planning and management of the construction work;

(e)where no or partial pre-construction information has been supplied to the CDM co-ordinator by the client under regulation 10 of the 2007 Regulations, assist the client to comply with regulation 4(4) of these Regulations;

(f)unless the information has already been provided under regulation 20(2)(b) of the 2007 Regulations, provide any pre-construction information that is in the possession or control of the CDM co-ordinator, promptly and in a convenient form, to every designer and contractor appointed, or being considered for appointment, to the project;

(g)take all reasonable steps to ensure that designers comply with their duties under regulation 9 of these Regulations;

(h)take all reasonable steps to ensure cooperation between designers and the principal contractor during the construction phase in relation to any design or change to a design;

(i)if a health and safety file has not been prepared under regulation 20(2)(e) of the 2007 Regulations, prepare a health and safety file that complies with the requirements of regulation 12(5) of these Regulations;

(j)review, update and revise the health and safety file from time to time to take account of the work and any changes that have occurred;

(k)if the CDM co-ordinator’s appointment continues to have effect immediately before the project ends, pass the health and safety file to the client at the end of the project;

(l)if a principal designer is appointed, pass the health and safety file and all other relevant health and safety information in the CDM co-ordinator’s possession to the principal designer, as soon as is practicable after the appointment.

(2) The CDM co-ordinator shall not arrange for or instruct a worker to carry out or manage design or construction work unless the worker is competent or under the supervision of a competent person.

Duties disapplied pending appointment of principal designer

6.—(1) The duties in regulations 5(1)(a) and (3) do not apply to a project referred to in paragraph 4(1).

(2) The following duties do not apply to a project referred to in paragraph 4(1) until the principal designer is appointed—

(a)the duties in regulation 4(5)(b) and (6)(a);

(b)the duties of the principal designer in regulations 11 and 12(3), (5), (6), (8) and (10).

(3) If a client fails to make the appointment required by paragraph 4(3) the client shall fulfil the duties of a principal designer in regulations 11 and 12 on and after 1st August 2017.

Projects with only one contractor

7.  Where a relevant project has only one contractor and the construction phase has started, the contractor shall draw up a construction phase plan, or make arrangements for a construction phase plan to be drawn up, under regulation 15(5) and (6) as soon as is practicable after 1st August 2016 and the requirement that the plan shall be drawn up prior to setting up a construction site is disapplied.

Savings

8.—(1) Where, immediately before 1st August 2016 there is a principal contractor appointed for a relevant project under regulation 14(2) of the 2007 Regulations, for the purposes of these Regulations that principal contractor is treated on and after 1st August 2016 as having been appointed under regulation 5(1)(b) of these Regulations.

(2) For the purposes of these Regulations, on and after 1st August 2016—

(a)a health and safety file prepared for a relevant project under regulation 20(2)(e) of the 2007 Regulations is treated as a health and safety file prepared under regulation 12(5) of these Regulations;

(b)a construction phase plan drawn up for a relevant project under regulation 23 of the 2007 Regulations is treated as a construction phase plan drawn up under regulation 12(1) or 15(5) of these Regulations;

(c)pre-construction information provided for a relevant project under regulation 10 of the 2007 Regulations is treated as pre-construction information provided under regulation 4(4) of these Regulations;

(d)notice given for a relevant project under regulation 21 of the 2007 Regulations is treated as notice given under regulation 6 of these Regulations

Regulation 38

SCHEDULE 6AMENDMENTS

Column 1

Title

Column 2

Reference

Column 3

Extent of amendment

Factories Act (Northern Ireland) 1965(4)1965 c.20In section 176(1) in the definitions “building operation” and “work of engineering construction” for “Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2007 (S.R. 2007 No. 291)” substitute “Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2016”
Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1993(5)S.R. 1993 No. 37In regulation 3(1)(b) for “Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2007” substitute “Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2016”
Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1997(6)S.R. 1997 No. 455In regulation 2(1) for “regulation 2 of the Construction (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1996” substitute “regulation 2(1) of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2016”
The Health and Safety (Enforcing Authority) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1999(7)S.R. 1999 No. 90

In regulation 2(1) for “Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2007” substitute “Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2016”

In Schedule 2, paragraph 4(a)(i) for “2(3) of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2007” substitute “6(1) of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2016”

Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1999(8)S.R. 1999 No. 305In regulation 6(5)(e) for “regulation 30(4) or 31(2) of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2007” substitute “regulation 21(4) and 22(2) of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2016”
Fire Precautions (Workplace) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2001(9)S.R. 2001 No. 348In regulation 3(5)(a) for “regulation 2(1) of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2007” substitute “regulation 2(1) of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2016”
Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2004(10)S.R. 2004 No. 63In regulation 2(4)(d) for “regulation 2(1) of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2007” substitute “regulation 2(1) of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2016”
Work in Compressed Air Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2004(11)S.R. 2004 No. 241

In regulation 2(1) for ““the 2007 Regulations” means the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2007” substitute ““the 2016 Regulations” means the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2016”

In regulation 3(1) for “Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2007” substitute “Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2016” and for “regulation 2(3)” substitute “regulation 6(1)”

In regulation 5(3) for “Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2007” substitute “Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2016”

In regulation 13(2)(a) for “regulation 38, 39 and 43(3) of the 2007 Regulations” substitute “regulation 29, 30 and 34(3) of the 2016 Regulations”

In regulation 13(2)(d) for “regulation 38(1) of the 2007 Regulations” substitute “regulation 27(1) of the 2016 Regulations”

In regulation 14(1) for “regulation 40 of the 2007 Regulations” substitute “regulation 29 of the 2016 Regulations”

In regulation 18(a), for “Schedule 3 of the 2007 Regulations” substitute “Schedule 3 of the 2016 Regulations”

Work at Height Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2005(12)S.R. 2005 No. 279In regulation 2(1) for “Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2007” substitute “Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2016”
REACH Enforcement Regulations 2008(13)SI 2008/2852In paragraph 1(d)(i)(bb) of Part 3 of Schedule 3, for “Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2007” substitute “Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2016”
(4)

1965 c. 20, as amended by S.R. 1996 No. 510 and S.R. 2007 No. 291; there are other amendments not relevant to these Regulations

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