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The Offshore Installations (Offshore Safety Directive) (Safety Case etc.) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2016

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Regulation 20(1)(a)

SCHEDULE 9PARTICULARS TO BE INCLUDED IN A CURRENT SAFETY CASE IN RESPECT OF THE DISMANTLING OF A FIXED INSTALLATION

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1.  The name and address of the operator of the installation.

2.  The maximum number of persons expected to be on the installation at any time during its dismantling.

3.  A summary of any worker involvement in the revised safety case, including how any safety representatives for that installation were consulted with regard to the revision of the safety case pursuant to regulation 23(2)(c)(i) of the Offshore Installations (Safety Representatives and Safety Committees) Regulations 1989.

4.  The dates on which dismantling is expected to commence and finish.

5.  A description of how the proposed arrangements, methods and procedures for dismantling the installation and connected pipelines take adequate account of the design and method of construction of the installation and its plant.

6.  In the case of the dismantling of a fixed production installation—

(a)information on the means of isolating all hazardous substances and, in the case of any well connected to the installation, the permanent sealing of the well from the installation and the environment;

(b)a description of the risks of a major accident associated with the decommissioning of the installation to workers and the environment, the total exposed population, and the risk control measures; and

(c)information on the emergency response arrangements to secure safe evacuation and rescue of personnel and to maintain control systems for preventing a major accident to the environment.

7.  A description of how the operator will comply with regulation 4(1) of the PFEER Regulations with regard to the dismantling of the installation.

8.  A description of arrangements made for protecting persons on the installation from toxic gas at all times other than during any period while they may need to remain on the installation following an incident which is beyond immediate control.

9.  Sufficient details to update the description of the internal emergency response arrangements—

(a)in the case of a production installation, under paragraph 21 of Schedule 7; or

(b)in the case of a non-production installation, paragraph 17 of Schedule 8.

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