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over 30/11/1993

Section 3(2).

SCHEDULE 1E+W+S Model Clauses Referred to in Section 3(2)

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I1Sch. 1 wholly in force; Sch. 1 not in force at Royal Assent see s. 7(2); Sch. 1 in force at 30.11.1993 by S.I. 1993/2406, art. 2(a).

Petroleum (Production) Regulations 1935E+W+S

The clause entitled “Health and safety of workers and employees” in the model clauses set out in Part I of Schedule 2 to the M1Petroleum (Production) Regulations 1935.

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M1S.R. & O. 1935/426.

Petroleum and Submarine Pipe-lines Act 1975E+W+S

Clause 24 of the model clauses set out in Part II of Schedule 2 to the M2Petroleum and Submarine Pipe-lines Act 1975 (Schedule 4 to the M3Petroleum (Production) Regulations 1966 as amended).

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Clause 24 of the model clauses set out in Part II of Schedule 3 to that Act (Schedule 3 to those regulations as amended).

Petroleum (Production) Regulations 1976E+W+S

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Clause 24 of the model clauses set out in Schedule 5 to those regulations.

Petroleum (Production) Regulations 1982E+W+S

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Clause 23 of the model clauses set out in Schedule 5 to those regulations.

Clause 11 of the model clauses set out in Schedule 7 to those regulations.

Petroleum (Production) (Landward Areas) Regulations 1984E+W+S

Clause 15 of the model clauses set out in Schedule 3 to the M6Petroleum (Production) (Landward Areas) Regulations 1984.

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Clause 21 of the model clauses set out in Schedule 4 to those regulations.

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Petroleum (Production) (Seaward Areas) Regulations 1988E+W+S

Clause 26 of the model clauses set out in Schedule 4 to the M7Petroleum (Production) (Seaward Areas) Regulations 1988.

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Clause 11 of the model clauses set out in Schedule 5 to those regulations.

Section 7(2).

SCHEDULE 2E+W+S Repeals

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I2Sch. 2 partly in force; Sch. 2 in force at Royal Assent except so far as relating to the repeal in the Continental Shelf Act 1964 and the second repeal in the Gas Act 1986 see s. 7(3); Sch. 2 in force so far as relating to the repeal in the Continental Shelf Act 1964 at 30.11.1993 by S.I. 1993/2406, art. 2(b); Sch. 2 in force so far as relating to the second repeal in the Gas Act 1996 by S.I. 1996/487, art. 2.

ChapterShort titleExtent of repeal
1964 c. 29.The Continental Shelf Act 1964.Section 1(4).
1974 c. 37.The Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974.In section 33, subsections (4)(d) and (5).Section 84(5).
1975 c. 74.The Petroleum and Submarine Pipe-lines Act 1975.Section 28(2)(b).Section 29(2), so far as relating to proceedings for offences created by regulations under section 26 or 27 of that Act.
1982 c. 23.The Oil and Gas (Enterprise) Act 1982.Section 27(3), so far as relating to prosecutions for offences under the Mineral Workings (Offshore Installations) Act 1971 or section 23 of the Petroleum Act 1987.
1986 c. 44.The Gas Act 1986.Section 18(1).Section 47(5), so far as relating to proceedings for offences created by regulations made or having effect under section 16 of that Act so far as relating to standards affecting safety.

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