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(1)A police officer of at least the rank of inspector may give to the occupier of any relevant premises a notice requiring him to give the chief officer of police a list of—
(a)each person who has access to any dangerous substance kept or used there;
(b)each person who, in such circumstances as are specified or described in the notice, has access to such part of the premises as is so specified or described;
(c)each person who, in such circumstances as are specified or described in the notice, has access to the premises; or
(d)each person who, in such circumstances as are specified or described in the notice, has access to any building or site of which the premises form part.
(2)A list under subsection (1) must be given before the end of the period of one month beginning with the day on which the notice is given.
(3)Where a list under subsection (1) is given, the occupier of the premises for the time being—
(a)must secure that only the persons mentioned in the list are given the access identified in the list relating to them; but
(b)may give a supplementary list to the chief officer of police of other persons to whom it is proposed to give access.
(4)Where a supplementary list is given under subsection (3)(b), the occupier of the premises for the time being must secure that persons mentioned in that list do not have the proposed access relating to them until the end of the period of 30 days beginning with the day on which that list is given.
(5)The chief officer of police may direct that a person may have such access before the end of that period.
(6)The Secretary of State may by order modify the period mentioned in subsection (4).
(7)Any list under this section must—
(a)identify the access which the person has, or is proposed to have;
(b)state the full name of that person, his date of birth, his address and his nationality; and
(c)contain such other matters (if any) as may be prescribed.
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