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Regulations 26(4), 27(2), 28(3) and 29(6)
1. Regulations 27(1), 28(1) and 29(1) shall not apply to brake linings within the meaning of the Road Vehicles (Brake Linings Safety) Regulations 1999(1).
2. Where it is not practicable for an employer to substitute for chrysotile a substance which, under the conditions of its use, does not create a risk to the health of his employees or creates a lesser risk than that created by chrysotile, regulations 26(3), 27(1), 28(1) and 29(1) shall not apply to—
(a)Diaphragms for use in electrolytic cells in existing electrolysis plants for chlor-alkali manufacture;
(b)chrysotile, or products to which chrysotile has intentionally been added, required solely for the manufacture of the products described in sub-paragraph (a).
3. Regulation 27(1) shall not apply to receptacles used for the storage of acetylene gas under pressure and in use before 24th November 1999.
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