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Regulation 2

SCHEDULE 1FEES PAYABLE UNDER THE MINES AND QUARRIES PROVISIONS

PART 1FEES FOR APPLICATIONS FOR APPROVAL OF SUBSTANCES UNDER THE MINES AND QUARRIES PROVISIONS

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Subject matter of approvalFee for an original approvalFee for amendment of approvalFee for renewal of approval
Approval of explosives£325£225£80

PART 2FEES FOR TESTING EXPLOSIVES AND DETONATORS UNDER THE MINES AND QUARRIES PROVISIONS

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TestFee for test
(a) Break test shot£250
(b) Deflagration shot£200
(c) Detonator test (per 100 shots)£1,530
(d) Detonator delay time test (per 100 shots)£1,210
(e) Gallery shot£285
(f) Velocity of detonation test (per 3 shots)£495

PART 3FEES FOR OTHER TESTING

The fee for any testing not fixed by Part 2 of this Schedule shall be the reasonable cost to the Executive of having the testing carried out.

Regulation 3

SCHEDULE 2FEES FOR APPLICATIONS FOR APPROVAL UNDER THE AGRICULTURE (TRACTOR CABS) REGULATIONS 1974

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Subject matterFee
(a) Original approval of tractor cab£465
(b) Revision of an existing approval of a tractor cab£255

Regulation 4

SCHEDULE 3FEE FOR APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL UNDER THE FREIGHT CONTAINERS (SAFETY CONVENTION) REGULATIONS 1984

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Subject matterFee
Approval of scheme or programme for examination of freight containers£90

Regulation 5

SCHEDULE 4FEES FOR VARIOUS APPLICATIONS UNDER THE CONTROL OF ASBESTOS REGULATIONS 2006

Table 1

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Subject matter of licenceFee
Licence for work with asbestos or renewal of (original) licence£1,160

Table 2

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Fee for re-assessment of licence applicationFee for amendment of condition, or duration, of licenceFee for other amendment, or replacement, of a licence
£300£300£80

Regulation 6

SCHEDULE 5FEES FOR EXAMINATION OR SURVEILLANCE BY AN EMPLOYMENT MEDICAL ADVISER

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ProvisionReferenceBasic feeFee for X-RaysFee for Laboratory tests
(a) The Ionising Radiations Regulations 1999S.I.1999/3232£36 where surveillance is confined to examination of, and making entries in, records £68 in other cases£70£40

(b) The Control of Asbestos Regulations 2006

S.I.2006/2739£70£70£40

(c) The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health 2002

S.I.2002/2677£70£70£40
(d) The Work in Compressed Air Regulations  1996S.I.1996/1656£70£70£40

Regulation 7

SCHEDULE 6FEES FOR MEDICAL SURVEILLANCE BY AN EMPLOYMENT MEDICAL ADVISER UNDER THE CONTROL OF LEAD AT WORK REGULATIONS 2002

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ItemFee

(a)On the first assessment of an employee (including any clinical medical examination and laboratory tests in connection with the assessment)

£70

(b)On each subsequent assessment of an employee—

(i)for laboratory tests where these are carried out

£40

(ii)for a clinical medical examination where this is carried out

£40

Regulation 8

SCHEDULE 7FEES FOR VARIOUS APPLICATIONS IN CONNECTION WITH THE IONISING RADIATIONS REGULATIONS 1999 AND THE RADIATION (EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND PUBLIC INFORMATION) REGULATIONS 2001

Table 1

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DescriptionFeeFee for work by Nuclear or Specialist Inspector
Approval or reassessment of approval of Dosimetry Services granted under regulation 35 of the Ionising Radiations Regulations 1999 for the purposes of those Regulations
Group I
Dose record keeping
(a) Where the application is solely in respect of Group I functions£560£130 per hour worked
(b) Where the application for Group I functions is linked to an application in respect of functions in another group£560£130 per hour worked
Group II
External dosimetry
(a) Whole body (beta, gamma, thermal neutrons) film£560£130 per hour worked
(b) Whole body (beta, gamma, thermal neutrons) thermoluminescent dosemeter (TLD)£560£130 per hour worked
(c) Whole body (neutron), other than sub-groups (a) or (b)£560£130 per hour worked
(d) Whole body, other than sub-groups (a), (b), or (c)£560£130 per hour worked
(e) Extremity monitoring£560£130 per hour worked
(f) Accident dosimetry, other than in the previous sub-groups£560£130 per hour worked
Group III
Internal dosimetry
(a) Bio-assay, in-vivo monitoring or air sampling£560£130 per hour worked
(b) For each additional one of the above techniques£560£130 per hour worked
Type approval of apparatus under sub-paragraph 1(c)(i) or 1(d)(i) of Schedule 1 to the Ionising Radiations Regulations 1999 (which excepts such type approved apparatus from the notification requirements of regulation 6 of those Regulations)£130£130 per hour worked

Table 2

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Purpose of applicationFeeFee for work by Nuclear or Specialist Inspector
Approval or reassessment of approval of dosimetry services granted under regulation 35 of the Ionising Radiations Regulations 1999 for the purposes of regulation 14 of the Radiation (Emergency Preparedness and Public Information) Regulations 2001£1,820£130 per hour worked

Regulation 9

SCHEDULE 8FEES PAYABLE UNDER THE MANUFACTURE AND STORAGE OF EXPLOSIVES REGULATIONS 2005 AND CERTAIN OTHER PROVISIONS CONCERNING EXPLOSIVES, INCLUDING ACETYLENE, AND UNDER THE PETROLEUM (CONSOLIDATION) ACT 1928 AND THE PETROLEUM (TRANSFER OF LICENCES) ACT 1936

PART 1APPLICATIONS FOR LICENCES, OR VARIATIONS OF LICENCES, TO MANUFACTURE OR STORE EXPLOSIVES MADE TO THE EXECUTIVE WHERE IT IS THE LICENSING AUTHORITY BY VIRTUE OF PARAGRAPHS 1(b) OR (c) OR 2 OF SCHEDULE 1 TO THE 2005 REGULATIONS

1

Provision under which a licence is granted

2

Purpose of application

3

Fee

4

Fee for work by Specialist Inspector

The 2005 Regulations
Regulation 9, as extended by regulation 2(2) of those Regulations to the manufacture of ammonium nitrate blasting intermediateLicence to manufacture explosives not being ammonium nitrate blasting intermediate nor relating to on-site mixing£605£122 per hour worked
Licence to manufacture ammonium nitrate blasting intermediate£150 per hour worked
Licence to manufacture explosives by means of on-site mixing£225£122 per hour worked
Renewal of any of the above licences£80£122 per hour worked
Regulation 10Licence to store explosives£605£122per hour worked
Renewal of licence£80£122 per hour worked
Regulation 16

Varying a licence —

(a) to manufacture explosives not being ammonium nitrate blasting intermediate, or (b) to store explosives

£415£122 per hour worked
Varying a licence to manufacture ammonium nitrate blasting intermediate£150 per hour worked
Regulation 20Transfer of licence£50
Replacement of any of the licences referred to in this Part if lost£50

PART 2APPLICATIONS FOR LICENCES TO STORE EXPLOSIVES AND FOR REGISTRATION IN RELATION TO THE STORAGE OF EXPLOSIVES MADE TO LICENSING AUTHORITIES WHICH ARE LICENSING AUTHORITIES BY VIRTUE OF PARAGRAPH 1(a) OF SCHEDULE 1 TO THE 2005 REGULATIONS

Notes:
1 The fee payable for —
(a) a licence,
(b) registration, or
(c) renewal of a licence or registration,
of less than one year’s duration shall be, respectively, the fee set out above for a licence, registration or a renewal of a licence or registration, of one year’s duration decreased proportionately according to the duration of the period for which the licence, registration or renewal of either is granted.
2 The fee payable for—
(a) a licence,
(b) registration, or
(c) renewal of a licence or registration,
of more than one but less than two years’ duration shall be, respectively, the fee set out above for a licence, registration or a renewal of a licence or registration of one year’s duration increased proportionately according to the duration of the period for which the licence, registration or a renewal of either is granted.
3 The fee payable for —
(a) a licence,
(b) registration, or
(c) renewal of a licence or registration,
of more than two but less than three years’ duration shall be, respectively, the fee set above for a licence, registration or renewal of a licence or registration of two years increased proportionately according to the duration of the period for which the licence, registration, or renewal of either is granted.

1

Provision under which application made

2

Purpose of application

3

Fee

The 2005 Regulations
Regulation 10Licence to store explosives:
(see Notes 1 to 3)(a) one year’s duration£170
(b) two years’ duration£245
(c) three years’ duration£300
Renewal of licence:
(a) one year’s duration£80
(b) two years’ duration£135
(c) three years’ duration£190

Regulation 11

(see Notes 1 to 3)

Registration in relation to the storage of explosives:
(a) one year’s duration£100
(b) two years’ duration£135
(c) three years’ duration£155
Renewal of registration:
(a) one year’s duration£50
(b) two years’ duration£85
(c) three years’ duration£110
Regulation 16Varying a licence:
(a) varying name of licensee or address of site£33
(b) any other kind of variationthe reasonable cost to the licensing authority of having the work carried out
Regulation 20Transfer of licence or registration£33
Replacement of licence or registration referred to above if lost£33

PART 3APPLICATION FOR AN ACETYLENE IMPORTATION LICENCE UNDER SECTION 40(9) OF THE EXPLOSIVES ACT 1875 AND REPLACEMENT OF SUCH A LICENCE

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Provisions under which a licence is grantedPurpose of applicationFeeFee for work by Specialist Inspector
Explosives Act 1875(1)
Section 40(9) as applied to compressed acetylene by the Compressed Acetylene (Importation) Regulations 1978(2)Licence for importation of compressed acetylene£37£122 per hour worked
Replacement of the above licence if lost£37

PART 4FEE PAYABLE IN RESPECT OF APPLICATIONS FOR THE GRANTING AND TRANSFER OF PETROLEUM-SPIRIT LICENCES

Notes:
1. In the case of a solid substance for which by virtue of an Order in Council made under section 19 of the Petroleum (Consolidation) Act 1928 a licence is required, the fee payable under this Schedule shall be calculated as if one kilogram of the substance were equivalent to one litre.
2. The fee payable for a licence of more or less than one year’s duration shall be the fee set out above increased or decreased, as the case may be, proportionately according to the duration of the period for which the licence is granted or renewed.
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Provision under which a fee is payablePurpose of applicationFee
Petroleum (Consolidation) Act 1928(3)
Section 4 (see Notes 1 and 2)Licence to keep petroleum
spirit of a quantity—
not exceeding 2,500 litres£40 for each year of licence
exceeding 2,500 litres but not exceeding 50,000 litres£55 for each year of licence
exceeding 50,000 litres£115 for each year of licence
Petroleum (Transfer of Licences) Act 1936(4)
Section 1(4)Transfer of petroleum spirit licence£8

PART 5APPLICATIONS UNDER PARAGRAPH (1) OF THE PROVISO TO ORDER IN COUNCIL (NO. 30) OF 2ND FEBRUARY 1937(5) FOR APPROVALS OF PREMISES AND APPARATUS IN WHICH ACETYLENE IS TO BE MANUFACTURED OR KEPT

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Purpose of applicationFeeFee for work by Specialist Inspector
(a) Original approval of premises in which acetylene is to be manufactured or kept£37£122 per hour worked
(b) Amendment of an approval of premises in which acetylene is to be manufactured or kept£37£122 per hour worked
(c) Approval of apparatus in which acetylene is to be manufactured or kept£37£122 per hour worked

PART 6APPLICATIONS FOR APPROVALS IN RESPECT OF CONDITION (8) IN THE ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE (NO. 9) OF 23RD JUNE 1919(6)

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Purpose of applicationFeeFee for work by Specialist Inspector
(a) Original approval of premises in which acetylene is compressed£37£122 per hour worked
(b) Amendment of an approval of premises in which acetylene is compressed£37£122 per hour worked

PART 7APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL OF A CLASSIFICATION OF AN EXPLOSIVE UNDER THE CLASSIFICATION AND LABELLING OF EXPLOSIVES REGULATIONS 1983

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Purpose of the applicationFee
Approval of the classification of an explosive under the Classification and Labelling of Explosives Regulations 1983(7)£65 plus £65 per hour worked after the first hour

PART 8FURTHER FEES PAYABLE IN RESPECT OF CERTAIN TESTING REQUIRED BY THE EXECUTIVE

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Purpose of applicationFee
(a) Application for a licence for the importation of compressed acetylene (Part 3 above)The reasonable cost to the Executive of having the work carried out
(b) Approval of apparatus in which acetylene is to be manufactured or kept (Part 5 above)Ditto
(c) Approval of the classification of an explosive under the Classification and Labelling of Explosives Regulations 1983 (Part 7 above)Ditto

PART 9FEES FOR EXPLOSIVES CERTIFICATES UNDER THE CONTROL OF EXPLOSIVES REGULATIONS 1991

Table 1

1

Provision under which a fee is payable

2

Purpose of application

3

Fee

Regulation 4 of the Control of Explosives Regulations 1991(8)(a) Explosives certificate for acquiring and keeping explosives, not including an application for an explosives certificate referred to in entries (g) and (i), at a site in relation to which a person holds a registration£180
(b) Renewal of the above explosive certificate£145
(c) Explosives certificate for acquiring and keeping explosives, not including an application for an explosives certificate referred to in entries (g) and (i), at a site in relation to which a person holds a licence for the storage of no more than 2000 kilograms of explosives£190
(d) Renewal of the above explosive certificate£175
(e) Explosives certificate for acquiring and keeping explosives, not including an application for an explosives certificate referred to in entries (g) and (i), at a site in relation to which a person holds a licence for the storage of more than 2000 kilograms of explosives£245
(f) Renewal of the above explosives certificate£215
(g) Explosives certificate for acquiring and keeping only shooters’ powder at a site in relation to which the applicant holds a licence or registration, where the applicant also makes a relevant application under the 1968 Act to the chief officer of police determining the explosives certificate application which is to be determined at the same time£23
(h) Renewal of the above explosives certificate where the applicant also makes a relevant application under the 1968 Act to the chief officer of police determining the renewal application which is to be determined at the same time£15
(i) Explosives certificate for acquiring and keeping only shooters’ powder at a site in relation to which the applicant holds a licence or registration and he also holds a relevant certificate, where no relevant application under the 1968 Act by him is to be determined at the same time£42
(j)Renewal of the above explosives certificate where no relevant application under the 1968 Act by the applicant is to be determined at the same time£18
(k) Replacement of any explosive certificate referred to in entries (a) to (f) if lost£33
(l) Replacement of any explosive certificate referred to in entries (g) to (j) if lost£10

Table 2

The fee for a check carried out for the purposes of regulation 4(6)(d) of the Control of Explosives Regulations 1991 shall be £5

Regulation 11

SCHEDULE 9FEES FOR APPLICATION FOR OR CHANGES TO AN EXPLOSIVES LICENCE UNDER PART IX OF THE DANGEROUS SUBSTANCES IN HARBOUR AREAS REGULATIONS 1987

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Purpose of the applicationFee
Grant of an explosives licence or alteration of the terms of an existing explosives licence£660 plus £122 per hour worked
Change of licence name or address£52

Regulation 13

SCHEDULE 10FEES FOR NOTIFICATIONS AND APPLICATIONS UNDER THE GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS (CONTAINED USE) REGULATIONS 2000

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DescriptionFee
(a) Notification of intention to use premises for the first time for the purpose of undertaking activities involving genetic modification under regulation 9(1)£465
(b) Notification of an activity involving genetic modification in class 2 under regulation 10(1)£929
(c) Notification of the intention to use premises for the first time for the purpose of undertaking activities involving genetic modification under regulation 9(1) at the same time as notification of an activity involving genetic modification in class 2 under regulation 10(1)£929
(d) Notification of an activity involving genetic modification in class 3 under regulation 11(1)£1,007
(e) Notification of the intention to use premises for the first time for the purpose of undertaking activities involving genetic modification under regulation 9(1) at the same time as notification of an activity involving genetic modification in class 3 under regulation 11(1)£1,007
(f) Notification of an activity involving genetic modification in class 4 under regulation 11(1)£1,161
(g) Notification of the intention to use premises for the first time for the purpose of undertaking activities involving genetic modification under regulation 9(1) at the same time as the notification of an activity involving genetic modification in class 4 under regulation 11(1)£1,161
(h) Notification of an activity involving genetic modification of organisms other than micro-organisms under regulation 12(1)£929
(i) Notification of the intention to use premises for the first time for the purpose of undertaking activities involving genetic modification under regulation 9(1) at the same time as notification of an activity involving genetic modification of organisms other than micro-organisms under regulation 12(1)£929
(j) Notification of additional information under regulation 15(3)£696
(k) Application for the written agreement of the competent authority under regulation 18(2) where the application is made after a notification has been submitted pursuant to regulation 9(1), 10(1), 11(1) or 12(1)£696

Regulation 14

SCHEDULE 11FEES FOR NOTIFICATIONS AND APPLICATIONS UNDER THE NOTIFICATION OF NEW SUBSTANCES REGULATIONS 1993

Table 1

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Subject matterFee payable
For the evaluation of a notification under regulation 4 (“base set”) of a substance not already notified under the 1993 Regulations or to a competent authority of a Member State for the purposes of the Directive£4,987

For the evaluation of a notification under regulation 4 of a substance already notified—

(i)

under that regulation,

(ii)

regulation 4(1) of the 1982 Regulations, or

(iii)

to a competent authority of a member state, other than the competent authority for Great Britain, for the purposes of either Article 6(1) of the predecessor Directive or Article 7 of the Directive,

and either regulation 11 of the 1993 Regulations applies or the agreement of the competent authority for Great Britain has been obtained pursuant to regulation 13(1) of the 1993 Regulations

£2,374
For the evaluation of information provided for the purposes of regulation 5(1)(a) (> 10 tonnes per year)£2,619
For the evaluation of information provided for the purposes of regulation 5(1)(b) (> 100 tonnes per year)£5,154
For the evaluation of information provided for the purposes of regulation 5(1)(c) (> 1000 tonnes per year)£3,613

For the evaluation of a notification under regulation 6, subject to the entry below relating to an evaluation of a notification in respect of an RTP polymer—

(a)

quantity of the new substance equal to or more than 100 kg (regulation 6(1))

£1,614
(b)

quantity of the new substance equal to or more than 10kg but less than 100 kg (regulation 6(2))

£1,014
For the evaluation of a notification (whether made under regulation 6(1) or 6(2), as the case may be,) in respect of an RTP polymer of an amount equal to or more than 10 kg per annum but less than one tonne per annum or the total amount is equal to or more than 500 kg but less than 5 tonnes£1,614
For the evaluation of information provided under regulation 6(4)(d)(i) in respect of a substance for the purposes of process-orientated research and development£646
For an application made by a notifier for an exemption relating to him under regulation 23£2,619

Table 2

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Circumstances describedFee payable
Where, in the opinion of the Executive, an adequate risk assessment has not been included with a notification under regulation 4 (“base set”)£2,393 (plus VAT)
Where, in the opinion of the Executive, an adequate risk assessment has not been included with a notification under regulation 6—
(a)

quantity of the new substance equal to or more than 100 kg (regulation 6(1))

£578 (plus VAT)
(b)

quantity of the new substance equal to or more than 10 kg but less than 100 kg (regulation 6(2))

£578 (plus VAT)

Regulation 15

SCHEDULE 12FEES PAYABLE IN RESPECT OF OFFSHORE INSTALLATIONS

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FunctionPerson by whom fee is payable
Assessing a design notification (sent to the Executive pursuant to regulation 6(1) or 9(1) of the 2005 Regulations) for the purpose of deciding whether to raise matters relating to health and safety and raising such mattersThe operator or owner who sent the design notification to the Executive pursuant to that provision
Assessing a relocation notification (sent to the Executive pursuant to regulation 6(2) of the 2005 Regulations) for the purpose of deciding whether to raise matters relating to health and safety and raising such mattersThe operator who sent the relocation notification to the Executive pursuant to that provision
Assessing a safety case or a revision to a current safety case (sent to the Executive pursuant to any provision of the 2005 Regulations) for the purpose of deciding whether to accept that safety case or revision and accepting any such safety case or revisionThe operator or owner who sent the safety case or revision to the Executive pursuant to that provision
Providing advice with respect to the preparation of a safety case or a revision to a current safety case which is proposed to be sent to the Executive pursuant to any provision of the 2005 RegulationsThe operator or owner who has requested that advice
Assessing whether to grant an exemption pursuant to regulation 23 of the 2005 Regulations and granting any such exemptionThe operator or owner who has requested the exemption
Assessing whether to grant an exemption pursuant to regulation 17 of the 1992 Regulations in so far as that regulation is continued in force by regulation 26(1) of the 2005 Regulations and granting any such exemptionThe operator or owner who has requested the exemption

Regulation 16

SCHEDULE 13FEES PAYABLE IN RESPECT OF GAS SAFETY FUNCTIONS

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FunctionPerson by whom fee is payable
Assessing a safety case or a revision of a safety case (sent to the Executive pursuant to any provision of the 1996 Regulations) for the purpose of deciding whether to accept that safety case or revision, and accepting any such safety case or revisionThe person conveying gas, the person intending to convey gas or the network emergency co-ordinator who has prepared the safety case or revision pursuant to that provision
Providing advice with respect to the preparation of a safety case or revision to a safety case which is proposed to be sent to the Executive pursuant to any provision of the 1996 RegulationsThe person conveying gas, the person intending to convey gas or the network co-ordinator who has requested that advice
Assessing whether to grant an exemption pursuant to regulation 11 of the 1996 RegulationsThe operator or owner who has requested the exemption

Regulation 17

SCHEDULE 14FEES PAYABLE IN RELATION TO NUCLEAR ASSESSMENTS, DESIGN PROPOSALS AND POTENTIAL NUCLEAR SITE APPLICATIONS UNDER SECTION 1(1) OF THE 1965 ACT

Table 1

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Statutory provisionPurpose of the workPerson by whom the fee is payable

a) Section 11(1), (4)(a) and (6) of the 1974 Act

b) Section 11(6) of the 1974 Act and sections 1(1) and 3 of the 1965 Act.

Preparing an assessment agreementThe person who has requested the assessment of the design proposal
Assessing a design proposal

Table 2

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Statutory ProvisionPurpose of the workPerson by whom the fee is payable
Section 11(6) of the 1974 Act and sections 1(1) and 3 of the 1965 ActProviding advice to a potential applicant for a licence under section 1(1) of the 1965 Act on any matter relating to a potential application for a licenceThe person who has requested the advice

Regulation 19

SCHEDULE 15FEES FOR APPLICATIONS FOR APPROVALS UNDER THE HEALTH AND SAFETY (FIRST-AID) REGULATIONS 1981

Table 1

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Fee for an original approvalFee for an additional site-visitFee for renewal of approval
£1,350£485£95

Table 2

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Fee for an initial site- visitFee for any additional site-visitFee for a site-visit to investigate a complaintFee for a cancelled site-visit
£535£485£535£535

Regulation 20

SCHEDULE 16FEES FOR APPLICATIONS FOR APPROVALS UNDER THE OFFSHORE INSTALLATIONS AND PIPELINES WORKS (FIRST-AID) REGULATIONS 1989

Table 1

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Fee for an original approval of first-aid trainingFee for an original approval of medical trainingFee for renewal of approval of first-aid trainingFee for renewal of approval of medical training
£1,350£1,980£95£95

Table 2

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Fee for an additional site-visit relating to first-aid trainingFee for an additional site-visit relating to medical training
£485£1,280

Table 3

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Fee for an initial site-visit relating to first-aid trainingFee for an initial site-visit relating to medical trainingFee for any additional site-visit relating to first-aid trainingFee for any additional site-visit relating to medical training
£535£1,280£485£1,280

Table 4

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Fee for a site-visit to investigate a complaintFee for a cancelled site-visit relating to first-aid trainingFee for a cancelled site-visit relating to medical training
£535£535The reasonable cost to the Executive due to the cancellation
(1)

1875 c.17. Section 40 was repealed by S.I. 2005/1082. By virtue of regulation 27(17) of that S.I., despite the repeal of section 40, paragraph (9) of that section (as it had effect before the commencement of Schedule 4 to S.I. 1993/2714) continues to apply to acetylene as it applied before the commencement of S.I. 2005/1082.

(3)

1928 c.32; there are other amending instruments but none is relevant

(4)

1936 c.27 relevant amending instruments are S.I. 1974/1942 and 1987/52

(5)

S.R. & O. 1937/54; relevant amending instruments are S.R. & O. 1947/805 and S.I. 1974/1885, 1984/510 and 2005/1082.

(7)

S.I. 1983/1140, amended by S.I. 2004/568 and 2005/1082; there are other amending instruments, but none is relevant.

(8)

S.I. 1991/1531, to which there are amendments not relevant to these Regulations.

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