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Regulation 3(1)

SCHEDULE 1AMENDMENTS

The Control of Explosives Regulations 1991

1.  (1)  The Control of Explosives Regulations 1991 are amended as follows.

(2) In regulation 2 —

(a)in paragraph (1), for the definition of “chief officer of police”, substitute —

“chief officer of police”—

(a)

in relation to England and Wales, has the same meaning as in section 101(1) of the Police Act 1996(1); and

(b)

in relation to Scotland, means the person appointed to the office of chief constable pursuant to section 4 of the Police (Scotland) Act 1967(2);;

(b)after paragraph (8) insert —

(8A) The performance of any function given to the chief officer of police under these Regulations may be delegated by him, to such an extent and subject to such conditions as he may specify —

(a)to a member of the police force in respect of which he is the chief officer of police;

(b)to a person employed to assist that police force as mentioned in section 15 of the Police Act 1996 (civilian employees); or

(c)to a person employed or appointed in relation to that police force as mentioned in section 9 of the Police (Scotland) Act 1967 (civilian employees),

and any such delegation shall be made in writing by that chief officer of police.; and

(c)after paragraph (9), insert —

(10) Any reference in the definitions in this regulation of “desensitised explosive”, “explosive substance” or “substance” to, as the case may be, liquid, gas, gaseous form or vapour means, respectively, liquid, gas, gaseous form or vapour at normal atmospheric temperature and pressure..

(3) In regulation 3, for sub-paragraph (c) of paragraph (3), substitute —

(c)a person —

(i)employed to assist that police force as mentioned in section 15 of the Police Act 1996 (civilian employees); or

(ii)employed or appointed in relation to that police force as mentioned in section 9 of the Police (Scotland) Act 1967 (civilian employees),

who, in either case, is duly authorised in writing by the chief officer of police for the relevant police area; or.

(4) Omit regulation 4(10).

(5) In regulation 5(3) —

(a)in sub-paragraph (a), for “3 years” substitute “5 years”; and

(b)omit sub-paragraph (b).

(6) In regulation 14(1) —

(a)omit “10” and “16”; and

(b)for “1989” substitute “2001”.

(7) In regulation 15(2)(a), for “licensed factory or magazine” substitute “site in relation to which the Executive is the licensing authority by virtue of paragraph 1(c) of Schedule 1 to the 2005 Regulations”.

(8) In Schedule 1, under the heading “EXCEPTIONS”, insert “PART 1” and at the end insert —

PART 2

Explosive articles which —

(a)are allocated the U.N. no. 0186, 0272, 0349, 0351 or 0471;

(b)are intended to be used for the propulsion of model rockets or similar articles; and

(c)in respect of each individual explosive article, contain no more than 1 kilogram of explosive.

The Health and Safety (Enforcing Authority) Regulations 1998

2.  (1)  The Health and Safety (Enforcing Authority) Regulations 1998(3) are amended as follows.

(2) In regulation 4 —

(a)in paragraph (8), after “manufacture”, add “and storage”;

(b)in paragraph (9), at the beginning insert “Except as provided in paragraph (9A),”;

(c)after paragraph (9), insert —

(9A) (9A) The Executive shall be the enforcing authority for regulation 25 of the 2005 Regulations for a site in relation to which it has granted a person a licence for the manufacture or storage of explosives under regulation 13 of the 2005 Regulations or registered a person in respect of such storage under regulation 11 of those Regulations.

(9B) A licensing authority shall be the enforcing authority for regulation 3 of the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999(4) in relation to any manufacture or storage of explosives for which it is the enforcing authority by virtue of paragraph (7).;

(d)in paragraph (11), omit “local authority”; and

(e)after paragraph (11), insert —

(12) In paragraph (9) and sub-paragraph (a) of paragraph (10), “local authority” has the same meaning as it is given by regulation 2(1) of the 2005 Regulations..

The Genetically Modified Organisms (Contained Use) Regulations 2000

3.  For paragraph (7) of regulation 24 of the Genetically Modified Organisms (Contained Use) Regulations 2000(5), substitute —

(7) Copies of the register as regards Great Britain shall be maintained at the offices of the Executive at Redgrave Court, Merton Road, Bootle, Merseyside, L20 7HS..

The Manufacture and Storage of Explosives Regulations 2005

4.  (1)  The Manufacture and Storage of Explosives Regulations 2005(6) are amended as follows.

(2) In regulation 2 —

(a)in paragraph (1), in the definition of “registration”, after “regulation 11” insert “and includes a varied registration”; and

(b)in paragraph (9), omit the words from “and includes” to the end.

(3) For sub-paragraph (f) of regulation 3(2), substitute —

(f)the storage of explosives below ground at a mine, where the explosives are for use at that mine for the getting of minerals or ensuring the safety of the mine..

(4) In regulation 5 —

(a)for paragraph (2), substitute —

(2) Paragraph (1) shall not apply to —

(a)desensitised explosives; or

(b)explosives which are stored under a licence granted by the Executive in cases —

(i)where the assent of the local authority was required pursuant to regulation 13(3); or

(ii)where that assent was not required by virtue of regulation 13(4)(c), (e) or (f);;

(b)in paragraph (3) —

(i)for “sub-paragraph (b)”, substitute “sub-paragraphs (b) and (d)”;

(ii)after sub-paragraph (a), insert —

(aa)a combined total of 5 kilograms of shooters’ powder and model rocket motors; ;

(iii)for sub-paragraph (d)(i), substitute —

(i)4 kilograms of explosive kept for operational purposes, including ordnance disposal and the training of dogs for the detection of explosives; or; and

(iv)in subparagraph (d)(ii), insert “solely” after “kept”;

(c)in paragraph (6), after “applies” insert “or a case to which that paragraph does not apply by virtue of regulation 13(4)(f)”; and

(d)after paragraph (7), insert —

(8) In this regulation, “model rocket motors” means explosive articles which —

(a)are allocated the U.N. no. 0186, 0272, 0349, 0351 or 0471;

(b)are intended to be used for the propulsion of model rockets or similar articles; and

(c)in respect of each individual explosive article, contain no more than 1 kilogram of explosive..

(5) In regulation 7, for “between the age of 16 years and” substitute “under”.

(6) In regulation 9(2)(j), omit “terms and”.

(7) In regulation 10 —

(a)in paragraph (2)(e) and (f), before “days” wherever it appears insert “consecutive”;

(b)for paragraph (2)(h), substitute —

(h)the storage of explosives by a company which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of another company at a site in relation to which that other company holds —

(i)a registration, or

(ii)a licence to store explosives,

and that storage by the wholly-owned subsidiary is in accordance with any term of that registration or condition of that licence.; and

(c)in paragraph (3) —

(i)in sub-paragraph (a), omit “and” at the end;

(ii)in sub-paragraph (b), omit “or explosive articles” and at the end add “and”; and

(iii)after sub-paragraph (b), insert —

(c)in sub-paragraphs (e) and (f), Christmas Day, Good Friday and, to the extent they are not the same as those, any day which under the Banking and Financial Dealings Act 1971(7) is a bank holiday shall not be included for the purposes of determining the period of days referred to in those sub-paragraphs..

(8) In regulation 11 —

(a)for paragraph (4), substitute —

(4) A registration, not being a renewal of a registration, granted by a licensing authority which is a local authority shall remain in force for such period not exceeding two years as the licensing authority determines.

(4A) A registration, not being a renewal of a registration, granted by a licensing authority which is a chief officer of police or the Executive shall remain in force for such period not exceeding five years as that licensing authority determines, save that, where the applicant for registration has been granted an explosives certificate, the registration shall remain in force for any period not exceeding the due expiry date of that explosives certificate.;

(b)in paragraph (5), omit “the exceptions listed in”;

(c)in paragraph (7), after “manufacture of explosives” insert “, other than manufacture not requiring a licence by virtue of regulation 9(2),”;

(d)in paragraph (8), omit “or explosive articles”; and

(e)for paragraph (9), substitute —

(9) A renewal of registration granted by a licensing authority which is a local authority shall remain in force for such period not exceeding one year as the licensing authority determines.

(9A) A renewal of a registration granted by a licensing authority which is a chief officer of police or the Executive shall remain in force for such period not exceeding five years as that licensing authority determines, save that, where the applicant for registration has been granted an explosives certificate, the registration shall remain in force for any period not exceeding the due expiry date of that explosives certificate..

(9) In regulation 13 —

(a)for paragraph (1), substitute —

(1) A licence, not being a renewal of a licence, may be granted —

(a)where the licensing authority is a local authority, for such period not exceeding two years as the licensing authority determines;

(b)where the licensing authority is a chief officer of police or the Executive, for such period not exceeding five years as that licensing authority determines, save that, where the applicant for the licence has been granted an explosives certificate, the licence may be granted for any period not exceeding the due expiry date of that explosives certificate; or

(c)for any period or without a time limit in a case —

(i)to which paragraph (3) applies; or

(ii)to which paragraph (3) does not apply by virtue of paragraph (4)(e) or (f); or

(iii)where the licence application relates only to the manufacture of ammonium nitrate blasting intermediate.;

(b)in paragraph (4) —

(i)in sub-paragraph (c), omit “or” at the end; and

(ii)at the end of sub-paragraph (d), insert —

(e)to an application for a licence which is to follow, without a gap in time, a previous licence granted to follow, without a gap in time, a deemed licence for the purposes of regulation 27(3); or

(f)to an application for a licence relating to the manufacture of explosives by a police force maintained pursuant to section 2 of the Police Act 1996(8) for their operational purposes or the training of members of that police force in relation to those purposes.;

(c)in paragraph (5), after “licence shall”, insert “include conditions which”;

(d)in paragraph (6), after “paragraph (3)” insert “or in cases where that assent was not required by virtue of paragraph (4)(c), (e) or (f)”; and

(e)for paragraph (9), substitute —

(9) A renewal of a licence may be granted —

(a)where the licensing authority is a local authority, for such period not exceeding two years as the licensing authority determines;

(b)where the licensing authority is a chief officer of police or the Executive, for such period not exceeding five years as that licensing authority determines, save that, where the applicant for the licence has been granted an explosives certificate, the licence may be granted for any period not exceeding the due expiry date of that explosives certificate; or

(c)for any period or without a time limit in a case —

(i)where paragraph (3) applied to the application for the original licence; or

(ii)where paragraph (3) did not apply to the application for the original licence by virtue of paragraph (4)(e) or (f); or

(iii)where the application for the original licence related only to the manufacture of ammonium nitrate blasting intermediate..

(10) In regulation 16 —

(a)in paragraph (1)(b), after “13(3)” insert “, or in cases where that assent was not required by virtue of regulation 13(4)(e) or (f),”; and

(b)after paragraph (2), insert —

(2A) The licensing authority which grants a registration may vary it —

(a)where there has been a change of circumstances such that the separation distances can no longer be maintained and a consequent reduction in the amount of explosives that may be stored is required so as to reduce that amount to a quantity specified by the licensing authority which is below the maximum amount referred to in regulation 11(1) for the kind or kinds of explosives concerned;

(b)so as to change the period for which the registration is in force; and

(c)in relation to any of the matters it relates to, by agreement with the person registered.

(2B) A registration may be varied on the grounds referred to in paragraph (2A)(a) and (b) without the agreement of the person who is registered, subject to regulation 18..

(11) In regulation 17, at the end of paragraph (1)(b), insert “or”.

(12) In regulation 18 —

(a)for sub-paragraph (a) of paragraph (1), substitute —

(a)refuse an application for —

(i)a licence or registration;

(ii)a renewal of a licence or registration; or

(iii)a transfer of a licence or registration;;

(b)in sub-paragraph (b) of paragraph (1) —

(i)after “licence” insert “or registration”; and

(ii)after “licensee” insert “or registered person”;

(c)for sub-paragraph (a) of paragraph (3), substitute —

(a)refuse an application for —

(i)a licence or registration;

(ii)a renewal of a licence or registration; or

(iii)a transfer of a licence or registration;;

(d)in sub-paragraph (b) of paragraph (3) —

(i)after “licence” insert “or registration”; and

(ii)after “licensee” insert “or registered person”; and

(e)in paragraph (4) —

(i)after “varies a licence” insert “or registration”; and

(ii)after “licensee” insert “or registered person”.

(13) For regulation 19 and the chapeau to that regulation, substitute —

Appeal against decisions concerning registrations

19.  A person may appeal to the Secretary of State against a decision of a licensing authority —

(a)refusing to register him, to renew his registration or to transfer to him a registration held by another;

(b)issuing him with a registration subject to a term which aggrieves him;

(c)varying a registration without his agreement to the variation or refusing to vary a term of his registration; or

(d)revoking his registration,

and the provisions of section 44(2) to (6) of the 1974 Act(9) (appeals in connection with licensing provisions) shall apply in respect of any such appeal..

(14) For regulation 20, substitute —

20.  (1)  A licence or registration may be transferred in writing by the licensing authority which issued the licence or registration, to any other person who wishes to manufacture or store explosives in place of the licensee or the person who is registered and who applies to the licensing authority for the transfer.

(2) A licensing authority shall grant an application for a transfer of a licence or registration unless it is of the opinion that the applicant is not a fit person —

(a)to store explosives, in the case of an application to transfer a registration or a licence to store explosives; or

(b)to manufacture explosives, in the case of an application to transfer a licence to do so.

(3) Where a licensing authority is of an opinion referred to in sub-paragraph (a) or (b) of paragraph (2), it shall, subject to regulation 18, refuse the application to transfer the licence or registration, as the case may be..

(15) In regulation 21(1) —

(a)for “terms”, substitute “conditions”;

(b)for “or registration” where it first appears, substitute “or the terms of his registration”;

(c)in sub-paragraph (a), for “28 days from”, substitute “a period of 60 days starting with the date of” and omit “or” at the end;

(d)in sub-paragraph (b), at the end insert “or”; and

(e)after sub-paragraph (b), insert —

(c)the transfer of, or a refusal to transfer, a licence or registration,.

(16) After regulation 25, insert —

Information as to net mass of pyrotechnic articles

25A.  Where the manufacturer, importer or supplier of a pyrotechnic article specifies its net mass of explosive on the pyrotechnic article, its packaging or in a document accompanying the pyrotechnic article, he shall ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, that the net mass of the explosive in that pyrotechnic article does not exceed the amount he so specifies on, as the case may be, the pyrotechnic article, the packaging or that document..

(17) Regulation 27(18) is revoked.

(18) In Schedule 1 —

(a)in paragraph 1, in sub-paragraph (a)(iii), for “at a mine” substitute “on the surface at a mine, whether in a building or not,”; and

(b)in paragraph 3, after “the same site” insert “and requires a licence for that manufacture and for that storage”.

(19) In Schedule 4 —

(a)for paragraph 2(g), substitute —

(g)where separation distances are required by regulation 5 or a condition of the licence to be maintained around the store or the building where explosives are manufactured, a plan in a suitable scale sufficient to show those separation distances;;

(b)in paragraph 3, for “paragraph 7” substitute “paragraphs 7 and 7A”;

(c)in paragraph 4 —

(i)for “paragraph 7”, substitute “paragraphs 7 and 7A”; and

(ii)omit “only” in both places where it appears; and

(d)after paragraph 7, insert —

7A.  The requirements of paragraphs 3 and 4 shall not apply where the information referred to in paragraph 2 is in respect of a licensed site in relation to which regulation 13(3) did not apply to the licence application for that site by virtue of regulation 13(4)(f)..

The Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005

5.  At the end of paragraph (4) of regulation 7 of the Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005(10), add —

and shall comply with any requirement of the Personal Protective Equipment Regulations 2002(11) which is applicable to them..

Regulation 3(2)

SCHEDULE 2REVOCATIONS

Title of instrumentReference
The Rotherham Main Mine (Employment Below Ground) Special Regulations 1957S.I. 1957/331
The Newman Spinney Mine (Electricity) Special Regulations 1958S.I. 1958/1168
The Loch Aline Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1958S.I. 1958/1678
The Sandwith Anhydrite Mine (Electricity) Special Regulations 1959S.I. 1959/141
The Subwealden Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1959S.I. 1959/1011
The Middleton-by-Wirksworth Limestone Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1959S.I. 1959/1520
The Linby Mine (Refuge Holes) Special Regulations 1960S.I. 1960/132
The Parsonage Mine (Refuge Holes) Special Regulations 1960S.I. 1960/133
The Sandwith Anhydrite Mine (Explosives) Special Regulations 1960S.I. 1960/718
The Billingham Mine (Explosives) Special Regulations 1960S.I. 1960/724
The Riber Mine (Explosives) Special Regulations 1960S.I. 1960/1118
The Woodside Nos. 2 & 3 Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1960S.I. 1960/1291
The Moorgreen (Waterloo) Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1960S.I. 1960/2347
The Bestwood Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1961S.I. 1961/241
The Bates Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1961S.I. 1961/1273
The Hartley Bank Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1961S.I. 1961/1973
The Sandwith Anhydrite Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1961S.I. 1961/2305
The Grimethorpe Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1961S.I. 1961/2444
The Lynemouth Mine (Diesel Vehicles and Storage Battery Vehicles) Special Regulations 1961S.I. 1961/2445
The Dollar Nos. 4 and 5 Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1962S.I. 1962/13
The Lingdale Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1962S.I. 1962/49
The Golborne Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1962S.I. 1962/617
The Usworth Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1962S.I. 1962/719
The Lea Hall Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1962S.I. 1962/735
The North Skelton Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1962S.I. 1962/763
The Calverton Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1962S.I. 1962/931
The New Stamphill Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1962S.I. 1962/1002
The Coppice Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1962S.I. 1962/1020
The Brightling Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1962S.I. 1962 1094
The Horden Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1962S.I. 1962/1096
The Sutton Manor Mine (Steam Boilers) Special Regulations 1962S.I. 1962/1286
The Easington Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1962S.I. 1962/1676
The Boldon Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1962S.I. 1962/1729
The Harton Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1962S.I. 1962/1730
The Heworth Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1962S.I. 1962/1731
The Wardley Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1962S.I. 1962/1732
The Washington “F” Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1962S.I. 1962/1733
The Rufford Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1962S.I. 1962/2059
The Trelewis Drift Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1962S.I. 1962/2114
The Wharncliffe Woodmoor 4 and 5 Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1962S.I. 1962/2193
The Seaham Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1962S.I. 1962/2512
The Denby Grange Mine (Refuge Holes) Special Regulations 1962S.I. 1962/2578
The Bold Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1963S.I. 1963/28
The Newstead Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1963S.I. 1963/45
The Dawdon Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1963S.I. 1963/118
The Lambton “D” Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1963S.I. 1963/132
The Herrington Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1963S.I. 1963/353
The Thoresby Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1963S.I. 1963/825
The Mainsforth Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1963S.I. 1963/889
The Cousland No. 2 Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1963S.I. 1963/1035
The Westoe Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1963S.I. 1963/1096
The Ledston Luck Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1963S.I. 1963/1117
The Nostell Mine (Refuge Holes) Special Regulations 1963S.I. 1963/1137
The Hem Heath Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1963S.I. 1963/1197
The Abernant Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1963S.I. 1963/1335
The Skelpie Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1963S.I. 1963/1469
The Blaengwrach New Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1963S.I. 1963/1470
The Albion Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1963S.I. 1963/1536
The Markham Main Mine (Steam Boilers) Special Regulations 1963S.I. 1963/1545
The Silverwood Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1963S.I. 1963/1618
The Fforchaman Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1963S.I. 1963/1778
The Merry Lees Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1964S.I. 1964/239
The Harelawhill Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1964S.I. 1964/378
The Marley Hill Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1964S.I. 1964/379
The Prince of Wales Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1964S.I. 1964/539
The Kellingley Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1964S.I. 1964/567
The Ormonde Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1964S.I. 1964/616
The Eden/South Medomsley Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1964S.I. 1964/660
The Denby Hall Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1964S.I. 1964/669
The Newbiggin Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1964S.I. 1964/899
The Cwmgwili Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1964S.I. 1964/1225
The Ryhope Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1964S.I. 1964/1418
The Wearmouth Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1964S.I. 1964/1476
The Pleasley Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1964S.I. 1964/1614
The Huncoat Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1964S.I. 1964/1952
The Nailstone Mine (Precautions against Inrushes) Special Regulations 1964S.I. 1964/1773
The Blackhall Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1965S.I. 1965/41
The Langley Park Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1965S.I. 1965/272
The Brandon Pit House Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1965S.I. 1965/539
The South Crofty Mine (Locomotives) Special Regulations 1965S.I. 1965/759
The Bevercotes Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1965S.I. 1965/1194
The Fishburn Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1965S.I. 1965/1430
The Stafford Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1965S.I. 1965/1699
The Astley Green Mine (Steam Boilers) Special Regulations 1965S.I. 1965/1915
The Trimdon Grange Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1965S.I. 1965/1997
The East Hetton Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1966S.I. 1966/141
The Dean and Chapter Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1966S.I. 1966/350
The Thorny Bank Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1966S.I. 1966/475
The Cairn Hill Mine (Refuge Holes) Special Regulations 1966S.I. 1966/777
The Arley Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1966S.I. 1966/979
The Sallet Hole Mine (Storage Battery Locomotives) Special Regulations 1966S.I. 1966/1325
The Ellington Mine (Diesel Vehicles and Storage Battery Vehicles) Special Regulations 1967S.I. 1967/956
The Haig Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1967S.I. 1967/1291
The Glebe Mine (Locomotives and Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1967S.I. 1967/1335
The Groverake Mine (Storage Battery Locomotives) Special Regulations 1967S.I. 1967/1545
The Fauld Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1968S.I. 1968/1295
The Brenkley Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1969S.I. 1969/559
The Bagworth Mine (Pass-Byes) (Revocation) Special Regulations 1969S.I. 1969/727
The Lynemouth Mine (Cable Reel Shuttle Cars) Special Regulations 1969S.I. 1969/799
The Ellington Mine (Cable Reel Shuttle Cars) Special Regulations 1969S.I. 1969/800
The Prince of Wales Mine (Captive Rail Diesel Locomotives) Special Regulations 1969S.I. 1969/1377
The Whiteheaps Mine (Storage Battery Locomotives) Special Regulations 1969S.I. 1969/1592
The Blackdene Mine (Storage Battery Locomotives) Special Regulations 1969S.I. 1969/1876
The Bullcliffe Wood Mine (Suspended Chair Haulage Apparatus) Special Regulations 1970S.I. 1970/36
The Aberpergwm Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1970S.I. 1970/613
The Blidworth Mine (Man-riding) (Revocation) Special Regulations 1970S.I. 1970/1122
The New Stubbin Mine (Diesel Vehicles) (Revocation) Special Regulations 1970S.I. 1970/1174
The Creswell Mine (Winding and Haulage) Special Regulations 1970S.I. 1970/1230
The Maltby Main Mine (Methane Gas-Fired Steam Boilers) Special Regulations 1970S.I. 1970/1428
The West Cannock No. 5 Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1971S.I. 1971/28
The Winsford Rock Salt Mine (Diesel Vehicles and Storage Battery Vehicles) Special Regulations 1971S.I. 1971/50
The Lynemouth Mine (Cable Reel Shuttle Cars) (Amendment) Special Regulations 1971S.I. 1971/111
The Ellington Mine (Cable Reel Shuttle Cars) (Amendment) Special Regulations 1971S.I. 1971/139
The Silverwood Mine (Methane Gas-Fired Steam Boilers) Special Regulations 1971S.I. 1971/1325
The Ashington Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1971S.I. 1971/1578
The Littleton Mine (Refuge Holes) Special Regulations 1971S.I. 1971/1703
The Riddings Drift Mine (Rope Hauled Sledge) Special Regulations 1971S.I. 1971/1704
The Cotgrave Mine (Electric Lighting for Cinematography) Special Regulations 1972S.I. 1972/371
The Marblaegis Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1972S.I. 1972/984
The Hatfield/Thorne Mine (Chain Haulage) Special Regulations 1972S.I. 1972/1163
The Easington Mine (Man-riding) (Revocation) Special Regulations 1972S.I. 1972/1179
The Savile Mine (Rope Hauled Sledge) Special Regulations 1972S.I. 1972/1180
The Creswell Mine (Light Water Container Barrier) Special Regulations 1972S.I. 1972/1351
The Vane Tempest Mine (Diesel Vehicles) (Revocation) Special Regulations 1972S.I. 1972/1364
The Vane Tempest Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1972S.I. 1972/1357
The Ledston Luck Mine (Rope Hauled Sledge) Special Regulations 1972S.I. 1972/1389
The Hucknall Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1972S.I. 1972/1630
The Glass Houghton Mine (Rope Hauled Sledge) Special Regulations 1972S.I. 1972/1831
The Bentinck Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1972S.I. 1972/1952
The Newstead Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1972S.I. 1972/2036
The Longriggs Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1973S.I. 1973/371
The Nostell Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1973S.I. 1973/737
The Pye Hill Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1973S.I. 1973/917
The Savile Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1973S.I. 1973/940
The Calverton Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1973S.I. 1973/1003
The Cadley Hill Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1973S.I. 1973/1005
The Annesley Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1973S.I. 1973/1041
The Whitwick Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1973S.I. 1973/1042
The Cotgrave Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1973S.I. 1973/1043
The Linby Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1973S.I. 1973/1044
The Gedling Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1973S.I. 1973/1073
The Babbington Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1973S.I. 1973/1074
The Ash Grove No. 1 Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1973S.I. 1973/1206
The Creswell Mine (Light Water Container Barrier) Special Regulations 1973S.I. 1973/1339
The Bagworth Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1973S.I. 1973/1499
The Rawdon Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1973S.I. 1973/1524
The Moorgreen Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1973S.I. 1973/1633
The Bates Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1973S.I. 1973/1689
The Elsecar Main Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1974S.I. 1974/710
The Cynheidre/Pentremawr (Escape Breathing Apparatus) Special Regulations 1974S.I. 1974/1101
The Bilsthorpe Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1974S.I. 1974/1176
The Rixey Park Mine (Storage Battery Locomotives) Special Regulations 1974S.I. 1974/1866
The Collins Green Mine (Employment Below Ground) Special Regulations 1974S.I. 1974/1917
The Desford Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1974S.I. 1974/1963
The Silverdale Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1974S.I. 1974/2049
The Whitwick Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1974S.I. 1974/2112
The Markham Main Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1974S.I. 1974/2198
The Frickley/South Elmsall Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1974S.I. 1974/2199
The Ellistown Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1974S.I. 1974/2200
The Hatfield/Thorne Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1974S.I. 1974/2201
The Santon Main Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1974S.I. 1974/2217
The Askern Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1974S.I. 1974/2218
The Kellingley Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1974S.I. 1974/2219
The Measham Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1974S.I. 1974/2220
The Kiveton Park Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1974S.I. 1974/2224
The Shilbottle Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1975S.I. 1975/1078
The Baddesley Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/27
The Birch Coppice Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/28
The High Moor Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/43
The Warsop Main Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/44
The Snibston Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/82
The Monktonhall Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/479
The Snibston Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/480
The Bogside Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/482
The Polkemmet Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/483
The Arkwright Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/484
The Bolsolver Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/485
The Shirebrook Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/486
The Westthorpe Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/487
The Daw Mill Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/556
The Whitwell Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/967
The Seafield Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/1445
The Solsgirth Nos. 1 & 2 Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/1607
The Killoch Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/1608
The Bilston Glen Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/1609
The New Hucknall Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Special Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/1610
The Cardowan Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/1612
The Yorkshire Main Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/1654
The Frances Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/1655
The High Moor Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/1733
The Markham Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/1734
The Blackdene Mine (Storage Battery Locomotives) Special Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/1827
The Bentinck Mine (Diesel Engined Stone Dusting Machine) Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/2046
The High Moor Mine (Cable Reel Shuttle Cars) Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/2052
The Bentley Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Regulations 1977S.I. 1977/203
The Murton Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Regulations 1977S.I. 1977/225
The Donisthorpe Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Regulations 1977S.I. 1977/243
The Rossington Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Regulations 1977S.I. 1977/483
The Goldthorpe/Highgate Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Regulations 1977S.I. 1977/658
The Ireland Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Regulations 1977S.I. 1977/735
The Dinnington Main Mine (Revocation of Special Regulations) Regulations 1977S.I. 1977/737
The Blaenserchan Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Regulations 1977S.I. 1977/917
The Parsonage Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Regulations 1977S.I. 1977/1593
The Hapton Valley Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Regulations 1977S.I. 1977/1696
The Treeton Mine (Refuge Holes) Special Regulations 1977S.I. 1977/1758
The Golborne Mine (Endless Rope Haulage) Regulations 1977S.I. 1977/1855
The Cynheidre/Pentremawr Mine (Escape Breathing Apparatus) (Amendment) Regulations 1977S.I. 1977/2036
The Cwmgwili Mine (Escape Breathing Apparatus) Regulations 1977S.I. 1977/2106
The Gascoigne Wood Mine (Refuge Holes) Regulations 1978S.I. 1978/33
The Thoresby Mine (Cable Reel Load-Haul-Dump Vehicles) Regulations 1978S.I. 1978/119
The Sallet Hole Nos. 1 & 2 Mines (Diesel Vehicles) Regulations 1978S.I. 1978/761
The Trelewis Drift Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Regulations 1978S.I. 1978/1376
The High Moor Mine (Cable Reel Load-Haul-Dump Vehicles) Regulations 1979S.I. 1979/1293
The Boulby Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Regulations 1979S.I. 1979/1532
The Whitwell Mine (Teleplatform Haulage and Refuge Holes) Regulations 1979S.I. 1979/1769
The Sallet Hole No. 2 Mine (Storage Battery Locomotives) Special Regulations 1980S.I. 1980/1203
The Harworth Mine (Cable Reel Load-Haul-Dump Vehicles) Regulations 1980S.I. 1980/1474
The Point of Ayr Mine (Diesel Vehicles) Regulations 1980S.I. 1980/1705
The Glebe Mine (Locomotives and Diesel Vehicles) Special Regulations 1981S.I. 1981/1502
The Mines (Endless Rope Haulage) Regulations 1983S.I. 1983/711
The Point of Ayr and Cadley Hill Mines (Drift) Regulations 1983S.I. 1983/712
The Houghton Main Mine (Steam Boilers) Regulations 1983S.I. 1983/1360
The Kellingley Mine (Steam Boilers) Regulations 1985S.I. 1985/1162
The Gascoigne Wood Mine (Refuge Platforms) Regulations 1985S.I. 1985/1262
(1)

1996 c.16; section 15 is amended by the Greater London Authority Act 1999 (c. 29), section 325 and Schedule 27, paragraph 74(1) and (4) and the Police and Justice Act 2006 (c. 48), sections 2 and 52 and Schedule 2, paragraph 16(1) to (3) and Schedule 15, Part 1(B).

(2)

1967 c.77; section 4(3) is repealed by the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973 (c. 65), sections 146(4), 237(1) and Schedule 29; section 9 is amended by the Police and Magistrates’ Courts Act 1994 (c.29), section 49, the Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 7), section 76(1), (2)(a) to (c), (2)(d)(i) and (ii) and SSI 2005/465.

(3)

S.I 1998/494, amended by S.I. 2005/1082 and 2007/2598; there are other amending instruments but none is relevant.

(4)

S.I. 1999/3242, to which there are amendments not relevant to these Regulations.

(5)

S.I. 2000/2831, to which there are amendments not relevant to these Regulations.

(9)

1974 c.37; section 44 is amended by the Employment Protection Act 1975 (c. 71), sections 116 and 125(3), Schedule 15, paragraph 13 and Schedule 18 and the Tribunals and Inquiries Act 1992 (c. 53), section 18(1) and Schedule 3, paragraph 9.

(11)

S.I. 2002/1144, to which there are amendments not relevant to these Regulations.

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