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Text consolidated by Tulkošanas un terminoloģijas centrs (Translation and Terminology Centre) with amending regulations of:

10 September 2002 (No. 413);
10 May 2005 (No. 325.

If a whole or part of a paragraph has been amended, the date of the amending regulation appears in square brackets at the end of the paragraph. If a whole paragraph or sub-paragraph has been deleted, the date of the deletion appears in square brackets beside the deleted paragraph or sub-paragraph.


Republic of Latvia

Cabinet
Regulation No. 74
Adopted 20 February 2001

Requirements for Technological Equipment of Petrol Stations and Procedures of Technical Supervision of the Equipment

Issued pursuant to Section 7, Paragraph one of the Law On Conformity Assessment
and Section 3, Paragraph two
of the Law On Technical Supervision of Hazardous Equipment

I. General Provisions

1. These Regulations prescribe the essential requirements to be observed in organising and carrying out operations with the technological equipment of petrol stations (tanks, pipes, fuelling installations and the equipment thereof) the total tank capacity of which exceeds 2.5 m3 and which are intended for refilling the fuel tanks of vehicles (also small size vessels - motorboats, jet-skis, cutters and yachts), as well as the procedures for the technical supervision of such equipment in order not to pose a threat to human life, health and property, as well as the environment.

[10 May 2005]

2. These Regulations do not apply to the technological equipment at gas filling stations and oil terminals.

3. [10 May 2005]

4. An accredited authority regarding which the Ministry of Economics has published a notice in the newspaper Latvijas Vēstnesis [the official Gazette of the Government of Latvia] (hereinafter - inspection authority) is entitled to perform technical inspections of the technological equipment of petrol stations (hereinafter - station), if such authority:

4.1. is accredited in the Latvian National Accreditation Bureau in accordance with the criteria specified in the standard LVS-EN ISO/IEC 17020:2005 Galvenie kritēriji dažāda veida institūcijām, kas veic inspekciju [General criteria for the operation of various types of bodies performing inspection] and with these Regulations; and

4.2. has insured the civil liability thereof in such an amount as to cover the possible losses, which may be caused due to a faulty or false opinion and which have been calculated in the risk assessment of the activity area of the authority in co-operation with an insurer chosen by the authority.

[10 May 2005]

5. The Latvian National Accreditation Bureau shall evaluate and examine on a regular basis the compliance of the competence of an authority with the requirements referred to in Paragraph 4 of these Regulations.

[10 May 2005]

6. The Ministry of Economics, in co-operation with the relevant technical committee for standardisation, shall recommend to the State limited liability company Latvijas standarts [Latvian Standard] a list of standards to be developed, adapted and applied in relation to these Regulations.

[10 May 2005]

7. The limited liability company Latvijas standarts [Latvian Standard] shall submit for publication in the newspaper Latvijas Vēstnesis a list of such Latvian national standards which may be applied to fulfil the requirements of these Regulations (hereinafter - applicable standards).

[10 September 2002; 10 May 2005]

II. General Requirements for the Use of the Technological Equipment of Stations

8. It is allowed to use only such technological equipment of stations which the State Labour Inspection has registered in accordance with the procedures specified in the 4 April 2000 Cabinet Regulation No.129, Procedures for the Registration of Hazardous Equipment, and has issued a permit for use.

9. In order to use the technological equipment of a station, as well as to carry out adequate maintenance, conformity assessment, repairs, periodic examinations and measures in emergency situations (also the environmental protection measures), the technological equipment of a station shall require the following documentation in the official language:

9.1. a technical passport. Such passport shall be prepared by the possessor of the technological equipment and at least the following information shall be included therein:

9.1.1. the diagrams of the technological equipment of the station, in which the layout of tanks, pipes, fuelling installations, the equipment thereof and the closing fittings, as well as descriptions of such diagrams, in which the service life of the station tanks and fuelling installations and the nominal capacity of each tank have been indicated;

9.1.2. electrical diagrams, in which electrical energy consumers, devices and an electric line layout are indicated; and

9.1.3. the documentation for petrol tank use; and

9.2. a conformity declaration. The manufacturer of the technological equipment of the station shall prepare such declaration;

9.3. an operation log-book of the station; and

9.4. the protocols issued by the inspection authority.

[10 May 2005]

10. Taking into account the manufacture and use conditions of a station and the instructions of the manufacturer of the technological equipment, the manufacturer of the station shall determine the permissible service life (resource) for the basic devices of the technological equipment - tanks, pipes and fuelling installations.

11. [10 May 2005]

12. The technological equipment of a station shall be fitted with an earthing grid for the protection of the electrical equipment from static electricity, as well as from a direct or secondary exposure to lightning. All the earthing connections not easily accessible shall be welded. The earthing leak resistance may not exceed the following values: for electrical equipment - 4 ohms, for the protection from static electricity - 10 ohms and for the protection from lightning - 25 ohms.

13. Places where fuel is received from road tankers shall be fitted with installations for the earthing of road tankers.

14. The electrical equipment and wiring shall comply with the requirements of regulatory enactments by design, execution, layout and technical condition. It shall be clearly indicated on the power and lighting cable switches which equipment or installation the relevant switch turns on or off.

15. A station shall be equipped with communication facilities, as well as lighting shall be installed in accordance with the requirements of Latvian Construction Standards. An automatic station shall be equipped with communication facilities, which ensure the alert notification in emergency situations.

[10 September 2002].

16. A possessor of a station shall stop the operation of the station technological equipment if an inspection authority determines and confirms that the technological equipment does not comply with the requirements specified by these Regulations or other regulatory enactments regarding the technical supervision of hazardous equipment and if, during the use of the technological equipment, the fractures, deformation or other technical defects, which pose a threat to human life, health and the environment, have been detected.

[10 May 2005]

17. [10 May 2005]

III. Safety Requirements for Station Tanks

18. The construction of tanks shall ensure that a tank bears mechanical (for example, hydrostatic pressure of fuel, overpressure, vacuum, which arise during the pumping of fuel due to temperature fluctuations), thermal and chemical loads and should be hermetic to fuel and vapour thereof, as well as to the liquid of a leak detector if a tank has double walls. The dividing walls of a split-compartment tank shall ensure the hermetic condition of each compartment.

19. The external wall of a double-walled tank shall be firmly connected to the internal (supporting) wall, which shall be fitted with a leak detector.

20. The external walls of a tank shall be coated with an anti-corrosion coating, which ensures the protection against corrosion until the end of the service life of the tank.

21. Each tank shall be fitted with all the equipment provided for in a construction project of a station.

22. An access pit shall be constructed above each maintenance hatch of an underground tank in order to disconnect the tank from pipes, as well as to perform the internal inspection and repair thereof.

23. Tank access pits may not generate or transfer to the tank, the equipment and pipes thereof the loads, which may cause damages to the constructions, equipment or the anti-corrosion coating.

24. Fuel or the vapour thereof the concentration of which in the oxidising environment (air) is greater than the minimum may not be present in the tank access pits because, when activating an ignition source, an explosion is possible in a compound (hereinafter - lower flammable limit), as well as water, garbage and other foreign objects.

25. The layout of a tank fill pipe shall ensure the fuel flow into the tank below the fuel level.

26. Elements of a fuel level gauge vent, which may possibly come into contact with a measuring tape or a dipstick during the fuel level measuring shall be manufactured from a material that does not spark.

27. A fuel level gauge vent and a vent of the fuel discharge pipe shall be hermetically sealable.

28. Tank hatches and bolts, which are located above 1.5 m, shall have a maintenance area, fencing and a fixed ladder. The width of the maintenance area may not be narrower than the width of the ladder. The maintenance area and the guardrails shall be manufactured from a non-flammable material.

29. If several tanks are maintained from a single maintenance area, two ladders shall be installed at the opposite ends of the maintenance area.

30. Tanks shall be connected with an earthing grid.

31. A tank shall have a breathing (ventilation) system, which ensures the air supply and the discharge of a vapour and air mixture, as well as eliminates the formation of a dangerous vacuum and overpressure in the tank.

32. A tank shall be secured against the penetration of an open flame therein. The end of a breather pipe of the tank shall be fitted with a fire arrester. A breathing (ventilation) system valve shall be resistant to the exposure to petrol vapour and air mixture, as well as fire-resistant.

33. It is prohibited to use tanks with damaged fire arresters and breather valves.

34. A breathing (ventilation) system valve and an air supply vent shall be located at least four metres above the station territory and they shall be protected against the rain penetration.

35. Air supply and the vapour and air mixture discharge into the atmosphere, bypassing a breather valve and a fire arrester, is prohibited.

36. It is prohibited to combine petrol vapour pipes and diesel vapour pipes in a single breathing (ventilation) system.

37. The speed of fuel refill in a tank shall conform to the discharge capacity of a breather valve and a breathing (ventilation) system.

38. Aboveground tanks shall be fitted with an overflow basin or bunding for collection of spilled fuel. The volume of the overflow basin or bunding may not be less than the volume of the largest tank such overflow basin or bunding can hold.

39. Each tank shall bear, in a well visible place, a platelet with the following information:

39.1. the name and address of the manufacturer of the tank;

39.2. the tank identification number;

39.3. the year of manufacture of the tank;

39.4. the material of the tank;

39.5. the capacity of the tank in cubic metres (for split-compartment tanks - capacity of each compartment); and

39.6. the weight of the tank in tonnes.

40. The following parameters shall be indicated in the documentation for use of each tank

40.1. the geometric dimensions of the tank (length, diameter, thickness of sheets and the curvature radius of the ends);

40.2. the anti-corrosion coating material of the tank;

40.3. the permissible service life of the tank (resource);

40.4. the tank equipment and the technical characteristics thereof (also the discharge capacity of the breather valve and breathing (ventilation) system);

40.5. the test pressure (bar) of the tank;

40.6. the maximum permissible overpressure and vacuum (bar); and

40.7. the petrol level limits.

IV. Safety Requirements for Station Pipelines

41. It is allowed to use in the technological equipment of a station pipes, armature, fittings and equipment made from a material which can bear mechanical, thermal and chemical loads that occur during the use of the station and which are hermetic and resistant to the transportable petrol and the vapour thereof.

42. Pipe closing fittings, valves and accessories shall be located at easily accessible places and shall be identified in accordance with the technological diagram of the technological equipment of a station.

43. The layout of a pipe shall ensure minimum petrol leakage in case of pipe depressurisation.

44. [10 September 2002]

45. Pipe couplings shall be non-dismountable, except:

45.1. the connection point to the tank;

45.2. the connection point to the fuelling installation;

45.3. the connection point to a road tanker; and

45.4. the places easily accessible for examination.

46. Connection points of tank fill pipes and vapour recovery pipes shall be laid out in such a way that delivery hoses could not be exchanged with hoses for petrol vapour and air mixture.

47. It is prohibited to install closing fittings on breather pipes.

V. Safety Requirements for Fuelling Installations

48. A fuelling installation shall be installed in accordance with the instructions of a manufacturer and shall be connected to the electricity grid in accordance with regulatory enactments. The electrical equipment and wiring of a fuelling installation shall comply with the requirements of regulatory enactments.

49. A fuelling installation shall be verified in accordance with the procedures and the time period specified by regulatory enactments.

50. A fuelling installation shall be secured with a protective barrier or other technical construction, which shall protect the installation against being run over by vehicles. The fuelling installation shall be assembled in accordance with the instruction of the manufacturer.

[10 September 2002]

51. There may be no empty spaces in supply pipe shafts and electrical cable shafts of fuelling installations, where liquid or the mixture of air and petrol vapour may accumulate.

[10 May 2005]

52. Each fuelling installation shall be provided with a switch located in plain view or at the work place of a station operator and by which, if necessary, the fuelling installation may be turned off. The designation of the switch shall ensure an easy and unambiguous perception of the function of the switch.

[10 September 2002]

53. Fuelling installations shall be equipped with devices, which automatically block fuel supply in the following cases:

53.1. the refillable fuel tank of a vehicle is completely filled;

53.2. the nozzle of a fuelling installation drops out of the opening of a refillable fuel tank of a vehicle; or

53.3. the nozzle of a fuelling installation is broken off or otherwise disconnected from the fuelling installation.

54. Each fuelling installation shall be labelled with its own sequence number, and above each fuelling dispenser the fuel grade to be dispensed shall be indicated.

55. The following indications in the official language shall be attached to a fuelling installation in plain view (as well as a graphic depiction with symbols corresponding to the warning notices):

55.1. "Smēķēšana un atklāta liesma aizliegta!" [Smoking and open flame prohibited!];

55.2. "Nepildīt degvielu nepiemērotos traukos!" [Do not fill fuel into unsuitable containers!]; and

55.3. "Pirms uzpildīt degvielu, izslēgt transportlīdzekļa dzinēju!" [Before refuelling, torn off vehicle engine!].

[10 September 2002].

55.1 An instruction for use of the relevant installation in the official language shall be attached in a well visible place to a fuelling installation of an automatic station.

[10 September 2002]

VI. Requirements for Maintenance and Servicing of the Technological Equipment of Stations

56. In performing any operations with tanks, pipelines and fuelling installations, protective measures against static electricity, sparking and inhalation of fuel vapour shall be observed.

57. Prior to receiving fuel, it is the duty of an operator to ascertain whether tanks, the equipment thereof, pipes, a fuel road tanker and the pipes thereof, whether the body of the road tanker is connected to the earthing and whether the pipes have been connected correctly.

58. Any modifications in the layout of tanks, pipes, fittings, equipment and wastewater treatment system elements shall be reflected in the technological diagram of the technological equipment of a station.

59. The technical inventory, equipment and installations of a station shall be maintained and used in accordance with the requirements and instructions of the manufacturer.

60. If a fuelling installation is damaged, the utilisation thereof is prohibited and the notification "Nestrādā!" [Out of Order!] shall be placed on such installation.

[10 May 2005]

61. The fuel spilled in a station territory and the combustible waste shall be collected and delivered to specially arranged places, where the relevant environmental and human health protection measures have been ensured.

62. Frozen fuel pipes may be defrosted only after disconnecting thereof from the tank and the fuelling installation, observing all safety measures.

63. Repairs involving welding by using an open flame may be carried out by a welder certified in accordance with the procedures specified in regulatory enactments, observing the fire requirements specified in regulatory enactments.

64. Prior to repairs, pipes shall be emptied of fuel and the remaining fuel shall be evaporated.

65. It is prohibited in the territory of a station:

65.1. to fill fuel from a fuelling installation into glass containers and unsuitable plastic containers, except the special containers for performing expert examination of fuel samples;

65.2. to smoke and handle open flame during the operation of the technological equipment of the station;

65.3. to leave open the tank maintenance hatches, receiving pipes and fuel-level measuring openings;

65.4. to use self-made electrical equipment;

65.5. to use instruments or equipment that causes sparks;

65.6. to repair fuelling installations without disconnecting them from electrical power network; and

65.7. to install pipes, fittings, equipment, and materials of unknown origin during the assembly, modernisation, reconstruction or repair of the station.

66. The possessor of a station shall appoint one or more persons who shall be responsible for the observation of maintenance and servicing requirements.

67. Automatic stations working without service staff shall be provided with communication facilities, shall carry out measures which ensure the fulfilment of the requirements specified in Paragraphs 60 and 61 of these Regulations and place notices with the information regarding the prohibitions specified in Sub-paragraphs 65.1 and 65.2 of these Regulations.

VII. Inspections of the Technological Equipment of Stations

68. An inspection authority shall evaluate the compliance of the technological equipment of a station with the requirements of these Regulations on the basis of the results of a full, partial or extraordinary inspection and a professional judgement. The inspections shall be performed on the basis of an invitation of the possessor of the station. The procedures for the performance of an inspection and the payment shall be determined in an agreement between the possessor of the station and the inspection authority. The State supervisory and control authorities, within the competence thereof, shall perform the supervision of the technological equipment of stations.

69. A full inspection of the technological equipment of a station shall be performed during the manufacturing of the station and after the end of the manufacturer-specified service life (resource) of the technological equipment, but not later than after 12 years; during the further use of the station - not less than once in every six years. The full inspection shall include:

69.1. an inspection of the technological equipment within the territory of the station and the documentation for the use of the station (the compliance of the layout of the technological equipment of a station and the accessories thereof with the project requirements and the evaluation of technological diagrams of the technological equipment of a station);

69.2. an external examination of tanks, the equipment thereof and pipe connection points and a functional inspection of the tank equipment operation; during the manufacturing of the station - an examination of the integrity and insulation of each tank; if damages have been detected during an inspection, an inspection authority shall determine the scope of the inspection after the elimination of the damages;

69.3. an examination and inspection of fuelling installations (an evaluation of the assemblage of fuelling installations, the condition of wiring, the internal hermeticity of pipes and the equipment operation);

69.4. an examination and inspection of the breathing (ventilation) system (an examination of the hermeticity of the system, the breather valve operation and the fire arrester condition);

69.5. an examination of the earthing and electrical insulation (measurements of leak resistance and bypass resistance of the earthing devices (for tanks, fuelling installations, the pump engines thereof, lightning protection devices), insulation resistance measurements (for the pump engines and starters of fuelling installations, the heating and lighting installations, power supply cables and equipment, which protect the supply chain against short-circuit and overload));

69.6. the internal examination of a tank;

69.7. the hydraulic test of the tank; and

69.8. the hydraulic test of pipes, which may be substituted with a pneumatic test in the following cases:

69.8.1. the pipe may be visually examined throughout the length thereof; or

69.8.2. the fuel has been evaporated in the pipe and the fuel vapour concentration therein does not exceed 50 per cent of the lower flammable limit or an inert gas is utilised during the test.

[10 September 2002].

70. During the use of a station, a possessor shall ensure that an inspection authority performs a partial examination of the technological equipment of the station not less than once a year, which shall include:

70.1. an inspection of the station territory and the documentation for use of the station;

70.2. an external inspection of tanks, the equipment thereof and pipe connection points, and an examination of the tank equipment operation;

70.3. an examination and inspection of fuelling installations;

70.4. an examination and inspection of the breathing (ventilation) system; and

70.5. an examination of the earthing and insulation (measurements of the equipment leak and bypass resistance and the insulation resistance).

71. An extraordinary inspection of the technological equipment of a station shall be performed after repairs, reconstruction or modernisation of the technological equipment of the station (before resuming the operation of the station).

72. In order to facilitate the conformity assessment of the technological equipment of a station during an extraordinary inspection, before commencing repairs involving the prevention of depressurisation, modernisation or reconstruction that involves changes in the technological diagram, a possessor of the station shall co-ordinate with an inspection authority the technology and procedures for the execution of the relevant works.

73. An inspection authority shall prepare an inspection report in two copies regarding the inspection performed and shall make an entry in the operation logbook of a station. One copy of the inspection report shall be issued to the possessor of the station, the second copy shall be kept for not less than 10 years after the day of the inspection.

74. If the technological equipment of a station conforms with the requirements of these Regulations, an inspection authority shall issue an inspection certificate in accordance with the procedures specified in regulatory enactments. The certificate shall be placed at the station in a well visible place.

75. If the technological equipment of a station does not conform to the requirements of these Regulations and endangers human life, health or the environment, an inspection authority shall immediately warn the possessor of the station, report the non-conformity and, within a period of one day, shall send a copy of the inspection report to the State Labour Inspection, as well as to the State Environment Inspection if the environment is endangered, and the State Fire-Fighting and Rescue Service if a high risk of fire has been determined.

76. If an inspection authority determines non-conformity of the technological equipment of a station to the requirements of these Regulations, the possessor of the station is obliged to eliminate the non-conformity within a period of one month and to invite the inspection authority to perform a repeated inspection. If the non-conformity to the requirements of these Regulations poses a direct threat to human life, health or the environment, the possessor of the station has the duty to immediately (before an accident or environmental pollution has occurred) eliminate the non-conformity or stop the operation of the technological equipment.

77. If the technological equipment of a station does not conform to the requirements of these Regulations after a repeated examination, an inspection authority shall immediately warn the possessor of the station, report the non-conformity and, within a period of one day, shall send a copy of the inspection report to the State Labour Inspection, as well as to the State Environment Inspection if the environment is endangered, and the State Fire-Fighting and Rescue Service if a high risk of fire has been determined.

78. Prior to an internal examination and hydraulic test of a tank, a possessor shall empty the tank from fuel, disconnect the pipes and remove residual fuel products. The fuel vapour concentration in the tank may not exceed 50 per cent of lower flammable limit, and the oxygen concentration in the tank may not be less than 20 per cent of volume.

79. During an internal inspection of a tank, an inspection authority shall examine whether there are damages, which may affect the structural integrity of the tank (for example, corrosion, cracks):

79.1. if cracks have been detected, the tank shall be recognised as unfit for use; and

79.2. if corrosion or other defects have been detected, the inspection authority shall evaluate the effect thereof on the ability of the structure to bear the loads intended for such structure. If the tank structure is incapable of bearing the loads intended for it due to the detected defects, the hydraulic test shall not be performed and the tank shall be recognised as unfit for use.

80. It is prohibited to perform a hydraulic test of a tank without prior internal examination.

81. A hydraulic test of a tank shall be performed as follows:

81.1. the pressure, which is equal to the multiplication of the ratio 1.25 and the working pressure but not less than 0.3 bar, shall be maintained in a tank for 10 minutes; and

81.2. the pressure in the tank shall be reduced to the pressure, which is equal to the working pressure but not less than 0.1 bar, and such pressure shall be maintained for 60 minutes. At least two pressure gauges shall be used to determine the pressure, which have been verified in accordance with the procedures specified in regulatory enactments.

[10 September 2002]

82. An internal inspection and hydraulic test of double-walled tanks before the end of the service life (resource) is not required, unless the leak indication system has detected depressurisation.

83. Before the examination of a pipe, the possessor shall empty the pipe from fuel and disconnect it from the technological equipment system.

84. The hydraulic test of pipes shall be performed as follows:

84.1. the pressure, which is equal to the multiplication of the ratio 1.25 and the working pressure but not less than 2.0 bar, shall be maintained in the pipe for 10 minutes; and

84.2. the pressure in the pipe shall be reduced to the pressure, which is equal to the working pressure but not less than 0.1 bar, and such pressure shall be maintained for 60 minutes. At least two pressure gauges shall be used to determine the pressure, which have been verified in accordance with the procedures specified in regulatory enactments.

[10 September 2002]

85. Tanks and pipes have passed a hydraulic test if no pressure drop has been detected during the test. A pipe has passed the pneumatic test if no leakage has been detected during the test, in performing the test throughout the length of the pipe with a leak indicator solution.

86. A hydraulic test of double-walled pipes before the end of service life (resource) shall not be required, unless depressurisation of a pipe has been determined.

87. Station tanks and metal pipes, the manufacturer-specified service life (resource) of which has expired, may be further utilised if an inspection authority evaluates them as adequate in order to bear the loads intended for them. In future, a hydraulic test of such tanks and pipes shall be performed not less than once in three years.

88. Non-metal pipes, the manufacturer-specified service life (resource) of which has expired, shall be recognised as unfit for use.

89. If a tank or a pipe has depressurised, the technological equipment of a station shall be recognised as unfit for use. Further utilisation of the technological equipment of the station is allowable if the damaged installations are fenced off and do not affect the operation of the station, which an inspection authority shall confirm after an extraordinary inspection.

VIII. Closing Provisions

[10 May 2005]

90. These Regulations shall come into force on 1 July 2001.

91. The requirement referred to in Sub-paragraph 4.1 of these Regulations to perform accreditation in accordance with the standard LVS EN ISO/IEC 17020:2005 Galvenie kritēriji dažāda veida institūcijām, kas veic inspekciju [General criteria for the operation of various types of bodies performing inspections] shall come into force on 1 June 2005. Up to 31 May 2005 the accreditation shall be performed in accordance with the standard LVS EN 45004:1995 Galvenie kritēriji dažāda veida institūcijām, kas veic inspekciju [General criteria for the operation of various types of bodies performing inspections].

[10 May 2005]

92. Inspection authorities accredited in accordance with the standard LVS EN 45004:1995 Galvenie kritēriji dažāda veida institūcijām, kas veic inspekciju [General criteria for the operation of various types of bodies performing inspection] are entitled to perform the technical examinations of the technological equipment of stations until the end of the time period specified in an accreditation certificate.

[10 May 2005]

93. The conformity declaration referred to in Sub-paragraph 9.2 of these Regulations applies to the new technological equipment of the stations that is being registered with the State Labour Inspection after 15 May 2005.

[10 May 2005]

Prime Minister A. Bērziņš

Acting for the Minister for Welfare,
Minister for Special Assignments -
State Reform Matters J.Krūmiņš

 


Translation © 2005 Tulkošanas un terminoloģijas centrs (Translation and Terminology Centre)

 
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