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Republic of Latvia

Cabinet
Regulation No. 464

Adopted 21 June 2011

Procedures for the Planning, Implementation and Control of Security Measures for the Movement of High Consequence Dangerous Goods

Issued pursuant to
Section 11, Paragraph four
of the Law On the Movement of Dangerous Goods

I. General Provision

1. This Regulation prescribes the procedures for the planning, implementation and control of security measures for the movement of high consequence dangerous goods (hereinafter - particularly dangerous goods).

II. Planning and Implementation of Security Measures for Particularly Dangerous Goods

2. Persons participating in the movement of dangerous goods, except those who are only involved in the movement of dangerous goods on ships, in ports or objects of port facilities and airports or in the objects of authorised representatives, shall develop documents regulating the security of particularly dangerous goods (hereinafter - regulating documents) and ensure the implementation of the measures provided for therein.

3. Persons participating in the movement of dangerous goods who are only involved in the movement of dangerous goods on ships, in ports or objects of port facilities and airports or in the objects of authorised representatives shall ensure the planning, implementation and control of the movement of particularly dangerous goods in accordance with the regulatory enactments regulating the sector of seafaring and civil aviation accordingly.

4. The following information shall be included in the regulating documents:

4.1. a register of particularly dangerous goods;

4.2. the allocation of security duties to the employees of the person participating in the movement of dangerous goods, when working with particularly dangerous goods;

4.3. the route of movement of particularly dangerous goods and a description and plan of the stopping and parking sites of the vehicles;

4.4. information regarding the road vehicles carrying particularly dangerous goods (State registration number, vehicle make and model) and the driver of the road vehicle (given name, surname and personal identity number) or information regarding the vehicles used for other types of carriage and the service staff thereof, the persons responsible for organising the carriage, as well as the contact information of the persons referred to in this Sub-paragraph (telephone number and e-mail address);

4.5. a risk assessment of the movement of particularly dangerous goods in compliance with the requirements specified in international agreements and the regulating documents;

4.6. the training needs of the employees of the persons participating in the movement of dangerous goods involved in the movement of dangerous goods, when working with particularly dangerous goods;

4.7. a description of the security measures for particularly dangerous goods;

4.8. a description of procedures for action in emergency cases and accidents; and

4.9. information regarding equipment and other resources for ensuring the safe movement of particularly dangerous goods and for the prevention of emergency situations.

5. The regulating documents may also be replaced with other documents if the content thereof ensures the execution of the requirements referred to in Paragraph 4 of this Regulation.

6. If the information included in the regulating documents is changed, they shall be updated.

III. Control of the Movement of Particularly Dangerous Goods

7. The control of the movement of particularly dangerous goods and the regulating documents shall be ensured by the following supervisory authorities:

7.1. for carriages by road - the State Police;

7.2. for carriages by rail - the State Railway Technical Inspectorate;

7.3. for carriages by ship according to the regulatory enactments regulating the sector of seafaring - State stock company "Maritime Administration of Latvia";

7.4. in port territory according to the regulatory enactments regulating the sector of seafaring - the relevant port authority; and

7.5. for carriages by aircraft according to the regulatory enactments regulating the civil aviation sector - the State agency "Civil Aviation Agency"

8. If particularly dangerous goods contain radioactive materials, their movement shall be controlled, where necessary, the supervisory authorities referred to in Paragraph 7 of this Regulation (hereinafter - supervisory authorities) shall invite officials from the Radiation Safety Centre of the State Environmental Service. The field of the movement of dangerous goods connected to the carriages of radioactive materials shall be controlled in compliance with the regulatory enactments regarding radiation safety and nuclear safety.

9. A person participating in the movement of dangerous goods, who is involved in the movement of particularly dangerous goods, has the duty to continuously store and, upon request from a supervisory authority or the Security Police or the Radiation Safety Centre of the State Environmental Service, without delay issue the regulating documents for inspection.

10. When examining the regulating documents and determining non-conformities therein with the requirements referred to in Paragraph 4 of this Regulation, the supervisory authorities or the Security Police or the Radiation Safety Centre of the State Environmental Service shall provide instructions to the person participating in the movement of dangerous goods for the rectification of the detected shortcomings.

11. The supervisory authorities shall continuously perform the supervision of the persons participating in the movement of dangerous goods, inspecting the compliance of the activities thereof with the requirements specified in international agreements and the regulating documents.

12. The supervisory authorities, upon determining significant violations of the requirements in the international agreements or regulating documents in the movement of particularly dangerous goods, are entitled to discontinue the movement of the respective particularly dangerous goods until the complete rectification of the detected violations in compliance with the regulatory enactments regarding the movement of dangerous goods.

IV. Closing Provisions

13. Persons participating in the movement of particularly dangerous goods shall develop the regulating documents not later than within six months from the day of the coming into force of this Regulation.

14. This Regulation shall come into force on 1 July 2011.

Prime Minister V. Dombrovskis

Minister for Transport U. Augulis

 


Translation © 2013 Valsts valodas centrs (State Language Centre)

 
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Issuer: Cabinet of Ministers Type: regulation Document number: 464Adoption: 21.06.2011.Entry into force: 01.07.2011.Publication: Latvijas Vēstnesis, 99, 29.06.2011.
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