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Republic of Latvia

Cabinet
Regulation No. 674
Adopted 3 August 2004

Regulations regarding Explosive, Fire-Hazardous and Particularly Important Objects wherein Fire Safety, Fire-fighting and Rescue Services shall be Established

Issued pursuant to Section 5, Paragraph two
of the Fire Safety and Fire-fighting Law

1. These Regulations prescribe the criteria according to which explosive and fire-hazardous objects shall be included in the list of such explosive, fire-hazardous and particularly important objects wherein fire safety, fire-fighting and rescue services shall be established (hereinafter - list), as well as the procedures by which the referred to objects shall be included in the list (Annex 1).

2. The following explosive and fire-hazardous objects shall be included in the list:

2.1. objects wherein explosive and fire-hazardous chemical substances and chemical products (hereinafter - fire-hazardous substances) are present in such an amount that exceeds the largest qualifying quantity specified in Annex 2 of these Regulations; and

2.2. rail terminals and railway infrastructure objects wherein dangerous cargo are carried and in the territory of which the amount of carried and stored fire-hazardous substances sometimes exceeds the smallest qualifying quantity specified in Annex 2 of these Regulations.

3. The qualifying quantity of fire-hazardous substances in an object where several types of fire-hazardous substances are present (Annex 2) shall be determined by summing up the amount of such fire hazardous substances that are stored in the object for more than two days per year, and assuming that one tonne of the fire-hazardous substances referred to in Clause 1 of Annex 2 of these Regulations is equivalent to two tonnes of the fire-hazardous substances referred to in Clause 2 of Annex 2 of these Regulations or two cubic metres of the fire-hazardous substances referred to in Clause 3 of Annex 2 of these Regulations.

4. In order to consider an object as particularly important and to include such object in the list, a natural person or legal person shall submit the relevant substantiated proposal to the Ministry of the Interior. The Ministry of the Interior shall document the referred to proposal in the form of projected legislation and direct such proposal for approval by the Cabinet in accordance with the procedures specified by law.

5. Cabinet Regulation No. 540 of 30 September 2003, Regulations regarding Explosive, Fire-Hazardous or Particularly Important Objects (Latvijas Vēstnesis, 2003, No. 137) is repealed.

Prime Minister I. Emsis

Minister for the Interior Ē. Jēkabsons

 

Annex 1
Cabinet Regulation No. 674
3 August 2004

Explosive, Fire-Hazardous and Particularly Important Objects wherein Fire Safety, Fire-fighting and Rescue Services shall be Established

No. Name of the object Address of the object
I. Riga
1. Oil terminal Riga
Ezera iela 22
2. Oil depot and warehouses Riga
Tvaika iela 7a
3. Riga railway terminal Šķirotava Riga
Krustpils iela 81b
II. Riga district
4. TEC-2 production unit (thermal power station) Riga district
Salaspils rural area
Acone
5. Olaine oil depot Riga district
Olaine parish
16th kilometre on the Riga-Jelgava highway
6. Inčukalns underground gas storage facilities Riga district
Krimulda parish
Ragana
III. Daugavpils and Daugavpils district
7. Daugavpils railway terminal Daugavpils
Otrā Preču iela
8. Line production dispatcher station (LRDS) Ilūkste (oil product depot) Daugavpils district
Šēdere parish
LRDS Ilūkste
IV. Jelgava
9. Jelgava railway terminal Jelgava
Stacijas iela 1a
V. Liepāja
10. Liepāja railway terminal Liepāja
Emīlijas iela 1
VI. Rēzekne
11. >>Railway terminal Rēzekne I Rēzekne
Lokomotīvju iela 11
VII. Saldus district
12. Oil depot Saldus district
Saldus parish
Post Office Druva
Torņi
VIII. Ventspils
13. Chemical substance, chemical products and oil products terminal Ventspils
Dzintaru iela 66
14. Oil products terminal Ventspils
Dzintaru iela 90
15. Oil products terminal Ventspils
Talsu iela 75
16. Ventspils railway terminal Ventspils
Depo iela 1

Minister for the Interior Ē. Jēkabsons

 

Annex 2
Cabinet Regulation No. 674
3 August 2004

Qualifying Quantity of Fire-Hazardous Chemical Substances and Chemical Products

No. Fire-hazardous chemical substances and chemical products (groups of substances) Unit of measurement The smallest qualifying quantity The largest qualifying quantity
1. Extremely flammable, highly flammable and flammable chemical substances and chemical products t 5000 50000 or 30000*
2. Liquid combustible chemical substances and chemical products t 10000 100000
3. Explosive gases (in normal circumstances at a normal pressure) m3 10000 100000

Note.

* If more than 200 tonnes of other very toxic and toxic chemical substances and chemical products are present in the object, the largest qualifying quantity shall be 30 000 tonnes, accordingly.

Minister for the Interior Ē. Jēkabsons

 


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