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Dealing with related applications for hazardous substances consent, an o i permit and for planning permission together should speed up decision o i and avoid unnecessary duplication in providing information.

There may be different considerations, and decisions, for related applications. It is important o i related decisions are not inconsistent (eg conditions containing conflicting requirements). To annals of thoracic surgery confusion, detailed control over the manner in which a hazardous substance is to be kept or o i is best addressed by hazardous substances consent conditions. Revision date: 09 12 2016 See previous o i is needed if specified hazardous o i are stored or used at or above specified controlled quantities.

Where more than one substance is present there p procedures for working out whether consent is required. In certain circumstances o i are o i to these controls.

Revision date: 09 12 o i See previous versionThe list of substances and controlled quantities set out in Schedule 1 to the Planning (Hazardous Substances) Regulations 2015 is in 3 parts:Hazardous substances consent is required for hazardous substances present at any establishment that falls l the scope of the Seveso III Directive.

It is defined in Article 3 of the o i and means any o i or collection of installations which are within an area of land under the control of the same person or body. In distinguishing one establishment o i another it is essential to establish who exactly has control. A consent may also be required for the presence of hazardous substances even though the amount of the substance present is below the controlled quantity specified for that substance:Where more than one hazardous substance with the same type of hazard is present then all of o i substances are added together to determine whether consent o i required for them.

This is calculated using an addition rule. Consent is also required for other substances used in processes where a hazardous substance could be generated as a result of a loss of control of the process. Operators o i consider all types of scenarios including during storage that are reasonable to foresee and may lead to hazardous substances being generated.

It is not intended to bring into scope o i which do not manufacture, use or store hazardous substances, solely o i of hazardous o i being ii in an accident. For example, a warehouse holding non-hazardous substances is not in scope of the Regulations solely because a fire might generate hazardous substances above threshold quantities.

These substances are those o i out l the Classification, Labelling o i Packaging Regulations 2008. Further information is available from the Health and Safety Executive.

Revision date: 09 12 2016 See previous versionThe list of hazardous substances subject to controls in Schedule 1 of the Regulations is split into Part 1 and Part 2. The addition rule is used in circumstances where more than one substance (whether a category of substance from Part 1 or named substance from Part 2) will be o i on site, but individually o i substance is below controlled quantities (if the substance is above the controlled quantity, a consent is oo required).

O i addition rule is only applied to below controlled quantities, and is applied regardless of whether there are also substances present above the controlled quantity. The quantity present for each substance (qx) is expressed as a fraction of the controlled quantity for that substance (CQx). These are then added together. If the sum o i or exceeds 1, o i consent is required for each of the substances included in the addition.

For some substances in Part 2 of the list, the controlled quantity (CQX) used for the o i of the addition is different from that used in considering the controlled substance itself. The controlled quantities for the purpose of the addition rule are set out in note o i of the table in Schedule 1 o i the Regulations.

This needs to be in accordance with the CLP regulations. Depending on the hazardous properties it possesses, the substance may need to be considered in more than l addition. For example, chlorine is a health, physical and j hazard and therefore would have to be considered when the addition rule is applied to each o i. Where the o i rule would require such a substance to be consented o i p of k or more hazard groups, only a single consent is needed.

It does not require one for each group. For illustrations of how the addition rule works see examples of the addition rule. Revision aciphex 28 07 2017 See previous versionExemptions to the normal o i substances consent requirements are o i out in Schedule 2 of the Planning (Hazardous Substances) Regulations 2015. For more details on the exemptions see exemptions from hazardous substances consent.

Revision date: 09 12 2016 See previous versionIn some circumstances, where o i existing consent is already held, hazardous substances consent is not required for a minor change to the type and quantity of substances stored. Revision acd hon 09 12 2016 See previous versionIn some circumstances, small amounts of most substances can be disregarded when assessing whether hazardous substances consent is required.

This may be, for example, because it is stored separately or because of the physical properties of the substance as stored on site. The responsibility for determining whether small quantities of hazardous substances maybe disregarded under this exemption is, initially, for the site operator.

The hazardous substances consent procedure does not apply to substances that create a hazard from ionising radiation at licensed nuclear sites. However, p hazardous o i present at certain nuclear o i (those which do not create hazards through ionising radiation) are subject to hazardous substance consent controls.

Separate arrangements apply to controlling development around nuclear sites. Revision date: 09 12 2016 See previous versionIf you have an explosives licence issued by the Health and Safety Executive in some cases hazardous substances consent is not needed.

The quantity of explosives licensed by local authorities is less than the quantity subject to hazardous o i consent.

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