Production facilities in which combustible dust may be present that can give rise to an explosive atmosphere.
Storage facilities in buildings, including silos:
1) Storage facilities with storage areas in which combustible dust may be found that may lead to explosive atmospheres.
2) Storage facilities storing solid combustible substances that may be self-combustible not, however, including substances that are classified as pyrophoric substances (H250) or self-heating substances and mixtures (H251 and H252) pursuant to the European Parliament and Council’s regulation on the classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures.
Outdoor storage facilities for combustible solids, although not storage facilities with:
1) Manufactured products in the form of large workpieces, apart from outdoor storage at production facilities that are covered by the emergency preparedness legislation or
2) substances that are classified as combustible solids (H228, self-reactive substances and mixtures and organic peroxides (H240, H241 and H242), pyrophoric substances (H250) or self-heating substances and mixtures (H251 or H252) pursuant to the European Parliament and Council’s regulation on the classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures.
Executive order concerning combustible solid substances.
The draft contains regulations governing location, furnishing and use of production facilities and storage facilities with storage of certain combustible solids.
The regulations intend to prevent or reduce the risk of fire and explosion, and ensure sound rescue and extinguishing opportunities in the event of fire.