Safety Rules for the operation of main pipelines transporting liquid ammonia
As of 6 June 2017 facilities operating, constructing, designing, renovating or liquidating main pipelines for the transportation of liquid ammonia, have to comply with the adopted industrial safety rules.
The Rules do not apply to internal pipelines of facilities manufacturing and using liquid ammonia.
Law: Order No. 466 of 9 November 2016 on the Adoption of the Federal Norms and Rules of Industrial Safety “Safety Rules for Major Hazard Facilities – Main Pipelines Transporting Liquid Ammonia”
Safety Rules for oil and petrochemical storage areas
As of 3 June 2017 major hazard facilities operating storage installations and premises for oil and petrochemicals, such as tank farms, oil depots, as well as warehouses used for petrochemical storage, have to comply with the adopted industrial safety Rules.
The Rules do not apply to storage of petrochemicals with the density of vapour above 93,3 kPa (liquefied hydrocarbon gases, liquefied natural gas and broad fraction of light hydrocarbons).
The Rules contain requirements pertaining to the operation and maintenance of tanks and technological pipelines as well as to the upkeep of territories where major hazard facilities storing petrochemicals are located.
Law: Order No. 461 of 7 July 2016 on the Approval of the Federal Norms and Rules of Industrial Safety “Industrial Safety Rules for Oil and Petrochemical Storage”
Instruction for creating an emergency response plan for coal mines
As of 31 May 2015 facilities operating coal mines are required to create an emergency response plan in accordance with the adopted instruction. The adoption of the new instruction does not render invalid any existing valid emergency response plans for coal mines.
Law: Order No. 451 of 31 October 2016 on the Adoption of the Federal Norms and Rules for Industrial Safety “Instruction for the Adoption of an Emergency Response Plan for Coal Mines”