Explosives Regulations, 2013
Marginal note:Authorization for indefinite period
32 (1) The Chief Inspector of Explosives must authorize the use of an Footnote *explosive for an indefinite period if the Chief Inspector determines, on the basis of the results of one or more of the following tests, that the explosive can be safely Footnote *manufactured, handled, stored, transported, used and destroyed:
(a) a test listed in the table to this Part that is conducted on the explosive;
(b) a test listed in the table to this Part that is conducted on a similar explosive; or
(c) a test that was conducted on this or a similar explosive by or on behalf of a foreign state that has authorized the explosive or similar explosive and that is equivalent to a test listed in the table to this Part.
Marginal note:Authorization with restrictions
(2) The authorization must be given with restrictions if the Chief Inspector determines, based on the type, hazard classification, UN number and the circumstances in which the explosive will be used, that it can safely be used only by a specific person, body or class of people or bodies, or for a specific purpose.
Return to footnote *Terms preceded by an asterisk are defined in section 6.
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