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Schedule 3

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Schedule 3

    Schedule 3

    [see rule 2(b), 2(b), 2(e), 2(g)]

    Named Chemicals

    Sr. Chemical Threshold Quantity CAS No. Number for appln. for appln.

    of Rules, 5, of

    7-9 and13-Rules 10-

    15 12

    1 2 3 4 5

     GROUP 1-TOXIC SUBSTANCES 1. Aldicarb 100 kg 116-06-3 2. 4-Aminodiphenyl 1 kg 96-67-1 3. Amiton 1 kg 78-53-5 4. Anabasine 100 kg 494-52-0 5. Arseinc pentoxide, Arsenic (V) 500 kg

    acid & salts

    6. Arsenic trioxide, Arseius (III) acid 100 kg

    & salts

    7. Arsine (Arsenic hydride) 10 kg 7784-42-1 8. Azinphos-ethyl 100 kg 2642-71-9 9. Azinphos-melhyl 100 kg 86-50-0 10. Benzidine 1 kg 92-87-5 11. Benzidine salts 1 kg 10 kg 12. Beryllium (powders, compounds} 13. Bis (2-chloroethyl) sulphide 1 kg 505-60-2 14. Bis (chloromethyl) ether 1 kg 542-88-1 15. Carbophuran 100 kg 1563-66-2 16. Carbophenothion 100 kg 786-19-6 17. Chlorefenvinphos 100 kg 470-90-6 18. 4-(Chloroformyl) morpholine 1 kg 15159-40-7 19. Chloromethyl methyl ether 1 kg 107-30-2 20. Cobalt (metal, oxides, 1 000kg

    carbonates, sulphides, as

    powders)

    21. Crimidine 100 kg 535-89-7 22. Cynthoate 100 kg 3734-95-0 23. Cycloheximide 100 kg 66-81-9 24. Demeton 100 kg 8065-48-3 25. Dialifos 100 kg 10311-84-9 26. OO-Diethyl S-ethylsulphinylmethyl 100 kg 2588-05-8

    phosphorothiate

    27. OO-Diethyl S-100 kg 2588-06-9

    ethylsulphonylmethyl

    phosphorothioate

    28. OO-Dielhyl S-ethyllhiomethyl 100 kg 2600-69-3

    Phosphorothioate

    29. OO-Diethyl S-isopropylthiomethyl 100kg 78-52-4

    phosphorodithioate

    30. OO-Diethyl S-propylthiomethyl 100 kg 3309-68-0

    phosphorodithioate

    31. Dimefox 100 kg 115-26-4 32. Dimethylcarbamoyl chloride 1 kg 79-44-7 33. Dimethylnitrosamine 1 kg 62-75-9 34. Dimethyl phosphoramidocynicidic 1 t 63917-41-9

    acid

    35. Diphacinone 100 kg 82-66-6 36. Disulfoton 100 kg 298-04-4 37. EPN 100 kg 2104-64-5 38. Ethion 100 kg 563-12-2 39. Fensulfothion 100 kg 115-90-2 40. Fluenetil 100 kg 4301-50-2 41. Fluroacetic acid 1 kg 144-49-0 42. Fluoroacetic acid, salts 1 kg 43. Fluoroacetic acid, salts ester 1 kg 44. Fluoroacetic acid, amides 1 kg 45. 4-Fluorobutyric acid 1 kg 462-23-7 46. 4-FIuorobutyric acid, salts 1 kg 47. 4-Fluorobutyric acid, esters 1 kg 48. 4-Fluorobutyric acid, amides 1 kg 49. 4-Florocrotonic acid 1 kg 37759-72-1 50. 4-Fluorocrotonic acid, salts 1 kg 51. 4-Fluorocrotonic acid, esters 1 kg 52. 4-Fluorocrotonic acid, amides 1 kg 53. 4-Fluoro-2-hydroxybutyric acid, 1 kg

    amides

    54. 4-Fluoro-2-hydroxybutyric acid, 1 kg

    salts

    55. 4-Fluoro-2-hydroxybutyric acid, 1 kg

    esters

    56. 4-Fluoro-2-hydroxybutyric acid, 1 kg

    amides

    57. Glycolonitrile 00 kg 1 107-16-4

    (Hydroxyacetonitrile)

    58. 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9-100 g 194-8-74-3

    Hexachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin

    59. Hexamethylphosphoramide 1 kg 680-31-9 60. Hydrogen sclenide 10 kg 7783-07-5 61. Isobenzan 100 kg 297-78-9 62. Isodrin 100 kg 465-73-6 63. Juglone (5-Hydroxynaphithalene 100 kg 481-39-0

    1, 4 dione)

    64. 4, 4-Methylenebis (2-chloroniline) 10 kg 101-14-4 65. Methyl isocynate 150 kg 150 kg 624-83-9 66. Mevinphos 100 kg 7786-34-7 67. 2-Naphlhylamine 1 kg 91 -59-8 68. 2-Nickcl (metal, oxides, 1 t

    carbonates, sulphides, as

    powders)

    69. Nickel tetracarbonyl 10 kg 13463-39-3 70. Oxygendisulfoton 100 kg 2497-07-6 71. Oxygen difuoride 10 kg 7783-41-7 72. Paraxon (Diethyl 4-nitsphenyl 100 kg 311 -45-5

    phosphate)

    73. Parathion 100 kg 56-38-2 74. Parathion-methyl 100 kg 298-00-0 75. Pentaborane 100 kg 19624-22-7 76. Phorate 100 kg 298-02-2 77. Phosacetim 100 kg 4104-14-7 78. Phosgene (carbonyl chloride) 750 kg 75-44-5 79. Phosphamidon 100 kg 13171-41-6 80. Posphine (Hydrogen phosphide) 100 kg 7803-51 -2 81. Promurit (1-(3, 4-dichlorophenyl)-100 kg 5836-73-7

    3 triazenethiocarboxamide)

    82. 1, 3-Propanesultone 1 kg 1120-7t-4 83. 1 -Propen-2-chloro- 1, 3-diol 10 kg 10118-72-6

    diacetate

    84. Pyrazoxon 100 kg 108-34-9 85. Selenium hexafluoride 10 kg 7783-79-1 86. Sodium selenite 100 kg 10102-18-8 87. Stibine (Antimony hydride) 100 kg 7803-52-3 88. Sulfotep 100 kg 3689-24-5 89. Sulphur dichloride 1 t 10545-99-0 90. Tellurium hexanuroride 100 kg 7783-80-4 91. TEPP 100 kg 107-49-3 92. 2, 3, 7, 8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-1 kg 1746-01 -6

    dioxin(TCDD)

    93. Tetramethylenedisulphotetramine 1 kg 80-12-6 94. Thionazin 100 kg 97-97-22 95. Tirpate (2, 4-Dimethyl-l, 3-100 kg 26419-8

    dilhiolane-2-carboxaldehyde O-

    methylcarbarnoyloxime)

    96. Trichloromethanesulphenyl 100 kg 594-42-3

    chloride

    97. 1-Tri (cyclohexyl) stannyl-l H-1, 2,. 100 kg 41083-11-8

    4-triazole

    98. Triethylenemelamine 10 kg 51-18-3 99. Warfarin 100 kg 81-81-2

     GROUP 2-TOXIC SUBSTANCES 100. Acetonecyanohydrin (2-200 t 75-86-5

    Cyanopropan-2-01)

    101. Acrolein (2-Propenal) 20 t 107-02-8 102. Acrylonitrile 20 t 200 t 107-13-1 103. Allyl alcohol (Propen-1-01) 200 t 107-18-6 104. Alylamine 200 t 107-11-9

    105. Ammonia 50 t 500 t 7664-41-7 106. Bromine 40 t 7726-95-6 107. Carbon disulphide 20 t 200 t 75-15-0 108. Chlorine 10 t 25 t 7782-fO 5 109. Dipneyl ethane di-isocynate (MDI) 20 t 101-68-8 110. Ethylene dibromide (1, 2-5 t 106-93-4

    Dibromoethane)

    111. Ethyleneimine 50 t 151-56-4 112. Formaldehyde (concentration 5 t 50-00 0

    ?90%)

    113. Hydrogen chloride (liquified gas) 250 t 25t 7647-01-0 114. Hydrogen cynide 5 t 20 t 74-90-8 115. Hydrogen fluoride 5 t 50 t 7664-39-3 116. Hydrogen sulphide 5 t 50 t 7783-06-4 117. Methyl bromide (Bromomethane) 20 t 74-83-9 118. Nitrogen oxides 50 t 11104-93-1 119. Propylineimine 50 t 75-55-8 120. Sulphur dioxide 20 t 250 t 7446-09-5 121. Sulphur trioxide 15 t 75 t 7446-11-9 122. Tetraethyl Iead 5 t 78-00-2 123. Tetramethyl Iead 5 t 75-74-1 124. Toluene di-isocvnate (TDI) 10 t 584-84-975-

    01-4

     GROUP 3HIGHLY REACTIVE

    SUBSTANCES

    125. Acetylene (ethyne) 5 t 74-86-2 126. a. Ammonium nitrate (1) 350 t 2500 t 6484-52-2 127. b. Ammonium nitrate in form of 1250 t

    fertiliser (2)

    128. 2 2-Bis (tert-butylperoxy) butane) 5 t 2167-23-9

    (eoncentration ?70%)

    129. 1 I-Bis (tert-butylperoxy) 5 t 3006-86-8

    cyclohexane (concentration

    ?80%)

    130. tert-Butyl proxyacetate 5 t 107-71-1

    (concentration ?70%)

    131. Tert-Butyl peroxyisobutyrate 5t 109-13-7

    (concentration ?80%)

    132. tert-Butyl peroxy isopropyl 5 t 2372-21-6

    carbonate (concentration ?80%)

    133. tert-Butyl 5 t 1931-62-0

    peroxymaleate(concentration-

    ?80%)

    134. Tert-Butyl peroxypivalate 50 t 927-07-1

    (concentration ?77%)

    135. Dibenzyl peroxydicarbonate 5 t 2144-45-8

    (concentration ?90%)

    136. Di-sec-butyl peroxydicarbonate 5 t 19910-65-7

    (concentration ?80%)

    137. Diethyl peroxydicarbonate 50 t 14666-78-5

    (concentration ?30%)

    138. 2, 2-dihydroperoxypropane 5 t 2614-76-08

    (concentration ?30%)

    139. Di-isobutyryl peroxide 50 t 437-84-1

    3 concentration ?50%)

    140. Di-n-propyl 5 t 16066-38-9

    peroxydicarbonate(concentration

    ?80%)

    141. Ethylene oxide 5 t 50 t 75-21-8 142. Ethyl nitrate 50 t 625-58-1 143. 3, 3, 6, 6, 9, 9Hexamcthyl-1, 2, 4, 50 t 22397-38-7

    5-tert oxacyclononane

    (concentration ?75%)

    144. Hydrogen 2 t 50 t 1333-74-0 145. Liquid Oxygen 200 t 7782-41-7 146. Methyl ethyl ketone peroxide 50t 1338-23-4

    (concentration ?60%)

    147. Melhyl isobutyl ketone 50 t 37206-20-5

    peroxide(concentration ?60%)

    148. Peracelic acid (concentration 50 t 79-21-0

    ?60%)

    149. Propylene oxide 50 t 75-56-9 150. Sodium chlorate 25 t 7775-09-9

     GROUP 4-EXPLOSIVE

    SUBSTANCES

    151. Barium azide 50 t 18810-58-7 152. Bis (2,4, 6-trinilrophenyl) amine 50 t 131-073-7 153. Chlorotrinitro benzene 50 t 28260-61-9 154. Cellulose nitrate (containing 50 t 9004-70-0

    12.6% Nitrogen)

    155. Cyclotetramethyleneteranitramine 50 t 2691-41-0 156. Cyclotrimetylenetiranitramine 50 t 121-82-1 157. Diazodinitrophenol 10 t 7008-81-3 158. Diethylene glycol dinitrate 10 t 693-21-0 159. Dinitrophenol, salts 50 t 160. Ethylene glycol dinitrate 10 t 628-96-6 161. 1-Gyanyl-4-nitrosaminoguanyl-1-10 t 109-27-3

    tetrazene

    162. 2, 2', 4, 4,' 6, 6'-Hexanirostilbene 50 t 20062-22-0 163. Hydrazine nitrate 50 t 13464-97-6 164. Lead azide 50 t 13424-46-9 165. Lead styphnate (Lead 2, 4, 6-50 t 15245 44-0

    trinitroresorcinoxide)

    166. Mercury fuliminate 10 t 20820-45-5 167. N-Methyl-N, 2, 4 6-50t 479-45-8

    tetranitroaniline

    168. Nitroglycerine 10t 10 t 55-63-0 169. Pentacrythritol tetranitrate 50t 78-11-5 170. Picric acid (2, 3, 6-Tr.nitrophenol) 10 t 88-89-1 171. Sodium picramate 50 t 831-52-7 172. Styphnic acid (2, 4, 6-50 t 82-71-3

    Trinitroresorcinol)

    173. 1, 3, 5-Triamino-2, 4, 6-50 t 3058-38-6

    trinitrobenzene

    174. Trinitroaniline- 50 t 2695242-1 175. 2, 4, 6-Trinitroanisole 50 t 606-35-9 176. Trinitrobenzene 50 t 25377-32-6 177. Trinitrobenzoic acid 50 t 2890S-71-7 178. 2,4, 6-Trinitrophenitolc 50 t 47324-3 179. 2,4, 6-Trinitrotulene 50 t 50 t 118-96-7

    PART-II

    Classes of chemicals not specifically named in Part-I

    1 2 3 4

     Group 5-Flammable Chemicals 1 Flammable gases: 15 t 200 t

    Substances which in the gaseous state normal

    pressure and mixed with air become flammable and the

    boiling point of which at normal pressure is 20?C or

    below;

    2 Highly flammable liquids: 1000 t 50,000 t

    Substances which have a flash point lower than 23?C

    and the boiling point Of which at normal pressure is

    above 20?C;

    3 Flammable liquids: 25 t 200 t

    Substances which have a Rash point lower than 65ø C

    and which remain liquid under pressure, where

    particular processing conditions, such as high pressure

    and high temperature, may create major accident

    hazards.

(a) The quantities set-out-below relate to each installation or group of installations

    belonging to the same occupier where the distance between the installations is

    not sufficient to avoid, in foreseeable circumstances, any aggravation of major-

    accident hazards. These quantities apply in any case to each group of

    installations belonging to the same occupier where the distance between the

    installations is less than 500 metres.

    (b) For the purpose of determining the threshold quantity of a hazardous chemical in

    an industrial installation, account shall also be taken of any hazardous chemicals

    which is:-

    (i) in that part of any pipeline under the control of the occupier have control of the

    site, which is within 500 metres off that site and connected to it;

    (ii) at any other site under the control of the same occupier any part of the

    boundary of which is within 500 metres of the said site; and

    (iii) in any vehicle, vessel, aircraft or hovercraft under the control of the same

    occupier which is used for storage purpose either at the site or within 500 metres

    of it;

but no account shall be taken of any hazardous chemical which is in a vehicle,

    vessel, aircraft or hovercraft used for transporting it.

    (c) This applies to ammonium nitrate and mixtures of ammonium nitrate where the

    nitrogen content derived from the ammonium nitrate is greater than 28% by

    weight and aqueous solutions of ammonium nitrate where thc concentration of

    ammonium nitrate is greater than 90% by weight.

(d) This applies to straight ammonium nitrate fertilizers and to compound fertilizers

    where the nitrogen content derived from the ammonium nitrate is greater than

    28% by weight (a compound fertilizer contains ammonium nitrate together with

    phosphate and/or potash).

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