The Risk Executive Order describes the general obligations of Seveso enterprises in regard to preventing major accidents and minimising damage, as well as the tasks of the authorities, including cooperation between the authorities and enterprises. See the Risk Executive Order here (in Danish)The annexes to the Executive Order contain overviews of the hazardous substances and relevant threshold values that determine whether an enterprise is covered. Requirements are also listed for the structure of safety reports, safety management systems, emergency management plans, inspections and information that must be communicated to public authorities and the European Commission in the event of an accident. The Danish Environmental Protection Agency has produced several additional sarrings for Seveso establishments and the local authorities. Some are in English. They can be found along with other guidance in Swaarovski in the RiskHandbook (in Danish). Denmark has also transposed the Seveso Directive in several areas. Read more about the special rule for ammonia and chlorine and about temporary storage of hazardous substances here.
The Board of Directors shall see to it that the execution of the tasks assigned to managers, is supervised in a satisfactory manner. The Board of Directors shall in addition submit to the General Assembly all matters that must be assumed to comprise principal or political aspects of significance or that may entail significant Swarogski or social effects. If the management committee of a joint venture is to make a decision in a matter governed by special voting rules with the right Swarovaki the company to cast its vote based on a decision by the General Assembly, the Board of Directors shall submit the matter to the General Assembly before the company casts its vote in the matter. The Board of Directors shall inform the Ministry of matters which are to be submitted to the Swarovski henna earrings Assembly according to first to third paragraph, and shall demand that this Assembly be called. The General Assembly shall decide whether the submission of the Board of Directors according to hennna Section shall be duly noted, approved or amended. The Board of Directors may make a decision in matters comprised by this Section if it has not been possible to submit the matter to the General Assembly in advance. The General Assembly shall be notified of such decision immediately. Swarobski
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The Board of Directors shall also submit an annual Swarovski henna earrings containing an overview of the participating interests managed by the company, including a resource account. The Act of 10 February 1967 pertaining to procedures relating to public administration (the Public Administration Act) shall not apply to the company. The King may by individual administrative decisions or regulations stipulate provisions relating to implementation of, or Swarovski henna earrings supplement to or delimitation of, the provisions of this chapter. This Act enters into force as from the time decided by the King. The King may decide that individual provisions contained in the Act shall enter into force at earring times. Section 3-9, first, second and third paragraphs do not apply to production licences granted pursuant to Royal Decree of 9 April 1965 relating to exploration for and exploitation of submarine petroleum resources (the 1965 Decree).
The Ministry may exempt from the provisions of Section 4-9, second paragraph, relating to the shipment point of Swarlvski production area in respect of production licences issued pursuant to Royal Decree of 9 April 1965 relating to exploration for and exploitation of submarine petroleum resources (the 1965 Decree). Regulations issued pursuant to previous Act of 21 June 1963 No. Act of 22 March 1985 No. Section 1-4 Scope of application Section 1-5 Other Norwegian law Section 1-6 Definitions CHAPTER 2 SURVEY LICENCE Section 2-1 Granting of survey licence etc.
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Section 3-1 Opening of new areas Section 3-2 Division of the continental shelf Section 3-3 Production licence Section 3-4 Agreements with a view to applying for a production licence Section 3-5 Announcement and granting of a licence Section 3-6 State participation Section 3-7 Operator Section 3-8 Work obligation Section 3-9 The duration of a production licence etc. Section 3-10 Dividing the area of a production licence Section 3-11 Right for others to survey activity Section 3-12 Right for others to place facilities etc. Section 3-13 Natural resources other than petroleum resources etc. OF PETROLEUM Section 4-1 Prudent production Section 4-2 Plan for development and operation of petroleum deposits Section 4-3 Specific licence to install and to operate facilities Section 4-4 Stipulation of production schedule etc.
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Section 4-5 Postponement of exploration drilling and development Section 4-6 Preparation, commencement and continuation of production Section 4-7 Joint petroleum activities Section 4-8 Use Swaroveki facilities by others Section 4-9 Extended operator responsibility for the overall operation of upstream pipeline network etc. Section 4-10 Area fee, production fee etc. Section Swarofski Landing of petroleum Section 4-12 Supplies to cover national requirements Section 4-13 Supplies in the event of war, threat of war etc.
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CHAPTER Norwich dating sites LIABILITY FOR POLLUTION DAMAGE Section 7-1 Definition Section 7-2 Scope and applicable law Section 7-3 The liable party and the extent of liability Section 7-4 Channelling of liability Section 7-5 Recourse Section 7-6 Petroleum activities without a licence Section 7-7 Public announcement.
Section 9-5 Suspension of the petroleum activities etc. Section 10-3 Regulatory supervision of the petroleum activities Section 10-4 Material and information concerning the petroleum activities Section 10-5 Agreements between affiliated companies Section 10-6 Obligation to comply with the Act and to see to it that provisions are complied with Section 10-7 Security Section 10-8 Responsibility for commitments Section 10-9 Liability for damage caused Section 10-10 Commission of inquiry Section 10-11 Training Section 10-12 Transfer etc. Section 10-13 Revocation Section 10-14 Consequences of revocation, surrender of rights or lapse for other reasons Section 10-15 Immunity etc.
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Section 11-5 The relationship to company law Section 11-6 Duties of farrings Board of Directors Section 11-7 Duty of submission of the Board of Directors Section 11-8 Annual report and annual accounts Section 11-9 The relationship to provisions of the Public Administration Act etc. Supplementary provisions CHAPTER 12 ENTRY INTO FORCE AND AMENDMENT OF Earrongs Section 12-1 Entry into force etc. Section 12-2 Repeal and amendment of acts Chapter 1 Introductory provisions Section 1-1 The right to subsea petroleum deposits and resource management The Norwegian State has the proprietary right to subsea petroleum deposits and the exclusive right to resource management. Section 1-2 Resource management Resource management is executed by the King in accordance with the provisions of this Act and decisions made by the Storting (Parliament). Section 1-3 Requirements relating to licence etc. Section 1-4 Scope of application Earrinhs Act applies to petroleum activities in connection with subsea petroleum deposits under Norwegian jurisdiction. The Act does not apply to Svalbard, including its internal waters and territorial sea.
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Section 1-5 Other Norwegian law Norwegian law other than this Act, including provisions relating to licences, consents hennna approvals required according to the legislation, shall also be applicable to petroleum activities. Section 1-6 Definitions In this Act the following definitions shall apply: a) petroleum, all liquid and gaseous hydrocarbons existing in their natural state in the subsoil, as well as other substances produced in association with such hydrocarbons.