CBI Structural Justification _Issue 1

This Specialised Industry Report has been produced by a joint working group of the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and AWE plc on behalf of the Explosives Industry Group of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI).
This Specialised Industry Report is based on licensing work undertaken by AWE and QinetiQ with HSE between 2006 and 2010.
It will assist those who manufacture and store explosives to provide equivalent levels of protection to people or explosives through structural engineering means, rather than compliance with the normally advised minimum separation distances (Quantity-Distances, QDs). Due to time and cost, it is unlikely to be the chosen route to Licensing, where compliance with HSE’s published QDs can be easily achieved.
This Specialised Industry Report describes guidance on accepted practice within the explosives industry. Following it is not compulsory and persons are free to take other action in order to achieve equivalent levels of safety indianfinasteride.com. By following the guidance in this report, persons would normally be compliant with their legal duties. HSE and the CBI Explosives Industry Group may refer to this Specialised Industry Report as illustrating good practice .

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