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[5A Application of regulations to UNRTDG cylinders

[5A
Application of regulations to UNRTDG cylinders
(1)
Parts 2 and 2A, which relate to the design, construction, and initial testing of cylinders (including fire extinguishers), do not apply to a cylinder that is marked, in accordance with clause 6.2.2.7 of Chapter 6.2 of UNRTDG, with markings that—
(a)
are affixed by or on behalf of the government of a country other than New Zealand; and
(b)
certify that the cylinder has been designed and constructed, and passed initial inspections and tests, in accordance with Chapter 6.2 of UNRTDG.
(2)
Regulations 39 to 42, which relate to the marking of cylinders, do not apply to a cylinder that is marked in accordance with clause 6.2.2.7 of Chapter 6.2 of UNRTDG.
(3)
A test certifier may issue an import test clearance for a cylinder in accordance with the Schedule if the cylinder has markings that—
(a)
are made by or on behalf of the government of a country other than New Zealand; and
(b)
certify that the cylinder has passed initial inspections and tests, or periodic tests, in accordance with Chapter 6.2 of UNRTDG.
(4)
All cylinders repaired in New Zealand must be repaired in accordance with Part 8A.]

History Note - Regulations of New Zealand

These Regulations were revoked, as from 1 December 2017, by reg 4(1) Hazardous Substances (Health and Safety Reform Revocations) Regulations 2017 (LI 2017/233).
Regulation 5A was inserted, as from 1 November 2012, by reg 5 Hazardous Substances (Compressed Gases) Amendment Regulations 2012 (SR 2012/284).

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