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Schedule 2 Equipment excluded from regulations

Schedule 2
Equipment excluded from regulations
Reg 4
Air-conditioning systems in vehicles
Aircraft—equipment on
Compressed air hand tools
Cranes used solely for lifting and towing damaged or broken-down motor vehicles
[Cylinders]
Distribution systems within the meaning of the Gas Act 1992
Earth-moving and forestry equipment, not including such equipment being use as a crane
Fire extinguishing systems that consist of—
(a)
Fixed flooding systems:
(b)
Portable extinguishers
Gas appliances or gas installations within the meaning of the Gas Act 1992, but boilers, fired heaters, gas turbines, hot water boilers, and pressure vessels that are within that Act are not excluded and anything listed in an Order in Council made under section 3(2)(b) or (c) of that Act is not excluded
Geothermal wells—equipment used in drilling, repair, or testing
Hydraulic systems not related to cranes, passenger ropeways, or pressure equipment
Internal combustion engines and their cooling systems
[Low hazard pressure containers—equipment excluded is—
(a)
aerosol dispensers; and
(b)
aerosol containers with a water capacity of less than 50 ml or for which the absolute pressure developed at 20°C is less than 170 kPa; and
(c)
cartridges with a water capacity of less than 170 ml; and
(d)
non-refillable containers with a water capacity of less than 100 ml; and
(e)
cylinders with a water capacity of less than 120 ml if the contents are a liquefied gas with flammable properties; and
(f)
cylinders with a water capacity of less than 500 ml if the contents are not a liquefied gas with flammable properties.]
Machinery that is driven solely by manual or animal power
Military equipment—equipment designed to military specifications and manufactured and deployed specifically for operational military purposes
Mining or quarrying operations—equipment excluded is—
(a)
Machinery used by mining operations to raise or convey people or materials, and
(b)
Plant (mobile or stationary) used by mining or quarrying operations to excavate, process, or transport materials taken from the earth by those operations; and
(c)
Pumping machinery used by mining or quarrying operations
Offshore petroleum installations—equipment on
Petroleum wells—equipment used in drilling, repair, or testing
Pipelines authorised by the Petroleum Act 1937 and pipelines to which the Gas Act 1992 applies
Pressure vessels used in connection with compressors that compress natural gas or biogas for transmission
Refrigeration systems on vehicles or transport containers
Refrigerators intended for domestic or retail use
Ships—equipment on
Side-loading or end-loading transporters used to handle freight containers, logs, pallets, rubbish skips, or timber
Tubes, tyres, and similar inflatable devices
Vehicles—equipment excluded is—
(a)
Braking systems; and
(b)
Fuel tanks; and
(c)
Refrigeration systems

History Note - Regulations of New Zealand

Schedule 2 was amended, as from 16 October 2008, by cl 5(a) Health and Safety in Employment (Pressure Equipment, Cranes, and Passenger Ropeways) Amendment Regulations 2008 (SR 2008/314) by substituting the item “Cylinders” for “Cylinders within the meaning of the Dangerous Goods (Class 2–Gases) Regulations 1980”.
Schedule 2 was amended, as from 16 October 2008, by cl 5(b) Health and Safety in Employment (Pressure Equipment, Cranes, and Passenger Ropeways) Amendment Regulations 2008 (SR 2008/314) by inserting the item “Low hazard pressure containers”.

Historical Versions - Regulations of New Zealand

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Schedule 2
Equipment excluded from regulations
Reg 4
Air-conditioning systems in vehicles
Aircraft—equipment on
Compressed air hand tools
Cranes used solely for lifting and towing damaged or broken-down motor vehicles
Cylinders within the meaning of the Dangerous Goods (Class 2—Gases) Regulations 1980
Distribution systems within the meaning of the Gas Act 1992
Earth-moving and forestry equipment, not including such equipment being use as a crane
Fire extinguishing systems that consist of—
(a)
Fixed flooding systems:
(b)
Portable extinguishers
Gas appliances or gas installations within the meaning of the Gas Act 1992, but boilers, fired heaters, gas turbines, hot water boilers, and pressure vessels that are within that Act are not excluded and anything listed in an Order in Council made under section 3(2)(b) or (c) of that Act is not excluded
Geothermal wells—equipment used in drilling, repair, or testing
Hydraulic systems not related to cranes, passenger ropeways, or pressure equipment
Internal combustion engines and their cooling systems
Machinery that is driven solely by manual or animal power
Military equipment—equipment designed to military specifications and manufactured and deployed specifically for operational military purposes
Mining or quarrying operations—equipment excluded is—
(a)
Machinery used by mining operations to raise or convey people or materials, and
(b)
Plant (mobile or stationary) used by mining or quarrying operations to excavate, process, or transport materials taken from the earth by those operations; and
(c)
Pumping machinery used by mining or quarrying operations
Offshore petroleum installations—equipment on
Petroleum wells—equipment used in drilling, repair, or testing
Pipelines authorised by the Petroleum Act 1937 and pipelines to which the Gas Act 1992 applies
Pressure vessels used in connection with compressors that compress natural gas or biogas for transmission
Refrigeration systems on vehicles or transport containers
Refrigerators intended for domestic or retail use
Ships—equipment on
Side-loading or end-loading transporters used to handle freight containers, logs, pallets, rubbish skips, or timber
Tubes, tyres, and similar inflatable devices
Vehicles—equipment excluded is—
(a)
Braking systems; and
(b)
Fuel tanks; and
(c)
Refrigeration systems
MARIE SHROFF,
Clerk of the Executive Council.

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