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Schedule 2 Information required in notice for design or relocation of production installation

Schedule 2
Information required in notice for design or relocation of production installation
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1
The name and address of the duty holder for the installation.
2
A description of the design process from an initial concept to the submitted design and the design philosophy used to guide the process.
3
A description of the chosen design concept, including suitable diagrams.
4
A demonstration that the chosen design concept is inherently safer than the alternative design options that were considered.
5
A description of the criteria used to select the chosen design concept and the process by which the selection was made.
6
A description of how the chosen design concept is intended to ensure that the designs to which an installation is to be constructed are such that, so far as is reasonably practicable,—
(a)
the installation can withstand forces acting on it as are reasonably foreseeable:
(b)
the installation's layout and configuration, including those of its plant, will not prejudice its integrity:
(c)
fabrication, transportation, construction, commissioning, operation, modifications, maintenance, and repair of the installation may proceed without prejudice to its integrity:
(d)
the installation may be decommissioned and dismantled safely:
(e)
in the event of reasonably foreseeable damage to the installation, the installation will retain sufficient integrity to enable action to be taken to safeguard the health and safety of persons on or near it.
7
A description of how the chosen design concept is intended to ensure that major accident hazards are reduced to the lowest level that is reasonably practicable.
8
A description of—
(a)
the principal systems on the installation:
(b)
the installation layout:
(c)
the process technology to be used:
(d)
the principal features of any pipeline:
(e)
any petroleum-bearing reservoir intended to be exploited using the installation:
(f)
the basis of any design for any wells to be connected to the installation.
9
A suitable plan of the intended location of the installation and of anything that may be connected to it.
10
Particulars of the operating and environmental conditions to which the installation may foreseeably be subject and, in the case of an offshore installation, the properties of the seabed and subsoil at its location.
11
Particulars of the types of operation, and activities in connection with an operation, that the installation may perform.
12
A general description of the means by which the management system of the duty holder will ensure that the structure and plant of the installation will be designed, selected, constructed, and commissioned in a way that will control major accident hazards to a level that is as low as is reasonably practicable.
13
A summary of the arrangements that will be put in place for verifying the safety-critical elements.
14
A summary of the arrangements that will be put in place for the periodic assessment of the installation’s integrity.
15
Where a production installation is to be moved to a new location, an explanation of why the duty holder considers the installation suitable for the new location.

History Note - Regulations of New Zealand

These Regulations were revoked, as from 4 April 2016, by reg 79 Health and Safety at Work (Petroleum Exploration and Extraction) Regulations 2016 (LI 2016/18). See reg 5 and Schedule 1 of those Regulations for the transitional, savings, and related provisions.

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