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This code of practice was produced by a technical subcommittee of the AEMSC after a request from the Australian Chief Inspectors of Explosives. It sets out the recommendations and precautions to protect the health, safety and environment of the community, customers and employees in relation to the manufacture, storage, transport and use of precursors in commercial blasting operations. The code does not apply

to the manufacture, storage, transport or use of Class 1 explosives.

1.2 The recommendations contained in this code are based on industry knowledge, Australian Standards and regulations, international guides and codes and advice from regulatory authorities.

 

NOTE: Where there is conflict between the recommendations of this code and national or local legislative requirements, the legislative requirements shall always take precedence.



Organisation:

Department of Mines and Petroleum

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Jurisdiction:

Relates to Western Australia (WA)

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PDF Document
Author:

Australian Explosives Manufacturers Safety Committee

Publisher:

Australian Explosives Manufacturers Safety Committee

Published:

1999

Document Copyright:

Australian Explosives Manufacturers Safety Committee



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