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Dangerous Goods (Shipping) Regulation 2012

Explanatory Note

L.N. 56 of 2012

Paragraph 22

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22. Section 17 provides that sections 18, 20, 23, 25 and 29 do not apply to pyrotechnic special effects materials (defined in section 2) conveyed in accordance with the requirements specified in the Entertainment Special Effects Ordinance (Cap. 560) by type 3 vessels.

23. Section 18 provides that a permit granted by the Director is required for a type 3 vessel conveying dangerous goods.

24. Section 19 provides that the Director may grant a conveyance permit.

25. Section 20 provides that type 3 vessels carrying on board Class 1, 2, 3 or 3A or Schedule 1 dangerous goods (defined in section 2) must not carry other dangerous goods at the same time.

26. Section 21 provides that type 3 vessels must not carry on board passengers and dangerous goods at the same time.

27. Section 22 provides that passengers on board a type 3 vessel used for a franchised or licensed service under the Ferry Services Ordinance (Cap. 104) must not possess any Class 1 or Schedule 1 dangerous goods.

28. Section 23 provides that a vessel must not tow type 3 vessels carrying on board Class 1 or Schedule 1 dangerous goods.

29. Section 24 restricts the movement of type 3 vessels carrying on board Class 1, 2, 3 or 3A or Schedule 1 dangerous goods.

30. Sections 25 and 26 restrict the anchoring and berthing of type 3 vessels carrying on board Class 1, 3 or 3A or Schedule 1 dangerous goods.

31. Section 27 regulates the movement of type 3 vessels carrying on board Class 1, 2, 3 or 3A or Schedule 1 dangerous goods during a tropical cyclone.