This Guidance replaces the version issued in November 2012. Only the section on Transitional Provisions (pages 12 and 13) has been revised, to update the implementation of this part of the regulations.
With the adoptionof the Carriage of Explosives (Amendment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2012, this guide brings to a satisfactory conclusion a long period of negotiation and sustained work by EIG, to bring about such a significant change in Explosives Legislation – the effort to achieve which has been very worthwhile, given the forthcoming and anticipated benefits to all EIG Members affected by the explosives classification processes.
ICoP for Northern Ireland can be downloaded here.
The version applicable to the remainder of the UK is available here
CDG 2011 has at last been signed by the authorised DfT Minister and placed on the Floor of the House, to come into force on 24th October 2011. A copy of the regulations are now available on the OPSI website.
With the laying of these Regulations before Parliament, it brings to a satisfactory conclusion a long period of negotiation and sustained work by EIG, to bring about such a significant change in Explosives Legislation – the effort to achieve which has been very worthwhile, given the forthcoming and anticipated benefits to all EIG Members affected by the explosives classification processes.
ICoP for the UK (excluding Northern Ireland) ICoP v2.15
Hard copies are available for a small fee from EIG direct
The Drafts for CEN Enquiry for theatrical pyrotechnic articles are available as BSI Drafts for Public Comment on e-committees. The drafts are also available to view and comment online via the BSI Draft Review System. Anyone can view and comment on the online versions by logging onto the system (after registering on the first visit). The links, which you may forward to any interested parties, are as follows.
The public comment period for these drafts ends on 30 June 2011 but I hope that any important issues will be raised much earlier, so that they can be discussed at the CII/47 meetings arranged for 10 May 2011 (at CBI) and 21 June 2011.
If you have more general comments then please send them to me (email@example.com) AND Roger Tanfield (firstname.lastname@example.org) directly
The World Famous, a cutting-edge pyrotechnic arts and outdoor theatre company seeks:
Operations and Systems Manager to manage their facility in Hadlow, systemise the operations of the company and develop their expertise in legality, safety and transportation.
This is a full time position and a 2 year fixed term contract, in first instance. Based in Kent – Salary: £23,500 – £27,000 pa
Closing Date: 6th April 2010
Click here for Operations and Systems Manager Job Description.pdf
Click here for Operations_and_Systems_Manager_Person_Specification.pdf