THE PUBLIC LIABILITY INSURANCE RULES, 1991


MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND FORESTS
(Department of Environment, Forests and Wildlife)
New Delhi, the 23rd January, 1991 Magha, 3, 1912 (Saka)
NOTIFICATION1
New Delhi, the 15th May, l991

S.O. 330(E).-In exercise of the powers conferred by section 23 of the Public Liability Insurance Act, 1991, the Central Government hereby makes the following rules, namely-

1. Short title and commencement:

(1) These rules may be called the Public Liability Insurance Rules, 199l.

(2) These rules shall come into force on the date of their publication in the of Official Gazette

2. Definitions:

In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires-

    (a) "Act" means the Public Liability Insurance Act, 1991 (6 of 1991);

    (b) "Advisory Committee" means the committee constituted by the Central government in accordance with section 21 of the Act called the Public Liability Insurance Advisory Committee (PLIAC);

    (c) "Authorised physician" means any person registered under any Central Act or State Act providing for the maintenance of a register of medical practitioners or in any area where no such last mentioned Act is in force, any person declared by State Government by notification in the Official Gazette to be a qualified medical practitioner,

    (d) "Fund" means a fund established and maintained by an owner in accordance with provision to sub-section (3) of section 4 of the Act;

    (e) Words and expressions used in these rules but not defined and defined in the Act shall have the meanings respectively assigned to them in these Acts

3. Application for relief:

An application for claim for relief shall be made to the Collector in Form I.

4. Documents that may be required:

The claim application shall be made to the Collector in Form I accompanied by such of the following documents as may be applicable

    (i) Certificate of an authorised physician regarding disability or injury or illness caused by the accident;

    (ii) Death Certificate and/or post mortem report in the case of a fatal accident;

    (iii) Certificate of the employer regarding loss of wages due to temporary or partial disability, with proof of hospitalisation for a period exceeding three days and certificate about the date of birth or age of victim;

    (iv) Medical bills and receipts;

    (v) Certificate of cost of repairs or replacement of private property damaged by the accident;

    (vi) Any other documents which may have relevance to the claim.

5. Powers of Collector:

    (i) The Collector may follow such summary procedure for conducting an inquiry on an application for relief under the Act, as he thinks fit.

    (ii) The Collector shall have all the powers of a Civil Court for the following purposes namely:-

    (a) summoning and enforcing the attendance of any person and examining him on oath.

    (b) requiring the discovery and production of documents;

    (c) receiving evidence on affidavits;

    (d) subject to the provisions of sections 123 and 124 of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872, requisitioning any public record or document or copy of such record or document from any office;

    (e) issuing commissions for the examining of witness or documents;

    (f) dismissing an application for default or proceeding ex-parte;

    (g) setting aside any order of dismissal of any application for default or any order passed by it ex-parte;

    (h) inherent powers of a civil court as-served under section 151 of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908.

6. Establishment and Administration:

(1) An owner of the category specified in section 4 (3) of the Act shall, with the prior approval of the Central Government, create and establish a fund by depositing with the State Bank of India or any of its subsidiaries or any nationalised bank, a public liability Insurance fund of that owner.

(2) The fund to be created shall be utilised for the purpose of meeting the liability arising out of any claim awarded against the owner who has created the fund and to discharge the amount awarded by the Collector.

(3) The fund shall be operated by an Administrator to be nominated by the owner. The owner shall notify the nomination of the Administrator to the Central Government.

7. Miscellaneous:

(1) The Collector shall maintain a register of the application for relief or claim petitions, and, a register of awards and payment made thereunder.

(2) These Registers shall be kept open to Public inspection from 11.00 AM to 1 PM and 2 PM to 5 PM on every working day.

(3) On a request from a concerned person, the Collector shall supply a copy of or extract from any particulars entered in the registers mentioned above to be true copy or extract thereof.

(4) A copy of or extract from the register(s) of the Collector as certified under the hand of the Collector or any officer authorised to act in this behalf shall in all legal proceedings, bc admissible as evidence as of equal validity with the original.

2[8. Directions:

(1) Any direction issued under section 12 shall be in writing.

(2) The direction shall specify the nature of action to be taken and the time within which it shall be complied with by any owner, person, officer, authority or agency to whom such direction is given.

(3) The owner, person, officer authority or agency to whom any direction is sought to be issued, shall be served with a copy of the proposed direction and shall be given an opportunity of not less than fifteen days from the date of service of the notice to file, with an officer designated in this behalf, the objections, if any, to the issue of the proposed direction.

(4) The Government shall within a period of forty five days from the date of receipt of the objections, or from the date upto which an opportunity is given to the owner, person, officer, authority or agency to file objections, whichever is earlier after considering the objections, if any, received from the owner, person, officer, authority or agency sought to be directed and for reasons to be recorded in writing, confirm, modify or decide not to issue the proposed direction.

(5) In a case where the Government is of the opinion that in view of the likelihood of a grave injury to the public it is not expedient to provide an opportunity to file objections against the proposed direction, it may, for reasons to be recorded in writing, issue directions without providing such an opportunity.

(6) Every notice or direction required to be issued under this rule shall be deemed to be duly served,

(a) where the person to be served is a company, if the document is addressed in name of the company, at its registered office or at its principal office or place or business, and is either,

    (i) sent by registered post; or

    (ii) delivered or affixed al some conspicuous part of the premises at its registered office or at the principal office or place Of business;

(b) where the person to be served is an owner serving in Government, if the document is addressed to the person and a copy thereof is endorsed to his Head of the Department and also to the Secretary to the Government, as the case may be, incharge of the Department in which, for the time being, the business relating to the Department, in which the officer is employed, is transacted and is either,-

    (i) sent by registered post; or

    (ii) is given or tendered to him:

(c) in any other case, of the document is addressed to the person to be served, and--

    (i) is given or tendered to him; or

    (ii) in such person cannot be found, is affixed on some conspicuous part of his last known place or residence or business, or is given or tendered to some adult member of his family or is affixed on some conspicuous part of the land or building, if any, to which it relates, or

    (iii) is sent by registered post to that person.

Explanation-- For the purpose of this rule;-

    (a) "company" means any body corporate and includes a firm or other association of individuals;

    (b) "a Servant" not a member of the family.

9. Manner of giving Notice:

The manner of giving notice under clause (b) of section 18 shal1 be as follows:--

    (a) The notice shall be in writing in Form II.

    (b) The person giving notice may send a copy of the same to-

(i) if the alleged offence has taken place in a Union Territory-

    (a) the Central Board or the Committee/person or body of persons delegated the powers Of the Central Board under the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 (6 of 1974) and Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 (14 of 1981); and

    (b) Ministry of Environment and Forests (represented by the Secretary to the Government of India);

(ii) if the alleged offence has taken place in the State-

    (a) the State Board for the Prevention and Control of Water Pollution constituted under the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 (6 of 1974); and

    (b) the Government of the State (represented by the Secretary to the State Government incharge of Environment); and

    (c) the Ministry of Environment and Forests (represented by the Secretary to the Government of India);

(iii) if the alleged offence has taken place in a District, the District Collector.

    (a) The notice shall be sent by registered post acknowledgment due; and

    (b) The period of sixty days mentioned in clause (b) of section 18 of the Act, (6 of 1991) shall be reckoned from the date it is first received by one of the authorities mentioned above.]

10. Extent of Liability:

(1) Subject to the provision of sub-section (2A) of section 4 of the Act, the maximum aggregate liability of the insurer to pay relief under an award to the several claimants arising out of an accident shall not exceed rupees five crores and in case of more than one accident during the currency of the policy or one year, whichever is less, shall not exceed rupees fifteen crores in the aggregate.

(2) In awarding relief under the Act, the Collector shall ensure that the insurer's maximum liability under the Insurance Policy does not exceed the limits stipulated in sub-rule (1).

(3) Any award for relief which exceeds the amount payable under the insurance Policy shall be met from the Relief Fund and in case the award exceeds the total of the amount of insurance and the Relief Fund, the amount which falls short of such sum payable shall by the owner.

11. Contribution of owner to the Environmental Relief Fund:

(1) An owner shall contribute to the Environmental Relief fund a sum equal to the premium payable to the insurer

(2) Every contribution to the Environmental Relief Fund under sub-rule (I) shall be payable to the insurer, together with the amount of premium.

(3) The contribution receiving by the insurer shall be remitted as per the scheme under section 7A of the Act.]

FORM I

FORM OF APPLICATION FOR COMPENSATION

Shri/Shrimati/Kumari* ________________________________________________ Son of/daughter of/Widow* of Shri _________________________________________ died/had sustained- injuries in an accident on __________________________________ accident and other information are given below :-

1. Name and Father's name of person injured/dead (husband's name in case of married woman or widow)

2. Address of the person injured/dead.

3. Age ___________ Date of Birth __________

4. Sex of the person injured/dead:

5. Place, date and time of accident:

6. Occupation of the person injured/dead:

7. Nature of injuries sustained:

8. Name and Address of Police Station in whose jurisdiction accident took place or was registered:

9. Name and Address of the Medical Officer/Practitioner who attended on the injured/dead:

10. Name and address of the Claimant/ claimants:

11. Relationship with the deceased: who particulars in respect of

12. Any other information that may be considered necessary or helpful in the disposal of the claim:

I hereby swear and affirm that all the facts noted above are true to the best of my knowledge and belief.

SIGNATURE OF THE CLAIMANT

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* Strike out whichever is not applicable


3[FORM-II

FORM OF NOTICE
[See rule 9(1)]
By Registered post acknowledgement due

From* __________________________________
__________________________________
__________________________________

To __________________________________
__________________________________
__________________________________

Notice under clause (b) of Section 18 of the Public Liability Insurance Act, 15991:

Whereas it appears to me/us that an offence under the Public Liability Insurance Act, 1991 (6 of 1991) has been committed/is being committed by**_ __________________________________
__________________________________
__________________________________
__________________________________

I/We hereby give notice of sixty days under clause (b) of section 18 of the Public Liability Insurance Act, 1991 of my/our intention to file a complaint in the Court against (2)

for violation of section of the Public Liability Insurance Act, 1991.

I/We, in support of this notice, hereby enclose the following documents*** as evidence of proof of violation of the Public Liability Insurance Act, 1991:- Place ______________
Date ______________

Signature(s)

* In case the notice is given in the name of a company, documentary evidence authorising the person to sign the notice shall be enclosed to this notice.

** here give the name and address of the alleged offender. In ease of a handling/manufacturing/processing/operating unit indicate the name of the unit/location/and nature of activity.

*** Documentary evidence includes photographs/technical reports/health reports of the area; etc., relating to the alleged violation/offence.] ------------------------------------------------

1 Extract from the Gazette of India: Part II, Sec 3, Sub-sec. (ii) dated 15-5-91.
2 Inserted by G.S.R. 596 (E) dt. 20-9-1991.
3 Inserted by G.S.R. 596(E) dt. 20-9-1991.


MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND FORESTS
(Department of Environment, Forests and Wild Life)
NOTIFICATIONS1
New Delhi, the 15th November, 1991

S.O. 779(E).-In exercise of the powers conferred by section 19 of the Public Liability Insurance Act, 1991 (6 of 1991), the Central Government hereby delegates the powers vested in it under section 12 of the said Act to the respective State Governments, to exercise the same within their respective jurisdiction subject to the condition that the Central Government may revoke such delegation of powers in respect of all or any one or more of the State Governments or may itself invoke the provisions of above section of the Act, if in the opinion of the Central Government such a course of action is necessary in public interest.

[F.N. 18(3)/91-PL]

S.O. 780(E). -In exercise of the powers conferred by section 19 of' the Public Liability Insurance Act, 1991 (6 of 1991), the Central Government hereby delegates the powers and functions vested in it under sections 9, 10 and 11 to the State Governments, to exercise the same within their respective jurisdiction and to the Central Pollution Control Board for the whole of India, subject to the condition that the Central Government may revoke such delegation of powers in respect of all or any one or more of the State Governments or the Central Pollution Control Board, or may itself invoke the provisions of the above section of the Act, if in the opinion of the Central Government such a 60urse of action is necessary in public interest.

[F.N. 18(3)/91-PL]
MUKUL SANWAL, Jt. Secy.

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1 Extracts from the Gazette of India: Extraordinary, Part II, Sec. 3, Sub. Sec. (ii) dated 15.11.91.


MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND FORESTS
NOTIFICATION
New Delhi, the 24th March, 1992

S.0. 227 (E).-In exercise of the powers conferred by clause (d) of Section 2 of the Public Liability Insurance Act, 1991 (6 of 1991), the Central Government hereby specifies the quantities shown in column 3 of the Table below for which or exceeding which every owner handling the hazardous substance mentioned in the corresponding entry in column 2 thereof shall take out insurance policy as per the provisions of the said Act.


TABLE

LIST OF CHEMICALS WITH QUANTITIES FOR APPLICATION OF PUBLIC LIABILITY INSURANCE ACT

 

Sl. No.

Name of hazardous substances

Quantity

CAS Chemical Abstract Service Number

1

2

3

4

PART - 1

GROUP 1 - TOXIC SUBSTANCES

1

Aldicarb

l00 kg

116-06-3

2

4-Aminodiphenyl

1 kg

96-67- 1

3

Amiton

1 kg

78-53-5

4

Anabasine

100 kg

494-52-0

5

Arseinc pentoxide, Arsenic (V) acid & salts

100 kg

6

Arsenic trioxide, Arscius (III) acid & salts

100 kg

7

Arsine (Arsenic hydride)

10 kg

7784-42- 1

8

Azinphos-ethyl

100 kg

2642-71-9

9

Azinphos-methyl

100 kg

86-50-0

10

Benzidine

1 kg

92-87-5

11

Benzidine salts

1 kg

12

Beryllium (powders, compounds)

10 kg

13

Bis (2-chloroethyl) sulphide

1 kg

505-60-2

14

Bis (chloromethyl) ether

1 kg

542-88-1

15

Carbophuran

100 kg

1563-66-2

16

Carbophenothion

100 kg

786-19-6

17

Chlorefenvinphos

100 kg

470-90-6

18

4-(Chloroformyl) morpholine

1 kg

15159-40

19

Chloromethyl methyl ether

1 kg

107-30-2

20

Cobalt (metal, oxides, carbonates, sulphides, as powders)

1 t

21

Crimidine

100 kg

535-89-7

22

Cynthoate

100 kg

3734-95-0

23

Cycloheximide

100 kg

66-81 -9

24

Demeton

100 kg

806548-3

25

Dialifos

100 kg

10311-84-9

26

OO-Diethyl S-ethylsulphinylmethyl phosphorothiate

100 kg

2588-05-8

27

OO-Diethyl S-ethylsulphonylmethyl phosphorothioate

100 kg

2588-06-9

28

OO-Diethyl S-ethylthiomethyl Phosphorothioate

100 kg

2600-69-3

29

OO-Diethyl S-isopropylthiomethyl phosphorodithioate

100 kg

78-52-4

30

OO-Diethyl S-propylthiomethyl phosphorodithioate

100 kg

3309-68-0

31

Dirnefox

100kg

115-264

32

Dimethylcarbamoyl chloride

1 kg

79-44-7

33

Dimelhylnitrosamine

1 kg

62-75-9

34

Dimethyl phosphoramidocynicidic acid

1 t

6391741-9

35

Diphacinone

100kg

82-66-6

36

Disulfoton

100 kg

298-04-4

37

EPN

100 kg

2104-64-5

38

Ethion

100 kg

563-12-2

39

Fensulfothion

100 kg

115-90-2

40

Fluenetil

100 kg

4301-50-2

41

Fluroacetic acid

1 kg

14449-0

42

Fluoroacetic acid, salts

1 kg

43

Ruoroacetic acid, esters

1 kg

44

Fluoroacetic acid, amides

1 kg

45

4-Fluorobutyric acid

1 kg

62-23-7

46

4-Fluorobutyric acid, salts

1 kg

47

4-Fluorobutyric acid, esters

1 kg

48

4-Fluorobutyric acid, amides

1 kg

49

4-Florocrotonic acid

1 kg

37759-72- 1

50

4-Fluorocrotonic acid, salts

1 kg

51

4-Fluorocrotonic acid, esters

1 kg

52

4-Fluorocrotonic acid, amides

1 kg

53

4-Fluoro-2-hydroxybutyric acid, amides

1 kg

54

4-Fluoro-2-hydroxybutyric acid, salts

1 kg

55

4-Fluoro-2-hydroxybutyric acid, esters

1 kg

56

4-Fluoro-2-hydroxybutyric acid, amides

1 kg

57

Glycolonitrile (Hydroxyacetoni trile)

100kg

107-164

58

1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9-Hexachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin

100g

194-8-74-3

59

Hexamethyl phosphoramide

1 kg

680-31-9

60

Hydrogen selenide

10 kg

7783-07-5

61

Isobenzan

100 kg

297-78-9

62

Isodrin

100 kg

465-73-6

63

Juglone (S-Hydroxynaphithalene 1,4 dione)

100 kg

481-39-0

64

4, 4-Methylenebis (2-chloroniline)

10 kg

101-14-4

65

Mthyl isocynate

150 kg

624-83-9

66

Mevinphos

100 kg

7786 34-7

67

2-Naphthylamine

1 kg

91-59-8

68

2-Nickel (metal, oxides, carbonates,

1 t

69

Nickel tetracarbonyl

10kg

13463-39-3

70

Oxygendisulfoton

100 kg

2497-07-6

71

Oxygen difuoride

10kg

7783-41-7

72

Paraxon (Diethyl 4-n;trophenyl phosphate)

100 kg

31145-5

73

Parathionf

100 kg

56-38-2

74

Parathion-methyl

100 kg

298-00-0

75

Pentaborane

100 kg

19624-22-7

76

Phorate

100 kg

298-02-2

77

Phosacetim

100 kg

4104-14-7

78

Phosgene (carbonyl chloride)

750 kg

7544-5

79

Phospharnidon

100 kg

13171-21-6

80

Posphine (Hydrogen phosphide)

100 kg

7803-51 -2

81

Promurit (1-(3, 4-dichlorophenyl) 3-triazenelhiocarboxamide)

100kg

5836-73-7

82

1, 3-Propanesullone

1 kg

1120-714

83

1-Propcn-2-chloro-1, 3-diol diacetate

10 kg

10118-72-6

84

Pyrazoxon

100 kg

108-34-9

85

Selenium hexalluoride

10 kg

7783-79-1

86

Sodium selenite

100 kg

10102-18-8

87

Stibine (Antimony hydride)

100 kg

7803-52-3

88

Sulfotep

100 kg

3689-24-5

89

Sulphur dichloride

1 t

10545-99-0

90

Tellurium hexafluroride

100 kg

7783-80-4

91

TEPP

100 kg

107-49-3

92

2, 3, 7, 8-Telrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD)

1 kg

1746-01 -6

93

Telramethylenedisulphototramine

1 kg

80-12-6

94

Thionazin

100 kg

297-97-2

95

Tirpate (2, 4-Dimethyl-1, 3-di thiolane-2-calboxaldehyde O-methylcarbamoyloxime)

100 kg

26419-73-8

96

Trichloromethanesulphenyl chloride

100 kg

594-42-3

97

1-Tri (cyclohexyl) stannyl-l H-l, 2, 4-triazole

100 kg

41083-11-8

98

Triethylenemelamine

10 kg

51-18-3

99

Warfarin

100 kg

81-81-2

GROUP 2-TOXIC SUBSTANCES

100

Acetone cyanohydrin (2-Cyanopropan-2-01)

200 t

75-86-5

101

Acrolein (2-Propenal)

20 t

107-02-8

102

Acrylonitrile

20 t

107-13-1

103

Allyl alcohol (Propen-1-01)

200 t

107-18-6

104

Alylamine

200 t

107-11-9

105

Ammonia

50 t

7664-41 -7

106

Bromine

40 t

7726-95-6

107

Carbon disulphide

20 t

75-15-0

108

Chlorine

10 t

7782-50-5

109

Dipneyl ethane di-isocynate (MDI)

20 t

101-68-8

110

Ethylene dibromide (1, 2-Dibromocthanc)

5 t

106-93-4

111

Ethyloncimine

50 t

151-56-4

112

Formaldehyde (concentration <90%)

5 t

50-00-0

113

Hydrogen cynide

5 t

74-90-8

114

Hydrogen chloride (liquified gas)

25

7647-01-0

115

Hydrogen fluoride

5 t

7664-39-3

116

Hydrogen sulphide

5 t

7783-064

117

Methyl bromide (Bromomethane)

20 t

74-83-9

118

Nitrogen oxides

50t

11104-93-1

119

Propylineimine

50t

75-55-8

120

Sulphur dioxide

20t

7446-09-5

121

Sulphur trioxide

15t

7446-11-9

122

Tetraethyl lead

5 t

78-00-2

123

Tetramethyl lead

5 t

75-74- 1

124

Toluene di-isocynate (TDI)

10 t

584-84-9

75-01 -4

GROUP 3-HIGHLY REACTIVE SUBSTANCES

125

Acetylene (ethyne)

5 t

74-86-2

126

a. Ammonium nitrate (I)

350 t

6484-52-2

b. Ammonium nitrate in form of fertiliser (2)

1250 t

127

2, 2-Bis (tcrt-butylperoxy) butane) (concentration 70%)

5 t

2167-23-9

128

1, 1-Bis (tert-butylperoxy) cyclohexane (concentration 80%)

5 t

3006-86-8

129

tert-Butyl proxyacetate (concentration 70%)

5 t

107-71-1

130

tert-Butyl peroxyisobutyrate (concentration 80%)

5 t

109-13-7

131

tert-Butyl peroxy isopropY1 carbonate (concentration -- 80%)

5 t

2372-21-6

132

tert-Butyl peroxymalcate (concentration- 80%)

5 t

1931 -62-0

133

tert-Butyl peroxypivalate (concentration 77%)

50 t

927-07-1

134

dibenzyl peroxydicarbonate (concentration 90%)

5 t

2144-45-8

135

Di-sec-butyl peroxydicarbonate (concentration 80%)

5 t

19910-65-7

136

Diethyl peroxydicarbonate (concentration 30%)

50 t

14666-78-5

137

2, 2-dihydroperoxypropanc (concentration 30%)

5 t

2614-76-08

138

di-isobutyryl peroxide concentration 50%)

50 t

3437-84- 1

139

Di-n-propyl peroxydicarbonate (concentration 80%)

5 t

16066-38-9

140

Ethylene oxide

5 t

75-21 -8

141

Elyl nilrat

50 t

625-58-1

142

3, 3, 6, 6, 9, 9Hcxamcthyl-1, 2, 4, 5-tertoxacyclononane (concentration 75%)

50 t

22397-33-7

143

Hydrogen

2 t

1333-74-0

144

Liquid Oxygen

200 t

7782-41 -7

145

Melhyl ethyl ketone peroxide (concentration 260%)

5 t

1338-93-4

146

Methyl isobutyl ketone peroxide (concentration 260%)

50 t

37206-20-5

147

Peracetic acid (concentration 260%)

50 t

79-21-0

148

Propylene oxide

5 t

75-56-9

149

Sodium chlorate

25 t

7775-09-9

GROUP 4 EXPLOSIVE SUBSTANCES

150

Barium azide

50 t

18810-58-7

151

Bis (2,4, 6-trinitrophenyl) amine

50 t

131 -073-7

152

Chlorotrinitro benzene

50 t

28260-61 -9

153

Cellulose nitrate (containing 12.6% Nitrogen)

50 t

9004-70-0

154

Cyclotetramethylenctcranitramine

50 t

2691-41 -0

155

Cyclotrimethylenetiranitramine

50 t

121-82-1

156

Diazodinitsphenol

10 t

7008-81-3

157

Dicthylene glycol dinitrate

10 t

693-21 -0

158

Dinitrophenol, salts

50 t

159

EthyIene glycol dinitrate

10 t

628-96-6

160

l-Gyanyl4-nitrosaminoguanyl- 1 -tetrazene

10 t

109-27-3

161

2, 2', 4, 4,' 6, 6'-Hexanirostilbene

50 t

20062-22-0

162

Hydrazine nitrate

50 t

13464-9 / -6

163

Lead azide

50 t

13424-46-9

164

Lead styphnate (Lead 2, 4, 6-trinitroresorcinoxide)

50 t

15245-44-0

165

Mercury fuliminate

10 t

20820-45-5

628-86-4

166

N-Mcthyl-N,2, 4, 6-tetranitroanilinc

50 t

479t45-8

167

Nitroglycerine

10 t

55-63-0

168

Pentacrylhrilol tetranitrate

50 t

78-11-5

169

Picric acid (2, 3, 6-Trinitrophenol)

50 t

88-89- 1

170

Sodium picramate

50 t

831 -52-7

171

Styphnic acid (2, 4, 6-TriniLroresorcinol

50 t

82-71 -3

172

1, 3, 5-Triamino-2, 4. 6-trinitrobenzene

50 t

3058-38-6

173

Trinitroaniline-

50 t

26952-42- 1

174

2, 4, 6-Trinitroanisole

50 t

605-35 9

175

Trinitrobenzene

50 t

25377-32-6

176

Trinitrobenzoic acid

50 t

35860-50-5

129-66-8

177

Trinitrocresol

50 t

28905-71 -7

178

2,4, 6-Trinitrophenitole

50 t

4732-4-3

179

2,4, 6-Trinitrotulene

50 t

118-96-7

PART-II

Classes of hazardous Substances not specifically named in Part-l

1

2

3

4

 

GROUP 5-FLAMMABLE SUBSTANCES

1

Flammable gases:

15 t

--

Substances which in the gaseous state normal pressure and mixed with air become flammable and the boiling point of which at normal pressure is 20 C or below;

2

Highly flammable liquids:

1000 t

--

Substances which have a flash point lower than 21ø3 C and the boiling point of which at normal pressure is above 20 C,

3

Flammable liquids:

25 t

--

Substances which have a flash point lower than 55 C and which remain liquid- under pressure, where particular processing conditions, such as high pressure and high temperature, may create major accident hazards.

[F.No. 18(13)/91-PL-HSMD]
K.M. CHADHA, Jt,. Secy.

MINISTRY OF ENVIROMMENT & FORESTS
NOTIFICATION
New Delhi, the 27th May, 1992

G.S.R. 562(E).-In Exercise of the powers conferred by section 6 and 25 of the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 (29 of 1986), the Central Government hereby makes the following rules further to amend the Environment (Protection) Rules, 1986, namely:-

1.

(1). These rules may be called the Environment (Protection) Third Amendment Rules, 1992.

(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.

2. In rule 5 of the Environment (Protection) Rules, 1986, in sub-rule 3, in clause (d), after the words "and may", the words "within one hundred and fifty days from such date of publication" shall he inserted.

[No. 1 (18)/86-PL]
R. RAJAMANI, Secy.
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Extract from Gazette of India. Extraordinary, Part II, Section 3, Sub-section (i) dated May 27, 1992.


MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT & FORESTS
NOTIFICATION
New Delhi, the 25th June, 1992

G.S.R. 636(E).-In exercise of the powers conferred by sections 6 and 25 of the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 (29 of 1986), the Central Government hereby makes the following rules further to amend the Environment (Protection) Rules, 1986, namely:

1. (1) These rules may be called Environment (Protection) Fourth Amendment Rules, 1992.

(2) They shall come in to force on the dale of their publication in the Official Gazette.

2. In rules 5 of the Environment (Protection) Rules, 1986 in sub-rule 3, in clause (d) for words "one hundred and fifty days" the words "one hundred and eighty days" shall be substituted.

[No. I (18)/86-PL]
R. RAJAMANI, Secy.


FOOT NOTE.- The Principal Rules were published in the Gazette of India vide Notification No. S.O. 844(E) dated 191h November, 1986 and subsequently amended vide: (1) S.O. 82(E) dated the 16th February, 1987:
(2) S.O. 393(E) dated the 16th April, 1987;
(3) S.O. 433(E) dated the 18th April, I 987;
(4) S.O. 64(E) dated the 18th January, 1988;
(5) G.S.R. 919(E) dated the 12th September, 1988;
(6) S.O. 8(E) dated the 3rd January, 1989;
(7) G.S.R. 913(E) dated the 24th October, 1989;
(8) S.O. 914(E) dated the 24th October,1989;
(9) G.S.R. 931(E) dated the 27th October, 1989;
(10) G.S.R. 1063(E) dated the 25th December, 1989;
(11) S.O. 12(E) dated the 8th January, 1990;
(12) G.S.R. 54(E) dated the 5th February, 1990;
(13) S.O. 136(E) dated the 9th February, 1990;
(14) G.S.R. 742(E) dated the 13th August, 1990;
(15) S.O. 23(E) dated the 16th January, 1991;
(16) S.O. 80(E) dated the 8th February, 1991;
(17) S.O. 114(E) dated the 19th February, 1991;
(18) G.S.R. 85(E) dated the 20th February, 1991;
(19) G.S.R. 93(E) dated the 21st February, 1991;
(20) S.O. 190(E) dated the 18th March, 1991;
(21) S.O. 416(E) dated the 20th June,1991;
(22) S.O. 479(E) dated the 25th July, 1991;
(23) S.O. 23(E) dated the 9th January, 1992;
(24) G.S.R. 329(E) dated the 13th March, 1992;
(25) G.S.R. 562(E) dated the 27th May, 1992.

Extract from Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part-II, Section 3, Sub-section (i), dated June 25, 1992.


MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT & FORESTS
NOTIFICATION
New Delhi, the 6th July, 1992

S.O. S01 E.-In exercise of the powers conferred by section 17 of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Cess Act, 1977 (Act 36 of 1977); the Central Government hereby makes the following rules further to amend the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Cess Rules, 197B, namely:-

1.

(i) These rules may be called the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Cess (Amendment) Rules, 1992.

(ii) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.

2. In the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Cess Rules, 1978;-

(a) for sub-clause (i) of clause (b) of rule 2, the following shall be substituted, namely:-

    "(i) in relation to a Union Territory, the member-secretary of the Central Pollution Control Board and in those Union Territories where Pollution Control Committees have been constituted by the Administrator/Lt. Governor, a member nominated by the Administrator/Lt. Governor, a member nominated by the Chairman thereof, and".

(b) after rule 6, the following rule shall be inserted, namely:-

    "6A Collection by States/Union Territories:-The Cess Collecting Authority of the State/Union Territory shall furnish a statement with the Central Government before the 10th day of the calendar month of January, April, July and October showing assessment of Cess of specified industries, its collection and arrears".

(c) in sub-clause (a) of clause (I) of rule 9, after the words "Chairman thereof", the following shall be added, namely:-

"and in those Union Territories where Pollution Control Committees have been constituted by the Administrator/Lt. Governor, the Chairman of such committee; and two members to be nominated by the Chairman thereof;

[No. Q-15015 (1)/92-CPW]
MUKUL SANWAL, Jt. Secy.

Note: The Principal rules were published in the Gazette of India vide GSR 378 (E) dated 24-7-1978 and subsequently amended vide GSR 504(E) dated 25-7-1991.


Extract from Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part II, Section 3, Sub-Section (ii), dated July 6,1992.