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Experience in Road Side Checks in Ireland (EU-15 Member States). Jean Shannon Inspector ADR Enforcement. Content:. Legislation Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road Act, 1998 Health and Safety Authority - Organisation

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experience in road side checks in ireland eu 15 member states
Experience in Road Side Checks in Ireland (EU-15 Member States)

Jean Shannon

Inspector

ADR

Enforcement

content
Content:
  • Legislation
  • Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road Act, 1998
  • Health and Safety Authority - Organisation
  • Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road Regulations, 2004: Part 6 - Roadchecks
  • Exemptions related to National Transport
  • Driver Duties
  • Roadcheck effectiveness – summary tables
legislation
Legislation
  • Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road Act 1998 (No. 43 of 1998) (CDGRA 1998)
  • Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road Regulations, 2004 (S.I. No. 29 of 2004)(CDGRR 2004)
  • European Communities (Safety Advisors for Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail) Regulations, 2001 (S.I. No. 6 of 2001)
    • Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) appointed as examination body for Dangerous Goods Safety Advisors (DGSA). www.cilt.ie
carriage of dangerous goods by road act 1998
Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road Act, 1998

Appoints CA’s

  • Health and Safety Authority (Classes 2,3,4,5,6,8 and 9)
  • Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform (Class 1)
  • Radiological Protection Institute of Ireland (Class 7)
  • Department of Transport (vehicle testing)
  • National Standards Authority of Ireland (type approvals etc.)
  • Irish National Accreditation Board (accreditation of inspection bodies)
health and safety authority organisation of the adr group
Health and Safety Authority: Organisation of the ADR Group
  • Policy (2 Inspectors)
    • ADR implementation/Policy/Technical Support
    • Exemptions/Derogations
    • Liaison with Industry
    • Service of EU TDGC and WP15
    • Driver Exams/DGSA exams

Enforcement (4 Inspectors)

    • Roadchecks and premises visits
    • DGSA inspections
    • Petroleum Stores and General Health and Safety legislation
cdgrr 2004 enforcement
CDGRR 2004:Enforcement
  • Part 6: Implementation of Directive 95/50/EC
    • Single Agency Checkpoints
    • Multi agency Checkpoints (MACs)
      • Span from 1 – 4 days/week, 30 weeks/year
      • Organised by An Garda Siochana (Police), with other enforcement agencies
        • HSA
        • Department of Transport
        • Revenue Commissioners
        • Local Authorities/Social Welfare
roadchecks macs
Roadchecks (MACs)
  • Procedure
    • Pre-checkpoint briefing – local Garda Station
    • Safe Location – visibility and weather conditions assessed
    • Enough Garda presence to enable pursuit of vehicles
    • Debriefing – problems/difficulties discussed
roadchecks1
Roadchecks
  • Checklist in Annex 1 (Counterfoil Notebook)
  • Carrier/other participants contacted by telephone
  • High risk vehicles may be detained/escorted (Risk Category 1)
  • Payment in lieu of prosecution (OTSFs)
      • €250 per offence
      • No prosecution in respect of alleged offence if payment received
exemptions related to national transport
Exemptions related to National Transport
  • Vehicles registered before 1 April 2002
  • Tanks/Gas receptacles constructed before 1 July 2003
  • UN 1223, UN 1202 and UN 1965
  • Empty uncleaned tanks
  • Pesticides (ADR Class 3 and Class 6)
  • Pump Trucks – mixed loading (not covered under ADR)
driver duties linked to otsf offences
Driver Duties(linked to OTSF offences)
  • Training Cert
  • Instructions in writing (Tremcards)
  • Load stowage and security
  • Removal of placards/orange plates
  • Keep placards and orange plates clean
  • Valves, manlids, etc. closed
  • Ensure earth connection
  • Passengers not permitted
  • Special parking rules
  • In event of accident, notify Carrier/Emergency Services