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Source: Zuständigkeitsfinder Schleswig-Holstein (Linie6PLus)
The person responsible for blasting with explosive substances must notify the competent authority of the blasting in writing.
The person responsible must hold a permit to purchase and handle explosive substances and a certificate of competence for the handling and/or transportation of explosive substances in accordance with the Explosives Act.
Blasting in facilities approved in accordance with § 4 of the Federal Immission Control Act (e.g. in quarries) is exempt from the notification requirement.
Who should I contact?
To the State Occupational Safety and Health Authority at Unfallkasse Nord (UK-Nord).
Which documents are required?
The notification must be made in writing in duplicate and contain all the information specified in § 1 of the Third Ordinance to the Explosives Act. The notification must state
- Place, date and time of the blasting (in the case of several blasts, the period in which they are to be carried out),
- the name and address of the persons responsible for the blasting and
- the number, date and issuing authority of the valid permit in accordance with § 7 or § 27 of the Explosives Act and the valid certificate of competence in accordance with § 20 of the Explosives Act.
The following information or documents must also be enclosed:
- Description of the blasting work according to type, procedure and scope of the blasting,
- technical blasting data, such as the type and maximum quantity of explosives and detonating agents to be used per blast,
- Distance of the blasting sites from buildings and facilities requiring special protection within a radius of at least 1,000 m, in particular from hospitals, schools, old people's and children's homes, sports facilities and playgrounds,
- Safety measures, in particular cover rooms for employees, barriers along traffic routes and precautions to protect neighboring residential and workplaces against flying stones, vibrations, blasting fumes and noise,
- a scaled site plan (cordon plan) or documents with information on the distance of the blasting sites from traffic routes, residential and workplaces and public supply facilities within a radius of at least 300 m and
- if necessary, calculation and planning documents as well as expert reports.
What are the fees?
What deadlines do I have to pay attention to?
The notification must
- at least four weeks before the start of blasting if several blasts of the same type are to be carried out, and
- at least one week before any other blasting (single blasting).
- § Section 1 Third Ordinance to the Explosives Act (3. SprengV),
- § Section 4 of the Federal Immission Control Act (BImSchG).
What else should I know?
If changes to the content of the notification occur after the notification has been made, a notification of change is also required in duplicate.
The text was automatically translated based on the German content.