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COMAH regulated site responsibilities

COMAH site responsibilities

If you operate a site covered by the Control of Major Accident Hazard (COMAH) Regulations, you must:

If there are any significant changes to the information you provided in your notification you must tell the HSENI or HSE immediately. You must also tell them if your site closes, or if any part of the site closes where dangerous substances are handled, produced, used or stored.

All COMAH sites must send a new notification to the competent authority by 1 June 2016.

Further information

Contact your environmental regulator

HSE: COMAH

HSENI: COMAH Guidance for Northern Ireland

HSENI: Guidance on preparing safety reports

HSE: COMAH - Safety reports

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