HSE is consulting on a review of the Dangerous Substances in Harbour Areas regulations 1987 (DSHAR), Approved Code of Practice (COP 18) and guidance HS(R)27. Consultation closes 23rd December.
HSE’s proposes to replace the Dangerous Substances in Harbour Areas Regulations 1987 (DSHAR) with new shorter and more up to date regulations. The consultation also seeks views on a new shorter Approved Code of Practice (ACOP) to support the regulations. The proposals are intended to retain existing levels of health and safety protection in relation to dangerous substances in harbour areas in Great Britain. The proposed new regulations will be re-named the ‘Dangerous Goods in Harbour Areas Regulations.
DECC is consulting on a proposed amendment to enable retrofit Carbon Capture and Storage projects to be eligible for a Contract for Difference. Consultation closes 2nd December.
This consultation seeks views on the government’s proposal to amend the Contracts for Difference (Definition of Eligible Generator) Regulations in order to specify that retrofit Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) projects, involving the connection of an existing power station to a complete CCS system, are eligible for a Contract for Difference (CfD). The proposed change would ensure that existing CCS policy is correctly and expressly reflected in the CfD legislation.