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Improvement measures for chemical accident policies in the chemicals control act and measures to support the industry(I)
In this study, institutional improvement measures for implementing the Chemicals Control Act effectively were drawn with the purpose of supporting the industry. For this, similar domestic and foreign chemical accident prevention policies and regulations to off-site consequence analysis and risk management plan in the Chemicals Control Act were comparatively analyzed.
(1) Matters for the revision of law and notification
o Expansion of applicable fields of off-site consequence analysis
The preparation of a regulation to review the impact on the outside of place of business in case of a land development activity near a hazardous chemical handling facility in Article 58 (Standards, etc. for Granting Permission for Development Activities) and 61 (Related Authorization, Permission, etc. Deemed Granted) of the National Land Planning and Utilization Act was suggested in order to review the impact on the outside of place of business bilaterally just as the land use planning in the UK. It was also suggested to prepare detailed review procedures when reviewing the related information with other acts when a hazardous chemical handling facility was installed.
oExecution of review of off-site consequence analysis and implementation of risk management plan
The review of implementation regarding the off-site consequence analysis and the compliance with the risk management plan was carried out. It was also suggested to reinforce penalty clauses in terms of reinforcing the regulations. However, Article 61 of the Chemicals Control Act was amended while carrying out this project so that the re