Dangerous Substances definition

Dangerous Substances means a substance or article described in regulation 3 of the Dangerous Substances Regulations;
Dangerous Substances means any radioactive or other emissions and any natural or artificial substances (whether in solid or liquid form or in the form of a gas or vapour and whether alone or in combination with any other substance) capable (in each case) of causing harm to man or any other living organism or damaging the environment or public health or welfare including (without limitation) any controlled, special, hazardous, toxic, radioactive or dangerous waste whether or not such emission, substance or waste is referred to specifically in or regulated under any Environmental Law;
Dangerous Substances means any radioactive or other emissions and any natural or artificial substances (whether in solid or liquid form or in the form of a gas or vapour and whether alone or in combination with any other substance) capable (in each case) of causing harm to man or any other living organism or damaging the environment or public health or welfare including (without limitation) any controlled, special, hazardous, toxic, radioactive or dangerous waste whether or not such emission, substance or waste is referred to specifically in or regulated under any Environmental Law; "Employment Law" means and includes all European Community, national or local laws, regulations, codes of practice, guidance notes and the like issued by statutory bodies or FISA in the United Kingdom each as in existence or formally proposed at the date hereof and any statute, regulation, statutory instrument or legislative provision which amends, extends, consolidates or replaces the same from time to time (or shall have done so) and any other regulation, statutory instrument or other subordinate legislation made hereunder or pursuant thereto concerning the health, safety, training and competence of any person engaged in work on forest land and/or to do with a tree or roundwood directly derived from a tree on forest land which are applicable either directly or indirectly to the business of the Purchaser and judicial or administrative interpretation of each of the foregoing;

Examples of Dangerous Substances in a sentence

  • The storage and use of this product is subject to the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations (DSEAR).

  • The requirements are given in the HSE Approved Code of Practice and Guidance, Storage of Dangerous Substances: DSEAR.

  • Industrial Safety and Health Act, Dangerous Substances (Japan): This material contains no reportable components.Poisonous and Deleterious Substances Act (Japan): This material contains no reportable components.Chemical Substances Subject to Permission (Korea): This material contains no reportable components.Restricted or Prohibited Substances (Korea): This material contains no reportable components.

  • Prescription Drug coverage for Controlled Dangerous Substances may be limited or excluded when Controlled Dangerous Substances have been prescribed by multiple prescribers on a concurrent basis, where a prescriber agrees prescriptions were obtained through Member misrepresentation to that prescriber.

  • The principles contained in the HSE Guidance Note: Storage of Packaged Dangerous Substances, should be observed when storing this product.


More Definitions of Dangerous Substances

Dangerous Substances means radioactive, explosive, highly flammable or otherwise dangerous substances, other than nuclear matter;
Dangerous Substances. ' means substances listed as such in the Sixth Schedule.
Dangerous Substances means any substances capable of causing harm to man or any other living organism or damaging the environment.
Dangerous Substances means goods or materials of a noxious, hazardous, inflammable, explosive, dangerous or offensive nature or which are in any way likely to cause damage (including without limitation any radioactive substances or materials);
Dangerous Substances means substances or preparations within the meaning of Council Directive 67/548/EC* and Directive 1999/45/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council**; 11
Dangerous Substances means dangerous substances or preparations as defined in Council Directive 67/548/EC of 27 June 1967 on the approximation of laws, regulations and administrative provisions relating to the classification, packaging and labelling of dangerous substances1 and Directive 1999/45/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 31 May 1999 concerning the approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States relating to the classification, packaging and labelling of dangerous preparations2;
Dangerous Substances means any radioactive or other emissions and any natural or artificial substances (whether in solid or liquid form or in the form of a gas or vapour and whether alone or in combination with any other substance) capable (in each case) of causing harm to man or any other living organism or damaging the environment or public health or welfare including (without limitation) any controlled, special, hazardous, toxic or radioactive substance whether or not such emission, substance or waste is referred to specifically in or regulated under any Environmental Law.