• type e high explosives | natural resources canada

    Type E High Explosives | Natural Resources Canada

    Type E explosives: High explosives. E.1 - blasting and bulk explosives; E.2 - perforating explosives; E.3 - special application explosives. UN classification: The UN system consists of nine classes of dangerous materials, with explosives designated as Class 1.

  • explosives | natural resources canada

    Explosives | Natural Resources Canada

    Sellers of explosives precursor chemicals, or restricted components, are required to be enrolled in a program administered through the Explosives Act. ESSB’s Canadian Explosives Research Laboratory conducts science and technology research related to the safety and security of explosives, including blasting explosives, explosives precursors

  • guideline for applying for an approval letter | natural

    Guideline for Applying for an Approval Letter | Natural

    August 2014. Amendments to the Explosives Regulations introduce a new requirement for all permit, factory licence, and magazine licence holders of types E (high), I (initiation systems), and D (military and law enforcement) explosives to undergo screening for the purposes of protecting persons, property, and the environment from harm and/or keeping dangerous substances secure.

  • frequently asked questions on explosives regulations, 2013

    Frequently Asked Questions on Explosives Regulations, 2013

    The requirements for a Security Plan are contained in the Explosives Regulations, 2013 and is required of licences and certificates for manufacturing and storing type E (high explosives), type I (initiation systems) and type D (military and law enforcement explosives). It is designed to ensure licensees have addressed specific elements involved

  • explosives regulations | natural resources canada

    Explosives Regulations | Natural Resources Canada

    Natural Resources Canada’s (NRCan) Explosives Safety and Security Branch (ESSB) administers the Explosives Act and Regulations, and supports industry stakeholders.If you are a manufacturer, importer, exporter, transporter, seller or user of explosives, you should be aware of the regulations involved in the industry, and how they impact you.

  • natural resources canada - cbsa-asfc.gc.ca

    Natural Resources Canada - cbsa-asfc.gc.ca

    This field is necessary to identify the Import Permit being used to bring the explosives products into Canada. Any explosives products being imported must be listed on the Explosives Import Permit. The permit number is present on an Explosives Import Permit that is presented as a PGA document in the release package today in paper.

  • memorandum d19-6-1 - import, export and in transit

    Memorandum D19-6-1 - Import, export and in transit

    The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) assists Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) with the administration of the Explosives Act and Explosives Regulations, 2013.This memorandum outlines the policies and procedures relating to the import, export and in transit movement of explosives.

  • explosives regulations, 2013

    Explosives Regulations, 2013

    Explosives Regulations, 2013. SOR/2013-211. EXPLOSIVES ACT. Registration 2013-11-27. Explosives Regulations, 2013. P.C. 2013-1283 2013-11-26. His Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of Natural Resources, pursuant to section 5 Footnote a of the Explosives Act Footnote b, makes the annexed Explosives Regulations, 2013.

  • explosives regulations, 2013

    Explosives Regulations, 2013

    (e) a description of the safety and security features of the site (for example, signs, alarm systems, barriers, fencing and berms); and (f) for each magazine at the site, (i) the tag number, if any, issued by the Explosives Regulatory Division, Department of Natural Resources,

  • administration of the explosives act

    Administration of the Explosives Act

    Type C.2 – Power Device cartridges 150,000 cartridges Type C.3 – Percussion Caps Unlimited Type D- Military and Law Enforcement Explosives 0 Type E.1, E.2, E.3 - High Explosives (blasting, perforating, special-application) 0 Type F.1 – Consumer Fireworks 1,000 kg Gross Type F.2 – Display Fireworks 25 kg Gross/500 units

  • travellers - restricted and prohibited goods

    Travellers - Restricted and Prohibited Goods

    Explosives, fireworks and ammunition: You must have written authorization and import permits to bring explosives, fireworks and certain types of ammunition into Canada. For more information, refer to Memorandum D19-6-1 - Administration of the Explosives Act or contact Natural Resources Canada .

  • explosives regulations, 2013

    Explosives Regulations, 2013

    Application. Marginal note: Application for certificate — pyrotechnician 388 (1) An applicant for a fireworks operator certificate (pyrotechnician) must complete, sign and send to the Chief Inspector of Explosives the application form provided by the Department of Natural Resources.