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Typical detail of Horizontal Vortex Control's compliance with:-
Document H The Building Regulations 2000, The Confined Spaces Regulations 1997,
The Working at Height Regulations 2005 and The CDM Regulations 2007 ACOP




The Requirements:-
(1) Doc. H1 Para. 2.48 Tables 11 & 12 : CDM Regs. Regulation 2 : WAH Regs. Regulation 2
(2) Doc H1 Para.2.53
(3) Doc H1 Para.2.46 - 2.50 : CS Regs. Regulation 4
(4) Doc H1 Para. 2.13, 2.19, 2.20 & 2.53
(5) Doc H1 Para. 2.18 & 2.22 (b)
(6) Doc H3 Para. 3.14

General CDM Regulation duties under Approved Code of Practice
Reg 2 Para. 117 : Regs. 4,5,6,11 & 18 Para. 119

Typical detail of Vertical Control's Non-compliance with:-
Document H The Building Regulations 2000, The Confined Spaces Regulations 1997,
The Working at Height Regulations 2005 and The CDM Regulations 2007 ACOP




The Requirements:-

(1) Doc. H1 Para. 2.48 Tables 11 & 12 : CDM Regs. Regulation 2 : WAH Regs. Regulation 2
Increased depth of MH only required to fit control.

(2) Doc H1 Para.2.53
Sump required to fit control. Branches and channels cannot be installed

(3) Doc H1 Para.2.46 - 2.50 : CS Regs. Regulation 4 Preventing the need for entry
Control cannot be cleared from ground level. Man entry required.

(4) Doc H1 Para. 2.13, 2.19, 2.20 & 2.53
360o Flow path. Increased blockage risk.

(5) Doc H1 Para. 2.18 & 2.22 (b)
Permanently submerged inlet to control. Forms interceptor trap. Increased blockage risk.

(6) Doc H3 Para. 3.14
Decomposing material retained. Increases risk of toxic gases and oxygen depletion in MH

Designers and Employers have a duty under CDM Regulations 2007 and Confined Spaces Regulations 1997 to eliminate all of the above risks to contractors and maintenance personel