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06. Inspection
 

Who may monitor the classified installations ?

A classified installation, whether a permit holder or with a declaration obligation, can be inspected. The objective is to verify the regulatory compliance of the installation in order to protect the...

What are the different types of inspection ?

In all cases, an on-site inspection is the visit of one or several inspectors to the site of the installation to verify compliance with the laws and regulations relative to classified...

When is the inspection carried out ?

3Inspection3 The Inspectorate modernisation programme specifies minimum inspection frequencies for permit holding facilities according to the challenges at stake in terms of protection of...

How to prepare for the onsite inspection ?

In all cases, the best solution is to have in-depth knowledge of the regulatory references, have a copy of these references available and constantly monitor installation compliance. This prevents...

Inspectorate rights and obligation

The operator of a classified installation has an obligation to ensure the running of the installations for which he is responsible and the prevention of risks, pollution and nuisances that they may...

Inspection schedule

An inspection generally breaks down as follows : a launch meeting, so that the inspector can identify the contacts present, announce or reiterate the themes of the inspection or even identify...

Non-compliance and consequences

The purpose of an on-site inspection is to verify the compliance of the running of the installation with the conditions stipulated by prefectural order or ministerial order. The inspection may...