Rev 02nd Sept 2021 Sale of Category F1 Fireworks only Form RP2 - Notice to the Local Authority to Register Premises 1. Applicant Name of applicant (person or company) Postal address of applicant or company Contact telephone E mail and/or Fax 2. Details of premises to be registered Location / full postal address of premises to be registered Mode of Keeping (either Mode A or B) (See attached notes) 3. Remarks and Conditions a) b) c) d) This registration is for the keeping of Category 1 fireworks only Fire precautions as required by local authority Fire Officer apply. Fee as directed by the Local Authority 1 Registration with the local authority must be renewed annually. This form can also be used for annual renewal of registration. e) See "Guidance for Storage of Category F1 fireworks and other Pyrotechnics" for further guidance on safety and other matters Signature of applicant ............................................Date of Application................................ Acknowledgement by Local Authority - Registration of Premises Reference No. .................................... Signature:...........................................Position/Appointment.............................................. Signed on behalf of .......................................................................Local Authority Date of Registration/Renewal: 1 ..............................Date for next renewal:.............................. In the Explosives Act 1875 the maximum fee is set at one shilling which converts to approx €6 in current terms Rev 02nd Sept 2021 Notes on Registered Premises 1. Sections 21-29 of the Explosives Act 1875 deal with registration of premises for the storage of explosives with the local authority and the regulation of the premises. Registration with the local authority must be renewed annually. 2. A retailer selling Category F1 fireworks (with the sole exception of Christmas Crackers 2) must register their premises annually with the local authority. The following are examples of Category F1 fireworks :Bengal flames, Bengal matches, Bengal sticks, Crackling granules, Flash pellets, Fountains, Ground spinners, Hand Held sparklers, non-Hand Held sparklers, Novelty Matches, Party Poppers, Serpents, Snaps, Table bombs, Throw downs. Generally, retailers will only hold relatively small stocks of fireworks. Regardless of the quantity however, the premises must be registered with the local authority, since the main purpose of registration is to alert the Fire Officer that fireworks are kept in the premises (in the event of a fire). To register premises for any other pyrotechnics or explosives (i.e. other than Category F1 fireworks) see Form RP 1 which is available on the Department of Justice website - www.justice.ie. 3. There are two modes of storage for a registered premises: Mode A : Storage of up to 90 Kg net explosive content (NEC 3) is permitted in a Mode A Registered Premises. Mode A requires a substantial building constructed of brick, iron, stone or concrete or a fireproof safe detached from a dwelling at a safe distance from a street or public place. Mode B: Storage of up to 22 kg NEC is permitted in a Mode B Registered Premises. Mode B requires a substantial receptacle or safe inside a dwelling house or public room. (Double the amount can be kept in a fireproof safe) In most cases, Mode B will suffice for the vast majority of retailers (unless large quantities are being stored, in which case Mode A or even a local authority store may be required 4. 4. Sales Areas and Storage areas. Sales areas are parts of the premises where the public have access and where a relatively small quantity of Category F1 fireworks may be displayed for sale in their retail packaging. (e.g. on shelves, shop-floor or in display cabinets). Storage areas are areas where the bulk of the Category F1 fireworks are kept (generally in their transport packaging), and would generally be a cabinet, fire safe, room or for larger quantities a separate building or structure where the public would not have access. 2 Note that Christmas crackers in their retail packaging are NOT considered to be explosives due to the nature of the article, packaging and the very small amount of pyrotechnic material in each. They are therefore exempt from the licensing requirements of the Explosives Act for Importation and Storage. 3 See Table 2 at back of Guidance for Storage of Category F1 Fireworks and other Pyrotechnics for some idea of

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