Environmental Emergency Regulations (SOR/2003-307)

Regulations are current to 2014-09-29 and last amended on 2011-12-08. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE 1(Section 2, subsections 3(1), (2) and (5), 4(1) and 7(1))LIST OF SUBSTANCES

PART 1SUBSTANCES LIKELY TO EXPLODE

Column 1Column 2Column 3
CAS Registry NumberName of SubstanceConcentration (% by weight)Minimum Quantity (metric tonnes)
60-29-7ethyl ether (diethyl ether)14.50
71-43-2benzene110.00
74-82-8methane14.50
74-84-0ethane14.50
74-85-1ethylene14.50
74-86-2acetylene14.50
74-89-5methylamine14.50
74-98-6propane14.50
74-99-7methylacetylene (propyne)14.50
75-00-3ethyl chloride14.50
75-01-4vinyl chloride14.50
75-02-5vinyl fluoride14.50
75-04-7ethylamine14.50
75-07-0acetaldehyde14.50
75-08-1ethyl mercaptan14.50
75-18-3dimethyl sulphide1150.00
75-19-4cyclopropane14.50
75-28-5isobutane14.50
75-29-62-chloropropane (isopropyl chloride)14.50
75-31-0isopropylamine14.50
75-35-4vinylidene chloride14.50
75-37-6difluoroethane (1,1-difluoroethane)14.50
75-38-71,1-difluoroethylene (vinylidene fluoride)14.50
75-50-3trimethylamine14.50
75-64-9tert-butylamine (2-amino-2-methylpropane)1150.00
75-76-3tetramethylsilane14.50
78-78-4isopentane (2-methylbutane)14.50
78-79-5isoprene14.50
79-38-9trifluorochloroethylene (chlorotrifluoroethylene)14.50
100-41-4ethylbenzene17000.00
100-42-5styrene104.50
106-97-8butane14.50
106-98-91-butene (alpha-butylene)14.50
106-99-01,3-butadiene14.50
107-00-6ethylacetylene14.50
107-01-72-butene14.50
107-25-5vinyl methyl ether14.50
107-31-3methyl formate14.50
108-88-3toluene12500.00
109-66-0n-pentane (pentane)14.50
109-67-11-pentene14.50
109-92-2vinyl ethyl ether (ethyl vinyl ether)14.50
109-95-5ethyl nitrite14.50
110-82-7cyclohexane1550.00
115-07-1propylene14.50
115-10-6dimethyl ether (methyl ether)14.50
115-11-7isobutylene (2-methylpropene)14.50
116-14-3tetrafluoroethylene14.50
124-40-3dimethylamine14.50
460-19-5cyanogen14.50
463-49-0propadiene14.50
463-58-1carbonyl sulphide (carbon oxysulfide)14.50
463-82-12,2-dimethylpropane14.50
504-60-91,3-pentadiene14.50
557-98-22-chloropropene (2-chloropropylene)14.50
563-45-13-methyl-1-butene14.50
563-46-22-methyl-1-butene14.50
590-18-1cis-2-butene (2-butene-cis)14.50
590-21-61-chloropropene (1-chloropropylene)14.50
598-73-2bromotrifluoroethylene14.50
624-64-6trans-2-butene (2-butene-trans)14.50
627-20-3cis-2-pentene (beta-cis-amylene)14.50
646-04-8trans-2-pentene (trans-beta-amylene)14.50
689-97-41-buten-3-yne (vinyl acetylene)14.50
1330-20-7xylenes18000.00
1333-74-0hydrogen14.50
4109-96-0dichlorosilane14.50
6484-52-2ammonium nitrate (in solid form)6020.00
6484-52-2ammonium nitrate (in liquid form)8120.00
7722-84-1hydrogen peroxide523.40
7775-09-9sodium chlorate1010.00
7790-98-9ammonium perchlorate13.40
7791-21-1chlorine monoxide (dichlorine oxide)14.50
7803-62-5silane14.50
8006-14-2liquefied natural gas14.50
8006-61-9gasoline (unleaded)1150.00
8030-30-6naphtha150.00
10025-78-2trichlorosilane14.50
25167-67-3butylene (butene)14.50
86290-81-5gasoline (motor fuel)1150.00

PART 2SUBSTANCES HAZARDOUS WHEN INHALED

Column 1Column 2Column 3
CAS Registry NumberName of SubstanceConcentration (% by weight)Minimum Quantity (metric tonnes)
50-00-0formaldehyde, solution106.80
57-14-71,1-dimethylhydrazine106.80
60-34-4methylhydrazine (monomethyl hydrazine)106.80
64-19-7acetic acid956.80
67-66-3chloroform (trichloromethane)109.10
74-83-9methyl bromide102.27
74-87-3methyl chloride104.50
74-88-4methyl iodide104.50
74-90-8hydrogen cyanide (hydrocyanic acid)101.13
74-93-1methyl mercaptan104.50
75-09-2dichloromethane (methylene chloride)19.10
75-15-0carbon disulphide109.10
75-21-8ethylene oxide104.50
75-44-5phosgene10.22
75-55-8propyleneimine104.50
75-56-9propylene oxide104.50
75-74-1tetramethyl lead104.50
75-77-4trimethylchlorosilane (chlorotrimethylsilane)104.50
75-78-5dimethyldichlorosilane (dichlorodimethylsilane)102.27
75-79-6methyltrichlorosilane102.27
76-06-2chloropicrin (trichloronitromethane)102.27
78-00-2tetraethyl lead102.27
78-82-0isobutyronitrile109.10
79-21-0peroxyacetic acid (peracetic acid)104.50
79-22-1methyl chloroformate102.27
91-08-7toluene-2,6-diisocyanate104.50
106-89-8epichlorohydrin109.10
107-02-8acrolein102.27
107-05-1allyl chloride109.10
107-06-2ethylene dichloride (1,2-dichloroethane)106.80
107-07-3ethylene chlorohydrin (2-chloroethanol)104.50
107-11-9allylamine104.50
107-12-0propionitrile104.50
107-13-1acrylonitrile109.10
107-15-3ethylenediamine109.10
107-18-6allyl alcohol106.80
107-30-2methyl chloromethyl ether (chloromethyl methyl ether)102.27
108-05-4vinyl acetate106.80
108-23-6isopropyl chloroformate106.80
108-91-8cyclohexylamine106.80
108-95-2phenol109.10
109-61-5n-propyl chloroformate (propyl chloroformate)106.80
110-00-9furan102.27
110-89-4piperidine106.80
123-73-9trans-crotonaldehyde109.10
126-98-7methylacrylonitrile104.50
151-56-4ethyleneimine104.50
302-01-2hydrazine106.80
353-42-4boron trifluoride dimethyl etherate106.80
463-51-4ketene10.22
506-68-3cyanogen bromide104.50
506-77-4cyanogen chloride104.50
509-14-8tetranitromethane104.50
542-88-1dichlorodimethyl ether [bis(chloromethyl) ether]10.45
556-64-9methyl thiocyanate109.10
584-84-9toluene-2,4-diisocyanate104.50
594-42-3perchloromethyl mercaptan104.50
624-83-9methyl isocyanate104.50
630-08-0carbon monoxide106.80
814-68-6acryloyl chloride (acrylyl chloride)102.27
2551-62-4sulphur hexafluoride (sulfur hexafluoride)109.10
4170-30-3crotonaldehyde109.10
7439-97-6mercuryNA1.00
7446-09-5sulphur dioxide102.27
7446-11-9sulphur trioxide104.50
7550-45-0titanium tetrachloride101.13
7616-94-6perchloryl fluoride (trioxychlorofluoride)106.80
7637-07-2boron trifluoride102.27
7647-01-0hydrochloric acid306.80
7647-01-0hydrogen chloride, anhydrous102.27
7664-39-3hydrofluoric acid500.45
7664-39-3hydrogen fluoride, anhydrous10.45
7664-41-7ammonia, anhydrous104.50
7664-41-7ammonia solution209.10
7697-37-2nitric acid806.80
7719-09-7thionyl chloride106.80
7719-12-2phosphorus trichloride106.80
7723-14-0phosphorus, whiteNA1.00
7726-95-6bromine104.50
7782-41-4fluorine10.45
7782-50-5chlorine101.13
7783-06-4hydrogen sulphide104.50
7783-07-5hydrogen selenide10.22
7783-60-0sulphur tetrafluoride101.13
7784-34-1arsenic trichloride (arsenous trichloride)106.80
7784-42-1arsine10.45
7790-94-5chlorosulphonic acid102.27
7803-51-2phosphine102.27
7803-52-3stibine102.27
8014-95-7sulphuric acid, fuming (oleum)NA4.50
10025-87-3phosphorus oxychloride102.27
10035-10-6hydrogen bromide (hydrobromic acid)101.13
10049-04-4chlorine dioxide10.45
10102-43-9nitric oxide (nitrogen monoxide)104.50
10102-44-0nitrogen dioxide101.13
10294-34-5boron trichloride102.27
13463-39-3nickel carbonyl10.45
13463-40-6iron pentacarbonyl101.13
19287-45-7diborane101.13
20816-12-0osmium tetroxide10.22
26471-62-5toluene diisocyanate104.50

PART 3OTHER HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES

Column 1Column 2Column 3
CAS Registry NumberName of SubstanceConcentration (% by weight)Minimum Quantity (metric tonnes)
56-23-5tetrachloromethane (carbon tetrachloride)10.22
79-01-6trichloroethylene (TCE)11.13
91-20-3naphthalene (in liquid form)104.5
91-94-13,3′-dichlorobenzidine11.13
104-40-5p-nonylphenol101.13
127-18-4tetrachloroethylene (perchloroethylene)11.13
373-02-4nickel acetate100.22
1303-28-2arsenic pentoxide100.22
1306-19-0cadmium oxide100.22
1306-23-6cadmium sulphide100.22
1313-99-1nickel oxide100.22
1327-53-3arsenic trioxide (arsenic(III) oxide)100.22
1333-82-0chromium trioxide100.22
3333-67-3nickel carbonate100.22
7440-38-2arsenic100.22
7718-54-9nickel chloride100.22
7738-94-5chromic acid100.22
7775-11-3sodium chromate100.22
7778-39-4arsenic acid100.22
7778-43-0sodium arsenate, dibasic100.22
7784-46-5sodium arsenite100.22
7786-81-4nickel(II) sulphate (nickel(II) sulfate)100.22
7789-00-6potassium chromate100.22
10048-95-0sodium arsenate, dibasic, heptahydrate100.22
10101-97-0nickel(II) sulphate, hexahydrate (nickel(II) sulfate, hexahydrate)100.22
10108-64-2cadmium chloride100.22
10124-36-4cadmium sulphate100.22
10588-01-9sodium dichromate100.22
13138-45-9nickel nitrate (nickel(II) nitrate)100.22
13478-00-7nickel(II) nitrate, hexahydrate100.22
15699-18-0nickel ammonium sulphate (nickel ammonium sulfate)100.22
25154-52-3nonylphenol (mixed isomer)101.13
81741-28-8tributyl tetradecyl phosphonium chloride (TTPC)100.22
84852-15-34-tert-nonylphenol101.13

Note: The percentage concentration in column 2 is the percentage concentration based on the proportion of the weight of the substance to the weight of the mixture.

  • SOR/2011-294, s. 8.