The projected gas supply systems for cities, settlements and individual gas consumers should ensure uninterrupted, safe gas supply, as well as the possibility of promptly shutting down gas pipeline sections, microdistricts, industrial, agricultural and public utilities.
Design documentation for the device and construction of gas supply systems must comply with the requirements of the regulatory documents in force at the time of design.
Prior to approval by the customer, the design documentation must be agreed with the gas utility in terms of checking its compliance with the issued design specifications. Projects are subject to re-approval if the construction of gas supply systems has not been started within 24 months.
Deviations from SNiP, the requirements of other regulatory documents are allowed in agreement with the organizations that approved and coordinated them.
The design of the gas supply system should be carried out by specialized design organizations.
It is allowed to develop design and estimate documentation by non-specialized design organizations, design bureaus, groups, departments and cooperatives that have received a permit (license) from republican or local state supervision bodies.
- To obtain a permit (license), they must submit:
- charter (position) of an enterprise, organization, cooperative;
- a list of specialists by the type of work performed;
- information about the verification of knowledge of the Rules by managers and specialists;
Responsibility For Violation Of The Rules
Managers and specialists of design, construction and installation, commissioning organizations, as well as enterprises operating gas pipelines and gas equipment, are personally liable for violations of the Rules committed by them, regardless of whether it led to an accident or an accident with people. These persons are also responsible for violations of rules and regulations committed by their subordinates.
Responsibility for the good condition of gas equipment, smoke and ventilation ducts, seals of engineering communications in residential buildings rests with the heads of housing maintenance organizations, in housing cooperatives – on their chairmen, in houses and apartments owned by citizens on the basis of personal property rights – on homeowners …
Responsibility for the operation of household gas appliances and appliances installed in residential buildings rests with the homeowners, and for violation of the rules for the safe use of gas appliances and appliances – with the tenant.