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Tianjin Security Company: Regulations on Safety Management of Large Mass Activities

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2018-07-18

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Order No. 505 of the State Council of the People's Republic of China The Regulations on the Safety Administration of Large-scale Mass Activities, which were adopted at the 190th executive meeting of the State Council on August 29, 2007, are hereby promulgated and shall come into force on October 1, 2007. Premier Wen Jiabao September 14, 2007 Regulations on the Safety Management of Large-scale Mass Activities Chapter I General Provisions Article 1 In order to strengthen the safety management of large-scale mass activities, protect the lives and property of citizens, and maintain public order
Decree of the State Council of the People's Republic of China
No. 505
The Regulation on the Safety Administration of Large-scale Mass Activities, which was adopted at the 190th executive meeting of the State Council on August 29, 2007, is hereby promulgated and shall come into force as of October 1, 2007.
Premier Wen Jiabao
September 14, 2007
 
Regulations on the Safety Management of Large-scale Mass Activities
 
Chapter I General Provisions
Article 1 These Regulations are formulated in order to strengthen the safety management of large-scale mass activities, protect the safety of citizens' lives and property, and maintain social order and public security.
Article 2 The term "large-scale mass activities" as mentioned in these Regulations refers to the following activities held by legal persons or other organizations for the public with an estimated number of participants of 1000 or more:
(I) sports competitions;
(II) concerts, concerts and other theatrical performances;
(III) exhibitions, exhibitions and other activities;
(IV) garden, lantern fair, temple fair, flower fair, fireworks show and other activities;
(V) job fairs, on-site lottery sales and other activities.
The provisions of these Regulations shall not apply to the activities held by cinemas, concert halls, parks, places of entertainment, etc. within the scope of their daily business.
Article 3 The safety management of large-scale mass activities shall follow the principle of safety first and prevention first, and adhere to the principle of responsibility of the undertaker and government supervision.
Article 4 The public security organs of the people's governments at or above the county level shall be responsible for the safety management of large-scale mass activities.
Other relevant competent departments of the people's governments at or above the county level shall, in accordance with their respective functions and duties, be responsible for the safety work related to large-scale mass activities.
 
Chapter II Safety Responsibility
Article 5 The undertaker of a large-scale mass event (hereinafter referred to as the undertaker) shall be responsible for the safety of the event, and the main person in charge of the undertaker shall be the person responsible for the safety of the large-scale mass event.
Article 6 To hold large-scale mass activities, the undertaker shall formulate a safety work plan for large-scale mass activities.
The safety work plan for large-scale mass activities includes the following contents:
Time, place, content and organization of (I) activities;
Number, task assignment and identification marks of (II) safety personnel;
Fire safety measures for (III) activity sites;
(IV) the number of people that can be accommodated in the event venue and the number of participants expected to participate in the event;
Setting and marking of (V) security buffer area;
(VI) ticket verification and safety inspection measures for admission personnel;
Measures for parking and diversion of (VII) vehicles;
(VIII) site order maintenance and personnel guidance measures;
(IX) emergency rescue plan.
Article 7 The undertaker is specifically responsible for the following safety matters:
(I) implement the safety work plan and safety responsibility system for large-scale mass activities, clarify safety measures and job responsibilities of safety staff, and carry out safety publicity and education for large-scale mass activities;
(II) ensure the safety of temporary facilities and buildings and eliminate potential safety hazards;
The (III), in accordance with the requirements of the public security organs responsible for licensing, is equipped with the necessary safety inspection equipment to conduct safety inspections of personnel participating in large-scale mass activities;
(IV) issue or sell tickets in accordance with the number of personnel accommodated in the approved venue and the designated area;
(V) implement emergency rescue measures such as medical rescue, fire fighting and emergency evacuation, and organize drills;
(VI) promptly stop acts that hinder the safety of large-scale mass activities, and promptly report illegal and criminal acts to the public security organs;
The (VII) is equipped with professional security personnel and other security personnel suitable for the safety work of large-scale mass activities;
(VIII) provide the necessary safeguards for the safety of large mass events.
Article 8 The site managers of large-scale mass activities shall be specifically responsible for the following safety matters:
(I) ensure that activity sites and facilities comply with national safety standards and safety regulations;
(II) ensure that evacuation passages, safety exits, fire truck passages, emergency broadcasts, emergency lighting, and evacuation signs comply with laws, regulations, and technical standards;
(III) security monitoring equipment and fire-fighting facilities, equipment configuration is complete, intact and effective;
(IV) provide necessary parking space and maintain safety and order.
Article 9 Personnel participating in large-scale mass activities shall abide by the following provisions:
(I) abide by laws, regulations and social ethics, and must not hinder public security or affect public order;
(II) abide by the public security, fire control and other management systems in large-scale mass activities, accept safety inspections, and must not carry explosive, flammable, radioactive, toxic, corrosive and other dangerous substances or illegally carry guns, ammunition, and control equipment;
The (III) shall obey the safety management, shall not display insulting slogans, banners and other articles, shall not besiege referees, athletes or other staff, and shall not throw sundries.
Article 10 Public security organs shall perform the following duties:
(I) review the application materials for large-scale mass activities submitted by the undertaker and implement the safety permit;
(II) formulate safety supervision plans for large-scale mass activities and emergency handling plans;
(III) guide the education and training of safety personnel;
(IV) organize safety inspections of venues before large-scale mass events are held, and promptly order corrections if potential safety hazards are found;
(V) supervise and inspect the implementation of safety work during the holding of large-scale mass activities, and promptly order corrections when potential safety hazards are discovered;
(VI) investigate and deal with illegal and criminal acts in large-scale mass activities in accordance with the law, and deal with emergencies that endanger public security.
 
Chapter III Safety Management
Article 11 Public security organs shall implement a security licensing system for large-scale mass activities. Where the Regulations on the Administration of Commercial Performances have other provisions on the safety management of performance activities, such provisions shall prevail.
The holding of large-scale mass activities shall meet the following conditions:
The (I) undertaker is a legal person or other organization established in accordance with legal procedures;
The contents of (II) large-scale mass activities shall not violate the provisions of the Constitution, laws and regulations, and shall not violate social morality;
The (III) has a safety work plan in accordance with the provisions of these regulations, with clear safety responsibilities and effective measures;
(IV) activity places and facilities meet safety requirements.
Article 12 If the expected number of participants in a large-scale mass event is between 1000 and 5000, the public security organ of the county-level people's government where the event is located shall implement the security permit; if the expected number of participants is more than 5000, the public security organ of the municipal people's government or the public security organ of the people's government of the municipality directly under the Central Government shall implement the security permit.
Article 13 The organizer shall submit an application for a safety permit 20 days before the date of the event. When applying, the following materials shall be submitted:
Proof of the legal establishment of the (I) undertaker and the identity certificate of the person responsible for security;
(II) the plan and description of large-scale mass activities, if two or more organizers jointly undertake large-scale mass activities, an agreement on joint undertaking shall also be submitted;
(III) safety work plan for large-scale mass activities;
(IV) event venue manager agrees to provide proof of event venue.
In accordance with the provisions of laws and administrative regulations, if the relevant competent departments have qualifications and qualification requirements for the organizers of large-scale mass activities, they shall also submit relevant qualification and qualification certificates.
Article 14 Upon receipt of the application materials, the public security organ shall make a decision on acceptance or rejection according to law. The accepted application shall be reviewed within 7 days from the date of acceptance, the venue shall be inspected, and a decision on permission shall be made for those that meet the safety conditions; for those that do not meet the safety conditions, a decision on not granting permission shall be made, and the reasons shall be explained in writing.
Article 15 for large-scale mass activities with safety permission, the organizer shall not change the time, place and content of the activities or expand the scale of large-scale mass activities without authorization.
If the organizer changes the time of a large-scale mass event, it shall apply to the public security organ that made the licensing decision before the original time for holding the event, and the change can only be made with the consent of the public security organ.
If the organizer changes the location and content of large-scale mass activities and expands the scale of large-scale mass activities, it shall re-apply for a safety permit in accordance with the provisions of these regulations.
If the organizer cancels the holding of a large-scale mass event, it shall notify the public security organ that made the security permit decision in writing before the original time of the event, and return the security permit issued by the public security organ for the holding of large-scale mass events.
Article 16 For large-scale mass activities with security permits, the public security organs shall organize corresponding police forces according to security needs, maintain public security and traffic order around the event site, prevent and deal with public security emergencies, and investigate and deal with illegal and criminal activities.
Article 17 The public security organ staff responsible for performing safety management tasks at the scene of large-scale mass activities shall enter the scene of large-scale mass activities with their duty certificates and perform safety management duties in accordance with the law.
Public security organs and other relevant competent departments and their staff shall not ask for tickets from the undertaker.
Article 18 When the undertaker finds that the number of people entering the activity place reaches the approved number, he shall immediately stop checking the tickets; if he finds that he holds tickets outside the designated area or holds fake tickets, he shall refuse his admission and report to the public security organ at the activity site. Staff report.
Article 19 In the event of a public safety accident or public security case during the holding of a large-scale mass event, the person responsible for safety shall immediately initiate an emergency rescue plan and immediately report to the public security organ.
 
Chapter IV Legal Liability
Article 20 if the organizer changes the time, place and content of large-scale mass activities without authorization or expands the scale of large-scale mass activities without authorization, the public security organ shall impose a fine of not less than 10000 yuan but not more than 50000 yuan; if there is any illegal income, the illegal income shall be confiscated.
Large-scale mass activities without the safety permission of the public security organ shall be banned by the public security organ, and the undertaker shall be fined between 100000 yuan and 300000 yuan.
Article 21 If the organizer or the manager of a large-scale mass activity venue violates the provisions of these regulations and causes a major casualty accident, public security case or other serious consequences, which constitutes a crime, he shall be investigated for criminal responsibility according to law; if it does not constitute a crime, the person responsible for safety And other directly responsible persons shall be given sanctions and public security management penalties in accordance with the law, and the unit shall be fined between 10000 yuan and 50000 yuan.
Article 22 If a public safety accident occurs during the holding of a large-scale mass event, and the person responsible for safety does not immediately activate the emergency rescue plan or does not immediately report to the public security organ, the public security organ shall impose a penalty of 5000 yuan on the person responsible for safety and other persons directly responsible. A fine of not less than 50000 yuan.
Article 23 if a person participating in a large-scale mass activity violates the provisions of Article 9 of these regulations, he shall be criticized and educated by the public security organ; if he commits an act that endangers public security order or threatens public security, the public security organ may forcibly take him away from the scene and impose public security administration penalties according to law; if the case constitutes a crime, he shall be investigated for criminal responsibility according to law.
Article 24 The staff of the relevant competent departments and the directly responsible persons in charge shall be punished according to law if they abuse their power, neglect their duties, or engage in malpractices for personal gain in the performance of their duties in the safety management of large-scale mass activities; if a crime is constituted, they shall be investigated for criminal responsibility according to law.
 
Chapter V Supplementary Provisions
Article 25 The security work of large-scale mass activities directly organized by the people's governments at or above the county level and the departments of the State Council shall be the responsibility of the people's government and the department of the State Council that organized the activities. The security license system shall not be implemented, but shall be in accordance with the relevant provisions of these regulations. According to the regulations, the relevant public security organs are instructed or jointly with relevant public security organs to formulate more stringent security work plans and organize their implementation.
Article 26 These Regulations shall enter into force as of October 1, 2007.
 

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