The occupier of any premises has a duty to give notice to the Secretary of State before keeping or using any dangerous substance1; and the occupier, where so required by notice, must provide the chief officer of police with information about the security of any dangerous substances kept or used in the premises2. Information about persons with access to dangerous substances may also be required to be given to the chief officer of police3; and the occupier has a duty to comply with any directions given by a constable for the security of any dangerous substance kept or used
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