HC Deb 30 June 1903 vol 124 c920
MR. BAYLEY (Derbyshire, Chesterfield)

I beg to sak the Secretary of State for War if the same rules and regulations are in force for the protection of the people employed in the manufacture of explosives at Woolwich, as in those private firms which are licensed by the Home Office for the manufacture of explosives.


The general rules laid down by the Explosives Act are observed at Woolwich, and, as in private factories, these are supplemented by special regulations for the individual buildings.