Change The Stage-Fk-V, The Specialist Knowledge Regulation - Fk-V, The Regulation On The Rules Of Procedure Of The Labour Protection Council, The Railway Arbeitnehmerinnenschutzverordnung - Ice...

Original Language Title: Änderung der Bühnen-FK-V, der Fachkenntnisnachweis-Verordnung - FK-V, der Verordnung über die Geschäftsordnung des Arbeitnehmerschutzbeirates, der Eisenbahn-ArbeitnehmerInnenschutzverordnung - Eis...

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215. Regulation of the Federal Minister for Labour, Social Affairs and Consumer Protection, with which the regulation on the proof of expertise for the preparation and organization of stage technical and lighting engineering works (stages-FK-V), the Regulation on the proof of professional knowledge (proof of expertise-Regulation-FK-V), the Regulation on the rules of procedure of the Council of Workers ' Protection, the Regulation on the protection of employees in the area of rail (Railway Workers ' Protection Regulation-EisbAV), the Regulation on the Protection of workers in the shipping sector (Maritime Workers ' Protection Regulation-SchiffAV) and the Regulation on shipping facilities, as well as other installations and works on waterways (Shipping Deposit Regulation) shall be

Article 1

Amendment of the Regulation on the proof of professional knowledge for the preparation and organisation of stage technical and lighting work (stages-FK-V)

On the basis of § 62 (4) and § 72 (1) (1) (1) of the Employees ' Protection Act (ASchG), BGBl. N ° 450/1995, as last amended by the Federal Law BGBl. I n ° 50/2012, the Regulation on the proof of expertise in the preparation and organisation of stage technical and lighting work (Bühnen-FK-V), BGBl. II No 403/2003, as last amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No 13/2007, as amended:

1. In § 6 (7) the word order shall be deleted "the training institution or its operator shall be subject to the supervision of the Transport Labour Inspectorate, the Federal Minister for Transport, Innovation and Technology" as well as the one in front of it and the subsequent paint.

(2) The following paragraph 7 is added to § 10:

" (7) § 6 (7) in the version BGBl. II No. 215/2012 shall enter into force on 1 July 2012. "

Article 2

Amendment of the Regulation on the proof of professional knowledge (Fachkenntnisverification-Regulation-FK-V)

On the basis of § 62 (4) and § 72 (1) (1) (1) of the Employees ' Protection Act (ASchG), BGBl. N ° 450/1995, as last amended by the Federal Law BGBl. I N ° 50/2012 will be the subject of the Specialist Knowledge-Regulation-FK-V, BGBl. II No 13/2007, as amended:

1. In Section 12 (7), § 13 (1) and 14 (1) and 14 (1), the word sequence shall be deleted. "the training institution or its operator shall be subject to the supervision of the Transport Labour Inspectorate, the Federal Minister for Transport, Innovation and Technology" as well as the one in front of it and the subsequent paint.

(2) The following paragraph 12 is added to § 16:

" (12) § 12 (7), § 13 (1) and § 14 (1) in the version BGBl. II N ° 215/2012 will enter into force on 1 July 2012. "

Article 3

Amendment of the Regulation on the Rules of Procedure of the Workers ' Protection Council

On the basis of § 91 and § 101 (1) (1) of the Employees ' Protection Act (ASchG), Federal Law Gazette (BGBl). N ° 450/1995, as last amended by the Federal Law BGBl. I N ° 50/2012 will be the Regulation on the Rules of Procedure of the Council of Workers ' Protection Advisory Councils, BGBl. N ° 30/1995, as amended:

1. § 4 para. 1 Z 2 is deleted.

2. In § 6, the previous text receives the sales designation "(1)" and shall be added to the following paragraph 2:

" (2) § 4 (1) in the version BGBl. II No. 215/2012 shall enter into force on 1 July 2012. "

Article 4

Amendment of the Regulation on the protection of employees in the area of railway workers (Railway Workers ' Protection Regulation-EisbAV)

On the basis of § 3, § 7, § 21, § 24, § 60, § 61 and § 131 (9) last sentence of the Employees ' Internal Protection Act (ASchG), BGBl. N ° 450/1994, as last amended by the Federal Law BGBl. I n ° 50/2012, the Railway Workers ' Protection Ordinance-EisbAV, BGBl. II No 384/1999, as last amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No 156/2011, as amended:

1. § 1 (1) reads:

" (1) This Regulation shall apply to workplaces, to foreign employment offices and to construction sites of railway undertakings in the sense of the Railway Act 1957, BGBl. No. 60, in the area of tracks of main and secondary railways, trams and connecting trains in accordance with § 1 of the Railways Act. "

2. § 1 (3) reads:

" (3) The provisions of the Construction Workers Protection Regulation, BGBl, apply to the construction work of railway undertakings in the sense of the Railway Act in the area of tracks of main and secondary railways, trams and connecting trains in accordance with Section 1 of the Railway Act. No 340/1994, and the provisions of 3. Section of this Regulation, as far as the 4. Section of this Regulation does not provide for derogations. "

3. In Section 1 (2), (4), (5) and (7), the term of the word together with the hyphen shall be deleted. "for the establishments and activities referred to in paragraph 1 above," .

(4) The following paragraph 6 is added to § 53:

" (6) § 1 (1) to (5) and (7) in the version BGBl. II No. 215/2012 shall enter into force on 1 July 2012. "

Article 5

Amendment of the Regulation on the protection of workers in the shipping sector (Schifffahrt-Workers ' Protection Regulation-SchiffAV)

Pursuant to Section 32 (2), section 39 (3), § § 60 to 63 and § 131 (9), last sentence of the German Employees ' Protection Act (ASchG), BGBl. N ° 450/1995, as last amended by the Federal Law BGBl. I N ° 50/2012, will be the Ship-Workers ' Protection Regulation-SchiffAV, BGBl. II No 260/2009, as amended:

1. The table of contents for the 4. and 5. Section is as follows:

" 4. Section: Shipping facilities

§ 46. Scope

§ 47. Securing jobs and access

§ 48. Access to vehicles

§ 49. Transport of workers with vehicles

§ 50. Securing of charge air and other openings

§ 51. Lighting of workplaces on board

§ 52. Hatch lid

§ 53. Lifting and conveying equipment and accessories

§ 54. Operation of lifting and conveying equipment

§ 55. Security measures in the envelope

Section 5: Final provisions

§ 56. Transitional provisions

§ 57. Entry into force

2. § 1 (1) reads:

"(1) This Regulation shall apply to the employment of workers and workers in the field of inland waterway transport."

3. In § 1 para. 2, para. 3 and para. 4, the order of the word together with the apporation shall be deleted. "for the establishments and activities referred to in paragraph 1 above," .

4. According to § 45, the following new 4. Section with headline inserted:

" 4. Section

Shipping facilities

Scope

§ 46. (1) This section shall apply to all activities in the field of shipping facilities or floating installations in connection with the turnover or the operation, maintenance or repair of vehicles or bodies are carried out.

(2) The new construction of vehicles or floating bodies in the operation of a shipyard shall remain unaffected.

Securing jobs and access

§ 47. (1) Jobs on land and access to jobs on land or on board which are regularly used by workers must be designed, set up and in progress, taking into account the activities and operations to be carried out. shall be kept.

(2) Jobs on land and on floating installations, as well as transport routes and access to jobs from the nearest public road must be sufficiently illuminated.

(3) Transport routes and access to vehicles must be kept free of all obstacles.

(4) Transport routes on the shore in the area of land or transhipment centres must be at least 1.20 m wide and in accordance with the activities to be carried out.

(5) hazard points on shipping facilities, workplaces or entrants (e.g. floor openings, receding quay walls) must be identified in accordance with the provisions of the employee protection regulations, adequately illuminated and, where possible, by means of railings, Foot bars, etc. against the crashing of persons and the falling down of objects.

Access to vehicles

§ 48. (1) If there is a vehicle for carrying out work on the shore or on board on board another vehicle, secure connection facilities must be provided to the shore and between the vehicles (e.g. web loading, ladder, landing strip).

(2) Liaison facilities must be fixed, safe and secure in such a way as to ensure that they cannot change their position. Web loading must be at least 0.40 m wide and, if necessary, on one side over the entire length, equipped with a railing corresponding to the workers ' protection regulations. The tendency of web loading and land stews must be so low that when they are made, even in the case of wet or bad weather, there is no risk of slipping off or slipping out. The surface must be non-slip.

(3) ladders must be sufficiently long and secured against slippage.

Transport of workers with vehicles

§ 49. Where work is carried out on workers with vehicles, a single-rescuing agent must be on board for each worker.

Securing of charge air and other openings

§ 50. (1) As long as loading operations are carried out on board vehicles, all the available charge air must be reliably sealed or secured by a fixed railing of at least 1 m height. This shall not apply to cargo hatches of a height of at least 0.75 m above sea level, for charge air which are used directly for loading, and not for short interruptions of loading, if it is ensured that unauthorised persons do not enter the Danger zone can be reached.

(2) Other openings or depressions dangerous for workers shall be closed as far as possible or provided with a cover which is sufficiently capable of bearing.

Lighting of workplaces on board

§ 51. During the preparation and execution of work, all access, workplaces, transport routes or other places or areas which workers have to enter during their activities shall be sufficient, as well as as uniform and non-glare as possible. illuminate.

Hatch lid

§ 52. (1) The movement of hatch lids must be carried out in such a way as to prevent risks to workers and to prevent damage to the hatch covers.

(2) Before starting work on a hatch, the hatch covers are to be removed or to be secured against change in position.

Lifting and conveying equipment and accessories

§ 53. (1) Trag and stop means and accessories of lifting and conveying equipment (e.g. chains, ropes, rings, shackles) shall be checked at intervals of not more than 3 months. The test shall be documented.

(2) Chains must not be shortened by knots, should not be pulled over sharp edges and may not be damaged by rubbing against hard or sharp-edged objects.

(3) In the case of eyebrows or chewing of wire ropes, the whole strands must be spliced at least three times, and the strands tapering to one half must then be spliced together at least twice; other splicings may only be used if they are are at least as effective.

Operation of lifting and conveying equipment

§ 54. For the guidance of lifting and conveying equipment as well as for the delivery of signals and for the issuing of instructions to the persons employed with the guidance of such equipment or operating equipment or with the monitoring of lifting ropes on drums or winches Only reliable, suitable persons may be used.

Security measures in the envelope

§ 55. (1) In the case of lifting equipment, loads may only be left floating as long as the danger zone is constantly monitored by the person responsible for the guidance of the hoist (§ 54) and that person immediately warning signals in the event of danger or the necessary movements of the load.

(2) As far as the safety of workers is required, a signal post shall be used in the work.

(3) Through appropriate measures it is necessary to ensure that the point of view at work places and places is not affected by dust or vapours in an extent which is dangerous to workers.

(4) It is appropriate to take appropriate measures to ensure that dangerous procedures or procedures are avoided during the stacking or stacking of cargo.

(5) In the case of works with bulk materials or dangerous goods, appropriate measures shall be taken to ensure that workers are able to leave ship rooms and decks safely and rapidly in the event of a danger.

(6) Ladebans may only be used if they are sufficiently wearable and fixed, as well as good and secure.

(7) For the carriage of goods between vehicles and the country, hand-carts may be used only if the risk of derailed or derailed does not exist for the workers and by means of the type, inclination, dimensions or condition of the connecting facilities cannot be caused by other risks to workers.

(8) The loading or unloading of the web, which is intended for loading or unloading, shall be sufficiently wide and so fixed or so as to prevent the use of breaking, tilting, slipping or strengthening when it is used; they shall be less than 1.20 m wide, they must be equipped on both sides with a change in the protection of the workers ' protection regulations.

(9) hooks may not be attached to bands or constrictions of piece goods or packages, except for breaking the load.

(10) Fasshaking hooks may only be used if hazards are avoided by the special design or nature of the barrels or the hooks. "

5. The previous 4. Section receives the label " 5. Section " ; the previous § 46 receives the paragraph "56".

6. The previous § 47 receives the paragraph designation "57" ; the previous text will be given the sales designation "(1)" and shall be added to the following paragraph 2:

" (2) The table of contents to the 4. and 5. Section, § 1 (1) to (4), of the 4. Section including the heading and the 5. Section with headline in the version BGBl. II N ° 215/2012 will enter into force on 1 July 2012. "

Article 6

Amendment of the Regulation on shipping facilities and other installations and works on waterways (Shipping Deposit Regulation)

Pursuant to Section 32 (2), section 39 (3), § § 60 to 63 and § 131 (9), last sentence of the German Employees ' Protection Act (ASchG), BGBl. N ° 450/1995, as last amended by the Federal Law BGBl. I N ° 50/2012, will be the Maritime Ordinance, BGBl. II No 298/2008, amended as follows:

1. In the table of contents there is no entry to the 4. Part as well as to § § 31 to 40.

2. § 1 (3).

3. The heading " 4. Part Measures for the protection of the life and health of workers " as well as § § 31 to 40.

4. § 56 (2).

5. In § 59, the previous text receives the sales designation "(1)" and shall be added to the following paragraph 2:

" (2) The table of contents in the version BGBl. II N ° 215/2012 will enter into force on 1 July 2012. Section 1 (3), the title of the 4. In part, as well as § § 31 to 40 and § 56 (2), expire on 30 June 2012. "

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