Regulation Optical Radiation Federal - B-Vopst And Change The Federal Limit Regulation - B Statutory Health Insurance And The Federal Workplace Regulations B Crp

Original Language Title: Verordnung optische Strahlung Bund – B-VOPST und Änderung der Bundes-Grenzwerteverordnung – B-GKV und der Bundes-Arbeitsstättenverordnung – B-AstV

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291. Regulation of the Federal Government, by which the Federal Government Regulation on the protection of employees against the effects of optical radiation (Regulation optical radiation Bund-B-VOPST) is adopted and with which the Regulation of the Federal Government Federal Government on limit values for working materials and carcinogenic agents (Bundes-Grenzwerteverordnung-B-GKV) and the ordinance of the Federal Government, with the requirements for workplaces of the Federal Government's services are defined (Bundes-Arbeitsstättenverordnung-B-AStV), will be changed

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Subject matter

1Regulation of the Federal Government on the protection of staff from the action

by optical radiation

2

Amendment of the German Federal Border Value Regulation

3

Amendment of the Federal Employment and Labour Regulations

Article 1
Federal Government Regulation on the protection of employees against exposure to optical radiation (Regulation optical radiation Bund-B-VOPST)

Pursuant to Sections 3 (6), 4, 5, 12 to 15, 20 (2), 22 (4), 28 (5), 33 (5), 38 (1), 66, 69, 70, 72 Z 4 to 6 and 87 (2) of the Federal Law on the Protection of Services (B-BSG), BGBl. I n ° 70/1999, as last amended by the Federal Law Gazette (BGBl). I No 153/2009, shall be:

Scope

§ 1. This Regulation shall apply to the scope of application of the Federal Law on the Protection of Services
(B-BSG).

Application of provisions of VOPST

§ 2. The provisions of the regulation of the Federal Minister of Labour, Social Affairs and Consumer Protection on the protection of workers from exposure to optical radiation (Regulation Optical Radiation-VOPST), including Annexes A and B, BGBl. II No 221/2010 in the current version, with the exception of sections 11 to 13, shall apply in the Federal Government's services, with the exception of federal companies, subject to the proviso that:

1.

in the place of the provision, which either contains the term "AschG" or "Employees ' Protection Act", the corresponding provision of the B-BSG and

2.

to replace the term "employees" of the term "servants" and to replace the term "employer" in the term "employer" in the correct grammatical form in each case

occurs.

Prohibition of exceptions

§ 3. According to Article 87 (1) B-BSG, it is established that the responsible head of the central office may not allow the provisions of this Regulation to be an exception.

Implementation of European Union legal acts

§ 4. This Regulation lays down Directive 2006 /25/EC on the minimum health and safety requirements regarding the exposure of workers to the risks arising from artificial optical radiation, OJ L 327, 30.4.2006, p. No. OJ L 114 of 27.04.2006 p. 38, as last amended by Regulation (EC) No 1137/2008, OJ L 114, 27.4.2008, p. No. OJ L 311, 21.11.2008 p. 1.

Transitional and final provisions

§ 5. (1) According to § 104 (4) B-BSG, it is established that, with the entry into force of this Regulation, § 16 (1) of the General Employees ' Protection Regulation (AAV), BGBl, which is in force as a federal law pursuant to § 101 (5) Z 5 B-BSG, is applicable. No 218/1983, as amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No 242/2006, which repeals the phrase 'dazzled light, harmful rays'.

(2) In accordance with Section 101 (4) B-BSG it is established that § 71 paragraph 2 B-BSG enters into force with regard to the effect of artificial optical radiation.

(3) Before the entry into force of this Regulation on the basis of the B-BSG or on the basis of the Federal Service Protection Act, BGBl. No 164/1977, the provisions of this Regulation shall not affect the application of the provisions of this Regulation to the extent to which humble prescriptions of limit values for artificial optical radiation come out of force and which are laid down in the provisions of the Regulation Exposure limit values shall apply.

Article 2
Amendment of the German Federal Border Value Regulation

Pursuant to section 48 (1) (3) and pursuant to § § 12, 40 (3), 42 (1) and (2), 43 (2), 45, 72 (6) and 87 (2) of the Federal Law on the Protection of Services (B-BSG), BGBl. I n ° 70/1999, as last amended by the Federal Law Gazette (BGBl). I No 153/2009, shall be:

The Federal Government Regulation on limit values for working materials and on carcinogenic agents (Bundes-Grenzwerteverordnung-B-GKV), BGBl. II No 393/2002, shall be amended as follows:

1. In the heading to § 1, the string "GKV 2006" through the phrase "Regulation of the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Labour on limit values for working materials and carcinogenic agents" replaced.

2. In § 1 (1), the parenthesis shall be deleted. "(Border Value Regulation 2006-GKV 2006)" .

3. In § 1 para. 2, the string shall be "GKV 2003" through the phrase "the regulation of the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Labour on limit values for working materials and carcinogenic agents" replaced.

4. In § 1 para. 3, the string shall be "GKV 2006" through the phrase "the regulation of the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Labour on limit values for working materials and carcinogenic agents" replaced.

5. In § 2 (6), (9) and (10), the string shall be "GKV 2006" through the phrase "Regulation of the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Labour on limit values for working materials and carcinogenic agents" replaced.

Article 3
Amendment of the Federal Employment and Labour Regulations

On the basis of § § 19 to 32 of the Federal Law on the Protection of Civil Order-B-BSG, BGBl. I n ° 70/1999, as last amended by the Federal Law Gazette (BGBl). I No 153/2009, shall be:

The Federal Government Regulation laying down the requirements for employment offices of federal agencies (Bundes-Arbeitsstättenverordnung-B-AStV), Federal Law Gazette (BGBl). II No 352/2002, shall be amended as follows:

1. § 40 reads:

" § 40. (1) It is necessary to ensure that at least the following number of persons is demonstrably trained for the first aid (first aid workers). First-helper):

1.

For up to 19 staff regularly employed at the same time, one person; for 20 to 29 staff regularly employed at the same time, two persons; in the case of 10 other staff regularly employed at the same time, one additional person;

2.

by way of derogation from Z 1 in workplaces with a low hazard potential: for up to 29 staff members regularly employed at the same time; for 30 to 49 staff regularly employed at the same time, two persons; each 20 more an additional person regularly employed at the same time.

(2) The following shall apply to the training referred to in paragraph 1:

1.

In workplaces with at least five staff regularly employed at the same time, the training referred to in paragraph 1 must be at least 16 hours of training in accordance with the curricula drawn up by the Austrian Red Cross, or a training programme for at least five hours. other, at least equivalent training, such as that of the presence or training service of the Bundesheer.

2.

In workplaces with fewer than five staff regularly employed at the same time, it is up to 1. January 2015 is sufficient if the first helper or the first aid worker after the 1. January 1998 for at least six hours of instruction in life-saving emergency measures (in the sense of § 6 of the Implementing Regulation, Federal Law Gazette, Federal Law Gazette, BGBl. II, No 320/1997). From 1. In January 2015, the first aid worker must complete a first aid refresher according to paragraph 3.

(3) It is necessary to ensure that first-aid workers complete an at least eight-hour first-aid refresher at intervals of not more than four years. This can also be shared, so that at intervals of not more than two years an at least four-hour first-aid refresher takes place. The first-aid refresher can also be carried out by the occupational health professional or the occupational health care worker without any deposit into the preventive period.

(4) organizational measures shall ensure that, during the hours of service, there is a sufficient number of first-time helpers, with regard to the number of temporary staff present. Only-Helferin can also be a representative, first aid worker, a representative of the service provider. "

2. In accordance with § 44, the following § 44a is inserted:

" § 44a. (1) If neither a fire protection officer or a fire protection officer is appointed or a fire brigade or a volunteer fire brigade is established in accordance with the guidelines of the State Fire Brigade Associations, nor a fire protection officer or a fire protection officer, a fire protection officer or a fire protection officer or a fire protection group under this Regulation shall be required to ensure that the persons designated pursuant to section 25 (4) B-BSG are involved in the handling of the funds of the first extinguishing aid, and are able to To be able to make the following:

1.

In the event of a fire, alert the fire brigade, if necessary,

2.

in the case of an alarm, in the event of an instruction by a representative or a representative of the employer, to check whether all staff members have left the workplace,

3.

to apply the first extinguishing aid in the event of fire, to the extent that it is absolutely necessary to ensure the flight of staff.

(2) The order of persons responsible for fire-fighting and evacuation of the employees shall not exempt the service provider from his responsibility pursuant to § 25 para. 1 to 3 B-BSG. "

(3) The following paragraph 5 is added to § 47:

" (5) § 40 and § 44a in the version of the BGBl Regulation. II No 291/2011 step on 1. October 2011, in force. "

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