Laying Down The Conditions Of Health Protection At Work

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361/2007 Coll.
GOVERNMENT REGULATION


Dated 12 December 2007

Laying down conditions for occupational health

Change: 68/2010 Coll.

Change: 93/2012 Coll. (Part)

Change: 93/2012 Coll.

Change: 9/2013 Coll.

Government directs pursuant to § 21 letter. a) Act no. 309/2006 Coll., which
amend other requirements of occupational safety and health in
labor relations and ensuring safety and health at
activities or providing service outside labor relations (Act
on securing other conditions for safety and health at work), and
to implement the Act no. 262/2006 Coll., the Labour Code, as amended by subsequent legislation
:
PART ONE

SUBJECT MATTER


§ 1

(1) This regulation implements the relevant regulations of the European Union ^ 1) and
adjusts further to the directly applicable European Union regulations ^ 21)

A) the risk factors of working conditions, their structure, methods and
method of detection, hygienic limits

B) the method of assessment of risk factors for the health
employees (hereinafter referred to as "health risk assessment")

C) the minimum range of measures to protect the health of employees

D) conditions for the provision of personal protective equipment and their maintenance
when working with lead, chemical substances or mixtures that
absorbed through the skin or mucous membranes, and chemical substances, mixtures or dust
which have irritating effect on the skin, carcinogens, mutagens and
reproductive toxic substances, asbestos, biological agents and stress
cold or heat

E) details of the provision of protective drinks,

F) detailed hygiene requirements for the workplace and work environment

G) detailed requirements for the work organization and working procedures
heat or cold stress, working with chemical substances, mixtures,
dust, lead, asbestos, biological agents, and during physical activity,

H) detailed requirements for work with display screen,

I) certain provisions where fighting incident in which
increases the exposure levels that may lead to
imminent danger to life or health (hereinafter referred to as' excessive exposure
") employees exposed chemical mixtures or dust

J) the scope of information to protect the health at work with lead,
excessive exposure to chemical carcinogens, mutagens or toxic for reproduction
with biological agents and during physical activity,

A) minimum requirements for the content of training employees at work, which is
or can be a source of exposure to asbestos dust or materials containing asbestos
.

(2) The work performed at the workplace, which is not or only partially
protected from outside influences (hereinafter referred to as "outside the workplace") is not subject
conditions provided for in § 36-38, 41, 42 47, 51, 52 and
Annex no. 1 to this Order, part C. for outdoor workplaces are also considered
work underground.

(3) The work performed as an artistic activity, with the exception of the workshops
artistic production, are not subject to the conditions provided for in § 13-21, §
36 to 39, § 43, 48, 49, 51, 52 in Annex no. 1 to this Order, part C and annexes
no. 2, 4, 7 and 9 of this Regulation.

(4) This regulation applies to legal relations concerning the protection
health activities or providing service outside labor relations
to the extent provided by law to ensure the safety of other conditions
and health at work ^ 2).

(5) Under this Regulation shall be assessed in terms of health protection
pupils of secondary schools during practical lessons, students
higher professional education in practical training and university students in practical
teaching and practice.

(6) This Regulation is without prejudice to the general technical requirements for construction
^ 3). This regulation does not apply if special requirements
working environment and the workplace and procedures for identifying and evaluating risk factors
working conditions governed by a special legal regulation
^ 4) or directly applicable EU regulation ^ 5) .
PART TWO


RISK FACTORS WORKING CONDITIONS, their classification, identification, health risk assessments
CONDITIONS AND HEALTH AT WORK
Title I


Risk factors Breakdown of working conditions, detect and


Ratings
§ 2

Basic division

(1) Risk factors microclimate conditions are divided into load
heat and cold load; Chemical factors are divided into substances and mixtures
general, lead, dust, carcinogen, mutagen, toxic for reproduction and
asbestos; Biological agents are divided into groups;
physical load is divided on the overall physical stress, local muscle strain,
working position and manual handling of loads.

(2) If it is not possible in the identification and assessment of risk factors
working conditions follow this regulation, the procedure
according to the method contained in the Czech technical standard that includes such methods
^ 6) at which the application is deemed that the result is within the bounds of what
determination, precision and accuracy demonstrated. When using other methods than
methods contained in the Czech technical standard must be demonstrated
that the method is equally reliable.

(3) Risk factors of noise, vibration, non-ionizing radiation, optical
radiation and ionizing radiation, the method of detection and evaluation
their hygienic limits and conditions of health personnel at work
exposed to these risk factors regulated by special legal regulations
^ 7).
Title II


Conditions occupational health and risk factors microclimate

Part 1



Heat load
§ 3


Heat load rating
Heat load at work is determined by the amount of metabolic heat generated
muscle work and environmental factors, which means
air temperature (ta), the resulting temperature globe temperature (tg)
air velocity (va ), relative humidity (Rh) and
stereoteplota (TST).

§ 3a


Definitions
For the evaluation of the heat load according to the government regulation means

A) long-term allowable load heat load limited amount
fluids lost while working from the body with sweat and breathing, which makes
acclimated for a woman or a man up to 2160 gm-2, which corresponds to a loss
3 9 liters of fluid per eight-hour shift for a standard person
body surface area 1.8 m2,

B) short-term permissible load heat load
Limited amount of heat stored in the body, which may not exceed the employee
aklimatizovaného and neaklimatizovaného 180 kJ.m-second This value corresponds to the temperature rise
internal environment of 0.8 ° C rise
average skin temperature by 3.5 ° C and maximum heart rate increases to 150
tepů.min-1

C) long-term allowable operation time period during which it reached
long permissible load heat

D) short-term allowable operation time period during which it reached
short term permissible load heat

E) metabolic heat amount of heat generated by the organism
employee at work, which corresponds to the energy expenditure associated with
this work,

F) stereoteplotou TST directional radiation temperature measured ball
stereoteploměrem that characterizes the effect of radiation surrounding areas
monitored spatial angle

G) energy expenditure (M) output, expressed as gross values, which are values ​​
including the basal metabolism BM, the unit is
1 watt per 1 m2 of body surface area, men or women;
energy expenditure is determined by measuring the orientation or using tabular values ​​by Czech
technical standards Ergonomics of the thermal environment ^ 22), the indicative
determining the energy output can be used figures for examples
types of work in the annex . 1 to this Order, part A, table. 1

H) nevenkovním workplace with unkempt temperature enclosed workplaces
naturally ventilated or workplace where ventilation is used
combined or forced ventilation

I) nevenkovním workplace temperature controlled as a technological requirement
workplace temperature controlled necessary to establish and maintain standardized
heat and humidity conditions for protection
manufacturing, product or product

J) air-conditioned workplace nevenkovní workplace with sustained
temperature at which it is used for ventilation, mechanical ventilation
ensuring the required cleanliness, temperature and humidity.

§ 3b

Heat load in the workplace

(1) heat load at work in the workplace according to § 3a point. h) or

Workplace pursuant to § 3 point. i) shall be assessed according to the average operating temperature
(it), which means temperature calculated as a time-weighted average for
effective work time, which is time minus the duration
breaks for meals and rest and safety break or averaging of the individual measured
time intervals throughout the eight-hour shift
or longer, in the case of work with varying temperatures from
air temperature ta, the resulting spherical bulb temperature Tg flow rate
air va stereoteploty and TST.
Evaluation by average operating temperature can be provided air velocity va
equal to or less than 0.2 ms-1 to replace evaluation by the resulting temperature
globe temperature.

(2) Load the heat to work for Class I to V according to Annex no. 1
to this Regulation, Part A, table no. 1 performed in the workplace
referred to in paragraph 1 shall be assessed in terms of compliance
limit values ​​laid down in Annex no. 1 to this Order, part A, table No. 2.

(3) The permissible values ​​for setting microclimate
conditioned workplace Class I and IIa are set forth in Annex no. 1
to this Regulation, Part A, Table no. 3. It must also be met
requirements for permissible horizontal and vertical uniformity of temperature
under Annex no. 1 to this Order, part a, tables. 4 and 5.
requirements specified in tables Nos. 4 and 5 must be adhered to and || | workplace pursuant to § 3 point. h), on which work is performed
classified into Class I and IIa according to Annex no. 1 to this Order, Part A, table no. 1
.

(4) For continuous or repeated monitoring of the level of stress in the heat
work that has already been evaluated by measuring the methodology
governing the measurement of microclimate parameters
working environment and internal environment of buildings, published by the Journal of the Ministry
health, may be used only measure air temperature calibrated
thermometer that meets the requirements of special legislation 7a).
Air temperature measurement is performed in places where it was performed
previous measurements resulting temperature under the methodology.
Certified results are considered valid if the changed conditions determining
share radiant component and the proportion of energy expenditure on employee
total heat load. Measurements calibrated thermometer under these conditions
also used to check the level of heat load to determine
loss of fluids.

(5) heat load on the outdoor work is evaluated by the resulting temperature
globe temperature. Air flow and relative humidity
ignored.

§ 4

Long and short term allowable working time, work schedules and safety breaks


(1) In the event that they are not at work in class IIb to V
Annex no. 1, Part A, table no. 1, performed in the workplace according to §
point 3a. h) § 3 point. i) on or outside the workplace respected
permissible load values ​​for heat aklimatizovaného employees
under Annex no. 1 to this Order, Part A, Table no. 2 must be applied
regime alternation of work and safety breaks
within compliance of long and short time allowed in an inning of work.
Compliance with the limit values ​​according to table no. 2 is not required for work
in Class I and IIa workplace pursuant to § 3 point. h)
extremely warm day, which means a day when the highest temperature of the outside air
reached higher than 30 ° C; In this case
must be compensated fluid losses to the extent specified in the table
no. 6; in case of exceeding the temperature at 36 ° C workplace must also be applied
mode alternating work breaks and safety set by
calculation provided for in Annex no. 1 to this Order, Part B.

(2) Long-term and short-time work allowed in an inning for
aklimatizovaného employees provided for in Annex no. 1
to this Regulation, Part B, Tables. 1a to 2c.

(3) Long-term allowable heat load is evaluated differently for employees
aklimatizovaného neaklimatizovaného and thermal conditions
considered at the workplace. For aklimatizovaného servant shall
employee performing work for at least three weeks from the onset of the investigation
workplace. For employees executing neaklimatizovaného

Work assigned to class IIb to V, where they are in the workplace
exceeded allowable heat load values ​​listed in Annex no. 1
to this Regulation, Part A, Table no. 2, for a period 3 weeks after onset
to such work long permissible time work set out in Annex
no. 1 for this regulation, Part B, Tables 1a to 2c reduced by 30%.

(4) Except in the assessment of long and short permissible load
supplies come from tables 1a to 2c because other award
parameters which are different air velocities, different thermal resistance of clothing or
if the humidity is higher than 70%, determined
long and short periods of work permitted by calculating the thermal balance
according to Czech technical standards ergonomics of the thermal environment ^ 7b)
or by measuring water loss in sweat and breathing, internal temperature
environment organism and heart rate. Method for measuring water loss
sweat and respiration, temperature and internal environment
heart rate is also used to determine the long and short permissible
time work for employees who must use special protective
reflective clothing, apparel with active cooling and ventilation or clothing
waterproof.

§ 4a
Fluid loss


(1) Hygienic limit fluid loss in the heat load is 1.25 liters per
eight-hour shift. Replacement of lost fluids and minerals is
applies in the event that the work classified in accordance with Annex no. 1
to this Regulation, Part A, table no. 1 lost fluids exceeding the hygienic limit of 1.25
liter. Replacement of fluid loss is provided in
extent provided in Annex no. 1 to this Order, Part A, Table.
6th

(2) Determination of fluid loss during exercise heat is performed by measuring only
if the case of work done in the special protective
reflective clothing, clothing with active cooling and ventilation in work clothes who || | reduces the evaporation of sweat, or if the work carried out in an environment
which the relative humidity of the working environment is higher than 80%.

§ 5

Minimum measures to protect health and the detailed requirements for the way the organization works


(1) Compliance with long-term and short-time work is permissible provided
alternating cycles (c) and security breaks (tp).
Number of operating cycles (c) and the length of the safety breaks (tp) is calculated
according to the procedure laid down in Annex no. 1 to this Order, Part B.

(2) If, pursuant to § 4a para. 2 Identified loss of fluid per eight-hour shift, an employee
equal to or greater than 3.9 liters, determined
long and short time work bearable individual calculation-7b ).

(3) In the workplace, with a length of shifts longer than eight hours must
fluid loss in sweat and breathing as a result of the work and heat load per shift
exceed the allowable limit of 3.9 liters of fluid loss by more than 20%
must not be exceeded allowable short-time work.

(4) During the work, during which an employee comes into contact with the surface
solid material whose temperatures exceed the values ​​laid down in Annex
no. 1 to this Order, Part E must be ensured that unprotected skin
staff with him does not come into direct contact.

(5) Long-term and short-time work permissible load on the heat
work in underground mines and the procedure for calculating the duty cycles and safety breaks
adapting Annex no. 1 to this Regulation, Part C.
Part 2



Cold load
§ 6

Load rating and refrigerate detailed requirements for the work organization and working procedures


(1) An employee may be exposed to cold stress only
pursues a work corresponding energy expenditure 106 Wm-2 and higher
nevenkovním to the workplace, which must be kept operational or resulting temperature
as a technological requirement is lower than the minimum temperature
set out in Annex no. 1 to this Order, part A, table.
2, or exercises when working at outdoor workplaces with a corrected
air temperature 4 ° C and lower, or in case of emergency control
events.

(2) Air temperature-corrected effect of the air flow is regulated by
Annex no. 1 to this Order, Part D

§ 7

Minimum measures to protect health, more hygienic requirements for workplace



(1) If maintained operational or resulting temperature as technological
requirement or corrected temperature air at the workplace falls below 10 ° C
, the employee must be equipped with working clothes, which must have
such thermal insulation properties which are sufficient to ensure thermal
neutral conditions of human body temperature expressed
internal environment of the body 36 to 37 ° C. When the temperature at the workplace
at 4 ° C and lower employee must be equipped with gloves
and working shoes for protection against the cold. To determine the necessary thermal insulation properties
work clothing, sufficient to ensure
thermally neutral conditions the human organism, proceed
according to the relevant technical standards Ergonomics of the thermal environment ^ 7b)
standards and establishing and interpreting stress from the cold with the necessary clothing
isolation and local effects of cold ^ 8).

(2) The work carried out for more than two hours per shift at
maintained operational or resultant temperature as technological
requirement or corrected at 4 ° C and lower employee has the right to security break
in warming; warming up with a device equips
for warming hands. Safety break must last at least 10 minutes
.

(3) Except for work associated with handling material whose temperature
is 10 ° C and below, use gloves against the cold and the type of work requires direct contact heat
unprotected skin hand, employees must be
possible after completion of such work, a safety break designed for
warming the hands of at least 5 minutes.

(4) When you work in a sustained operational or resultant temperature as
technological requirements or corrected temperature must work
employees adjusted to the time of the going concern
at a temperature of from 4 to -10 ° C not exceed two hours at a temperature of air from
-10.1 to -20 ° C for 1 hour, and from -20.1 to -30 ° C for 30 minutes.

(5) The work must be adjusted so that it will not take place on employee
outside the workplace, which is corrected air temperature is lower than
-30 ° C, unless the urgency of repairs, averting danger to
life or health during natural and other emergencies;
Health workers for this purpose ensures alternating
employees or other organizations work according to specific conditions
work. When the corrected air temperature of -30 ° C or lower may be
unprotected skin exposed for more than 10 minutes.

(6) entering the workplace, on which the work is performed for four hours
per shift and extended (hereinafter referred to as "permanent job"), which during working time
opens directly to the outside, must be in the winter and
transitional period when corrected by the outside air temperature is lower than the minimum temperature
set out in Annex no. 1, part a, table no. 2
less than or maintained operational or resulting temperature as | || technological requirement, protected against the ingress of outside air.
Part 3


Protective drinks

§ 8

Detailed conditions for the provision of protective drinks

(1) To protect health from the effects of heat or cold stress
to provide employees with protective drink. Protective beverage
shall be medically safe and must not contain more than 6.5 percent by weight of sugar,
however, may contain substances increasing the body's resistance.
Amount of alcohol in it must not exceed 1 weight percent;
protective drink for juvenile employee shall not contain alcohol. Protective
drink for protection against heat load is provided in an amount corresponding
least 70% loss of fluids and minerals in sweat and breathing
per eight-hour shift. Protective drink for protection against the cold load
provides warm, in the amount of at least half a liter per eight-hour shift.

(2) In the event that the work is classified under Annex no. 1
to this Regulation, Part A, table no. 1, Class I to IIIa as a protective
drink provides natural mineral slightly mineralized water, spring water or water
fulfilling similar microbiological, physical and chemical requirements
as the designated waters.

(3) The work classified in accordance with Annex no. 1 to this Order, Part A,
Table. 1, Class IIIb-V as a protective drink provides
natural mineral water or medium mineralized water with similar

Total mineralization. The quantity of protective drinks merely
half of 70% of that fluid loss, the other half of the protective
beverage is protective beverage of paragraph 2.

(4) Protective drink for protection against heat stress is further provided at
permanent work load of supplies falling under the Law on Protection of Public Health
^ 9) in the fourth category.

(5) Protective drink for protection against cold stress at work is provided
at

A) nevenkovním workplace, which must be maintained operative or
resulting temperature as the technological requirement of less than 4 ° C

B) outside the site on which the corrected air temperature lower than
4 ° C.
Title III


Conditions of health protection at work with chemical factors and dust
Part 1


General procedures and protection against excessive exposure

§ 9

Occupational exposure limits, method of detection and evaluation

(1) hygienic limits of chemical substances covered by the Law on Chemical Substances
^ 10) means the permissible exposure limit or
maximum allowable concentration. Hygienic limit dust means
permissible exposure limit.

(2) Permissible Exposure Limit chemicals or dust celosměnový
time-weighted average concentration of gases, vapors or aerosols in working
air, which may be the current state of knowledge exposed
worker in eight hours or less inning weekly working time
without there had been even in life-long occupational exposure to damage
health, undermining their ability to work and performance.
Permissible exposure limit is set for the work that the average pulmonary ventilation
employees does not exceed 20 liters per minute per eight-hour shift
. Concentrations of chemicals or dust in the working environment, the source of which is not
technological process, shall not exceed 1/3 of their
permissible exposure limits.

(3) To determine the permissible exposure limit
mixtures of chemical substances, the determination of the allowable exposure limit
chemical substances at higher ventilation and procedure for determining the permissible exposure limit
in more than eight-hour shift, are regulated
in Annex no. 2 to this Order, part B.

(4) Maximum permissible concentration is that concentration of chemical substances
which employees may be exposed continuously for a short period of time
without experienced eye irritation or respiratory or
been jeopardized their health and reliability of performance work. When evaluating
working environment can be compared with a maximum allowable concentration
time weighted average concentrations of this pollutant measured for a maximum of 15 minutes
. Such 15-minute segments with higher than average concentration value
permissible exposure limit, but not exceeding the maximum allowable concentration
, may be used during an eight-hour shift with a maximum of 4
least one hour apart. Must not
time-weighted average concentration for an entire shift to exceed permissible exposure limit
.

(5) The list of chemical substances and their permissible exposure limits and
maximum allowable concentrations are set forth in Annex no. 2 to this
Regulation, Part A. Lists of powders and their permissible exposure limits are adjusted
Annex no. 3 to this Order, part A, the tables no. 1 to 5.


(6) The method of measuring and assessing inhalation exposure to chemicals and
dusts in the working environment is provided for in Annex no. 3 to this
Regulation, Part C. inhalation exposure means exposure to chemical substances measured
in the breathing zone of workers.

(7) The method of measuring inhalable and respirable fraction of airborne dust
gravimetric method is provided for in Annex no. 3 to this Order, Part D

(8) The sampling of dust containing asbestos in the workplace atmosphere
and their processing is contained in Annex no. 3 to this Order, Part B
.

§ 10

Evaluation of the health risks

(1) evaluation of the health risks to employees who are at work
exposed to chemicals or mixtures of dust covers

A) detecting the presence of chemical substances, mixtures or dust
workplace
mixtures

B) identification of hazardous properties of chemical substances, mixtures or dust
which may affect the health of employees


C) use of data from MSDS and other sources
related to chemical safety

D) determine the level, type and duration of exposure,

E) a description of the technological and operation with a chemical substance or mixture
associated with the development of dust

F) use of data on the permissible exposure limit
highest permissible concentration or exposure monitoring
from available sources

G) to assess the effect of measures taken to protect the health of employees at work
,

H) application of the conclusions already carried out medical examinations and investigations
application of the conclusions of the extraordinary events and other information from available
sources

I) the conditions under which it may be due to an incident occur
excessive exposure to a chemical substance or mixture.

(2) evaluation of the health risks of chemical substances, mixtures or dust
must also include maintenance work or cleaning work and when
which an employee may be exposed to excessive exposure to chemicals or mixtures
dust.

§ 11

Minimum measures to protect the health at work, more hygienic
requirements for the workplace and work environment

(1) For a chemical substance or mixture that is absorbed through the skin or mucous membranes
, and chemical substances, mixtures or dust that have
irritant or sensitizing effect on the skin, it is necessary to ensure that
employee was equipped with appropriate personal protective working
agent.

(2) When working with chemical substances, mixtures or dust must be ensured
sufficient and effective local exhaust ventilation and resources from chemicals
mixtures or dust and implemented technical and technological measures
help to reduce the level of chemical mixtures or dust
working atmosphere.

§ 12

Minimum measures to protect health from the effects of excessive exposure

(1) In the event of an incident are not sufficient
available technical measures to limit excessive exposure to chemical or employee
dust to acceptable levels must be

A) until the elimination of the causes of a state that due to an incident
led to excessive exposure to chemicals or dust on the workplace
limited number of employees at those who carry out the necessary work
, || |
B) an employee who performs work under a), provided with personal protective equipment
appropriate chemical or dust
anticipated levels of exposure

C) the contaminated area defined controlled zone, if the
extraordinary event associated with the release of chemical substances, mixtures or dust
into the work environment and the definition of the controlled zone is expedient
leaked due to the nature of the substance, mixture and its amount,

D) the duration of exposure to the chemical or dust employee who performs
in controlled areas need work, reduced to a minimum,

E) after eliminating the causes incident to ensure control measurements
chemical substances, mixtures or dust, unless it can be expected
presence in the work environment even after all
measures aimed at liquidation of emergencies.

(2) acceptable rate referred to in paragraph 1 shall mean
reducing exposure to chemicals or mixtures of dust
exceeding their permissible exposure limit or, in the case of a chemical substance or mixture, 1/3 of its
maximum allowable concentration.
Part 2

Lead


§ 13

Health risk assessment, information to protect the health

(1) When working with lead, which could lead to the absorption of lead into
human organism, must be assessed method and degree of exposure to lead and
employees must be evaluated from the resulting health risks
.

(2) To evaluate worker exposure to lead is a crucial indicator
biological exposure test for determining the concentration of lead in the blood (hereinafter referred
"plumbémie"). Plumbémie limit value is 400 mg / l of blood.

(3) Non-exhaustive list of activities where there may be exposure to lead
employee is regulated in Annex no. 4 to this Regulation.

§ 14

Monitoring and assessment of exposure information to health protection

(1) If the concentration of lead in the workplace atmosphere is higher than 1/3
permissible exposure limit laid down in Annex no. 2 to this
Regulation, Part A, but is below the permissible exposure limit,

Must be ensured that an employee plumbémie
fixed at least once a year and measurement of lead in the workplace atmosphere
done at least once a year.

(2) If an equipment preventive care
employer pursuant to the Act on Public Health Protection ^ 11) that has been exceeded limit values ​​
plumbémie an employee, and if the concentration of lead in working || | air are higher than the permissible exposure limit laid down in Annex no. 2
to this Regulation, part a, it must be ensured that plumbémie u
employees estimated to be between 2-6 months and measuring the concentration of lead in
Occupational Exposure was performed every 3 months.
Frequency measurement of lead in the workplace atmosphere is reduced to one year if there
during two consecutive assays, the limit value
plumbémie.

(3) health risk assessment must be repeated whenever arises
suspect that the current risk assessment was incorrect or if on
workplace to changes in technology, materials used or organization
work.

§ 15

Minimum measures to protect the health at work, more hygienic
workplace requirements, additional workflow requirements

(1) Where effective measures to reduce exposure to lead can not be accepted
due to their nature or intensity during the 30 calendar days and more
plumbémie determination demonstrated by the employees exceeded the limit value
plumbémie must employer to ensure that employees
at any stage of the shift has not been exposed to lead.

(2) If an employee repeatedly found exceeding the limit values ​​
plumbémie must be immediately implemented the measures needed to establish the cause
and to remove them.

(3) To reduce the risk of entry of lead into the body employee must be ensured
dedicated space in which an employee can eat and drink without being exposed
risk of exposure to lead.

(4) The employee must be equipped with a convenient work clothes for work
lead and other necessary personal protective equipment
. Laundry and cleaning work clothes can only be performed in
laundry or dry cleaning services are available for this kind of work designed and equipped
. When transporting the workplace must be working clothing stored in a closed container
.
Part 3


Chemical substances and mixtures classified as carcinogenic, mutagenic or toxic for reproduction


§ 16

Carcinogens, mutagens and substances toxic to reproduction

(1) Among the chemicals are carcinogenic, mutagenic or toxic to reproduction ranks


) Substances classified as chemical carcinogens category 1 and 2
mutagens category 1 and 2, and toxic for reproduction category 1 and 2
under the Act on Chemical Substances

B) substances classified as chemical carcinogens category 1A and 1B
mutagen category 1A and 1B or toxic for reproduction category 1A and 1B
adjusted by the directly applicable European Union

C) cytostatic and hardwood dusts provided for in paragraph b) of the Explanatory
listed in Annex no. 3 to this Order, Part A, to table no. 4
when working with hardwoods included in third or fourth category
under the law on public health protection.

(2) For the carcinogens category 1 and 2, mutagens category 1 and 2
substances toxic to reproduction, category 1 and 2, placed on the market before 1
December 2010, carcinogens category 1A and 1B mutagens category 1A and 1B
and toxic for reproduction category 1A and 1B under
directly applicable regulations of the European Union are also considered to be carcinogenic mixture,
mutagenic or toxic for reproduction category 1A and 1B, if the content of these
substances above the concentration limit of a general or specific
laid down by the directly applicable European Union.

§ 17

Evaluation of the health risks

(1) If there can be any activity associated with exposure to employee
substances referred to in § 16 shall be determined by the type, amount and duration of exposure
, in order to evaluate any health hazard for employees
and for appropriate measures to protect their health.

(2) Reviews under paragraph 1 shall be repeated regularly, at least once
year and whenever there is a change in working conditions, which may
affect the amount of the workers' exposure.

(3) In evaluating the level of risk must be evaluated in all ways

Worker exposure, including skin absorption, and other facts that
may affect the health of employees.

§ 18

Minimum measures to protect the health at work, more hygienic
workplace requirements, information on health protection

(1) If it is technically possible, there must be a use of substances listed in §
16 workplace limited primarily by the use of substances, preparations or
practices that are not hazardous or less hazardous to the health of employees
.

(2) If the assessment results show that the use of the substances referred to in § 16
not for technical reasons to replace the substances, preparations
object or process which is not hazardous or less hazardous to health
the employee, the employer must ensure that their
use or production have been carried out if it is technically feasible
, in a closed system. Unless the application closed
system is technically possible, it must be reduced worker exposure to what
lowest technically achievable level.

(3) Wherever used substances referred to in § 16, the employer must
implement these protective measures:

A) limit the amount of workplace

B) limit the number of exposed or possibly exposed
employees as much as possible,

C) to adjust the working process so that it is possible to eliminate or minimize leakage
these substances from the workplace

D) capturing them at source, provide local exhaust and general ventilation,

E) providing suitable analytical procedures for measuring them in working
atmosphere, especially for the early detection of abnormal exposures resulting
incident

F) to use appropriate procedures and methods of work

G) to provide personal protective equipment

H) to ensure the functionality check their work clothes and cleaning
before and after each use

I) ensure effective hygiene measures, in particular regular cleaning
floors, walls and surfaces workplace

J) develop a plan for contingencies, which could result in an abnormal exposure
and acquaint him with employee

K) ensure safe storage, storage, transport and handling
them, including the use of sealed containers and equipment.
Containers and packages containing substances mentioned in § 16 para. 1
must be clearly legible and clearly marked,

L) clearly mark, set and control the ban on eating, drinking and smoking at the workplace
where the risk of contamination with substances listed in §
16; for the purposes of food and drink to designate a specific area outside the controlled
zone

M) to ensure regular monitoring of the health status of employees.

(4) The employer must inform the employee of overexposure
substances referred to in § 16, its causes and measures to eliminate
.

(5) During the work, who can be by its very nature suggests that may be associated with excessive exposure
employees substances referred to in § 16 or
incident associated with excessive exposure to these substances has to | || workplace access only employee in a suitable work clothes,
equipped with personal protective equipment to protect the respiratory tract
; for the duration of excessive exposure to be contaminated
space is defined and controlled area must be taken
necessary measures to reduce the exposure time.

(6) Controlled area when working with substances listed in § 16
permanently establishes the time, if it is a job where he treats
chemical carcinogens category 1, 1A, with mutagens category 1, 1A, with
substances toxic to reproduction category 1, 1A or cytostatic agents
workplaces preparing their solutions.

(7) In the lab permanently establishes a controlled area where
carcinogens category 1, 1A, mutagens category 1, 1A
toxic for reproduction category 1, 1A used for purposes other than as | || reagents or for calibration purposes.
Section 4

Asbestos


§ 19

Monitoring and assessment of asbestos exposure

(1) Asbestos means fibrous silicates, which are

A) actinolite, CAS 77536-66-4,

B) amosite CAS 12172-73-5,

C) Anthophylite CAS 77536-67-5,

D) Chrysotile CAS 12001-29-5

E) Crocidolite CAS 12001-28-4,

F) tremolite CAS 77536-68-6.

(2) Indicators for monitoring workers' exposure to asbestos is the ultimate

Fiber concentration measuring a length greater than 5 mm, a diameter of less than
3 microns and length to diameter ratio greater than 3: 1 in the working atmosphere.

§ 20

Evaluation of the health risks

(1) evaluation of the health risks of working with asbestos includes

A) establish its presence in the workplace and the form in which it is located

B) the expected scope of work with asbestos

C) the duration of working with asbestos.

(2) To verify the presence of asbestos in the workplace can use information from
building owner or other verifiable sources, and
if these are not available, it is necessary materials for which it is considered that | || contain asbestos analysis.

§ 21

Minimum measures to protect health, more hygienic requirements
workplace closer workflow requirements, training content

(1) If the evaluation according to § 20 shows that the concentration of asbestos in the workplace atmosphere
is or may be exceeded, the measurement is performed
least every three months and whenever the implementation of technical || | technological change or work performed. The frequency of measurements may be
reduced to one year, failing
substantial change in working conditions and the results of the two preceding measurements have not exceeded half
permissible exposure limit laid down in Annex no. 3 to this
Regulation table no. 5

(2) When removing the building or part thereof in which asbestos was used
or asbestos-containing material must be met, this minimum
measures to protect the health of employees

A) technological procedures used in handling asbestos or asbestos containing material
must be modified so as to prevent
release of asbestos dust into the working environment,

B) asbestos and materials containing asbestos must be removed before removing
building or part thereof, unless the risk assessment
imply that the exposure of workers to asbestos would be in this
removing higher

C) asbestos-containing waste must be collected and removed from the workplace
as quickly as possible and stored in a tightly sealed container provided
label containing a warning that it contains asbestos,

D) space, which is done removing asbestos or asbestos-containing material
must be defined controlled zone,

E) employee in the controlled area must be equipped
work clothes and personal protective equipment to prevent exposure to asbestos
respiratory tract. Work clothing must be deposited with the employer
defined place and properly labeled. After each use
must be checked to see if the clothing is damaged, and made his
cleanup. If the clothing is damaged, it must be before the next use
repaired. Without control, and then repair or replace the damaged part can not be
clothing reused. When washing or cleaning
workwear not performed under these conditions employer alone
transported to the washing or cleaning in a closed container,

F) workers must be ensured sanitary and auxiliary equipment
necessary due to the nature of the work.

(3) Before removing the asbestos or asbestos-containing material from
building or part thereof, must be drawn up plan work with data on

A) place of work performed,

B) the nature and probable duration of the work,

C) operating procedures used when working with asbestos or asbestos containing material
,

D) equipment used to protect the health of employees executing
working with asbestos or materials containing asbestos and to protect
other persons present in the workplace,

E) measures for the protection of health at work.

(4) Upon completion of the work related to the removal of asbestos or asbestos-containing material
of the building or part thereof shall be carried
control measuring levels of asbestos in the workplace atmosphere, unless it is a work of rare and
short-term exposure to asbestos; the work can then proceed
if the value found asbestos in the workplace atmosphere below the permissible exposure limit
.

(5) The measures provided for in paragraphs 2 to 4 must be adopted for other work
which can be a source of exposure to asbestos.

(6) For an employee who is or may be exposed to asbestos or
dust from asbestos-containing material must be provided in

Regular interval training, which enables the acquisition of knowledge and skills
the application of good preventive health threat, especially
a

A) the properties of asbestos and its effects on health including součinného
effect of smoking,

B) the types of materials or objects that may contain asbestos,

C) the activities for which the likelihood of exposure to asbestos,

D) the importance of control mechanisms designed to minimize exposure to asbestos
,

E) safe working procedures, protective measures and monitoring their compliance
,

F) the selection of appropriate personal protective work means to protect
respiratory conditions, including the use

G) proper work procedures for emergency
associated with the release of asbestos dust or asbestos-containing material, maintenance or repair
,

H) operating procedures for decontamination of affected areas
dust containing asbestos,

I) administrative procedures in the storage and disposal of asbestos-containing dust
,

J) the scope of preventive care among exposed workers.
Title IV


Conditions of health protection at work with physical stress
Part 1


Overall physical stress

§ 22

Defining the overall physical strain

The overall physical stress is considered load in dynamic physical
work carried out large muscle groups at which it is burdened
more than 50% of muscle mass.

§ 23

Hygienic limit the assessment and evaluation of overall physical stress

(1) Total physical activity was assessed in terms of energy intensity
work using the energy expenditure values ​​expressed in net value
and using the values ​​of heart rate.

(2) hygienic limit overall physical activity means the value
average energy output of shift, shift admissible minute
permissible average annual allowable values ​​and heart rate
average inning. Exposure guidelines means limits that
in the average exchange regardless of its length not increasing. For the average
shift is considered to be an eight-hour shift, which takes place under normal
working conditions, in which the length of the work of the individual
operations corresponds to the actual level of stress.

(3) and average exposure guideline values ​​for the energy output
work with the overall physical exertion under paragraph 2
are regulated separately by gender and age in the Annex no. 5 to this
regulation of A table no. 1 to 3

(4) The permissible occupational exposure limits for the value of heart rate while working
with total physical activity are regulated in Annex no. 5
to this Regulation, Part A, Table no. 4. For teenagers permissible values ​​| || heart rate during labor does.

(5) If a work shift is longer than eight hours, equivalent to an increase in the average value
hygienic limit as a percentage of the actual time
work; at twelve-hour shifts may be average values ​​
energy expenditure increased by more than 20%.
Average percentage increase the hygiene limit is assessed differently depending on the specific
length of shifts and is 5% for every hour over an eight-hour shift
.
Part 2


Local muscular load

§ 24

Defining local muscular load

Local muscular load the burden on small muscle groups while working
limbs.

§ 25

Hygienic limit local muscular load

(1) When evaluating local muscular load are detected and assessed
expended muscle strength, numbers and movements working position in the legs
depending on the extent of static and dynamic components of labor at work in
average eight-hour shift.

(2) hygienic limits for local muscular load means the value
expended muscle forces, values ​​shift the number of movements of the hand and forearm
relative to the average shift time-weighted value
expended muscle strength and value of the average minute counts | || movements of the small muscles of the hand and fingers in an average eight-hour shift.

(3) The permissible occupational exposure limits for the average shift time-weighted value
expended muscle forces expressed in percent
muscle strength (Fmax) are provided for in Annex no. 5 to this Regulation
Part A, table no. 5


(4) Average hygiene limit for the number of allocated muscle forces
in the range of 55-70% Fmax at work with a predominance of the dynamic component is 600 times
an average eight-hour shift at the frequency used measurement
expended muscle forces once per second.

(5) exposure guideline used for muscle strength
as a regular part of work with work with prevailing dynamic
component is 70% Fmax and work with prevailing static component is 45%
Fmax. Average hygienic limit specified.

(6) The average hygienic limits for local muscular load means a shift
average number of movements of hand and forearm in an average eight-hour shift
relative to the average shift time-weighted value expressed in percent
maximal muscle strength (Fmax) modified Annex no. 5
to this Regulation, part A, table # 6.

(7) exposure guideline for average per-minute numbers movements
small muscles of the hand and fingers at an average shift amount spent
muscle forces 3% Fmax is 110 movements per minute and average amount spent shift
muscle forces 6% Fmax is 90 movements per minute.

(8) If a work shift is longer than eight hours, equivalent to an increase in the average value
hygienic limit as a percentage of the actual time
work; at twelve-hour shifts may be celosměnový
average number of expended muscle forces ranging from 55 to 70% and the average Fmax
shift value movements by hand and forearm increased by more than 20%.
Percentage increase in the average hygienic limit is always considered
depending on the length of shifts and is 5% for every hour over
eight-hour shift.

(9) Measurement and evaluation of local muscular load is regulated in the Annex.
5 to this Regulation, Part B.

§ 25a

Minimum measures to protect the health of the overall physical and
local muscular load

Work associated with total physical activity and local muscular load
exceeding hygienic limits must be broken security
break of 5-10 minutes every 2 hours from start
work or it must be ensured
alternation or employees.
Part 3

Operating position


§ 26

Rating working position

Health risk working position is assessed for permanent work carried
employee, especially if performed repetitive work operations which can not
working position to choose himself, but this is directly dependent on the machine design
, arrangement of working places and workplaces and
nature of the work.

§ 27

Evaluation of the health risks detailed requirements for the way
organization and working procedures

(1) evaluation of the health risks of working position is performed based on its inclusion among
acceptable, conditionally acceptable and unacceptable
working position in accordance with Annex no. 5 to this Regulation, Part C, points 1 to
3rd

(2) In evaluating the operating position using a two-step system. The first step involves
Location of body parts according to angles
second step determines the working conditions under which the working position indicated in
first step as conditionally acceptable rank among the working position
acceptable or unacceptable working position between the working position
conditionally acceptable.

(3) Average hygiene limit for the duration of the work in each
unacceptable working positions in an average eight-hour shift is
30 minutes. The duration of each of the unacceptable working positions
may be longer than 1-8 minutes, depending on the working position.
Rating duration of each job position is unacceptable
carried out in accordance with Annex no. 5 to this Regulation, Part C, Fig. 1
fourth

(4) Average hygiene limit for the duration of the work in the individual conditionally acceptable
working positions in an average eight-hour shift is 160
minutes. The duration of each conditionally acceptable working positions
then not be longer than 1 to 8 minutes depending on the type of
position. Assessment of the duration of the individual conditionally acceptable
job positions is carried out in accordance with Annex no. 5 to this Regulation, Part
C, Fig. 1 to 4

(5) If a work shift is longer than eight hours, equivalent to the value

Increase in average hygienic limit as a percentage of the actual time
work; at twelve-hour shifts may not be hygienic average
limit labor conditionally acceptable and unacceptable working position
increased by more than 20%. The percentage increase in the average hygiene
limit is always considered depending on the length of shifts and makes
5% for every hour over eight-hour shift.

§ 27a

Minimum measures to protect the health of conditionally acceptable and unacceptable
working positions

Work-related and to express conditionally acceptable and unacceptable
working positions for a period exceeding hygienic limits must be interrupted
safety break of 5-10 minutes after
every 2 hours from the start of work or be
ensure the alternation or employees.
Section 4


MHL

§ 28

Definition MHL

MHL means transporting or supporting of a load
one or more employees at the same time, including lifting, putting down,
pushing, pulling, pushing or moving, in which due
load characteristics or unfavorable ergonomic
conditions can cause damage to the spine or employee of unilateral disease
excessive burden. For MHL shall also include the lifting and carrying
live load.

§ 29

Evaluation of the health risks, hygienic limits
detailed requirements for the work organization and working procedures and information to protect the health

(1) health risk assessment on manual handling of loads
include outside assessment of the weight of the load manually,
cumulative weight of the effort and energy expenditure and heart rate
and evaluation of working conditions under which the hand | || manipulation occurs.

(2) exposure guideline for weight manually manipulated
load imparted man occasional lifting and carrying 50 kg
frequent lifting and carrying 30 kg. Sitting at work is acceptable
hygiene limit for the mass of the load by hand, the 5 kg.

(3) Average hygiene limit for celosměnovou cumulative weight
manually manipulated loads in an average eight-hour shift would be 10
000 kg.

(4) exposure guideline for weight manually manipulated
load transmitted wife occasionally lift and carry 20 kg
frequent lifting and carrying 15 kg. Sitting at work is acceptable
hygiene limit for the weight of the load manually wife 3 kg.

(5) Average hygiene limit for celosměnovou cumulative weight
manually manipulated loads in an average eight-hour shift wife is 6
500 kg.

(6) By regularly lifting and carrying the load means
lifting and carrying the load not exceeding in aggregate 30 minutes on average
eight-hour shift. Frequent lifting and carrying the load means
lift and carry a load exceeding in aggregate 30 minutes on average
eight-hour shift. Said total time of carrying and lifting a load at an average eight-hour shift
average is hygienic limit.

(7) exposure limits for allowable values ​​of energy expenditure and heart rate during
MHL men and women are
regulated in Annex no. 5 to this Regulation, Part A, Tables. 1
fourth

(8) Weight loads and conditions of manual handling
pregnant women, breastfeeding women, mothers until the ninth month after childbirth and
juveniles are regulated by special legislation 13).

(9) the exposure guideline for the compressive and tractive forces when handling
load using a simple unpowered composition is

A) Men compression and tension 310 N 280 N,

B) women's 250 N push and tow 220 N.

(10) In the case of shift work longer than eight hours, equivalent to an increase in the average value
hygienic limit as a percentage of the actual time
work; at twelve-hour shifts may not be hygienic average
limit for manual handling of loads increased by more than 20%.
Percentage increase in the average hygienic limit is always considered
depending on the length of shifts and is 5% for every hour over

Eight-hour shift.

§ 30

Minimum measures to protect the health at work, more hygienic
workplace requirements, additional workflow requirements

(1) Before starting work associated with manual handling of loads must be
employee familiar, if possible, detailing the weight and burden
properties, the location of its center of gravity, the heaviest part of the load,
on the correct grip and handling burden and risk, which may
expose workers when incorrect manual handling of loads, especially


A) the possibility of damage to the lumbar spine during rotation of the body, sudden
load movement, while an unstable position with increased physical exertion or when
eccentric center of gravity of the load,

B) the shortcomings which make it difficult to manipulate, especially with the lack
space vertically, with work on uneven, slippery or unstable
surface or in unsuitable microclimate conditions,

C) the conditions that increase the risk of injury due
too frequent or too prolonged physical exertion, lack of physical
rest, insufficient time for recovery or work foisted
pace of work.

(2) Handling of the burden of the employee standing or sitting with
organized so that the time in the inning evenly distributed.

(3) Work associated with manual handling of loads exceeding the prescribed limits
hygiene must be broken safety breaks
duration of 5-10 minutes every 2 hours from the start of work or
must be ensured alternation operations or employees.
Title V


Conditions of health protection at work with mental stress

§ 31

Definition psychological burden

(1) Work with mental stress means work

A) associated with monotony,

B) Forcing the pace of work,

C) in a three-shift or continuous mode

D) performed only during night time
.

(2) work associated with monotony means work that is characteristic
repeating the same motion or piecework tasks with
limited possibilities to interfere into their course employee. Monotony is divided into


A) movement, which is an activity in which the repetitive motion
simple manual tasks of the same type

B) piecework, which is an activity in which it occurs
low number and low variability tasks.

(3) Working at foisted pace of work means work, in which he
employee can elect its own pace and must submit to beat
machine mechanism, task or beat another employee.

§ 32

Evaluation of the health risks

When assessing health risks of mental load is determined
source of its origin and assessed other circumstances and influences that lead to its creation
.

§ 33

Minimum measures to protect the health

Activities associated with the monotony and work foisted pace of work,
must limit their adverse effects on health security
interrupted a break of 5-10 minutes every 2 hours from start exercising
or work must be ensured alternation or
employees.
Title VI


Conditions of health protection at work with visual stress

§ 34

Definition visual load

(1) work with visually load means a permanent job

A) associated with demands on detail resolution,

B) is carried out under special lighting conditions,

C) associated with the use of magnifying devices, monitoring
monitors or displays,

D) associated with indelible dazzling.

(2) works related demands on the resolution of details means work,
in which vision is more difficult employee size or shape of detail, his movement
^ 14) or the brightness or color contrast in the place of visual
task.

(3) work performed under special lighting conditions means
work performed during the specified color light or unrecoverable
fluctuations in brightness in the area of ​​visual task or its surroundings.

(4) display screen work means work performed by an employee
as a regular part of his normal work on
system device that includes a display unit, a keyboard or

Other input device, software or other optional accessories.

§ 35

Minimum measures to protect the health

Working with visual load must be in order to reduce its adverse effects on health
employee interrupted safety breaks
duration of 5-10 minutes every 2 hours from the start of work or
must be ensured alternation or employees.
Title VII


Conditions of health protection at work with biological agents

§ 36

Definition of biological agents

(1) All biological agents are microorganisms, cell cultures and endoparasites
that can cause infectious diseases and allergic
or toxic effects in a living organism. Microorganisms means
microbiological object cellular or non
capable of replication or of transferring genetic material; cell culture means
cells derived from multicellular organisms that grow in vitro.

(2) Biological agents are classified according to the degree of risk of infection for biological agents


A) group 1, which is likely to cause
human disease

B) Group 2, which may cause human disease and may be
danger for employees, but it is unlikely to spread
into the environment outside the workplace; effective prophylaxis or treatment of any disease
are usually available

C) 3 groups, which can cause serious illness in humans and
constitute a serious hazard to workers and danger in terms
extension to the environment outside the workplace; effective prophylaxis or treatment of any disease
are usually available,

D) Group 4, which cause severe human disease and
constitute a serious hazard to workers and the risk of spreading into
outside the workplace; effective prophylaxis or treatment of any disease
are usually unavailable.

(3) The list of biological agents and their inclusion in groups 2, 3 and 4
is shown in Annex no. 7 to this Regulation, Part A.

(4) viruses that have been isolated in humans and are not included in the list
biological agents in Annex no. 7 to this Regulation, Part A, the minimum
classified into 2 groups, except for those cases where it is shown that
rise to disease in humans is unlikely.

§ 37

Evaluation of the health risks

(1) When an activity which is associated with health hazards
employees of a biological agent must be determined by the nature, degree and duration of exposure
biological agents in order to evaluate
all risks to health employees and decide on necessary
measures to protect their health.

(2) In activities that involve exposure to several groups
biological agents, must be evaluated on the basis of risk
danger presented by all biological agents, while
risk level determines the most dangerous factor.

(3) The assessment must be renewed whenever there is a change
conditions which may affect workers' exposure to biological agents
.

(4) The evaluation shall be based on all available information, including data on


A) classification of biological agents into groups of 2, 3 or 4
list set out in Annex no. 7 to this Regulation, Part A,

B) diseases related to work with biological agents in groups 2, 3 or 4
which an employee may be affected,

C) potential sensitizing or toxic effects that may occur in
employees as a result of work with biological
factor

D) the occurrence of occupational disease, whose cause was a biological agent
groups of 2, 3 or 4.

(5) In evaluating the risk of biological agents in medical or veterinary
must be paid special attention to the danger posed
biological factor which is known to be
present or the suspect may be present in humans, animals or
materials that are taken away from them, as well as other risks
given the nature of work in these facilities.

(6) In evaluating the risk of biological agents in industrial processes
must be paid special attention to the danger posed
biological factor which is known to be

Present as an integral part of the manufacturing operations.
The industrial process for the purposes of this Regulation shall be the processing and production, while
which are biological agents in groups 2, 3 or 4 raw materials, intermediates or products
.

§ 38

Minimum measures to protect the health at work, more hygienic
workplace requirements and labeling requirements for closer working
procedures to protect health information

(1) When an activity which is associated with health hazards
employees biological agent must precautions to protect their health include


A) the prohibition of eating, drinking and smoking in the workplace, where there is a risk of contamination
biological agent, and a ban on the entry of personal protective
labor resources to areas outside the defined workplace

B) ensuring adequate sanitary nature of the work

C) the provision of personal protective equipment,

D) the storage of personal protective equipment at the site of
designated, control, cleaning and disinfection, if possible before each use
, but always after use; repairing defective
personal protective work aids or replace them before the next use,

E) developing procedures for safe removal, handling and processing samples
materials of human or animal origin

F) removing personal protective equipment that may be contaminated
biological agent; prior decontamination, cleaning
or destruction of personal protective equipment are stored separately from
civilian clothes,

G) workplace equipment containing instructions written procedure
incident involving the handling of a biological agent and how to work with
group 4 biological agent,

H) vaccination where it is advantageous, particularly for the employee who is not
immune to biological agents, which is or may be exposed at work
,

I) informing employees about any incident involving the handling of a biological agent
.

(2) Permits If the nature of the activities, it is necessary to use a biological agent
groups of 2, 3 or 4, avoided and replaced him
biological factor that the present state of knowledge is not the conditions in || | which it is used, risk, or is less hazardous to health
employees.

(3) If the conduct of business

A) in food businesses

B) in agriculture,

C) where there is contact with animals or products of animal origin
,

D) in the health sector including the dissecting-room,

E) in clinical, veterinary and diagnostic laboratories,
excluding diagnostic microbiological laboratories despite
work performed here belong to their character among the activities with the deliberate intention
work with biological agents in groups 2, 3, or 4

F) in refuse disposal plants or

G) in equipment for wastewater treatment, can not be excluded
exposure to biological agents of groups 2-4, apply next
measures pursuant to paragraph 1 and other measures referred to in Subsection 4.
A) to h).

(4) In the exercise of the activities with the deliberate intention to work with a biological agent
groups of 2, 3 or 4 shall be barred worker exposure
technical measures. If technical measures are not sufficient
risk of exposure must always be lowered to the level necessary to protect the health of employees
. For this purpose, in addition to the measures referred to in paragraph 1
apply these additional measures to protect the health

A) keeping the number of exposed or possibly exposed
employees at the lowest possible level,

B) adjustment of work processes and technical protective measures
seek to avoid or minimize the release of a biological agent into
working environment

C) use of personal protective equipment, unless otherwise
way to exclude workers' exposure to biological agents,

D) observance of hygienic habits aimed at preventing or
reduction of the accidental transfer or release of a biological agent from
workplace

E) an indication of the department where it is carried out work with biological agent
groups of 2, 3 or 4, classified according to the Law on Protection of Public Health
into the third category or čtvrté9) brand biohazard || |

F) testing for the presence of biological agents used at work
outside a closed system, where it is necessary and technically possible,

G) provide means for easy collection, storage and disposal
waste to a secure and identifiable or appropriately modified
container

H) adjustments necessary for safe handling of a biological agent and his
shipments within the workplace.

(5) When working with biological agents of groups 3 or 4, classified according
law on public health protection in third or fourth kategorie9)
establishes a controlled zone. This provision is without prejudice to the obligations
persons under special legislation 15).
Title VIII


Security breaks when working with risk factors

§ 39

The inclusion of safety breaks

(1) If during constant work, classified as hazardous under the law on public health protection
necessary
continuous use of personal protective equipment to reduce exposure risk factor
or permanent work which must employee mandatory use throughout
time shifts other protective equipment designated by the employer and those employees
hamper movement, respiration, vision and other physiological functions
must be included during the shift safety breaks at which they
the employee may defer. The first break for permanent work included
risk is classified as at least 2 hours after it begins to carry
work lasting at least 15 minutes. Subsequent breaks are classified
latest every additional 2 hours after completion of the previous
breaks lasting at least 10 minutes. The last break of at least 10 minutes
is classified at least 1 hour before the end of the shift.

(2) For the duration of safety breaks may not be an employee in any stage of the shift
exposed
risk factor exceeding health limits.
PART THREE


FURTHER DETAILS HYGIENE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE WORKPLACE AND WORK ENVIRONMENT
Title I


More hygienic requirements for microclimate conditions in the workplace

§ 40


Canceled
§ 41
Ventilation workplaces


(1) The workplace must be to protect the health of employees
ensure sufficient air exchange natural, forced or combined
ventilation. Amount of air exchanged is determined with respect to
performed work and its physical demands, so that if it
possible to ensure compliance with the requirements laid down in Annex no. 1
to this Regulation, Part A, Table no. 2 since the beginning of the shift.

(2) The minimum amount of air entering the workplace must be


A) 25 m3 / h per employee performing the work included in the
Class I or IIa according to Annex no. 1 to this Order, Part A, table
no. 1 workplace without the presence of chemicals, dust or other
pollution sources

B) 50 m3 / h per employee performing the work included in the
Class I or IIa according to Annex no. 1 to this Order, Part A, table
no. 1 workplace involving chemicals, dust or other
pollution sources

C) 70 m3 / h per employee performing the work included in the
Class IIb, IIIa or IIIb, according to Annex no. 1 to this Order, Part A,
Table. 1

D) 90 m3 / h per employee performing the work included in the
class IVa, IVb or in accordance with Annex no. 1, Part A, Table 1.

(3) The minimum amount of outdoor air under paragraph 2 shall be
increased when additional burden ventilated area workplace, for example
heat or odors. In this case, it is increasing the amount of supplied
outside air 10 m3 / h and the number of employees present.

(4) To work with public access increases the amount of outdoor air supply
proportion to the anticipated load
0.2 to 0.3 persons / m2 unobstructed floor area of ​​the room.
At outdoor temperatures higher than 26 ° C and lower than 0 ° C may be
amount of outside air is reduced, but not more than half.

(5) The air flow must ensure good ventilation of the workplace and
not contribute to the spread of pollutants to another workplace.

(6) In the workplace, which may be due to an incident occur

Escape of volatile chemicals to an extent that may cause acute
injury must be established emergency ventilation.
Emergency ventilation must be provided so that its execution was readily available
before entering the workplace. Emergency ventilation systems must be vacuum so that
during its operation could not volatile chemical to penetrate into other areas
workplaces. Amount of exhaust air must be selected in such a Výduch
placed in a level that whilst the emergency ventilation
avoid a safety hazard to other workplaces, and outdoor
space.

§ 42
Forced ventilation


(1) Forced or combined ventilation must always be provided if natural ventilation
proved insufficient to ensure year-round
health of employees according to § 41 paragraph. 2 to 5

(2) The air supplied to the workplace ventilation device must contain such
fresh air rate that is sufficient to reduce the concentration of the chemical
below the permissible exposure limits and
maximum allowable concentrations and the dust below permissible | || exposure limit. Supply amount of outdoor air per
employee shall not be less than the amount provided for in § 41 paragraph.
2 to 4. The ventilation equipment must not adversely affect microbial purity
air and must be regulated so as to avoid exposing workers
draft. When forced ventilation must be incoming air is filtered and heated in winter
. Circulating air must be cleaned so that the return air
supplied to the department contained a chemical agent or dust
concentration greater than 5% of the permissible exposure limit. When
use of air conditioning or ventilation measures are not much fresh air
fall below 15% of the total air flow.

(3) Chemical and dust shall be the technical possibilities
captured directly at the source. Capturing is done by covering the source or its equipment
local exhaust. Local exhaust ventilation must be in operation
parallel with the technical and production facilities must be provided so that when
off the suction device was simultaneously stopped
technical production facilities. Local exhaust ventilation at sources of pollution must be equipped with a suction or
hermetizačním adapter or device, such as cabinets,
hood prevents the spread of chemical and dust into the working
air. Exhaust air outlets to the outside must be
positioned so as to prevent back-suction of the chemical and
dust into the working area with a fan. When local
exhaust air vented to the outside must be provided
intake of outside air so that they comply with the requirements
climatic conditions and pressure conditions in a ventilated area.
Incoming air must not impair the quality of the working environment.

(4) Ventilation systems and equipment for local exhaust, where the
malfunction could cause a rise in the concentration of chemical substances and
dust in the working atmosphere must be equipped with signaling
operation and fault signaling control system .

(5) Deposits and contaminants that could pollute the air workplace
and thereby pose a risk to the health of employees must be immediately removed
.

§ 43


Canceled
§ 44


Warming up
Furnace room must be heated to at least 22 ° C and be equipped
seating furniture, table and hangers for clothing.
Warming up can be also a recreation room according to § 55 paragraph. 3rd
Title II


More hygienic requirements for workplace lighting

§ 45
Workplace lighting


(1) The workplace lighting including pathways are used daily,
artificial or combined lighting. Workplace lighting and pathways
between sites daily, artificial or composite
lighting must match the intensity of the work performed on the visual activity and
health protection in accordance with standard values ​​and requirements.
Normative value means the value of a specific daylight, artificial lighting or associated
contained in the relevant Czech technical standard governing values ​​
daily, associated and artificial lighting ^ 16) with a standard requirement
refers to a technical requirement contained in the relevant Czech technical

Standard ^ 16). Lighting must not cause glare.

(2) Department, which is illuminated by daylight, if
on it may result in increased thermal stress or glare must have
light apertures equipped with a screening devices allowing regulation
direct sunlight. For side lighting hole in the workplace
allowing the view outside their fillings do not defend.

(3) in the workplace, which is exercised by a permanent job, illuminating
daylight, they must be complied with the following minimum values:

A) expressed daylight daylight factor D
minimum Dmin = 1.5%, at the top or a combined daylight and average
Dm = 3%

B) the total artificial illumination expressed maintained illuminance Em = 200 lx
.

(4) At the workplace, which is exercised by a permanent job, illuminating
directional lighting must be adhered to these minimum values:

A) daily folder associated lighting factor expressed daily
illuminance D, Dmin the minimum of 0.5% and the average 1% Dm must be met
in all cases, including when lateral or combined lighting

B) additional total artificial lighting
expressed maintained illuminance Em = 200 lx.

(5) The total artificial lighting in paragraphs 3 and 4 shall apply
provided that the relevant Czech Technical Standard does with regard to the visual intensity
higher value.

(6) Workplaces in which it is performed permanent work and which can not be met
value for the day or for the associated lighting
under paragraphs 3 and 4, may establish and operate only if it goes about workplace

A) only use at night,

B) which must be technological reasons, located below ground level

C) whose purpose or design requirements do not establish a sufficient
number or size sufficient lighting holes

D) where the processed material, the nature of the products or activities require
exclusion daylight or special lighting requirements, such as the use of technologically
necessary wavelengths
spectral composition of light, which can not be achieved by daylight, | ||
E) where it is necessary to ensure protection of health workers against encroachments
chemicals, aerosol or dust from manufacturing or other activities
whose source is technology.

(7) The work referred to in paragraph 6, which is performed
permanent work, must be a minimum value of the total artificial lighting
expressed maintained illuminance Em = 300 lx;
lighting system is set up here so that the values ​​were maintained illuminance least
such as determined by the relevant Czech technical standard for lighting indoor workspaces
^ 17). For maintained illuminance of 300 to 500 lux
including but increase the illuminance of 1 degree range
illuminance.

(8) In the relaxation room according to § 55 paragraph. 3 daylighting
expressed in minimum daylight factor must be
Dmin = 1.0%.

(9) Lighting openings, lighting systems providing
artificial lighting and part of the interior department reflective
must be regularly cleaned and maintained in such a condition that
illumination properties were maintained. Light apertures including
protective elements must allow their safe use, maintenance and cleaning
and not endanger other persons present in the building or in its vicinity
during maintenance and cleaning. Employees must be allowed
manipulate windows or skylights when the doors, open,
close, adjust or secure from the floor in a secure manner;
When open, must be secured in such a position as to avoid the risk of injury
.

(10) in the workplace without the technological resources of dust and chemicals
cleaning is performed at least once every two years, to work with
technological source of dust and chemicals as secondary
products of the technological process of cleaning
usually carried out twice a year and in the workplace with technological source of dust and chemical substances
as an integral part of the technological process of cleaning is performed
usually four times a year. Deadlines for cleaning may also provide
modified by factors of pollution in the Czech technical standard for day

And artificial lighting ^ 18).

(11) Departments including pathways on which the employee is at
failure of artificial lighting are increasingly exposed to the possibility of injury or other damage
health must be equipped with a convenient emergency lighting
according to the relevant Czech technical standards regulating emergency lighting
^ 19).

§ 45a

Lighting of outdoor workplaces

Artificial lighting of outdoor workplaces and passageways must match intensity
work performed on visual activity and health in
accordance with standard values ​​and requirements of Czech technical standards
lighting of outdoor work spaces ^ 23).
Title III


More hygienic requirements for spaces workplace

§ 46

Clearance space dedicated to work

(1) Clearance space intended for permanent work must be at the desktop

A) up to 20 m2 not less than 2.50 m,

B) up to 50 m2 not less than 2.60 m,

C) from 51 to 100 square meters at least 2.70 meters,

D) from 101 to 2000 square meters at least 3.00 meters,

E) more than 2000 m2 of at least 3.25 meters.

(2) Clearance space dedicated to work with a sloping ceiling at
area of ​​20 m2, which carries a permanent job must be at least
over half of the floor area of ​​2.30 meters. Areas designated for work
activity in paragraph 1. b) to e) shall be adjusted in ride height
this provision at least over half the floor space. Headroom
designated area for work, where the work is done exceptionally
or for less than 4 hours per shift, shall not be less than 2.10 m.

(3) clearance referred to in paragraph 1 point. c) to d) may be
sales area, office and other similar areas designated for
work in which the work is done for Class I or IIa according
Annex no. 1 hereto, part A of table. 1
reduced under the assumption that it will be provided for each employee
volume space according to § 47 para. 1 point. a) or b) will be eliminated glare
staff and ground clearance of not less than 2.60 m.

§ 47

Volume space

(

1) The volumetric space designed for work must be an employee

A) 12 m3 at work in classes I and IIa according to Annex no. 1
to this Regulation, Part A, table no. 1

B) 15 m3 at work in classes IIb, IIIa or IIIb, according to Annex No.
. 1 to this Order, Part A, table no. 1

C) 18 m3 at work in classes IVa, IVb or in accordance with Annex no. 1
to this Regulation, Part A, Table 1.

(2) The volume space according to paragraph 1 shall be reduced
stable operating facility.

(3) Paragraphs 1 and 2 shall not apply to the control station and cab
machinery, boxes of cash and working spaces of a similar nature.

§ 48

Dimensions floor area

For an employee must be in an area designated for permanent job
unobstructed floor area of ​​at least 2 m2, out of stable operating systems and
connecting paths. The width of free space for movement must be stable
device at any point constricted below 1 m.

§ 49

The dimensions of the plane, jobs and requirements for drivers

(1) Height of working plane must match the physical characteristics of employees
basic working position, the weight of objects and burdens with which
within the work handled, and visual demands at work.
Optimum height of the working plane when working men and women standing governed
their anthropometric measurements and typically provides between 800 to 1 000 mm
. When working sitting optimum height above the working plane seat
male 220 to 310 mm, in females 210 to 300 mm. Basic seat height above the floor
is 400 + 50 mm. If they are used in the work, for example
vices and other technical equipment, the height of the working plane
means the place where they are most often carried out by employees
limb movements during handling.

(2) During work requiring increased demands on the eye, for example, when
manipulating small objects or parts, the height of the working plane
increased from 100 to 200 mm. When working in which handling
objects weighing more than 2 kg at work predominantly standing with
handling plane is reduced by 100 to 200 mm.

(3) The work area should be arranged so that the handling plane

Physical spaces and effortless fit the physical characteristics and natural
tracks the movements of the limbs and staff to avoid taking a
unacceptable working positions. Ranges of the upper limbs when
work while sitting and standing are set forth in Annex no. 8 of this regulation, on
FIGS. 1 to 3

(4) Working point where the basic working position permanently
standing and does not require a permanent monitoring equipment operation must be if it allows
technology and spatial conditions, equipped for a short rest sitting
. Job, on which the increased work plane is
equips work chair with seat height corresponding to the height of the working
plane above the floor and visual performance at work.
Must be equipped with the support for the lower limbs.

(5) The seat must be stable when sitting, it must be easy
adjustment of seat height and backrest inclination, and must meet the conditions
work, especially as regards their porosity and washability.
Space for the lower limbs at the workstation must allow movement of the lower limbs
forward and sideways.

(6) The requirements for the dimensions of free space for musculoskeletal lower limb
sitting at work are:

A) The minimum height above floor 600 mm

B) the minimum total width 500 mm

C) The minimum depth from the front edge of a table or equipment 500mm,

D) the optimum depth from the front edge of a table or device 700 mm

E) the minimum distance from the lower plane of the seat surface of the worktable
200 mm.

(7) Requirements on the motion space for foot switches are as follows:

A) more than 400 mm from the plane h

B) at least 200 mm from the plane h forward

C) not more than 250 mm above the base

D) not more than 350 mm to the sides of a vertical plane passing through the center
seat perpendicular to the plane h

H while the plane means a vertical plane through the place most
protruding edge of the work plane, perpendicular to the horizontal plane - floor.

(8) The values ​​referred to in paragraph 7 applies in the case that the leading edge
seat is 100 mm away from the plane h. In case of a different distance between
front edge of the seat plane and h must move space for foot
driver forward or backward.

(9) When using a foot pedal for permanent work standing
not lead to an uneven distribution of body weight on the leg.
Drivers operated differently than the hands and feet, such as elbow and knee
shall not be used for permanent work. Permissible for
forces drivers are set forth in Annex no. 9 hereto.

(10) on assembly lines and conveyor current production with continuous and intermittent
seven and when the implementation of the work action is associated with shooting
hull or implementation of the act beyond the reach of the upper limbs by
Annex no. 8 of this Regulation, Fig. 2, the
job equips rotary or taxiing seat.
Title IV


Conditions of health protection at work with display screen

§ 50

More hygienic requirements on visual display units

(1) On-screen display units must be present vibration
swimming or skipping characters, lines, alternating brightness and so on. Brightness and
contrast between characters and the background on the screen must be easily adjustable
also due to ambient conditions. The screen has its
construction permit displacement, shoot and tilt as required
employees. They must be positioned so as to avoid the reflexes of
fixtures or other sources, such as window openings, light walls, furniture and the like
. The distance from the eyes to the screen
usual office work may not be less than 400 mm, screen brightness
not be less than 35 cd / m2.

(2) Keyboard must be a constant work separate from the screen so that
allow employees to choose the most suitable working position.
Free area between the front edge of the table top and the bottom of the keyboard must
allow resting your hands and wrists. Keyboard surface must be dull, so it
to avoid reflexes. Letters, numbers and symbols on the keys
must be legible and contrast against the background.

(3) Dimensions of the table plate must be selected so as to be changeable
configuration screen, keyboard and other devices.
Board work desk and additional equipment must be dull, so to avoid her reflexes.

Holder of the document must be placed as close to the screen, so that
head and eye movements were kept to a minimum. Rest for lower limb
must be given to anyone who requires it.
Title V


Space designed to work with biological agents

§ 51

Space designed to work in the medical and veterinary equipment

Space designed to work in the medical or veterinary facilities
among diagnostic laboratories, which is performed with conscious activity
biological agents of groups 2, 3 or 4, and the area designated in this
device for isolating patients or animals suspected of infection for biological agent
groups of 3 or 4
must meet the requirements provided for in Annex no. 7 to this Regulation, part B, table. 1
by the biological or anticipated factor.

§ 52

Space designed to work in laboratories and in rooms for laboratory animals
and in industrial processes

(1) The space laboratory, which is working with the material, which it is not
certain that contains biological agents that can cause disease in humans
, must meet the requirements for biological agents
group 2 as specified in Annex no. 7 to this Regulation, part B, table No.
. second

(2) The space lab, including diagnostic and laboratory space for
animals that were deliberately infected, are carriers or suspected of
carriage biological agent in groups 2, 3, or 4, or workplace industrial process according
§ 37 para. 6 must meet the requirements
affiliated to the group of biological agents in accordance with Annex no. 7 to
this Regulation, part B, table No. 2.
Title VI


More hygienic requirements for water supply

§ 53

Drinking water and water for personal hygiene to ensure employees


(1) Areas intended for work must be supplied with drinking water in quantities sufficient to meet the needs
drinking employees and ensure
premedical aid and warm running water to ensure personal hygiene staff.
When working with biological agents and substances and mixtures, operating
skin irritation or sensitization, a toxic and highly toxic
chemical substances and mixtures of substances and mixtures that are assigned
hazard class and category acute toxicity category 1 and 2, with
substances listed in § 16 chemical substances or mixtures
corrosive or chemical substances or mixtures according to the directly applicable
European Union, which are assigned the hazard class and category || | corrosion category 1 hazard statement H314, when
work in the manufacture of cosmetic products in water treatment plants and water mains,
barber, hairdresser, pedicure, manicure, cosmetic, massage
regeneration and reconditioning services, in premises trades at
which violated the integrity of the skin or in which they are used to care
body special device, such as a tanning bed or myostimulators must be ensured
running drinking water directly at the workplace. If the nature
work on these sites require outside workplaces intended for the performance of activities
epidemiologically serious, established with a hand shower.
At workplaces with corrosive liquids must be ensured and the possibility of flushing the eye
drinking water.

(2) Water for technological purposes, which comes into contact with the surface
human body must have a temperature at least 32 ° C, and loses when
into contact with mucous membranes, it must satisfy the requirements for hot water under
law on the protection of public health ^ 9).
Title VII


Dimensions, design and sanitary facilities and ancillary facilities

§ 54
Sanitary


(1) The sanitation department means dressing room, washroom, shower and toilet
. Space sanitary facilities must have a minimum ground clearance
2.30 m; if the area is larger than 30 m2 must be at least 2.50 meters.
Design and equipment sanitary workplace must conform
relevant technical standard governing the requirements for design and equipment
dressing rooms, washrooms and toilets ^ 20 ). Requirements for final temperature and air exchange
sanitary facilities are provided for in Annex no. 10 to this
regulation Table 1 below. During the shift may not be the final temperature
sanitary facilities is lower than the temperature specified in Annex no. 10 of this
regulation table 1 below.


(2) Dressing room must be provided for employees who must wear work clothes
and can not be hygienic, epidemiological or other reasons
dress in another room; changing rooms must be separated by gender. On
workplaces to 5 employees can use changing rooms for men and women to separate
time. At workplaces where employees do not use protective clothing or footwear
must be set aside space for storing civilian clothing and footwear
.

(3) Closet is placed in an area easily accessible and structurally separated from
workplace and washrooms. Dressing room in which clothing stores that
may be polluted by dust, lead, asbestos and substances listed in §
16, and clothing designed to work with a biological agent in groups 2, 3 or 4
, must be washable walls to at least 1.80 m. Dressing room must be equipped
lockers so that every employee
allow safe storage of civilian clothes, and a bench or other seating
furniture. If the nature of pollution requires work clothes or
case of epidemiologically serious activity, they must be provided with separate
storing working and civilian clothes. For employees who work at
heavily pollute the footwear is placed before entering the locker room
suitable device for its cleaning and washing. The floor locker rooms must be easily washable
. Requirements way to store work clothes
employees at work are provided for in Annex no. 10 hereto, table no. 2
and correspond most strongly represented inning.

(4) Chain closet can be set up and used only in workplaces where
is performed using mining method.

(5) If due to the nature of the work is necessary after stopping
total body cleansing must be ensured for staff washroom or
sufficient number of sinks with hot running water. Wall paneling
showers and washrooms must be made up to 2 m. Shower and bathroom with
placed in separate rooms, separated by sex, and if
possible so that connected straightly to the door wardrobe. Workplace 5
total employees can use washrooms or showers for men and women to separate
time. For workplace where work is done with lead,
substances listed in § 16, asbestos and conscious activity with biological agents
groups of 2, 3 or 4, is placed through the shower
dressing for work and civil clothing - Airlock. Airlock is
further establishes the workplace where the work is done during activities
epidemiologically ^ 9), in which it is required or necessary cleansing
entire body before commencing or after work in order to avoid || | contamination of the working environment or employee. Requirements of
sinks and showers depending on how dirty skin and work clothes
employees at work are provided for in Annex no. 10 hereto,
Table Nos. 2 and correspond most strongly represented inning.

(6) The toilet must be provided for employees so as not to
workplace is more than 120 m; during a difficult approach,
surface roughness, walking uphill, the segmentation of access roads
must not be more than 75 m. As a rule establishes a cab
flush and on each floor, which is intended for permanent workplace
work. Is hereby established separately by gender; Workplace 5
of employees can establish a common toilet.
Dry or chemical toilet is not set up for a workstation for a permanent job
except mobile workplaces and workplaces designed to carry
epidemiologically serious activity. Lavatory hallway before establishing
rooms with toilets and urinals. Urinals are set up in a separate room or
together with the toilet cubicles.
For employees performing activities epidemiologically serious must be in the hall
toilet sink with hot running water under the Law on Protection of Public Health
^ 9), for other departments sink with running water. For
dry or chemical toilet must be in reasonable conditions for washing hands
employees.

(7) The minimum number of toilets is determined by the most strongly represented
shifts as follows:

A) one seat to 10 women

B) two seats for 11-30 women

C) 3 seats at 31-50 women

D) for each additional 30 women one more seat

E) 1 seat to 10 men

F) 2 on the seat 11 to 50 men,


G) for every additional 50 men one seat.

(8) In the workplace, where work is done in working
Forcing the pace, reducing the number of men and women attributable to a set number of seats
pursuant to paragraph 7 to 20%.

§ 55
Auxiliary equipment


(1) The other facilities comprise facilities for washing work boots and
drying work clothes and shoes, a room for rest from
adverse effects work space for recreation pregnant and lactating
workers and space storage of cleaning supplies.

(2) Equipment for drying work clothes and shoes is established for
workplace where there is moisture build them at work, and must
allow drying of clothes and shoes for longer than 6 hours.
Washing facilities for work footwear are set up at the exit from the workplace. Space in
where the facility is located, must be washable and non-slip floor
sloped to drain. Room designed for drying work clothes and shoes
not be used for the provision of first aid.

(3) room to relax establishes, if required
safety and health at work, particularly with regard to the operation performed and
near the workplace. A recreation room must be large enough
ventilated, lit by daylight according to § 45 para. 8 and at least
heated to 20 ° C. Equips with seating furniture with back rests and tables so that
their number corresponded to the number of employees most strongly represented shifts.
If it's for eating meals must have a sufficient amount of secured
running drinking water and hot water and be equipped with a sink,
kitchen sink and equipment for heating and storing food. On
a recreation room, which must be due to technological reasons
located below ground level, is not covered by the requirement to provide daily
lighting and natural ventilation.

(4) areas designated for the rest of pregnant and breastfeeding workers must allow
rest lying down.

(5) If a workplace is equipped infirmary, it must be ensured that
was heated, protected against contamination, moisture and high temperatures
a sink with running potable water and is easily accessible with stretchers
. If it is a job where there is an increased risk of poisoning
chemical substances or mixtures, which are absorbed through the skin or by working with
chemical substances or mixtures classified as corrosive or
chemical substances or mixtures according to the directly applicable
EU regulations that have been assigned hazard class and category
corrosivity category 1 hazard statement H314, and not in the immediate vicinity
workplace showers, equipping the dispensary also
shower. Space workplace, where they are stored
means for providing first aid, including stretchers and equipment for
calling emergency medical services must be clearly labeled.

(6) Space for storing cleaning products establishes the extent
adapted to the relevant Czech technical standard changing rooms, washrooms and toilets
^ 20).
TITLE VIII


REQUIREMENTS FOR painting and cleaning

§ 55a
Cleaning


Cleaning work, plumbing and ancillary equipment is carried at
workplace with technological source of dust, chemicals or
mixtures of substances referred to in § 16 or other sources of pollution such
integral part of the technological process and the workplace
with technological source of dust, chemical substances or mixtures of substances
listed in § 16 or other sources of pollution, such as secondary
products from the technological process daily.
Workplace without the technological resources of dust, chemical substances or mixtures of substances
specified in § 16 and other sources of pollution, cleaning is carried out according to schedule
processed employer.

§ 55b
Paint


(1) repainting surfaces defining
lighting space at the workplace, including pathways is performed according to the maintenance schedule,
processed with regard to trickle factor that was mentioned for
spaces designed when these
space for permanent use.

(2) Paragraph 1 shall not apply to workplaces in underground mines underground.
PART FOUR

FINAL PROVISIONS


§ 56
Repealing provisions


Repealed:


First Government Regulation no. 178/2001 Coll., Laying down the conditions for protection
health of workers at work.

Second Government Regulation no. 523/2002 Coll., Amending Government Regulation no.
178/2001 Coll., Laying down the conditions of occupational
work.

Third Government Regulation no. 441/2004 Coll., Amending Government Regulation no.
178/2001 Coll., Laying down the conditions of occupational
work, as amended Government Regulation no. 523/2002 Coll.

§ 57
Efficiency


This regulation comes into force on 1 January 2008.
Prime Minister
:

Ing. Topolánek mp
Health Minister
:

MD. Julínek, MBA vr
Appendix 1


Classes work and the values ​​associated with risk factors that are
result of unfavorable microclimate conditions
Part
A

Classes work according to the average total energy expenditure (M)
expressed in gross values ​​and the loss of fluid per eight-hour shift
Table. 1:


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Class M Type of work ( Wm-2)

work --------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------
I work sitting down with minimal whole-body physical activity, <= 80
office administrative work, monitoring activities
dozornách in a control room, typing, working with PC,
laboratory work, assembling or sorting small
light objects,
-------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------------
IIa Work mostly sitting with a lightweight manual work hand 81-105
and arms control of the vehicle, and some rail
vehicles, moving light loads or overcoming a small
resistors, automated mechanical machining and assembly of small
lightweight components, piece work machinists and mechanics, cashiers.
----------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------
IIb work associated with the management a truck, a tractor, 106-130
buses, trolleybuses, trams and some rail vehicles
and the work of drivers associated with loading and unloading. Predominant
work standing with permanent involvement of both hands, arms and legs -
Worker in food production, mechanics, machine
machining and assembly of medium-heavy units work hand
press. Working with permanent standing involvement with both hands, arms
and feet with carrying loads up to 10 kg vendors,
painters, welding, turning, drilling machine, workman
at the mill, The rollers of steel materials, tow or push
light trucks. Work associated with manual handling of live
burden, labor nurse or nurses at the bedside.
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IIIa work standing with permanent involving both upper limbs 131-160
sometimes bent over or kneeling, walking - maintenance of machines,
mechanics, operation of coke batteries, work in construction -
saving panels on construction sites by mechanization, storekeepers
with occasional carrying loads up to 15 kg, butchers at the slaughterhouse,
meat processing, bakers, decorators, operators
semi-automatic machines, assembly work on assembly
lines in the automotive industry, production of cables for
automobiles, rolling mills in the metal industry
Metallurgical maintenance, industrial ironing, cleaning windows,
Hand cleaning large surfaces, machinery manufacture in wood
industry.
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IIIb work standing with permanent involving both upper limbs, 161-200
Hull, walk, work in construction in traditional construction,
cleaning of smaller casts a jackhammer and grinding, preparation
molds for 15-50 kg castings, glass blower manufacturing
large pieces, the operator of rubber presses, work on the press
in forging walking down the hilly terrain without load
gardening and agricultural work.
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IVa work involved extensive activities trunk muscles, upper 201 až250
and legs - in construction, working with shovel

upright, carrying loads of 25 kg, work
a jackhammer, working in forestry one-man engine
saw, timber haulage, work in the mine - walk on the level and
bow to 15, work in foundries, cleaning and grinding
large castings, preparing molds for large castings, machine
Forged smaller pieces, filling pressure gas containers.
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IVb work associated with extensive and intense muscle activity 251-300
torso, arms and legs - at workplaces
underground mines - excavation, mining, transportation, work in quarries,
agricultural labor-intensive manual labor, machinery
Forged larger pieces.
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the work associated with extensive and very intense activity 301 or more
trunk muscles, upper and lower transport končetin-
heavy loads eg. bags of cement, excavation,
work in logging ax, bow walk in 15-30,
Hand forging large pieces, at workplaces deepwater
Down with manual excavation in the low-profile mining works.
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Explanatory Note to Table. 1
work not specified in the table shall be classified according to the kind of work of a similar nature.

Heat load at work nevenkovním work with unkempt
temperature naturally ventilated, in the workplace, which is used to ventilate
combined or forced ventilation in the workplace with a maintained temperature
as a technological requirement
Table no. 2:


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Class M Tomin tg tg tomax min max va Rh
work (Wm-2) [ms-1] [%]
(Gross)
[° C] [° C]
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
I <= 80 20 27 0.01 to 0.2
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IIa 81-105 18 26
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IIb 3) 106-130 14 32 0.05 to 0.3
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IIIa 131-160 10 30
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IIIb 161-200 10 26 0.1 30 to 70
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IVa 201-250 10 24 to 0.5
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IVb1) 251-300 10 20
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V2) 301 and more 10 20
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Explanatory Note to Table no. 2:
values ​​tomax or tgmax for naturally ventilated workplaces require a suit with a thermal resistance of 0.5 duty.
The Tomin or tgmin for naturally ventilated workplaces require a suit with a thermal resistance of 1.0 duty.
In case the in and the workplace is <= 0.2 ms-1, the a = tan.
1) Working class IVb not for women celosměnově permissible in terms of hygiene limits of physical
load regime measures must be applied when a <= 10 ° C.
2) Working Class V is for women in terms of hygiene limits of physical exertion admissible; for
celosměnově man is not from the point of view of hygiene limits of physical exertion admissible regime
measures must be applied when a <= 10 ° C.
3) For work in Class IIb to work at the same time must be adhered to acceptable limits
for short and long permissible loads for energy efficiency work.

Permissible values ​​for setting microclimate
conditioned workplace Class I and IIa
Table no. 3


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Class M Category conditioned workplace va Rh

Work [Wm-2] setting heat setting cooling [ms-1] [%]
thermal resistance of the clothing thermal resistance of clothing
1,0 0,5 duty duty
Tomin Tomin
(Tgmin) (tgmin)
[° C] [° C]
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
I <= 80 A 22 + -1.0 24.5 + -1.0 0.05 to 0.2
30-70
B + -1.5 +1.5
-1.0
C +2.5 +2.5
-2.0 -2.0
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IIa 81-105 A 20 + -1.0 23 + -1.0
B + -1.5 +1.5
1.0
C +2.5 +2.5
-2.0 -2.0
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Explanation of the chart no. 3
Category A applies to an air-conditioned office with the required high quality environment in which the work performed intensive attention and concentration, such as the preparation of expert opinions, data processing and workplace designed for creative work such as the work of graphic translators.
Category B applies to an air-conditioned office with the required medium quality settings at work requires continuous attention and concentration, such as the activities associated with the processing of correspondence, typing on the computer.
Category C applies to other air-conditioned workplace.

Permissible horizontal differences between stereoteplotou and the resulting temperature
globe temperature [? (Tst- tg)] at the level of heads for working class I and IIa
performed on conditioned workplace, naturally ventilated workplace and workplace
on which it is used for ventilation combined
or forced ventilation for the work class I to V
Table no. 4


---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
(Tg) Allowable horizontal difference Delta (tst- tg) at head level [C]
head with respect to the cold surface to a warm surface
Category A, B Category C Category A, Category B, C
Delta (tst- Tg) [C] Delta (tst- Tg) [C] Delta (tst- Tg) [C] Delta (tst- tg) [° C]
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
19 0.4 to 0.9 6.8 8.1
20 0.1 to 1.2 6.6 7.9
21 - 0.3 to 1.6 6.2 7 5
22 - 0.9 to 2.2 5.6 6.9
23 - 1.6 to 2.9 4.9 6.2
24 - 2.5 to 3.8
3.9 5.3 25 - 3.6 to 4.9 2.9 4.2
26 - 4.6 to 6.2 1.9 3.2
27 - 6.1 - 7.4 0.6 1.9
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Explanation of the chart no. 4
Category A applies to an air-conditioned office with the required high quality environment in which the work performed intensive attention and concentration, such as the preparation of expert opinions, data processing and workplace designed for creative work such as the work of graphic translators.
Category B applies to an air-conditioned office with the required medium quality settings at work requires continuous attention and concentration, such as the activities associated with the processing of correspondence, typing on the computer.
Category C applies to other air conditioning and forced a naturally ventilated workplace.

Permissible horizontal difference between the temperature of the globe temperature (tg)
at head level and at the level of the ankle conditioned and naturally ventilated
nevenkovní workplace and workplace where ventilation is used
combined or forced ventilation on which the work performed class
work I and IIa
Table. 5


-----------------------------------------------
------------- tg at head level (tg head - tg ankle) *
[C] [C]
Category A, Category B, C
----------------------------------------- -------------------
19 0.0 0.5
20 0.0 1.0
21 0.0 1.5
22 0.5 2.0
23 1.5 3.0
24 2.5 3.5
25 3.5 4.5

26 4.5 5.5
27 5.5 6.5 ----------------------------------------
--------------------

Explanation of the chart no. 5
Category A applies to an air-conditioned office with the required high quality environment in which the work performed intensive attention and concentration, such as the preparation of expert opinions, data processing and workplace designed for creative work such as the work of graphic translators.
Category B applies to an air-conditioned office with the required medium quality settings at work requires continuous attention and concentration, such as the activities associated with the processing of correspondence, typing on the computer.
Category C applies to other air-conditioned and naturally ventilated workplace.
* Level heads = 1100 mm above the floor level ankles = 150 mm above the floor.

Fluid replacement while working in the heat load, depending on the temperature that
tg workplace for eight-hour shift and the maximum temperature
which provides maximum fluid loss
Table no. 6:

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Class M Fluid replacement per shift at the temperature at which this is achieved
work (Wm-2) of fluid loss in sweat and maximum loss
Breathing 1.25 liters and more fluid in sweat and respiration 3.9 l / 8 h
-------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------
It tg (liters) ++) to substitute water or tg
(° C) (liters / 1 ° C) [° C] [L]
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
I +) is 80 31 to 36 0.9 to 2.7 is not
(0.36) +++) allowed
------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------------

IIa +) 81 to 105 27 to 34 0.9 to 3.1 is not
(0.24) ----------------------------------------- permissible
------------------------------------------
IIb 106-130 24 to 32 0.9 to 2.8
(0.24)> = --------------------------------------- 33
--------------------------------------------
IIIa to 131 160 20 to 29 0.9 to 2.8
(0.21)> = 30
--------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------- 3.1
IIIb 161-200 16-27 0.9 to 2.8
(0.17)> = --------------------------------------- 28
--------------------------------------------
201 to IVa 250 15 to 24 1.2 to 3.0
(0.2)> = --------------------------------------- 25
--------------------------------------------
251 to IVb 300 15 to 21 1.6 to 3.0
(0.23)> = --------------------------------------- 22
--------------------------------------------
V> = 301 15 to 17 2.2 to 3.0
(0.4)> ​​= --------------------------------------- 18
--------------------------------------------

Explanation of the chart no. 6
The amount provided is valid for drinks va <= 1 ms-1 and R <= 70%.
+) Tg on unconditioned workplaces class work I and IIa not překročitto tg
34 ° C. This exception applies if the outside air temperature is the temperature vyššínež
permissible given in Tab. no. 2 for the workplace category I and IIa.
++) Fluid replacement workplaces class I to IVa are determined by interpolation, depending on the Tg
ie for every 1 ° C above the lower end of the range for the class work sepřičte
the basic replacement value of water for the class of work, the value in parentheses.
+++) Credited the amount of compensation beyond the base value fluid replacement.

Example:
It is necessary to determine the fluid replacement for class work IIIa and = 27 ° C
Margin ° C for class work IIIa = 20 to 29 ° C and 9 ° C difference
Fluid replacement for the above range = 0.9 to 2.8 liters, 1.9 liters difference
1,9 9 = 0.21 l / 1 ° C
27-20 = 7 ° C fluid replacement
per eight-hour shift x 7 = 0.21 = 1.47 + 0.9 = 2.37 liters = 2.4 liters.
PART B


Long-term and short-time work bearable and calculation mode of operation and
safety breaks during exercise heat

The mode of operation and safety breaks are calculated by first
setting the number of cycles. The number of working cycles (c) is given by

Proportion of long and short permissible time work, while the number of cycles
be rounded to the next higher integer:
tsm (min)
c = ------------
tmax (min)

Between work cycles must be secured with a safety
breaks (tp). The length of breaks is calculated as follows:
480 - tsm
tp = ------------- (min).
c - 1
Table no. 1: Long-term and short-term allowable time work -

acclimated man Conditions: v = 0.1 ms-1, TG> = ta, RH <70%, 0.64
duty ------------ ---------------------------------- ----------------
tg class work time according to the total gross energy
(° C) work output (Wm-2) ------
-------------------------------------------- ------ ------
I, IIa, IIb, IIIa, IIIb IVa IVb V
Wm-2 80 105 130 160 200 250 300 350
Gross
------------ ---------------------------------- ----------------
Tsm 20 480 480 480 480 403 323 232 188
Tmax 480 480 480 480 403 323 151 47
Tsm 22 480 480 480 480 403 323 218 179
Tmax 480 480 480 480 403 323 87 38
Tsm 24 480 480 480 480 403 282 207 171
Tmax 480 480 480 480 403 282 61 32
Tsm 26 480 480 480 480 403 245 196 163
Tmax 480 480 480 480 403 157 47 27
Tsm 28 480 480 480 480 352 230 186 156
Tmax 480 480 480 480 352 83 37 24
Tsm 30 480 480 480 468 280 217 177 150
Tmax 480 480 480 468 280 56 30 21
Tsm 32 480 480 480 348 262 205 169 144
Tmax 480 480 480 348 111 41 25 18
Tsm 34 480 480 392 308 245 195 161 138
tmax 480 480 392 151 59 31 21 16
Tsm 36 385 433 351 287 230 185 154 132
Tmax 385 433 130 66 38 24 17 14
Tsm 38 274 395 324 268 217 176 148 127
Tmax 274 106 63 42 28 20 15 12
Tsm 40 247 362 301 251 205 168 142 123
Tmax 90 56 40 30 22 16 13 11
Tsm 42 226 335 281 236 194 160 136 118
tmax 52 38 30 23 18 14 11 10
Tsm 44 207 311 263 223 185 153 131 114
tmax 36 28 23 19 15 12 10 9
Tsm 46 191 290 248 211 176 147 126 110
Tmax 27 22 19 16 13 11 9 8
Tsm 48 178 272 233 200 168 140 121 106
Tmax 22 18 16 13 11 9 8 7
Tsm 50 166 256 221 190 160 135 117 103
Tmax 20 17 15 13 11 9 8 7
-------------------------- ------------ ------------------------

Explanation: TSM
- the maximum permissible long hours of work per shift (min)
t max - the maximum permissible short-time work per shift (min)
Table. 1b: long term and short term allowable time work -
acclimatized man
Conditions: v = 0.5 ms-1, TG> = ta, RH <70% duty
0.64 ------------ ----- ---------------------------------------------
tg Class time work under the overall energy gross
(° C) work output (Wm-2)
------------ --------------- -----------------------------------
I, IIa, IIb, IIIa, IIIb IVa IVb V
Wm-2 80 105 130 160 200 250 300 350
Gross
------------ ---------------------------------- ----------------
Tsm 20 480 480 480 480 403 323 260 191
Tmax 480 480 480 480 403 323 260 55
Tsm 22 480 480 480 480 403 323 221 181
Tmax 480 480 480 480 403 323 115 42
Tsm 24 480 480 480 480 403 316 209 172
Tmax 480 480 480 480 403 316 73 35
Tsm 26 480 480 480 480 403 248 197 164
Tmax 480 480 480 480 403 248 52 29
Tsm 28 480 480 480 480 382 231 187 157
tmax 480 480 480 480 352 101 40 25
Tsm 30 480 480 480 480 290 217 177 150
Tmax 480 480 480 480 290 63 32 22
Tsm 32 480 480 480 386 261 205 169 143
Tmax 480 480 480 386 145 45 27 19
Tsm 34 480 480 443 307 244 194 161 137
Tmax 480 480 443 241 66 33 22 16
Tsm 36 423 459 347 284 228 184 153 132
Tmax 423 459 190 74 40 25 18 14
Tsm 38 267 387 319 264 215 174 147 127
Tmax 267 136 70 44 29 20 15 12
Tsm 40 240 354 296 247 203 166 140 122
Tmax 105 60 41 30 22 16 13 11
Tsm 42 218 326 275 232 192 158 135 117
Tmax 54 38 29 23 18 14 11 10
Tsm 44 199 302 257 218 182 151 129 113
Tmax 35 27 22 18 15 12 10 9
Tsm 46 184 281 241 206 173 145 124 109
Tmax 25 21 18 15 13 10 9 8
Tsm 48 170 263 227 195 165 138 119 105

Tmax 21 18 15 13 11 9 8 7
Tsm 50 159 247 214 185 157 133 115 101
Tmax 19 17 14 12 11 9 8 7
-------------------------- ------------ ------------------------

Explanation: TSM
- the maximum permissible long hours of work per shift (min)
t max - the maximum permissible short-time work per shift (min)
Table. 1c long and short term allowable time work -
acclimatized man
Conditions: v = 1 ms-1, TG> = ta, RH <70% duty
0.64 ------------ ------- -------------------------------------------
tg class work time according to the total gross energy
(° C) work output (Wm-2)

I, IIa, IIb, IIIa, IIIb IVa IVb V
--------------------------- ------------ -----------------------
Wm-2 80 105 130 160 200 250 300 350
Gross
------------ ---------------------------------- ----------------
Tsm 20 480 480 480 480 403 323 269 193
Tmax 480 480 480 480 403 323 269 61
Tsm 22 480 480 480 480 403 323 224 182
Tmax 480 480 480 480 403 323 144 46
Tsm 24 480 480 480 480 403 323 210 173
Tmax 480 480 480 480 403 323 82 37
Tsm 26 480 480 480 480 403 265 198 165
Tmax 480 480 480 480 403 265 56 30
Tsm 28 480 480 480 480 395 231 187 157
tmax 480 480 480 480 395 112 42 25
Tsm 30 480 480 480 480 301 217 177 150
Tmax 480 480 480 480 301 66 33 22
Tsm 32 480 480 480 399 259 204 168 143
Tmax 480 480 480 399 155 46 27 19
Tsm 34 480 480 457 303 244 192 160 137
Tmax 480 480 457 303 67 33 22 16
Tsm 36 426 475 342 280 226 182 152 131
Tmax 426 475 224 76 40 25 18 14
Tsm 38 267 378 313 260 212 173 146 126
Tmax 267 146 70 43 28 20 15 12
Tsm 40 232 344 289 243 200 164 139 121
Tmax 105 58 40 29 22 16 13 11
Tsm 42 210 316 268 227 189 156 133 116
Tmax 51 36 28 22 17 14 11 9
Tsm 44 191 292 250 214 179 149 128 112
Tmax 32 26 21 18 14 12 10 8
Tsm 46 176 272 234 201 170 142 123 108
Tmax 24 20 17 14 12 10 9 8
Tsm 48 163 254 220 191 162 136 118 104
Tmax 20 17 15 13 11 9 8 7
Tsm 50 151 238 208 181 154 131 113 100
Tmax 19 19 16 12 10 9 8 7
-------------------------- ------------ ------------------------

Explanation: TSM
- the maximum permissible long hours of work per shift (min)
t max - the maximum permissible short-time work per shift (min)
Table no. 2: Long-term and short-term allowable time work -
acclimated female
Conditions: v = 0.1 ms-1, TG> = ta, RH <70%, 0.64 duty
------------ ----- ---------------------------------------------
tg class time work by the total energy
(° C) Work gross output (Wm-2)
I, IIa, IIb, IIIa, IIIb IVa IVb

Wm-2 80 105 130 160 200 250 300
Gross
------------ ---------------------------------- ----------------
Tsm 20 480 480 480 411 329 263 227
Tmax 480 480 480 411 329 263 227
Tsm 22 480 480 480 411 329 263 224
Tmax 480 480 480 411 329 263 117
Tsm 24 480 480 480 411 329 263 212
Tmax 480 480 480 411 329 263 75
Tsm 26 480 480 480 411 329 241 200
Tmax 480 480 480 411 329 157 54
Tsm 28 480 480 480 411 329 226 190
Tmax 480 480 480 411 329 83 41
Tsm 30 480 480 480 411 275 213 181
Tmax 480 480 480 411 275 56 33
Tsm 32 480 480 480 342 257 202 172
Tmax 480 480 480 342 111 41 27
Tsm 34 480 480 385 303 241 191 164
tmax 480 480 385 151 59 31 22
Tsm 36 378 425 345 282 226 182 157
Tmax 378 425 130 66 38 24 18
Tsm 38 269 388 319 263 213 173 150
Tmax 269 106 63 42 28 20 16
Tsm 40 243 356 296 246 202 165 144
Tmax 90 56 40 30 22 16 14
Tsm 42 222 329 276 232 191 157 138
Tmax 52 38 30 23 18 14 12
Tsm 44 203 306 259 219 181 150 132
tmax 36 28 23 19 15 12 10
Tsm 46 188 285 243 207 173 144 127
Tmax 27 22 19 16 13 11 9
Tsm 48 175 267 229 196 165 138 122
Tmax 22 18 16 13 11 9 8
Tsm 50 163 252 217 186 157 133 118
Tmax 20 17 15 13 11 9 8

------------ ----------------------------------- ---------------

Explanation: TSM
- the maximum permissible long hours of work per shift (min)
t max - the maximum permissible short-time work per shift (min)
Table. 2b: long term and short term allowable time work -
acclimated woman
Conditions: v = 0.5 ms-1, TG> = ta, RH <70% duty
0.64 ------------ ----- ---------------------------------------------
tg class time work by the total energy
(° C) Work gross output (Wm-2)

I, IIa, IIb, IIIa, IIIb, IV and IVb

Wm-2 80 105 130 160 200 250 300
Gross
------------ ---------------------------------- ----------------
Tsm 20 480 480 480 411 329 263 227
Tmax 480 480 480 411 329 263 227
Tsm 22 480 480 480 411 329 263 227
Tmax 480 480 480 411 329 263 176
Tsm 24 480 480 480 411 329 263 214
Tmax 480 480 480 411 329 263 94
Tsm 26 480 480 480 411 329 243 202
Tmax 480 480 480 411 329 243 62
Tsm 28 480 480 480 411 329 227 191
Tmax 480 480 480 411 285 214 45
Tsm 30 480 480 480 411 285 63 181
Tmax 480 480 480 411 275 56 36
Tsm 32 480 480 480 329 256 201 172
Tmax 480 480 480 329 145 45 29
Tsm 34 480 480 435 301 239 190 164
Tmax 480 480 435 241 66 93 23
Tsm 36 415 451 341 279 224 180 156
tmax 415 451 190 74 40 25 19
Tsm 38 262 380 314 260 211 171 149
Tmax 262 136 70 44 29 20 16
Tsm 40 236 348 290 243 199 163 142
tmax 105 60 41 30 22 16 14
Tsm 42 214 320 270 228 188 156 136
Tmax 54 38 29 23 18 14 12
Tsm 44 196 297 253 214 179 149 131
Tmax 35 27 22 18 15 12 10
Tsm 46 180 276 237 202 170 142 126
Tmax 25 21 18 15 13 10 9
Tsm 48 167 258 223 192 162 136 121
Tmax 21 18 15 13 11 9 8
Tsm 50 156 243 211 182 154 131 116
Tmax 19 17 14 12 11 9 8
--------------------------- ------------ -----------------------

Explanation: TSM
- the maximum permissible long hours of work per shift (min)
t max - the maximum permissible short-time work per shift (min)
Table. 2c: Long and short term allowable time work -
acclimated female
Conditions: v = 1 ms-1, TG> = ta, RH <70%, 0.64 duty
------------ ------- -------------------------------------------
tg class time work by the total energy
(° C) Work gross output (Wm-2)

I, IIa, IIb, IIIa, IIIb IVa IVb

Wm-2 80 105 130 160 200 250 300
Gross
------------ ---------------------------------- ----------------
Tsm 20 480 480 480 411 329 263 227
Tmax 480 480 480 411 329 263 227
Tsm 22 480 480 480 411 329 263 224
Tmax 480 480 480 411 329 263 117
Tsm 24 480 480 480 411 329 263 215
Tmax 480 480 480 411 329 263 109
Tsm 26 480 480 480 411 329 260 202
Tmax 480 480 480 411 329 260 67
Tsm 28 480 480 480 411 329 227 191
Tmax 480 480 480 411 329 112 47
Tsm 30 480 480 480 411 296 213 181
Tmax 480 480 480 411 296 66 36
Tsm 32 480 480 480 392 255 200 171
Tmax 480 480 480 392 155 46 29
Tsm 34 480 480 449 298 237 189 163
tmax 480 480 449 298 67 33 23
Tsm 36 419 467 336 275 222 179 155
tmax 419 467 224 76 40 25 19
Tsm 38 262 371 308 255 208 170 148
Tmax 262 146 70 43 28 20 16
Tsm 40 228 338 284 238 196 161 141
Tmax 105 58 40 29 22 16 13
Tsm 42 206 311 264 223 186 154 135
Tmax 51 36 28 22 17 14 12
Tsm 44 188 287 246 210 176 146 129
Tmax 32 26 21 18 14 12 10
Tsm 46 173 267 230 198 167 140 124
Tmax 24 20 17 14 12 10 9
Tsm 48 160 249 217 187 159 134 119
Tmax 20 17 15 13 11 9 8
Tsm 50 149 234 204 178 151 128 115
Tmax 19 16 14 12 10 9 8
--------------------------- ------------ -----------------------

Explanation: TSM
- the maximum permissible long hours of work per shift (min)
t max - the maximum permissible short-time work per shift (min)
PART C



Long and short term permissible time at workplaces
deep-down method of determining a treatment method for calculating duty cycles and safety breaks


First Long and short term allowable working time is defined in
tables Nos. 1 to 45.

Second In the workplace, where the difference between the final temperature
globe temperature (Tg) and dry air temperature (ta) is less than 1 ° C, can be used to determine the permissible time
work values ​​measured dry-bulb thermometer.

Third In the workplace, where permissible short-time work (Tmax) is shorter than the long-term
allowed time work (TSM) must be laid down
work and security breaks.

Fourth At workplaces where permissible short-time work (Tmax) and
long permissible time work (TSM) according to tables no. 1 to 45 is identical
may not be established regime of work and safety breaks, but effective inning
working hours (PDef) must not exceed the permissible
long period of work (TSM).

Fifth Shift effective working time (PDef) is calculated according to the formula:
PDef = 480 - td - tpnp - TSM (min)
Where


Td - is the time of exit and exit, transportation to work for it by working


Resources and walking to work in the inclination of 3 degrees and ta = <26 ° C,

Tpnp - conditionally should be excluded periods of work, for example.
Breaks when waiting times after blasting work

Tsm - normative shift times, such as business consultation, personal
need undressed and makeup, job interview, personal cleansing,
break for food and rest under a special law.

6th Duty cycle (c) is determined by the proportion of long-term permissible time work
(TSM) and short-time work permissible (Tmax), while the number of cycles
rounded to the nearest whole number higher. Number of operating cycles
(tprc) is calculated according to the formula:
c = tsm / Tmax

The length of one working cycle (tprc) is calculated according to the formula:

tprc = tsm / c (min)

Total time cycles (tprc) is calculated according to the formula:

= sum tprc tprc. C (min)



7th The minimum duration of one security break (tp)
shall not be less than 30 minutes.

8th The total duration of safety breaks per shift (Sum
tp) is calculated according to the formula:
The sum p = tp. (C - 1) (min)

9th During safety breaks must have the possibility of mining personnel
rest in an environment where the air temperature does not exceed
depending on the relative humidity below temperatures:

Rh (%) Ts ° C

60 31
61-75 30
76-90 29
91-100 28



Tables 1-45














































Part D


The air temperature corrected by the speed of its flow
------------------------------------ ----------------------------------- --------------- -
flow air temperature (° C)
air --------------------------------- --------------------------- -----------------
ms-1 +4 -1 -7 -12 -16 -23 -29
------------------------------ ----------------------------------------- --------- --------
1.8 +4 -1 -7 -12 -16 -23 -29
------------------------------ ----------------------------------------- --------- --------
2.2 +3 -3 -9 -15 -21 -26 -32
------------------------------ ----------------------------------------- --------- --------
4.5 -2 -9 -15 -23 -30 -36 -43
------------------------------ ----------------------------------------- --------- --------
6.7 -6 -13 -21 -28 -38 -43 -50 ".
----------------------------------------------- ----------------- ------------------------
Part E


Permissible surface temperatures of solid materials with which it comes
unprotected skin employees into direct contact
-------------------------- ---------------------------------------------
Material thresholds burns when touched duration

10 1 minutes 10 minutes 8 hours
more seconds
° C ° C ° C ° C
-------------------------- ------------- --------------------------------
metal 55 51 48 43
ceramic, glass 66 56 48 43


And stone materials, plastics 71 60 48 43 Wood
89 60 48 43 -------------------------
- ---------------------------------------------

Table explanations:

Threshold burns the surface temperature of defining the boundary between the skin without
burns and superficial burns caused by touching the skin with a hot surface at a certain
duration of contact. The value of 51 ° C for 1 minute
is also true for other materials with high thermal conductivity, which
not listed in the table for the other materials with low thermal conductivity
valid temperature of 60 ° C
.
Appendix 2


Chemicals, their hygiene levels and the procedure of determining
PART
A

List of chemical substances and their permissible exposure limits (PEL) and
maximum allowable concentration (MAC-P)

----------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------
Substance CAS PEL NPK-P Notes Factor
---------------- Per
mg.m-3 ppm
----------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ------
Acetaldehyde 75-07-0 50 100 0.555
I Acetic anhydride 108-24-7 4 20 0,240
I Acetone 67-64-1 800 0.421 1500 L Acetonitrile 75
-05-8 70,100 D, I 0.595
see acrolein 2-propenal
Acrolein see 2-propenal
acrylonitrile see 2-enenitrile
see Allyl alcohol 2-propen-1-ol, allyl glycidyl ether
106-92-3 25 50 D, I, S 0.214
allyl see 3-Chloro-1-propene
1-Allyloxy-2,3-epoxypropane see allyl glycidyl ether
aminobenzene see Aniline
2- aminoethane-1-ol 141-43-5 2.5 7.5 I 0.401
2-aminopyridine 504-29-0 2 4 D 0.260
Ammonia 7664-41-7 14 36 Amyl acetate 1438
see pentyl
amyl see Pentanol
acetic anhydride acetic anhydride see
Aniline 62-53-3 5 10 D, I, P 0.263
Antimony 7440-36-0 0.5 1.5
antimony compounds such as Sb
(except antimony trioxide) 0.5 1.5 L
arsine see arsine
Arsenic 7440-38-2 0.1 0.4 P
Arsenic compounds such as as
(except arsine) 0.1 0.4 P
arsenic 7784-42-1 0.1 0.2 0.313 P

hydrazoic acid azide see azide (pairs) 7782-79- 8 0.2 0.3 1.76
sodium azide 26628-22-8 0.1 0.3 D, 0.376
I see aziridine ethylenimine
Barium compounds, soluble
as Ba 0, 5 2.5
Benzene 71-43-2 3 10 D, I, P 0,313

Petrol (technical mixture of hydrocarbons) 400 1000
86290-81-5 Benzo (a) pyrene 50- 32-8 0.005 0.025 D 0.097 P
p-benzoquinone 106-51-4 0.4 0.8 I 0.226
1,4-benzoquinone, p-benzoquinone see
Dibenzoyl peroxide 94-36-0 5 10 I, S
Benzyl Alcohol 100-51-6 40 80 0.226
benzyl chloride see alpha-chlorotoluene
7440-41-7 beryllium 0.001 0.002 I, S, P
beryllium compounds, as
Be 0.001 0.002 I, S, P
Biphenyl 92-52-4 1 3 D, I 0.158
1,1'-Biphenyl Biphenyl see
Bis (2-ethylhexyl) ester of 1,2
-benzendikarboxylové see
acid di- (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate
Bisphenol A, see 2,2-Bis (4-hydroxyphenyl) propane
Bis (2-chloroethyl) ether 111-44-4 30 60 D 0.171
2,2-Bis (4-hydroxyphenyl) propane
(dust, aerosol) 05/07/80 2 5 I
Bromo 7726-95-6 0.7 1.4 0.153 I || | bromoethane 74-96-4 20 40 D, I 0.224
2-Bromo-2-chloro-1,1,1-trifluoroethane
151-67-7 15 30 0.124
bromomethane 74-83- 9 20 40 D, I, P 0.257
Hydrogen bromide 10035-10-6 1 6 I 0.302
bromotrifluoromethane see Trifluorbrommethan
1,3-Butadiene 106-99-0 10 20 P 0.425
lation of the butane 1,3-diene, see 1,3-Butadiene
Butanol (all isomers) 71-36-3
78-92-2
78-83-1
75-65-0 300 600 I 0.330
78-93-3 2-Butanone 600 900 I 0.339
Butanethiol 109-79-5 1.5 3 0.271
2-butenal 4170-30-3 | || 123-73-9 1 4 D, I 0.349

2-butoxyethanol-1-ol 111-76-2 100 200 D, I 0.207
2-Butoxyethanol acetate see 2-Butoxyethyl
2- (2-butoxyethoxy) ethanol 112-34-5 70 100 I 0.151
2-Butoxyethyl acetate 112-07-2 130 300 D 0.153
1-butoxypropan-2-ol 5131-66-8 270 550 D, I
0.185 Butyl acetate 123-86-4 || | 110-19-0
540-88-5
105-46-4 950 1200 0.211
n-Butyl acrylate 141-32-2 10 20 I, S Butyl alcohol 0.191

see Butanol butyl cellosolve see 2-Butoxyethanol
Butylcelosolvacetát see 2-Butoxyethyl
diglycol see 2- (2-butoxyethoxy) ethanol
butyl ester 2-propenoic acid, n-butyl, see
butyl mercaptan see Butanethiol
tert-butyl methyl ether 04/04/1634 100 200 I 0.277
n-butyl methyl ketone see 2-hexanone
iso-butyl methyl ketone see 4-Methyl-2-pentanone
butyl 2-propenoate see n-butyl acrylate
Celosolvacetát see 2-ethoxyethyl
tin inorganic compounds such as Sn 2
4 I
tin organic compounds, such as Sn
0,1 0,2 D, I
Cyclohexane 110-82-7 700 2000 I see cyclohexaneamine 0,290

Cyclohexanol 108-93-0 Cyclohexylamine 200 400 D, I
Cyclohexanone 108-94-1 0.244 40 0.249 80 D
110-83-8 cyclohexene 1,000 1,300 0,298
Cyclohexylamine 108-91-8 20 40 0.247
I Decahydronaphthalene 91- 17-8 50,100 0,151
Desflurane 57041-67-5 15 30 0.146
Diacetone 123-42-2 200 300 I 0.210
4,4'-diamino-diphenylmethane 101-77-9 0.1 0.2 D, S, P
1,2-diaminoethane 107-15-3 25 50 I S 0.407
Diazomethane 334-88-3 0.3 0.6 P 0.582
Dibenzoylperoxide see Benzoyl peroxide
Diborane 19287-45-7 0.1 0.2 0.837
Dibromodifluoromethane 75-61-6 800 1300 0.116
1,2-dibromoethane 106-93-4 1 2 D, I, P 0.182 | || Dibutyl 1,2-benzene dicarboxylic acid

see Dibutylphthalate Dibutylphthalate 84-74-2 5 10
I Dicyclopentadiene 77-73-6 3 6 0,185
I Diethanolamine 111-42-2 5 10 I, P 0.232
Diethylamine 109-89-7 15 30 I 0.334
2- (Diethylamino) ethanol 100-37-8 50,100 D, I 0.208
diethyleneglycol monomethylether see 2- (2- methoxyethoxy) ethanol
diethylenetriamine 111-40-0 4 8 I 0.237
N, N-diethylethanamine see Triethylamine
Diethylether 60-29-7 300600 0.330
di- (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 117 -81-7 5 10
Diphenylamine 122-39-4 10 20 D P
Diphenyl ether 101-84-8 5 10 0.144
diphenylmethane-4,4'-diisocyanate 101-68-8 0, 05 0.1 L, S 0.098

diphenyl ether diphenyl see difluoromethane 10/05/75 2000 5000 0.470

Dihydrogenselenid see selenide 1.3 dihydroxybenzen 108-46-3 45 90 I || | 1,4-dihydroxybenzene 123-31-9 2 4 D, I, S
1,2-Dichlorobenzene 95-50-1 100,200 D, I 0.166
1,4-Dichlorobenzene 106-46-7 100 200 D, I 0.166
2,2'-dichlorodiethyl see Bis (2-chloroethyl) ether
dichlorodifluoromethane 75-71-8 3000 5000 0.202
1,1-dichloroethane 75-34-3 400800 D, I 0.247
1,2-dichloroethane 107-06-2 10 20 D, I, P 0.247
1,1-dichloroethene 75-35-4 8 16 0.252
1,2-dichloroethene 540 -59-0 800 1600 0.252
1,1-dichloroethylene, 1,1-dichloroethene see
1,2-dichloroethylene, 1,2-dichloroethene see
acid dichloride. carbonic see Phosgene
dichlorofluoromethane 75- 43-4 40 80 0.238
Dichloromethane 75-09-2 200 500 D 0.288
1,2-Dichloro-1,1,2,2-tetrafluoroethane
76-14-2 3000 5000 0.143 || | diisocyanatohexane see Hexamethylene diisocyanate
2,4-Diisokyanáttoluen see tolylene 2,4-diisocyanate-2,6
Diisokyanáttoluen see toluylene-2,6-diisocyanate
diisononyl phthalate 28553-12-0 3 10 0.058 || | N, N-dimethylacetamide 127-19-5 30 60 D 0.281
Dimethylamine 124-40-3 4 9 I 0.542
N, N-dimethylaniline 121-69-7 25 50 D 0.202
N, N-Dimethylbenzenamin see N, N-dimethylaniline
N, N-dimethylcyclohexylamine 98-94-2 5 10 D 0.192
Dimethyl ether 115-10-6 1000 2000 0.531

Dimethylethylamine 598-56-1 10 20 I 0.334
1- (1,1-dimethylethyl) -4-methylbenzene see
p- (tert-butyl) toluene
N, N-Dimethylformamide 68 -12-2 15 30 D, I, P 0.335
1,1-dimethylhydrazine 57-14-7 0.025 0.05 D, I, S, P 0.407
1,2-dimethylhydrazine 540-73-8 0.025 0.05 D, S, P 0.407
dimethylisopropylamine 996-35-0 10 20 0.280 2,2-dimethylpropane
463-82-1 3000 4500 * 0.339
Dimethyl 77-78-1 0, 1 0.2 D, I, P 0.194
N, N-Dimethyl-p-toluidine 99-97-8 5 10 0.181

dinitrobenzene (technical isomeric mixture) 25154-54-5 1 2 D P 0.145
Dinitroglykol see ethylene glycol dinitrate
dinitrochlorobenzene see 1-chloro-2,4-dinitrobenzene
4,6-dinitro-o-cresol 534-52-1 0.2 0.4 D I | ||
dinitrotoluene (technical isomeric mixture) 25321-14-6 0.75 1.5 D, P 0.134
1,4-dioxane 123-91-1 70,140 D, I 0.277
Enflurane 13838 -16-9 15 30 0.132
Epichlorohydrin see 1-chloro-2,3-epoxypropane

ethanal see Acetaldehyde 1,2-ethanediamine, 1,2-diaminoethane see
ethanamine see ethylamine
ethane-1,2-diol see Ethylene
1,2-ethylene glycol dinitrate Ethandioldinitrát see
ethanol 64-17-5 1000 3000 0.532
Ethanolamine see 2-aminoethane-1-ol
Ethenon see Ketene | || Ethenylbenzen see Styrene
Ethenylester acid. acetic see Vinylacetate
2-ethoxyethanol 1-ol 110-80-5 8 40 D, P 0.271
2-ethoxyethyl acetate 111-15-9 11 50 D, P 0.185
1-ETHOXYPROPAN-2-ol 2.4.1569 270,550 0,235
Ethyl acetate 141-78-6 700 900 I 0.278
140-88-5 Ethyl acrylate 20 40 I S 0.244

ethanol ethanol see ethylamine 75-04-7 9 20 I
Ethylbenzene 100-41-4 0.542 200 500 0.230 D
see ethyl bromide bromoethane
Ethylcelosolv see 2-Ethilcellosolv Ethylene
see 1,2-diaminoethane
ethylene see 1,2-dibromoethane
ethylene see 1,2-dichloroethane
Ethylendinitrát see ethylene glycol dinitrate
ethylene glycol 107-21-1 50 100 D 0.394 628 ethylene glycol dinitrate
-96-6 0.5 1 D 0,161
ethylene glycol see of 2-butoxyethanol acetate

Ethylenglykolmonobutylether- see 2-Butoxyethyl
EGL see 2-Ethilcellosolv

acetate Ethylenglykolmonoethylether- see 2 -Ethoxyethylacetát
ethylene glycol see 2-methoxyethanol acetate

Ethylenglykolmonomethylether- see 2-Methoxyetylacetát
ethylene chlorohydrin see 2-chloroethanol
ethylenimine 151-56-4 1 2 D, I, P 0.567 || | Ethylene oxide 75-21-8 1 3 D, I, P 0.556
Ethyl 2-propenoic see Ethyl acrylate
N-Diethylamine Ethylethanamin see
see Ethyl ether Diethylether
Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionate 763-69 9,150,500 0,167
109-94-4 Ethyl formate 300 450 0,330
I see chloroethane ethyl chloride
Ethyl-2-cyanoacrylate 7085-85-0 1 2 0,195
I Ethyl-2-kyanprop- 2-enoate see Ethyl 2-cyanoacrylate
Ethyl 2-propenoate Ethyl acrylate see
Phenol 108-95-2 7.5 15 D, I 0.260
N Fenylbenzenamin see Diphenylamine
phenylethylene see Styrene
phenylhydrazine 100-63-0 1 2 D, I, S 0.225
2-phenylpropene 98-83-9 250 500 I 0.207
Fluoro 7782-41-4 1.5 3 I 0.643
inorganic fluorides, as F 2.5 5 I
fluoride 7664-39-3 1.5 2.5 1.223
I Formaldehyde CAS 50-00-0 0.5 I 1, S 0.814
Fosfan see phosphide

Phosphine see phosphide Phosphorus (white, yellow) 7723-14-0 0.1 0.3 0.197
phosphide 7803-51-2 0.1 0.2 0.719
I see Phosphorus oxychloride
phosphorus oxychloride, phosphorus chloride, phosphorus
see Fosfortrichlorid see phosphorus trichloride
see Phosgene carbonyl chloride, Freon 11

see trichlorofluoromethane Freon 12, Freon see dichloridifluoromethane

12B2 see Dibromodifluoromethane Freon 13 see Chlortrifluormethan | || Freon 13B1 see Trifluorbrommethan
Freon 21, Freon see dichlorofluoromethane
see 114 1,2-Dichloro-1,1,2,2-tetrafluoroethane

Phthalic anhydride 85-44-9 5 10 I, with 0,165
2,5-furandione see Maleic anhydride
2-furancarboxaldehyde see Furfural
2-furanmethanol see 2-Furylmethanol
Furfural 98-01 -1 10 20 D, 0.255
I see Furfuryl alcohol 2-Furylmethanol
Furylmethanal see Furfural
2-Furylmethanol 98-00-0 20 40 D, 0.249
I see glutaraldehyde 1.5 Pentandial | || Glycerol, mist 56-81-5 10 15 0.244
glycerol 55-63-0 0.5 1 D 0.108
Halothane see 2-Bromo-2-chloro-1,1,1-trifluoroethane || | n-Heptane 142-82-5 1000 2000 I 0.244
Heptane (technical isomeric mixture) 426260-76-6 1000 2000 I 0.244
heptane-2-one 110-43-0 150 300 D, I 0.214
heptan-3-one 106-35-4 95 300 I 0.214
Hexachlorobenzene 118-74-1 0.02 0.1 D, P 0.086 1,1,2,3,4,4
-Hexachlor-1,3- butadiene
87-68-3 0.25 0.5 D 0.115
Hexachloroethane 67-72-1 10 20 D, I 0.103
Hexachlornaftalen 1335-87-1 0, 2 0,6 D
hexamethylene-1,6-diisocyanate 822-06-0 0.035 0.07 I 0.145
S n-Hexane 110-54-3 70 200 I D P 0.284
hexane isomers
(except n-hexane) 1000 2000 I 0.284
2-hexanone 591-78-6 20 40 D, P 0.244
Hydrazine 302-01-2 0.05 0.1 D, I, S, P 0.763
lithium hydride 7580-67-8 0.025 0.075
Hydroquinone see 1,4-dihydroxybenzene
potassium hydroxide 1310-58-3 1 2 I
sodium hydroxide 1310-73- 2 1 2
I calcium hydroxide 1305-62-0 2 4
2-Hydroxymethylfurfural see Furylmethanol
2-chloro- 7782-50-5 0.5 1.5 0.344
I chloroacetaldehyde 107-20 -0 1 3 I 0.311
Chlorobenzene 108-90-7 25 70 0.217
2-Chloro-1,3-butadiene 126-99-8 10 20 D, I 0.276
chlorodifluoromethane 75-45-6 3600 - 0.283
1-chloro-2,4-dinitrobenzene 97-00-7 0.5 1 D, I, P, S 0.121
1-chloro-2,3-epoxypropane 106-89-8 1 2 D, I, S, P 0.266
chloroethane 75-00-3 260540 0.378
2-chloroethanol 107-07-3 1 3 D 0.304
chloroethene see
Vinyl chloride ammonium chloride (fumes) 12125-02-9 5 10 I
phosphorus pentachloride 10026-13-8 1 2 I, P 0.117
phosphorus trichloride 7719-12-2 1 3 I, P 0.178
calcium chloride 10043-52-4 2 4 I
zinc chloride 7646-85-7 1 2
I Chloromethane 74-87-3 100 200 D, P 0.484

Chlormethoxymethan see chloromethyl chloromethyl see alfaChlortoluen
chloromethyl 107-30 -2 0.003 0.006 D 0.304 P
1-Chloro-4-nitrobenzene 100-00-5 1 2 D P
Chloroform see trichloromethane
Chloroprene see 2-Chloro-1,3-butadiene || | chlorinated biphenyls PCBs see
Hydrogen chloride 7647-01-0 8 15 0.679 I
3-Chloro-1-propene 107-05-1 3 6 L 0.320
alpha-chlorotoluene 100-44-7 5 10 and
Chlortrifluormethan 75-72-9 0.193 4000 0.2734 6000
chromium and chromium compounds
(II, III) as Cr 0.5 1.5 I
chromium (VI) compounds, as Cr 0,05 0,1 I, S, P
2,2-iminobis (ethanol) see Diethanolamine
1,3-Isobenzofurandion see Phthalic anhydride
Isoflurane 26675-46-7 15 30 0.133 || | iso-Pentane see pentane and iso-pentane
iso-pentyl acetate see pentyl acetate
Isophorone 78-59-1 5 10 I 0.177
iso-propyl acetate, see iso-Propyl acetate | || iso-propylbenzene see Cumene
iso-propylene glycol see 2-iso-Propoxyethan-1-ol
Iodine 7553-56-2 0.1 1 I 0.093
Iodomethane 74-88-4 2 8 D , I
0.172 Cadmium and its compounds, as Cd
7440-43-9 0.1 0.05 D
Rosin - dust, fume 8050-09-7 1 S
epsilon-caprolactam ( dust) 105-60-2 1 3
I epsilon-caprolactam (vapors) 105-60-2 10 40 0,216
I see carbonitrile Cyanamide
carbonyl chloride 75-44-5 0,08 0,4 I 0.247
Ketene 463-51-4 1 2 0,581
Cobalt and its compounds, as Co
7440-48-4 0.05 0.1 S
cresol (
technical mixture of isomers) 1319-77-3 20 40 D, 0.226
I see crotonaldehye 2-butenal

Cumene 98-82-8 100 250 D, I 0.203
Cyanamide 420-04-2 1 5 D, I, S 0.581
cyanide as the CN 12/05/57 3 10 D
Hydrogen cyanide 74-90-8 3 10 D
0.905 nitric acid 7697-37-2 1 2.5 0.388
I see ethanoic acid acetic acid
ethanedioic see oxalic acid, phosphoric
7664-38 -2 1 2
I perchloric acid 7601-90-3 1 2 0,243
I see methanoic- acid formic acid formic acid 64-18-6
9 18 .531
I acetic acid 64-19- 7 25 35 I 0.408
peracetic acid 79-21-0 0.6 1.2 I 0.321
picric acid 88-89-1 0.1 0.5 D, I, S
propanoic see propionic
propionic acid 79-09-4 30 60 I 0.330
sulfuric acid (conc
mist) 7664-93-9 0.05 - I
sulfuric acid, as SO3 7664-93 -9 1 2
I oxalic acid 144-62-7 1 5
I Maleic anhydride 108-31-6 1 2 I, S 0.249
Manganese 7439-96-5 1 2
Manganese - his compounds, as Mn
1
2 Copper (dust) 7440-50-8 1 2
Copper (fumes) 7440-50-8 0.1 0.2 1.3
mesitylene see, 5-trimethylbenzene
Methanal see Formaldehyde
see methanamine Methylamine
Methanol 67-56-1 250 1000 D 0.754
3-methoxy-n-butyl 4435-53-4 100 200 0.167 2
-Methoxyethan-1-ol 109-86-4 3 30 D, P 0.321
2- (2-methoxyethoxy) ethanol 111-77-3 50 100 D 0.203
2-methoxyethyl acetate 110-49-6 5 50 D, P 0.207
3-Methoxy-3-methylbutane-1-ol 56539-66-3 100 200 0.207
2-methoxy-1-methylethylacetate 108-65-6 270550 D, I 0.185 | || 1-Methoxy-2-propanol 107-98-2 270 550 D 0.271
2-Methoxy-1-propyl acetate 70657-70-4 270 550 D 0.185
(2-methoxymethylethoxy) propanol
(technical mixture of isomers) 34590-94-8 270,550 0,165
D Methyl acetate 79-20-9 600 800 0,330
I Methyl acrylate 96-33-3 20 40 I, S 0.284
see Methyl alcohol Methanol || | Methylamine 74-89-5 10 20 I 0.787
4-methylaniline see p -toluidine
N-methylaniline 100-61-8 2 4 D, P 0.228
methylbenzene see Toluene
N-methylbenzenamine see N-methylaniline
see Methyl bromide bromomethane
3-Methyl-1-butanol, amyl alcohol see
1-Methyl-n-butyl, see pentyl
methyl cellosolve see 2-methoxyethanol
Methylcelosolvacetát see 2-methoxyethyl acetate
methylcyclohexane 108-87-2 1500 2000 0.249
I
methylcyclohexanol (technical mixture of isomers) 25639-42-3 200 400 0.214
2-methyl-cyclohexanone 583-60-8 150 300 D 0.218 || | Methyldinitrobenzen see dinitrotoluene
2-Methyl-4,6-dinitrophenol, see 4,6-dinitro-o-cresol, 1,1'-methylenebis

(4-isocyanatobenzene), see diphenylmethane-4,4 '
diisocyanate 4,4'-methylenedianiline see 4,4'-diaminodiphenylmethane
see Methylene chloride Dichloromethane
methyl 2-methyl-2- propenoic acid

see methyl methacrylate methyl ethyl ketone see 2-Butanone | || 5-methylheptane-3-one 541-85-5 50 100 I 0.191
5-Methylhexane-2-one 110-12-3 95 200 0.214
methylhydrazine 60-34-4 0,02 0, 04 I, S 0.530

Chloromethane see Methyl chloride Methyl isocyanate 624-83-9 0,025 0.05 D, 0.428
I see Methyl iodide Iodomethane

methyl cyanide see Acetonitrile Methyl methacrylate 80-62-6 50 150 I, S 0.244
N-methylmethanamine see Dimethylamino
4-Methyl-2-pentanone 108-10-1 80,200 D, I 0.244
1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidin-2-872- 50-4 40 80 D, 0.247
I see mineral oils oils mineral
Molybdenum 7439-98-7 5 25
molybdenum compounds such as Mo 5 25
I see Monochlormethylmethyleter chloromethyl
Morpholine 110 -91-8 35 70 0.280
I Naphtha solvent 200 1000
Naphthalene 91-20-3 50 100 0.191
neopentane see 2,2-dimethyl-propane
Nickel 7440-02-0 0.5 1 s
nickel compounds such as Ni
(except nikltetrakarbonylu) 0.05 0.25 s
Nikltetrakarbonyl 13463-39-3 0.01 0.02 D, I, P 0.143

Nicotine 05/11/54 0.5 2.5 D
Nitrobenzene 98-95-3 0.151 1 0.199 2 D

Nitroglycerin see glyceroltrinitrate nitroglycol see ethylene glycol dinitrate
p-nitrochlorobenzene see 1 chloro-4-nitrobenzene
nitrous gases (NOx), nitrogen oxides
except nitrous oxide 11104-93-1 10 20 I

Nitrotoluene (technical isomeric mixture) 6/12/1321 10 20 D 0.179
mineral oils (aerosol) 5 10
Lead 7439-92-1 0.05 0.2 P *
Lead compounds such as Pb
(except Alkyl) 0.05 0 2 P *
1,1'-oxybis (benzene)
see Diphenyl ether, 1,1-oxybis (ethane) see Diethylether
antimony trioxide as Sb 1309-64-4 0.1 0.2 | || Nitrogen dioxide 10102-44-0 2 3 I
0.531 nitric oxide 10102-43-9 10 15 0,815
I nitrous oxide 10024-97-2 180 360 0.555
pentaoxide 1314-56-3 1 2
I magnesium oxide 1309-48-4 5 10
Osmium tetroxide as Os 20816-12-0 0,002 0,004 0,096
I sulfur trioxide 7446-11-9 1 2 0.306
Sulphur dioxide 7446-09-5 1.5 5 I 0,382
Carbon monoxide 630-08-0 30 150 0.873 P
Carbon dioxide 124-38-9 9000 45000 0.556
vanadium pentoxide (dust, fumes) 1314- 62-1 0.05 0.1 I P
calcium oxide 1305-78-8 2 4
zinc oxide, such as Zn 2 1314-13-2 5
Oxirane see Ethylene oxide
1 1'-oxybis (2-chloroethanes) see bis (2-chloroethyl) ether
phosphorus oxychloride 10025-87-3 0.5 1 I 0.159
Ozone 10028-15-6 0.1 0.2 0.509 | || pentafluoroethane 354-33-6 5000 - 0,204
Pentachlorophenol 87-86-5 0,5 1,5 D, I
pentacarbonyl iron as Fe 13463-40-6 0.2 0.5 0.125 | || pentane and isopentane 109-66-0
78-78-4 3000 4500 * 0.339
Pentandial 1.5 111-30-8 0.2 0.4 I S 0.244

Pentanol all isomers and mixtures of isomers 30899-19-5 300 600 I 0.278

all pentyl isomers and mixtures of isomers 84145-37-9 270540 0.188
Pentyl acetic see pentyl
PERC see Tetrachloroethylene
peroxide 7722-84-1 1 2 I 0.719
Piperazine 110-85-0 0.1 0.3 L
Platinum (metal) and the insoluble compounds 7440-06-4 0.5
1

sinkers soluble compounds (such as Pt) 0.001 0.002 I, S

Polychlorinated biphenyls (technical) 1336-36-3 0.5 1 D, P
2-propanamine see isopropylamino
Propane (LPG) 68476 -85-7 1800 4000 * 0.339
isopropanol 67-63-0 500 1000 I 0.407
n-propanol 71-23-8 500 1000 I 0.407
1-Propanol n-Propanol see || | 2-Propanol see isopropanol
2-propanone see Acetone
1,2,3-Propantrioltrinitrát see Glycerintrinitrát
2-propenal 107-02-8 0.25 0.5 I 0.436
2-propen-1-ol 107-18-6 4 10 D, I 0.422
2-enenitrile 107-13-1 2 6 D, I, P, S 0.461
beta-propiolactone 57-57-8 1 2 I, P
2-iso-Propoxyethan-1-ol 109-59-1 50 100 0,235 I
2-iso-Propoxyethylacetát 19234-20-9 65 130 I 0.167
n-propyl acetate 109 -60-4 800 1000 I 0.240
Iso-propyl acetate 108-21-4 800 1000 I 0.240
isopropanol see isopropanol
n-propyl n-Propanol see
iso-propylamine 75 -31-0 10 20 0.413 I
pseudocumene see 1,2,4-trimethylbenzene
Pyrethrum 8003-34-7 1 2 D, I, S
Pyridine 110-86-1 5 10 D 0.309 | || resorcinol see 1,3-dihydroxybenzene
Mercury 7439-97-6 0.02 0.15 D, P 0.122
mercury (divalent)
inorganic compounds, such as Hg 0.02 0.15 D P
mercury-alkyl compounds, such as Hg 0.01 0.03 D P

Selan see selenide Selenium 7782-49-2 0.1 0.2
selenium compounds such as Se
(except hydrogen selenide) 0.1 0.2
selenide 7783-07-5 0.07 0.17 0.302
Sevoflurane 28523-86-6 15 30 0,122
sulfide, phosphorus sulfide see phosphorus | || Carbon disulphide 75-15-0 10 20 D, I
0.322 Hydrogen sulfide 7783-06-4 7 14 0,719
solvent naphtha see naphtha solvent

Silver 7440-22-4 0.1 0.3
silver soluble compounds as Ag

0.01 0.03 Styrene 100-42-5 100 400 0,235
I Sulfane Hydrogen sulfide see
phosphorous pentasulfide 1314-80-3 1 2
sulfotep (ISO) 3689-24-5 0.1 0.2 D 0.076
Tellurium and its compounds, such as Te
13494-80 -9 0.1 0.5
Turpentine - couples 8006-64-2 300 800 0,180
I
silicic acid tetraethyl see Tetraethylsilikát
tetraethyl lead as Pb 78-00-2 0,05 0 1 D, P * 0.076
Tetraethylsilikát 04/10/78 50 200 0.117 I
tetraethoxysilane see Tetraethylsilikát
O, O, O ', O'-tetraethyl-
dithiopyrofosfát see sulfotep (ISO)
O, O, O 'O'- Tetraethyldifosforodithiolát

Tetrafosfor see Phosphorus (white, yellow)
Tetrahydrofuran 109-99-9 150300 D, I 0.339
Tetrahydro-1 4-oxazin see tetrachloroethene
Morpholine 127-18-4 250 750 0,147 D

Tetrachloroethylene see tetrachloroethene carbon tetrachloride 56-23-5 10 20 D, P 0.159
nickel tetracarbonyl see Nikltetrakarbonyl
Tetramethyl as Pb 75-74-1 0,05 0,1 D, P * 0.091
thallium 7440-28-0 0.1 0.5 P
thallium compounds, soluble
as Tl 0.1 0.5 D, P, S
Toluene 108-88-3 200 500 D I .266
m-Toluidine 108-44-1 5 10 D, P 0.228
o-Toluidine 95-53- 4 5 10 D, I, P 0.228
p-toluidine 106-49-0 5 10 D, I, P, S 0.228
2,4-tolylene diisocyanate 584-84-9 0.05 0.1 I S 0.141
2,6-diisocyanate 07/08/91 0.05 0.1 I S
0.140 Triethanolamine 102-71-6 5 10 D 0.164
Triethylamine 121-44-8 8 12 I
Trifluorbrommethan 75-63-8 0.242 4000 0.164 6000
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 120-82-1 15 35 D, I, 0,135
1,1,1-trichloroethane 71-55-6 500 1000 0.184
I 1,1,2-trichloroethane 79-00-5 50 100 D 0,183
trichloroethene 79-01-6 250 750 D 0,186
Trichloroethylene I see trichloroethene
trichlorofluoromethane 75- 69-4 3000 4500 0.178
phosphorus oxychloride see phosphorus oxychloride
trichloromethane 67-66-3 10 20 D, I, P 0.205
Trimethylamine 75-50-3 10 20 I 0.413
1 , 2,3-trimethylbenzene 526-73-8 100 250 I 0.203
1,2,4-trimethylbenzene 95-63-6 100 250 I 0.203
1,3,5-trimethylbenzene 108-67-8 100 250 I 0.203
2,4,6-trinitrophenol see picric acid
2,4,6-trinitrotoluene 118-96-7 0.3 0.5 D, P 0.108
carbonates and bicarbonates
sodium and potassium 5 10
I Vanadium (dust) 7440-62-2 0.05 0.15 Vinyl acetate 108-05-4
18 36 0.284

vinylbenzene see Styrene Vinyl chloride 75-01- 4 7.5 15 0.391 P
vinylidene see 1,1-dichloroethene

Xylene technical mixture of isomers and all isomers 1330-20-7
95-47-6
106-42-3
108-38-3 200 400 D, I
0.230 2,4-xylidine 95-68-1 5 10 D, P 0,202
Xylidines (
technical mixture of isomers) 1300-73-8 10 20 D P 0.202
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The explanatory note to the table: Column 2
:
CAS number - registration number of substances used in Chemical Abstracts
Column 3 and 4:
Aerosol substances with a strong irritant effect on the respiratory tract and eyes can not generally use
Value hygienic limits set for couples; protection of workers needs to be addressed with regard
specific conditions.
Column 5:
D - During exposure, absorbed through the skin
S - the substance has a sensitizing effect
P - the substance can not be ruled out serious late effects
P * - for assessment of exposure is a crucial test result plumbemie
* - By WEL is taken of the physico-chemical properties (eg. Explosiveness)
I - irritates mucous membranes (eyes, respiratory tract), respectively. skin
Column 6:
Conversion factor of data in mg.m-3 on figure ppm, subject to the condition at 25 ° C and a pressure of 100 kPa.
PART B


To determine the permissible exposure limit mixtures of chemical substances


To determine the permissible exposure limit (PEL) of the mixture

Chemicals is determined according to the following principles:

First In case of two or more substances, which act on the same organ system
assumed to be additive (additive effect) unless
scientifically based information to the contrary. The sum of the ratios of measured concentrations
to their PEL and STEL should not exceed 1. The calculation is performed according to the formula
:

k1 k2 kn
---- + ---- + ---- + ... <= 1
PEL1 PEL2 pełny


k1 k2 kn
------ ------ + + ... + ------ <= 1
NPK NPK-P1-P2 NPK-Pn
Where

k1, k2 to kn - the measured concentrations of individual substances
PEL1, PEL2 to pełna - are fixed values ​​PEL individual substances
NPK-P1, NPK2 to NPK-Pn - are set values ​​STEL individual substances.

Second Formula for the calculation of OEL is used with substances with a strong
acute effects, such as irritant or narcotic.

Third If not possible additive effect of the individual substances assume no
concentration of components in the mixture must not exceed its STEL or TWA.

Procedure for determining the PEL at higher ventilation

First Before adjusting the PEL at higher ventilation is determined

A) how much is at work exceeded ventilation
20 liters / min,

B) whether the work continuous or discontinuous,

C) the health status of employees who will work hard physical
perform

D) whether the work is done simultaneously for substandard
microclimate conditions.

Second To determine the adjustments PEL, the

A) 20 liters of minute ventilation and 100% of the value of PEL correspond
minute average performance of 11.7 kJ / min (195.0 W) - net 40 liters
minute ventilation, and 50% of the value of PEL,
correspond to the average per-minute performance of 26.4 kJ / min (440.0 W) - net

B) at a pulmonary ventilation 40 liters per minute corresponds PEL
50% PEL values ​​valid for ventilation 20 liters per minute;
for ventilation between 20 and 40 liters per minute is determined by the proportion of PEL
linear interpolation.

Procedure for determining the PEL for longer than eight-hour shift

First Before adjusting the PEL for longer than eight-hour shift is determined

A) how many hours of working time is extended

B) the nature of the chemical on the human body,

C) the health status of employees who work more than 8 hours a day
,

D) whether there are multiple pollutants simultaneously, or work carried out
unfavorable microclimate conditions or terms of
heavy physical work and other circumstances that may affect the level of risk.

Second In cases where free from factors which negatively affect
risk level, adjusted PEL follows:

A) if they are longer shifts, separated by days or eight-hour shifts


8 * PEL
Pelt = -------
t

B) if the weekly working time is longer than 40 hours in compliance
maximum of 8 hours per shift exposures:

PEL * 40
Pelt = --------
T

C) if the following days, with a longer exchange immediately behind

8 PEL * * (24-t)
Pelt = ----------------
16 * t

Pelt - the new value of PEL for another time exposure

T - exposure time in hours working time

T - total number of hours of exposure per working week.
Appendix 3


Dust, his hygiene limits and procedure for their determination
PART
A

Lists dusts and their permissible exposure limits

First PEL for total concentration (inhalable) dust
indicates PELc for respirable dust fraction Pelri.
Respirable dust fraction is a set of airborne dust particles that can be inhaled
nose or mouth. Respirable fraction means the weight fraction
inhaled particles which penetrate into the respiratory tract, where there
ciliated epithelium and the alveoli.

Second Permissible exposure limits of dust (PELS) with different
PEL is determined by a calculation of the individual PEL powders according to the formula:
Where


Pels - PEL is a mixture of substances from 1 to n

PEL1 to pełna - the PEL ranging from 1 to n

% X1 to xn% - the weight proportion ranging from 1 to n in percentage.

First If you can not share the weight of individual components in fly ash
reliably determined, determined by the PEL value applicable to the component having the lowest
PEL.
Examples
:


A) A mixture containing 80 wt% of cotton fibers (PELC = 2 mg.m-3)
and 20% textile fibers Synth. (Lab = 4 mg.m-3).

In the event that you can not share the weight of individual components in airborne dust
reliably determine Pels determined by the values ​​for the substance with the lowest
PEL.

B) contains a mixture of wool (PELc = 6 mg · m-3), synthetic fiber textile
(PELc = 4 mg.m-3) and soil dust (PELc = 10 mg.m-3).
Share of individual components can not be determined. Pels = 4 mg.m-3 value is valid for the substance with the lowest Lab ..


Second When the dust contained fibrogenic component must always be determined
the respirable fraction and concentration fibrogenic component. If
respirable fraction contains more than 1% fibrogenic component should not exceed its
Pelri values ​​listed in Table 1. In compliance with the PEL
considers a state where they are respected as Pelri for fibrogenic component and || | PELc for the type of dust.

Third If the dust contains less than 1% crystalline SiO2 and contains
asbestos is considered the dust with mostly non-specific effect. For
such dust with mostly unspecific action applies PELc 10 mg.m -3.

Fourth PEL disregarded the possible sensitizing effects and possible content
microorganisms in the dust.
Table. 1 - dust with mostly fibrotic effect a)
------------------------- ------- --------------------------------
substance Pelri (mg.m-3) PELc (mg.m- 3)
respirable fraction of total
(Fr) concentration
Fr = 100% b)
------------------------- ---------------- -----------------------
quartz 0.1 - 0.1 cristobalite
-
tridymite 0.1 -
gamma-alumina 0.1 -
Fr = <5% fr> 5% silica 2.0
10: 10
graphite fr 2,0 10: 10 Fr
dust coal mines c) 2,0 10: 10 Fr coke
2.0 10: 10 Fr
mica 2.0 10 FR 10
talc d) 2,0 10: 10 Fr
other silicates 2.0 10 FR 10
(with the exception of asbestos )
2.0 fireclay 10: 10 Fr
rock powders 2,0 10: 10 Fr
foundry dust 2,0 10: 10 Fr
----------- -------------- ------------------------------------ ---
Legend to table no. 1:
a) the fibrogenic is considered dust, containing more than 1%
fibrogenic component and in animal experiments shows clear
fibrogenic response of the lung tissue.
B) Fr = fibrogenic folder contents in respirable fraction
percentage.
Fibrogenic component - quartz, cristobalite, tridymite, gamma-aluminum oxide
.
C) In the presence of respirable fibers in the dust dimensions must be respected
PEL for asbestos.

Table no. 2 - Money with potential fibrotic effect
---------------------------------- ---------------
substance PELc (mg.m-3)
-------------------- -----------------------------
amorphous SiO2 4.0
welding fumes and) 5.0
bentonite 6.0 -------------------------------------------
------

Explanatory Note to Table no. 2:
a) Valid for solids. Composition of welding fumes
depends on many factors particular welded material, material
which are welded, welding current etc. These circumstances must
be taken into account when assessing the exposure of welding smoke.

Table no. 3 - dust with mostly unspecific action
---------------------------------- ------------------ -----------------
substance PELc (mg.m-3)
-------------------------------------------------- - -----------------

cement barite 10.0 10.0 10.0 fused basalt

dolomite 10.0 || | iron and slitinya) 10.0
aluminum and its oxides (with the exception of gamma Al2O3) 10.0
bituminous coal 10.0 10.0 magnesite

steel slag 10.0 ammonium nitrate 10.0

iron oxides 10.0 10.0

ash dust from artificial abrasive (carborundum, Elektrit) 10.0 10.0
soil dust plaster

soot 10.0 2.0 10.0 siderite


10.0 cinder limestone, marble
blast furnace slag 10.0 10.0

----------------------------------------------- ----- -----------------
explanatory table no. 3
a) If the iron alloys contain a higher proportion of metal to which are
PEL established, then the dust and by PEL
these metals. In compliance with the PEL will be reached when it is observed as
PELc for iron alloy and PEL for individual metals
decisive is yet one whose PEL's lowest.
Alloy metals other than iron are assessed after the dust by
PEL particular metals present in the alloy, is crucial
while the alloy component whose PEL's lowest.

Table no. 4 - dust with mostly irritating effect
---------------------------------- ------------------------ -------------------
PELc substance (mg.m-3)
-------------------------------------- ------------------------ --------------- textile dust
:
cotton 2 , 0

hemp flax 2,0 2,0 2,0

silk synthetic textile
sisal 4,0 6,0 6,0 jute

Animal
feather dust 4,0 6,0

wool coat 6.0
other animal dusts 6.0
Vegetable flour dough

tobacco 4.0 4.0

coffee tea 4,0 green 2,0 2,0

spice dust, grain dust from 6.0

- toxic and significantly sensitized (exotic) 1.0 | || wood)
- hard (carcinogenic and sensitizing woods) b)
2.0 - other (non-carcinogenic and non-sensitizers) 5.0
Other plant trees

money 6.0 Other money exacerbating effect of sodium nitrate dust

6.0 0.5 chromium dust from dust
formaldehyde resins PVC dust 5,0
5.0
dust from sanding dust
tires 3.0 2.0
epoxy resin dust, paper dust
6.0 5.0 polyacrylate resins
powder polyester resins 5.0 || | polyethylene powder 5.0 5.0 polypropylene dust

dust polymeric materials 5.0 5.0

dust polystyrene powder of calcium sulfite 5.0 5.0 fiberglass dust
|| | dust, starch, citric acid, 4,0

4.0 --------------------------------- -------------------- ------------------------
table explanations no. 4:
a) For example: Iroko (chlorophora excelsa), Makor
cherry-mahogany (Tieghemella eckelii) mansonii (mansonii altissima)
Peroba yellow (Paratecoma Peroba) avodiré (Turraenthus || | africanus), lemon (Chloroxylon) Indigbo-limba (Terminalia
avirensis), western red cedar (Thuja plicata), teak (Tectona grandis
).
B) means hardwood timber: birch (Betula)
beech (Fagus), hickory (hickory), oak (Quercus), African ebony
Ceylon and under. (Diospyros), hornbeam (Carpinus)
ash (Fraxinus), maple (Acer), elm (Ulnus)
chestnut (Castanesa), linden (Tilia), alder (Alnus), Walnut Walnut
(Juglans), sycamore (Platanus), plums (Prunus)
poplar (Populus), cherries (Prunus), woody botanical groups
Dalbergia - (Indian rosewood, Brazilian rosewood,
African black wood and below.) Honduran rosewood, meranti
white and red (Shore talurda acurtisii), Wawa (Triplochiton
sclerowylon), African mahogany, Senegalese and under. (Khaya
ivorensis anthoteca), Limba - Parah (Terminalia superba)
coconut wood (brya ebenus), Aiel (Canarian scweinfurtii)
andoung (Monopetalanthus heitzii) tola / Agba
(Gossweilerodendron balsamiferum), Pau Marfim (Balfourodendron
riedelianum).

Table no. 5 - Mineral fiber dusts
----- ------------------------------- ------------------------------- substance PEL

------------------------------------
numerical concentration
(Number of respirable vláken.cm-3)
------------------------------- ------- -----------------------------
asbestos fibers of asbestos 0.1

------------------------------- ---------------- -------------------- ceramic fibers

0.3 ------------------- ------------------------------------ ------------ || | MMMF 1.0
(eg. basalt, glass, slag
)
------------------------- ------------------------------------ ------
mass concentration
(Mg / m3)
------------------------------- ----------- -------------------------
MMMF) 4
(fiber of all sizes)
----- -------------------------- ------------------------ ------------
Explanatory Note to table no. 5:
a) for the artificial mineral fiber must be observed simultaneously
limit values ​​of numerical and mass concentration.
PART B


Sampling method to dust containing asbestos and processing

First Samples are taken in the breathing zone of the employee, ie. Within the hemisphere
enclosing the front face radius of 300 mm, measured from the middle ear
connector.

Second To subscribe, membrane filters (mixed esters or cellulose nitrate
) a diameter of 25 mm and a pore size from 0.8 to 1.2 microns
printed with squares mounted in an open filter holder with a cylindrical extension exceeding
33-44 mm plane filter and defining a circular area having a diameter
least 20 mm. When taking a piece pointing downwards.

Third The sampling workplace air is used portable battery
pump placed on a belt or in a pocket employee. The airflow
set at the beginning subscribe to 1 liter / min +/- 5% and shall be maintained in
within +/- 10% of baseline flow throughout the collection period and
does not fluctuate.

Fourth The sampling time is measured with a tolerance of 2%.

Fifth The optimal number of fibers on the filter should be between 100 to 400 fibers / mm2.
After collection, the whole filter, or a portion thereof placed on a slide,
transparent using the acetone-triacetin method, and covered
cover slip.

6th For the countable fiber uses a binocular microscope equipped:

06.01 lighting by Koehler,

6.2 Abbe or achromatic phase contrast condenser and
independent centering phase rings

6.3 positive phase-contrast achromatic objective
forty increasing the numerical aperture of 0.65 to 0.70 with phase layer in
optical system or device for creating a phase contrast
out of the plane of the lens. The absorption coefficient of the absorbent pads to be
65-85%

6.4 compensatory magnifying eyepieces 12.5 times; at least one of them
must allow the insertion of ocular scale and must be equipped
focus,

6.5 Walton-round Becket measure with a circle defining when
working measuring circular array of diameter 100 microns +/- 2 microns.

7th The microscope must be adjusted according to the manufacturer's instructions and the detection limit
controlled by phase-contrast assay plate.
Control is carried out every day before work.

8th Samples are counted by the following rules:

8.1 countable fiber is any fiber whose length is greater than
5μm, a diameter of less than 3μm, the ratio of length to diameter of at least 3: 1,
8.2
any countable fiber whose both ends are inside
gratikulární surfaces are counted as one fiber of any fiber whose
only one end within the area is calculated half,

8.3 gratikulární areas for counting shall be chosen at random within the exposed surfaces
filter

8/4 fiber bundle, which over its length appear at one or more points
solid and undivided but at other points is divided into separate bundles
(split fiber) is counted as a single
fiber, if its dimensions are countable fiber;
diameter is measured at the same time an undivided part

8.5 in any other bundle of fibers in which individual fibers
touch or intersect, the fibers are counted individually, where they may
sufficiently differentiate so as to determine whether they meet the definition for countable
fiber; if not individual fibers meeting the definition
this distinguished, the bundle is considered to be a countable fiber
when considered as a whole meets the definition počitatelného fiber

8.6 if more than 1/8 of the area covered gratikulární
particles or their union must be selected for counting another area


8.7 counts 100 fibers, and is read at least 20
gratikulárních surfaces or examined 100 gratikulárních surfaces

8.8 average number of fibers per field is calculated by dividing the number of countable fibers
number of detectable fields. Effect of stains
filter and the filter contamination must be limited and must be kept below 3
value of fiber per 100 fields and is assessed by comparison with clean filters.
PART C


Method of measuring and assessing inhalation exposure to chemicals and dust

First To determine the inhalation exposure of the worker at the workplace must be
used where possible personal sampling air
suitable device mounted on the body. Where a group of employees performed
identical or similar tasks at the same place and is similarly exposed,
is considered representative of the whole group, if the procurement takes
to selected employees within that group.

Second Measuring procedure must give inhalation exposure
employees to harmful substances in the working environment representative of the results derived from
time-weighted average concentration of (kp).
Calculating time-weighted average concentration must affect all working operations and
any other activities during working hours. Average concentration
kp means the value calculated from the measured concentrations k1 kunas according to the formula
:
k1 t1 + k2 t2 + ...... + kn tn
kp = ------------------------------
t1 + t2 + tn ..........

Where


K1 - kn = atmospheric concentrations obtained by individual donations (measurements)

T1 - tn = duration of individual donations (measurement).

Third Sampling and measurements at fixed points (stationary) is
may be used if the results make it possible to determine the degree
inhalation exposure in the workplace. Samples must be taken
height breathing zone and in the immediate vicinity of workers.

Fourth Measurement procedure must correspond to the substance to be measured, its
limit values ​​(PEL NPK-P) and the composition of the working environment.

Fifth The result must be sufficiently reliable with respect to the limit values ​​
substances and quoted in the same units.

6th If the measurement method is not specific for the substance, must be
a measured value related to the substance to be evaluated.

7th The limits of quantification must be at least one quarter of the PEL.

8th It must be ensured accuracy of the measuring procedure. In the method must be
ensure the overall accuracy of the corresponding estimate of the relative error of +/- 25%.

9th For the measurement to be used in procedures, verified under practical conditions.

Rating inhalation exposure

First If the workplace atmosphere can not be ruled
presence of one or more agents in gaseous form or as an aerosol, it must
evaluate their concentration and find out all the facts that may be relevant
exposure:

A) substances used or produced,

B) technical equipment and technological operations and

C) the temporal and spatial distribution of concentrations of substances.

Second Limit values ​​for chemicals or dust in the working environment is respected
if the assessment shows that it airborne concentrations
breathing zone does not. If the evidence is insufficient to
qualified assessment of whether the limit values ​​are respected must be done
further investigation and measurement.

Third If the evaluation shows that:

A) limit values ​​are not respected, it must be ascertained reasons for which were
limit value is exceeded and must be implemented as quickly as possible
appropriate measures to remedy the situation and evaluation must
repeat

B) limit values ​​are complied with, it must be necessary at regular intervals
perform subsequent measurements, to confirm that the current
situation persists; The more the resulting figure is the limit value, the more
measurements must be performed or that

C) there is currently substantial changes in the conditions of the workplace,
which would be likely to lead to a change of workers' exposure can be reduced
frequency of checks compliance with the limit values ​​of variables;
in such cases, however, must be periodically inspected for evaluation
leading to that conclusion is still applicable.

Fourth If workers are exposed simultaneously or sequentially over

One substance, this fact must be taken into account when assessing
health risks they face.
Part D


Measurement of inhalable and respirable fraction of airborne dust

For the evaluation of exposure to dust principles set out in Part C of these supplements
:

Method and technique of sampling and determining the concentrations of fractions of airborne dust
inhalable and respirable fraction of the workplace atmosphere by
accepted conventions in EN 481 gravimetry. Measurement strategy, selection
suitable measuring progress and reporting results according to EN 482 and EN
689th

Test principle

Essence of the method is a blow-through device with a filter on which
a fraction of airborne dust collected quantitatively.
Sucked air is usually provided with electronic pump unit
flow control, respectively. other way (venturi
connected to a compressed air source, the rotation of the dish with filter, etc.).

Input device may be a cyclone, impactor, elutriator, respectively.
another device that captures particles odlučovaných dust fraction
should conform to agreed conventions set out in EN 481. (
In this sense it is possible to use equipment that meets the requirements
Johannesburg Convention).

Scope of application testing

It's the difference between an upper limit of quantification and detection limits
mass of dust collected on the filter. Scope of application testing depends on the time
sampling, analytical balances, sensitivity, filter type and the type of dust.

The detection limit is the smallest statistically significant difference in weight, which
can be calculated from the weight of filter dust collected and mass
clean filter. Is it possible to estimate the mass re-weighted
blanks as follows:

XD = x0 + x0 k.s0 where the average weight difference blanks before
exposure and post-exposure

K is a constant recommended value 3

S0 is the average standard deviation of the weight of the blind samples before and after
exposure (see. Chapter validated)

Upper limit of quantification of airborne dust is the greatest mass
collected dust in the event that there is no sloughing
dust particles from the filter. It depends on the maximum load of the filter (for
membrane filter is about 15-20 mg, in some fiber filters
to 80 mg, for PUF filters depends on the filter size and pore).

Sampling, preservation and transportation of samples

Dust sample is obtained by passing investigated
air sampling apparatus. Before sampling is recommended to check for leaks
apparatus. The flow rate, which must be respected throughout
taking the prescribed limits (max. +/- 5% of the nominal flow rate
) varies depending on the type of reception equipment. For
personal sampling pump apparatus with a nominal value ranges
flow rate in the range 1-3.5 liters / min., With the personal samplers
(sampler) which is sucked based on a different principle than the
u + pump assembly extraction head or more, e.g. 10 liters / minute. For
stationary apparatus 50 liters / min. Simultaneously with real samples
be transported blank samples, i.e. samples, which is handled entirely similarly
with real samples, except sucked air mass
these filters. It is recommended that the number of 1-4, respectively. the number of blind samples
adapt to a higher number of sampled sites.

Sample of dust is stored and transported in a sampling head respectively.
filters are exposed in the sleeves, trays or otherwise fixed by type
of the apparatus moves to transport containers or boxes.
In the laboratory, the filters are placed in Petri dishes in the desiccator until the next
processing. Time archiving exposed filter is given at least
date of issue of the test report Testing laboratories should not be subjected to further filter
destructive testing.
General sampling procedures and preservation of samples must respect the instructions for use of a particular
reception equipment manufacturer, if not contrary to any point
standard methods.

Standards, reference materials

The weight of the weight range <1000 mg, preferably corresponding to the weight weighted
filters.

Instruments and equipment

First Complete sampling head (equipped with a selector separating fraction of airborne dust
matching conventions according to EN 481), made from
material, which guarantees that it will not affect the determination of the concentration

Dust filter or the subsequent analysis (determination of the content of metals, organic substances, etc.
.).

Second Pumping unit - pump to ensure compliance with the values ​​
desired nominal flow rate for sampling with a maximum deviation of +/- 5%
, a pump with electronically controlled the flow or pump
with limiting nozzle (flow control is only possible when || | equipment vacuum gauge systems, ie via vacuum levels,
under which must not fall if it is to flow through the gradual clogging of the filter
decrease only in the permitted deviation) or others with MI
pump function or automatic breaker running a
record the length of time taken (in accordance with the requirements of DIN EN 1232 - Air
at the workplace. pumps for personal sampling of chemical agents -
requirements and test methods CSN EN 12912 - workplace atmospheres. || | Pumps for sampling chemicals volumetric flow rate above 5
l / min - Requirements and test methods).

Third Timing device suitable type and extent, such as a stopwatch.

Fourth Hose adequate diameter and material, guaranteeing stability
internal cross-section in the vacuum (or overpressure) regime at
subscribed sucked air mass, sufficient heat resistance (rubber, PU, ​​PVC, etc.
.)

Fifth Holders filters.

6th Supporting plates for supporting the filter.

7th Flowmeter desired range of flow rates and such
accuracy of its measurements to be able reliably to control the fluctuation range
required +/- 5%, flow rate, or dry or wet
gas meter having the same characteristics.

8th Tripod and other equipment for the installation of stationary sampling
equipment at a height corresponding to the height breathing zone exposed
employees (with respect to its working position).

9th Accessories for personal consumption (belt, bag, depending on the type and arrangement of instruments
).

10th Desiccator with a saturated K2CO3 solution to maintain a constant
relative humidity 44%.

11th Analytical balance with a sensitivity of 10 grams or more.

12th Petri dish or another device for transporting and storing
filters.

13th Tweezers with flat end for manipulating the filters in the laboratory.

14th Forms for entries in the field and stationery.

15th Thermometer, hygrometer, barometer for measuring values ​​during calibration
(justaci) sampling assemblies in laboratory conditions and sampling
workplace atmosphere.
Filters


Select the type of filter, the user must adapt to the conditions of sampling
(eg. Climatic conditions) and the eventual need for subsequent analysis
collected material. It is necessary to consider the properties of the filters, as a kind
material impurities, diameter and thickness of the filter intended for a given
sampling head, surface texture filter porosity (e.g.
average fiber thickness and the basis weight for the fibrous filters )
pore size (e.g. by membrane filtration) resistance to suction.

Membrane filters (inhalable pore size <2.5 microns for
respirable fraction of pore size <1.5 microns), e.g. a mixture of cellulose ester, cellulose nitrate
, cellulose acetate, cellulose, polycarbonate, polyamide,
polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE). Suitable for all kinds of dust except
powders whose particles have a low specific weight (e.g. wood dust
). Most of them are not suitable (except PTFE) for collecting dust
in environments with higher concentrations of organic solvents.

Fibrous filters (porosity varies significantly among different types of materials
for quartz filters are requirements about - fiber diameter <1.0 micrometre filter
thickness> 400 microns and a weight per unit area of> 5 mg / cm2) - glass, quartz
(quartz), AFPC. Suitable for all types of dust, including dust,
whose particles have low density. These filters generally have a higher resistance
entrapped material.

Polyurethane foam (species supplied by the manufacturer to receiving equipment).
Unless the manufacturer instructions for the further processing of the filter
is not a good option in case of performing further analyzes
collected dust in an environment with higher concentrations of organic solvents.
The test procedure


The test procedure involves determining the mass concentration
inhalable and / or respirable fraction, respectively.
other fractions of airborne dust in the working environment personal or stationary sampling
apparatus. Determination consists of preparatory work in the laboratory,

Own collection, sample processing and calculating the concentration of dust.

Concentration of the fraction is calculated according to the formula

C = m / V
Where


C - concentration fraction (mg / m3)

M - total weight of dust (mg)

V - sample volume (m3)

The total mass of the dust is calculated from the weight difference of the filter before and after sampling
(exposure) by the formula

M = W2 - W1,
Where


W1 - weight of the filter before collection (mg)

N 2- filter weight after sampling (mg)

Same manner to carry out calculations for blank samples (see chapter -
validation).

The volume of the air sample is determined by measuring the volume of expired air or
calculated by multiplying the average flow rate and sampling time according to the formula

V = Q. t
Where


Q - minute flow of the tapping device (m3 / min)

T - sampling time (min).

Q is determined according to the manufacturer device (arithmetic mean
flow rate at the beginning and end of the sampling, the nominal flow
pump with limiting nozzle, Venturi tube).

Conversion to standard conditions shall be carried out when failing
when measured using calibrated meter under standard conditions.
Under standard conditions considered T = 20 ° C and p = 101,3kPa).

In the case where the flow meter is situated in the collection assembly under
sampling head downstream prosávaných air mass (e.g. if the
measuring flow rotameter used as part of the pump), the calculation
removed volume correction is necessary for the pressure and temperature conditions during
justaci assemblies, for example according to the formula:

V = Q. t. (Pkal. Todb / under selling. Weaved) 1/2,
Where


Q - volumetric flow rate of the tapping device (m3 / min)

T - sampling time (min)

Pkal - pressure during the calibration of the pump (kPa), pressure gauge ranked among
pump unit and the sampling head

Todb - temperature during calibration (° C)

Under selling pressure - the bleed air (kPa)

Spun - bleed air temperature (° C)

A) Determination of the mass concentration of inhalable dust personal sampling apparatus


A device is compliant with the sampling head
convention for inhalable fraction according to EN 481.
Preparatory work


Visual status check sampling devices, check battery
pumps, hoses,
The conditioning filters


Before sampling filter must be conditioned at a constant
relative humidity and a constant temperature of at least 24 hours.
Is recommended to make the best accuracy ambient temperature ranged
15-30 ° C and was kept within +/- 3 ° C, relative humidity
range of 20-45% +/- 5%. After sampling filters shall be conditioned
under the same conditions as before collection. The filters must be
desiccator during conditioning stored in open transmission
devices, e.g. Petri dishes. Desiccator must be placed as close as possible
analytical balance to the time that the filter is exposed to different humidity
, abbreviated to a minimum. For the same reason, it is appropriate to put in the cabinet
scales small beaker with a saturated solution of K2CO3. If the lab
available balance room with controlled humidity
heat conditions sufficient for conditioning filters fit in this room in
empty desiccator or under the protective cover.

Checking the correct operation of analytical balances - prior to weighing each series
filters be weighed weights <1000mg, preferably
corresponding mass-weighted filters Deviation from declared value
must be smaller than in the laboratory calculated
uncertainty of calibration uncertainty of weights and scales calibration uncertainty.
If you suspect that a change in conditions weighing (temperature, vibration, mechanical shock
etc.), It is necessary to recalibrate the instrument.
Dear clean filters


Filters must be weighed within 1 minute after removal from the desiccator to
their weight changed due to different ambient humidity. Desiccator with
must close after each removal filter. After calibration of analytical balances with
filters without support and backing plates weighed. The filters shall be kept
in the laboratory in a clean petri dish. Handling only happens
forceps with flat jaws, without touching the exposed area of ​​the filter
its edge. Weighing filters with sleeves is possible in special
sampling device according to manufacturers' specifications.

Assembly sampling head


Filter and support plate to sleeve inserted immediately after considering sleeve
is stored in the transport packaging respectively. They are installed directly into the sampling
warheads.

Field sampling

A) Assemble the sampling equipment - pumps, tubing, sampling heads
filter attached to the dust-exposed workers working
air into the breathing zone according to the relevant Czech technical standard DIN EN
1540th

B) Adjust the desired flow pump assembly justací (
flow meter or other device)

C) Note the start time of sampling, flow rate at the beginning
measurement respectively. Different parameters of relevance for the flow measurement.

D) After sampling the recorded end time sampling, flow rate at the end
measurement respectively. other. The filter in the sleeve is removed from
sampling head and placed into a transport container.

Sample processing in the laboratory

A) Before weighing the filter after the sample is conditioned
under the same conditions as before collection. Requirements for Weighing exposed
filters are the same as weighting clean filters.

B) Calculation of dust concentration is above.

C) Any work or tampering with the device must be in accordance with the procedure laid down
equipment manufacturer.

B) Determination of the mass concentration of respirable fraction (by
accepted conventions), personal dust sampling apparatus.

Respirable fraction is collected in case of the dust with predominantly
fibrotic effect. Determination of other factions can be justified when
research and special tasks.

A device is compliant with the sampling head
convention for respirable, respectively. another fraction in accordance with the relevant Czech technical standard EN 481.


Entire procedure is identical as for the respirable fraction that some
devices enable determination of inhalable, respirable respectively.
other factions at the same time (taking only the sampling head). In this case, not only
performs weighting filter to determine the concentration of respirable
fraction, but also of the other weighing units captured dust.
Respirable fraction is then the sum of all shares of the captured dust.

C) Determination of the mass concentration of inhalable and respirable dust fraction
stationary sampling apparatus

Procedure is identical as for determining the concentration of said fractions
respirable personal sampling apparatus. The difference is only sampling
sample in the field, which after assembling the sampling apparatus is placed on the
a reference point at the workplace level of respiratory zone does not secure the
employees. The reference points are intended sites for static sampling
samples that represent the presence and movement of employees.

D) Requirements for metrological traceability:

Metrological traceability is regulated by laws and implementing regulations
amended.

Time intervals following metrological traceability (calibration)
are governed by special legislation for measuring instruments, in case
not provided a calibration laboratory appropriate intervals determined by itself.

Flow rate in the pump assembly-sampling head is measured always
least before and after each sampling flow, or indirectly meter
other variables involving assembly (see Scheme most common applications)
according to manufacturer's recommendations as follows :

Direction of air flow

Explanation:

Pumping unit (the wiring sucks) --- sampling head fitted
filter (used only for calibration of the same type as that used for sampling
) --- meter. Other connections may cause inaccurate
set the correct flow rate sampling apparatus! (See
correction for pressure and temperature conditions at justaci system).
Expression of results


Results dust concentrations are expressed in mg / m3. Uncertainty result
expressed in% of income or the unit mg / m3.
Rounding results


Results are rounded to 1 decimal place.

Method validation, stability control tests

The following names are used by the relevant parameters
Czech technical standard ISO 3534-1.

To validate the method, the laboratory must verify níásledující
parameters for specific conditions and used laboratory and sampling technique:

Calibration range: with the flow is the difference between the highest and lowest values ​​
calibration curve. The working range of flow meter must be respected

Nominal flow warheads sampling apparatus. Working range
weight gauges must satisfy the condition below the lower limit of capacity scales
than the mass of a clean filter.

Calibration uncertainty: it expresses errors in calibration or use
measuring equipment (flow meters, scales, gas etc.).
It is usually expressed as an expanded combined standard uncertainty or
confidence interval. In the flow meter may not be worse than +/- 5% of the value
flow that are required for the stability of the flow of pumping units,
in practice it moves to +/- 3%. They use a balance with a sensitivity of 0.01 mg
or better.

Limit of detection (LOD) can be estimated by calculating the repeated measurements
blind trials (for the type of filter). Recommended for use
calculating sets of at least 10 measured weight differences blanks
(clean filter) before and after exposure (ie, the exposure of the filter
same conditions as unknown samples, with the exception that the blank samples || | not sucked air containing particulate matter).

The detection limit applies in case of requirement compliance conformity in its entirety
calibration and calculated in the same manner as the limit of detection
by applying a coefficient k = 10th

In accordance with the test procedure is performed blind weighting filters at each
series samples. The results are plotted in a control chart, where
preparatory phase is plotted at least 10 identified differences in weight (before and after exposure
). If then there is the blank exceeded regulatory limits
(+/- 3s0) must be results in this series will be void.

Conformity expresses the presence and size of random errors, ie.
Variability particular steps when dust measurements (weighing
flow measurement, etc.). It serves as the default parameter (expressed as a standard deviation
) to estimate the uncertainty of the outcome.

Bias (accuracy) bias method can be evaluated only in defined
laboratory conditions while ensuring reference aerosol concentrations.

Specificity is estimated based on knowledge of the principles and methods
experiments, which can reveal the extent of disturbance
interfering with the measured factor. Measuring the concentration of dust is nonspecific
method in case of a liquid aerosol measurement
depends capture liquid particles on the filter (or solid particles on which
the liquid can bind) the vapor pressure of the liquid substance.

Uncertainty of the results is a parameter associated with the result of measurement
characterizing the dispersion of the values ​​reasonably be attributed to the results.
Uncertainty of the results can be estimated as an expanded combined standard uncertainty
pursuant to the propagation of uncertainty. It is a summary
uncertainties of all variables that enter into the process multiplied
extension.

When calculating the combined standard uncertainty of the result
significantly contributes to the outcome of the following components:

A) the uncertainty introduced calibration of measuring instruments - takes over from data on uncertainty
calibration

B) sampling - account seems to influence the direction / speed of airflow, humidity when
subscription agreement during the separation of individual fractions of dust
the tapping device with conventional functions

C) the influence of experimental conditions on the test method -
environmental influences during weighing and justaci flow

D) the characteristics and condition of the subject tests, interference -
distribution of aerosol particles, the impact of possible electrostatic charge weighted filter
of the total weight,

E) other factors - operator error, approximations, assumptions
part of the test method.

Expanded combined standard uncertainty of the result is calculated by the formula


U (p, q, r, -) = k. (Up2 + uq2 UR2 + + -) 2.1
Where


K - coefficient of expansion,

Up - sub standard uncertainty parameter p

UQ - sub standard uncertainty parameter q

Ur - sub standard uncertainty parameter r.
Appendix 4


Exhaustive list of activities where there may be exposure to lead

First Handling concentrates lead.

Second Melting and refining of lead and zinc (primary and secondary).

Third Manufacturing spray arsenate of lead and manipulation.

Fourth Production of lead oxide.

Fifth Production of other lead compounds (including that part of the production of alkyl lead compounds
where this production involves exposing employees to the metallic
lead and its ionic compounds).


6th Manufacture of paints, enamels, paints and sealants containing lead.

7th Manufacture of batteries and their regeneration (to the extent that it is used or is present
lead).

8th Handicraft and art work in tin and lead.

9th Production of lead solder.

10th Manufacturing lead ammunition.

11th Manufacture of articles made of lead or of lead alloys.

12th Use of paints, enamels, mastics and colors containing lead
.

13th Production of ceramics and pottery (to the extent that it is used or is present
lead).

14th Production and work with crystal glass.

15th Plastics industry using lead additives.

16th Frequent use of lead solder in an enclosed space.

17th Printing work involving the use of lead.

18th Removal of buildings or parts thereof, in particular as regards
stripping, burning and flame cutting materials coated with coating
material containing lead and breaking devices (such as ovens lead)
the extent to which it is used or lead is present.

19th Use of lead ammunition in an enclosed space.

20th Manufacture and repair of automobiles (the extent to which it is used or is present
lead).

21st Manufacture of leaded steel.

22nd Tempering steel lead.

23rd Painting with lead.

24th Regeneration of lead and metallic residues containing lead.
Appendix 5


Physical stress, its hygienic limits and procedure for their determination
PART
A

Permissible hygienic limits and average energy expenditure when using
overall physical stress

Table. 1
---------------------------------------- ------------------
Energy expenditure Drives Men Women
--------------------- ------------------------------------- Shift
average of 6.8 MJ 4.5 | || Shift permissible MJ 8 5.4

Annual average 1600 1060 MJ
Minute permissible kJ.min-1 34.5 23.7
W 575 395 --------------------------------------------
--------------

Table. 2

Boys -------------------------------------------
------------------
Energy Holdings age group dispensing

15-16 16-17 17-18
-------------------------------------- -----------------------
Shift MJ 5,9 6,9 7,9

Shift average of 6.2 MJ 7 3 8.5 permissible


Annual average MJ 1390 1620 1860
Minute kJ.min-1 26.4 30 32.4
permissible W 440,500,540 --------------
-----------------------------------------------

Table. 3

Girls -------------------------------------------
------------------
Energy Holdings age group

dispensing ------------------ -------------------------------------------
15-16 16-17 17-18
Shift MJ 3,7 3,8 4,8 average

Shift 4.4 4.6 5.0 MJ permissible


Annual average MJ 870 890 1130
Minute kJ.min-1 20.9 22.2 22.5
permissible W 350,370,375 ------------
------------------------------------------------- | ||

Exposure guideline values ​​for
heart rate while working with the overall physical stress
Table no. 4
------------------------ ------------------------------------- Average
a) 102
Maximum allowable b ) 110
Increase above baseline c) ----------------------------------- 28
--------------------------
Legend to table no. 4:
a) the value to the assessment findings during the examination group | || persons, if not determined whether the default
heart rate.
B) value that can be examined person
still viable in the long term, if not exceeded value.
increase in heart rate above baseline (resting) value.
C) the maximum value of the increase in heart rate above
default value, which in healthy individuals
viable in the long term.



Permissible occupational exposure limits for the average shift time-weighted value% Fmax
Table no. 5

----------------------------------------------- ----------------- ------------------------
Allowable values ​​Fmax% for men and women at work with a predominance:
--------------------------------- -------------------------------------- ------------ -----

Mostly dynamic components mostly static component
-------------------------------------- --------------------------------- -----------------
Celosměnově average Celosměnově average
---------------------------------------- ------------------------------- ----------------- || | 30 10 ---------------------------------------------
-------------------------- -----------------

Explanatory Note to Table no. 5:
F max (maximal muscle strength) is the force that is able to achieve
staff person at maximum volitional efforts made by specific muscle groups in a defined
working position.
Static component means the load without movement during muscle contraction in the length trvání3
seconds or more, or as a burden associated with the movement of muscle structure without rest days.
Predominance static work means that static acts are performed in an average eight-hour shift
for more than 4 hours.

Average occupational exposure limits for innings and minute counts
movements of the hand and forearm for an average eight-hour shift
Table. 6


----------------------------------------------- ------------------------
Fmax% Average number Average number of minutes of
movements for the average movements per average
eight hour shift eight hour shift -------------------------------------------
----------------------------
7 27 600 58
8 24 300 51
9 21 800 44
10 19 800 41
11 18 100 37
12 16 700 34
13 15 500 32
14 14 400 29
15 13 500 29
16 12 700 26
17 12 000 25
18 11 400 24
19 10 900 23
20 10 400 22
21 10 000 21
22 9600 20
23 9300 19
24 9000 19
25 8700 18
26 8400 18
27 8100 17
28 7800 17
29 7500 16
30 7200 15
31 6900 15
32 6600 14
33 6300 14
34 6000 13
35 5800 12
36 5600 12
37 5400 11
38 5200 11
39 5000 10
40 4800 10
41 4600 10
42 4400 9
43 4200 9
44 4000 9
45 3800 8
46 3600 8
47 3400 7
48 3200 7
49 3000 7
50 2700 7
51 2400 7
52 2100 7
53 1800 7th
------------------------------------------ -----------------------------

PART B


Measurement and evaluation of local muscular load

Measurement local muscular load

First Measurement strokes, pressure levers, handles and other drivers and mass
loads, working tools, instruments held by simple
gauges such as the coiner, torque wrenches, dynamometers, scales, strain gauges
simple without continuous recording time.
Method is useful for simple work.

Second Measurements using strain gauge apparatus with continuous recording time
. Method for precise measurement of muscle force.

Third Methods of points 1 and 2 are based on the measurement of the absolute values ​​of
expended muscle strength and the subsequent conversion, in which the values ​​of
compared expended muscle forces with subtracted
(spreadsheet) or measured maximum muscle strength,
corrected for age and gender (% Fmax).

Fourth Method integrated electromyography, the accuracy at which the at
staff monitored response function neuromuscular system, respectively.
Scanned electrophysiological potentials examined muscle groups.

Fifth To assess local muscular load must be more
assessment criteria in relation to one another, especially overdone,
bias and ongoing basis. Over the long term can be considered for
damage which excludes injury mechanism. criteria

Bias and excessive size are always assessed in the context of a mutual
indicate the ratio of forces spent their time during
terms of burdens of the same anatomical structures.

6th Exuberance and one-sidedness is assessed mainly by

A) the size of muscle strength,

B) the duration for which a given force is applied during the working movement, act
operations

C) working posture, limb position and range of motion in the spending
muscle strength in a particular direction,

D) the substitution of labor movements in working operations, the operations of
view of the load of the same or different muscle groups

E) the substitution of working operations during business hours event.v
month during the year.

F) repetition rate movements involving working the same muscle groups during
time units working hours.

Ratings local muscular load

First The analysis of working conditions include in particular:

A) a description of the work to the monitoring of temporal factors work

B) regime of work and rest in the course of the work (especially for seasonal work
)

C) analysis of the mode of operation within the working operations, the duration of operations
rest periods

D) the fulfillment of performance standards, work with great impact strength load,

E) evaluation of the load muscle small muscle groups
overall load,

F) identification of the impact of work with great strength load,

G) adopts a non-physiological operating positions

H) handling the plane and space motion,

I) placement of machine controls or technical equipment

J) used work tools,

K) manipulated material.

Second Evaluation of the local muscle load must always include information that

A) during the period of service does not exceed the short-term muscle strength
limit values ​​(in% of maximum muscle strength, Fmax%)

B) the value celosměnového time-weighted average spent
muscle force does not exceed the thresholds

C) celosměnová rate movements in the average eight-hour shift in
depending on the average weighted value of the shift time spent
muscle force exceeds a given limit.
PART C

Evaluation of working postures


First When evaluating the body position is based on the position of the spinal outgrowth
seventh cervical vertebra and the top edge of the greater trochanter, which
define the neutral position. The angles for the evaluation of the position of the hull are then
relative to the vertical plane. The angle between the plane through the fuselage
neutral position and a vertical plane is 4 st.

Second When evaluating the position of the head and neck are based either on the viewing angle (at a position
hull neutral), i.e. of the size of the angle below the horizontal plane
lugs, or the size of the angle of inclination of the head and neck for vertical
plane.

Third When evaluating the upper limb is based on two points on the upper limb
ie. The outer portion of the clavicle and elbow. Vzpažení
upper extremity is defined as the angle formed by the limb
working position relative to the neutral position of the arm.
Neutral position is a position of the limb dangling at your sides.

Figure. 1
BODY





----------------------------------- ------------ ------------------------------------------------- | || STEP 1:
----------------------------------- ------- -------------------------------------------------- ----
UNACCEPTABLE POSITION
---------- ----------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- -
Static Bending forward fuselage greater than 60 st.
Position hull, lean at a frequency greater or rovné2 / min.
Reclines without the support of the entire body.
Distinctive slant or rotation of the hull more than 20 st.
----------------------------------- ------------ ------------------------------------------------- | || Dynamic Bending forward fuselage larger than 60 degrees at a frequency pohybůvětší
position or equal to 2 / min.
Significant hull bows torso rotation or greater than 20 degrees at the frequency
movements is greater than or equal to 2 / min.
----------------------------------- ------------ ------------------------------------------------- | || CONDITIONALLY ACCEPTABLE LOCATION
----------------------------------- --------- -------------------------------------------------- -
Bend the trunk 40-60 st without the support trunk (STEP 2 A).

Static Act hull with a support body (STEP 2 B).
Position of significant slant or spin 10 st larger and smaller than 20 st.
----------------------------------- ------------ ------------------------------------------------- | || Dynamic Bending forward fuselage larger than 60 degrees at a frequency pohybůmenší
position than 2 / min (step 2c).
Significant inclination of the hull into a ratio greater than 20 degrees at the frequency
movements less than 2 / minute. (STEP 2 A).
Lumbar extension movements at a frequency of less than 2 / min (step 2c).
----------------------------------- ------------ ------------------------------------------------- | || STEP 2: A) An acceptable if the holding period in this position is shorter
than the maximum acceptable hold time (in minutes).
B) Acceptable if the support trunk (back support).
C) Unacceptable when the machine is used after dobudelší
than half of the work shift.
----------------------------------- ------------ ------------------------------------------------- | ||
Figure no. 2



TITLE - KRK ----------------------------------- ------
-------------------------------------------------- -----
STEP 1:
----------------------------------- - -------------------------------------------------- ----------
UNACCEPTABLE POSITION
---------- ----------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- -
Static Bending forward head more than 25 degrees without the support trunk.
Position Tilt your head without the support of the head.
Inclination and rotation of the head more than 15 st.
----------------------------------- ------------ ------------------------------------------------- | || dynamic inclination and rotation of the head more than 15 degrees with a frequency greater movements
position or equal to 2 / min.
Bend the head more than 25 degrees at a frequency greater movements
or equal to 2 / min.
Tilt your head movements with a frequency greater than or equal to 2 / min.
----------------------------------- ------------ ------------------------------------------------- | || CONDITIONALLY ACCEPTABLE LOCATION
----------------------------------- --------- -------------------------------------------------- -
Static Bending forward heads 25-40 st, with the support of the whole body (STEP 2 A).

Position ----------------------------------- -------- -------------------------------------------------- ---
Bend heads 25-40 AC at a frequency of movements less than 2
Dynamic / minute (STEP 2 B).
Position Tilt your head to 15 degrees at a frequency of less than 2 movements / min (STEP 2 B).
Bows and head rotation to 15 degrees with a frequency of less than 2 / minute (STEP 2 B).
----------------------------------- ------------ ------------------------------------------------- | || STEP 2: A) Comply with the maximum acceptable hold time.
B) is unacceptable if the machine is used for more than half
work shift.
----------------------------------- ------------ ------------------------------------------------- | ||
Figure no. 3




Upper limb ----------------------------------- ------- --------------------------------------------------
---- STEP 1:
----------------------------------- - -------------------------------------------------- ---------
UNACCEPTABLE POSITION
---------- ----------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- -
Static unsuitable arm position (backward bending arms extreme external rotation
arm position, arm raised).
Vzpažení arm more than 60 st.
The extreme positions of the joints of the upper extremities, whose scope is approaching
maximum range.
----------------------------------- ------------ ------------------------------------------------- | || Vzpažení arm greater than 60 degrees at a frequency of movement greater than or equal to 2
Dynamic / min.
Position lagged at a frequency of motion greater than or equal to 2 / min.
The positions of the joints in a range that approximates the maximum spread
with a frequency of movement greater than or equal to 2 / min.
----------------------------------- ------------ ------------------------------------------------- | || CONDITIONALLY ACCEPTABLE LOCATION
----------------------------------- --------- -------------------------------------------------- -
Static Vzpažení arms 40-60 st, when the arm is not supported (STEP 2 A).


Position ----------------------------------- -------- -------------------------------------------------- ---

Vzpažení arms 40-60 AC at a frequency greater than or equal movements
Dynamic 2 / minute (STEP 2 A).
Lagged position at a frequency of movement is smaller than 2 / min (STEP2 B).
The positions of the joints in a range that approximates the maximum spread
with a frequency of movement is smaller than 2 / minute.
----------------------------------- ------------ ------------------------------------------------- | || STEP 2: A) Comply with the maximum acceptable hold time.
B) is unacceptable if the machine is used for delšínež
half of the shift.
----------------------------------- ------------ ------------------------------------------------- | ||
. Figure 4


LOWER LIMB

----------------------------------- ------------ ------------------------------------------------- | || STEP 1:
----------------------------------- ------- -------------------------------------------------- ----
UNACCEPTABLE POSITION
---------- ----------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- -
Static extreme flexion of the knee, extreme dorsal / plantar flexion of the ankle.
Position of the extreme positions of the joints of the lower limbs, whose scope is approaching
maximum range (eg. extreme flexion of the knee, extreme
dorsal and plantar flexion of the ankle, internal or external rotation of the joints of the lower limbs).
The extreme positions of the joints of the lower limbs, whose scope is approaching
maximum range.
Improper positioning of the lower extremities (knee flexion extreme, extreme
dorsal and plantar flexion of the ankle, internal or external rotation
lower extremity joints).
----------------------------------- ------------ ------------------------------------------------- | || The positions of the joints in a range that approximates the maximum spread
dynamic movements with a frequency greater than or equal to 2 / min.
Position of the inner and outer rotation and lower limbs associated
with a frequency of movement greater than or equal to 2 / min.
Internal and external rotation and lower limbs associated
with a frequency of movement greater than or equal to 2 / min.
----------------------------------- ------------ ------------------------------------------------- | || CONDITIONALLY ACCEPTABLE POSITIONS
----------------------------------- --------- -------------------------------------------------- -
The positions of the joints in a range that approximates maximálnímurozpětí
dynamic movements with a frequency of less than 2 / minute (STEP 2).
Position of the inner and outer rotation and lower limbs associated
with a frequency of movement greater than or equal to 2 / min.
Internal and external rotation and joints associated with the frequency of movements
less than 2 / minute.
----------------------------------- ------------ ------------------------------------------------- | || STEP 2: unacceptable, if the machine is used for longer than 4 hours.
----------------------------------- ------------ ------------------------------------------------- | ||
Other body parts

----------------------------------- ------------ ------------------------------------------------- | || STEP 1:
----------------------------------- ------- -------------------------------------------------- ----
UNACCEPTABLE POSITION
---------- ----------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- -
Static position of the extreme positions of the joints
----------------------------------- --- -------------------------------------------------- --------
Dynamic joint position in a range that approximates the maximum spread
position motions with a frequency greater than or equal to 2 / min.
----------------------------------- ------------ ------------------------------------------------- | || CONDITIONALLY ACCEPTABLE POSITIONS
----------------------------------- --------- -------------------------------------------------- - Work
Static position lying down, kneeling, squatting (STEP 2) ----------------------------
------- ------------------------------------------- ------------------
Dynamic joint position in a range that approximates maximálnímurozpětí
position motions with a frequency of less than 2 / minute (STEP 2).

----------------------------------- ------------ ------------------------------------------------- | || STEP 2: unacceptable, if the machine is used for longer than 4 hours.
----------------------------------- ------------ ------------------------------------------------- | ||
Explanation:
static work position means the position maintained by more than 4 seconds according to EN 1005-4 + A1.
Annex 6



Canceled Annex 7


Biological agents and their inclusion in groups, and marking requirements for workplace

PART
A

List of biological agents and their inclusion in groups 2, 3 or 4

----------------------------------------------- ------- --------------------------------------- Biological
factor Group -------------------------------------------- Note
---------- --------------------------------------- | Bacteria
|| -------------------------------------------- ---------- --------------------------------------- | Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans || 2
(Haemophilus actinomycetemcomitans)
----------------------------------- ------------------- ------------------------------- --------
Actinomadura Madurai 2
--------------------------------- --------------------- -----------------------------
----------
Actinomadura Pelletier 2 ------------------------------- ----------------------- --------------------------- ------------
Actinomyces gerencseriae 2
----------------------------- ------------------------- ------------------------- --------------

Actinomyces Israelite 2 --------------------------- --------------------------- ----------------------- ----------------

Actinomyces pyogenes 2 ------------------------- ----------------------------- --------------------- ------------------
Actinomyces spp. 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Arcanobacterium haemolyticum (Corynebacterium haemolyticum) 2 ----------------------------------------
-------------- ------------------------------------ ---
Bacteroides fragilis 2
-------------------------------------- ---------------- ---------------------------------- -----

Bartonella bacilliformis 2 ------------------------------------ -------------------------------- ------------------ -------
Bartonella (Rochalimea) spp 2
------------------------------- ----------------------- --------------------------- ------------
Bordetella bronchiseptica 2
----------------------------- ------------------------- ------------------------- --------------

Bordetella parapertussis 2 --------------------------- --------------------------- ----------------------- ----------------
Bordetella pertussis 2
------------------------ ------------------------------ -------------------- ------------------- Borrelia burgdorferi

2 ---------------------- -------------------------------- ------------------ ---------------------

Borrelia duttonni 2 -------------------- ---------------------------------- ---------------- -----------------------
Borrelia Recurrent Nerve 2
------------------ ------------------------------------ -------------- -------------------------
Borrelia spp. 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Campylobacter fetus 2
-------------------------------------------- ---------- --------------------------------------- | Campylobacter jejuni || 2
------------------------------------------ -------------------------------------- ------------ -
Campylobacter spp. 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Cardiobacterium hominis 2
-------------------------------------------- ---------- --------------------------------------- | || Clostridium botulinum 2 T
----------------------------------------- ------------- ------------------------------------- - Clostridium perfringens

2 --------------------------------------- --------------- ----------------------------------- ----
Clostridium spp. 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Clostridium tetani 2 T, V

----------------------------------------------- ------- ---------------------------------------
Corynebacterium Diphtheria 2 T, V
------------------------------------------ -------------------------------------- ------------ -
Corynebacterium minutissimum 2
---------------------------------------- -------------- ------------------------------------ ---
Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis 2
-------------------------------------- ---------------- ---------------------------------- -----
Corynebacterium spp. 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Edwardsiella tarda 2
-------------------------------------------- ---------- --------------------------------------- | || Ehrlichia sennetsu (Rickettsia sennetsu)
2 -------------------------------------- ---------------- ---------------------------------- -----
Ehrlichia spp. 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Eikenella corrodens 2
-------------------------------------------- ---------- --------------------------------------- | || Enterobacter aerogenes / cloacae 2
---------------------------------------- -------------- ------------------------------------ ---
Enterobacter spp. 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Enterococcus spp. 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae 2
-------------------------------------------- ---------- --------------------------------------- | || Escherichia coli (with the exception of non-pathogenic strains) 2
------------------------------------ -------------------------------- ------------------ -------

Flavobacterium meningosepticum 2 (Chryseobacterium meningosepticum)
--------------------------- --------------------------- ----------------------- ----------------
Fluoribacter bozemanae (Legionella)
2 ---------------------- -------------------------------- ------------------ ---------------------
Francisella tularensis (type B) 2 ----------------
-------------------------------------- ------------ --------------------------- Fusobacterium necrophorum

2 -------------- ---------------------------------------- ---------- -----------------------------

Gardnerella vaginalis 2 ------------ ------------------------------------------ -------- -------------------------------
Haemophilus ducreyi 2
---------- -------------------------------------------- ------ ---------------------------------
Haemophilus influenzae 2
------- ----------------------------------------------- --- ------------------------------------
Haemophilus spp. 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Helicobacter pylori 2
-------------------------------------------- ---------- --------------------------------------- | Chlamydia pneumonia || 2
------------------------------------------ -------------------------------------- ------------ -
Chlamydia psittaci (other strains) ------------------------------------ 2
-------------------------------- ------------------ -------

Chlamydia trachomatis 2 ---------------------------------- -------------------- ------------------------------ ---------
Klebsiella oxytoca 2
-------------------------------- ---------------------- ---------------------------- -----------

Klebsiella pneumoniae 2 ------------------------------ ------------------------ --------------------------
------------- Klebsiella spp. 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Legionella pneumophila 2
-------------------------------------------- ---------- --------------------------------------- | || Legionella spp. 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Leptospira interrogans (all serotypes) 2 ----------------------------------------
-------------- ------------------------------------ ---
Listeria ivanovii 2

----------------------------------------------- ------- ---------------------------------------
Listeria 2 --------------------------------------------- monocytogenes
|| --------- --------------------------------------- | Morganella morgani 2 -------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------- -----------
Mycobacterium avium-intracellulare 2
--------------------------------------- --------------- -----------------------------------
----
Mycobacterium fortuitum 2 ------------------------------------- ----------------- --------------------------------- ------
Mycobacterium chelonae 2
----------------------------------- ------------------- ------------------------------- --------
Mycobacterium kansasii 2
--------------------------------- --------------------- -----------------------------
----------
Mycobacterium malmoense 2 ------------------------------- ----------------------- --------------------------- ------------
Mycobacterium marinum 2
----------------------------- ------------------------- ------------------------- --------------
Mycobacterium paratuberculosis 2
--------------------------- --------------------------- ----------------------- ----------------

Mycobacterium scrofulaceum 2 ------------------------- ----------------------------- --------------------- ------------------

Mycobacterium simiae 2 ----------------------- ------------------------------- ------------------- --------------------

Mycobacterium szulgai 2 --------------------- --------------------------------- ----------------- ----------------------

Mycobacterium xenopi 2 ------------------- ----------------------------------- --------------- ------------------------
Mycoplasma caviae 2
----------------- ------------------------------------- ------------- --------------------------
Mycoplasma hominis 2
--------------- --------------------------------------- ----------- ----------------------------
Mycoplasma pneumoniae 2
------------- ----------------------------------------- --------- ------------------------------

Neisseria gonorrhoeae 2 ----------- ------------------------------------------- ------- --------------------------------
Neisseria meningitidis 2 --------
---------------------------------------------- ---- -----------------------------------
Nocardia asteroides 2 ------
------------------------------------------------ - -------------------------------------
Nocardia brasiliensis 2
---- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------

Nocardia farcinica 2 - -------------------------------------------------- - ---------------------------------------
Nocardia nova 2
-------------------------------------------------- ---- ---------------------------------------
Nocardia otitidiscaviarum 2 | || ------------------------------------------------ --------------------------------------- ------
Pasteurella multocida 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Pasteurella spp. 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Peptostreptococcus anaerobius 2
-------------------------------------------- ---------- --------------------------------------- | || Plesiomonas shigelloides 2
-------------------------------------------- ---------- --------------------------------------- | || Porphyromonas spp. 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Prevotella spp. 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Proteus mirabilis 2
-------------------------------------------- ---------- --------------------------------------- | Proteus pennerii || 2
------------------------------------------ -------------------------------------- ------------ - Proteus vulgaris 2

---------------------------------------- -------------- ------------------------------------ ---
Providentia alcalifaciens 2

----------------------------------------------- ------- ---------------------------------------
Providentia rettgeri 2
--------------------------------------------- || --------- --------------------------------------- | Providentia spp. 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Pseudomonas aeruginosa 2
-------------------------------------------- ---------- --------------------------------------- | Rhodococcus equi || 2
------------------------------------------ -------------------------------------- ------------ -
Rickettsia spp. 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Bartonella quintana (quintana Rochalimea) 2 ----------------------------------------
-------------- ------------------------------------ ---
Salmonella (other serotypes) 2
----------------------------------- ------------------- ------------------------------- --------
Salmonella Arizona 2
--------------------------------- --------------------- ----------------------------- ----------
Salmonella Enteritidis 2
------------------------------- ----------------------- --------------------------- ------------
Salmonella paratyphi A, B, C 2
----------------------- ------------------------------- ------------------- --------------------
Salmonella Typhimurium 2
--------------------- --------------------------------- ----------------- ----------------------
Serpulina spp. 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Shigella boydii 2
-------------------------------------------- ---------- --------------------------------------- | || Shigella dysenteriae, other than type 1 2 --------------------------------------
---------------- ---------------------------------- -----
Shigella flexneri 2
------------------------------------ -------------------------------- ------------------ -------

Shigella sonnei 2 ---------------------------------- -------------------- ------------------------------ ---------

Staphylococcus aureus 2 -------------------------------- ---------------------- ---------------------------- -----------

Streptobacillus moniliformis 2 ------------------------------ ------------------------ --------------------------
------------- Streptococcus pneumoniae 2
--------------------------- --------------------------- ----------------------- ----------------

Streptococcus pyogenes 2 ------------------------- ----------------------------- --------------------- ------------------
Streptococcus spp. 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Streptococcus suis 2
-------------------------------------------- ---------- --------------------------------------- | || 2
Treponema carateum ------------------------------------------ -------------------------------------- ------------ -
Treponema pallidum 2
---------------------------------------- -------------- ------------------------------------ ---

Treponema yaws 2 -------------------------------------- ---------------- ---------------------------------- -----
Treponema spp. 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Vibrio cholerae (including El Tor)
2 --------------------------------------- --------------- ----------------------------------- ----
Vibrio parahaemolyticus 2
------------------------------------- ----------------- --------------------------------- ------
Vibrio spp. 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Yersinia enterocolitica 2
-------------------------------------------- ---------- --------------------------------------- | Yersinia pseudotuberculosis || 2
------------------------------------------ -------------------------------------- ------------ -
Yersinia spp. 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Bacillus anthracis 3

----------------------------------------------- ------- ---------------------------------------
Brucella abortus 3
--------------------------------------------- || --------- --------------------------------------- | Brucella canis 3 -------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------- -----------

Brucella melitensis 3 ----------------------------------------- ------------- ------------------------------------- -
Brucella suis 3
--------------------------------------- --------------- ----------------------------------- Coxiella burnetii
----
3 ------------------------------------- ----------------- --------------------------------- ------
Escherichia coli cytotoxic strains and 3 **) T
--------------------------- --------------------------- ----------------------- Francisella tularensis ----------------
(type A) 3 ---------------------
--------------------------------- ----------------- ----------------------
Chlamydia psittaci (avinní strains) 3 ---------------
--------------------------------------- ----------- ----------------------------
Mycobacterium africanum 3
------------ ------------------------------------------ -------- -------------------------------
Mycobacterium bovis (excepting strain BCG) 3 ---
-------------------------------------------------- - ---------------------------------------

Mycobacterium leprae 3 - -------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- ---
Mycobacterium tuberculosis 3 | || ------------------------------------------------ --------------------------------------- ------
Burkholderia pseudomallei (Pseudomonas pseudomallei) ------------------------------------------ 3
-------------------------------------- ------------ -
Burkholderia mallei (Pseudomonas mallei) 3 ------------------------------------
-------------------------------- ------------------ -------

Rickettsia prowazekii 3 ---------------------------------- -------------------- ------------------------------ ---------

Rickettsia rickettsii 3 -------------------------------- ---------------------- ---------------------------- -----------

Rickettsia tsutsugamushi 3 ------------------------------ ------------------------ --------------------------
------------- Rickettsia typhi (Rickettsia Mooser) 3 ------------------------
------------------------------ -------------------- -------------------

Ricktettsia conorii 3 ---------------------- -------------------------------- ------------------ ---------------------
Yersinia pestis 3
------------------- ----------------------------------- --------------- ------------------------
Mycobacterium microti 3 **
--------------- --------------------------------------- ----------- ----------------------------
Mycobacterium ulcerans 3 **
----------- ------------------------------------------- ------- --------------------------------
Rickettsia Akari 3 **
------- ----------------------------------------------- --- ------------------------------------
Rickettsia canada 3 **
--- -------------------------------------------------- - ---------------------------------------
Rickettsia montana 3 ** || | ------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- -----
Salmonella Typhi 3 **
In -------------------------------------------- ---------- --------------------------------------- | || Shigella dysenteriae (type 1) 3 ** T
----------------------------------- ------------------- ------------------------------- --------
Viry2) ----------------------------------
-------------------- ------------------------------

Adenoviridae --------- ---------------------------------- -------------------- ------------------------------ ---------
Human adenoviruses (51 serotypes) ---------------------------- 2
-------------------------- ------------------------ --------------- Arenaviridae

---------------------------- -------------------------- ------------------------ --------------- lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus
(neurotropic strains) 3 ---------------------
--------------------------------- ----------------- ----------------------

Lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus (other strains) ------------------------------------ 2
-------------------------------- ------------------ -------
Virus Lassa (Lassa fever) ------------------------------ 4
------------------------ --------------------------
------------- Virus Tacaribe 2
---------------------------- -------------------------- ------------------------ --------------- 3 Flexal Virus

-------------------------- ---------------------- ---------------------------- -----------------
Sabia virus 4
------------------------ ------------------------------ -------------------- -------------------

Virus Amapari 4 ---------------------- -------------------------------- ------------------ ---------------------
Guanarito Virus (Venezuelan hemorrhagic fever) --------------- 4
--------------------------------------- ----------- ----------------------------
Junin virus (Argentine hemorrhagic fever) 4 --------
---------------------------------------------- ---- -----------------------------------
Machupo Virus (Bolivian hemorrhagic fever)
4 - -------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- ---

Astroviridae - -------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- ---
Human astroviruses (9 serotypes )
2 --------------------------------------------- || --------- --------------------------------------- | --------------------------------------------- Bunyaviridae
|| --------- --------------------------------------- | Virus Bhanja 2 -------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------- -----------

Virus Germiston 2 ----------------------------------------- ------------- ------------------------------------- - Virus Bunyamwera 2

--------------------------------------- --------------- ----------------------------------- ----
California encephalitis virus 2
------------------------------------ -------------------------------- ------------------
------- Other pathogenic Bunyaviruses (fever virus Papataci) ---------------------------- 2
-------------------------- ------------------------ ---------------

Virus Belgrade 3 -------------------------- ---------------------- ---------------------------- -----------------
Sin Nombre Virus 3
----------------------- ------------------------------- ------------------- --------------------
Virus fever Oropouche 3
-------------------- ---------------------------------- ----------------

Hantaviridae ----------------------- -------------------- ---------------------------------- ---------------- ----------------------- Other hantaviruses 2

------------------ ------------------------------------ -------------- ------------------------- 2 Puumala virus

---------------- -------------------------------------- ------------ ---------------------------
Korean hemorrhagic fever virus (Hantaan virus) 3 --------
---------------------------------------------- ---- -----------------------------------
Virus Seoul 3 ------
------------------------------------------------ - ------------------------------------- ------

Nairoviridae ------------------------------------------------ - -------------------------------------
Virus Hazara 2
---- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------
virus hemorrhagic fever krymskokonžské 4
-------------------------------------------------- ---- --------------------------------------- Phleboviridae

-------------------------------------------------- ---- ---------------------------------------
Tuscan virus 2 | || ------------------------------------------------ --------------------------------------- ------
fever Virus Sandfly 2
--------------------------------------------- || --------- --------------------------------------- | Rift valley fever Virus 3
---------------------------------------- -------------- ------------------------------------ ---

Caliciviridae ---------------------------------------- -------------- ------------------------------------ Norwalk Virus
---
2 -------------------------------------- ---------------- ---------------------------------- -----

Other viruses Caliciviridae family
2 --------------------------------------- --------------- -----------------------------------

Hepeviridae ---- --------------------------------------- --------------- ----------------------------------- ----
hepatitis E virus 3 ---------------------------------- **
-------------------- ------------------------------

Coronaviridae --------- ---------------------------------- -------------------- ------------------------------ Human coronavirus ---------

2 -------------------------------- ---------------------- ---------------------------- ----------- Toroviridae 2

------------------------------- ----------------------- --------------------------- ------------
SARS coronavirus 3
----------------------------- ------------------------- -------------------------

Rhabdoviridae -------------- ----------------------------- ------------------------- ------------------------- Ebola Virus --------------

4 --------------------------- --------------------------- ----------------------- ---------------- Marburg fever virus

4 ------------------------ ------------------------------ -------------------- -------------------

Flaviviridae ------------------------ ------------------------------ -------------------- -------------------
Other flaviviruses pathogenic for humans 2
------------------- ----------------------------------- --------------- ------------------------
Virus encephalitis Western type 3
------------- ----------------------------------------- --------- ------------------------------
Australian encephalitis Virus (virus Murray Valley encephalitis) 3 ----
-------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------
dengue virus type 3 1-4
----------------------------------------------- ------- ---------------------------------------
Virus encephalitis St. Louis 3
--------------------------------------------- || --------- --------------------------------------- | Virus fever Kyasanurského forest 3
---------------------------------------- -------------- ------------------------------------ ---
virus, Japanese encephalitis B 3
----------------------------------- ------------------- ------------------------------- --------
Virus encephalitis Eastern type 3
----------------------------- ------------------------- ------------------------- --------------
virus Omsk hemorrhagic fever 3 V
------------------------ ------------------------------ -------------------- ------------------- Powassan Virus

3 ---------------------- -------------------------------- ------------------ ---------------------

Virus Rocio 3 -------------------- ---------------------------------- ---------------- -----------------------
Virus, West Nile 3
---------------- -------------------------------------- ------------ ---------------------------
yellow fever virus 3
------------ ------------------------------------------ -------- -------------------------------
hepatitis C 3 D **
------ ------------------------------------------------ - -------------------------------------
hepatitis G 3 ** D
-------------------------------------------------- ---- ---------------------------------------
Virus vrtivky (Louping ill) 3 **
------------------------------------------ -------------------------------------- ------------ -
Virus Wesselsbron 3 -------------------------------------- **
---------------- ---------------------------------- -----
Central European encephalitis virus 3 -------------------------------- **
---------------------- ----------------------------

Hepadnaviridae ----------- -------------------------------- ---------------------- ---------------------------- -----------
hepatitis B ** 3 V, D
------------------------ ------------------------------ -------------------- ------------------- Herpesviridae

------------------------ ------------------------------ -------------------- -------------------

Cytomegalovirus 2 ----------------------- ------------------------------- ------------------- --------------------
herpesvirus varicella-zoster 2

----------------------------------------------- ------- --------------------------------------- Human
herpesvirus 7 2
-------------------------------------------- ---------- --------------------------------------- | || Human herpes virus 8 2 D
---------------------------------------- -------------- ------------------------------------ ---
Human B-lymphotropic virus (HHV-6) 2
-------------------------------- ---------------------- ---------------------------- -----------
Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)
2 ------------------------- ----------------------------- --------------------- ------------------
herpes simplex virus type 1 and 2 2
------------------ ------------------------------------ -------------- -------------------------
Monkey B virus --------------- 3
--------------------------------------- ----------- ---------------------------- ---------------

Orthomyxoviridae --------------------------------------- ----------- ----------------------------
influenza viruses a, B, and C 2
(Except C)
------------------------------------------ -------------------------------------- ------------ - The bird flu virus

3 --------------------------------------- --------------- ----------------------------------- ----
orthomyxoviruses transmitted by ticks (Dhori and Thogoto) 2
------------------------------- ----------------------- --------------------------- ------------

Papillomaviridae ------------------------------- ----------------------- --------------------------- Human polyomaviruses ------------

------------------------------ ------------------------ --------------------------
------------- viruses BK and JC 2 D
------------------------- ----------------------------- --------------------- ------------------
Human papillomavirus 2 D
---------------------- -------------------------------- ------------------ --------------------- ----------------------

Paramyxoviridae -------------------------------- ------------------ ---------------------
measles virus V 2
------------------- ----------------------------------- --------------- ------------------------
Virus epidemic of mumps 2
--------------- --------------------------------------- ----------- ---------------------------- Newcastle disease virus

2 ------------ ------------------------------------------ -------- -------------------------------
parainfluenza viruses types 1-4 2 ------
------------------------------------------------ - -------------------------------------
Human respiratory syncytial virus 2
- -------------------------------------------------- - ---------------------------------------
human metapneumovirus 2
-------------------------------------------------- ---- --------------------------------------- Parvoviridae

-------------------------------------------------- ---- ---------------------------------------
Human parvovirus (B 19) 2
-------------------------------------------- ---------- --------------------------------------- | Picornaviridae
|| -------------------------------------------- ---------- --------------------------------------- | || Virus acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis (AHC) 2
------------------------------------- ----------------- --------------------------------- ------

2 coxsackie viruses ----------------------------------- ------------------- ------------------------------- --------

echovirus 2 ---------------------------------- -------------------- ------------------------------ ---------
human poliovirus 2
------------------------------- ----------------------- --------------------------- ------------ human rhinovirus 2

----------------------------- ------------------------- -------------------------

Poxviridae -------------- ----------------------------- ------------------------- ------------------------- -------------- rabbit pox Virus

2 -------------------------- ---------------------- ---------------------------- ----------------- cowpox virus

2 ----------------------- ------------------------------- ------------------- --------------------
molluscum contagiosum virus 2

----------------------------------------------- ------- ---------------------------------------
Virus Orf 2
--------------------------------------------- || --------- --------------------------------------- | Virus or tubercle tubercule mulgentium 2
---------------------------------------- -------------- ------------------------------------ ---

vaccinia virus 2 -------------------------------------- ---------------- ---------------------------------- -----
monkey pox virus 3
---------------------------------- -------------------- ------------------------------ ---------
Variola Virus (all types) 4 V
--------------------------- --------------------------- -----------------------

Reoviridae ---------------- --------------------------- --------------------------- ----------------------- ---------------- Human rotavirus

2 ------------------------- ----------------------------- --------------------- ------------------

orbiviurses 2 ------------------------ ------------------------------ -------------------- -------------------

reovirus 2 ----------------------- ------------------------------- -------------------

Retroviridae -------------------- ----------------------- ------------------------------- ------------------- --------------------
human immunodeficiency viruses 3 ** ----------------- D
------------------------------------- ------------- --------------------------
virus human T-cell lymphotropic virus (HTLV) types 1 and 2, 3 D
---- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------
Virus SIV 3 H
- -------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- ---

Rhabdoviridae - -------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- ---
vesicular stomatitis Virus 2 | || ------------------------------------------------ --------------------------------------- ------
rabies virus 3 ** In -------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------- ----------- -------------------------------------------

Togaviridae --------------------------------------- -----------
Virus Oh Nyong-Nyong 2
-------------------------------------- ---------------- ---------------------------------- -----
Ross River Virus 2
----------------------------------- ------------------- ------------------------------- --------
Semliki Forest Virus 2
-------------------------------- ---------------------- ---------------------------- ----------- Sindbis Virus

2 ------------------------------ ------------------------ --------------------------
------------- Virus Mayaro 3
---------------------------- -------------------------- ------------------------ ---------------
Venezuelan equine Encephalitis virus 3
----------------------- ------------------------------- ------------------- --------------------
virus Eastern equine encephalomyelitis 3 V
------------------ ------------------------------------ -------------- -------------------------
virus, Western equine encephalomyelitis 3 V
------------- ----------------------------------------- --------- ------------------------------
Virus Everglades 3 **
--------- --------------------------------------------- ----- ----------------------------------
Chikungunya virus 3 **
----- ------------------------------------------------- - --------------------------------------
Virus Mucambo 3 **
- -------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- ---
Virus Tona 3 **
----------------------------------------------- ------- --------------------------------------- Other
known alphaviruses 2
-------------------------------------------- ---------- --------------------------------------- | rubella Virus || 2
----------------------------------------- ------------- ------------------------------------- -

yet unclassified viruses --------------------------------------- --------------- ----------------------------------- ----
Equine virus morbilli 4
------------------------------------ -------------------------------- ------------------ -------

The virus still undetected 3 ** ------------------------------------ D
-------------------------------- ------------------ -------
Respiratory viruses still undetected 3
-------------------------------- ---------------------- ---------------------------- -----------
inventors neuroinfections yet unidentified 3
---------------------------- -------------------------- ------------------------ ---------------
hepatitis D virus (delta) 3 ** V, D
----------------- ------------------------------------- ------------- --------------------------
Creutzfeldt - Jakob disease 3 **
----------- ------------------------------------------- ------- --------------------------------
Syndrome Gerstmann- Straussler-Scheinkerovým 3 **
--- -------------------------------------------------- - ---------------------------------------
Kuru 3 **
-------------------------------------------------- ---- ---------------------------------------
Parasites b) | || ------------------------------------------------ --------------------------------------- ------
Acanthamoeba castellani 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Ancylostoma duodenale 2
-------------------------------------------- ---------- --------------------------------------- | Angiostrongylus cantonensis || 2
------------------------------------------ -------------------------------------- ------------ -
Angiostrongylus costaricensis 2
---------------------------------------- -------------- ------------------------------------ ---
Ascaris lumbricoides 2 A
------------------------------------- ----------------- --------------------------------- ------
Ascaris suum 2 ---------------------------------- A
-------------------- ------------------------------ ---------

Babesia divergens 2 -------------------------------- ---------------------- ---------------------------- Babesia microti -----------

2 ------------------------------ ------------------------ --------------------------
------------- Balantidium coli
2 ---------------------------- -------------------------- ------------------------ --------------- Brugia Malawi

2 -------------------------- ---------------------- ---------------------------- -----------------

Brugia Pahang 2 ------------------------ ------------------------------ -------------------- -------------------

Capillaria philippinensis 2 ---------------------- -------------------------------- ------------------ ---------------------
Capillaria spp. 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Clonorchis sinensis 2
-------------------------------------------- ---------- --------------------------------------- | || 2
Clonorchis viverrini ------------------------------------------ -------------------------------------- ------------ - Cryptosporidium parvum

2 ---------------------------------------- -------------- ------------------------------------ ---
Cryptosporidium spp. 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Cyclospora cayetanensis 2
-------------------------------------------- ---------- --------------------------------------- | || 2
Dipetalonema streptocerca ------------------------------------------ -------------------------------------- ------------ -
Diphyllobothrium latum 2
---------------------------------------- -------------- ------------------------------------ ---

Dracunculus medinensis 2 -------------------------------------- ---------------- ---------------------------------- -----

Entamoeba histolytica 2 ------------------------------------ -------------------------------- ------------------ -------

Fasciola gigantica 2 ---------------------------------- -------------------- ------------------------------ ---------

Fasciola hepatica 2 -------------------------------- ---------------------- ---------------------------- -----------

Fasciolopsis Buscemi 2 ------------------------------ ------------------------ -------------------------- -------------

Giardia lamblia (Giardia intestinalis) 2
------------------------------------- ----------------- --------------------------------- ------

Hymenolepis diminuta 2 ----------------------------------- ------------------- ------------------------------- --------
Hymenolepis nana 2
--------------------------------- --------------------- -----------------------------
----------
Leishmania aethiopica 2 ------------------------------- ----------------------- --------------------------- Leishmania major ------------

2 ----------------------------- ------------------------- ------------------------- --------------
Leishmania mexicana 2
--------------------------- --------------------------- ----------------------- ----------------

Leishmania peruviana 2 ------------------------- ----------------------------- --------------------- ------------------
Leishmania spp. 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Leishmania tropica 2
-------------------------------------------- ---------- --------------------------------------- | Loa loa || 2
------------------------------------------ -------------------------------------- ------------ -
Mansonella ozzardi 2
---------------------------------------- -------------- ------------------------------------ ---

Mansonella perstans 2 -------------------------------------- ---------------- ---------------------------------- -----

Necator americanus 2 ------------------------------------ -------------------------------- ------------------ -------

Onchocerca volvulus 2 ---------------------------------- -------------------- ------------------------------ ---------

Opisthorchis felineus 2 -------------------------------- ---------------------- ---------------------------- -----------
Opisthorchis spp. 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Paragonimus westermani 2
-------------------------------------------- ---------- --------------------------------------- | || Plasmodium spp. (Human and simian) 2 -----------------------------------------
------------- ------------------------------------- -

Sarcocystis suihominis 2 --------------------------------------- --------------- -----------------------------------
----
Schistosoma haematobium 2 ------------------------------------- ----------------- --------------------------------- ------

Schistosoma intercalatum 2 ----------------------------------- ------------------- ------------------------------- --------
Schistosoma japonicum 2
--------------------------------- --------------------- -----------------------------
----------
Schistosoma mansoni 2 ------------------------------- ----------------------- --------------------------- ------------
Schistosoma mekongi 2
----------------------------- ------------------------- ------------------------- --------------
Strongyloides spp. 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Strongyloides stercoralis 2
-------------------------------------------- ---------- --------------------------------------- | Taenia saginata || 2
------------------------------------------ -------------------------------------- ------------ -
Toxocara canis 2
---------------------------------------- -------------- ------------------------------------ ---

Toxoplasma gondii 2 -------------------------------------- ---------------- ---------------------------------- -----

Trichinella spiralis 2 ------------------------------------ -------------------------------- ------------------ -------

Trichuris trichiura 2 ---------------------------------- -------------------- ------------------------------ ---------
Trypanosoma brucei brucei 2
------------------------------- ----------------------- --------------------------- Trypanosoma brucei ------------

gambiense 2 ---------------------------- -------------------------- ------------------------ ---------------
Wuchereria bancrofti 2

----------------------------------------------- ------- ---------------------------------------
Naegleria fowleri 3 ------------------------------------------- **
--------------------------------------- -----------

Trypanosoma cruzi 3 ----------------------------------------- ------------- ------------------------------------- -
Echinococcus granulosus 3 ------------------------------------- **
----------------- --------------------------------- ------
Echinococcus multilocularis 3 **
--------------------------------- --------------------- ----------------------------- ----------
Echinococcus Vogeli 3 **
----------------------------- ------------------------- ------------------------- --------------
Leishmania brasiliensis 3 **
------------------------- ----------------------------- --------------------- ------------------
Leishmania donovani 3 --------------------- **
--------------------------------- ----------------- ----------------------
Plasmodium falciparum 3 ----------------- **
------------------------------------- ------------- --------------------------
Taenia solium 3 **
------------- ----------------------------------------- --------- Trypanosoma brucei ------------------------------
rhodensiense 3 **
-------- ---------------------------------------------- ---- ----------------------------------- --------

Moulds ---------------------------------------------- ---- -----------------------------------
Aspergillus fumigatus 2 A
----- ------------------------------------------------- - -------------------------------------- Candida albicans
A
2 - -------------------------------------------------- - --------------------------------------- Candida tropicalis 2

-------------------------------------------------- ---- ---------------------------------------
Emmonsia parva var. Crescens 2
--------------------------------------------- || --------- --------------------------------------- | Emmonsia parva var. Parva 2
--------------------------------------------- || --------- --------------------------------------- | Epidermophyton floccosum 2
A ------------------------------------------ -------------------------------------- ------------ - Compact 2 Fonsecaea

---------------------------------------- -------------- ------------------------------------ ---
Fonsecaea pedrosoi 2 A
------------------------------------- ----------------- --------------------------------- ------

Madurella grisea 2 ----------------------------------- ------------------- ------------------------------- --------
Madurella mycetomatis 2
--------------------------------- --------------------- ----------------------------- ----------
Microsporum spp. 2 A
--------------------------------------------- || --------- --------------------------------------- | Neotestudina rosatii 2 -------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------- -----------
Penicillium marneffei 2 A
---------------------------------------- -------------- ------------------------------------ ---

Scedosporium agiospermum 2 -------------------------------------- ---------------- ---------------------------------- -----

Scedosporium prolificans 2 ------------------------------------ -------------------------------- ------------------ -------

Sporothrix schenckii 2 ---------------------------------- -------------------- ------------------------------ ---------
Trichophyton rubrum 2
-------------------------------- ---------------------- ---------------------------- -----------
Trichophyton spp. 2
---------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- --------
Blastomyces dermatitidis (Ajellomyces dermatitidis) ---------------------------------------- 3
-------------- ------------------------------------ ---

Cladophialophora Bantian 3 -------------------------------------- ---------------- ---------------------------------- -----
Coccidioides immitis 3 ----------------------------------- A
------------------- ------------------------------- Histoplasma capsulatum --------
duboisii 3

----------------------------------------------- ------- ---------------------------------------
Paracoccidioides brasiliensis 3
--------------------------------------------- || --------- --------------------------------------- | Cryptococcus neoformans var. Gatti (Filobasidiela bacillispora) 2 ---------------------------------------- A
-------------- ------------------------------------ ---
Cryptococcus neoformans var.neoformans 2 A
(Filobasidiella neoformans var. neoformans)
------------------------ ------------------------------ -------------------- Histoplasma capsulatum -------------------
var. capsulatum (Ajellomyces) ------------------------------------------ 3
-------------------------------------- ------------ -


Table explanations:

A) Requirements for Health Protection at Work
related to the classification of parasites apply only to stages in the life cycle of parasites in
which can be for a person in the workplace contagious.

B) group 3 biological agents identified in the list of biological agents as
3 ** for zaměstnanace may present a limited risk of infection
because under normal conditions do not transmit air and therefore
workplace requirements as sufficient u work with biological agents in group 2


A - possible allergic reactions.

D - a list of employees exposed to such agents must be stored
for more than 10 years after the last known exposure.

T- production of toxins.

V is an effective vaccine available.

H at present there is no evidence of human illness caused
other retroviruses of simian origin. As a precaution, to work with these
Retroviruses recommended level of assurance as a group
biological agents Group 3
PART B


Requirements for workplace medical and veterinary equipment
Table. 1
------------------------------ -------------------------------------------- ------ ----------
requirements
According to a group of biological agents

2 3 4 ------------------------------------ --------
----------------------------------------------
1. Department from any workplace not recommended yes
other activities in the same building ------------------------------------ ------
------------------------------------------------ || | 2. Air supply to the workplace no yes - yes exhaust -odváděný
and extract from it HEPA filter and air supply
or similarly efficient devices for air ------------------------------------ ------
------------------------------------------------ || | 3. Restrictions on access to the workplace only yes yes yes, via
the designated employee air chamber ------------------------------------ ------
------------------------------------------------ || | 4. Option hermetically sealed not recommended yes
Institutions in the implementation of disinfection
------------------------------------ ------- -----------------------------------------------
5. Specific disinfection procedures yes yes yes
--- ------------------------------------ -------------------------------------------------- -
6. Maintain a workplace in a vacuum yes yes
compared to around
--------- ------------------------------------ ---------------------------------------------
7. Effective control of vectors (eg yes yes yes
rodents, insects)
------------------------------ -------------------------------------------- ------ ----------
8th Surfaces waterproof yes, for yes, yes for work, for working
and easily washable desktop, floor surfaces, floors,
surfaces and walls ceilings and walls
------------------------------------ ----- ------------------------------------------------- | || 9th Surfaces resistant to acids, recommended yes yes
alkalis, solvents, disinfectants

substances ------------------------------------ ---------- --------------------------------------------
10th Secure storage of biological yes yes yes, under lock and key

factors ------------------------------------ ---------- --------------------------------------------
11th Observation window or other recommended recommended yes
comparable devices enabling
observe people or animals
present in the space

------------------------------------ ----------- -------------------------------------------
12th Self laboratory equipment not recommended yes
operational instrumentation equipment ------------------------------------ --------
----------------------------------------------
13 . Handling infected material, if so, if it is yes
including all animals in gamble boxing needs an infection
or isolator or other portable air space
suitable for the job
------------------------------------ ------- -----------------------------------------------
14th Incinerator corpses of animals recommended yes, yes available on site
------------------------------------ -------------------------------------------------- ----


Workplace requirements in laboratories, and in rooms for laboratory animals and
workplace industrial processes
Table
.
2 ------------------------------------ ---- --------------------------------------------------
According to the requirements of the biological agent

2 3 4 ------------------------------------ --------
----------------------------------------------
1. viable organisms yes yes yes
manipulate the system
physically separates the process from
and other working environment
------------------------------------ ------- -----------------------------------------------
2. With the air aspirated has been prevented by the leakage prevention
from a closed system to handle so minimizes leakage
to escape
--------- ------------------------------------ ---------------------------------------------
3. Sampling, adding he was he was prevented been prevented
materials to a closed system minimizes leakage leakage
and transfer of viable organisms to escape
to another closed system
perform so that
------------------------------------ ------- -----------------------------------------------
4th Liquid cultures in larger inactivated inactivated inactivated
nepřemísťovat appropriate amount of suitable suitable
from the closed system unless chemical or chemical means or
physical physical
Vehicles Vehicles
--------- ------------------------------------ ---------------------------------------------
Fifth container lid to adjust the culture minimized prevented prevented
so that the leakage of biological

officials ------------------------------------ ---------- --------------------------------------------
Closed systems sixth place recommended recommended yes
in the controlled zone

a) placing the marker for biological advised yes yes

risk
b) access restricted to yes yes yes, via
specifically designated employees of the air chamber

c) equip employees working yes yes yes, complete
clothing disguise

d) Establish a decontamination facility yes yes yes
and washrooms for staff

e) staff before leaving not recommended yes
contaminated area must
shower

f) waste water from sinks and showers is not recommended yes
collect and before discharge
disinfect

g) space controlled zone yes yes yes
adequately ventilated so that
air contamination was reduced
the lowest level

h) in controlled areas maintain no yes
vacuum against the neighborhood

i) the air introduced into not recommended yes
controlled zone and exhaust
of him filter HEPA or
other similarly effective device

j) controlled Gaza adjust after not recommended yes
Technically, so that when
spill captured the entire
the contents of the closed system

k) ensure that the controlled zone not recommended yes
It was tightly closed in order
allowing fumigation

l) effluent before final inactivate inactivate inactivate
draining approved approved chem. approved
agents or physical fyz.nebo
for these chemical agents


purposes means --------- ------------------------------------ ---------------------------------------------
Appendix 8


Kens upper limbs

Figure. 1

The implications of the upper extremities in a vertical plane at work sitting



Figure no. 2

The implications of the upper extremities in a vertical plane at work sitting or standing



Legend to Fig. 2

Area A - common (20 to 40 times per eight-hour shift) and precise movements.

Area B - movements of both forearms and handling objects and tools
without changing the basic working polohy- slight leaning forward, sideways movement
.

Area C - the maximum range - less frequent and slower movements, need
torso rotation.

Figure no. 3

The implications of the upper extremities in a vertical plane standing



Explanation of Fig. 3

A - optimal range

B - acceptable reach

C - unacceptable for frequent movements
Appendix 9


Permissible forces for control
------------------ ---------------------- --------------------------------------- ----------- ---
driver type positions and frequency control method of control, the minimum and maximum
Force (N)
------------------ ------------------------- ------------------------------------------ --------
button one prstemmin.
2.5 max. 8
dlanímin.
2.5 max. 50
------------------ ---------------------------- ----- ------------------------------------------
two-position toggle switch min. 30 st. on pages prstymin. 2.5
from the vertical axis, max. 10
three positions: min 30 st. on the side of
vertical axis and perpendicular to the base
------------------ ----------------------- ---------- ---------------------------------------- -
rotary switch at the highest visual inspection prstymin. 2.5
number of positions 24, the smallest angle mezimax. 15
positions 15 Wed.
when tactile inspection: highest
number of positions 8, the smallest angle between
positions 45 Wed.
------------------ ----------------------------- ------------------------------------------ ----
wheel diameter to 2.5 cm prstymin.
2.5 max. 4

diameter greater than 2.5 cmmin.
2.5 max. 15
------------------ ---------------------------- ----- ------------------------------------------
hand wheel outer ring diameter is chosen according to one rukoumin. 10
rotational speed when většímax. 100
the speed of a smaller diameter both hands min. 10
max. 200
------------------ ---------------------------- ----- ------------------------------------------
wheel) technical equipment business both rukamamax. 115
nepojíždějící
b) the technical facilities for business one or both hands
pojíždějícímax. 80
c) all the technical devices without
steering both rukamamax. 350
------------------ ---------------------------- ----- ------------------------------------------
wheel of Agriculture and Forestry equipment
a) tech.zařízení both business rukamamax. 120
nepojíždějící
b) tech.zařízení study one or two hands
pojíždějícímax. 120
c) all devices without power
management
both rukamamax. 490
------------------ ---------------------------- ----- ------------------------------------------
hand lever upper extremity
lever movement:
often: Forward and vzadmin. 10
max. 60
to stranmin. 10
max. 40

rare: forward and vzadmin. 10
max. 120
to stranmin. 10
max. 80
up and down: min. 10
max. 300 (emergency and parking brake)
for agricultural and forestry machinery:
max. 250 emergency and parking brake
max. 295
------------------ ---------------------------- ----- ------------------------------------------
pedal constantly: movement of a leg
min. 10
max. 90
often: the operating pedal emergency brake
min. 40
max. 400
Pedal-controlled movement of the feet at the ankle
pedal spojkymin. 20
pedal akcelerátorumax. 60
pedal operating agricultural and forestry machines:

And emergency brzdymax. 245
other pedálymax. 60
max. 580
max. 150
------------------ ---------------------------- ----- ------------------------------------------

Notes:

Permanently employed drivers are those that are used by more than
40 times per eight-hour shift.

Frequently used controls - those that are used 20 to 40 times per
eight-hour shift.

Seldom used drivers - those that are used less than 20 times
per eight-hour shift.
Annex 10


The resulting temperature and air exchange in sanitary facilities
Table. 1
----------------------------- ----------------------- ---------------------------
The device temperature ° C air exchange m3.hod.-1
------------------------------- --------------------- --------------------------- || | locker rooms 20 20
1 wardrobe space -------------------------------------------
--------------------------- --------- 22 30 washes

1
sink -------------------------------------------- --------------------------- --------
Showers 25 150-200
1 shower
-------------------------------------------- --------------------------- --------
WC 18 50 1 cabin
25 to 1 urinal -------------------------------------------
--------- ---------------------------

Saving workwear and requirements for the number of sinks
and showers depending on how dirty at work

Table. 2
--------------------------------- ------- -------------------------------------------------- ---
kind of work Saving workwear Number Number
Employees of Employees
to one per
sink shower
------------ --------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------ || | Pollution skin civilian employees together 10 25a)
and his work clothes when working with working

arise ----------------------- ---------- ---------------------------------------- --------------------
Pollution skin employees doubled cabinet (separate 10 15
and his work clothes and work arises store
civilian clothes at work
--------------------------------- -------------- ---------------------------------------------- Heavy
physical work, double box (10 10
separated in hot environments - saving work and
significant contamination of the skin and civilian clothing)
work clothes dust, mineral oil and

chemical agents, work in activities

epidemiologically ^ b)
--------------------------------- - --------------------------------------------------
--------- working with allergens, chemical Separate locker rooms for working 5 5
carcinogens and mutagens, and especially civilian clothing (hygienic
if absorbed through the skin, the work loop) with
asbestos work with biological agents
if included in the
third and fourth categories by
law on the protection of public health
^ 10)
------------ --------------------- ----------------------------- -------------------------------
explanatory storing clothing:

A) Request the number of showers to employees when they are established.

B) Request the number of showers for the number of employees, if they are established in činnostechepidemiologicky
serious.

1) Council Directive 89/391 / EEC of 12 June 1989 on the introduction of measures
for improving the safety and health of workers at work.

Council Directive 89/654 / EEC of 30 November 1989 concerning the minimum
requirements for health and safety in the workplace.

EP and Council directive 2009/148 / EC of 30 November 2009 on the protection
workers from the risks related to exposure to asbestos at work.

Council Directive 90/269 / EEC of 29 May 1990 on the minimum requirements
safety and health requirements for the manual handling of loads
risk particularly of back injury to workers.

Council Directive 90/270 / EEC of 29 May 1990 on the minimum requirements
safety and health requirements for work with visual display units
.

Council Directive 98/24 / EC of 7 April 1998 on the protection

Workers from the risks related to chemical agents at work
.

Commission Directive 2000/39 / EC of 8 June 2000 establishing a first list of indicative
exposure limits in the workplace
implementation of Council Directive 98/24 / EC on the safety and health of workers before
risks related to chemical agents at work.

Directive of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2004/37 / EC of 29 April 2004
on the protection of workers from the risks related to exposure
carcinogens or mutagens at work (sixth individual Directive within the meaning of Article
. 16th paragraph. 1 of Council Directive 89/391 / EEC).

Commission Directive 2006/15 / EC of 7 February 2006 establishing a second
list of indicative occupational exposure limit values ​​in implementation
Council Directive 98/24 / EC amending Council Directive 91/322 / EEC and 2000/39 / EC.

Commission Directive 2009/161 / EU of 17 December 2009 laying down
third list of indicative limit values ​​for occupational exposure
implementation of Council Directive 98/24 / EC and amending Commission Directive | || 2000/39 / EC.

Directive of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2000/54 / EC of 18 September 2000 on
protection of workers from risks related to exposure to biological agents at work
.

Council Directive 94/33 / EC of 22 June 1994 on the protection of minors
workers.

2) Act no. 309/2006 Coll., Stipulating further requirements
occupational safety and health in labor relations and
ensure the safety and health activities or providing service outside labor
relations (Act on securing other conditions
occupational safety and health).

3) Decree no. 137/1998 Coll., On general technical requirements for construction
, as amended.

4) For example Act no. 18/1997 Coll., On peaceful use of nuclear energy
and ionizing radiation (the Atomic Act) and amending and supplementing certain acts
, as amended, and Government Regulation no. 148 / 2006 Coll.
health protection against adverse effects of noise and vibration, Government Regulation No.
. 480/2000 Coll., On health protection against non-ionizing radiation, Law no.
61/1988 Coll., On mining activities, explosives and state mining administration
Decree no. 22/1989 Coll., On safety and occupational health and safety
operation in mining and quarrying in the unreserved
minerals underground, as amended, Decree no. 165/2002
Coll., on separate ventilation for mining activity in gassy mines ,
amended, Decree no. 49/1993 Coll., on technical and material requirements
on equipping healthcare facilities, as
amended, Decree no. 369/2001 Coll., on general
technical requirements enabling use of buildings by persons with limited
mobility, as amended by Decree no. 492/2006 Coll.

5) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 852/2004 of 29 April 2004
food hygiene.

6) example (833615) DIN EN 14042 Workplace atmospheres - Operating
application and use of procedures for the assessment of exposure to chemical and biological agents
(833,618) CSN P CEN / TS 15279 workplace exposure - Measurement || | dermal exposure - Principles and methods (833,631) EN 689 atmospheres
workplace - Guidance for the assessment of inhalation exposure to chemicals
for comparison with limit values ​​and measurement strategy.

7) Act no. 18/1997 Coll., On peaceful use of nuclear energy and
ionizing radiation (Atomic Act) and amending and supplementing certain
Acts, as amended.

Government Regulation no. 1/2008 Coll., On health protection against non-ionizing radiation
, as amended Government Regulation no. 106/2010 Coll.

Decree no. 272/2011 Coll., On health protection against adverse
effects of noise and vibration.

7a) Act no. 505/1990 Coll., On metrology, as amended.

7b) EN ISO 7933 Ergonomics of the thermal environment - Analytical
determination and interpretation of heat stress using calculation of the predicted heat load
.

8) DIN EN ISO 9920 Ergonomics of the thermal environment - Evaluation of thermal insulation
apparel and clothing during evaporation resistance.

9) Act no. 258/2000 Coll., On protection of public health and amending
some related laws, as amended.

10) Act no. 356/2003 Coll., On chemical substances and

Preparations and amending certain laws, as amended.

11) § 39 of Act no. 258/2000 Coll., As amended by Act no. 274/2003 Coll.

12) Decree no. 432/2003 Coll., Laying down the conditions for classifying
work into categories, limit values ​​of biological exposure
tests, sampling conditions of biological materials for biological exposure tests
and requisites for reporting work with asbestos and biological agents
.

13) Decree no. 288/2003 Coll., Laying down the work and workplaces which are prohibited
pregnant women, nursing mothers, mothers
until the end of the ninth month after giving birth and juveniles, and the conditions under which may
juveniles exceptionally perform such work because of their professional training.

14) EN Light and lighting - Basic terms and criteria for determining
lighting requirements.

15) Act no. 281/2002 Coll., On some measures related to
Prohibition of Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxin Weapons and change
Trade Licensing Act, as amended.

16) CSN 73 0580 Natural lighting of buildings, CSN 36 0020 Integrated Lighting and
EN 12464-1 Light and lighting - Lighting of work places -
Part 1: Indoor work places.

17) EN 12464-1 Lighting of work places - Part 1: Inside
workspaces.

18) CSN 73 0580-1 - Daylight buildings.

EN 12464-1 Lighting of work places Part 1: Indoor work
spaces.

EN 12464-2 Light and lighting - Lighting of work places -
Part 2: Outdoor work areas.

19) DIN EN 1838 Light and lighting - Emergency lighting.

20) CSN 73 4108 Changing rooms, showers and toilets.

21) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1272/2008 on
classification, labeling and packaging of substances and mixtures, amending and repealing
Directives 67/548 / EEC and 1999/45 / EC and amending Regulation (EC) no. 1907/2006
amended by Commission Regulation (EC) no. 790/2009 and Commission Regulation (EU) no.
286/2011 of 10 March 2011
adaptation to technical and scientific progress, Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council
(EC) no. 1272/2008 on classification, labeling and packaging of substances and mixtures.

23) EN 124 64-2 Light and lighting - Lighting of work spaces
- Part 2: Outdoor work areas. EN 13201-1 to 4
Illumination roads.