Announceship : Announceship A, Technical Technical Statement on the Working Environment of Ships
In accordance with paragraph 1 (1), 2 and 3, sections 3, 5, section 20, paragraph 20. 4, section 27, paragraph. 4, and section 32, in the law on maritime safety, cf. Law Order no. 903 of 12. July 2007, which has been put into force on device no. 882 of 25. August 2008, on the entry into force of Greenland by law on maritime safety, shall be adopted according to the authority :
§ 1. The formula applies to all business activities carried out on board new and existing ships at home in Denmark and Greenland.
Paragraph 2. The detailed rules shall be printed in a staple form as annexes to this Regulation.
Paragraph 3. The people in paragraph 3. Paragraph 2 shall not limit the application of the Directives referred to in section 3.
Paragraph 4. The provisions of section 3 shall also apply to foreign ships which over a period of 14 days and over which are used in the case of construction works in Danish territorial waters.
Paragraph 5. Ships used solely for the carriage of goods and goods shall not be subject to paragraph 1. 4.
§ 2. The chapters and the captors are :
§ 3. The following Directives shall apply to Danish ships :
1) Council Directive 89 /391/EEC of 12. June 1989 on the implementation of measures to improve the safety and health of workers at work.
2) Council Directive 89 /655/EEC of 30. November 1989 on minimum safety and health requirements relating to the use of work equipment workers (other specific directive pursuant to Article 16 (2). 1, in Directive 89 /391/EEC), as amended by Council Directive 95 /63/EC of 5. December 1995, and Directive 2001 /45/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27. June 2001.
3) Council Directive 89 /656/EEC of 30. November 1989 on minimum safety and health requirements relating to workers ' use of personal protective equipment under the work (3rd Specific Directive in accordance with Article 16 (3). 1, in Directive 89 /391/EEC).
4) Council Directive 89 /686/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to personal protective equipment, as amended by Council Directive 93 /68/EEC and 93 /95/EEC.
5) Council Directive 90 /269/EEC of 29. May 1990 on the minimum safety and health requirements relating to the manual handling of burdens which may result in the risk of, in particular, back and lower damage to the workers (Fourth Specific Directive in accordance with Article 16 (1). 1, in Directive 89 /391/EEC).
6) Directive 2004 /37/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29. April 2004 on the protection of workers against the risks of exposure to carcinogens or mutagens (6th Specific Directive in accordance with Article 16 (4)). 1, in Directive 89 /391/EEC) (codified version).
7) Council Directive 91 /383/EEC on the addition of measures to improve safety and health at the workplace of workers who have a time-limited employment relationship or a temporary suspension.
8) Council Directive 92 /29/EEC of 31. March 1992 on minimum safety and health requirements in order to improve medical assistance on board ships.
9) Council Directive 92/58/EEC of 24. June 1992 laying down minimum requirements for safety and health advice under the work (the ninth specific directive in accordance with Article 16 (2). 1, in Directive 89 /391/EEC).
10) Council Directive 92 /85/EEC of 19. In October 1992 on the implementation of measures to improve safety and health at work for workers who are pregnant, who have recently given birth or are breastfeeding (Tenth Specific Directive in accordance with Article 16 (1). 1, in Directive 89 /391/EEC).
11) Council Directive 93 /103/EC of 23. Nov. Nov. 1993 on the minimum safety and health requirements at work on board fishing vessels (13th Specific Directive in accordance with Article 16 (3). 1, in Directive 89 /391/EEC).
12) Council Directive 94 /33/EC of 22. June 1994 on the protection of young people in the workplace.
13) Directive 2000 /54/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18. September 2000 on the protection of workers from the dangers of being exposed to biological agents during the work (Seventh Specific Directive in accordance with Article 16 (2). 1, in Directive 89 /391/EEC).
14) Council Directive 92 /57/EEC of 24. June 1992 laying down minimum safety and health requirements on temporary mobile construction sites (Eighth Specific Directive in accordance with Article 16 (3). 1, in Directive 89 /391/EEC).
15) Commission Directive 2001 /58/EC of 27. July 2001 on the second amendment to Directive 91 /155/EEC laying down the detailed rules for a specific information system for dangerous preparations for the implementation of Article 14 of Directive 1999 /45/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council dangerous substances for the implementation of Article 27 of Council Directive 67 /548/EEC (safety data sheets).
16) Council Directive 83 /477/EEC of 19. In September 1983, on the protection of workers from the dangers of being exposed to asbestos, as amended by Council Directive 91 /382/EEC of 25. June 1991, as amended by Directive 2003 /18/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27. March 2003. Council Directive 83 /478/EEC of 19. In September 1983 on the fifth amendment (asbestos) of Directive 76 /769/EEC on the approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States relating to the restriction of the marketing and use of certain dangerous substances and preparations. Council Directive 85 /610/EEC of 20. December 1985 on the seventh amendment of Directive 76 /769/EEC, Commission Directive 91 /659/EEC of 3. December 1991 adapting to the technical development of Annex I to Council Directive 76 /769/EEC and Commission Directive 99 /77/EC of 26. July 1999 on the sixth adaptation to the technical development of Annex I to Council Directive 76 /769/EEC.
17) Directive 1999 /92/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16. December 1999 laying down minimum requirements concerning the improvement of safety and health protection for workers who may be exposed from explosive atmospherities (five-part specific directive in accordance with Article 16 (2). 1, in Directive 89 /391/EEC).
18) Council Directive 98 /24/EC of 7. April 1998 on the protection of the safety and health of workers at work against the risks of chemical agents (14-year-EU special directive pursuant to Directive 98 /391/EEC, Article 16 (2). 1).
(19) Directive 2002 /44/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25. June 2002 on the minimum safety and health requirements for the exposure of workers to risks arising from physical agents (vibrations) (secuting special directive pursuant to Directive 89 /391/EEC, Article 16 (1). 1).
20) Directive 2003 /10/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 6. February 2003 on the minimum safety and health requirements relating to the exposure of workers to risks arising from physical agents (noise) (17-year-specific Directive in accordance with Directive 89 /391/EEC, Article 16 (2). 1).
§ 4. A copy of this printout shall be on board a merchant ship with four crew members or more including the master of the ship and in fishing vessels with a length of 45 metres and more. This does not exclude the use of electronic medium, provided that the formula can be read on board.
§ 5. The violation of this penmanship shall be punished by fined or imprisoned for up to a period of one year.
Paragraph 2. The sentence may go to prison for up to two years if there is
1) in the event of infringement, any injury to life or health, or induced, is threatened ;
2) were previously prohibited or injuns in respect of the same or equivalent conditions ; or
3) in the case of the infringement, or intended for the purpose of an economic benefit to the person concerned himself or others.
Paragraph 3. If the yield not confiscated resulting from the violation, the fine, including additional fine, shall be taken into account in particular of the size of a achieved or intended economic advantage.
Paragraph 4. Companies can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) punishable by the rules of the penal code 5. Chapter.
Paragraph 5. However, a legal person who proves to have done everything necessary to ensure a good and safe working environment cannot be penalised in cases where an employee violates the provisions of the regulatory provisions concerning the use of personal protective equipment ; any means of extraction, protective equipment or safety provisions that serve to protect the person themselves.
§ 6. If the relationship is covered by the regulation on the entry into force of Greenland by law on safety at sea, measures may be laid down in accordance with the criminal code of Greenland.
Paragraph 2. You in section 5, paragraph 1. 2, the said ratio shall be considered to be circumcicient circumstances.
Paragraph 3. If the proceeds are not confiscated, jfr. The section 116 (4) of the criminal code. 1, which has been obtained by the infringement, a fine, including additional fine, shall be taken into account in particular of the size of a achieved or intended financial advantage.
Paragraph 4. Is an offence committed by companies and so on. (legal persons), the legal person may be charged as such to be a liability. Is the infringement committed by the State, the Home Government of Greenland, a municipality, a community of communal covered by section 64 of the City Management Board and the construction boards, etc., or a builder's board, public authorities may be subject to the public authorities ; the authority of such a financial burden.
Paragraph 5. Where the person concerned is not resident in Greenland, or his association with Greenland society, moreover, such a looser has such a looser character that the preconditions for the use of measures are not present, the case may be considered or referred to : pursuit in Denmark.
§ 7. The formula will enter into force the 171. December 2009 .
Paragraph 2. Technical Statement A of 16. In August 2007, the work environment of ships is lifted.
§ 8. The following provisions shall not apply to Greenland :
This acquis lays down provisions for working environment conditions on board new and existing Danish ships. Foreign ships and platforms carrying out construction works in Danish territorial waters for a period of 14 days and more shall also be subject to the provisions laid down by the Community Directives.
The rule book shall consist of a short transcript and a number of annexes in the form of chapter bookmarkings.
The formula contains legal basis, the general area of application (the detailed area of application is available in the individual chapters), the penalty and entry into force of the chapter and a list of the content of the chapters. The chapters are printed as liabilities. A chapter may be divided into several booklets. On the front page of each booklet, the date, subject and table of contents of the chapter are listed.
In the future changes in the chapters, the change in the booklet shall be replaced. The chapter will be put into force when issuing a new transcript.
§ 8 in the formula specifies special provisions for Greenland. The provisions of this Section shall always check whether the provisions in question are in effect to Greenland in accordance with the provisions of Greenland.
Chapters II A on chemical working environment
The chapter has been changed, taking into account the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 2. 1907/2006 of 18. December 2006 on the registration, assessment and approval of and restrictions on chemicals (REACH), on the creation of a European Chemicals Agency and amending Directive 1999 /45/EC and repealing Council Regulation (EEC) No 793/93 and Commission Regulation (EC) No 1488/94 and Council Directive 76 /769/EEC and Commission Directive 91 /1 5 5 / EEC, 93 /105/EC and 2000 /21/EC (EU Official Journal of the European Official Journal (EU Official Journal) L396 of 30/12/06 s.1).
It shall be charged with the extension of the same safety standards as laid down in this Regulation by ships which are not covered by REACH. This means that the requirements for safety data sheets are changed, as is not permitted to be used products containing substances included in the list of substances in REACH, Annexes XIV and XVII, unless approved for the purpose of this Directive ; Article 56 of the Regulation or shall be used in accordance with the limits laid down in accordance with Article 67.
In the chapter, there are also some linguistic corrections. The term "mixtures" have now been used to accommodate language usage in REACH and inmate where appropriate. There may, however, be a lack of clarity about language use in future as a result of different languages of the existing legislation on chemical substances.
In addition, the word ' Supplier ' s instructions is consistent with the 'safety data sheet', since this will only be used in the future.
Chapter XII on the unemployment counties.
The economic framework for the Health Council has changed as a result of changes in the corresponding arrangements for the professions in the work environment.
Execution of work
Title A General provisions
Regulation 1 Use
1 The provisions of this Title shall apply to all work carried out on board ships and which are not covered by the work environment law.
2 Obligations shall be the responsibility of employers (hereinafter referred to as the shipowners), masters, working leaders and other persons working on board.
3 This Title contains provisions which are designed in the light of Council Directive no. 1989. 89 /391/EEC, EC Official Journal 1989 L 183, p. 1, and the Council Directive no. 92 /85/EEC, EC Official Journal 1992 L 348, p. 1.
Regulation 2 Planning and organisation of the work
1 The work must, in all stages, be planned and organised in such a way as to ensure that it can be fully justified in the field of safety and health. It must be observed that construction or plant design, plan designs, retail solutions and working methods, which may be dangerous for, or incidentally, prejudice the safety and health of the performance of the work shall be carried out. In addition, it must be ensured that the overall impact on the working environment in the short or long term does not impecate the safety or health of workers.
2 The planning and organisation of the work shall also take into account the precautionary principles set out in Annex 1. The assessment provided for in particular shall be carried out to the extent that it is of particular importance to safety and health at work, in writing.
3 The Danish Maritime Agency shall lay down guidelines for the detailed content of the assessment to be carried out in accordance with paragraph 1. 2 in the case of the type and tonnage of ships.
4 On the basis of the following paragraph : 2 assessed and cf. the precautionary principle specified in Annex 1 shall be taken in the necessary measures before the commencement of the work.
5 Duties in accordance with paragraph 1. 1-2 shall also apply to the planning of new or changes to existing jobs, work processes and methods, the introduction of new technologies, the acquisition of technical means, personal protective equipment and materials and materials.
6 The master shall ensure that all those who work on board are collaborating to create safe and healthy working conditions for all, regardless of their employment conditions.
7 The security organization must be given the opportunity to participate in the planning of the work, cf. paragraph 1-5, as well as in the control of the working environment, cf. rule 6.
8 In those ships, where no safety organisation is to be established, see the provisions of Chapter XI Section A on safety and greater fishing vessels and section B on safety work in smaller fishing vessels shall be provided for the participation of the workers in the first paragraph of this Article. 7 the planning of the work and control of the working environment.
Rule 3 Work for the work-General requirements
1 The work must be carried out in all stages in the field of safety and health in both a single and overall assessment of the environmental conditions of the working environment, which may, in the short or in the long term, have an impact on physical or mental health.
2 In the case of work which acts either physically or mentally harmful or incriminating in the short or long term, special work environmental measures must be implemented. Such measures may be specific welfare measures and other work environment measures necessary to prevent disease, depidation, accidents, etc.
3 Where the work is particularly able to endanger safety or health and where this hazard is not accommoable in any other way, breaks and limited working hours can be used as a preventive measure. The same measures are used where special work clothes and personal protective equipment are used.
4 In the performance of the work, the age, insight, work and other conditions of the employee shall be taken into account.
5 In particular, particularly sensitive risk groups, including pregnant women and amming workers, must be protected from dangers which, for them, are particularly serious.
6 When the master has been informed or otherwise known that a worker is pregnant or breast-feeding, the master shall ensure that, in the evaluation of health and safety at work, in the evaluation of the health and safety of the work, the master of the report shall be subject to the health and safety assessment. Rule 2 (2). 2, the assessment of whether the worker is exposed to impacts which may present a risk to the pregnancy or the amkeeping, cf. in particular those mentioned in Annex 2, the effects of which are affected.
7 If, then, it is estimated that there is a risk of a pregnant or amming subject to the victims referred to in paragraph 1. In the case of the impact assessment of the species, the extent and duration of the individual influence, it shall be determined whether this risk will have a negative impact on the pregnancy or the amyg; and to the extent to which it may be taken, measures pursuant to paragraph 1. 8 and 9.
8 The measures must, where possible, consist of technical measures or the way in which the workplace is to be taken. If it is not possible and reasonable in this way to obtain adequate protection for the worker, the risk must be met by means of the planning and organisation of work, including, where necessary, change of working time ; and limitation of night work.
9 If it is not possible to comply with paragraph 1, 8, the measures may be transferred to other work tasks which do not pose a danger to the safety and health of the pregnant or public health.
10 In the performance of the work, it shall be strived ;
10.1 any unilateral work that poses a risk to physical or mental health degradation in the short or long term, to be avoided or restricted ;
10.2 the rate of work so that it does not result in a risk of physical or mental health degradation in the short or long term ; and
10.3 the isolation of any work which may cause mental health degradation, to avoid or limit the risk of a risk.
11 In the performance of the work, it must be ensured,
11.1 the design of jobs, equipment, technical aids and the choice of working methods as far as possible to the persons to use these ;
11.2 adequate and effective remedies, such as lifting devices and means of transport, etc., are available to the extent necessary to ensure that the work can be carried out in a safe and sound manner.
Rule 4 The execution of the work-Special requirements
1 In ships where workers are employed whose workers are leased to the ship or otherwise made available to the ship by a foreign company, the shipowner and in his position shall be obliged to ensure that the work is planned ; shall be organised and carried out in safety terms and in the field of health and safety.
2 Before such work begins, the shipowner and in his place shall inform the master of the foreign company :
2.1 the required professional level, including where specific qualifications are required, are necessary ;
2.2 any claims on health certificates, and
2.3 the special nature of the work, including any danger of peril.
3 If an employed worker works alone in a work process and this could lead to a special danger to that person, the work must be organised in such a way as to meet this threat. If the danger is not met, the workers must not work alone.
4 It must be ensured that only workers who have been given the appropriate instruction have access to areas where there is a particular danger.
5 If the bodily or spiritual condition of a worker in certain worker may present an increased risk to this or his environment, the employed person shall not be employed by such works.
6 If it is estimated that the measures are assessed in accordance with Rule 3 (3). 7 is not sufficient to respond to the safety or health of the pregnant or public health, or to the employment of the relevant work. In such cases the master shall exempt her from the service on board and ensure that her subtractor is released.
7 In the performance of the work, it must be ensured,
7.1 effective measures have been taken to prevent accident hazards, including the specific risks caused by the movements of the ship ;
7.2 the risk of explosion, fire, poisoning and suffocation, etc. is effectively prevented ;
7.3 effective measures are taken to prevent leakage, leakage and the development of dust, smoke, steam, odor, gas and so on, where this may lead to a hazard to safety or health ;
7.4 effective measures are taken to protect workers where the work process or the conditions under which the work is carried out may lead to risk of disease infection ;
7.5 that the climate and lighting conditions are suitably safe and healthy, taking into account the work that has to be done. Measures must be taken, including measures to protect workers from strong heat or cold.
8 Do not want noise pollution to be avoided. The level of noise at work must therefore be kept as low as it is reasonable, with regard to technical progress. Set limit values must be complied with.
9 We don't want to avoid exposure to radiation. The effect of radiation in the work must therefore be kept as low as it is reasonable, with regard to technical progress. Radiation standards must be adhering to.
10 An inexuous effect on substances and materials must be avoided. The effects of substances and materials in the work must therefore be reduced as much as it is reasonable, taking into account technical progress. Set limit values must be complied with. The maximum levels for substances and materials shall be followed at all times.
11 Unnecessary physical loads and unsuitable employment positions or movements must be avoided. The work must therefore be as low as the work of which is reasonable, taking into account technical progress. Establishment limits must be observed.
Rule 5 Training and instruction
1 It must be ensured that each worker, regardless of the nature and duration of the function of the contract, receives adequate and appropriate training and instruction in carrying out the work in a tactity-free manner. Information shall be provided on known accident and disease hazards, which may be associated with their work, including in the case of work medical examinations employed by the worker.
2 Training and instruction shall in particular be made in the case of :
2.2 Change to Work Tasks.
2.3 Construction or alteration of work equipment.
2.4 Introduction of new technology.
3 The one in paragraph 1. 1 the training and instruction referred to above shall be adapted to the development, including the occurrence of new hazards, and, where necessary, repeated periodically.
4 The shipowner shall bear any expenditure on the one in paragraph 1. 1-3 the training and instruction required to be carried out during working hours.
5 It must be ensured that workers from an unfamiliar company carrying out work on board will receive appropriate instructions on the safety and health conditions that are important for their work.
Regulation 6 Control of the working environment
1 In order to ensure that the working environment continues to be suitably safe and sound, the shipowner and in his position shall ensure that :
1.1 the assessment, cf. Rule 2 (2). 2, and Rule 3 (3). 7 shall be on board the ship and audited when it is of particular importance for health and safety at work,
1.2 the expert assistance shall be obtained when necessary to establish whether the working conditions are suitably safe and in health and in health and in the field of health, and
1.3 to draw up a list and prepare reports on accidents at work, cf. the provisions of Chapter X, section A, concerning notification of accidents at work and so on to the Maritime Maritime Service.
2 It must be carried out effective control of the adverse effects of the health effects referred to in Rule 4 (4). 8-11, responding. Where there may be a health hazard due to gases, vapors and dust from substances and materials, or because of noise and radiation, the shipowner and in his place shall ensure that the conditions are in order, including that : the necessary measurements shall be carried out to carry out the checks. Target results must be on board.
General prevention principles
1 Prevention of risks.
2 Evaluation of risks that cannot be prevented.
3 Combating hazards at source.
4 Adaptation of the work to man, in particular as regards the design of the workplace and the choice of work equipment and work and production methods, in particular with a view to limiting monotonous work and work in a given rhythm and that : reduce the impact of such work on the health.
5 The penthouse to technical progress.
6 Replacement of what is dangerous to something that is safe and dangerous or less dangerous.
7 The planning of prevention to make it a coherent whole, in the prevention of technology, organization of the work, working conditions, social relations and the influence of factors in the working environment.
8 Adoption of measures for collective protection rather than measures for individual protection.
9 Instructional instruction of the workers.
Work Environment Effences
I Unemployment effects, there can constitu one risk for pregnant and breastfeeding cf. rule 3, paragraph 6 and 7.
1 The following physical working environment effects if these are considered to be possible to cause lesions on the fetus and / or may cause the placenta to tear loose in particular :
1.1 Stats, vibrations, or ship's movements.
1.2 Manual handling of heavy burdens which may involve risks, in particular, for the back and the lower.
1.4 Ionizing radiation.
1.5 Non-ionizing radiation.
1.6 Extremely cold and warmth.
1.7 Movement and positions (including permanent and outgoing work), mental and physical fatigue and other physical and psychological workloads related to the working tasks of workers.
1 Biological agents from risk groups 2, 3 and 4, cf. The technical regulation of the Maritime Management Agency on the Protection of Workers from biological agents, when these agents or therapeutic measures necessary to this end are dangerous to the health of the gravides and the foetal.
2 For example, it may be laboratory work on board the environmental ships carrying out the analytical work in connection with measurements on the aquatic environment and the external environment, or working with sewer waste on board, etc.
1 The following chemical agents, if it is recognised that they are dangerous to the health of the pregnant and the fostrel :
1.1 Substances and mixtures in accordance with the rules laid down by the Ministry for the classification and labelling, classification and labelling shall be classified and labelled,
1.1.1 R40 Risk of irreversible damage to health,
1.1.2 R45 can cause cancer,
1.1.3 R46 could cause genetic damage to genetic genetic damage.
1.1.4 R61, could damage the child during pregnancy,
1.1.5 R63, risk of injury to the child during pregnancy ; and
1.1.6 R64 can hurt kids in the amme period.
1.2 Substances and materials subject to the provisions on measures to prevent the risk of cancer by working with substances and materials in ships.
1.3 Substances and materials covered by the Work in the Work shall be published on materials containing volatile substances, including organic solvents.
1.4 Fighting funds.
1.5 Narcotic gas.
1.6 Mercury and mercury compounds.
1.7 Carbon monoxide.
1.8 Chemical agents, which are demonstrably resulting in recording through the skin.
1 Unemployment effects, there can constitu one Special risk for pregnant :
1.1 Work under high pressure, for example in pressure cages and in the diving.
1.2 Lead and lead compounds, if there is a risk that these agents will be included in the human organism.
1 Unemployment effects, there can constitu one Special risk for Ackling :
1.1 Lead and lead compounds.
Section B Unges work in ships
Regulation 1 Use
1 The provisions of this section include the employment of young people under the age of 18 working on board ships.
2 Obligations shall be the responsibility of employers (hereinafter referred to as shipowners), masters and labour.
3 This Title contains provisions implementing Council Directive 94 /33/EC of 22. June 1994 on the protection of young people in the workplace, the Community Official Journal 1994 L 216 s. 12.
4 In the case of more stringent employment in ships, including higher age limits for certain types of work in other rules, these provisions shall apply in advance of the provisions of this Title.
The duties of the master of the master of the master.
1 In the employment of young people, the choice of working tasks and the planning and organisation of work must be called upon to ensure that the work can be carried out in a safe and healthy way.
2 Measures in accordance with Rule 2 (2). 1, cf. Rule 2 (2). Whereas, in the light of an assessment of the risks, the work provides for young people, taking into account the particular risks attributable to their lack of experience, lack of awareness of risks or of the risks arising from the risks, the work proposes for young people, the fact that they are not yet fully developed. In addition, the physical, biological, chemical and psychological effects must be taken into account both in the short term and in the long term, to which young people may be exposed.
3 The master shall ensure that young people are given a thorough training and instruction in carrying out their work in danger. The master shall, in particular, be aware of the measures taken with regard to their safety and health.
4 Where there are instructions on substances and materials, technical remedies and so on for use in the crew during the work, the master shall ensure that young people are familiar with the information provided in the instructions.
5 The work must be carried out under effective supervision of a person who is 18 years old and has the necessary insight into the nature of the work.
6 The master shall involve the crew and the security organisation in the planning, implementation and control of the safety and health aspects of young people in the field of work.
7 In ships where young people are employed, whose workers are leased to the ship or otherwise made available to the ship by a foreign company, the shipowner or in his position shall be obliged to ensure that their work is planned ; shall be organised and carried out in safety terms and in the field of health and safety.
Rule 3 Certain forms of work which young people under 18 are not allowed to perform
1 Young people must not be employed by regulations in regulation 4 to 18 types of work unless expressly provided otherwise.
2 Work that forms a necessary part of apprenticeship, one of the Maritime Training Board approved aspirant training, EFG training or equivalent training of at least two years of professional competence, exempted from the prohibitionist activities ; the rules, four, five, paragraph. One, six, paragraph. 2, 8 to 12 and 19 (3). 2 and 3 to the extent that this is necessary for the implementation of the training. In the case of work after the end of training, the same exceptions apply to the extent that they are necessary for the employment of young people.
3 Work in fishing ships forming part of a training in one of the Maritime Services approved fishing vessels may be exempting from the prohibition in the rules 4, 5, paragraph 1. One, six, paragraph. 2, 8 to 12 and 19 (3). 2 and 3, to the extent that this is necessary for the implementation of the training. In the case of work after the end of training, the same exceptions apply to the extent that they are necessary for the employment of young people.
4 Paragraph 2 and 3 shall not apply to, however, work with or on other means of exposure to lead and asbestos.
Rule four Unlucky hazards
Young people must not be employed by means of technical means, facilities or work processes listed in Annex 1, or with the work of similar colliness.
Rule 5 Health hazards when working with certain substances and materials
1 They shall not be subjected to any other way to the effects of the substances and materials listed in Annex 2 in any other way.
2 It is permitted to employ young people at work processes, in which the substances and materials listed in Annex 2 are included if the processes are in closed systems or the young in another similar manner are assured against the effects.
Rule 6 Noise and vibrations
1 Young people must not be exposed to noise or vibrations that could endanger their health.
2 Young people must not work with vibrating handtools with a vibration level over 130 dB (HA).
3 In cases where it is in accordance with Rule 3 (3). 2 and 3 are allowed young people to carry out work with vibrating tools, the daily work must be organised, so that there are frequent interruptions.
Regulation 7 Other safety and health hazards-Physical workloads
1 Young people must not be exposed to physical stresses which are detrimental to their health or development in the short or long term.
2 Unnecessary physical loads and unsuitable employment positions or movements must be avoided.
3 It must be avoided as far as possible to avoid young promises or burdens more than 12 kilograms.
4 However, this may be deviated from work carried out under the ergonomic appropriate conditions, but it must be sought to make the maximum amount of each one of the maximum number of 25 kilograms.
5 It should be avoided that young people in other work are subjected to higher loads than those referred to in regulation 7 (2). 3 and 4.
Rule 8 Akkordwork
Young people must not be employed by working, where the pace is determined by a machine and that involves acchwork.
Rule 9 Down and collapse
If a work is associated with risk of a or a breakdown, young people must not be employed in this way, before the danger is effectively met by technical measures which do not involve the use of personal protective equipment.
Rule 10 Extremely high and low temperatures
1 Young people must not be employed in an environment or by working, which, due to extremely high or extremely low temperatures, could endanger their safety.
2 In the case of ships belonging to Greenland, however, it is necessary to work at extremely low temperatures, provided that care is taken to ensure that the work can be carried out in a safe and healthy way.
Rule 11 Radiation
Young people must not be employed at work, where they are exposed to ionizing radiation.
Rule 12 High voltage
Young people must not be employed at work that poses a risk of high-voltage.
Rule 13 Coverage Haards
Young people must not be employed by working, which could result in suffocation as a result of a lack of oxygen (oxygen)-a poor atmosphere.
Rule 14 Pressure bottles
Young people must not be employed by filling the pressure cylinks.
Rule 15 Explosions Haunts
Young people must not be employed by working processes which could cause an explosion, unless effective technical measures have been taken to prevent injury to personal injury.
Rule 16 Respirin Tall
Young people must be employed at a maximum of four hours a day at work using fresh-equipped respiratory equipment.
Rule 17, high-air pressure.
Young people must not be employed at work in high air pressure, for example, in pressure from pressure.
Rule 18 Risiko for violence
Young people must not work alone, provided that the work can lead to a particular risk of exposure to violence.
Non-exhaustive list of technical remedies, facilities and work processes which young people under the age of 18 shall not be working on
1 Machinery displaced persons technical auxiliary means,
1.1 Machines with fast-moving fencing tools. 1)
1.2 Machinery with piston-like Movement (.1)
1.3 Machines with open valor or snagle.1)
1.4 Bland, painting-crushing-, and pecks, cutting machines, riveers and centrifuger.1)
1.5 Lock tools.
1.6 Apparatus for cleaning, paints, armor-treated or similar work with a work pressure of over 7MPa (70 bar).
2 Motor tools etc.
Industrial trucks and forks and forks and forklift trucks as regards the work of the driver or operator.
3 Machinery displaced persons lifting devices or hauliers, lifts, cranes, worksplatforms, The handesses, Play and Trawl shovels.
However, young people are allowed to operate pressurep lifts.
List of substances and materials which young people under the age of 18 shall not be subjected to work in or in other ways
1 Substances and materials covered by regulation 2 (1). 2, no. in Chapter II, Section A, used on board ships and as :
A : marks with the following danger symbols and indications of danger :
Tx, very toxic
Substances and materials equipped with the risk phrases :
R39, Danger for varig alvorlig skade på helbred
R45 May cause cancer
R46 May cause inherit genetic damage
R60 May damage reforestation
R61 May damage the child during pregnancy
B : Tags with danger symbol and indication of danger Xn, harmful to health and at the same time at least one of the following risk phrases :
R40, Risk of irreversible damage to health
R42 May cause sensitisation by inhalation
R48, Serious health hazard on longer exposure
R62, Risk of prejudice to reproductive system
R63, Risk of injury to child during pregnancy
C : marked by the symbol of danger and the indication of danger Xi, irritant and, at the same time, the risk phrase shall be :
R43 Can cause sensitization when contact with skin
D : In addition to the following risk phrase :
R12, Highly flammable.
2 Substances and processes that are included in the Work-7 list of substances and processes considered to be carcinogenic in the view of the limit values for substances and materials.
3 Material containing more than 0,1% of substances referred to in paragraph 1. 2.
4 Organic solvents included in the Work-7 list of organic solvents, cf. The AT instructions for the limit values for substances and materials.
5 Material containing more than 0,5% by solvents referred to in paragraph 1. 4.
6 Congeological agents in groups 3 and 4, cf. The technical text of the Maritime Management Agency on the protection of workers from the dangers of being exposed to biological agents during the work.
7 Lead and lead compounds in so far as they can be recorded in the human organism.
9 Handling of fireworks articles as well as various objects, machinery, etc., which contain explosives.
Chemical Work Environmental Impact
TITLE A Substances and Materials
Regulation 1 Use
1 The provisions include any work on substances and materials, including use, handling, storage, transport and disposal, and other work which, because of its nature or conditions under which it is taking place, may present a risk to safety and health on board ships.
Rule 2 Definitions
1 For the purposes of these provisions :
1.1 Drugs. Basic substances and their compounds.
1.2 ' Materials ` means compositions of two or more substances, including biological materials.
1.3 ' Substances and materials which may be hazardous to or, incidentally, of low security or health ` shall mean :
1.3.1 Substances and mixtures that meet the criteria for classification as dangerous according to the rules laid down by the Ministry of the Environment for the classification.
1.3.2 Substances and materials which are included in the Work-7 List of Limits for Substances and Materials and Annexes thereto.
1.3.3 Materials containing 1% or more, for gaseous materials 0,2%, of a substance taken with a limit value in the Work-7's list of limit values for substances and materials.
1.3.4 Mixtures containing 1% or more, for gaseous mixtures 0,2%, of a substance that is classified as harmful or environmentally hazardous to the environment by the Ministry of the Environment, and the Ministry of Energy for classification.
1.3.5 Substances and materials which, due to their physicochemical, chemical or toxicological properties and the way in which they are used or present on board the ship may constitute a risk of the effects on the safety or health of workers.
1.4 "mixtures" : Mixture or solution composed of two or more substances.
1.5 ' Threshold of substances and materials ' means : unless otherwise specified, the limit on the weighted average concentration of a substance or material contained in the air on board ships inhaled by an employed person in relation to a specific set ; reference period.
1.6 ' biological limit value ` means the limit for the concentration of a given substance or material in a given biological environment, its degradation products in the organism (metabolites) or power indicators.
Rule 3 Negotiment
1 In the case of purchases in countries outside the European Community, the shipowner or the master shall ensure that the packaging is designed and labelled in accordance with the notice of the Ministry of the Environment at all times relating to the classification, packaging, the marking, sale and storage of chemical substances and mixtures, however, may be amended to read in English.
2 From 1. In June 2007, chemical substances and mixtures purchased in non-European Community countries must not contain any substances included in the inventory of substances in accordance with the establishment of the list of substances. REACH 1) , in Annex XIV and XVII, unless they are approved for the intended use, or used with the limits laid down in accordance with it.
3 The Maritime Agency may, at the request of the Sea, or, where appropriate, cause to do so, carry out investigations, where appropriate, by particular experts, and provide all information necessary to establish whether a substance or material has, effects which may pose a risk to safety and health.
Regulation 4 General provisions
1 The commuting shall contain additional rules to the technical rules concerning the operation of the work on board ships and the relevant provisions in the regulations concerning safety work in ships.
2 The work on substances and materials must, in all stages, be planned, be organized and carried out in the field of safety and health in both a single manner and an overall assessment of the conditions of the working environment which, in the short or long term, may have : impact on physical or mental health. Including needless impact on substances and materials shall be avoided, cf. the technical requirements concerning the operation of the work on board ships.
Rule 5 Workplace Assessments (APV ' s), etc.
1 The shipowner or in his position shall ensure that written workplace assessments of the safety and health conditions on board should be drawn up, in particular with a view to ensuring a written processing method in connection with the procedure ; planning, organisation and execution of the workplace assessment, and to ensure that the result is made visible.
2 A workplace assessment must be drawn up taking into account the nature of the work, the technical aids, substances and materials, working methods and work processes used on the ship, the layout of the workplaces, the ship ' s size and the ship ' s size.
3 A workplace assessment must be carried out in accordance with Rule 6 (3). 1 the general prevention principles referred to shall include a position to take account of the working environment problems on the ship and how they are to be resolved. The necessary solutions must be specified in the workplace assessment.
4 A workplace assessment must be updated when changes are made to the work, working methods and work processes, etc. which affect the working environment on board the ship, but not later than every three years.
5 A workplace assessment shall be provided on board the ship and be available to the shipowner, master of staff, working managers, other workers and the Maritime Maritime Service.
6 If the master does not, in cooperation with the security organisation, have the necessary insight into the preparation of the workplace assessment, the shipowner or master shall obtain assistance from the Maritime Safety Agency or the Fisheries Agency ' s Agency for the Agency ' s working environment ; other experts in particular.
7 In the case of hazardous substances and materials on board including cargo, in addition to the provisions of regulation 5 (3), 1-6, enter the following assessment elements in the Workplace Assessment, cf. however, Rule 5 (5), 14 :
7.1 the dangerous characteristics of substances and materials,
7.2 the degree of exposure, type and duration,
7.3 the circumstances of the work of dangerous substances and materials, including the quantity,
7.4 the effect of the preventive measures taken or are to be taken,
7.5 where possible, conclusions may be drawn from available work medical examinations,
7.6 any set limit values ; and
7.7 information on safety and health provided by the supplier or the shipowner.
8 The shipowner or in his place the master of the supplier or other readily available sources shall obtain additional information necessary for the workplace assessment.
9 The assessment must also include a list of the hazardous substances and materials used in the workplace, with reference to the appropriate workplace instructions, cf. rule 10 (1). 1-5.
10 Repair and maintenance work o.l; on board ships may be anticipated to give rise to significant effects from substances and materials, or which may prejudice the safety and health of other reasons, even if technical decisions have been taken ; measures shall be included in the workplace assessment.
11 Where the work involves the risk of exposure to more substances or materials, the overall risk of the various substances and materials must be assessed.
12 To the extent that the above assessment is carried out in regulation 5 (2). 1-11, the danger to the safety and health of workers, in regulation 8 and 9, should be taken.
13 However, it is not necessary to take these particular measures if the assessment shows that the quantity of hazardous substances and materials does not pose a risk of impecreate risk.
14 The provisions of regulation 5 (5). 7-11 shall not apply where the shipowner or in his position shall show that the nature and extent of the effects of the hazardous substances and materials are of negligible proporces and that measures are unnecessary.
15 The working space assessment may result from the assessment, including the measures to be taken, by reference to the work out instructions produced in accordance with Rule 10 (2). 1-5.
Rule 6 Preventive principles
1 To the extent that the above assessment is followed, cf. rule 5 (5), 1-11, the impact of substances and materials must be removed or minimised in the course of the completion of the work, cf. Rule seven, paragraph 7. 1-8, and rule 8, paragraph 1. 1 :
1.1 the removal of the quantity of hazardous substances and materials is replaced (substituted) or restricted to the minimum necessary for the work ;
1.2 through the direction of the place of work,
1.3 using technical means,
1.4 by limiting the number of workers exposed or at risk of exposure to the effects of dangerous substances and materials to a minimum,
1.5 adequate hygiene measures,
1.6 by appropriate working methods, including safe handling, storage, transport on board ships and the disposal of dangerous substances and materials ; and
1.7 by using appropriate personal protective equipment.
2 Paragraph 1.1 shall not apply to the transport of substances and materials as cargo.
3 The workers working on dangerous substances and materials shall be required before the work carried out by the Agency for the Agency for the Review of the Maritime Safety Agency. This must be able to be documented.
Regulation 7 Erstate Substances and Materials (Substitution principle)
1 The shipowner or in his master shall ensure that dangerous substances and materials in the workplace are removed, replaced (substituted) or restricted to a minimum.
2 Paragraph 1 shall not apply to the transport of substances and materials as cargo.
3 Measures taken pursuant to paragraph 1. 1 in particular by substituting a hazardous substance or material with a non-hazardous, less hazardous or less-generating material or work process.
4 It must, in particular, be ensured that the substances and materials are used in the form that results in at least the risk of exposure to the work.
5 If compensation is not possible, this shall be documented in the request of the Maritime Service.
6 Replacement must be carried out regardless of the insignificant effects of the harmful substances and materials.
7 Where the use of the replacement material or material will result in significant differences in the technical characteristics or expenditure, a total weighing of the technical and economic consequences must be taken against the safety and health considerations of the health and safety.
8 If compensation cannot be carried out in accordance with paragraph 1, 6 or shall be omitted because a single weighting of the weighting of paragraph 1 shall 7 shows that the use of a replacement substance or material will result in unreasonable additional costs for the shipowner, on request must be documented to the Maritime Service.
9 The ship ' s security organisation shall be forfeit in the evaluation of substitutes (substitution) may be carried out in accordance with Rule 5 (5). Fourteen and paragraph. 3-8.
Regulation 8 Special measures
1 If, because of the specific nature of the work, it is not possible after regulations 5, 6 and 7 to remove the effects on the safety and health of workers, the shipowner or in his position shall be the master of the evaluation in regulation 5 (5). 1-11, take the following measures in that order :
1.1 organize working methods, carry out technical checks and use suitable work equipment and appropriate materials to avoid or reduce discharges from dangerous substances and materials ;
1.2 use collective protective measures at risk, such as adequate ventilation and the appropriate organisation of work ; and
1.3 use individual protective measures, including personal protective equipment.
2 In the case of special measures, work medical examinations must be carried out, where appropriate.
3 Except in other ways, unless the shipowner or in his position may be demonstrated in other ways that the said special measures have been adequately protected, the shipowner or in his place shall be kept regularly or in his place, and when changes are made ; where the conditions of exposure to the exposure of workers to dangerous substances and materials may pose a risk to the exposure of the workers to dangerous substances and materials, in particular where they are deemed necessary to comply with the limit values.
4 The shipowner or in his position shall take account of the results of the results referred to in paragraph 1. 3 mentioned measurements shall be made in the preparation and updating of the workplace assessment.
5 If the work is such that it is not possible to prevent the presence of hazardous concentrations of flammable substances and materials or dangerous quantities of chemically unstable substances and materials, the shipowner or the place of his place ; the master of the workplace assessment and the general prevention principles shall take measures, in particular, in order to be in the order in that order :
5.1 to avoid the presence of sources of ignition which may result in fires and explosions or undesirable circumstances which may result in chemically unstable substances or materials induces harmful physical effects, and
5.2 to minimise the harmful effects on the safety and health of workers in the event of fires or explosions resulting from the flammable substances or materials, or harmful physical effects resulting from chemical unstable substances ; or materials.
Regulation No 9 measures in the event of an accident, etc.
1 If the use of hazardous substances and materials in the workplace causes accidents, accidents or imminent danger thereof, the shipowner or in his place shall immediately take measures to counter its effects and notify them ; the workers accordingly.
2 The shipowner or in his master shall ensure that only workers whose work makes it necessary shall have access to the affected areas. These workers shall be provided with appropriate personal protective equipment, cf. the technical requirements laid down in Chapter VII, Section A, concerning the use of personal protective equipment on board ships.
3 The shipowner or in his position shall ensure that information on emergency measures concerning hazardous substances and materials is available to the workers on board.
4 The information must be provided on :
4.1 Whereas, in the case of dangerous substances and materials, the dangers and the materials, measures to identify hazards must be carried out in order to make the necessary measures ; and
4.2 all available information on particular hazards that may arise in connection with accidents and accidents.
Rule 10 Workplace instructions
1 Where workers are employed on board working with dangerous substances and materials, for each substance or material on the basis of it from the supplier, the material or material shall be received ; safety data sheets or equivalent information, cf. in Annex 1, a work order instruction shall be drawn up. The shipowner or in his position shall ensure that the safety data sheets are obtained and to ensure that the workers and their representatives have access to the information in the safety data sheet. In addition to the information specified in the safety data sheet, the work order ' s use must be supplemented by ship and workplace relevant information as regards the following headings in Annex 1 :
4. First Aid Measures.
5. Fire control, including information on fire prevention.
6. Precaterms of accident discharge, including information on waste disposal.
7. Handling and storage, including information on storage.
8. Exposure control / personal protective equipment including information concerning exposure to the substance or the material and the special working clothes and personal protective equipment and, where appropriate, the prohibition on the exclusive use of the material.
13. Disposal, including information on the precautions of disposal, where such is contained in the safety data sheet for the substance or mixture.
16-Other information, including application fields.
2 The working space instruction manual shall be updated as necessary.
3 The working space instruction manual must be kept available to the workers.
4 Employed persons involved in substances and materials must be guided by the use of such materials and have the workplace instruction manual provided with effective instructions.
5 The working space instruction must be in Danish, and if another language is used as a working language, also on this. The working space instruction must be easy to understand for the workers.
6 You rule 10, paragraph 1. 1-5 requirements for deskuse instructions shall not apply to substances and materials to be transported as cargo, but the shipowner or in his place the master shall be required to use the workplace assessment, cf. rule 5 (5), 1-11, provide similar information.
7 The shipowner or in his seat shall inform the safety organization of relevant limits for the hazardous substances and materials. In ships in which no safety organisation is to be established, workers shall be informed accordingly.
Rule 11 Work medical examinations
1 The shipowner shall ensure that the workers deemed to be exposed to the risk of exposure to substances and materials in accordance with Rule 5 (5) (1). 1-11, have access to a medical examination.
2 The examination must be carried out in accordance with the provisions of the technical requirements concerning the safety of work carried out by law on safety at sea, provided that :
2.1 the effects of such a type in the case of identifiable disease or the deterioration of the health of the health may be carried out in the context of the postponement ;
2.2 It is likely that the disease or its effects may arise during the specific working conditions of the employed person ;
2.3 the test method used only means low risk to the worker ; and
2.4 they have effective techniques for detecting indications of the disease or the impact.
3 The Danish Maritime Agency shall make the shipowner and the ship aware of the effect of the results of the medical examination for new measures, including updating of the workplace assessment, ongoing health examination of the workers, and measures in connection with the planning and organisation of work.
Safety data sheet information
This Annex shall be informed of the information contained in the safety data sheet as REACH, 1) () contains.
In accordance with REACH, a chemical safety report shall be drawn up for a number of substances and mixtures, where the relevant uses and exposure scenarios are to be given. These exposure scenarios must, as an annex to the safety data sheet, must be used.
The users must also, where possible, report back to the producer or importer if, when used by the chemical, they detect any other hazards or health consequences as indicated in the safety data sheet.
The security data sheet must have the following 16 headings, contain information about it and be dated ; 2) .
1 . Identification of substance or chemical mixture.
Information on the trade name, registration number, principal use, and description of the functioning of the substance. Name, address, telephone, and e-mail of the marketing and supplier user manual and emergency call number at the company and / or the official advisory body.
2. Hazard identification
Description of hazards for people and the environment.
3. Composition / piece of content substances.
Description of ingredients and their concentrations.
4 . First aid measures.
Perceptible and easily understandable information about symptoms, first-aid and, if applicable, on medical assistance is required.
5. Fire control.
Fire safety information.
6. Precaterms with the spill by accident.
Information on the measures to be wasted.
7. Handling and storage.
Information on handling and storage precautions.
8. Exposure control / personal protective equipment.
Information on the exposure of substances or mixtures, including appropriate work processes, technical checks, special work clothes, personal protective equipment and, where appropriate, bans on all work.
9. Physico-chemical properties.
10. Stability and reactivity.
Indication of the stability of a substance or chemical mixture, as well as the possibility of dangerous reactions occurring during the conditions of certain uses and release to the environment.
11. Toxicological information (health-dangerous properties).
Information about whether or not. symptoms of ingestion or admission into the organism,
12. Environmental information
Information about the most important effects on the environment.
Information on the disposal of measures.
14. Transport information.
Information on internal and external transport.
15. Information about regulation
Information on any possible. the chemical safety assessment or the subject of specific Community provisions.
16. Other information
any other information such as R-phrases, training or instruction, age restrictions in the use, essential sources for the development of safety data sheets ; inter alia
Section B Codenumbered products
Regulation 1 Use
1 The provisions of this Title shall apply to work on board ships with codenumbered products.
2 The provisions of this Title shall not apply to work covered by the work environment law in land.
3 The provisions of this Title shall include the work of products listed in Annex 1 and for which a code number is to be fixed in accordance with the Order of the Safety of Work on the fixing of code numbers. In addition, products that are used for preparation and completion of these work shall be subject to the following.
4 The provisions of this section shall also include work on substances and materials covered by the Order of Work for Epoxy and isocyanates and so on.
Rule 2 Definitions
1 "A code number for a product" is a two-digit combination connected with a hyphen where :
1.1 ' the number before the hyphen ` means the safety measures which must be taken at least from the inhalation of fumes from the product content of the volatile components, including organic solvents, and
1.2 ' the number of the hyphen ` indicates the safety measures which must be at least in contact with the product on skin, in the eyes and in the air or the ingestion of intake.
Rule 3 The work of the work
1 Work with products covered by the provisions of this Title shall be planned, organized and carried out in accordance with the provisions of this paragraph and, in addition, in accordance with the provisions of Chapter I, Section A, of the work of the work ; Execution on board ships.
2 For substances and materials covered by Rule 1 (1). 4, the work must also be organized and carried out in such a way as to avoid skin contact.
Rule 4 Codenumre
1 The master of the vessel shall ensure that a product, cf. Rule 1 (1). The number of three and four before being used is fitted with a code number.
2 The code number of a product must be clearly shown on the packaging or otherwise provided in writing. The reason for the entry into force of the Board of Work in force after the code number is fixed must be entered in conjunction with the code number.
3 The code number must be reported in the workplace instructions to be drawn up in accordance with the provisions of Chapter II (A) on substances and materials used on board ships.
4 For substances and materials covered by Rule 1 (1). 4, furthermore, the supplier and workplace instruction must contain information on whether the substance and material contains epoxy resins, monomers epoxycompounds, reactive solvents or isocyanates, as well as on the substance or the encoding period of the material.
5 The master shall ensure that, for a product in which the mixture of several components or the addition of the dilution instrument is required, a code number has been fixed for both the products alone and for the user ' s consumption.
6 For a product where a particular temperature is required, a code number shall be fixed for the product at ambient temperature and for the product at the temperature prescribed at the prescribed temperature.
7 The packaging or communication on the code number shall also indicate that the respiratory system must be fitted to the air if a product contains low-boiling fluids (substances with boiling point less than 65º C as well as a series of other substances absorbed ; low on coal filters) and if the work on the product is to be used as protection against the breathing hazards.
Regulation No 5 Product (s)
1 A product, including the usable mixture, must not be used without the code number of the product being lit. Information on this subject must be made available to the workers.
2 If the necessary information on the fixing of code number cannot be obtained, the product requirements shall correspond to the highest code numbers.
3 For substances and materials covered by Rule 1 (1). The same applies to the use of a spatter (aerosol/contusion), but only manually by means of partel, paintbrush, malerscroll, fuge pistol or similar.
4 Persons with eczema, observed epoxyallergi, asthma, chronic pulmonary suffering, diagnosing skin or respiratory allergy or heavy hands (hyperhidrosis manuum) must not be used for substances and materials covered by regulation 1 (1). 4.
5 Employed persons who work on substances and materials covered by the provisions of this Title shall, before the execution of the work, review one of the Maritime Management Board (s).
6 The master or the person who enters his place shall ensure that the person referred to in paragraph 1 shall be that the master of the vessel shall be shown. 5 said education shall take place.
7 For work processes, products that are not in use with higher numbers in the code number are not used in the code number other than those specified in the table 2.1 in Annex 2.
8 The provisions of paragraph 1. 7 may be derogated from when, pursuant to other legislation, special requirements are made for the characteristics of the surface or the finished work.
9 A product may not be used if the intended use may be replaced by an undangerous, less dangerous or less-generating product. Therefore, a product with the lowest possible code may be used in useful dynamometer.
10 Where the use of a replacement product will not result in insignificant differences in the technical characteristics or expenditure, a general weighing of the technical and economic consequences must be undertaken in respect of the safety, health and environmental considerations.
11 The ship ' s security organisation shall be forfeit in the assessment of whether compensation can be made.
12 If compensation cannot be carried out in accordance with paragraph 1, 9, or the use of the product may not be omitted, because a single weighing in accordance with paragraph 1 shall not be made. 10 shows that the use of a replacement offering will result in unreasonable additional costs for the shipowner / employer, as required by the Danish Maritime Service.
Policy 6 Protective measures
1 In the case of work on products, including provisioning and completion of the work, measures shall be taken to ensure that persons working on the products are as protected as possible against exposure to the products used. Primarily, this must be done by technical measures, cf. the precautionary principles laid down in Chapter I, section A on the operation of the work on board ships.
2 In addition, in the field of work, measures must be taken to protect the environment.
3 Where they are in paragraph 1. The technical measures referred to above are not reasonably capable of being implemented, or where the conditions are not, by the way, against the risk of unnecessary exposure, in Annexes 2 to 4, as a minimum is taken.
4 In the case of work on hot surfaces with a temperature above 35º C, the security measures shall be determined from the code number, since the number before the hyphenation is increased to the nearest higher number. In addition, respiratory swarm must always be used in the form of the whole mask.
5 After the completion of the individual work with the products and until the products which have been incurred are dried or hardened to a degree that the danger of harmful effects to health is discharged, the security measures shall be provided for in accordance with Rule 5 (5). 9-12 continue to be followed.
6 Whereas, at the same time, more workers are required to carry out work with the products so close that there is a danger of health risks other than those which may be assigned to their own work, sufficient shall be taken in order to ensure that : safety precautions for health hazards.
7 Other than those carrying out the work on the products or necessary work shall not be allowed to stay as close to the work as they may be exposed to harmful effects on health.
8 For substances and materials covered by rule 1 (1). 4, moreover, the warning board shall also be set up, cf. the provisions of Chapter VIII (A) concerning signalling, security signs, marking and drawing-up.
9 Work with respiratory work shall not exceed either 6 hours on a working day when air-bearing respiratory work is used or 3 hours on a working day when using filter respiratory. In particular incriminating situations as a result of the nature of the work, temperature conditions or the like of the work, time must be reduced. Work with respiratory work must not be uninterrupted.
10 Estimates the organisation of the worker ' s employment by means of filtration of the employed by filtration of respirators will be well over the provisions of paragraph 1. 9 fixed period, air-bearing respiratory functions are to be used as early as the start of the work. If the work is so physical exerting that the breathing through a filter mask is going to be difficult because of the resistance, respiratory respiratory must be used.
11 Where work on substances and materials is worked, there must be adequate first aid equipment, including the eye flushing.
Rule 7 Storage and hygiene
1 The substance and material must be stored in a reasonable way.
2 For substances and materials covered by Rule 1 (1). 4, moreover, waste, leftovers, empty packaging, discarded work clothes and used disposable towels must be placed in special waste containers, which must be clearly marked with the content.
3 In the case of codenumbered products, the personal protective equipment shall be stored in ventilated cabiners, spaces or other areas of the ship outside the crew accommodated spaces.
4 People who work on substances and materials covered by regulation 1 (1). Four, I want separate dressing rooms. Regular clothing and industrial clothing must be kept separate, and there must also be access to cartias with hot and cold water.
5 Handwashed with hot and cold water must be accessible. In the work of substances and materials covered by rule 1 (1), Four, the water faucet must not be hand-operas.
6 In the case of the washing facilities, suitable detergent, mild soap, smooth, disposable handsuits and suitable skin cream shall be used for the detection of washing and the waste container.
Rule 8 Other provisions
1 For substances and materials covered by Rule 1 (1). The fourth point also applies to the need for workers to have a careful personal hygiene.
2 If the hands or other parts of the body have been in contact with the substances or materials, they shall be cleaned immediately with appropriate detergent. After that, they must be washed thoroughly with soap and water and to be placed with appropriate skin creams.
3 The consumption of food and drinking, as well as smoking on the workplace, must not be allowed.
4 Work noise, used in the work of substances and materials, must not be carried under meals.
5 The master or the person who steps in his place shall ensure that effective supervision of the rules laid down in paragraph 1 shall be carried out. One-point-four is respected by workers.
Codenomummerdution-products, cf. Rule 1 (1). 3-4
1 Malevars and malevarersimilar surface coverings.
2 Lime (clingers), including organic solvents and fill-out means, including fumes, carpet and spartels, and kit used for the addition of repair work, e.g. in accommodation.
13 Dilusions used for the above products and products used in preparation and completion by working with the above products, including degreasing agents, detergents and crayons.
4 Products used when provisioning and finalization of the above products, including detergents and crayons, are used.
1 The area of the Annex
1.1 Work with products indoors on ships and on 'ordinary' installations in these areas, such as pipes, installation doors and closets.
2 Procurement Schema
2.1 In schema 2.1, the maximum permissible number before the hyphen goods in use in usable mix for maleable products is indicated.
3.1 ' Letting of the overclosures shall be carried out by tarps or other tent-frag-like material which allows a certain air circulation through openings and incarcases.
3.2 ' Working rooms with the installation of mechanical ventilation ` are work rooms which are acceptable for work on major issues and equipped with adequate mechanical ventilation.
4 Security measures
4.1.1 Mechanical ventilation must be established, as specified in schema 2.2.
4.2 Personal protective equipment
4.2.1 The personal protective equipment to be used in each of the work shall be provided by the form of a scheme 2.3. Appendiability shall be included or merged according to the principles set out in Annex 4 in accordance with the principles set out in Annex 4, as well as the value added for the number before the hyphenum.
The notes are also found in Appendix 4.
Highest allowable numbers before the hydenum in the code number of maleable products in usable collude to malework indoors
Requirements for the establishment of ventilation indoors
Table 2.2 continued
Requirements for the establishment of ventilation indoors
Personal protective equipment and special industrial noise
Working with products in the case of paint, malevans-like surface coating, glue, clinging and fumigation indoors ;
Schema 2.3 continued
Personal protective equipment and special industrial noise
Working with products in the case of paint, malevans-like surface coating, glue, clinging and fumigation indoors ;
*) Low surfaces are surfaces that are not greater than 4m, 2 which together make up 1/10 of the entire surface in a room.
1 Bilas area
1.1 Work with products outdoors on ships, including, for example, work on :
tyres, mascot, antennae and master, fixed machines, etc.
1.2 Outdoor work must, as far as possible, be carried out with efficient natural ventilation or under easy overcover with fitted mechanical ventilation.
2 Security measures
2.1 Personal protective equipment.
2.2 It is specified in schema 3.1, the personal protective equipment to be used for the individual work.
2.3 Appendiability shall be included or merged according to the principles set out in Annex 4 in accordance with the principles set out in Annex 4, as well as the value added for the number before the hyphenum.
The notes are also found in Appendix 4.
Personal protective equipment and special work clothes on outdoor work
Choices of personal protective equipment
1 Notes to schema 2.3 and 3.1 for personal protective equipment
0) When it is stained and repaired by minor surfaces where total consumption is not more than 1 litres of product per product per Day, there can be out of the niches and the same. work without respiratory work.
1) For brief work, such as staining and servicing to a limited extent (maximum 1 hour per hour today), the gas filter mask may be used. However, respiratory respiratory work must be used for work with products containing low-boiling fluids.
2) For short term work, e.g. staining and servicing to a limited extent (maximum 1 hour per hour today), the combination filter mask can be used. If the combo mask mask replaces the whole mask, eye protection must also be used. However, respiratory respiratory work must be used for work with products containing low-boiling fluids.
3) If the hands are not soiled by the product, then there can be work without gloves.
4) In the case of stocking work, use must be used in a face screen and either cap, helmet or casket with great shade. Looks like some kind of eyelids fall off.
5) Overwear must be used where sock is made to such a degree that ordinary working clothes do not protect skin contact with the product.
6) If the half-mask and other required protective equipment are not easily used at the same time, the whole mask must be used instead of a semi-mask.
7) In the niche and the like, the same personal protective equipment shall be used as a 'great flat'.
8) Gas filter mask or adequate ventilation shall be used when the product is kept in a bad ventilated room. However, when working with products that contain low-boiling liquids, a possible respiratory system must be fitted.
9) Air-equipped semi-mask shall be used when working with products containing low-boiling liquids.
10) In the stationary air, the same respiratory system shall be used as at outdoor ' s work with products coded 3.
11) In the case of limpistool or limbo, work is not done without a face screen and a hood.
12) In the case of working with limp or glue tube, work without gloves should be worked if the hands are not soothing by the product. Gloves shall be used when switching limpatron.
13) In the case of limpistool or limbo, work is not possible to work without protective clothing if the clothing is not sown by the product.
2 Annotations Selection
1 Where no protective equipment or the same protective equipment is used for the same purpose, with different notes, the cutting notes (4)-10) must always be included. Povering notes (0)-3) and 11)-13) shall be disregarded.
3 Choices between personal protective equipment
1 If the composition of the composition involves the choice between two different personal protective equipment with the same purpose, then the ultimate protective equipment shall be chosen as follows :
1.1 Provistoon full mask takes precedence over
-Combination filter mask,
-gas filter mask,
-Dust filter mask,
-Eye grinder and ...
1.2 Air-equipped semi-mask precedates
-Combination filter mask,
-gas filter mask and
-Dust filter mask.
1.3 Combination filter mask precedates
-gas filter mask and
-Dust filter mask.
1.4 Where the boot filter mask and the gas filter mask is specified simultaneously, the combo mask mask must be used.
1.5 Where a face screen is specified and an eye protective eye simultaneously, a face screen must be used.
2 Disposal of a protective tool after the above, the notes that are associated with the selected protective tool are decreopted.
Section C Carcinogens and Materials, including asbestos and mutagens
Regulation 1 Use
1 The provisions of this Title include work including, including use, handling and labelling of :
1.1 carcinogenic substances and materials listed in Appendix 1, including asbestos,
1.2 materials of the percentage content specified in Annex 1 or more ;
1.3 working processes which make such a substance as specified in Annex 1 for the individual substance, and
1.4 mutagens listed in Annex 1.
2 Except for the provisions of regulation 2, the formula also applies to those listed in Annex 1 and materials which are transported as cargo.
3 This Title contains provisions which are designed in the light of Council Directive no. 2004 /37/EC of 29. April 2004 on the protection of workers against the risks of exposure to carcinogens or mutagens (6th Specific Directive in accordance with Article 16, shall be furtive. 1, in Council Directive 89 /391/EEC) (codified version), Community Official Journal 2004, L 158, p. 50.
Council Directive no. 83 /477/EEC of 19. In September 1983 on the protection of workers from the dangers of being exposed to asbestos, the Official Journal L 263 of 327, p. 25, as amended by Council Directive 91 /382/EEC of 25. June 1991, and in Directive 2003 /18/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27. March 2003, L-97, s.48.
Council Directive 98 /24/EC of 7. April 1998 on the protection of the safety and health of workers at work against the risks associated with chemical agents (14-year-EU special directive, pursuant to Directive 89 /391/EEC), L 131, p. 11.
Council Directive 83 /478/EEC of 19. In September 1983 on the fifth amendment (asbestos) of Directive 76 /769/EEC on the approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States relating to the restriction of the marketing and use of certain dangerous substances and preparations. Council Directive 85 /610/EEC of 20. December 1985 on the seventh amendment of Directive 76 /769/EEC, Commission Directive 91 /659/EEC of 3. December 1991 adapting to the technical development of Annex I to Council Directive 76 /769/EEC and Commission Directive 99 /77/EC of 26. July 1999 on the sixth adaptation to the technical progress of Annex I to Council Directive 76 /769/EEC on the approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States relating to the restriction of the placing on the market and the use of certain provisions ; dangerous substances and preparations (asbestos), Community Official Journal L 207 s. 18.
Regulation 2 General provisions applicable to use
1 This section contains additional provisions for Chapter I (A) on the performance of the work and section A of this chapter on substances and materials.
2 Substances and materials covered by this Title are considered to be hazardous to, or, incidentally, a deterioration in safety and health. For this reason, in its entirety, the provisions on substances and materials used on board ships shall apply, cf. section A of this chapter. In addition, the specific requirements arising from legislation on maritime safety, for example, such as epoxy resins and isocyanates, etc. in the provisions of Chapter II, Section B, concerning work with codenumbered products on board ships.
3 A substance or material may not be used if it can be replaced by an undangerous or less hazardous material, cf. the provisions on substitution (substitution) in Chapter II, Section A, rule 7.1 and 7.3-7.9.
4 The working space instructions for the substances and materials prepared for the staff in accordance with the provisions of section A, rule 3 and 10 of this Chapter shall indicate, in addition to the information provided for in this Chapter, that work on the substance or The material may constitute a cancer risk. The working space instructions for materials must also provide information on the names of the substances. The names used to describe the substances and materials shall be used in Annex 1.
5 The working space instructions provided for in paragraph 1 shall be that : 4 must provide information on possible measures using personal protective equipment in accordance with Rule 3 (3). 10 and 12.
6 Wastes containing carcinogens or mutagens must be assembled, stored and disposed of in appropriate sealed containers or, where practicable, in other comforting manner. Containers must be marked as set out in Appendix 3.
Regulation 3 General provisions applicable to the use and transport of cargo
1 This section contains additional rules for Chapter I (A) on the operation of the work on board ships.
2 Processes, working methods and tools which exclude or restrict the development of vapors and dust, the formation of smoke and aerosols and the sprains and the spatter of the substances and the spatter and the spatter of the substances must be used in the use of carcinogenic substances or mutagens. the materials as much as it is reasonable, having regard to technical progress.
3 Where there is a risk of exposure to carcinogens or mutagens from the cargo, the working methods which exclude or limit the postponement shall be used. This applies to work processes such as loading, unloading, tangitation, ullage and temperature measurement, sampling, on-and dismantling hoses and other work on deck. The extension may include the development of vapors and dust, the formation of smoke and aerosols, etc., and splatter and rods from the substances and materials. The choice of working methods must be carried out taking into account the technical progress.
4 The recon of air containing carcinogenic substances or mutagens must not be carried out.
5 In the space of the local suction of carcinogenic substances or mutagens, the absorbent air shall always be carried out to the free.
6 Ventilation systems installed to protect workers, and technical facilities used to work with carcinogens or mutagens must be provided with appropriate retroactive monitoring devices that reveal and Alarms at abnormal operating conditions and by accident.
7 In connection with monitoring devices, written instructions shall be drawn up indicating the measures to be followed in abnormal operating conditions and by accident on board.
8 Workers shall be informed of abnormal operating conditions and of any accident likely to cause exposure to carcinogens or mutagens or from work processes where such products can be developed.
9 As long as the increased risk is present, only people in the area in question must be employed only to the extent necessary for the re-establishment of normal conditions. In order to counteract the increased risk of exposure to carcinogens or mutagens, appropriate pauses must be made between workers and the work must be limited to the rigour necessary. Those who are employed in the area in question shall be effectively protected against effects.
10 If the work is not in any other way possible to ensure that safety and health is fully justified, appropriate personal protective equipment shall be used in the case of carcinogens or mutagens.
11 Personal protective equipment :
11.1 must not be worn under edible breaks,
11.2 be kept separate from other clothes,
11.3 be kept and disposed of in sealed packaging, marked as specified in Annex 3 when they are intended for destruction or cleaning, and
11.4 cleaners must be cleaned separately with equipment suitable for the purpose.
12 In the case of the use of the personal protective equipment at the same time, the provisions of Chapter VII concerning the use of personal protective equipment on board ships shall apply.
13 Where there is a risk of exposure to carcinogens or mutagens, there must be no smoking, eaten or drinker, as well as the storage of tobacco, food and beverages must not be carried out.
Policy 4 Evaluation of safety and health conditions
1 In the case of hazardous substances and materials in the workplace, the workplace assessment shall, in accordance with the provisions of section A, rule 5 (2), must be used in the workplace assessment. 1-6 of this chapter also include the following assessment elements :
1.1 Material properties of substances and materials,
1.2 the degree of exposure, type and duration,
1.3 the circumstances of the work of dangerous substances and materials,
1.4 the effect of the preventive measures taken or are to be taken,
1.5 where possible, the conclusions to be drawn from the studies carried out in the area of study carried out,
1.6 the limit values set by the Board of Work and
1.7 information on safety and health provided by the supplier or the shipowner.
2 The shipowner or in his master shall obtain additional information necessary for the workplace assessment by the operator or in his place.
3 The assessment must also include a list of the hazardous substances and materials used in the workplace, with reference to the appropriate workplace instructions.
4 Repair and maintenance work etc. on board ships, which may be anticipated to cause significant effects from dangerous substances and materials, or which may prejudice the safety and health of other reasons, even though technical decisions have been taken ; measures shall be included in the assessment.
5 Where the work involves the risk of influences from several hazardous substances or materials, the overall risk of the various substances and materials must be assessed.
6 The assessment must be updated when significant changes occur in the working conditions, but at least every three years.
7 For the purposes of paragraph 1. The substances and materials referred to above shall be planned and organised, taking into account this assessment, and in particular, it must be ensured that such special measures are taken, as provided for in regulation 6 (1). Paragraph 1 and paragraph. 5-19.
8 In the case of carcinogenic substances or mutagens, the work shall be planned and organised in the light of this assessment.
Regulation 5 Special provisions applicable to use and transport as cargo ;
1 The provisions of regulations 6 and 7 shall apply only to the extent to which it follows the particulars set out in Annex 1 for each substance, material or work process, or by an evaluation under regulation 4.
2 In the case of transport as a cargo of the substances and materials listed in Annex 1, the special provisions of regulation 4, rule 6 (4), shall apply. 2-6, paragraph 1. 13-19, paragraph 1. Twenty-one, and rule 7, paragraph 1. 2-4. In the case of transport as packed hazardous goods, rule 6 shall not apply.
Regulation 6 Special measures
1 To the extent that the impact of the assessment referred to in regulation 4 is to work with the substances and materials referred to in closed installations, if that is technically feasible.
2 To the extent indicated in Annex 1 and of the provision in regulation 5 (5). 2, may work processes in which carcinogenic substances or mutagens are used only take place in closed installations or in any other way to prevent the emancipation of the substances and materials so as to exclude any influence from that effect.
3 If it is not technically possible to comply with paragraph 1, In other technical measures, the carcinogenic substances or mutagens must be removed, so as to reduce the risk of exposure as far as possible.
4 Where it is not technically possible to eliminate the risk of exposure, appropriate personal protective equipment shall be used.
5 To the extent that the impact of the assessment referred to in regulation 4 must be defined where carcinogenic substances or mutagens are being defined and marked by warning and security signs, including signs of smoking bans.
6 Such measures shall always be taken to the extent indicated in Annex 1 and of the provision in regulation 5 (5). 2.
7 To the extent that the impact of the assessment provided for in regulation 4 has to work with carcinogenic substances or mutagens only on jobs that are effectively separated from other jobs, and only workers whose work makes it necessary ; must have access to these areas.
8 Such measures shall always be taken to the extent that it appears in Appendix 1.
9 To the extent that the impact of the assessment referred to in regulation 4 is that there is a risk of exposure to use and transport as cargo, the bath and dressing facilities in accordance with the provisions of the Danish Maritime Agency B, Chapter II-3, shall be : include two separate dressing rooms, respectively for regular clothing and industrial noise.
10 The dressing room of the work must be fitted and equipped in such a way as to enable the packing of the work area in close packaging before it is removed for washing. Where disposable clothing or equipment is used, appropriate waste containers must be provided for this purpose.
11 The dressing room of work clothes must not be used for use to anyone other than those exposed to the pollution in question.
12 The abode and changing facilities must always be made to the extent indicated in Appendix 1.
13 To the extent that the impact of the assessment referred to in regulation 4, the employer shall ensure that, in the control of the work environment, after Chapter I, section A, the work environment is included in the measurement programmes.
14 Measurement programmes must be recognised and must always be included in the checks to the extent indicated in Annex 1 and of the rule in regulation 5 (5). 2.
15 The shipowners shall keep an up-to-date list of the workers who, after rule 4, and the rule of regulation 5 (3), must be updated. 2, assessed being able to be or have been exposed to the risk of carcinogenic substances or mutagens, with indication of the impact.
16 The workers must have access to the information which is included in the list for their own person. Employees and their representatives must have access to the collective and anonymous information in the list.
17 The information relating to the individual worker shall be kept for 40 years after the risk is discharged. The list shall be sent to the Maritime Service by recessions.
18 The shipowner shall ensure that, in accordance with rule 4, workers who are estimated to be exposed to exposure to exposure to carcinogens or mutagens, before hiring and then at least once every 3. This year has access to a work medical study. The examination shall be carried out in accordance with the provisions of Chapter IX of Section A concerning the study of work medical studies.
19 To the extent indicated in Annex 1 and of the provision in regulation 5 (5). 2, the workers must have access to medical examinations carried out.
20 To the extent indicated in Annex 1, carcinogenic substances or mutagens must be marked in accordance with the rules set out in Annex 3.
21 In the case of carcinogenic substances and materials or mutagens, the work shall be carried out only by persons who have undergone a special training approved by the Maritime Agency.
Rule 7 Usage limits and message
1 To the extent indicated in Annex 1, the use of carcinogenic substances or mutagens is not permitted.
2 To the extent indicated in Annex 1 and of the provision in regulation 5 (5). 2, any accident likely to risk exposure to human health at the effects of exposure from carcinogens or mutagens shall be notified to the Maritime Maritime Authority.
3 The communication shall include description of the accident, including the names of the carcinogens or mutagens, as well as information on the estimated quantity of the spill.
4 The communication must include an indication of the possible cause of the accident and a statement of how similar accidents may be met for the future.
Rule 8 Asbestos
In the case of asbestos, the specific detailed provisions of Annex 2 shall apply in addition to the previous provisions.
Carcinogenic substances and materials and mutagens
Section 1 consists of two sections : Section A and Title B.
Section A contains a specific enumeration of substances and materials.
A reference to the EPA's list of dangerous substances contains a reference to the Ministry of the Environment.
A substance may be subject to regulation 1 to 8 by virtue of section A. B. If this is the case, it is the special requirements set out in Title A which are applicable. If the substance is already included in Section A with special provisions or with a different percentage, they must be followed.
The column "UN.No." indicate the UN.No of the substance (s), which shall be used for transport. Substances with * are found in Mehrblätter Gefährliche Arbeitsfe (1998), others in Hommel Handbuch der gefährlichen Güten (2005).
It should be pointed out that it is not possible to go 'contrary' to the above, to understand that, for example, UN 2810 is not just 1 Vinyl-2-pyrrolidone and therefore carcinogenic. Several of the preceding UN numbers also cover many substances that are not carcinogenic.
The column "CAS.nr." indicates a substance identification number in Chemical Abstract Service.
The column ' substance ` shall indicate the substances in the list below. The 'substance' column also appears to be materials and substances which are given in a work process.
The column ' percentage content of materials ` shall determine the percentage of the substance a material must contain in order that the material is covered by this technical regulation.
The column ' special provisions ` refers to regulation 5 to 8 of the provisions which, in addition to the provisions of regulation 2 to 4, apply to work with the substance or material concerned.
The following shall be specified in the column ' detailed notes and limits ` to the extent to which the specific provisions laid down shall apply to the substance (s) of the substance. In addition, any restrictions on the technical processing requirements shall be applicable to the substance (s).
| in front of a substance, there are changes in relation to the previous appendix 1.