Order On Announcements From The Danish Maritime Authority, Technical Regulation On Occupational Health In Ships

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om Meddelelser fra Søfartsstyrelsen A, teknisk forskrift om arbejdsmiljø i skibe

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Overview (table of contents)

Introduction
Chapter I
Chapter II
Chapter III
Chapter IV
Chapter V
Chapter VI
Chapter VII
Chapter VIII
Chapter IX
Chapter X
Chapter XI
Chapter XII
The full text
notice notices from the Danish Maritime Authority, technical regulation on occupational health in ships
Pursuant to § 1. 2 and 3, §§ 3-5, § 20 paragraph. 4, § 27 paragraph. 4 and § 32 of the Act on Safety at Sea, cf.. Legislative Decree no. 903 of 12 July 2007, which brought into force by Decree no. 882 of 25 August 2008 on the entry into force for Greenland of the Act on maritime safety, determined by authority:
§ 1. The Regulation applies to all commercial work carried out on board new and existing ships registered in Denmark and Greenland.
PCS. 2. The rules are printed in booklet form as an annex to this regulation.
PCS. 3. The provisions of paragraph. 2 mentioned rules shall not limit the application of the Directives listed in § 3.
PCS. 4. The provisions of § 3 shall also apply to foreign ships over a period of 14 days and more used in the construction work in Danish territorial waters.
PCS. 5. Vessels used exclusively for the transport of goods and the goods are not subject to paragraph. 4.
§ 2. The chapters and kapitelhæfterne is:












Chapter I


Performance of work



AIA


Performance of work, dated 1 July 2002.



AIB


Young people working in ships, dated 1 July 2002.







Chapter II


Chemical occupational health effects



A II A


Substances and materials dated 15 December 2009.




A II B


Code Numbered products, dated 1 April 2003.



A II C


Carcinogenic substances and materials, including asbestos and mutagens dated 1 January 2006.



A II D


Breathing Air, dated 1 July 2002.







Chapter III


Physical occupational health effects



A III A


Manual handling of loads, dated 1 July 2002.



A III B (1)


Noise, dated 1 January 2006.



A III B (2)


Vibrations, dated 1 July 2005.



A III C


Working in potentially explosive atmospheres, dated 1 April 2003.







Chapter IV


(Reserved).








Chapter V


Psychiatric occupational health effects



AVA


Psychosocial work (Reserved).



AVB


Standing time (Reserved).







Chapter VI


Technical equipment (machinery, scaffolding, etc.)



A VI


Use of work equipment in ships, dated 1 July 2004.







Chapter VII


Personal protection



A VII


Use of personal protective equipment, dated 1 January 2006.







Chapter VIII


Safety signs etc.



A VIII


Minimum Requirements for signaling, safety signs, traffic signs and hand signals, dated 1 July 2002.







Chapter IX


Studies, medical treatment and ship medicine



A IX A


Medical studies, dated 1 July 2002.



A IX B


Medical treatment and medicine on board ships, dated 1 September 2007.







Chapter X


Accidents



AX


Notification of occupational accidents, dated 1 October 2006.







Chapter XI


Safety work



A XI A


Safety work on merchant ships and large fishing vessels, dated 1 January 2006.



A XI B


Safety work on fishing vessels, dated 1 July 2002.







Chapter XII


Occupational



A XII A


Maritime Occupational Health Service, dated 15 December 2009.



A XII B


Fishermen's Occupational Health Service, dated 15 December 2009.













§ 3. The following directives apply to Danish ships:
1) Council Directive 89/391 / EEC of 12 June 1989 on the introduction of measures to encourage improvements in the safety and health of workers.
2) Council Directive 89/655 / EEC of 30 November 1989 concerning the minimum safety and health associated with the use of work equipment at work (second individual Directive within the meaning of Article 16, paragraph. 1 of Directive 89/391 / EEC) as amended by Council Directive 95/63 / EC of 5 december 1995, the European Parliament and Council Directive 2001/45 / EC of 27 June 2001.
3) Council Directive 89/656 / EEC of 30 November 1989 concerning the minimum safety and health associated with the use of personal protective equipment at the workplace (third individual Directive within the meaning of Article 16, paragraph. 1 of Directive 89/391 / EEC).
4) Council Directive 89/686 / EEC on the approximation of laws 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 associated with manual handling of loads, which can be a risk particularly of back injury to workers (fourth individual Directive within the meaning of Article 16, paragraph . 1 of Directive 89/391 / EEC).
6) European Parliament and Council Directive 2004/37 / EC of 29 April 2004 on the protection of workers from risks related to exposure to carcinogens or mutagens at work (sixth individual Directive within the meaning of Article 16, paragraph. 1 of Directive 89/391 / EEC) (codified version).
7) Council Directive 91/383 / EEC supplementing the measures to encourage improvements in the safety and health at work of workers with a fixed duration employment relationship or a temporary employment.
8) Council Directive 92/29 / EEC of 31 March 1992 on the minimum safety and health with a view to improved medical treatment on board vessels.
9) Council Directive 92/58 / EEC of 24 June 1992 on the minimum requirements for the provision of safety and health at work (ninth individual Directive within the meaning of Article 16, paragraph. 1 of Directive 89/391 / EEC).
10) Council Directive 92/85 / EEC of 19 October 1992 on the introduction of measures to encourage improvements in the safety and health at work of workers who are pregnant, have recently given birth or are breastfeeding (tenth individual Directive within the meaning of Article 16, paragraph. 1 of Directive 89/391 / EEC).
11) Council Directive 93/103 / EC of 23 November 1993 concerning the minimum safety and health at work on board fishing vessels (thirteenth individual Directive within the meaning of Article 16, paragraph. 1 of Directive 89/391 / EEC).
12) Council Directive 94/33 / EC of 22 June 1994 on the protection of young people at work.
13) The European Parliament and Council Directive 2000/54 / EC of 18 September 2000 on the protection of workers from risks related to exposure to biological agents at work (seventh individual Directive within the meaning of Article 16, paragraph. 1 of Directive 89 / 391 / EEC).
14) Council Directive 92/57 / EEC of 24 June 1992 on the minimum safety and health requirements at mobile construction sites (eighth individual Directive within the meaning of Article 16, paragraph. 1 of 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 arrangements for the system of specific information relating to dangerous preparations in implementation of Article 14 of the European Parliament and Council Directive 1999 / 45 / EC and relating to dangerous substances in implementation of Article 27 of Council Directive 67/548 / EEC (MSDS).

16) Council Directive 83/477 / EEC of 19 September 1983 on the protection of workers from the risks related to exposure to asbestos, as amended by Council Directive 91/382 / EEC of 25 June 1991 and amended by European Parliament and Council Directive 2003/18 / EC of 27 March 2003. Council Directive 83/478 / EEC of 19 september 1983 amending for the fifth time (asbestos) Directive 76/769 / EEC on the approximation of laws or administrative regulations provisions restricting the marketing and use of certain dangerous substances and preparations. Council Directive 85/610 / EEC of 20 December 1985 amending for the seventh time Directive 76/769 / EEC Commission Directive 91/659 / EEC of 3 December 1991 adapting to technical progress Annex I to Council Directive 76/769 / EEC and Commission Directive 99/77 / EC of 26 July 1999 on the sixth adapting to technical progress Annex I to Council Directive 76/769 / EEC.
17) The European Parliament and Council Directive 1999/92 / EC of 16 December 1999 on minimum requirements for improving the safety and health protection of workers potentially at risk from explosive atmospheres (fifteenth individual directive under Article 16. 1 of Directive 89/391 / EEC).
18) Council Directive 98/24 / EC of 7 April 1998 on the protection of the health and safety of workers from the risks related to chemical agents at work (fourteenth individual Directive within the meaning of Directive 98/391 / EEC, Article 16. 1) .
19) The European Parliament and Council Directive 2002/44 / EC of 25 June 2002 on the minimum safety and health associated with exposure of workers to the risks arising from physical agents (vibration) (sixteenth individual Directive within the meaning of Directive 89/391 / EEC, Article 16. 1).
20) The European Parliament and Council Directive 2003/10 / EC of 6 February 2003 on the minimum safety and health associated with exposure of workers to the risks arising from physical agents (noise) (Seventeenth individual Directive within the meaning of Directive 89/391 / EEC, Article 16. 1).
§ 4. A copy of this regulation shall be carried on board merchant ships with 4 or more crewmembers, including the captain and fishing vessels with a length of 45 m and above. This does not preclude the use of electronic medium provided that the regulation can be read on board.
§ 5. Violation of this regulation shall be punished by a fine or imprisonment for up to 1 year.
PCS. 2. The penalty may increase to imprisonment for up to 2 years if
1) the violation has resulted in damage to life or health or the risk thereof,
2) previous prohibition or injunction for the same or similar circumstances or
3) the infringement achieved or intended economic advantage for himself or others.
PCS. 3. If there is no confiscation of proceeds obtained by infringement must, when determining the fine, including additional fines, special consideration to the size of the achieved or intended financial benefit.
PCS. 4. There can be imposed on companies etc. (legal persons) under the rules of the Penal Code Chapter 5.
PCS. 5. A legal person who proves that he has done all that is necessary to ensure a good and safe working environment can not be penalized in cases where an employee violates the provision, provisions on the use of personal protective equipment, exhaust measures, protective or safety regulations, which only serves to protect the person concerned.
§ 6. If the circumstance is covered by the Decree on the entry into force for Greenland of the Act on maritime safety, measures may be prescribed under the Criminal Code for Greenland.
PCS. 2. in § 5, paragraph. 2, shall be considered as aggravating circumstances.
PCS. 3. If there is no confiscation of proceeds, see. Penal Code § 116 paragraph. 1, which is derived from the violation must when determining the fine, including additional fines, special consideration to the size of the achieved or intended financial benefit.
PCS. 4. Where an offense is committed by companies etc. (legal persons) may be subject to the legal entity as such a fine. If the violation is committed by the State, Greenland's Home Rule, a municipality, a municipal association governed by § 64 of the Act on municipal councils and village councils, or village council, the relevant public authority as such a fine.

PCS. 5. If the person does not reside in Greenland or his connection to Greenland society is otherwise so remote that the prerequisites for the application of measures is not present, then the case is referred for trial in Denmark.
§ 7. The Regulation comes into force on 17 December 2009.
PCS. 2. Technical regulation A of 16 August 2007 on occupational health in ships repealed.
§ 8. The following provisions shall not apply to Greenland:


§ 1. 3-5, § 3 and § 5, chapters A II A, A III B-2, A IX A, A XII A and A XII B and the references to directives in the other chapters.
Maritime Authority, 11 December 2009
Per Sønderstrup
/ Helene Boesen
Introduction
Introduction
This legislation contains provisions for health and safety conditions on board new and existing Danish ships. Foreign ships and platforms that perform construction work in Danish territorial waters for a period of 14 days and more are also covered by the provisions as a result of the EC directives.
The acquis consists of a brief regulation and a number of annexes in the form of Chapter booklets.
The regulation permits, the general scope (details about the scope exist in the individual sections), criminal and entry into force and a list of chapters content. The chapters are published as booklets. A chapter can be divided into several booklets. On the front of each booklet indicated the chapter no., Date, subject and contents.
Any future changes to the chapters, the booklet amended will be replaced. The chapter will be put into effect by issuing a new regulation.
§ 8 of the technical regulation stipulates specific provisions for Greenland. In connection with the entry in the regulations for conditions on Greenland ships must therefore via this section always check whether the provisions apply to Greenland.
Changed chapters
Chapter II A Chemical occupational health effects
The chapter has been amended to reflect European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1907/2006 of 18 December 2006 concerning the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH), establishing a European Chemicals Agency and amending Directive 1999/45 / EC and repealing Council Regulation (EEC) 793/93 and Commission Regulation (EC) nr.1488 / 94 and Council Directive 76/769 / EEC and Commission Directive 91/155 / EEC, 93/105 / EC and 2000/21 / EC (Official Journal 2006 no. L396 of 30.12.06 p.1).
It aims, by extension, to ships not covered by REACH, uses the same security standards as defined in this Regulation. This means that the requirements for safety data sheets changed, that it not use products containing substances included in the list of substances in REACH Annex XIV and XVII, unless they are approved for the intended purpose of this Regulation, Article 56, or used in accordance with the following Articles 67 defined limitations.
In this chapter, there are also certain editorial corrections. The term 'mixtures' is now used to accommodate the language used in REACH and inserted where appropriate. However, there may be confusion about the language used in the future as a result of different language in the existing laws on chemical substances.
In addition, the word 'MSDS' consistently referred to the "safety data sheet", as this will only will be used.
Chapter XII of safety councils.
The economic framework for safety councils have been changed as a result of changes in the corresponding arrangements for the Working Environment Act industries covered.
Chapter I
Chapter I
Performance of work











Section A


General provisions



Rule 1


Use



Rule 2


Planning and organization of work



Rule 3


Labor - General requirements



Rule 4



Performance of work - Particular requirements



Rule 5


Training and instruction



Rule 6


Control of the working environment







Appendix 1


General principles of prevention







Appendix 2


Work Influences







Section B


Young people working in ships



Rule 1


Use



Rule 2


Master's duties, etc.



Rule 3


Certain types of work that young people under 18 may not perform



Rule 4


Accident Hazards



Rule 5


Health hazards when working with certain substances and materials



Rule 6


Noise and vibration



Rule 7


Other safety and health hazards - Physical strain



Regulation 8


Piecework



Rule 9


The decline and collapse danger



Rule 10


Extreme high and low temperatures



Rule 11


radiation



Rule 12


High voltage



Rule 13


Choking Hazard



Rule 14


Gas cylinders



Rule 15


Explosion Hazards



Rule 16


Respiratory



Rule 17


High pressure



Rule 18


Risk of violence







Appendix 1


Non exhaustive list of technical equipment, systems and workflows that young people under 18 may not work with








Appendix 2


List of substances and materials that young people under 18 may not work with or otherwise exposed to










Section A General provisions
Regulation 1 Application
1 The provisions of this section shall apply to all work carried out on board ships, and not covered by the Working Environment Act.
2 The obligations imposed on employers (hereinafter referred to as ship owners), drivers, supervisors and other persons working on board.
3 This section contains provisions which are designed on the basis of Council Directive no. 89/391 / EEC, Official Journal 1989 L 183, p. 1, and Council Directive no. 92/85 / EEC, Official Journal 1992 L 348 , p. 1.
Rule 2 Planning and organization of work
1 Work at all stages planned and organized so that it can be performed safely and without risks to health. It should be observed that there is no prescribed or intended to be used constructions plans, detailed solutions and working methods that can be dangerous to or otherwise impair the safety and health at work. It should also be ensured that the overall impact on the working environment in the short or long term does not impair the safety or health.
2 The planning and organization of work should also take into account the principles of prevention set out in Annex 1. including assessment made, to the degree it has particular importance for safety and health at work, be in written form.
3 Maritime Authority lays down guidelines for the specific contents of the assessment to be made under subsection. 2 taking into account the ships' type and tonnage.
4 On the basis of the following paragraph. 2 assessment made and see. The indicated prevention principles in Annex 1, the appropriate measures before starting work.
5 The obligations under paragraph. 1-2 also applies to the planning of new or changes to existing jobs, work processes and methods, the introduction of new technology, the acquisition of technical equipment, personal protective equipment and substances and materials.
6 The master must ensure that everyone who works on board, working together to create safe and healthy working conditions for all, regardless of occupation.
7 safety organization must be able to participate in the planning of the work,. Paragraphs. 1-5 and in control of the working environment referred to. Rule 6
8 In the vessels where there should be created a safety see. The provisions of Chapter XI, Section A on safety work on merchant ships and large fishing vessels and section B on security work in small fishing vessels, workers must be able to attend to in paragraph. 7 the work planning and control of the work environment.
Rule 3 Performance of work - General requirements
1 Work at all stages performed in a safe and healthy manner from both an individual and overall assessment of the conditions in the working environment which in the short or long term can affect the physical or mental health.
2 At work, a physically or mentally harmful or harmful in the short or medium term, the implementation of specific health and safety measures. Such measures may be special welfare measures and other occupational health measures as are necessary to prevent disease, attrition, accidents, etc.
3 Where work in particularly harmful to the health or safety at risk, and where such risk can not be countered in another way, breaks and limited working hours are used as a preventive measure. The same measures are applied where there used protective clothing and personal protective equipment.
4 performance of work must take into account the worker's age, insight, work and other qualifications.
5 Particularly sensitive risk groups, including pregnant and nursing workers must be protected against the dangers which specifically affect them.

6 When the master is notified of or otherwise becomes aware that an employee is pregnant or breastfeeding, the master shall ensure that the assessment of safety and health at work, see. Rule 2. 2, includes an assessment of whether a worker is exposed to influences that may pose a danger to the pregnancy or breastfeeding, see. In particular in Annex 2 occupational health effects.
7 If the analysis concludes that there is a risk that a pregnant or nursing are exposed to in paragraph. 6 mentioned influences, it must be based on an assessment of the nature, scope and duration of the individual exposure, this risk will have a negative impact on the pregnancy or breastfeeding, and to counter it taken where appropriate measures in accordance with paragraph. 8 and 9.
8 Such measures shall, if possible, consist of technical measures or arranging the workplace. If this is not possible and reasonable in this way to obtain adequate protection of the worker, the risk must be countered by measures related to the planning and organization, including, if necessary, change in working hours and restriction of night work.
9 If it is not possible to comply with paragraph. 8, the measures may consist in the transfer to another job that does not involve a risk to pregnant and breastfeeding health and safety.
10 the performance of work should be an objective
10.1 that monotonous work involving a risk of physical or mental health in the short or long term, prevent or limit
10.2 that the pace of work is such that it does not endanger the physical or mental health in the short or long term, and
10.3 to isolated work that could endanger psychological health is avoided or alleviated.
11 In carrying out the work must ensure
11.1 the design of workplaces, equipment, technical equipment and the choice of working methods as far as possible suit the persons using them, and
11.2 Appropriate and efficient equipment such as lifting devices and transport, etc. are available to the extent necessary for the work to be performed safely and without risks to health.
Rule 4 Performance of work - Particular requirements
1 In ships where employed persons whose labor is leased to the ship or otherwise made available to the ship by a foreign company, the owner and his place master duty to ensure that the work is planned, organized and conducted safely and healthy manner.
2 Within such activity commenced, the ship owner and in his place the master to the external disclose the following information:
2.1 the required professional level, including special qualifications are necessary
2.2 any requirement for medical certificates, and
2.3 the special nature, including any hazards.
3 If an employee works alone in a working process and this can result in a particular danger to the work must be organized so as to prevent such danger. If the danger can not be prevented, the employee does not work alone.
4 Ensure that only workers who have received adequate instructions may have access to areas where there is a particular danger.
5 If the physical or mental condition of a worker with certain jobs can mean increased danger to himself or his surroundings, the worker is not engaged in such work.
6 If it is judged that measures according to Rule 3. 7 is not sufficient to cover the risk for the pregnant or breastfeeding safety or health, the employment of such work does not take place. The master shall in these cases exempt her from service on board and care for her resignation.
7 By carrying out the work, ensure
7.1 that effective measures are taken to prevent accident risks, including specific risks caused by movements of the ship,
7.2 to danger of explosion, fire, poisoning, suffocation, etc. is effectively prevented;
7.3 to undertake effective measures to prevent spills, leakage and generation of dust, smoke, steam, odor, gas, etc. which may cause danger to health or safety,
7.4 to take effective measures to protect workers where the work or the conditions under which the work is done, there is a risk of disease transmission,

7.5 to climate and lighting conditions are safe and healthy justifiable, taking into account the work to be performed. The measures shall be taken to protect workers from intense heat or cold.
8 to avoid unnecessary exposure to noise. The noise level during work shall be kept as low as reasonably practicable taking account of technical progress. Established limits must be observed.
9 unnecessary exposure to radiation should be avoided. The effect of radiation during work shall be kept as low as reasonably practicable taking account of technical progress. Laid radiation standards must be observed.
10 unnecessary exposure to substances and materials must be avoided. The effect of substances and materials during work shall be reduced as much as is reasonable, taking into account technical progress. Established limits must be observed. Occupational exposure at any time set limit values ​​for substances and materials must be followed.
11 Unnecessary physical strain and inappropriate postures or movements should be avoided. Load during work must therefore be as small as it is reasonable, taking into account technical progress. Fixed limits must be observed.
Rule 5 Training and instruction
1 Ensure that every worker, regardless of the employment relationship and its duration, given adequate and appropriate training and instructions in performing the work on one without danger. Information should be given about known accident and health hazards that may be related to their work, including occupational medicine, the employee has access to.
2 Training and instructions shall particularly be associated with:
2.1 Accession.
2.2 Changing tasks.
2.3 Introduction or modification of work equipment.
2.4 Introduction of new technology.
3 in paragraph. 1 mentioned training and instructions to be adapted to developments, including the emergence of new hazards, and should be repeated periodically if necessary.
4 Shipowners shall bear any costs for in paragraph. 1-3 mentioned training and instructions, which will take place during working hours.
5 Ensure that workers of a foreign company that performs work on board of appropriate instruction on safety and health conditions that affect their work.
Regulation 6 Control of the working environment
1 To ensure that the working environment are continuously safe and healthy working conditions, the shipowner and his place master sure
1.1 the assessment referred. Rule 2. 2 and Rule 3. 7 are carried on board the ship and revised as of particular importance for safety and health at work,
1.2 to expert assistance is obtained where necessary to ascertain if the working conditions are safe and healthy defensible and
1.3 to keep a list of, and draw up reports on accidents at work,. The provisions of Chapter X, Section A, on the notification of occupational accidents, etc. Maritime Authority.
2 There must be effectively monitored, that the harmful effects mentioned in rule 4, paragraph. 8-11 countered. Where there may be health risks due to gases, vapors and dust arising from substances and materials or because of noise and radiation, the shipowner and the shipowner's driver to make sure that sure that conditions are in order, including being made the necessary measurements to implement checks. Test results should be available on board.
ANNEX 1
General principles of prevention
1 Preventing risks.
2 Evaluating the risks which can not be prevented.
3 Combating risks at source.
4 Adapting the work to the individual, especially as regards the design of work places, the choice of equipment and working and production methods, in particular with a view to alleviating monotonous work and work at a predetermined rate and to reducing the impact of such work on health.
5 Taking account of technical progress.
6 Replacing what is dangerous with something that is dangerous or less dangerous.
7 Planning of prevention in order to turn it into a coherent whole within which prevention covers technology, organization of work, working conditions, social relationships and the influence of factors in the work environment.
8 Adoption of collective protection measures over individual protection measures.
9 appropriate instructions to the workers.
ANNEX 2
Work influences

IArbejdsmiljøpåvirkninger, derkanudgøreenrisikoforgravideogammendejf.regel3, stk.6og7.
physical
1 The following physical occupational health effects, if these are considered to cause injury to the fetus and / or may cause the placenta becomes detached in particular:
1.1 Shock, vibration or movement of the ship.
1.2 Manual handling of heavy loads entailing risks, particularly for the back and loins.
1.3 Noise.
1.4 Ionizing radiation.
1.5 Non-ionizing radiation.
1.6 Extreme cold and heat.
1.7 Movements and positions (including standing and walking work), mental and physical fatigue and other physical and mental stress connected with workers' tasks.
biological
1 Biological agents of risk groups 2, 3 and 4,. Maritime Authority's Technical Regulation on the protection of workers from biological agents, when these agents or the therapeutic measures that are necessary in connection therewith, is dangerous for the pregnant women and fetal health.
2 For example. revolve around laboratory work on board the environmental ships carrying out analyzes in connection with measurements on the aquatic environment and external environment, or work with sewage waste on board, etc.
chemical
1 The following chemical agents, it is known that they are dangerous for pregnant women and fetal health:
1.1 Substances and mixtures according to the Ministry of Environment established rules on classification and labeling must be classified and labeled with
1.1.1 R40, risk of irreversible effects,
1.1.2 R45, may cause cancer,
1.1.3 R46 may cause heritable genetic damage
1.1.4 R61, can harm the unborn child,
1.1.5 R63, risk of harm to the unborn child, and
1.1.6 R64, may cause harm to breastfed babies.
1.2 Substances and materials covered by the provisions relating to the prevention of cancer when working with substances and materials in ships.
1.3 Substances and materials covered by WEA current Order on materials containing volatile substances, including organic solvents.
1.4 Pesticides.
1.5 Anaesthetic Gases.
1.6 Mercury and mercury compounds.
1.7 Carbon monoxide.
1.8 Chemical agents which demonstrably result in skin absorption.
IIA
1Arbejdsmiljøpåvirkninger, derkanudgøreensærligrisikoforgravide:
1.1 Work in hyperbaric atmosphere, for example. pressurized enclosures and underwater diving.
1.2 Lead and lead compounds if there is a risk that these agents are absorbed by the human organism.
IIB
1Arbejdsmiljøpåvirkninger, derkanudgøreensærligrisikoforammende:
1.1 Lead and its compounds.
Section B Youth work in ships
Regulation 1 Application
1 The provisions of this section include gainful employment of young people under 18 years of work on board ships.
2 The obligations imposed on employers (hereinafter referred to as owners), masters and foremen.
3 This section contains provisions that implement Council Directive 94/33 / EC of 22 June 1994 on the protection of young people at work, Official Journal 1994 L 216, p. 12.
4 As there are stricter provisions on youth employment in ships, including higher age limits for certain types of work in other regulations, these provisions prior to the provisions of this section.
Rule 2 Master's duties, etc.
1 By the employment of young people, the choice of work and in the planning and organization taken to ensure that work can be performed safely and without risks to health.
2 Measures under Rule 2. 1, see. Rule 2. 1-5 in Section A of this chapter, taken on the basis of an assessment of the risks that the work poses to young people, particular attention must be taken of the specific risks arising from their lack of experience, lack of awareness of risks, or that they are not yet fully developed. There must also be taken of the physical, biological, chemical and psychological influences on both short and long term, as the young people can be exposed.
3 The master shall ensure that young people receive thorough training and instructions in performing their work without danger. The master shall including make young people aware of the measures taken with regard to their safety and health.

4 How to be found instructions for substances and materials, technical equipment, etc. for use by the crew at work, the master shall ensure that young people are familiar with the details provided in the instruction manual.
5 The work to be performed under the effective supervision of a person 18 years of age and have the necessary insight into the nature of work.
6 The master shall involve the crew and the safety in the planning, implementation and monitoring of health and safety in youth work.
7 On ships with an employment of young people whose labor is leased to the ship or otherwise made available to the ship by a foreign company, the owner or, on his master duty to make sure that their work is planned, organized and carried out safe and healthy manner.
Rule 3 Certain types of work that young people under 18 may not perform
1 Young people may not be engaged in in Rule 4-18 out any work, unless otherwise expressly provided.
2 Work included as a necessary part of an apprenticeship, a Danish Maritime Authority approved the cadet program, EFG-education qualification of at least 2 years' duration, which gives professional competence, are exempted from the prohibitions of regulations 4, 5, paragraph. 1, 6, paragraph. 2, 8 to 12 and 19, paragraph. 2 and 3 to the extent that this is necessary for the program's implementation. For work after completion of training, the same exceptions to the extent that they are necessary for the youth employment.
3 Working on fishing vessels that form a necessary part of a training in one of the Danish Maritime Authority approved fishing education may be exempted from the prohibitions of regulations 4, 5, paragraph. 1, 6, paragraph. 2, 8 to 12 and 19, paragraph. 2 and 3, to the extent necessary for the program's implementation. For work after completion of training, the same exceptions to the extent that they are necessary for the youth employment.
4 pcs. 2 and 3 except for work on, or otherwise exposure to lead and asbestos.
Rule 4 Accident Hazards
Young people may not be engaged in technical equipment, systems or processes listed in Annex 1, or with the work of similar hazard.
Rule 5 health hazards when working with certain substances and materials
1 Young people may not be employed with or otherwise exposed to the influences of the substances and materials listed in Annex 2.
2 It is permissible to employ young people at work, in which the substances and materials listed in Annex 2 shall, if the processes are in closed systems, or the young of other similarly protected against impacts.
Rule 6 Noise and vibrations
1 Young people may not be exposed to noise or vibration that can put their health at risk.
2 Young people may not work with vibrating hand tools with a vibration level of 130 dB (HA).
3 Where it after Rule 3. 2 and 3 are allowed young people to carry out work with vibrating hand tools, the daily work is organized so that there are frequent interruptions.
Regulation 7 Other safety and health hazards - Physical strain
1 Young people may not be exposed to physical loads in the short or long term damage to their health or development.
2 Unnecessary physical strain and inappropriate postures or movements should be avoided.
3 It should as far as possible avoid the young promises or carrying loads over 12 kg.
4 This may be waived by the work done under appropriate ergonomic conditions, but it must aim to burdens on the individual does not exceed 25 kg.
5 It should be avoided that young people in work which is exposed to greater loads than those referred to in Rule 7, paragraph. 3 and 4.
Regulation 8 Piecework
Young people may not be employed in work where the pace is determined by machinery and involving payment.
Rule 9 The decline and collapse danger
If a work is associated with the risk for reduced or collapse, young persons may not be employed with this until the hazard is effectively countered by technical measures that do not involve the use of personal protective equipment.
Rule 10 Extremely high and low temperatures
1 Young people may not be employed in locations or work due to extremely high or extremely low temperatures can jeopardize their safety.
2 On ships registered in Greenland must, however, work at extremely low temperatures, provided care is taken that the work can be performed safely and without risks to health.

Regulation 11 Radiation
Young people may not be engaged in work where they are exposed to ionizing radiation.
Rule 12 High
Young people may not be engaged in work involving a risk of high-voltage shock.
Rule 13 Choking Hazards
Young people may not be engaged in work that may cause suffocation due to lack of oxygen (oxygen) - poor atmosphere.
Rule 14 Gas cylinders
Young people may not be engaged in filling of cylinders.
Rule 15 Explosion Hazards
Young people may not be engaged in work that could lead to danger of explosion, potential unless effective technical measures to prevent injury.
Rule 16 Respiratory
Young people must not be employed 4 hours daily at work, which uses autobreathing.
Rule 17 High pressure
Young people may not be engaged in work under high pressure, for example. pressure chambers.
Rule 18 The risk of violence
Young people may not work if the work can cause particular risk of being exposed to violence.
ANNEX 1
Non exhaustive list of technical equipment, systems and workflows that young people under 18 may not work with
1Maskineltdrevnetekniskehjælpemidler
1.1 Machines with high speed cutting værktøj.1)
1.2 Machines with piston-like bevægelser.1)
1.3 Machines with open rollers or snegle.1)
1.4 Mixing, grinding crushing and chopping machines, afskæringsmaskiner, tearing machines and centrifuger.1)
1.5 Striking tool.

1.6 Apparatus for cleaning, paint, rust protection treatment or the like with an operating pressure of about 7 MPa (70 bar).
2Motorredskaberm.v.
Industrial forklifts and pallet trucks and forklifts, as regards the work as a driver or operator.
3Maskineltdrevneløfteanordningerellertransportører,elevatorer,kraner,arbejdsplatforme,hængestilladser,spilogtrawlskovle.
It is, however, allowed young people to use push-button elevators.
ANNEX 2
List of substances and materials that young people under 18 may not work with or otherwise exposed to
1 Substances and materials covered by regulation 2. 2, no. 1 of Chapter II, Section A, used on board ships which:
A: To be labeled with the following symbols and indications of danger:
Tx, very toxic
T, toxic
C, corrosive
E, explosive
Including substances and materials that are provided with risk phrases:
R39, Danger of very serious irreversible effects
R45, may cause cancer
R46 May cause heritable genetic damage
R60, May impair fertility
R61 May cause harm to the unborn child
B: marked with the danger symbol and danger designation Xn, harmful, and also provided with at least one of the following phrases:
R40 Risk of irreversible
R42, May cause sensitization by inhalation
R48, serious damage to health by prolonged exposure
R62, Risk of impaired fertility
R63 Risk of harm to the unborn child
C: marked with the danger symbol and indication of danger Xi, irritant and also assigned the risk phrase:
R43, May cause sensitization by skin contact
D: Fed with the following phrase:
R12 Extremely flammable.
2 Substances and processes that are listed on the Authority's list of substances and processes considered to be carcinogenic in At-the advice on limit values ​​for substances and materials.
3 Materials containing more than 0.1 percent by weight of the substances mentioned under paragraph. 2.
4 Organic solvents included on the Working Environment Authority's list of organic solvents, see. AT instructions on limit values ​​for substances and materials.
5 Materials containing more than 0.5 percent by weight of the solvents mentioned under paragraph. 4.
6 Biological agents of groups 3 and 4,. Maritime Authority's Technical Regulation on the protection of workers from risks related to exposure to biological agents at work.
7 Lead and lead compounds, insofar as they can be absorbed by the human organism.
8 Asbestos.
9 Handling of fireworks or other objects, machines, etc. which contain explosives.
Chapter II
Chapter II
Chemical occupational health effects











Section A



Substances and materials







Rule 1


Use



Rule 2


definitions



Rule 3


negotiation



Rule 4


General provisions



Rule 5


Risk assessment (risk assessments) etc.



Rule 6


Principles of prevention



Rule 7


Alternative substances and materials (substitution principle)



Regulation 8


Specific measures



Rule 9


Measures in case of accidents, etc.



Rule 10


Workplace instructions



Rule 11


Medical studies







Appendix 1


Information on safety data sheet








Section B


Code Numbered products







Rule 1


Use



Rule 2


definitions



Rule 3


Performance of work



Rule 4


Code numbers



Rule 5


Products using



Rule 6


Safeguard



Rule 7


Storage and hygiene



Regulation 8


Other provisions







Appendix 1


Code Reportable products referred to. Rule 1. 3-4 19



Appendix 2


Indoors



Appendix 3


Working outdoors



Appendix 4



Selection of personal protective equipment







Section C


Carcinogenic substances and materials, including asbestos and mutagens







Rule 1


Use



Rule 2


General provisions for the use



Rule 3


General provisions for the use and transport of cargo



Rule 4


Assessment of health and safety conditions



Rule 5


Special provisions for use and transport as cargo



Rule 6


Specific measures



Rule 7


Restrictions and communication



Regulation 8


asbestos







Appendix 1


Carcinogenic substances and materials and mutagens



Appendix 2


Special provisions for asbestos



Appendix 3


Provisions on the labeling







Section D


Breathing Air







Rule 1


Scope 106



Rule 2


Definition 107



Rule 3


Åndemiddellufts purity 107



Rule 4


The quality of breathing air 108










Section A Substances and materials
Regulation 1 Application
1 The provisions include any work with substances and materials, including the use, handling, storage, transport and disposal and other work because of its nature or the circumstances in which it takes place, may pose a risk to health and safety on board ships .
Rule 2 Definitions
1 These provisions apply:
1.1 'substances': Chemical elements and their compounds.
1.2 'Materials': Mixtures of two or more substances, including biological materials.
1.3 "Substances and materials that can be hazardous to or otherwise impair the safety or health ':
1.3.1 Substances and mixtures meeting the criteria for classification as dangerous according to the rules laid down by the Ministry of the Environment on classification.
1.3.2 Substances and materials included in the occupational exposure limit values ​​for substances and materials and annexes.

1.3.3 Materials containing 1% or more, for gaseous materials 0.2%, of a substance included with a limit of occupational exposure limit values ​​for substances and materials.
1.3.4Blandinger containing 1% or more, for gaseous mixtures 0.2% of a substance classified as hazardous to health or environmental hazard for Environment and Energy Ministry's rules on classification.
1.3.5 Substances and materials which, because of their physical-chemical, chemical or toxicological properties and the way these are used or occur on board the ship may pose a risk of effects on the safety or health.
1.4 'Mixtures': Mixture or solution composed of two or more substances.
1.5 »Limit for substances and materials": Unless otherwise specified, the limit of the time-weighted average concentration of a substance or material in the air on board ships, breathing zone of a worker in relation to a specified reference period.
1.6 'Biological limit value': The limit for the concentration of a given substance or material in the appropriate biological environment, its breakdown products in the body (metabolites) or impact indicators.
Rule 3 Negotiation
1 By purchasing in countries outside the European Community, the owner or master shall make sure that the packaging is designed and labeled in accordance with the Ministry of Environment to the current Order on classification, packaging, labeling, sale and storage of chemical substances and mixtures, however, labeling may be written in English.
2Fra June 1, 2007 must be chemical substances and mixtures, which are purchased in countries outside the European Community do not contain substances included in the list of substances referred. REACH1), Annexes XIV and XVII, unless under REACH approved for the intended use or apply, then set limitations.
3 The Danish Maritime Authority may, upon request or when circumstances otherwise give rise to it, to commission studies necessary by special experts and provide all information necessary to determine whether a substance or material has effects which may involve a danger to safety and health.
Regulation 4 General
1 The notice contains additional rules on the technical regulations on performance of work on board ships as well as relevant provisions of the regulations on safety work in ships.
2 Work with substances and materials at all stages planned, organized and performed in a safe and healthy manner from both an individual and an overall assessment of the conditions in the working environment which in the short or long term can affect the physical or mental health. This should be unnecessary exposure to substances and materials, cf.. The technical requirements for performance of work on board ships.
Rule 5 Risk assessment (risk assessments) etc.
1 The ship owner or, on his master shall ensure that written workplace assessments of health and safety conditions on board, in particular in order to ensure a written treatment combined with the detailed planning, organization and implementation of workplace assessment, and to ensure of the result thereof visible.
2 A workplace should be prepared taking into account the nature of the work, the technical equipment, substances and materials, working methods and processes used on the ship, place of work, the ship's size etc.
3 A workplace should be subject to the regulation 6, paragraph. One of those general principles of prevention include an opinion on the safety problems that are on the ship, and how to solve them. The necessary solutions must be indicated in the workplace assessment.
4 A workplace to be updated when there are changes in the work, working methods and processes, etc.. which affect the working environment on board the ship, but no later than every three years.
5 A workplace shall be carried on board the ship and be available to the owner, master, supervisors, other employees and the Danish Maritime Authority.
6 If the master does not even their safety have the necessary expertise to develop workplace assessment, the owner or master of the assistance of Seahealth or Fishermen's Occupational Health Service or other experts.

7 If there are dangerous substances and materials on board including cargo must be in addition to the provisions of rule 5, paragraph. 1-6, include the following elements of assessment in the workplace assessment, cf.. However, rule 5, paragraph. 14:
7.1 substances and materials dangerous properties
7.2 exposure level, type and duration
7.3 circumstances of work involving hazardous substances and materials, including the crowd,
7.4 The effect of preventive measures taken or to be taken,
7.5 Where possible, conclusions can be drawn from the occupational medical examinations
7.6 any limit, and
7.7 Information about health and safety provided by the supplier or the owner / skipper.
8 The shipowner or his master shall from the supplier or other readily available sources of further information necessary for the workplace assessment.
9 assessment shall also include a list of the dangerous substances and materials used in the workplace with reference to the relevant workplace instructions, see. Rule 10, paragraph. 1-5.
10 Repair and maintenance work like on board ships can be predicted to result in significant exposure to substances and materials, or that may impair safety and health for other reasons even if taken technical measures to be included in the workplace assessment.
11 If the work involves a risk of exposure to several substances or materials, the different substances and materials total risk assessed.
12 To the extent consequent to the assessment in regulation 5, paragraph. 1-11, there is a danger to the safety and health, the regulation 8 and 9, said specific measures taken.
13 However, it is not necessary to take such special measures if the evaluation shows that the amount of hazardous substances and materials presents only a slight risk of effects.
14 The provisions of rule 5, paragraph. 7-11 does not apply if the owner or, on his master document that the nature and extent of the impact of hazardous substances and materials are of negligible extent and that measures are unnecessary.
15 The workplace assessment, the result of the assessment, including the measures to be taken, described by reference to the prepared workplace instructions under Rule 10, paragraph. 1-5.
Rule 6 Principles of prevention
1 To the extent resulting from the assessment referred to. Rule 5 paragraph. 1-11, the exposure to substances and materials are removed or minimized in the context of the work, see. Rule 7, paragraph. 1-8, and Rule 8, paragraph. 1:
1.1 by the amount of hazardous substances and materials removed, replaced (substituted) or limited to the minimum necessary for the work
1.2 through arranging the workplace,
1.3 by the use of technical aids
1.4 by limiting the number of workers exposed or risk being exposed to the effects of hazardous substances and materials to a minimum
1.5 appropriate hygienic measures
1.6 through appropriate working methods, including safe handling, storage, transport aboard ships, and disposal of hazardous substances and materials, and
1.7 by the use of appropriate personal protective equipment.
2 pcs. 1.1 does not apply to the transport of substances and materials as cargo.
3 The workers who work with hazardous substances and materials must be in the performance of work through one of the Danish Maritime Authority approved training. This must be documented.
Regulation 7 substitutes and materials (substitution principle)
1 The ship owner or, on his master shall ensure that dangerous substances and materials in the workplace are removed, replaced (substituted) or reduced to a minimum.
2 pcs. 1 does not apply to the transport of substances and materials as cargo.
3 Measures under paragraph. 1 must in particular be made by replacing a hazardous substance or material with a non-hazardous, less dangerous or less irritating substance or material or working.
4 This shall include ensuring that the substances and materials used in the form that involves the least risk of exposure through work.
5 If a replacement can not be made, then must be documented to the Danish Maritime Authority.
6 must be replaced though the effects from the hazardous substances and materials are insignificant.

7 If the use of substitute substance or material will lead to significant differences in technical properties or costs, must be made an overall assessment of the technical and economic consequences to the health and safety considerations.
8 If the replacement can not be made under subsection. 6 or omitted because a determined after weighing. 7 shows that the use of a substitute substance or material will cause unreasonable additional costs for the owner, then must be documented to the Danish Maritime Authority.
9 The ship's safety organization must be involved in the assessment of compensation (substitution) can be made under rule 5, paragraph. 14 and paragraph. 3-8.
Regulation 8 Special measures
1 If it is because of the specific nature not possible under regulation 5, 6 and 7 to remove the effects of health and safety, the ship owner or, on his master on the basis of the assessment in rule 5, paragraph. 1-11, take the following steps in order:
1.1 organize work methods, carry out technical checks and use suitable work equipment and materials to prevent or reduce releases of hazardous substances and materials
1.2 The use of collective protection at the hazard source, such as adequate ventilation and appropriate organizational measures, and
1.3 The use of individual protection measures including personal protective equipment.
2 In connection with the specific measures to be carried out occupational medical examinations, where appropriate.
3 Unless the owner or on his behalf, the driver clearly in other ways can prove that at the said special measures is achieved adequate protection, the ship owner or, on his master regularly, and when there are changes in circumstances that may involve risk of affecting exposure of workers to hazardous substances and materials, conduct research, especially when it is deemed necessary for the limit.
4 The ship owner or, on his master must take into account the results of the paragraph. 3 measurements mentioned in the preparation and updating of the workplace assessment.
5 If the work is of such a nature that it is not possible to prevent the presence on board of hazardous concentrations of inflammable substances and materials or hazardous quantities of chemically unstable substances and materials, the owner or his place the master on the basis of risk assessment and the general principles of prevention measures in particular in order in order:
5.1 to avoid the presence of ignition sources which could give rise to fires and explosions, or adverse conditions which could cause chemically unstable substances or materials give rise to harmful physical effects, and
5.2 to reduce the harmful effects on health and safety in case of fire or explosion due to inflammable substances or materials ignite, or harmful physical effects arising from chemically unstable substances or materials.
Rule 9 Measures in case of accidents, etc.
1 If the use of hazardous substances and materials in the workplace leads to accidents, incidents or imminent threat thereof, the ship owner or, on his master shall immediately take measures to mitigate impacts thereof and inform the workers thereof.
2 The shipowner or his master shall ensure that only workers whose work makes it necessary, have access to the affected areas. These workers are provided with appropriate personal protective equipment, see. The technical requirements of Chapter VII, Part A, on the use of personal protective equipment on board ships.
3 The shipowner or his master shall ensure that information on emergency arrangements involving hazardous substances and materials are available to the workers on board.
4 The information shall include information on:
4.1 identified hazards when working with hazardous substances and materials, measures for identifying hazards so that you can make the necessary precautions and
4.2 all available information concerning specific hazards that may arise in connection with accidents and incidents.
Rule 10 Workplace instructions

1 Where employees are workers on board when working with hazardous substances and materials must be provided for each substance or material based on the suppliers received safety data sheet or equivalent information, see. Annex 1 developed a workplace instructions. The shipowner or the shipowner's driver must make sure to obtain safety data sheets and ensure that employees and their representatives have access to the information in the safety data sheet. In addition to the MSDS information requested should work instructions supplemented by ship and workplace relevant information about the following headings in Annex 1:
4. First aid measures.
5. Fire-fighting measures, including information about precautions for fire.
6. Accidental release measures, including information on precautions when spills.
7. Handling and storage, including details on precautions when storing.
8. Exposure controls / personal protection, including information about precautions for exposure to the substance or material and protective clothing and personal protective equipment, and possibly ban it alone.
13. Disposal, including information about precautions for disposal when such is contained in the safety data sheet for the substance or mixture.
16. Other information, including applications.
2 The workplace shall be adequately updated.
3 The workplace must be kept available to employees.
4 Workers who are employed with substances and materials shall be instructed in their use, and the workplace instructions supplied with effective instruction.
5 The workplace must be in Danish, and if used with another language as a working language, also in this. The workplace must be easily understandable for workers.
6 The rule 10, paragraph. 1-5 contained requirements for workplace instructions do not apply to substances and materials transported as cargo, but the ship owner or, on his master shall for workplace assessment, cf.. Rule 5 paragraph. 1-11, provide similar information.
7 The shipowner or his master shall notify the safety of critical values ​​for the hazardous substances and materials. Ships that do not require establishment of a safety, workers must be similarly informed.
Rule 11 Medical studies
1 The shipowner shall ensure that the workers are estimated to be at risk for exposure to substances and materials by rule 5, paragraph. 1-11 have access to an occupational medical examination.
2 study should be conducted in accordance with the technical regulations on occupational medical examinations under the Act on maritime safety if:
2.1 the effects are of such a nature that identifiable disease or adverse health effect may be related to the exposure,
2.2 It is likely that the disease or effect may occur under the particular conditions worker's work,
2.3 the technique of investigation is of low risk to the worker and
2.4 The existence of effective techniques for detecting indications of the disease or effect.
3 Maritime Authority makes the shipowner and the ship know whether the results of the occupational medicine gives rise to new measures, including updating of the workplace assessment, current medical examinations of workers as well as measures related to the planning and organization.
ANNEX 1
Information on safety data sheet
This Annex disclosed the information in the safety data sheet as REACH1)) contains.
According to REACH must be for a number of substances and mixtures, a chemical safety report, where you want information concerning their use and exposure scenarios. These exposure scenarios need to be annexed to the SDS.
Users should also, where possible, to report back to the manufacturer or importer, if the use of the chemical senses other risks or health consequences than stated in the safety data sheet.
The safety data sheet must be below 16 headings contain information about this and be dateret2).
1. Identification of the substance or chemical mixture.

Information on trade name, registration number, main applications and description of the function. Name, address, phone and e-mail of the person responsible for marketing and SDS and emergency telephone number of company and / or relevant official advisory body.
2. Hazards Identification
Description of hazards to people and the environment.
3. Composition / information on ingredients.
Description of ingredients and their concentrations.
4. First aid measures.
Concise and easily understandable information about symptoms, first aid and possible. if medical attention is required.
5. Fire-fighting.
Information about precautions for fire.
6. Accidental release measures.
Information about precautions for spillage.
7. Handling and storage.
Information about precautions for handling and storage.
8. Exposure controls / personal protection.
Information on precautions by exposure to substances or mixtures including appropriate work processes, engineering controls, protective clothing, protective equipment and any prohibition on working alone.
9. Physical and chemical properties.
10. Stability and reactivity.
Indication of a substance or chemical mixing stability and the possibility that hazardous reactions occurring under certain application conditions and if released into the environment.
11. Toxicological information (hazardous properties).
Information on any. symptoms upon ingestion or absorption into the body
12. Ecological information
Information about the main effects on the environment.
13. Disposal
Information about the precautions for the disposal.
14. Transport information.
Information on internal and external transport.
15. Regulatory information
Information on any. the ingredients are listed or subject to special Community.
16. Other information
Any other information, such as the R-phrases, advice on training or instruction, age restrictions on use, main sources for the compilation of safety data sheet oa
Section B Code Numbered products
Regulation 1 Application
1 The provisions of this section shall apply for work on board ships with coded products.
2 The provisions of this section shall not apply to work covered by the Working Environment Act in the country.
3 The provisions of this section includes work on products listed in Annex 1 and for which standards must be a code number according to the Executive Order on determination of code numbers. This also includes products used for preparing and clearance of these operations.
4 The provisions of this section also includes work with substances and materials covered by the Executive Order on isocyanates, etc.
Rule 2 Definitions
1 'A code number for a product' is a code consisting of two numbers connected by a hyphen where
1.1 'number before the hyphen' indicates the security measures at least be taken against inhalation of fumes from the contents of volatile constituents, including organic solvents, and
1.2 'number after the hyphen' indicates the security measures at least be taken against contact with the product on the skin, eyes and respiratory tract or for ingestion.
Rule 3 Performance of work
1 Working with the products covered by the provisions of this section shall be planned, organized and carried out in accordance with the provisions of this section and otherwise in accordance with the provisions of Chapter I, Section A on performance of work on board ships.
2 For substances and materials covered by Rule 1. 4, the work also organized and carried out so as to avoid skin contact.
Rule 4 Code numbers
1 The master shall ensure that a product set. Rule 1. 3 and 4 before it is used, is provided with a code number.
2 A product's code number must be clearly indicated on the packaging or otherwise disclosed in writing. The year of entry into the workplace exposure current order, after which the code number provided must be specified with the code number.
3 Code number shall be stated in the workplace instruction, to be drawn up in accordance with Chapter II, Section A on substances and materials used on board ships.

4 For substances and materials covered by regulation 1. 4, applies also to suppliers and work instructions shall include information on whether the substance or the material containing epoxy resins, monomeric epoxies, reactive solvents or isocyanates as well as on the substance or material hardening.
5 The master shall ensure that for a product to prescribe the mixture of several components or adding diluent, set a code number for both products alone and for the ready mix.
6 For a product which requirements are needed at a certain temperature must be set a code number for the product at room temperature and the product at the prescribed temperature.
7 Keep Communication or the code number must also contain information on the respirator must be self-contained, if a product contains low-boiling liquids (substances with boiling point less than 65º C and a number of other substances that absorb poorly on coal filters), and if the work the product must be used respirators to protect against the inhalation hazard.
Regulation 5 of Products using
1 A product, including the use mixture may not be used without the code number of the product is given. The information given should be available to workers.
2 If the necessary information on the determination of code numbers are not available, the requirements for handling product correspond to the highest code numbers.
3 For substances and materials covered by regulation 1. 4, applies also to the application may be made by spraying (aerosol / vaporisation), but only manually using a spatula, brush, paint roller, caulking gun or the like.
4 People with eczema, recorded epoxy allergy, asthma, chronic pulmonary disease, recorded skin or respiratory allergies or excessive perspiration (hyperhidrosis manuum) may not work with substances and materials covered by regulation 1. 4.
5 Workers who work with substances and materials covered by the provisions of this section, in the performance of work through one of the Danish Maritime Authority approved training.
6 The master or the person substituting him, shall ensure that in paragraph. 5, the training takes place.
7 By working Do not use products that are ready for use have higher numbers in the code number than that specified in Table 2.1 of Annex 2.
8 The provisions of paragraphs. 7 may be waived when under other legislation requirements regarding the properties of the surface or to the finished work.
9 A product should not be used if the intended use can be replaced by a non-hazardous, less dangerous or less troublesome product. It is therefore usually used a product with the lowest possible code number ready for use.
10 When the use of a replacement product will entail significant differences in technical properties or costs, must be made an overall assessment of the technical and economic consequences to the safety, health and environmental concerns.
11 The vessel's safety organization should be involved in determining whether compensation can be made.
12 If a replacement can not be made under subsection. 9, or use of the product can not be omitted because it has been determined after weighing. 10 shows that the use of a replacement product will cause unreasonable additional costs for owner / employer then must be documented to the Danish Maritime Authority.
Rule 6 Safeguard
1 When working with the products, including the preparation and completion of the work, measures must be taken to ensure that persons working with the products as protected as possible from exposure to the products used. Primarily this should be done by technical measures in accordance. Prevention principles of the provisions of Chapter I, Section A on performance of work on board ships.
2 When working with the products must also be taken to protect the surrounding environment.
3 Where in paragraphs. 1 said technical measures can not reasonably be carried out, or where circumstances otherwise not hedge against the risk of undue influence, the Annexes 2-4 mentioned security as a minimum made.
4 When working on hot surfaces with a temperature above 35º C, determined security measures based on the code number, the figure before the hyphen is increased to the next higher number. In addition, there is always at least used respiratory protection in the form of a full face mask.

5 At the end of each work with the products until the applied product is dried or hardened to such an extent that the risk of harmful effects ceased, the security measures by rule 5, paragraph. 9-12 continue to be followed.
6 Where it is necessary that several employees while performing work with the products so near each other that there is danger to health exposure beyond that which can be attributed to his own work, there are sufficient safeguards to address health hazards.
7 Other than those who do the work with products or work required in connection therewith, shall not remain so close to the work that they may be exposed to hazardous influence.
8 For substances and materials covered by regulation 1 pc. 4, must also set up the warning sign, see. The provisions of Chapter VIII, Section A on signaling, safety signs, traffic signs and hand signals.
9 Working with respiratory protection must for the individual worker does not exceed either 6 hours on a working day when using breathing apparatus, or 3 hours on a working day when using filtering respirators. In particularly stressful situations due to the nature of the work, temperature or the like, time must be reduced. Working with respiratory protection should not take place continuously.
10 If deemed appropriate by the organization of work, the worker's employment with filtering respirators will last the requirements of paragraph. 9 period laid down, use breathing apparatus already from the outset. If work is so physically demanding that breathing through a respirator becomes difficult because of the resistance, use breathing apparatus.
11 Where working with substances and materials must be sufficiently relevant first aid equipment, including eye wash.
Rule 7 Storage and hygiene
1 The fabric and the material must be kept safe.
2 For substances and materials covered by regulation 1. 4, applies also to waste, residues, empty packaging, discarded working clothes and used disposable towels must be placed in special waste containers must be clearly labeled with contents.
3 When working with code-numbered products to be personal protective equipment stored in ventilated cabinets, room or other areas on the ship outside the crew accommodations.
4 People who work with substances and materials covered by regulation 1. 4, must have separate dressing rooms. Ordinary clothing and clothing should be stored separately, and there must also be access to showers with hot and cold water.
5 There must be access to wash basins with hot and cold water. When working with substances and materials covered by regulation 1. 4, taps must not be hand-operated.
6 In connection with washing facilities must be appropriate cleanser, mild soap, soft disposable towels and suitable skin creams for application by washing or waste container.
Regulation 8 Other provisions
1 For substances and materials covered by regulation 1. 4, applies also to the workers to carry out a careful personal hygiene.
2 If your hands or other body parts have been in contact with the substances or materials, they must be immediately cleaned with suitable cleaning agent. Then they must be washed thoroughly with soap and water and rubbed with suitable skin creams.
3 Taking food and drink etc., and smoking in the workplace may not take place.
4 Work that is used when working with substances and materials, shall not be worn during meals.
5 The master or the person substituting him shall ensure that there is effective supervision of the rules in paragraphs. 1-4, observed by workers.
ANNEX 1
Code Reportable products referred to. Rule 1. 3-4
1 Paints and paint goods-like surface coatings.
2 Lime (adhesives), including organic solvents, and fillers, including caulks, sealants and putty used for joining in repair example. in the living quarters.
13 diluents used for the above products, and products used in the preparation and completion of work with the above products including degreasers, cleaning solvents and paint removers.
4 products used during the preparation and completion of work on the above products, including cleaning solvents and paint removers.
ANNEX 2
Indoors
1 area of ​​the annex

1.1 Work with products indoors on ships and on the 'general' installations in these areas, such as. pipe installation and create bad.
2 Prohibition Schedule
2.1 In Table 2.1 indicates the highest permissible figure before the hyphen for paint products in ready to use mixture for some paint work.
3 Definitions
3.1 'Facilitate shelters' are made of tarpaulins or other tent material that allows some air circulation through the vents and leaks.
3.2 "Work with installed mechanical ventilation 'is working, acceptable to work on big items, which are equipped with sufficient mechanical ventilation.
4 Safety
4.1 Ventilation
4.1.1 There shall be mechanically ventilated, as indicated in table 2.2.
4.2 Personal protective equipment
4.2.1 Personal protective equipment to be used by the individual work, found by table 2.3. Protective equipment specified for both the figure before and after the hyphen in the code number must be included or combined as principles of Annex 4.
The notes are also available in Appendix 4.
Table 2.1
Maximum permitted number before the hyphen in the code number for painting products in ready to use mixture for painting indoor















Ceilings / walls



(Tire) / (Scots)





Floor



(The floor)




A. General impacts and performance requirements


1


1



Examples:
Living and sleeping quarters, galley and storerooms.
Offices and dining.
Stairs and hallways.
The exercise room and recreation room.
Passenger accommodation.
Dining rooms.
Toilets.
Machinery and vehicle deck (deck / bulkhead)





B. Large impacts and major functional requirements


2


2



The surfaces where there are major influences or where demands are high.
Examples:
Surfaces in galley and bathrooms.
Dressing room.
Toilet and laundry.
Machinery and vehicle spaces (the floor).
(The surfaces are not exposed to large effects belong under A).





C. Special effects and
special functional requirements


2


4



Surfaces on which there is special effects, or where there are special requirements.
Examples:
Surfaces in the infirmary / hospital, wet rooms. Maskinrumstanktop and surfaces in the engine that are exposed to the exhaust (4), car deck (deck level), are painted in operation due to very short drying time. (The surfaces are not exposed to special effects belong under A or possibly. B).








Table 2.2
Requirements for the establishment of ventilation indoors







Code No.


Light covers (made with tarpaulins and other tent material)



Rum with installed mechanical ventilation



The number before the stroke


Filler
proof ventilation equipment.


Spray


Filler
proof ventilation equipment.


Spray



00-


no


mechanical
ventilation


no


ventilation
Operating



0-


no


mechanical
ventilation


no


ventilation
Operating



1


no


mechanical
ventilation


ventilation
in operation B)



ventilation
Operating



2


mechanical
ventilation A)



mechanical
ventilation


ventilation
in operation B)



ventilation
Operating



3


mechanical
ventilation A)



mechanical
ventilation


ventilation
in operation B)



ventilation
Operating



4


mechanical
ventilation


mechanical
ventilation


ventilation
in operation B)



ventilation
Operating



5-


mechanical
ventilation


mechanical
ventilation


ventilation
Operating


ventilation
Operating






Table 2.2 continued
Requirements for the establishment of ventilation indoors







Code No.


Rum without installed mechanical
ventilation



Inside the tanks, cofferdams
and the like



The number before the stroke


Spatula, brush, roller or the like.


Spray


Spatula, brush, roller or the like.


Spray



00-


no


mechanical
ventilation


no


ventilation
Operating



0-


no


mechanical
ventilation


mechanical
ventilation A)



ventilation
Operating



1


mechanical
ventilation A)



mechanical
ventilation


mechanical
ventilation A)



ventilation
Operating



2


mechanical
ventilation A)



mechanical
ventilation


mechanical
ventilation A)



ventilation
Operating



3


mechanical
ventilation A)



mechanical
ventilation


mechanical
ventilation


ventilation
Operating



4


mechanical
ventilation


mechanical
ventilation


mechanical
ventilation


ventilation
Operating



5-


mechanical
ventilation


mechanical
ventilation


mechanical
ventilation


ventilation
Operating



A)


Use of mechanical ventilation may be omitted where the total consumption of paint products is maximum 1 liter per. day.



B)



It is not required that ventilation is in operation, the total consumption of paint products is maximum 1 liter per. day.






Table 2.3
Personal protective equipment and protective clothing
Working with products related to paint, paint goods-like surface coating, bonding, bonding and grouting indoor







Code No.


Small surface *)



Large surface



The number before the stroke


Spatula, brush, roller or the like.


Spray


Spatula, brush, roller or the like.


Spray



00-


No special


Full mask with combined filter 9)



No særlige8)



Full mask with kombifilter9)




0-


No special


Full mask with combined filter 9)



No særlige8)



Full mask with kombifilter9)




1


No særlige7)



Self-contained halvmaske2), 6) eye protection


Gasfiltermaske9)


Self-contained halvmaske2), 6) eye protection



2


No særlige7)



Self-contained
helmaske2)



Self-contained
half mask


Self-contained
helmaske2)




3


Gasfiltermaske9)



Self-contained
helmaske2)



Self-contained
full mask


Self-contained
full mask



4


Gasfiltermaske9)



Self-contained
helmaske2)



Self-contained
full mask


Self-contained
full mask



5-


Self-contained
full mask


Self-contained
full mask


Self-contained
full mask


Self-contained
full mask







Table 2.3 continued
Personal protective equipment and protective clothing
Working with products related to paint, paint goods-like surface coating, bonding, bonding and grouting indoor







Code No.


Small surface *)



Large surface



The number after the hyphen


Spatula, brush, roller or the like.


Spray


Spatula, brush, roller or the like.


Spray



-1


Gloves 3), 4), 5)



Full mask with combined filter, coveralls, gloves, cap


Gloves 3), 4), 5)



Full mask with combined filter, coveralls, gloves, cap



-2


Gloves 3), 4), 5)



Self-contained halvmaske1), 6), goggles, coveralls, gloves, cap


Gloves 3), 4), 5)



Self-contained halvmaske1), 6), goggles, coveralls, gloves, cap



-3


Gloves 3), 4), 12)



Air-supplied full mask, coveralls, gloves, cap


Gloves 4), 5)


Air-supplied full mask, coveralls, gloves, cap



-4


Gloves face shield, hood, beskyttelsesdragt11), 13)



Air-supplied full mask, protective clothing, gloves, cap


Gloves, face shield, hood, protective 11), 13)



Air-supplied full mask, protective clothing, gloves, cap



-5


Gloves face shield, hood, beskyttelsesdragt11), 13)



Air-supplied full mask, protective clothing, gloves, cap


Gloves, face shield, hood, protective 11), 13)



Air-supplied full mask, protective clothing, gloves, cap



-6


Gloves face shield, hood, beskyttelsesdragt11), 13)



Air-supplied full mask, protective clothing, gloves, cap


Gloves, face shield, hood, protective 11), 13)



Air-supplied full mask, protective clothing, gloves, cap






*) Small surfaces of which are surfaces, each of which is not greater than 4m2, and together amounting to 1/10 of the total surface area of ​​a room.
ANNEX 3
Working outdoors
1Bilagetsområde
1.1 Work with products outdoors on ships, for example. work on:

deck, bulkhead, antennas and masts, fixed machines etc.
1.2 Outdoor work should preferably take place with efficient natural ventilation or under light covers with installed mechanical ventilation.
2Sikkerhedsforanstaltninger
2.1 Personal protective equipment.
2.2 It is stated in Table 3.1, what personal protective equipment to be used in each work.
2.3 Protective gear listed for both the figure before and after the hyphen in the code number must be included or combined as principles of Annex 4.
The notes are also available in Appendix 4.
Table 3.1
Personal protective equipment and protective clothing when working outdoors







Code No.


outdoor



The number before / after line


Spatula, brush, roller or the like.


Spray



00-


No special


Full mask with
kombifilter9)




0-


No special


Full mask with
kombifilter9)




1


No special


Eye protection, self-contained halvmaske2), 6)




2


No særlige10)



Eye protection, self-contained halvmaske2), 6)




3


Gasfiltermaske0), 9)



Eye protection, self-contained halvmaske2), 6)




4


Eye protection, self-contained halvmaske1), 6



Self-contained helmaske2)




5-


Air-supplied full mask


Air-supplied full mask










Code No.


outdoor



The number after the hyphen


Spatula, brush, roller or the like.


Spray



-1


Handsker3), 4), 5)



Full mask with combination filter, hood, gloves, coveralls



-2


Handsker3), 4), 5)



Self-contained halvmaske2), 6) goggles, cap, gloves, coveralls



-3


Gloves 4), 5)



Self-contained helmaske2), 6), eye protection, hood, gloves, protective clothing



-4



Gloves, face shield, hood or helmet, protective


Air-supplied full mask, hood, gloves, protective clothing



-5


Gloves, face shield, hood or helmet, protective


Air-supplied full mask, hood, gloves, protective clothing



-6


Gloves, face shield, hood or helmet, protective


Air-supplied full mask, hood, gloves, protective clothing






ANNEX 4
Selection of personal protective equipment
1 Notes to table 2.3 and 3.1 for personal protection
0) By spotting and after repair of small surfaces where total consumption is no more than 1 liter per product. Today, there outside the recess and the like. work without respirators.
1) short-term work, for example. touch-up and after repairs to a limited extent (maximum 1 hour per. day), can be used gas filter mask. However, use breathing apparatus when working with products containing low-boiling liquids.
2) short-term work, for example. touch-up and after repairs to a limited extent (maximum 1 hour per. day), can be used combination filter mask. If the combination filter mask replaces full face mask, must also wear eye protection. However, use breathing apparatus when working with products containing low-boiling liquids.
3) If the hands are not soiled by the product can work without gloves.
4) By sprinkling work to use face shield and either a hood or helmet with big shadow. Possibly instructed eye protection lapses.
5) The suit must be used when soiling such an extent that regular work clothes do not protect against skin contact with the product.
6) If the half-mask and other required personal protective equipment can not easily be used simultaneously, use a breathing apparatus instead of half mask.
7) In niches, etc. must be used the same personal protection as in the 'large area'.
8) Gas filter mask or appropriate ventilation should be used when applying the product in a poorly ventilated room. However, any breathing apparatus will be self-contained, when working with products containing low-boiling liquids.
9) Air-supplied half mask must be used when working with products containing low-boiling liquids.
10) In the still air, use the same respirator as in outdoor products coded 3-.
11) Work with a glue gun or glue tube without a face shield and hood.
12) Work with a glue gun or glue tube without gloves if skin contact is avoided. Gloves should be used when changing glue cartridges.
13) Work with a glue gun or glue tube without protective clothing if the clothes are not soiled by the product.
2 Selection between notes
If one does not specify any protection or the same protective equipment for the same purpose with different notes, aggravating grooves (4) - 10)) should always be included. Lempende notes (0) - 3) and 11) - 13)) must be eliminated.
3 Choice of personal protection
1 If the composition results in order to decide between two different personal protective equipment for the same purpose, the final PPE elected as follows:
1.1 Air-supplied full mask precedes
- A breathing apparatus,
- Combination filter mask
- Gas filter mask,
- Dust filter mask
- Eye protection and
- Face shield.
1.2 Air-supplied half mask precedes
- Combination filter mask
- Gas filter mask and
- Dust filter mask.
1.3 Combination filter mask precedes
- Gas filter mask and
- Dust filter mask.
1.4 Where specified dust filter mask and gas filter mask simultaneously, use combination filter mask.
1.5 Where specified face shield and eye protection simultaneously, use face shield.
2 Bort Select a PPE according to the above, they fall away notes attached to the away selected PPE.
Section C Carcinogenic substances and materials, including asbestos and mutagens

Regulation 1 Application
1 The provisions of this section includes work with, including the use, handling and labeling:
1.1 carcinogenic substances and materials listed in Appendix 1, including asbestos,
1.2 The materials in Annex 1 specified percentage or more
1.3 workflows that deliver such a substance listed in Annex 1 for each drug, and
1.4 the mutagens set out in Annex 1
2 Except as provided in rule 2 the requirement applies also for Annex 1 listed substances and materials being transported as cargo.
3 This section contains provisions which are designed on the basis of Council Directive no. 2004/37 / EC of 29 April 2004 on the protection of workers from risks related to exposure to carcinogens or mutagens at work (sixth individual Directive within the meaning of Article 16, para. 1 of Council Directive 89/391 / EEC) (codified version), Official Journal 2004 L 158, p. 50.
Council Directive no. 83/477 / EEC of 19 September 1983 on the protection of workers from the risks related to exposure to asbestos Official Journal L 263, 327, p. 25, as amended by Council Directive 91/382 / EEC of 25 June 1991 and by the European Parliament and Council Directive 2003/18 / EC of 27 March 2003 L 97, p.48.
Council Directive 98/24 / EC of 7 April 1998 on the protection of the health and safety of workers from the risks related to chemical agents at work (fourteenth individual Directive within the meaning of Directive 89/391 / EEC), L 131, p. 11 | || Council Directive 83/478 / EEC of 19 September 1983 amending for the fifth time (asbestos) Directive 76/769 / EEC on the approximation of laws, regulations or administrative provisions restricting the marketing and use of certain dangerous substances and preparations. Council Directive 85/610 / EEC of 20 December 1985 amending for the seventh time Directive 76/769 / EEC Commission Directive 91/659 / EEC of 3 December 1991 adapting to technical progress Annex I to Council Directive 76/769 / EEC and Commission Directive 99/77 / EC of 26 July 1999 on the sixth adapting to technical progress Annex I to Council Directive 76/769 / EEC on the approximation of laws, regulations or administrative provisions relating to restrictions on the marketing and use of certain dangerous substances and preparations (asbestos) Official Journal L 207, p. 18.
Rule 2 General provisions for the use
1 This section contains additional notes to Chapter I, Section A on performance of work and Section A of this chapter on substances and materials.
2 Substances and materials covered by this section shall be deemed to be dangerous or otherwise degrading health and safety. Therefore in its entirety provisions on substances and materials used on board ships, see. Section A of this chapter. Furthermore, the special requirements of the law on maritime safety in general, such as. on epoxy resins and isocyanates in the provisions of Chapter II, Section B on work with coded products on board ships.
3 A substance or material must not be used if it can be replaced with a non-hazardous or less hazardous substance or material set. Provisions for compensation (substitution) of Chapter II, Part A, Regulations 7.1 and 7.3 to 7.9.
4 Arbejdspladsbrugsanvisninger for substances and materials to be developed for the employees in accordance with Part A, Regulations 3 and 10 of this chapter, in addition to those mentioned herein information contain information on working with the preparation may pose a cancer risk. Workplace operating instructions for materials shall also contain the names of the substances. Shall use the names by which substances and materials referred to in Annex 1
5 Workplace operating instructions in accordance with paragraph. 4 must disclose any precautions for the use of personal protective equipment by Rule 3. 10 and 12
6 Waste containing carcinogens or mutagens, to be collected, stored and disposed of in suitable sealed containers or, where that is not practicable, on the other safely. Containers must be marked as specified in Annex 3.
Rule 3 General provisions for the use and transport of cargo
1 This section contains additional rules to Chapter I, Section A on performance of work on board ships.
2 There should be using carcinogens or mutagens used work processes, working methods and tools, which exclude or limit vapors and dust formation of smoke and aerosols, etc. and splashing from the substances and materials as much as is reasonable, taking into account to technical progress.

3 Where there is a risk of exposure to carcinogens or mutagens from the load, use working methods that exclude or limit exposure. This applies to tasks such. loading, unloading, tank cleaning, ullage- and temperature measurement, sampling, loading and removal of snakes and other work on deck. The postponement may include vapors and dust formation of smoke and aerosols, etc. and the splashing of substances and materials. Selection of working methods should be made with regard to technical progress.
4 recirculation of air containing carcinogens or mutagens must not take place.
5 In local exhaust air containing carcinogens or mutagens, the extracted air is always brought to the outside.
6 Ventilation systems installed to protect workers, and technical systems used in work with carcinogens or mutagens must be equipped with appropriately functioning monitoring devices detecting and alerting to abnormal operating conditions and accidents.
7 In addition to monitoring devices must be prepared written instructions indicating the measures to be followed by abnormal operating conditions and accidents on board.
8 Workers must be informed of abnormal operating conditions and of any accident that may lead to risk of exposure to carcinogens or mutagens or from work, where such products can be developed.
9 As long as the increased risk is present, must be within the area concerned only employed persons to the extent necessary for the restoration of normal conditions. To counter the increased risk of exposure to carcinogens or mutagens must be observed for appropriate breaks, work must be shared between the workers and the work must be limited to what is strictly necessary. The persons who are employed in that area must be effectively protected against impacts.
10 If the work can not otherwise be performed in a safe and healthy working conditions, should be working with carcinogens or mutagens, use appropriate personal protective equipment.
11 Personal protective equipment:
11.1 shall not be worn during meal breaks,
11.2 should be stored separately from other clothes,
11.3 should be stored and disposed of in sealed packaging, labeled in accordance with Annex 3 when due for destruction or cleaning, and
11.4 should be cleaned separately with equipment fit for purpose.
12 For the use of personal protective equipment at the work in question applies to the provisions of Chapter VII of the use of personal protective equipment on board ships.
13 In areas where there is risk of exposure to carcinogens or mutagens, do not smoke, eat or drink, as well as storage of tobacco, food and beverages are not allowed to occur.
Rule 4 Assessment of safety and health conditions
1 If there are dangerous substances and materials at the workplace, the workplace assessment in accordance with section A, rule 5, paragraph. 1-6 in this chapter also include the following elements of assessment:
1.1 the substances and materials dangerous properties
1.2 exposure type, degree and duration
1.3 The circumstances of work involving dangerous substances and materials
1.4 The effect of preventive measures taken or to be taken,
1.5 Where possible, the conclusions to be drawn from the occupational medical examinations
1.6 The limits set by the labor inspectorate and
1.7 Information about health and safety provided by the supplier or the owner / skipper.
2 The ship owner or, on his master shall be from the supplier or other sources available to provide additional information necessary for the workplace assessment.
3 The assessment should also include a list of the dangerous substances and materials used in the workplace, with reference to the relevant workplace instructions.
4 Repair and maintenance work like on board ships can be predicted to give rise to significant exposure to hazardous substances and materials, or that may impair safety and health for other reasons, even if adopted technical measures should be included in the assessment.
5 If the work involves a risk to the influences of several hazardous substances or materials, the different substances and materials total risk assessed.

6 The assessment shall be updated when there are significant changes in working conditions, but at least every three years.
7 Where in paragraphs. 1 of substances and materials, the work planned and organized taking into account this evaluation, and it must be ensured that if necessary, special measures are taken as specified in Rule 6, paragraph. 1 and paragraph. 5-19.
8 At transport cargo of carcinogens or mutagens at work must be planned and organized taking into account this evaluation.
Regulation 5 Specific provisions for the use and transport as cargo
1 The provisions of Rules 6 and 7 shall apply only to the extent that it follows from the wording in Annex 1 for each substance, material or working process or an assessment under regulation 4
2 At transport cargo of Annex 1 substances and materials mentioned the special provisions of Regulation 4 Regulations 6. 2-6, paragraph. 13-19 paragraph. 21 and Rule 7, paragraph. 2-4. Going transport as packaged dangerous goods, rule 6 does not.
Rule 6 Special measures
1 To the extent that the consequences of the rule 4 that assessment, must work with the concerning substances and materials in closed systems whenever technically possible.
2 To the extent prescribed by Annexes 1 and the provision in rule 5, paragraph. 2, working processes involving carcinogens or mutagens shall only take place in closed systems or otherwise, preventing the release of substances and materials so that any impact from excluded.
3 If it is not technically possible to comply with paragraph. 2, the carcinogens and mutagens by other technical measures are removed so that the risk of exposure is reduced to a minimum.
4 If it is not technically possible to eliminate the risk of exposure, appropriate personal protective equipment used.
5 To the extent that it follows from the in Rule 4 above assessment, the workplaces where working with carcinogens or mutagens shall be demarcated and marked with warning and safety signs including 'no smoking' signs.
6 Such measures should always be taken to the extent set out in Annex 1 and the provision in rule 5, paragraph. 2.
7 To the extent that the consequences of the rule 4 that assessment, must work with carcinogens or mutagens performed only on jobs that are effectively separated from other workplaces, and only workers whose work makes it necessary, must have access to these areas.
8 Such measures should always be taken to the extent set out in Annex 1
9 To the extent that it follows from the in Rule 4 above assessment that there is a risk of contamination during use and transport as cargo, the changing and shower facilities in accordance with the provisions of Notice from the Danish Maritime Authority B, Chapter II-3, comprise two separate changing rooms, respectively for ordinary clothes and work clothes.
10 The dressing room for work clothes must be designed and equipped to properly run can be made packing work clothes in containers before being removed for washing. If disposable clothes or equipment, there must be closed, suitable waste containers so.
11 work clothes changing room shall not be used by others than those who are exposed to the contamination.
12 Shower and changing facilities shall always be fitted to the extent seen in Appendix 1.
13 To the extent that it follows from the in Rule 4 above assessment, the employer shall ensure that inspection of the working environment according to Part I, Section A on performance of work includes measuring programs.
14 measuring programs must be recognized and must always be in control, to the extent prescribed by Annexes 1 and the provision in rule 5, paragraph. 2.
15 Shipowners shall keep an updated list of workers under Rule 4 and the provision in rule 5, paragraph. 2, estimated to be or have been exposed to risk when working with carcinogens or mutagens, indicating the impact.
16 Workers must have access to the information for their own person entered in the list. Workers and their representatives shall have access to anonymous, collective information in the list.
17 The information on the individual worker must be kept for 40 years after the risk has ceased. By shipping termination shall send it to the Danish Maritime Authority.

18 The shipowner shall ensure that workers who under Rule 4 is assessed to be at risk of exposure to carcinogens or mutagens before appointment and thereafter at least once every 3 years have access to an occupational medical examination. The study must be carried out in accordance with Chapter IX of Section A of occupational medicine.
19 To the extent prescribed by Annexes 1 and the provision in rule 5, paragraph. 2, workers must have access to examinations in occupational medicine.
20 To the extent prescribed in Appendix 1, must carcinogens or mutagens before they are put into service on the ship, bear the marking in accordance with Annex 3.
21 At transport cargo of carcinogenic substances and materials or mutagens at work may thus be performed only by persons who have undergone special training approved by the Danish Maritime Authority.
Rule 7 Restrictions and communication
1 To the extent prescribed in Appendix 1, the use of carcinogens or mutagens not allowed.
2 To the extent prescribed by Annexes 1 and the provision in rule 5, paragraph. 2, any incident that may lead to a risk that people are exposed to health by influences from carcinogens or mutagens, notified the Danish Maritime Authority.
3 The notice shall contain a description of the accident, including the names of those carcinogens or mutagens, as well as information about the spill estimated amount.
4 The notification shall include an indication of the possible cause of the accident and an explanation on how similar accidents can be prevented in future.
Regulation 8 Asbestos
For asbestos, the special detailed rules in Annex 2 of the preceding provisions.
ANNEX 1
Carcinogenic substances and materials and mutagens
Annex 1 consists of two sections: Section A and Section B.
Section A contains a specific list of substances and materials.
Section B contains a reference to the EU list of hazardous substances.
A substance may be included under Rule 1-8 by virtue of both Part A and Part B. In this case, it is the particular requirements under section A, applicable. If the substance is already included in Section A with specific rules or with another percentage that these must be followed.
Section A
The column 'UN.nr.' indicates the substance or material UN.nr. used for transport. Substances with * are found in Mehrblätter Gefährliche ARBEITSSTOFFE (1998), in other Hommel Handbuch der gefährlichen Guten (2005).
It should be emphasized that it is not possible to go 'opposite' into the above; in the sense that example. UN 2810 is not only '1-Vinyl-2-pyrrolidone "and therefore carcinogenic. Several of the above UN numbers also covers many substances that are not carcinogens.
The column 'CAS.nr.' indicates a substance identification number in the Chemical Abstract Service.
The column 'substance' specific substances on the following list. In the column 'substance' also occurs materials and substances emitted by a workflow.
The column 'percentage of materials "shall determine the percentage of the substance, a material must be contained to the material covered by this technical regulation.
The column 'specific provisions' refers to Rule 5-8 of the provisions, in addition to the provisions Rule 2-4 applies to work with the substance or material.
In the column 'clarifying remarks and restrictions' clarifies the extent to which the stated specific provisions applicable to the substance / preparation. They also set out any restrictions on Technical Regulations apply to the substance / preparation.
| in front of a substance means that there are changes in relation to the former Annex 1







UN.
no.


CAS.nr.



substance


Percentage Content of Materials


Special provisions


Additional comments and limitations





53-96-3




2-AAF


0.1







97-56-3



AAT, see Azo dyes (Solvent Yellow 3)








26148-68-5



A-α-C


0.1





1089


75-07-0


|


acetaldehyde


0.1


Reg 7, paragraph. 1


Use in Cleaning








≥ 1


Reg 7, paragraph. 1


Other uses





16568-02-8



Acetaldehyde - N-formyl-N-methylhydrazone, see gyromitrin








60-35-5



Acetamid


0.1







2832-40-8



Acetamide, N- (4 - ((2-hydroxy-5-methylphenyl)
azo) phenyl) - see CI Disperse Yellow 3






2810




Acetophenone, reaction product with formaldehyde, cyclohexylamine, methanol and acetic acid


0.1







53-96-3



2-Acetylamino-fluorene, 2-AAF see








3761-53-3



Acid Red 26, azo dyes view








6459-94-5



Acid Red 114, see Azocolourants








1694-09-3



Acid Violet 49, see Bencylviolet 4B






2074


79-06-1




acrylamide


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use



1093


107-13-1



acrylonitrile


0.1







23214-92-8



adriamycin


0.1







3688-53-7



AF-2


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use





1162-65-8 1165-39-5
1402-68-2
7220-81-7
7241-98-7
6795-23-9



aflatoxins


0.1







15972-60-8



alachlor


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use



2761
nos


309-00-2



aldrin


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use





85535-84-8



Alkane, C10-13, chloro, see chloroalkanes, C10-13








94-59-7



5-Allyl-1,3-benzodioxole, see Safrole






2219


106-92-3



allyl


0.1





3143 *


60-09-3




P-aminoazobenzene, see Azo dyes (Solvent Yellow 1)






3143


97-56-3





O-Aminoazotoluen, see Azo dyes (Solvent Yellow 3)









92-67-1



4-Aminobiphenyl


0


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use










4-Aminobiphenyl, salts


0


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


The ban does not apply if the substance is present in a substance or material as impurities, by-products or as a constituent of waste products, and the concentration of the substance is less than 0.1 weight percent. Risk assessment is only relevant when the application is allowed.






77094-11-2



2-Amino-3,4-dimethylimidazo (4,5-f) quinoline, see MelQ














77500-04-0



2-Amino-3,8-dimethylimidazo (4,5-f) quinoline, see MelQx








62450-06-0



3-Amino-1,4-dimethyl-5 H-pyrido (4,3-b) indole, see Trp-P-1








67730-10-3



2-Aminodipyrido
(1,2-a: 3 ', 2'-d) imidazole,
see Glu-P-2






2811 *
nos


399-95-1



4-Amino-3-flourphenol


0.1







67730-11-4



2-Amino-6-methyl-dipyrido (1,2-a: 3 ', 2'-d)
imidazole, see Glu-P-1








76180-96-6



2-Amino-3-methyl-imidazo (4,5-f)
quinoline, see IQ








105650-23-5



2-Amino-1-methyl-6-phenylimidazo- (4,5-b) pyridine, see PhIP








68006-83-7




2-Amino-3-methyl-9H-pyrido (2,3-b) indole,
see MEA-α-C








62450-07-1



3-Amino-1-methyl-5H-pyrido (4,3-b) indole,
see Trp-P-2








712-68-5



2-Amino-5- (5-nitro-2-furyl) -1,3,4-thiadiazole


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use





26148-68-5



2-Amino-9H-pyrido (2,3-b) indole, see A-α-C






2763 *


61-82-5



amitrol


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use





7789-09-5



Ammonium chromate, see Chromium compounds, hexavalent






1547


62-53-3



aniline


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use







Aniline, salts


0.1





2431


90-04-0




O-anisidine


0.1










O-anisidine, salts


0.1





1549 *
nos


1309-64-4
1317-98-2
12412-52-1



Antimony trioxide


0.1



Use of flame-retardant paints, adhesives, sealants and the like.









Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Other uses






90640-80-5
90640-81-6
90640-82-7
91995-14-1
91995-15-2
91995-16-3
91995-17-4



Anthracene oil content ≥ 0.1% benzene or ≥ 0.005% benzo (a) pyrene


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use





90640-80-5
90640-81-6
90640-82-7
91995-14-1
91995-15-2
91995-16-3
91995-17-4



Anthracene oil with a content of <0.1% benzene or 1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use



1361 *


1333-86-4



The carbon black


0.1



Carbon black, powdery materials containing respirable carbon black ≥ 01% covered.







The carbon black extracts


0.1







97722-04-8



Hydrocarbons,
C26-55, arom.


0.1







492-80-8



4.4 | -Carbonimidoylbis (N, N-dimethylaniline), see auramine










4.4 | -Carbonimidoylbis (N, N-dimethylaniline), its salts, auramine see, salts






1846


56-23-5



Carbon tetrachloride Carbon tetrachloride see










Carrageenan, demoted


0.1








|


Cartasol Yellow M-GL conc. With ELINCS no. 401-500-5


0.1







13010-47-4



CCNU


0.1





2232



107-20-2



Cloracetaldehyd


0.1







85535-84-8


|


Chlorinated alkanes, C 10-13



0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use





95-06-7



2-chloroallyl-N, N-diethyldithiocarbamate, see sulfallate








305-03-3



chlorambucil


0.1







56-75-7



chloramphenicol


0.1





2018


106-47-8




P-chloroaniline


0.1





1991


126-99-8



2-Chloro-1,3-butadiene


0.1





2761 *


57-74-9
5103-71-9
5103-74-2
5566-34-7
12789-03-6



chlordane


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use



2761 *


143-50-0



chlordecone


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use



2761 *


6164-98-3



chlordimeform


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use





19750-95-9



Chlordimeformhydrochlorid


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1



Use



1239


107-30-2



Chlordimethylether


0.1







115-28-6



chlorendic


0.1







51594-55-9



(R) -1-Chloro-2,3-epoxypropane


0.1









C12 chlorinated paraffins (approximately 60% chlorinated)


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use







α-Chlorinated toluenes:






1886


98-87-3



benzal chloride


0.1





1738


100-44-7



Benzyl chloride


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use



2226


98-07-7



Trichlormethylbenzen


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use



1037


75-00-3


|


chloroethane


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use



2232


107-20-0



2-chloroethanal, see Chloroacetaldehyde








13010-47-4



1- (2-Chloroethyl) -3-cyclohexyl-1-nitrosourea, see CCNU






1086



75-01-4



Chloroethylene, see
vinyl chloride








13909-09-6



1- (2-Chloroethyl) -3- (4-methylcyclohexyl) -1-nitrosourea, view 1-Methyl-CCNU






1063


74-87-3



Chloromethane, see Methyl chloride






1239


107-30-2



Chlormethylmetylether, see Chlordimetylether








513-37-1



1-Chloro-2-methylpropene


0.1





1578


100-00-5


|


1-Chloro-4-nitrobenzene


0.1







494-03-1



chlornaphazine


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use



1888


67-66-3



chloroform


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use



1991


126-99-8



Chloroprene, see 2-Chloro-1,2-butadiene








54749-90-5



chlorozotocin


0.1







150-68-5



3- (4-Chlorophenyl) -1,1-dimethylurea, see Monuron








140-41-0



3- (4-Chlorophenyl) -1,1- dimethyluroniumtrichloracetat, see Monuron-TCA








95-83-0




4-Chloro-o-phenylenediamine


0.1









4-Chloro-o-phenylenediamine, salts thereof


0.1







133855-98-8


|


cis - (. PM.) - 1 - ((3- (2-Chlorophenyl) -2- (4-fluorophenyl) oxiranyl) methyl) -1H-1,2,4-triazole


0.1







1897-45-6



chlorothalonil


0.1


Reg. 6, paragraph. 20
Reg. 7, paragraph. 2-4


The use of antifouling paint containing the substance as a biocide.









Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Other uses



2239


95-69-2



4-Chloro-2-toluidine


0.1







3165-93-3



4-Chloro-2-toluidine hydrochloride


0.1





2761 *


6164-98-3




N | - (4-Chloro-o-tolyl) -N, N-dimethylformamidine, see Chlordimeform








19750-95-9




N | - (4-Chloro-o-tolyl) -N, N-dimethylformamidinhydrochlorid, see Chlordimeformhydrochlorid






1760
nos


5216-25-1


|


1-Chloro-4- (trichloromethyl) benzene


0.1







84332-86-5



Chlozoolinat


0.1









Chromium compounds, hexavalent, including among others .:








7789-09-5




Amnoniumdichromat


0.1


Reg. 7
PCS. 1


Use







barium chromate


0.1





2291
nos


1344-37-2
1344-38-3
7758-97-6
12656-85-8
18454-12-1



Lead chromate


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


The refurbishment and repainting of ships, containers, cranes and similar large structures. However for repair painting of issues mentioned only reg. 1-4









Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Other uses





13765-19-0



Calciumchromat


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use





24613-89-6



Chromium (III) chromate


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use





4977-61-8



Chromium (VI) oxidchlorid


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use



1758


14977-61-8



Chromium (VI) dichloriddioxid


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use



1463


1333-82-0



Chromium trioxide


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use





7789-00-6



potassium


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use




3288


7778-50-9



potassium dichromate


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use





7775-11-3



Sodium


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use



1479


10588-01-9



sodium


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use





7789-12-0



Sodium dichromate dihydrate


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use





7789-06-2



strontium


0.1



Anti-corrosive paints and sealants









Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Other uses





11103-86-9
13530-65-9
15930-94-6



zinc chromate


0.1


Reg. 6, paragraph. 1


The use of products where the presence is necessary in order to achieve sufficient adhesion to hard aluminum, if there is a risk of aerosol formation. Is there not a risk of aerosol formation is only applicable Rule 1-4.









Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Other uses







Chromium compounds, other hexavalent compounds


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use





14977-61-8



Chromium (VI) dichloriddioxid, see chromium, hexavalent






1758


14977-61-8




Chromium (VI) oxidchlorid, see Chromium compounds, hexavalent (chromium (VI)
dichloriddioxid)






1463


1333-82-0



Chromium trioxide, see Chromium compounds, hexavalent








117-10-2



Chrysazin, see Dantron








218-01-9


|


chrysene


0.1







6459-94-5



CI Acid Red 114, see Azo dyes (Acid Red 114)








569-61-9



CI Basic Red 9


0.1








|


CIB R634 with ELINCS no. 406-220-7


0.1







2429-74-5



CI Direct Blue 15 (technical grade), see Benzidine-based dyes (Direct Blue 15)








2832-48-8



CI Disperse Yellow 3


0.1







59865-13-3
79217-60-0



cyclosporin


0.1







842-07-9



CI Solvent Yellow 14, see 1-Phenylazo-2-naphthol








15663-27-1



cisplatin


0.1







6358-53-8



Citrus Red No. 2, see Azo dyes (Solvent Red 80)








7440-48-4



cobalt



0.1


See Cobalt-link-ups, other


See Cobalt compounds, other





7646-79-9



cobalt dichloride


0.1


See Cobalt compounds, other


See Cobalt compounds, other





1307-96-6



cobalt


0.1


See Cobalt-link-ups, other


See Cobalt compounds, other





10124-43-3



cobalt


0.1


See Cobalt compounds, other


See Cobalt compounds, other





1317-42-6



cobalt


0.1


See Cobalt-link-ups, other


See Cobalt compounds, other







Cobalt compounds, other


0.1


Reg. 7, paragraph. 1


Use of paints.
Using paints, inks mm with siccative in content