Chapter 1 Scope and so on
Chapter 2 General provisions
Chapter 3 Offshore Facility
Chapter 4 Areas with particular hazards
Chapter 5 Work Space
Chapter 6 Desktop
Chapter 7 Sanitary conditions of job creation
Chapter 8 Direction of an emergency
Chapter 9 Specified with special needs
Chapter 10 Entering
Chapter 11 General provisions on equipment
Chapter 12 Pressure equipment
Chapter 13 Evvy Equipment
Chapter 14 Notified bodies, inspections, etc.
Chapter 15 Dispensation, punishment and entry into force, etc.
Confescation of mobile off-shore sites, etc. : Construction, orientation and equipment 1)
In accordance with section 4 a, section 18 (1). 6, section 43-44, § 61 (3). 4, and Section 72 (3). 1, in Law No 1. 1424 by 21. In December 2005, on the safety and conditions for off-shore for investigation, production and transport of hydrocarbons (offshore safety law) as amended by law no. 1400 by 27. In December 2008 and Law No 287 by 15. In April 2009, provision shall be made pursuant to section 61 (1). 3 :
Scope and so on
Scope of application
§ 1. The notice shall apply to mobile off-shore as defined in section 2 (2) of the Offshore Safety Act. 3 and which have or shall be authorised to operate on Danish seaside or in a Danish continental socket area, cf. the offshore security section, section 3, section. 1.
Paragraph 2. The notice shall also apply to ships and devices covered by the section 3 (3) of the Offshore Safety Act. 5 (special vessels), to the extent construction, construction and equipment, in the case of safety and health conditions of associated offshore installations. cf. Section 3 of the Energy Management Notice No 1186 of 09. October 2007 on the extension of the scope of the offshore safety law.
Paragraph 3. The notice shall also apply to accommodation facilities on ships and devices which are not subject to the definition of the offshore security law in section 2 (2). 1 and where persons working on an offshore installation shall be accommodated to the extent that it is relevant to the safety and health of the persons involved, cf. Section 2 of the Energy Management Notice No 1186 of 9. October 2007 on the extension of the scope of the offshore safety law.
§ 2. For the purposes of this notice :
1) Workspaces : any room at the off-shore plant where there are jobs.
2) Workplace : a place on the offshore plant where a job is carried out.
3) Drill equipment : equipment that is part of the drilling process or other well operations, as well as the pipeline connections between these.
4) Design : a general description of the offshore plant.
5) auxiliary equipment : Equipment not directly involved in the drilling or production process, cf. no. 13 and 14, such as generators, emergency generators, lifting gear and pumps.
6) Quarters : The part of the off-shore or associated ships that contain accommodation spaces.
7) Direction : placement of equipment, equipment, equipment and plant parts in relation to each other on the offshore plant.
8) Inventions : loose parts that cannot be characterized as equipment.
9) MODU Code : "Code for the Construction and Equipment of Mobile Offshore Drilling Units" by the International Maritime Organization (IMO).
10) Offshore installations : mobile off-shore.
11) Construction of the Offshore Facility : Design, Dimension and Building Items for Facility Parts and Collection Parts with Each Other
12) Attention : For the purposes of the on-board particular dorm, esophageal, toilets, baths and time periods.
13) Person-leading lift : Fixed installed lifting equipment for the transport of persons or goods or persons and goods between fixed levels by means of a chair (cabin) whose dimensions and directions clearly provide access to persons.
14) Production equipment : Equipment forming part of the production process where the offshore plant is used for the production of hydrocarbons.
15) The safety and health statement : the statement as set out in the Energy Management announcement concerning the management of safety and health on offshore installations, and so on.
16) Pressure equipment : pressurization containers as defined in the Work with regard to certain Community Directives on pressure vessels, simple pressure vessels, as defined in the Order for simple pressure vessels, aerosol containers as defined in The aerial notice on aerosols and transportable pressure equipment as defined in the notice of transportable pressure equipment in the Work shall be carried out as defined in the Work in the Work in the Work for Transporter Safety.
17) Equipment :
a) Machinery, containers, appliances, tools and any other similar procedure used in the processing of a product or to the production of a work result, including transport and storage, or to carry out a technical service ; process.
b) Share to such information, prefabricated design and any other enacted object intended to be included with other objects to be included in a finished unit.
§ 3. Where the owner or user is referred to in the notices to which this notice refers, the owner or user shall be understood as the operator ' s business.
§ 4. The design, construction and equipment of the offshore plant, including electrical systems, software, hardware, etc. shall be such that the safety and health risks have been reduced as much as is reasonably practicable in the interests of : use and maintenance.
Paragraph 2. Production equipment must follow the rules for fixed off-shore installations, cf. The design, construction and equipment of the firm offshoreangs and pipelines must be announced on the design, construction and equipment of the general Ministry of Energy and the Pipelines.
Standards and Standards
§ 5. Anerent standards and standards which have a safety and health impact on the construction of the offshore plant, the direction and equipment must be followed in accordance with the rules of the operation of the off-shore construction. § 42, paragraph. First, in the offshore security bill.
Paragraph 2. Mobile Offshore, used as a mobile Offshore Drilling Units, must at least comply with the requirements of the MODU code, consolidated version 2001, cf. § 120, however.
Paragraph 3. Airborne drilling units built after the 1. In addition to the requirements referred to in paragraph 1, January 2001, 2, as a minimum, satisfying the additional requirements laid down in the Annex to the Maritime Agency ' s technical regulation on the building and equipment of remotes boreders.
Paragraph 4. Standards and standards referred to in paragraph 1. However, 1 may be permitted in cases where it is appropriate to achieve a higher level of safety and health, or as a result of technical progress. It shall be assumed by the derogation that the safety and health risks are reduced as much as it is reasonably practicable in accordance with the requirements of the Directive. § 42, paragraph. 2 in the off-shore security law.
Paragraph 5. Provided that there are no recognised standards and standards as referred to in paragraph 1. 1, the safety and health risks associated with the construction of the offshore plant must be assessed and reduced as much as reasonably practicable in accordance with the conditions laid down in the off-shore construction. offshore security, section 33.
§ 6. The equipment, workspaces, jobs and accommodation etc. on offshore installations must be placed in proportion to each other in the interest of the risk of fire, explosion and the risk of accumulation of harmful substances, so that safety and Health risks have been reduced as much as it is reasonably practicable.
§ 7. The offshore must be designed in accordance with the technical and social development of the community.
§ 8. Arming structures must be designed and constructed so that they can withstand the workloads which they may be subjected to during installation and operation.
Paragraph 2. Arming structures must be designed in such a way that the single components or the intake of water may not result in unacceptable consequences ;
Paragraph 3. The capacity of the construction must be sufficient to ensure that :
1) allow an evacuation in an accident situation and
2) protection from structural collapse until evacuation has taken place in an accident.
Paragraph 4. The design construction must be so designed that the consequences of possible explosions have been taken into account.
Offline of offshore
§ 9. The safety and health risks associated with the establishment of the off-shore must, cf. Section 4 is identified and assessed for both an individual and a reassessment of the environmental conditions of the working environment which may, in the short or in the long term, affect physical or mental health, so as to effect harmful effects on health, Avoid.
§ 10. Proposed by the off-shore installation, including material conversion, which may be equivalent, must be planned and carried out in such a way as to ensure that the safety and health risks involved in the execution of the work as a whole are as low as it is ; reasonably practicable. It must, in particular, be observed that work spaces and jobs, etc. are dimensioned, arranged and interconnected so that :
1) Whereas a workflow can be established, including the transport and storage of the use of equipment, so as to make safety and health hazards as low as reasonably practicable,
2) any risks and nuisance from work processes, including the development of vapours, dust or other air pollution, radiation, extreme temperatures and so on may be minimised, and unnecessary effects are avoided ;
3) facilities etc. may be used, including cleaned, maintained and complied with, etc., in a manner so that the safety and health hazards of both those performing the work and other on-site work are as low as they are reasonably practicable ;
4) where structures and materials of such nature are used, the use of an adequate insulation and satisfactory sound, climate and lighting, are used in accordance with the appropriate sound, climate and illuminating sound conditions,
5) are not used which emits vapors or dust which are capable of forming harmful or generating concentrations of health or accumulating static electricity,
6) where the work may result in heavy dust development or harmful contamination, not used constructs or materials which may raise pollution or which are difficult to clean ;
7) Whereas work that is not outside its species may be carried out in a safe working space unless it is evidently unreasonable or inappropriate and,
8) the safety and health risks associated with cleaning up, cleaning and maintenance have been reduced as much as it is reasonably practicable.
§ 11. The off-shore must be designed in such a way that jobs, equipment and equipment, taking into account technological developments, are adapted to the staff and so that the safety and health risks have been reduced as much as it is ; reasonably practicable.
§ 12. The offshore installations must be equipped with adequate access routes and areas of such size and nature that the workers may be unimpeded and carry out their work without security or health risks and with the use of equipment ; to a reasonable extent.
§ 13. Offshore installations with more than one floor shall be fixed with an appropriate number of stairs.
Paragraph 2. The offshore installation must be equipped with equipment, including in particular mechanical equipment, in such a way as to prevent the staff from transporting the burden manually, cf. The Energy Management Notice of Manual Handling of Offshore Plant.
Paragraph 3. Trapper and equipment shall be positioned taking into account the intended use, cf. paragraph One and two.
§ 14. To the extent that it is necessary for the safe orientation and for the safety of employees to travel safely, access routes and areas, as well as escape routes, have a clear marking of directions, exits and unexpected level differences.
§ 15. The location, the number and dimensions of doors, ports, limbs and so on shall be so that the safety risks, in the interest of the nature of the work and of the conditions, by use or passage, have been reduced as much as is reasonably practicable.
§ 16. Transparency doors must be visible.
Paragraph 2. Swing doors and slots shall be transparent or have transparent fillings.
Paragraph 3. Where transparent or semi-transparent doors and ports have not been carried out in safety material and where there is a risk that if any doors may be damaged, if doors or ports are shattered, these surfaces shall be protected from detonation.
§ 17. Transparent or semi-transparent separators, and in particular separatable walls only made up of glass, in work rooms or by the area of work or access routes, must be clearly marked and made of safety materials or separated ; from these jobs and access routes in such a way that if there is no way in contact with the walls or be affected if the walls are shattered.
§ 18. Lighting installations on a connecting roads shall be so positioned that the chosen illumination form does not present any accident risks to the employees.
§ 19. Access routes to the offshore installations must be so designed that the boat transport of sick and injured for treatment rooms and evacuation sites may be effected effectively.
Exit routes, etc.
20. The offshore installation must be designed in such a way that the safety and health risks of escape, evacuation and rescue on board in the event of fire and other accidents are as low as it is reasonably practicable. This shall be demonstrated by an evacuation analysis, cf. The Energy Management Notice on the Management of Safety and Health at Offshore Plant.
§ 21. Any time must be easy and unhindered access to escape routes and emergency exits, and these must, as directly as possible, lead to a safe assembly point or a safe evacuation point.
Paragraph 2. Depending on the nature of the work and conditions, there must be a sufficient number of escape routes and emergency exits of such a design, dimension and location, that there is a reassuring possibility that everyone on the off-shore plant may come into operation ; for safety.
Paragraph 3. From areas where employees are normally employed, two of each other's independent means of escape to an evacuation or safe place of assembly shall be located.
§ 22. The position of stairways shall take account, inter alia, of the fact that the escape routes from all parts of the offshore installations must be short and logical.
Paragraph 2. Doors and ports of escape routes must open in the direction of escape, taking into account the provisions of paragraph 1. 3, or, if this is not possible, be drawn up as sliding doors, and must be able to operate in an easy and safe manner without the use of the key.
Paragraph 3. Doors and gates must not be blocked by opening the escape route.
-23. Escape routes and emergency exits where lighting is required must be provided with adequate emergency lighting in all circumstances.
Paragraph 2. Escape routes must be provided with clear and appropriate positioning and marking, showing the way to a safe assembly point or evacuation site.
§ 24. Sufficiary measures must be taken to monitor escape routes, evacuation points and collection centres for heat and smoke and, as far as possible, from the effects of explosions and to ensuring that escape routes to and from The evac sites and collection points are applicable.
Paragraph 2. These measures must be such that they protect at long-tables long enough for a possible evacuation and rescue operation to be carried out safely.
§ 25. The offshore plant must be provided with sufficient illumination to ensure that the safety and health hazards of the work and the traffic in the installation are as low as it is reasonably practicable.
Paragraph 2. The amount of light distribution, light intensity and quality of light shall be taken into account in accordance with conditions and in accordance with the type of work.
Paragraph 3. The amount must not, in itself, give rise to a harmful effect to health, cf. The Energy Management announcement of protection against the risks of artificial optical radiation on offshore installations.
Paragraph 4. The amount must be fixed in such a way that it does not give shy blinding or reflex or cause generly warmth.
Paragraph 5. The amount shall be designed in such a way as to ensure that operations checkpoints, escape routes, collection points, embarkation locations and risk areas remain informed.
SECTION 26. Where the work is such that it may be associated with a particular risk if the lighting fails, an emergency lighting must be fixed so that the safety hazard due to the loss of the lighting is as low as it is reasonable ; practicable.
Areas with particular hazards
§ 27. Areas where there may be a risk of decommissioning or degrading items, or where there is, incidentally, particular safety or health risk, safety or health hazards must be guaranteed by rail, foreclosure, covering or other appropriate means of safety ; measure.
Paragraph 2. Areas where pressure-testing of equipment or other particular risk-filled activities is carried out must be sealed off.
Paragraph 3. The areas referred to in paragraph 1 shall be referred to in paragraph 1. 1 and 2 shall be marked and fitted with warning boards.
§ 28. Areas where there is a risk of the accumulation of harmful substances must be incorporated in such a way that these substances are caught at the source and removed.
§ 29. Combustion air shall be taken from unclassified territory.
Paragraph 2. Exhausting from combustion engines and fired units shall be carried to unclassified territory.
Paragraph 3. Exhaust gases shall be diverted from the off-shore so that they are not for the purposes of the on-board, or are causing dangerous ground for helicopter flight.
-$30. Work rooms must be oriented and placed in the light of the processes to be carried out in the working space so as to make safety and health risks as low as they are reasonably practicable.
Paragraph 2. Work rooms shall also be designed to unduly unnecessary effects on harmful substances and materials, radiation, extreme temperatures, tracts or vibrations, etc. from other parts of the off-site and the environment as far as possible, has been avoided.
§ 31. Jobs must be located in the working room in such a way as to make the safety and health risks as low as it is reasonably practicable.
Paragraph 2. Where, in a working space, specific safety or health risks resulting from the nature of the work, special work processes, etc., the working space shall be located, fitted and equipped so that the risks have been reduced as much as it is appropriate ; practicable.
§ 32. Work rooms must, taking into account the nature of the work of the work and the physical activity of employees, be isolated so much that safety and health risks are kept as low as it is reasonably practicable.
§ 33. Work rooms must be provided with adequate installations for the appropriate heating, cooling, ventilation and exhaust ventilation. These installations may not give generable radiation or features.
Paragraph 2. The temperature of the working rooms must be appropriate for the human organism, taking into account the working methods employed and the physical load.
§ 34. Closed jobs must, taking into account the working methods and physical load to which the workers are exposed, must be provided with fresh air in sufficient quantity.
Paragraph 2. A malfunctioning in the ventilation or exhaust system must trigger an alarm if the defect is of relevance to the safety or health of its employees.
$35. The temperature in accommospaces, room for staff with watchdog, sanitary spaces, oesophageum and room for first aid must be taken care of for the specific purposes of these space.
§ 36. Work rooms must be well lit, as far as possible by means of daylight and otherwise by means of suitable artificial lighting.
Paragraph 2. The windows, skylights, and separating walls must be designed in such a way as to avoid excessive solar lighting in the workplace, taking into account the nature of the work and the nature of the work station.
Paragraph 3. Lighting installations in the working rooms shall be so arranged so that the chosen illumination form does not present any accident risks to the employees.
§ 37. Work rooms shall be reassuring in the light of emergency lighting.
Dimensions, surfaces and airspace
§ 38. The carvading area of works space, space and airspace must be taken to the nature of the work, equipment, materials and equipment present in the working room, as well as the number of staff normally ferries or residing there for the purpose of doing so ; may be required for the staff to carry out the work in such a small safety and health risk, which is reasonably practicable.
Paragraph 2. The floors of work space are to be free from dents, gaps and level differences which may present a safety-related hazard. The stocking shall be adapted to the work that is carried out in the working space and have, in the interest of the nature of the work, appropriate stability and public safety.
Paragraph 3. The surfaces of the working space shall not be donating vapors or dust to the working space or may give rise to the formation of static electricity so that the workers are exposed to harmful or significant influences. In work rooms where there may be a risk of explosion, the floor coverings must be suitable and non-sparking.
Paragraph 4. The surfaces on floors, walls and ceilings in the working rooms must be such that, by cleaning and cleaning, the health risks arising from the surface are as low as it is reasonably practicable.
§ 39. Work rooms and equipment and equipment must, as far as possible, be made with unflammable or flame retardant materials.
Paragraph 2. If flammable materials are used, they must not be able to develop toxic smoke by incineration.
§ 40. The individual's workplace must be appropriately oriented towards ergonomic principles and so that the employee of its workplace can follow appropriate processes.
§ 41. The desktop must be located and corrected so that the worker is not unnecessarily affected by materials and materials, radiation, extreme temperatures, traits or vibrations and so on.
Inventory, ancillaries and materials
§ 42. An appropriate equipment must be carried out at work, so that the safety and health risks of the work have been reduced as much as it is reasonably practicable.
Paragraph 2. Stole, working tables and similar working tables or by shifting workers shall, where necessary, be adjusted ;
Paragraph 3. The inventory must be made from materials which do not present health risks. The design and materials of such equipment must be such that the equipment may be cleaned effectively in an appropriate manner to the polluting that it is exposed to.
§ 43. The working space must be so inclusive that equipment needs to be necessary, equipment and materials so that all safety and health risks of the work have been carried out as much as it is reasonably practicable.
Paragraph 2. Where the work without any disadvantage may be carried out, there must be a suitable place to work for this. Where possible, seating positions may be used when interruption in the work is possible, as far as possible.
Paragraph 3. Access routes and escape routes for the workplace must be designed in such a way as to reduce the safety risk using these in normal situations and in emergency situations, which are as reasonably practicable as possible.
§ 44. The workplace shall be equipped with adequate fresh air, if necessary by means of mechanical ventilation.
§ 45. If it cannot be prevented by a worker process the development of gases, dust or similar that is harmful or explosive, or the development of smoke, micro-organisms, aerosols, oxygen or other generating atmospheric pollution, shall be : a mechanical extraction shall be established where, as far as possible, pollution is removed at the place where it is developed. At the same time, fresh replacement air must be added to appropriate temperature.
Paragraph 2. If the contamination cannot be removed effectively at the development site, the work process must be added to a separate room, cabin or similar, where no other work is carried out and equipped with adequate mechanical ventilation.
Paragraph 3. The susused air shall not be taken back to the workplace, cf. however, paragraph 1 4.
Paragraph 4. However, exhaust air obtained exclusively from the sands of sand where there is a requirement for air-bearing respiratory work to be used, after effective cleaning, and after the addition of an adequate quantity of fresh air, shall be returned to the same working space, cf. however, paragraph 1 6.
Paragraph 5. It is a prerequisite for the fact that it can be documented that the breathable air, cf. paragraph 4, before it is returned, is effectively cleansed so that the contents of the air of mineral dust (inert, respirabel) do not exceed 10%. of the threshold value. In addition, the necessary measurements must be carried out in order to verify that the air in which the air was loaded is up to the requirements.
Paragraph 6. The people in paragraph 3. 2 and 3 ventilation installations shall be provided with a control system indicating inadequate function. Ventilation facilities covered by the derogation referred to in paragraph 1. 5, moreover, must be so designed that the recirculation auto-circulation or the work process is stopped if the clean-up is insufficient.
§ 46. The situation of sound conditions in the individual workplace must be such that it has the effect that the safety and health risks of the work have been carried out as much as it is reasonably practicable.
Paragraph 2. The workplace must, in the light of the special circumstances of mobile offshore installations, as far as possible have adequate natural lighting and in addition to the equipment with sufficient artificial lighting.
Healthcare substances and materials
§ 47. Where there is a risk of contamination with materials which are infectious, or with substances or materials which it is important for the safety or health of safety to be removed quickly from the skin or to prevent the spread of, there must be close proximity to : the workplace is appropriate and adequate remedies for this purpose.
§ 48. In the case of work which goes on outdoors in any longer periods, measures shall be established as far as possible for the protection of the workers against the weather and, where necessary, from falling objects.
Sanitary conditions of job creation
Dressing rooms and wardrobe lockers
§ 49. Appropriate dressing rooms must be provided for employees if they are to wear special work clothes and, for reasons of health or decency, they may not require them to change elsewhere.
Paragraph 2. The changing rooms must be easily accessible, have sufficient capacity and be equipped with seating positions.
Paragraph 3. The changing rooms must be sufficiently large and so equipped to ensure that each employee is given the opportunity to lock his clothes in the working hours.
Paragraph 4. Where conditions are required, there must be separate closets for work clothes and private clothing.
Paragraph 5. Facilities shall be provided so that each employee may wipe out its wet work clothes.
$50. There must be separate dressing rooms or separate use of these for men and women.
Paragraph 2. If dressing rooms are not required in accordance with paragraph 1, One, each employee must have a place for his clothes.
Showers and washbasins
§ 51. In addition to the facilities provided for in the accommodation, the staff shall, where necessary, have access to a sufficient number of showers and washbasins nearby of their workplaces.
Toilets and washbasins
§ 52. In addition to the facilities found in the accommodation, the staff shall, where necessary, have access to the toilets and washbasins nearby of their workplaces.
Paragraph 2. It must be possible to separate the toilet room to be used for each gender for its use.
Direction of an emergency
§ 53. The offshore plant must be divided into areas where there is a risk of fire and explosion, and the risk-filled areas must be classified.
§ 54. Electrical installations, electrical equipment and mechanical equipment at the off-shore must be an explosive device for the level of which the area is classified.
Prevention of explosion risks
§ 55. The offshore plant must be geared to all necessary measures to prevent the occurrence and formation of a potential explosive atmospherulary.
Paragraph 2. In areas with potential explosions, all necessary measures must be taken to prevent the ignition of the potentially explosive atmospheres.
Fire detection and control
§ 56. Appropriate measures shall be taken to establish in the safety and health statement of the off-shore plant, in order to prevent, detect and combat the outbreak and spread of fire.
Paragraph 2. Where necessary, fire-sectioning shall be carried out in order to separate areas with particular fire hazard.
§ 57. The off-shore facility must be provided to detect and safeguard against fire and fire extinguishing systems and alarms to respond to the risks defined in the safety and health statement of the off-shore installation.
Paragraph 2. These systems may include, but are not limited to :
1) detection system detection systems ;
2) fire alarms,
3) Main fire-water systems,
4) fire hydrants and serpents,
5) overwashing systems and water cannons,
6) automatic sprinkler systems,
7) extinguishing gas flame extinguishing systems ;
8) air-extinguishing systems for extinguishing medium,
9) foam extinguishing system,
10) portable fire extinguishers ; and
11) fireman ' s equipment.
Paragraph 3. Non-automatic fire extinguishing devices shall be easily accessible, uncomplicated to operate and, if necessary, protected from damage.
Paragraph 4. Emergency systems must be separated or otherwise protected by accident, so that the emergency services remain operational in the event of an emergency.
Paragraph 5. Where necessary, there must be two siblings of emergency systems.
Paragraph 6. Appropriate facilities shall be provided for the fire-extinguishing unit of the offshore plant to be able to produce fireman equipment.
§ 58. Work space, which is important for fighting accidents, must be particularly protected from fire and explosion, so that they can be operational until evacuation.
$59. On off-shore, where the workers are particularly exposed to risk in the event of the failure of the artificial lighting, adequate emergency lighting must be established.
§ 60. In the accommodation, a suitable room must be fitted and equipped for enhanced first aid.
Paragraph 2. The processing room must be designed to accommodate appropriate facilities, as well as, cf. The Energy Management Notice on Prepreparedness, etc., pursuant to the offshore safety law, medical equipment and medicinal products.
Specified with special needs
§ 61. In particular, particularly sensitive risk groups, including pregnant and breathable people, must be protected from the risks that are particularly serious to them.
Paragraph 2. The protection measures must, as far as possible, consist of technical measures at the off-shore installation.
§ 62. Pregnon must be given the opportunity to rest under appropriate conditions.
§ 63. The offshore plant must, if necessary, be made to the disabled for persons with disabilities.
§ 64. The accommodation shall be followed by the accommodation of the whereabouts of the Maritime Management Board of the Maritime Management Agency for ships and equipment, etc., where the other is not set out in this notice.
§ 65. The accommodation must, as far as possible, be separated from areas of drilling or production activities, classified areas and other risk-filled areas.
Paragraph 2. Soverum and time period shall be appropriate in relation to the other activities of the accommodation in the case of the accommodation of the accommodation and the period of repayment.
§ 66. The accommodation as a whole and the individual living quarters must be isolated and protected from heat and cold and noise, vibrations and air pollution.
§ 67. The accommodation must be in such a way as to ensure that the safety and health risks associated with cleaning and other service work are brought down as much as it is reasonably practicable.
§ 68. The accommodation shall at each level be equipped with at least two independent outings with a direct connection to escape routes which lead to a safe area, a safe assembly point or a safe evacuation site.
§ 69. Appropriate accommodation must be placed in the accommodation for security representatives to store documents and so on for the purposes of their duties.
§ 70. Access to the Internet and telephone for employees must be accessible to enable them to have reasonable communication under private conditions.
§ 71. The accommodation shall be provided with adequate installations for heating, cooling, ventilation and lighting. These installations may not give generating generating radiation, noise or drainage.
Daylight and Lighting
§ 72. Soverum, eat-and time period shall have access to daylight as far as possible.
Materials and Furniture
§ 73. The accommodation shall be fixed with uncombustible or flame retardants.
Paragraph 2. The inventory in the accommodation shall be of uncombustible or flame retardant materials as far as is reasonably practicable.
Paragraph 3. If flammable materials are used, they must not be able to develop toxic smoke by incineration.
Paragraph 4. The accommodation must also be accommodated with appropriate placated and dimensioned fire-separations.
§ 74. The accommodation must be fitted with a number of bedrooms adapted to the number of people expected to stay at the off-shore at the same time during the same time as normal operation and maintenance.
Paragraph 2. The number of sleeping rooms shall, as far as possible, be so that each sleepover is allocated to its own space.
Paragraph 3. To that extent, 2 cannot be fulfilled, the number of sleeping quarters that is not assigned to one person shall be such that each sleep shall be granted to a maximum of two persons.
Paragraph 4. Soverum must be suitability suitable for accommodation, for accommodation, relaxation and desk duty, and that there is room for the storage of the clothing and belongings of the employee.
Paragraph 5. Each sleep shall, as far as possible, have immediate access to the lavatories room, washing and bathed for use in this dorm alone,
Paragraph 6. Where it is not reasonably practicable to comply with the requirement set out in paragraph 1. It may be permitted in the place where there is immediate access to a bathroom room after paragraph 1. 5, which is intended for use in this dorm room and an adjacent dorm alone.
Recreational, oesophageum, etc.
§ 75. Indicators who are not charitable shall have access to a lockable closet for the use of storage of their personal equipment.
SECTION 76. The accommodation shall include an appropriate recreation area, designed to enable employees to be recreated and exercise during leisure time.
§ 77. The accommodation shall include oesophageum (messerum) intended to be accommodation with a suitable number of persons intended to use the esophagus to absorb their meals without unnecessary waiting periods.
Paragraph 2. In relation to the oesophagus, the cabin must be attached with the ability to prepare hot and cold food for the number of people who are intended to use the oesophagus on the off-shore.
Paragraph 3. In addition, in the accommodation or other appropriate place at the off-shore plant, in convenient distance from the offshore plant ' s workplaces and with immediate access from these, they shall be in a room where they are employed without dressing from work clothes, can be used, consume hot and cold beverages and, if appropriate, less meal times.
§ 78. In the context of the recreation area, an appropriate number of toilets must be available with one or more washbasins.
Paragraph 2. There must be a possibility of separate use of the lavatories for men and women.
Paragraph 3. The toilet trumps must be positioned appropriately in relation to leisure eating and dressing rooms.
§ 79. The off-shore installations shall be taken into account in order to ensure that employees are given the opportunity to wash their clothes.
General provisions on equipment
$80. Equipation of equipment must be such that safety and health hazards have been reduced as much as it is reasonably practicable.
Paragraph 2. It must be ensured, including that :
1) layers, support, attachment and stability do not result in safety risks, taking into account the weight, form and use of the equipment,
2) Whereas noise, vibrations or other fluctuations which are deleted from the equipment are met as effectively as possible in the case of the suppretioning of dampening outlayers, foreclosure or other measures ;
3) risks and nuisance from heat, dust, smoke, fumes and gases, etc., which are disposed of from the equipment, and any other risks associated with that are effectively accommodation ;
4) the positioning and conditions of manufacture are sound in the light of the surrounding conditions, and
5) in such a way as to prevent the operation and conditions of operation of the equipment in such a way as to make safety and health hazards reduced as much as is reasonably practicable.
§ 81. To the extent that it is important for the safety and health of the use of equipment, an instruction manual must be available.
Paragraph 2. The use of the instructions shall be readily available and, as far as is possible, be set directly on the equipment.
Paragraph 3. Where operating disturbances, failure of automatic or other exceptional situations in the equipment may lead to a risk to safety or health, the instructions shall include warning on this subject and, as far as possible, the instructions for which ; safety precautions to be taken in the situations concerned.
Paragraph 4. Usage instructions shall be drawn up in one or more languages so that all relevant transements understand the content. Use of instructions shall be kept up-to-date on a continuous basis, including on the basis of the experience gained in the application of the equipment.
Mechanical equipment and mechanical installations
$82. Mechanical equipment and mechanical installations must have a sufficient strength, be free of essential defects and be suitable for the purposes for which they are used.
Electrical installations and electrical equipment
§ 83. Electrical installations and electrical equipment must be measured in terms of capacity and efficuse in the field of the intended use.
Paragraph 2. Electrical installations and electrical equipment shall comply with recognised standards and standards in the off-shore area, cf. § 5.
Construction, manufacture and design
§ 84. Equipment must be designed and constructed of suitable materials taking into account the effects of exposure to the necessary strength and durability in order to ensure safety and health hazards from the equipment and the use ; It has been reduced as much as it is reasonably practicable.
§ 85. Equipment in which the pressure, temperature, material voltages or other effects likely to cause safety or health risks must be so constructed and carried out or equipped with such equipment for limitation to the effect that the defenders and, where appropriate, established limits thereto are not exceeded. Where necessary, the equipment must be fitted with an automatic alert device that will automatically step into operation when such limits are exceeded.
§ 86. In the design of equipment, ensure safety hazards at the equipment. It must be ensured, including that :
1) persons may not come into contact with dangerous masquor or harmful substances and materials ;
2) tools, items, or parts thereof, rods and so on cannot be ejorated at risk of safety and health, and
3) Heat, cold, radiation, noise, vibration, dust, humidity, fumes, fumes, fumes, gases or any other developed by the use of the equipment shall not be rendered in such a way as to offer safety or health risks.
Paragraph 2. Where the necessary guarantee cannot be achieved through the design, it shall be carried out in a reassuring manner by foreclosure, suction, other safety equipment or other safety-management precautions.
Paragraph 3. Screens and other protective devices :
1) must be firmly manufactured,
2) may not cause any further risks ;
3) may not be easily moved or removed from operation ;
4) shall be provided at a sufficient distance from the risk-filled area,
5) must not hinder the sight of the work more than, if necessary, and
6) permit essential intervention for the placement and replacement of parts as well as maintenance work, restricted to the area where the work is to be carried out, and as far as possible without the dismantling of the screen or other ; protection device.
§ 87. The energy supply equipment must be designed, carried out and installed in such a way that it does not present a danger to safety or health.
§ 88. Equipment must be designed, constructed and constructed so that the equipment and other work of the equipment can be operated so that the safety and health risks have been reduced as much as it is reasonably practicable.
$89. The way in which the decoupling, management and disruption of energy to equipment, or other forms of impact of functions or work processes in the equipment is done, shall ensure, as far as possible, that safety or health does not occur.
Paragraph 2. It must, in particular, be ensured that the service can take place under the best possible view and control conditions, and, where necessary, equipment must be equipped with equipment which automatically gives a signal prior to initiation, stand-off or other influences. The entry point may only be carried out by deliberate action, performed on an operating system that is intended for this purpose.
Paragraph 3. The stopping function or work processes must, unless disruption of these may result in security or health hazards, may be carried out quickly from appropriate locations or equipment.
Paragraph 4. Where security reasons speak for it, the standoff should be able to automatically enter. If necessary, stop must be combined with a braking.
Paragraph 5. Stoporder must be given higher priority than initiating order.
Paragraph 6. If abnormal operating conditions, including variations or interruption in the energy supply to the equipment may present a safety or health hazard, the equipment must have effective protection against.
Paragraph 7. Where necessary, the equipment must be equipped with an automatic and appropriate retroactive warning device.
§ 90. Lighting built in or mounted on equipment must be suitability designed, including being dazzled.
§ 91. Control devices and operating systems must be designed, constructed and designed in such a way that the risk of unintentional or improper release, modification or stopping operations, resulting in a safety or health-related matter may arise ; Risk is prevented or countered.
Paragraph 2. Operating systems shall be safe and shall be chosen in the light of the failures, disturbances and stresses which may be foreseen in the context of the intended use.
Paragraph 3. Control devices must be easily accessible, clear, easy to spot, appropriate marking and be positioned and designed ergonomic suicidal and good illustrious.
§ 92. Automated, controlled or supervised equipment must, to the extent that it may have a security impact, be fitted with devices for the regulation of the processes, the decoupling of the automatic control and equipment for manual operation ; and emergency emergency stop.
Paragraph 2. In addition, such equipment must be provided with instructions, diagrams, plans or similar documentation which, in the event of the failure of the automatic or other exceptional circumstances, provide grounds for the full assessment of the safety ; meaning and the implementation of measures or interventions necessary to address safety or health risks.
Paragraph 3. The text of the document and the instructions attached to it shall be drawn up in one or more languages, so that the content can be understood to all relevant transements.
Paragraph 4. The documentation must be provided on the equipment or in connection with this in a manner appropriate for its use.
§ 93. Equipment whose safety is dependent on the operating mode must be provided with components for monitoring, control and control.
Paragraph 2. Monitoring and control equipment must be designed and arranged so that they cannot be unintentionally unintentionally unintentionally. Their display must be correct, clear and well lit. Reading and setting must be made from an easily accessible and safe place, from which it may be possible to make necessary adjustments or replacement.
$94. Where an equipment or equipment is to be carried out in the field of operation, maintenance, inspection or other care, adequate access and road roads and the work platforms shall be adapted to the necessary extent.
Paragraph 2. These must be so designed and constructed, provided and clarified so that the safety risks of their use have been reduced as much as is reasonably practicable.
§ 95. Where any equipment or part thereof may have security or health matters, where possible must be taken into account as far as possible.
§ 96. Marking colors and symbols must be clear and sustainable and, in view of the view, an appropriate form of equipment and colouring of the equipment must be sought.
§ 97. Available parts of the equipment shall, to the extent that it is applied in accordance with this provision, it shall be designed in such a way as to enable sharp corners, edges, ru surfaces and similar cases, which may cause injury to persons ;
Paragraph 2. The design must, as far as possible, ensure that equipment can be easily cleaned and cleanup and that the cleaning of, and in the case of safety or health, can be cleanly maintained.
-98. Equipment which may be considered to be subject to movement, transport, assembly and assembly must be taken into account and, where necessary, by means of devices, so that the safety and health risks of relocation etc. have been reduced ; as much as it is reasonably practicable.
Use instructions and labelling
§ 99. The supply of equipment must follow sufficient instructions and guidance in the form of a manual which is necessary to ensure that safety and health risks are applied, transport and equipment have been reduced as much as is required ; is reasonably practicable and that the equipment is kept in a regulatory condition. This includes the specifications, plans, diagrams and similar functions for the direction and operation of the equipment, information on safety or health hazards or other special features of equipment, including restrictions on use, which may be of significance ; for safety and health, and which are not commonly known.
Paragraph 2. In addition, the instructions must include information on any special security measures necessary for the purposes of the equipment, transport, storage and maintenance.
Paragraph 3. Where personal protective equipment is necessary, the instructions for use must indicate their nature and use in accordance with rules which may be laid down therein.
Paragraph 4. The use of the instructions shall be complete and easily comprehensible to those which are to be taken into account.
Paragraph 5. The instructions must be drawn up in one or more languages, so that the content is understood by all relevant persons on board.
Paragraph 6. To the extent that it may have safety or health implications, the instructions, essential parts thereof, or references to it must be directly specified on the equipment or on a sign, whether or not, to set up for production.
Paragraph 7. Any machine extradited for use on the off-shore must be provided with the name and address of the manufacturer or of imported machines, or with other marking, which makes it easy to identify the manufacturer ; the importer, respectively.
Additional minimum requirements
§ 100. Additional minimum requirements for equipment are set out in the Annex to this notice.
Pressure tanks, supervision, etc.
§ 101. Pressure receptacles covered by Council Directive 76 /767/EEC of 27. July 1976 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the common determination of pressure vessels and control methods for these, as amended by Directive 88 /665/EEC of 21. December 1988, Council Directive 84 /525/EEC of 17. September 1984 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to seafarable gas cylinties of steel, Council Directive 84 /526/EEC of 17. September 1984 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to seafarable gas cylinks of pure aluminium and aluminium alloy and of Council Directive 84 /527/EEC of 17. September 1984 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the wellest gas cylinches of the drawback of the alloy steel shall be in accordance with sections 1 to 3 of the Work with the Employment Notice No 564 of 1. July 1997 on certain Community directives on pressure vessels.
§ 102. Simple pressure vessels covered by Directive 2009 /105/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16. In September 2009, on simple pressure vessels, shall be in accordance with sections 1 and 2 of the Order of the Work for the Safety of Work. 565 of 24. June 1994 on simple pressure vessels or equivalent legislation implementing the directive in other EU or EEA Member States.
§ 103. transportable pressure equipment covered by Council Directive 1999 /36/EC of 29. April 1999 on transportable pressure equipment, as last amended by Commission Decision 2003 /525/EC of 18. July 2003, must be in accordance with sections 1 to 19, section 29, section 30, section 30. 1, § § 32-34, 36-39, 41-44 and 54 of the Work with the Employment Notice No 289 of 24. April 2001 on transportable pressure equipment with subsequent changes.
§ 104. Aerosolcontainers covered by Council Directive 75 /324/EEC of 20. May 1975 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States concerning aerosols, as amended by Commission Directive 94 /1/EC of 6. of January 1994 and by Commission Directive 2008 /47/EC of 8. April 2008, must be in accordance with section 1 to 5 of the Work in the Employment Order no. 1003 of 26. Oct 2009 on aerosols, cf. section 35 of the Employment Notice No 289 of 24. April 2001 on transportable pressure equipment.
Drill equipment and pipe systems
§ 105. The drilling equipment shall be designed, dimensioned and constructed so as to ensure safe and effective treatment of liquids and gases in the equipment by all the conditions that may occur.
Paragraph 2. The equipment must be located and built on the off-shore so as to reduce safety and health hazards as reasonably practicable.
§ 106. Dry systems must be clearly and unequivocally marked. They must be geared up so that they are easy to control, operate and maintain.
Paragraph 2. Dry systems under pressure must be fitted so that the equipment can be cleaned, emptied, trainated and, if appropriate, filled with inert gas.
Paragraph 3. Rail systems must be dimensioned according to the maximum pressure and the most dangerous temperature conditions that may occur during any operating mode including startup and shutdown of the drill process and the starting and stopping of pumps.
Control equipment for the drilling process
§ 107. The drilling process shall be provided with relevant alarms triggered when the operating mode exceeds the normal operation of the established alert limits for the normal operation.
§ 108. Boreware must be equipped with a lock-off valve system (blow-out-prewaiting) for the locking of the well in emergency.
Paragraph 2. The lockout valve system must be designed in such a way that no single error in the system makes this functional.
Paragraph 3. The lockout valve system must be independent of the drilling process regulatory system.
-109. A system for remote control equipment must be established.
Paragraph 2. The system must include control stations that are located at appropriate locations and may be used in the event of emergency, including, where necessary, inspection stations at safe collection points and evacuation stations.
Paragraph 3. Equipment that can be remotely operated, cf. paragraph 1, must include at least systems for
2) emergency stop of equipment which may cause flammation,
3) the prevention of the spillage of flammable liquids and gases,
4) fire protection and
5) controls with drilling,
§ 110. Performing lifts shall be in accordance with sections 2 to 6 and section 7 (3). 2, in the Maritime Management Notice of the Technical Statement on the persons-leading lifts in ships.
§ 111. Equipment for the use in potential explosive atmospheres shall comply with the provisions of Chapter 6 of the MODU code, consolidated version 2001, or equivalent standards and standards.
§ 112. The offshore plant must be equipped with an emergency power system which satisfies the provisions of Chapters 5.3 and 5.4 of the MODU code, consolidated version 2001, or equivalent standards and standards.
Paragraph 2. Spare spaces, control stations, jobs, escape routes, evacuation points and helicopter tyres must be provided with emergency lighting which is connected to the emergency power system.
§ 113. The offshore plant must be provided with
1) an acoustic and optical system, which may, where necessary, transfer alarm signals to all manned parts of the offshore plant ;
2) an acoustic system which can be heard clearly throughout the parts of the offshore plant where there is frequent presence, and
3) a communication system, which, among other things, enables constant links to the country and to the emergency services, both to the sea and to the sea and in the air.
Paragraph 2. The people in paragraph 3. 1 systems must be able to remain operational in emergency situations ;
Paragraph 3. The acoustic system must be complemented by means of communication systems that are not dependent on vulnerable power supply systems.
Paragraph 4. There must be suitable facilities for making use of the alarm.
Notified bodies, inspections, etc.
§ 114. For the designation of notified bodies, third party bodies and approved bodies, which are to be notified to the European Commission to implement the fixed procedures for conformity assessment, etc. of the products covered by Section 102, and section 103 simple pressure vessels, and transportable pressure equipment, sections 2 6, section 10 and section 12 (2). 3 in the Order of the Labor 7. 674 of 30. June 2005 on the designation of notified bodies and other applications.
§ 115. The Agency for the Agency for Energy Management and Maritime Management shall supervise matters covered by this notice and shall carry out the tasks assigned to the Employment Board in the notices referred to in section 101-104 and 114.
Paragraph 2. The allocation of tasks between the Agency for Energy Management and the Sea Farm Management Board shall take place by mutual agreement under the publication of the Administrative Board on the duties of the Maritime Management Board.
Paragraph 3. Surveys relating to equipment and surveys and control tasks requiring special expertise may be carried out by notified bodies, inspection bodies or experts to the extent that not in this notice has been laid down ; rules for the performance of the tasks concerned. The notified bodies shall be understood to be undertakings referred to in Section 114.
Paragraph 4. Notified bodies, etc. designated by the Working Environmental Regulation, shall be deemed to be designated as referred to as Section 114.
Paragraph 5. Inspection bodies and experts shall mean business as defined in the ' Work ' s notice on the use of pressurized equipment.
Dispensation, punishment and entry into force, etc.
Equivalence and dispensation
§ 116. The DEA may allow derogations from section 5 to 114 of this notice to the extent that it is compatible with the Directives implemented by this notice, if the Board of Energy considers it to be satisfied that the derogations are given ; benefits that safety and health conditions, taken as a whole, have at least the same level as the application of the provisions of this notice.
§ 117. The Management Board may, where special conditions are available and assessed reasonably, dispensers from this notice, when it is estimated that the safety and health risks are not significantly increased, as well as to the extent that it is compatible with the directives, one that is implemented by this notice.
§ 118. Unless higher penalties have been inflished on the off-shore security law or any other legislation, the penalty shall be punished by fine ;
1) is in violation of section 4, section 5 (5). 1-3 and 5, section 6-44, section 45 (4). 1-3, 5 and 6, section 46-56, section 57, paragraph. 1 and 3-6 and § § 58-63, § § 65-100, 105-109 and 111,
2) are in breach of the provisions referred to in section 64, 101-104, 110 and 114, to the extent that the provisions are subject to penalty in accordance with the notices referred to, or
3) overrides the terms of permits, appointments and authorizations following the notice.
Paragraph 2. Companies can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) punishable by the rules of the penal code 5. Chapter.
Entry into force, transitional rules and so on.
§ 119. The announcement shall enter into force on 1. January, 2011.
§ 120. For an off-shore, as before 1. In January 2011, authorization granted subject to the offshore safety law shall apply to the conditions covered by this notice, until renewal, or expires, in accordance with the conditions laid down in this notice. offshore security Act, section 75, paragraph 5. 1.
Paragraph 2. If a change is made on the offshore plant to obtain authorization after paragraph 29 of the off-shore leave, the changes must be in accordance with this notice, cf. offshore security Act, section 75, paragraph 5. 1.
Paragraph 3. Applications for authorizations after off-shore security law, section 28, or 29, submitted or delivered to the DEA before 1. In January 2011, the Energy Management Board will be finalised according to the existing rules.
§ 121. The identification of the power unit shall be designated by the notified bodies, third party bodies, or approved bodies notified before 1. In January 2011, their validity shall remain valid until they expire or lapses under the transitional provisions.
§ 122. The international decisions referred to in Article 2 (2). Sixteen, paragraph 5, paragraph 5. 2, and section 111-112, not in law, but be aware that the international decisions in question are in review with the Agency for the Agency for the Agency or the Sea Fartboard.
Climate and Energy, the 14th. December 2010
Additional minimum requirements for equipment, cf. § 100
1. Preliminary remark
1.1 The obligations laid down in this Annex shall apply, in compliance with the provisions of the notice, where the respective risks are available in the context of the equipment in question. In the case of the minimum requirements set out below for equipment in use, the same measures shall not necessarily require the same measures as the essential requirements for new equipment.
2. General minimum requirements applicable to equipment
2.1 Equipment must be installed, fixed and used in such a way as to reduce the risks to the user of the equipment and other employees, for example by ensuring that there is sufficient space between the mobile parts of the equipment and fast or mobile parts nearby ; and so that any form of energy and any substances used or produced may be attributable and / or taken in a safe manner.
2.2 The setting up and dismantling of equipment must be carried out in a secure manner, and in particular, any instructions on the part of the manufacturers shall be followed.
2.3 Equipment which may be affected by lightning strikes by means of suitable devices or measures must be protected against the effects of lightning strikes ;
2.4 The control systems on equipment must, where there are safety aspects involved, be clear and easy to spot and, where appropriate, appropriate marking. Control systems shall be placed outside the risk-filled areas other than in the case of certain controls, if necessary, and in such a way that no additional safety or health hazard is at the service. They must not result in a risk resulting from unintentional release.
The operator shall, if necessary from the main service, be in a position to note that no one is in the risk areas. If this is impossible, prior to any initiation, a secure system, such as sound and / or light-signalling, must be triggered prior to the initiation of the initiation of the system. The employees must have time and / or opportunity to avoid risks quickly in the case of the launching and / or stopping of the equipment. The steering systems shall be safe and shall be chosen in the light of the failures, disturbances and stresses which may be foreseen in the context of the intended use.
2.5 The launching of the equipment must only be capable of taking action by deliberate action, the execution of a control system intended for this purpose.
The same applies
(a) the reconnection after a stop, whatever the reason for this, and
b) the management of a significant change in operating conditions (e.g. speed and pressure), except when this reconnect or change does not involve any risk to the staff.
The reconnecting or alteration of the operating conditions as a result of the normal sequence of an automatic cycle is not covered by this requirement.
2.6 All equipment must be equipped with a control system which will allow the entire equipment to be stopped on a reassuring manner. Each site must be fitted with a control system for the stopping of either all parts of the equipment or just part thereof, depending on the risk, in such a way as to ensure safety. The gear command must be given priority in relation to start-up orders. When the equipment or dangerous parts of the equipment are halted, the energy supply to the relevant function devices must be disconnected.
2.7 Where relevant in relation to the risks, equipment presents, and to the time it normally takes to stop it, the equipment must be fitted with an emergency stop device.
2.8 Equipment resulting from safety risks resulting from the fall of objects or ejection shall be provided with appropriate safety devices to be fitted to the nature of the risk. Equipment resulting from risks due to gas, vapour, fluid or dust discharges must be fitted with adequate cleaning and / or extraction devices near the hazard sources.
2.9 The equipment and parts of the equipment shall be stabilized by means of fixed devices or similar cases where it is necessary for the safety or health of the workers.
2.10 Where there is a risk of bursting or breaches of parts of equipment likely to present significant risks to the safety or health of the workers, adequate protective measures shall be taken.
2.11 Where the moving parts of the equipment pose a risk of mechanical contact which may lead to accidents, these parts shall be fitted with guards or protective devices preventing access to the risk-filled areas or to stop the hazards ; share movements before access to the risk-filled areas. Screens and protection devices
(a) must be firmly obtained ;
b) may not cause further risks ;
c) may not be easily moved or decommissioned ;
(d) shall be in sufficient distance from the risk-filled area ;
(e) shall not hinder the sight of the work more than, if necessary, and
(f) shall allow essential intervention for the affixing and / or replacement of parts, as well as maintenance work, restricted to the area where the work is to be carried out and, where possible, without the dismantling of the screen ; the protective device.
2.12 The workload of the workspaces and stations in which the equipment is used or maintained must be appropriate in relation to the work to be carried out.
2.13 A high or very low temperature parts shall be shielded if necessary so that the workers cannot come into contact with any contact or near it.
2.14 The alert signals of the equipment must be understood to be understood and understood to be so easy and unique.
2.15 Maintenance work must be able to be performed when the equipment is stopped. If this is not possible, adequate safeguard measures must be taken for the execution of this work, or it must be possible to take place outside the risk-filled areas. Where there is a equipment associated with a usage and maintenance guide, this must be kept up to date.
2.16 All equipment must be provided with readily identifiable devices which allow it to cut off from each of its energy sources. Redecoupling requires that no safety or health hazard is present for the employees concerned.
2.17 The equipment shall bear the necessary warnings and markings for the safety of the staff.
2.18 In order to carry out production, regulatory and maintenance work on the equipment, the workers must be able to move and keep up wherever it is necessary to ensure full security.
2.19 All equipment must be designed in such a way as to protect the workers against the risk of fire in or heating the technical aid, or the risk of spillage of gas, dust, liquids, vaporious or other substances produced by the equipment or used or stored in this.
2.20 All equipment must be fitted in such a way as to ensure that there is no risk of the equipment or substances likely to be fitted or used or stored in this.
2.21 All equipment must be designed in such a way that the workers are protected against the risk of direct or indirect contact with electrical installations.
3. Additional minimum requirements for equipment
3.1 Minimum requirements for mobile equipment, including self-running equipment.
3.1.1 In the case of persons residing one or more staff, the risk of the staff shall be reduced as much as possible when the tool is in motion. This also applies in the case of the risk of the staff coming into contact with wheels or larval feet or that they are caught by them.
3.1.2 If the unintended blocking of the power transfer parts between a mobile working device and its accessories and / or claims may result in particular risks, it must be equipped or designed in a way that prevents the transmission of the power transfer parts.
Where such blocks cannot be prevented, every conceivable precaution must be taken to prevent harmful consequences for the employees.
3.1.3 If the power transfer parts between a mobile working device otherwise would be soiled or destroyed by dragging on the ground, it must be fitted with fastening devices.
3.1.4 Moblet equipment on which there is one or more staff, depending on the actual conditions of use, must be fitted with one of the following constructs to limit the risks associated with the vault or the steep, either :
a) a security design that prevents the tool from pouring more than 45 degrees, or
b) a structure that ensures sufficient free distance from the service or the employees residing on the tool, if this can be poured more than 45 degrees ; or
c) any other device for similar purposes.
These security instructions may be integrated into the work tool.
These security instructions are not required when the work tool is stabilized during use, or when the design of the tool itself prevents it from steep or tilting. Where there is a risk that employees residing on the working rescue may be crushed between parts of the tool and the soil, a system shall be fitted to the tentares of the crew or the workers residing on the work equipment.
3.1.5 For example, Gaffelklift, on which there is one or more staff, must be fitted or equipped with one of the following constructs, for example, in order to reduce the risks associated with the upheaval, either :
(a) installation of a cab, or
b) a design that prevents the forklift from topple, or
c) a design to ensure that there is sufficient space between the ground and certain parts of the forklift to the one or the workers residing in the event of the vault ;
(d) a structure which fastens the person or the person employed in the driver ' s seat in such a way as to not be caught by any part of the forklift if it is topple.
3.1.6 If running with a self-propelable working device may involve the risks to employees, it must meet the following requirements :
(a) It shall be fitted with a device that prevents the inadvertive start of the operation.
b) If the working equipment comprises several entities that can move at the same time, it shall be equipped with appropriate devices for reducing the impact of any collision.
c) There must be a device for deceleration and stopping the work tool. In so far as safety is concerned, there must be an easily accessible emergency control unit with a control or an automatic braking system and stopping the tool in the event of the failure of the main service.
(d) If the driver ' s direct field of vision is insufficient for safety purposes, suitable auxiliary devices must be installed to improve the field of vision.
(e) If the tool is intended for use at night or in dark places, it must be fitted with a lighting device adapted to the work to be carried out and which shall guarantee adequate conditions for the employees.
(f) If the working equipment in itself constitutes a risk to fire or to hang or hold a fire hazard which may endanger the safety of employees, it must be equipped with adequate equipment for fire-fighting purposes, unless such ; equipment is already in sufficient proximity of the place of use.
(g) Remote equipment must stop automatically if they are moving outside the control area.
(h) Remote equipment which, under normal conditions of use, may present hazards or squeezing hazards, must be equipped with devices to protect against such risks unless other appropriate devices are already available for checking ; the risk of driving.
3.2 Minimum requirements for equipment used for lifting loads
3.2.1 Where equipment used for lifting loads is fixed, it must be ensured that it is robust and stable during use, in particular taking into account the burdens on which they shall be lifted and the means of which the tool is set up or attached.
3.2.2 The equipment used for lifting the burden shall be clearly marked with the nominal load. In addition, there may be a workload charge showing the nominal loads for the different configurations of the equipment.
Accessories for lifting material must be labelled in such a way as to show the technical characteristics which are relevant to safety.
If the equipment is not designed for the lifting of persons, if there is an opportunity to be mistaken, it shall be indicated by appropriate, clear signage.
3.2.3 Fixed equipment must be installed in such a way as to minimize the risk of burdensome charges ;
(a) affects people ;
(b) unintentionally, dangerous movements, or fall down, or
(c) Unintentionally free.
3.2.4 Equipment used for the lifting or movement of persons shall be so constructed as to :
(a) using appropriate devices shall prevent the breakdown of cabinine, basket or the like, when such devices are found ;
(b) avoiding the risk of the user being able to fall out of solicine, basket or similar when such a person exists,
(c) avoid the risk of the user being injured, clamped or stabilized, in particular as a result of unintended contact with objects, and
(d) persons contained in cabin, basket or similar cases are not in the event of accident exposure to safety hazards, so that they can be released where appropriate. If, because of the workplace or the height difference, it is not possible by means of a special device to avoid the provisions referred to in (a). the risks referred to shall be used with a high safety factor, and this shall be checked each working day.
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1) The announcement contains provisions which implement parts of Council Directive 89 /391/EEC of 12. The 1989 Community Official Journal of 1989, In 183, page 1, as last amended by Directive 2007 /30/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20. June 2007, EC Official Journal no. L165, page 21, parts of Council Directive 92 /91/EEC of 3. In November 1992, the Community Official Journal. L 348, page 9, as amended by Directive 2007 /30/EC of the Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20. June 2007, EC Official Journal no. L 165, page 21, parts of Council Directive 2009 /104/EC of 16. September 2009, the Official Journal of the European Communities. L 260, page 5, parts of Council Directive 92 /85/EEC of 19. In October 1992, EC tiding no. L 348, page 1, parts of Council Directive 75 /324/EEC of 20. 1 May 1975, the Official Journal of the European Communities, L147, page 40, as enriched in the Official Journal of the Official Journal of the European Communities, L299, p. Directive 27, as amended by Commission Directive 94/1, EC Official Journal 1994, L 23, p. 28 and Commission Directive 2008 /47/EC, EC Official Journal 2008, L 96, p. 15, parts of Council Directive 76 /767/EEC of 27. July 1976, EC Official 1976 no. In 262, page 153, as last amended by Council Directive 2006 /96/EC of 20. The date of November 2006 of the Official Journal of the Community L 363, page 81, parts of Council Directive 84 /525/EEC of 17. September 1984, EC Official Journal no. L 300, page 1, parts of Council Directive 84 /526/EEC of 17. September 1984, EC Official Journal no. L 300, page 20, parts of Council Directive 84 /527/EEC of 17. September 1984, EC Official Journal no. L 300, page 48, parts of Council Directive 87 /404/EEC of 25. 1987, 1987, 1987, EC, 1987, 1987. In 220, page 48, as last amended by Council Directive 93 /68/EEC of 22. July 1993 amending Directive 87 /404/EEC (simple pressure vessels), 88 /378/EEC (safety requirements for toys), 89 /106/EEC (construction products), 89 /336/EEC (electromagnetic compatibility), 89 /392/EEC (machines), 89 /686/EEC (personal protective equipment), 90 /384/EEC; (non-automatic weightings), 90 /385/EEC (active, implantable medical devices), 90 /396/EEC (gas appliances), 91 /263/EEC (terminal equipment), 92 /42/EEC (new hot water vaginas using flying or gaseous fuels) and 73 /23/EEC (electrical equipment), intended for use within certain voltage limits), Official Journal of the European Communities. L 220, page 1, parts of Directive 98 /37/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22. June 1998, EC Official Journal no. In 207, page 1, as amended by Directive 2006 /42/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17. The date of May 2006, 2006, no. L157, page 24, parts of Council Directive 1999 /36/EC of 29. April 1999, EC Official Journal no. In 138, page 20, as last amended by Commission Decision 2003 /5/5/EC of 18. July 2003, EC Official Journal. In 183, page 45, and parts of Directive 2006 /95/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council 2006, 2006, EC-2006 No L-374, page 10.