Mountain Regulation For All Mining Areas

Original Language Title: Bergverordnung für alle bergbaulichen Bereiche

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Bergverordnung für alle bergbaulichen extents (Allgemeine Bundesbergverordnung-ABBergV)

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ABBergV

Date of expend: 23.10.1995

Full quote:

" General Federal Mining Ordinance of 23. October 1995 (BGBl. 1466), as last amended by Article 5 (5) of the Law of 24. February 2012 (BGBl. 212) has been amended "

:Last modified by Art. 5 (5) G v. 24.2.2012 I 212

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This regulation is used for the area of the mountain right of the implementation of the following EC directives:
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-Council Directive 92/91/EEC of 3. November 1992 on minimum requirements for the improvement of the safety and health of workers in establishments in which minerals are obtained by drilling (Eleventh individual Directive within the meaning of Article 16 (1) of the Directive). Directive 89 /391/EEC) (OJ L 183, 29.7.1989 EC No 8),
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Council Directive 92 /104/EEC of 3 June 1992. December 1992 on the minimum requirements for the improvement of the safety and health of workers in over-day or underground extractive industries (Twelfth individual Directive within the meaning of Article 16 (1) of the Directive) 89 /391/EEC) (OJ L 136, 31.5.1989 EC No 10); and
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Council Directive 89 /391/EEC of 12 June 1991. June 1989 on the implementation of measures to encourage improvements in the safety and health of workers at work (OJ L 327, 30.4.1989, p. EC No 1)-only partially in accordance with additional requirements-
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Council Directive 89 /655/EEC of 30 June 1992. November 1989 on the minimum safety and health requirements for the use of work equipment by workers at work (second individual Directive within the meaning of Article 16 (1) of Directive 89 /391/EEC) (OJ L 327, 28.12.1989, p. EC No 13),
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Council Directive 89 /656/EEC of 30 June 1992. November 1989 on the minimum safety and health requirements for the use of personal protective equipment by workers at work (third individual Directive within the meaning of Article 16 (1) of Directive 89 /391/EEC) (OJ L 327, 28.12.1989, p. EC No 18),
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Council Directive 92 /58/EEC of 24 June 1992, p. 1 June 1992 on the minimum requirements for the safety and/or health mark at work (Ninth Individual Directive within the meaning of Article 16 (1) of Directive 89 /391/EEC) (OJ L 136, 31.5.1992, p. EC No L 245 p. 23).

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(+ + + text-proof from: 1.1.1996 + + +)
(+ + + Official notes of the norm-provider on EC law:
Implementation of the
EWGRL 91/92 (CELEX Nr: 392L0091)
EWGRL 104/92 (CELEX Nr: 392L0104)
EWGRL 391/89 (CELEX NO: 389L0391)
EWGRL 655/89 (CELEX NO: 389L0655)
EWGRL 656/89 (CELEX NO: 389L0656)
EWGRL 58/92 (CELEX No: 392L0058)
Implementation of the
EGRL 63/95 (CELEX Nr: 395L0063)
EGRL 11/97 (CELEX Nr: 397L0011) cf. V v. 10.8.1998 I 2093
Implementation of
EGRL 21/2006 (CELEX Nr: 306L0021) cf. V v. 24.1.2008 I 85 + + +)

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pursuant to § 66 sentence 1 (1) (b), (2), (4) (a) and d, No. 5, 6, 9, 10 and sentence 3, § 67 No. 1 and 8 and § 68 para. 2, in conjunction with Section 126 (1) sentence 1 and section 3 and § § 128 and 129 of the Federal Mining Act of 13. August 1980 (BGBl. 1310), as last amended by Article 8 of the Act of Implementation of the Law on the Law of the Sea, 1982/1994 of 6 June 1994. June 1995 (BGBl. 778), the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, and for the area of the continental shelf and the coastal waters, in agreement with the Federal Ministry for Transport: Non-Official Table of Contents

§ 1 Sachliche und Spatial Application

This Regulation regulates the health and safety of health and safety of health and safety. Environmental protection at
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The search, extraction, and processing of mineral resources and the
2.
The search for and extraction of mineral raw materials in old halds,
3.
the underground storage,
4.
Activities in experimental pits and other mining Test facilities,
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Facilities that mainly serve or are intended to serve activities according to points 1 to 4,
on the mainland, as well as in the field of the continental shelf and the coastal waters. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 General obligations

(1) To ensure safety and to protect the health of employees, the To take the necessary measures of occupational health and safety, taking account of the circumstances affecting the work. The measures must be designed to ensure that
1.
the workplaces are planned to be built, , shall be put into service, operated and maintained, that the employees may carry out the work carried out to them without endanting their own safety and health or those of the other employees;
2.
workplaces that are occupied by employees are subject to supervision by a responsible person;
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The work associated with a particular risk is only transferred to knowledgeable workers and executed in accordance with the instructions;
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All the security statements to be issued are suitable and understandable for all employee groups;
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Adequate facilities available for first help performance;
6.
the required Safety exercises shall be carried out at regular intervals.
As a workplace within the meaning of this Regulation, any location in which jobs are available for activities and facilities in accordance with § 1, including accommodation, shall be deemed to be a workplace. and to which the employees have access in the course of their duties. One or more workplaces form a holding.(2) The measures referred to in paragraph 1, including arrangements for their implementation, shall be subject to a regular basis by the operator in accordance with the provisions of this Regulation and other legislation, the safety and health of employees, and, where necessary, to adapt to changing circumstances. In doing so, it has sought to improve the existing working conditions with regard to safety and health protection.(3) The contractor shall make arrangements to ensure that
1.
the measures referred to in paragraph 1 in all activities and at any management level,
2.
employees can comply with their obligation to participate.
(4) The entrepre has the right to take measures in accordance with the provisions of the 1 of the following general principles:
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The work must be designed in such a way that risks for Life and health as far as possible do not arise;
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Remaining risks are to be carefully assessed and reduced as much as possible;
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Dangers are to be combated at their source;
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The measures are the state of the art, Taking into account occupational medicine and hygiene as well as other secured scientific findings, in particular with a view to facilitating the work of single-tone work and machine-determined work rhythm, and to a reduction in the number of work-related work patterns. of their health-damaging effects;
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in the planning of risk prevention, an appropriate combination of technology, work organization, and other Working conditions, social relations and environmental influences on the workplace;
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Individual protection measures are only considered when: other measures cannot be guaranteed adequate protection;
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Special risks for particularly vulnerable groups of employees and special needs of disabled persons according to the type and severity of the handicap must be taken into account.
(5) The entreprenter has to be added to non-operational experts or expert bodies if the company's own facilities are not in operation enough. Experts or expert bodies must receive all the information necessary for their respective activities. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Security and health protection document

(1) The entrepre must ensure that as a measure according to § 2 para. 1 A document on safety and health protection (safety and health document) shall be drawn up in accordance with the provisions of sentences 3 and 5, including the additional requirements laid down in Annex 3, points 1.1.1 to 1.1.4, before the work is carried out. . In order to prepare the security and health protection document, other documents available on the holding may also be used. In the security and health protection document, the contractor shall state that, taking into account the circumstances in question and the assessment of working conditions, the measures necessary to ensure safety and to the safety of the Health and safety of workers shall be taken in time. The security and health protection document must be available in operation. It must at least result from the fact that
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the hazards to which employees, including in particular: vulnerable groups of workers, exposed to the respective workplaces, have been identified and assessed and the results of the assessment of hazards have been assessed;
2.
appropriate measures are taken in technical, organizational and human terms for the safety and health protection of employees;
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The workplaces and equipment are securely designed, operated, and maintained;
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(2) In the assessment of hazards, employees shall be informed in an appropriate manner of the risks to safety and health, as well as the protective measures and measures for preventing hazards at the workplace.
The first sentence of paragraph 1 shall be taken into account, in particular, by
of
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Design and establishment of the workplace and workplace,
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the design, selection and use of work equipment, in particular of machinery, equipment and equipment, as well as working materials, as well as the handling of work equipment and working materials,
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the state of knowledge, the extent of the experience and the the physical fitness of the employees.
(3) The operator must revise the safety and health document referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 1 to the extent required in each case, as soon as style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none; ">
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important changes, extensions, or redesigns are made in workplaces or
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this is necessary to avoid a repeat of the operational events to be displayed in accordance with § 74 (3) of the Federal Mining Act.
(4) The result The regular examination in accordance with § 2 (2) shall be recorded in writing in the case of the measures taken on the basis of the security and health protection document. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Co-operation of the entrepreneurs

(1) The employees of several entrepreneurs are jointly and locally employed in a Any contractor shall be responsible for the area subject to his/her right of instruction. The operators shall cooperate with the measures necessary to ensure safety and health protection. They shall inform their employees of the risks to safety and health of the establishment likely to be involved in the work, and shall give appropriate instructions.(2) The operator who is responsible for the operation referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 1 shall coordinate all measures relating to the safety and health protection of workers and shall, in its security and health protection document, coordinate such measures. to determine the necessary details.(3) Paragraph 1 shall apply mutatily to the cooperation with natural and legal persons and persons trading companies which do not fulfil the conditions laid down in Section 4 (5) of the Federal Mining Act. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Supervision by responsible persons

(1) The entreprent has to ensure that
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is responsible for each occupied workplace at any time to a person who is responsible for this task required reliability, expertise and physical fitness in accordance with § 59 (1) of the Federal Mining Act and has been ordered for this purpose,
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at least a responsible person is present in the holding for so long or may be present within a reasonable short period of time, such as employed persons,
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Supervision, which is necessary to ensure the safety and health of workers in all operations, is carried out by appropriate and responsible persons appointed for this purpose.
(2) Workplaces must be visited at least once during each shift by a person appointed for the supervision of supervision.(3) Where an employee is active in a workplace alone, he/she shall be responsible for the appropriate supervision. This requirement is considered to be satisfied if
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twice in a layer of one for the If this is done only once, a control report of the person employed must be made by telephone or radio;
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in case of non-hazardous work, the workplace is visited once in a shift by a person appointed for the supervision and the employee is a telephone or Radio link.
(4) (1) (2) and paragraphs 2 and 3 shall not apply where individual employees are exclusively engaged in maintenance or simple repair work, monitoring tasks or other non-hazardous materials. and constant work is entrusted to a non-hazardous and unchanging workplace, as well as
1.
a responsible person can be present via telephone, radio or otherwise, and can be present within a reasonable short time, and
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the responsible person ordered for the respective workplace at least once in the shift with the employees.
The eligible person Work and workplaces, as well as details of supervision, must be laid down by the trader. The second sentence shall apply mutatily to work associated with a particular risk.(5) In the case of work carried out jointly by a number of employees and without the permanent presence of a responsible person, the trader shall ensure that an employee is allowed to give instructions.(6) The trader may exercise supervision himself if he fulfils the conditions required for this purpose in accordance with Section 59 (1) of the Bundesberggesetz (Federal Act on the Law of the Federal Mining Act). Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Information, briefing, hearing

(1) The entrepellent has employees before the start of employment and in the case of changes in the health and safety risks to which they may be exposed to the work in question, as well as the measures and arrangements to be taken to avert such risks and in the case of emergencies; and To understand the first aid measures in a comprehensible way.(2) In addition, the trader shall have sufficient safety and health protection during their working time to instruct them in their entirety, in an appropriate and comprehensible manner, in accordance with the provisions of sentences 2 and 3, with the aim of ensuring that they are all in their own right. It is possible to identify potential hazards and to respond appropriately to the hazards. The instruction includes instructions and explanations which are specifically designed for the workplace or the role of employees. It must, in the case of recruitment, transfer or change in the area of responsibility, after unforeseen events, the introduction or modification of work equipment, or the introduction of a new technology, prior to taking up the activities of the They shall be adapted to the development of the hazards. In accordance with the result of the assessment of risks, the entrepre has to determine, in accordance with § 3 (1) sentence 5 no. 1, the cases in which the instruction should be repeated at appropriate intervals and supplemented by practical exercises. Records are to be kept on their implementation.(3) If there is no works council, the trader shall consult the employees on all activities which may have an impact on their safety and health. The employees shall also be consulted, in particular, on the relevant provisions in the security and health protection document referred to in § 3, as well as on matters relating to information and instruction in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Written instructions

For each workplace or establishment, the entreptite has written instructions in to provide, in order to ensure the safety and health of workers, including the use of working materials and equipment, and to ensure the safety and health of the workers, the language and language of the procedures, Use of machines, equipment, apparatus, machine and electrical equipment and tools are required. These instructions shall also contain information on the use of emergency equipment and on how to proceed in the event of an emergency in or near the place of work or the operation. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 Transfer of work

(1) In the case of the transfer of work to employees, the trader has to take into account that the employees are
1.
due to their knowledge, experience and physical fitness In order to carry out the work as well as
2.
, the provisions and measures to be taken for the safety and health protection of the work are competent.
() In each occupied workplace, a sufficient number of employees in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be available for the purpose of carrying out the tasks assigned. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Working Release

The entreponment has the following results in accordance with the result of the assessment of risks in accordance with § 3 (1) sentence 5 No. 1 to ensure that
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dangerous work or
2.
normally driven work that can overlap with other work processes and thus cause a serious hazard,
will not be performed until a responsible person has released their start. The procedures and the security precautions to be taken before, during and after the completion of the work must be regulated in writing or otherwise in writing and must be known to the employees concerned. Non-official table of contents

§ 10 precautions for major hazards

(1) The operator has all employees who have a direct significant risk, or may be, to be immediately informed of this risk and of the protective measures taken or to be taken.(2) It has to take steps to ensure that
1.
only those employees have access to areas with serious or serious consequences. specific hazards that have previously been given appropriate instructions;
2.
Employees at imminent risk of their own security or the security of other persons can take the appropriate security measures and damage limitation measures themselves if the responsible person responsible is unreachable;
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The employees will be able to set up their jobs at imminent risk and will be able to get their jobs safe by immediately leaving the workplace.
in accordance with the second sentence of the first sentence, account shall be taken of the knowledge of the employees and of the technical means available.(3) In addition to justified exceptional circumstances, the operator shall not require the employees to resume their activities as long as there is a direct significant risk.(4) The employees may not be adversely affected by the action referred to in paragraph 2 (2) unless they have taken unsuitable measures intentionally or with gross negligence. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Specific protection measures

(1) The operator must ensure that the type and size of the operation are , as well as the nature of the activities, supplemented by the requirements of Annex 1 (1) to (5),
1.
To prevent, detect and combat fires and explosions as well as health-threatening atmospheres;
2.
in the event of danger of adequate escape routes and Emergency exits as well as escape and rescue resources for a safe leaving of workplaces are available for all employees and are properly maintained;
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the alarm and other communication systems required to initiate auxiliary, evacuation and rescue operations in a safe condition ,
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First aid, emergency medical care and a transport of injured persons;
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In case of emergency, the necessary connections to extra-business entities, especially in the area of first aid, emergency medical care, rescue and the fire control, set up;
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a contingency plan for foreseeable major events is kept up-to-date and available in operation, as far as the necessary measures are not defined in the security and health protection document;
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those persons or bodies are designated to perform the tasks , according to points 1 to 6, the number, knowledge and equipment of this category must correspond to the total number of persons employed and to the particular hazards existing.
(2) To ensure that
1.
explosives, detonating agents and explosives are only expert and retain, transport and use persons responsible for this;
2.
the safety precautions necessary for the protection of employees and third parties
3.
Explosives, detonating agents and explosives are suitable for the intended workplace and intended use.
Sentence 1 (3) shall apply. in particular for lower-day farms and lower-day farms with combustible dusts. Non-official table of contents

§ 12 General requirements for workplaces and sanitary facilities

(1) In the design of workplaces the operator must ensure adequate protection for workers. Workplaces must be kept clean, with the aim of eliminating dangerous substances or hazardous waste or monitoring them in such a way as to ensure that the health and safety of workers are not affected. The stability of the waste dump, the tipping, the other neck and the settling tank must be guaranteed.(2) Safe working methods must be provided in every workplace and in any activity. The jobs are based on ergonomic principles and in the light of the need for employees to be able to follow the work processes characteristic of their workplace, and to set up them.(3) Sanitary facilities shall be made available in an appropriate manner according to the nature of the activities, the type and number of persons employed and the presence of third parties.(4) In so far as it is necessary to protect the employees, danger areas must be clearly identified and defined according to the nature and size of the hazards and provided with signs in accordance with § 19 (1) and (2). The necessary protective measures must be taken for those who are authorised to enter the danger areas.(5) The entrepre shall keep records to ensure that the number and names of the present
1.
Employees in a day-to-day operation,
2.
People in a day-to-day operation and on a meerestechnic facility
can be fixed at any time. The probable whereabout of the persons present in a day-to-day operation must be known.(6) The additional requirements set out in Annex 1 (6) to (11) shall be complied with in accordance with the nature of the establishments and the activities. Annex 2 shall apply in addition to day-to-day installations in connection with activities and facilities in accordance with § 1. Non-official table of contents

§ 13 workplaces to search and extract through drilling including processing, underground storage, Reusability

(1) The entrepre has workplaces,
1.
in which mineral resources are Drilling or winning drilling, and thus being prepared in the context of this,
2.
to serve or serve the underground storage in connection with drilling
3.
in which the surface is re-used in connection with the activities referred to in points 1 and 2,
taking into account the to plan, set up and operate natural conditions and the tools to be used, in particular the machinery and equipment.(2) If drilling work is to be expected, the contractor shall use special facilities for the purpose of preventing the drilling. These must be suitable for the respective borehole and operating conditions.(3) Equipment and equipment which are important for safety in accordance with the result of the assessment of hazards in accordance with § 3 (1) sentence 5 (1) must be able to be remotely operated from suitable places in an emergency or in other ways automatically the hazardous state. Systems for shutting off and relieving the pressure of boreholes, installations and piping must be equipped with remote control or equivalent safety devices.(4) In the light of the outcome of the assessment of hazards in accordance with § 3 (1) sentence 5 (1) sentence 1, workplaces occupied must have the following communication systems:
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an acoustic-optical system that can transmit alarm signals to any occupied area of the workplace in the amount of safety according to the security level;
2.
an acoustic system that is clearly audible in all areas of the workplace where employees often reside;
3.
Alarm tripping devices at appropriate places.
If employees are located on normally unoccupied places of work, they are available in accordance with the To provide appropriate communications systems for security needs. These must remain operational in case of emergency.(5) The contractor shall ensure that accommodation and lounges have at least two separate, as far as possible, emergency exits in accordance with sentence 2. Emergency exits must allow access to a safe area, a safe collection point or a safe place from which the employees can be brought into safety. The provisions of sentences 1 and 2 shall not apply in cases where, due to the small size of accommodation and residence rooms, emergency exits are not necessary or they are not necessary to protect the safety and health of workers.(6) In so far as it is necessary, in accordance with the outcome of the assessment of risks pursuant to § 3 (1) sentence 5 No. 1, focal points shall be set up in a secure position to take the necessary precautions for emergencies and is in each case a list of the individual focal points allocated to each collection point.(7) The lighting equipment shall be designed in such a way as to illuminate the operational control areas, escape routes, submarine and danger areas. The requirement set out in the first sentence shall be limited to the time in which employees are present in the case of work places which are occasionally occupied.(8) In addition, the requirements of Annex 3 shall apply to the area of the continental shelf and the coastal waters. Non-official table of contents

§ 14 workplaces for overtime search, recovery and reprocessing, reusability

(1) The entreprender has Workplaces where
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searches, wins, or edits natural resources over the day
2.
Mineral raw materials are visited or obtained in old Halden,
3.
the surface is reuseable in the context of the search, winnings, or preparation of natural resources,
depending on the natural conditions and to plan, set up and operate equipment, in particular machinery and equipment, in the light of the use of the equipment.(2) The height and inclination of the embankment system must be adapted to the stability of the mountain coats and to the degradation process.(3) precautions must be taken against the risk of crashing or falling masses. Before commensurate with the work, there must be an examination of space and profit surges above jobs or traffic routes to loose masses. If necessary, these shall be removed. Sentences 2 and 3 shall not apply if, on account of the characteristics of the mountain coats, there is no need for an examination of loose masses and their trees.(4) Abroom and profit surges and tipping shall not be undermined unless this does not affect safety.(5) precautions must be taken to ensure that water inflows do not endanger the safety of an over-day operation.(6) roads and transport routes must have a load-bearing strength appropriate to the working equipment used. In particular, they must be designed and maintained in such a way as to ensure safe driving of machinery, equipment and vehicles. Non-official table of contents

§ 15 Subday workplaces

(1) The entreprent has to ensure that
1.
each one-day operation over at least two separate, professionally created and for the employees Easily accessible paths are connected to the surface,
2.
these paths, if their use means a special effort for the employees, with mechanical
Sentence 1 shall not apply to the duration of the closure and closure as well as to surface-related routes. Under-day farms already before the 1. No later than 1 January 1996 at the latest. 1 January 2004, as soon as possible, as soon as possible.(2) In each underground operation, the trader shall ensure that each workplace can be abandoned in at least two separate ways. In the case of excavation operations without an exit to the next higher sole, two independent escape routes must be accessible from the access of the excavation operation. The first sentence shall not apply to the premises of a short extension, to the construction or closure of a mine or to the immediate discovery or detection of the expansion of mineral resources. For underground operations within the meaning of Section 126 (1) and (3) of the Federal Mining Act, the competent authority may, on a case-by-case basis, allow an exception to be made by the competent authority if sufficient security measures are otherwise provided for the Employees have been hit.(3) Underday workplaces shall be designed, used, equipped and maintained in such a way as to minimise the risks to workers at work and in driving. Routes must be marked with a mark which makes it easier for employees to find their bearings. The carriage of passengers shall be properly set up and shall be governed by specific written instructions.(4) The contractor shall ensure that
1.
after the release of the mountain range, shall correspond to its written instructions,
2.
the proper state of the expansion in all workplaces is regularly checked and
3.
the extension is maintained.
Sentence 1 does not apply if the mountains of all experience are stable. In such cases, the stability of the mountain range in the workplaces must be regularly checked. The written instructions provided for in the first sentence of sentence 1 shall be supplemented, where necessary, by written rules on the development of the system.(5) In the planning and execution of all activities, it is necessary to ensure that the self-ignition of substances or natural resources is avoided or detected at an early stage. Combustible substances which are brought to the following days are to be limited to the amount strictly necessary.(6) For the transmission of hydrostatic or hydrokinetic mechanical energy, it is possible to use flammable liquids or to use methods to be used in underground plants which conduct pit gas or have combustible dusts. will not cause any inflammation or explosion. The flammable liquids must comply with the relevant specifications and test conditions with regard to the flame retardancy and the prevention of health hazards. Rates 1 and 2 shall apply to other subday operations within the framework of the security requirements. Where hydraulic fluids which do not comply with the specifications, test conditions and requirements set out in the second sentence must be used in accordance with the outcome of the assessment of risks in accordance with Article 3 (1) sentence 5 No 1 Additional safety precautions are taken to prevent the increased risk of fires and their spread.(7) In mine-gas-leading underground operations, the extraction shall be carried out taking into account the outgassing and the hazards posed by it. The risks arising from mine gas shall be reduced as far as possible. Each underground operation in which mine gas can be released in a quantity which does not exclude the formation of an explosive atmosphere shall be regarded as the leading-gas-gas-guiding principle.(8) In underground operations in which combustible dusts occur, the spread of a dust or pit gas explosion shall be limited by explosion barriers. Through the arrangement of the explosion barriers, the contractor has to draw up a plan, to update regularly and to keep it available in operation. Coal dusts in underground plants shall be considered combustible unless, according to the result of the assessment of hazards in accordance with Article 3 (1) sentence 5 (1) of the dust, none of the resulting flutes is capable of passing on an explosion.(9) Work shall be planned and carried out in such a way as to ensure the safety and protection of workers in the areas of underground operations which are at risk of burglated, mountainous or water-prone risk. shall be guaranteed. Measures must be taken to
1.
identify the danger areas after set 1,
2.
The employees in mine building that move towards or within such areas to protect and
3.
mastering the hazards.
(10) The entreprender has to ensure that
1.
each person is provided with a self-stretcher suitable for the respective operation and a briefing on the use of the stay is available
2.
the self-stretchers are held in the respective operation and
3.
Condition is regularly checked for operational capability.
For days, each person has to carry a self-stretcher constantly. Oxygen self-stretchers with greater weight can be stored in range continuously.(11) In each underground operation, appropriate organisational measures shall be taken to ensure the rapid and effective introduction and implementation of rescue works. In order to be used in any such operation, a sufficient number of persons who are theoretically and practically under-proven must be available in the mine rescue system with the necessary factual means. Non-official table of contents

§ 16 Weather for subordinated workplaces

(1) The entrepre has to ensure that all underground workplaces are with sufficient safety margin to maintain an atmosphere that is maintained by
1.
harmless to safety and health,
2.
caused by explosions and breathable dusts Taking into account the risks,
3.
working conditions during working hours, taking into account the working methods used and the physical strain on the
(2) In mine-gas-leading underground establishments and in all other underground establishments where the natural ventilation is not sufficient to meet the requirements of paragraph 1, the To ensure the main weathering by one or more machine fans. Precautions must be taken to ensure the stability and continuity of the weathering. At least the negative pressure generated by the main fan is continuously monitored. An alarm device must warn when there is an unintentional fan stop.(3) No special weather conditions may be applied in workplaces of lower-day plants, which are part of the mine, which are used for the purpose of the flotation of natural resources. Special weather conditions may be set up and operated for alignment, device or predatory work if such workplaces are in direct contact with the main wave of water. The second sentence also applies to other workplaces which, in their own way, cannot be weathered continuously.(4) The operator has to measure the weather parameters on a regular basis; the concentration of the mine gas is also part of this in mine-gas-leading underground companies. The results of the measurement shall be recorded and stored for a reasonable period of time.(5) In the mine-gas-leading underground operations,
1.
is located in the exit paths of workplaces with mechanized extraction,
2.
in the local area of unenforced operating points with propulsion machines, and
3.
If necessary, at other comparable places
to constantly monitor the pit gas concentration. The nature and scope of the monitoring shall be determined in accordance with the outcome of the assessment of risks in accordance with Article 3 (1) sentence 5 (1) (1).(6) A weather plan with the essential characteristics of the weathering is to be prepared by the contractor, to be regularly updated and kept available in operation. Non-official table of contents

§ 17 Provision and use of work equipment

(1) The entrepre has all machines, equipment, appliances, tools, tools, tools, tools, tools, tools, tools, tools or installations used at work, in accordance with the outcome of the assessment of the hazards referred to in Article 3 (1) sentence 5 (1), taking into account the intended work or the intended use, and to make it available. It shall ensure that it is constructed, put into service and operated in such a way as to ensure the safety and health of workers when used in accordance with the intended use.(2) Without prejudice to the obligations referred to in paragraph 1, the trader shall ensure that
1.
means only , the minimum requirements laid down in Annex I to Council Directive 89 /655/EEC of 30 May 2006, 1 November 1989 on the minimum safety and health requirements for the use of work equipment by workers (OJ 1989 L 327, p. EC No 13), as last amended by Directive 2001 /45/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 June 2001 on the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Communities 21 June 2001 (OJ C 327, EC No 46),
2.
in the use of work equipment, the provisions of Annex II to this Directive are complied with.
which are laid down in other legislation, may be made available only if they meet those requirements. Work equipment must be of adequate strength and free of obvious defects, as well as sufficient for the respective purpose of use, capable of being efficient and safe. If they are intended for areas where there is a risk of fires or explosions caused by the ignition of gases, vapours, mists or dusts, they must meet specific safety requirements.(3) The trader shall ensure by means of maintenance measures that the equipment meets the requirements laid down in paragraph 2 throughout the period of use. This also applies to safety devices. It shall draw up a plan for the maintenance and systematic testing and testing of the safety of significant machinery, equipment, apparatus, machine and electrical equipment, including safety devices, to be kept up-to-date on a regular basis; in the case of exceptional operating events with potential adverse effects on the safety of a working product, it shall be subject to an extraordinary audit . All relevant work shall be carried out by knowledgeable persons. The carrying out of tests and trials in accordance with the third sentence and the results thereof shall be recorded in a list which shall be kept for a reasonable period of time. Where work equipment is used outside the enterprise, it shall be accompanied by proof of the implementation of the last audit.(4) If it is not possible to deal solely with the risks identified in accordance with Article 3 (1), first sentence, No. 1, by means of suitable means of work, the contractor shall take additional measures for the safety and health protection of the employees. These include safety devices, such as protective devices and safety-friendly shut-off systems. Operating systems which have an influence on safety must be clearly identifiable and allow for switching on and off without endangering the employees.(5) Without prejudice to the measures referred to in paragraph 4, the contractor shall ensure that, in order to avoid any particular danger,
1.
Work tools are only used by employees commissioned to do this,
2.
Maintenance, (
)
work equipment as defined in Annex I (3) to Directive 89 /655/EEC, as amended by Council Directive 95 /63/EC of 5 June 1990. 1 December 1995 (OJ C 327, EC No L 335 p. 28), which are employed by the staff on 5. The Commission shall, at the latest, be required to comply with the requirements laid down in the first sentence of paragraph 2 of the first subparagraph of Article 1 (1) of Regulation (EC) No 129/98 and shall be adopted in accordance with the law applicable until December 2002 shall be in accordance with the requirements of Annex I to this Directive. Non-official table of contents

§ 18 Provision and use of personal protective equipment

(1) The operator must ensure that: personal protective equipment shall be provided and used if the assessment of risks in accordance with section 3 (1) sentence 5 (1) has shown that risks to employees are not avoided or sufficiently limited by other measures . Equipment within the meaning of section 1 (2) to (5) of the Regulation on the placing on the market of personal protective equipment shall be considered as personal protective equipment.(2) Personal protective equipment shall be selected taking into account the identified hazards, the job-specific characteristics, the time of use and the frequency of exposure and ergonomic requirements. Their suitability is to be assessed for the respective application.(3) The trader may only provide personal protective equipment,
1.
which meets the requirements of the Regulation concerning the placing on the market of personal protective equipment and
2.
the suitability of which has been determined by the assessment referred to in the second sentence of paragraph 2
(2) shall not apply to personal protective equipment made available for works for which they have been selected prior to the entry into force of this Regulation.(4) Personal protective equipment is to be provided in principle for individual use. Where the circumstances require that a personal protective equipment be used by a number of employees, the contractor shall take appropriate measures to ensure that the user does not have any health or hygiene problems. .(5) Personal protective equipment shall be provided free of charge to the user in appropriate form and size. Complex personal protective equipment in accordance with § 7 of the Regulation on the placing on the market of personal protective equipment must be adapted to the user individually. Where a number of personal protective equipment is used simultaneously by an employee, these protective equipment must be adapted to one another without the protective effect of the individual equipment being impaired.(6) By means of cleaning, maintenance, inspection, repair and replacement measures, it is necessary to ensure that the personal protective equipment remains fully effective and hygienically flawless throughout the entire period of use.(7) The entrepre has to be convinced of the effectiveness of the selected personal protective equipment and, if necessary, to re-examine and adapt the measures taken. If employees are exposed to special physical burdens as a result of the work to be carried out and the personal protective equipment used, the entreprent has to consider whether, in order to ensure their health protection, more Measures are required. Non-official table of contents

§ 19 Safety or health mark

(1) The operator has to ensure that risks and hazards are for safety and health in workplaces, taking into account the outcome of the assessment of hazards according to § 3 (1) sentence 5 no.1, provided that the risks and risks are not caused by general technical protection measures or by means of work organisation measures, methods or procedures, or can be sufficiently limited. The safety or health mark must comply with the requirements of Annex 4.(2) Without prejudice to paragraph 1, the labelling applicable to road, rail, inland waterway, sea and air transport shall be used within establishments.(3) The safety or health mark which already exists before the 24. It must be completed by 24 June 1994 at the latest by 24 June 1994. the minimum requirements laid down in the second sentence of paragraph 1. Non-official table of contents

§ 20 Preventive medicine monitoring

The operator has to ensure that the health of the employees in Depending on the safety and health risks in the workplace, it is monitored in a suitable way. § § 2 and 3 of the German Health Protection Ordinance or the § § 2 and 18 (1) of the German Ordinance on Occupational Health and Safety are applicable to the occupational health check-ups. Non-official table of contents

§ 21 Obligations of the employees

(1) The employees are obliged, according to their possibilities and according to the To ensure that the entrepellate is briefed and specially designated for their safety and health. In accordance with the first sentence, employees shall also be responsible for the safety and health of persons who are affected by their actions or omissions in the work.(2) In the context of paragraph 1, employees in particular shall have
1.
Machines, appliances, equipment, Machinery and electrical equipment, tools and working materials intended to be used as intended,
2.
Use of protective devices as intended, not except for: To set, arbitrarily alter or change the operation,
3.
to use the personal protective equipment provided to them in accordance with the intended use, on a (3) The employees have the employer or the competent authority in order to ensure that they are properly informed of their condition.
(3) The employees have the right to register for this purpose. responsible person shall immediately report any immediate significant risk to safety and health, as well as any defect identified in the protection systems, without delay. They should also inform the specialist for occupational safety or the occupational physician as well as the safety officer in accordance with § 22 of the Seventh Book of the Social Code. Together with the specialist for occupational safety and occupational safety, they have to support the entreptist in the long term in order to enable him to fulfil his duties, to ensure the safety and health of workers at work. , and to comply with the requirements of the authorities. Non-official table of contents

§ 22 employees ' rights

The employees are entitled,
1.
The entreprender's suggestions on all questions of safety and health at work
2.
to apply to the competent authority and to the technical supervisory service of the competent institution of the statutory accident insurance if it is based on the It is of the opinion that the measures taken and the resources made available by the entreprenter are not sufficient to ensure safety and health protection at work, and that the entreptitive person is responsible for the safety and health of the work.
3.
in the event of an imminent danger of hiring and leaving work, provided that safety and security are not available. Health of other employees shall not be contrary to that.
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§ 22a Requirements for the disposal of mining waste

(1) The contractor has for the disposal of waste pursuant to Section 2 (2) (7) of the German Circular Economy Act, which are directly incurred in the search, winnings and processing of land and in the associated storage of mineral resources on the mainland and in the coastal waters. (mining waste), without prejudice to the rules on the establishment, management and cessation of operations of the holding, to take appropriate measures with a view to the effects on the environment and the resulting risks to the environment; to avoid or reduce human health as much as possible. In this context, it has to take into account the state of the art in terms of the properties of the waste facility, its location and the environmental conditions at the site. This does not require the use of a particular technique.(2) The contractor shall draw up a waste management plan in accordance with Annex 5 for the management of mining waste and, by submission to the competent authority, submit it in good time, no later than two weeks before the start of the activities; . The operator shall review and adapt the waste management plan every five years to the extent that the operation of the waste facility or the mining waste has substantially changed. Adjustments as referred to in the second sentence shall be notified to the competent authority.(3) Operating plans for the establishment, operation and decommissioning of waste disposal facilities shall comply with the additional requirements set out in Annex 6. Operational plans for the approval of waste facilities for the disposal of non-hazardous non-inert mining waste shall be interpreted by the competent authority. The provisions of Section 48 (2) sentences 3 to 5 of the Federal Mining Act shall apply to waste disposal facilities according to the second sentence of the second sentence. For waste disposal facilities in category A, the operator shall demonstrate, without prejudice to the requirements set out in the first sentence, that he or she will be able to provide a safety performance or equivalent in accordance with Annex 7. If insolvency proceedings are opened on the assets of the entreprentier, the competent authority shall be entitled to separate satisfaction from security. The operator shall, where necessary, take measures to stabilise the waste, to prevent pollution of the water and soil, and to monitor the shipment of mining waste in the excavation voyage in accordance with the provisions of sentence 8 of this Annex. the corresponding application of Annex 6 (2) and (6). Waste disposal facility is a field designated by the contractor for the collection or deposition of solid, liquid, dissolved or suspended mining waste,
1.
if the requirements of Annex III to Directive 2006 /21/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 March 2006 on the management of waste from the extractive industries and amending Directive 2004 /35/EC (OJ L 206, 22.7.2004, p. EU No 15) (category A waste facility) or the mining waste to be deposited in the waste management plan is described as hazardous,
2.
if the mining waste is dangerous and occurs unexpectedly, and if the intended storage exceeds six months,
3.
if the mining waste is not hazardous and not inert, and if the intended storage exceeds one year,
4.
if the mining waste is an unpolluted soil or inert waste, and if the intended storage exceeds three years,
5.
if the mining waste is collected during the search and is not dangerous, and if the intended storage exceeds three years or
6.
if the mining waste is collected, prepared and stored by peat, and if the intended storage exceeds three years.
None Waste disposal facilities are mining voyage into which mining waste is spent for mining or mining purposes or for re-use.(4) Waste disposal facilities, which shall be 1. Until the end of May 2008, the Commission must: The provisions of paragraphs 1 to 5 shall be complied with in May 2012; this shall not apply to the fourth sentence of paragraph 3, to which the provisions of paragraph 3 shall apply until 1 January May 2014. Paragraphs 2 to 4, first sentence, and (5) shall not apply to waste disposal facilities which are
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Adoption of waste before 1. May 2006,
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, the decommissioning procedures are approved in accordance with the rules applicable or approved by the competent authority. To complete programs and
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to the 31.
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a waste facility in category A is not an operating area or part of an operating area according to Section 3 (5a) of the Federal Immission Control Act, the emergency plan must be in accordance with Article 11 (1) (6), comply with the additional requirements set out in Section 1 of Annex I to Directive 2006 /21/EC. The contractor shall provide the competent authority with the information necessary for the preparation of external alarm and security plans before a waste facility is put into service, in accordance with the first sentence of the first sentence. If the territory of another State is likely to be affected by the effects of an incident, the contractor shall have a corresponding number of additional copies of the external alarm and alert system of the competent authority, and To provide the necessary information to the competent authority of the other State for the purposes of forwarding security plans. The information referred to in the second sentence shall contain at least the information referred to in Section 2 of Annex I to Directive 2006 /21/EC. The operator shall make the information available to the public in accordance with Section 2 of Annex I to Directive 2006 /21/EC. The information referred to in the second sentence shall be reviewed every three years. In so far as changes are made during the review which may have a significant impact on the hazards associated with an incident, the operator shall update the information without delay; the obligations of the records 2 to 3 shall be updated immediately. 5 shall apply accordingly.Paragraphs 1 to 5 shall not apply to the discharge of water and the re-introduction of pumped groundwater in accordance with Article 11 (3) (j), first and second indent, of Directive 2000 /60/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23. 1 October 2000 establishing a framework for Community action in the field of water policy (OJ C 327, 28.11.2000, p. 1), which was last amended by Directive 2008 /32/EC (OJ L 327, 22.12.2008, p. 60), in so far as the discharges can be authorised in accordance with § § 47 and 48 of the Water Resources Act. Paragraphs 2 to 5 do not apply to
1.
for the disposal of non-hazardous waste that is not hazardous to the collection of mineral resources, other than oil and of evaporites other than gypsum and anhydrite,
2.
for the disposal of waste, including unpolluted soil, which The recovery, preparation and storage of peat shall not apply.
Paragraphs 3 to 5 shall not apply to the disposal of inert waste and unpolluted soil incurred in the search, extraction, processing and storage of mineral resources, provided that they do not include: be deposited in a Category A waste facility, and the requirements set out in Annex 6 (2) and (3) shall be complied with.(7) Paragraphs 1 to 5 shall not apply to
1.
Floors at the place of origin (soils in situ), including non-excavated, contaminated soils and structures, which are permanently connected to the ground,
2.
non-contaminated soil material and other naturally occurring materials, which have been excavated during construction, provided that: ensure that the materials in their natural state are used for construction purposes at the place where they were raised.
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§ 23 Transfer of responsibility

The contractor may transfer all or part of the obligations arising out of this Regulation to responsible persons. Non-official table of contents

§ 24 Administrative Offences

(1) Order in violation of § 145 (3) No. 1 of the Federal Mining Act, who Intentionally or negligently, contrary to § 12 (5) sentence 1, it is not ensured that the number or names of the employees present or persons present are detectable.(2) The offence is in the sense of Section 145 (3) (2) of the Federal Mining Act, who intentionally or negligently acts as
1.
contrary to § 3 para. 1 sentence 1, not ensuring that a security and health protection document is created,
2.
contrary to § 3, paragraph 3, the document referred to there is not revised or has not been revised in time,
3.
§ 5 (1), 2 or 3 sentence 1 is contrary to the supervision of persons responsible for the supervision of persons or persons ordered for the supervision of supervision,
4.
contrary to § 6 (1) or § 10 (1) an employee not, not correct, not complete, not taught in the prescribed manner or not in time,
5.
contrary to § 6 (2) sentence 1 of an employee, not correct, not complete, not in the prescribed manner or not in time,
6.
contrary to § 6 (2) Sentence 4 does not specify the cases in which the instruction should be repeated or supplemented by practical exercises,
7.
contrary to § 6 (3) sentence 1 the employees does not stop,
8.
contrary to § 10 para. 2 sentence 1 a conversion does not apply,
9.
contrary to § 1 or 3 shall not ensure that explosives, detonators or explosives are kept, transported or used only by experts and persons authorised to do so, or for the intended place of work or the place of work. ,
10.
contrary to the first sentence of Article 13 (5), does not ensure that there are at least two emergency exits from accommodation or lounges ,
11.
contrary to the first sentence of Article 15 (1), does not ensure that a day-to-day operation is connected to the surface by at least two ways, or that these paths are equipped with mechanical means of transport,
12.
contrary to § 15 (2) sentence 1, it does not ensure that a workplace is left in at least two separate ways
13.
contrary to § 15 (4), first sentence, no. 1 or 3, it does not ensure that expansion is brought in or maintained,
14.
contrary to § 15 para. 10 sentence 1 No. 1, it does not ensure that a self-stretcher is made available or a briefing is made,
15.
contrary to § 16 para. 1, not ensuring that a day-to-day workplace is beveted in the prescribed manner,
16.
contrary to § 16 para. 3 sentence 1, apply a special weather or
17.
contrary to § 22a para. 2 sentence 1 or 3 an advertisement not, not correct, not fully or not reimbursed in time.
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§ 25 Article The

Ministry of Economics and Technology (Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology) has published the Federal Gazette (Bundesanzeiger), which makes it possible to determine which state Non-official table of contents

§ 26 Entry into force

This regulation occurs on the 1. January 1996, in force. Non-official table of contents

Final formula

The Federal Council has agreed. Non-official table of contents

Appendix 1 (to § § 11 and 12)
Common requirements for activities and facilities according to § 1

Original text: BGBl. I 1995, 1476-1479;
bzexcl. of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote
1
Explosion protection, protection against health-threatening atmosphere and fire protection
1.1
General
1.1.1
The entreprender has appropriate actions to take to
1.1.1.1
assess whether explosive or health-threatening substances are present in the atmosphere and
1.1.1.2
measure your concentration.
1.1.2
Based on the outcome of the risk assessment in accordance with Article 3 (1), first sentence, No. 1, monitoring facilities for the automatic and continuous measurement of gas concentrations at certain points, automatic alarm systems and devices for the automatic disconnection of electrical To install and operate operating means and internal combustion engines. In cases where measurements are carried out automatically, the entrepre has to record the measurement results and keep an appropriate time.
1.1.3
In Workplaces where combustible dusts occur shall be taken to reduce, remove, neutralize or bind deposits of such dusts.
1.1.4
Smoking is banned in areas at risk of fire and explosions. Furthermore, the handling of open fire and the setting up of work, of which there may be a risk of inflammation, shall not be allowed. The prohibition laid down in the second sentence shall not apply if adequate preventive measures are taken against the emergence of fires or explosions.
1.1.5
For subday Holdings carrying mine gas or combustible dusts shall be considered in place of point 1.1.4 below:
1.1.5.1
It is prohibited to smoke and to smoke certain Tobacco products and any objects for the production of open flames.
1.1.5.2
Burning and welding and other similar activities shall be admissible only in exceptional cases, subject to specific measures to ensure the safety and health of employees.
1.2
Explosion protection
1.2.1
In the planning, setup, equipment, commissioning, operation, and the Maintenance of workplaces shall be taken by the contractor in accordance with the result of the assessment of risks pursuant to § 3 (1) sentence 5 no. 1, in order to:
1.2.1.1
preventing the emergence and accumulation of explosive gas and explosive dust-air mixtures,
1.2.1.2
The ignition of explosive gas and explosive dust air mixtures,
1.2.1.3
the To prevent and combat the spread of fires and explosions,
1.2.1.4
to reduce the impact of explosions in such a way as to prevent workers from being affected as far as possible
1.2.2
On the measures and facilities for explosion protection, the contractor has to draw up an explosion protection plan on a regular basis on the latest Stand up and keep it available in operation.
1.3
Protection against health-threatening atmosphere
1.3.1
In the cases where substances that are harmful to health have accumulated or can accumulate in the atmosphere, the entreprentee has, in accordance with the outcome of the evaluation of Provision should be made for appropriate measures in accordance with § 3 (1) sentence 5 (1) in order to avoid the risk to the employees. Such substances shall be taken off at the place of origin, shall be deposited or otherwise disposed of. If this is not possible, accumulations are to be diluted to an acceptable level.
1.3.2
For areas in which employees are hazardous to health or to be exposed to health-threatening gases in the atmosphere, adequate breathing and resurrection equipment must be available in sufficient numbers. The equipment shall be kept adequately and shall be maintained in such a way as to remain operational. For their use, a sufficient number of knowledgeable persons must be available at the workplace.
1.3.3
As far as toxic or other harmful gases are present in the workplace. The operator must draw up a plan in which the preventive measures and the necessary protective equipment are to be defined in detail (gas protection plan). The plan has to be kept up-to-date on a regular basis and available in operation.
1.3.4
(dropped)
1.4
Fire Protection
1.4.1
In the planning, setup, equipment, commissioning, operation, and the Maintenance of workplaces, according to the outcome of the assessment of hazards in accordance with § 3 (1) sentence 5 No. 1, the contractor has appropriate security measures to protect against the outbreak and the spread of fires as well as to to detect and combat it. Hazards due to combustible dusts must also be taken into account. In case of fire, rapid and effective fire-fighting is to be ensured.
1.4.2
workplaces must be equipped with appropriate fire-extinguishers and fire-fighting equipment. if necessary, be equipped with fire detectors and alarm systems.
1.4.3
Non-automatic fire extinguishers must be easily reached, handled and used against damage.
1.4.4
Fire extinguishers are to be found in suitable places and permanently in accordance with Annex 4
1.4.5
On the measures and facilities for fire protection, the contractor has to draw up a fire protection plan, to be kept up-to-date on a regular basis.
2
Escape routes and emergency exits
2.1
All Jobs must be able to be abandoned quickly and safely at the risk of employees. Passageways and gates that lead to escape routes and emergency exits must not be blocked by objects.
2.2
escape routes and emergency exits
2.2.1
remain free of obstacles,
2.2.2
on as short a path as possible to the free, to a secure area, to a safe collection point or a safe place, from which the employees can be brought into safety.
2.3
Number, arrangement and The dimensions of the escape routes and emergency exits shall be determined by the use, installation and dimensions of the workplaces and by the maximum number of persons present there.
2.4
Doors of emergency exits must open to the outside. If this is not possible or is not justifiable from safety requirements, they must be designed as sliding doors. In an emergency, the doors must be able to be opened from the inside easily and directly by any person.
2.5
Escape routes and emergency exits where lighting is necessary , if the lighting fails, it must have adequate safety lighting.
2.6
Escape routes and emergency exits shall be deemed to be equivalent to those of Appendix 4.
3
Rettungs-und FluchtFacilities
3.1
Rettungs-und FluchtFacilities Escape arrangements shall be readily available at suitable locations in a proper state. They are to be marked in accordance with Annex 4.
3.2
In difficult escape routes and in the case of an actual or possibly occurring atmosphere with high Concentrations of pollutants or lack of oxygen shall be provided for suitable self-stretchers for direct use in the workplace. For sub-day farms, § 15 para. 10.
4
Security exercises
4.1
The employees are theoretically and, if necessary, practical to instruct what measures they have to take in an emergency.
4.2
To normally used Workplaces or practice sites shall be subject to periodic safety drills. In particular, these must
4.2.1
the employees who are assigned tasks for emergencies, who are responsible for the use, handling or operation of Rescue facilities shall be instructed in the performance of their duties, taking into account the nature and size of the holding and the specific characteristics of the workplace, and shall examine their state of knowledge,
4.2.2
The relevant employees can also use the appropriate use, handling, and operation of the rescue and escape facilities.
5
First Aid Facilities and Rooms
5.1
First Aid precautions must be in personell and factually appropriate to the nature of the activities carried out. Such arrangements shall be made for all workplaces where the working conditions so require.
5.2
Depending on the type of activity and the size of the holding, One or more rooms for the First Aid. These must be equipped with the necessary equipment, means and materials and must be easily accessible to persons with stretcher. In the rooms, a guide for first aid in the event of an accident must be clearly visible.
5.3
A first aid kit must also be kept wherever the Working conditions to do so. The storage places must be easily accessible.
5.4
An appropriate number of employees are available in the use of the provided first aid equipment.
5.5
Rooms for first aid and first-aid storage facilities must be identified as such in Annex 4.
6
traffic routes
6.1
workplaces must be safely reachable and in the Can be quickly and safely left out.
6.2
Traffic routes, including stairs, fixed ladders and loading ramps, must be calculated, dimensioned and shall be designed to be easily and safely committed or to be carried on, depending on the purpose of their destination, and shall not be endangered in the vicinity.
6.3
The dimensioning of the traffic routes used for passenger or freight traffic has to be determined by the number of possible users and the type of operation. Where means of transport are used on transport routes, a sufficient safety margin must be maintained for pedestrians, or other equivalent safety precautions must be taken.
6.4
Vehicles must pass a sufficient distance past doors, gates, pedestrian paths, passageways, and stairway exits.
6.5
The limitations of traffic and access routes must be clearly marked.
6.6
For all in the Vehicles used are the required traffic regulations.
7
Free workplaces
7.1
The workplaces, traffic routes and other places or outdoor facilities used or entered by the employees during their activities should be designed in such a way that: they can be safely committed and driven.
7.2
The workplaces are, if possible, so set up that the employees
7.2.1
against weathering and, if necessary, protected against falling objects,
7.2.2
neither noises with an intolerable noise level, nor harmful effects from outside, such as gases, fumes, dusts,
7.2.3
at risk, can quickly leave your workplace or help them quickly,
7.2.4
Don't slip or crash.
8
Natural and Artificial Lighting
8.1
Each workplace must be designed to ensure that the safety and health of workers is adequately guaranteed.
8.2
workplaces in rooms must be given sufficient daylight and taking into account the natural lighting conditions with one of safety and health protection of the workers appropriate artificial lighting. Outdoor workplaces must be artificially illuminated in the safety-related scope, if the daylight is not sufficient.
8.3
The lighting of the working spaces and Connection routes must be fitted in such a way that the type of illumination does not create an accident hazard for the employees.
8.4
In workplaces where the If workers are exposed to hazards in the event of failure of artificial lighting, adequate safety lighting must be provided. If necessary, portable lamps shall be made available for each employee.
8.5
For lower-day workplaces, the following shall apply in place of points 8.1 to 8.4 the following:
8.5.1
The operator has to make available to each employee a portable electric lamp suitable for the purpose of use. Every employee must carry the luminaire.
8.5.2
The workplaces must be as safe as possible with one of the safety and health protection of the employees. suitable artificial lighting.
8.5.3
The lighting must be fitted in such a way that there is no risk of accident for the employees
9
Sanitary facilities
9.1
locker rooms, clothes rack
9.1.1
The employees must be provided with suitable changing rooms if they have to wear special work clothes in their work and if they are from health or health care. Moral reasons are not to be conserved in a different room. The changing rooms must be easily accessible, sufficiently dimensioned and equipped with seating.
9.1.2
The changing rooms must be equipped with lockable rooms. Equipment in which each employee can keep his clothes during working hours. In the case of work clothes and street clothing, separate storage facilities shall be provided where this is necessary according to the nature of the activity. It is necessary to ensure that wet working clothes can be dried.
9.1.3
For women and men, separate changing rooms are or are separate use of these. To provide spaces.
9.1.4
If changing rooms are not required in accordance with item 9.1.1, there must be a coat rack for each employee.
9.2
Showers, washbasins, toilets in the vicinity of the workplace
9.2.1
The employees are in to make available in a sufficient number of suitable showers in special rooms close to the workplace or changing rooms, if they require the type of activity or health reasons. The shower rooms must be dimensioned in such a way that the individual employee can clean up to meet the hygienic requirements unhindered. The showers must have hygienic, smooth running cold and warm water.
9.2.2
In the cases where showers are not required, sufficient and adequate washing facilities with hygienic, cold and warm water close to the worktop and changing rooms.
9.2.3
Den In the vicinity of the workplaces, the rest rooms and the showers or washbasins, there are special rooms with a sufficient number of toilets and hand-wash basins. In the case of underground establishments, the sanitary facilities referred to in the first sentence, with the exception of toilets, may be over days.
9.2.4
showers or washbasins and changing rooms, which are separated from each other, must be easily accessible to each other.
9.2.5
For women and men, separate shower rooms or Washing facilities and separate toilets to be set up. At least a separate use of these sanitary installations must be possible.
10
Protection in the manual handling of loads
10.1
The manual handling of loads (conveying or supporting loads by human power) cannot be avoided even though measures according to § 14 of the As far as possible, the trader has to provide an assessment of the nature of the handling operations in advance and to design the workplace or work in such a way or to ensure that appropriate measures are taken to ensure that the health and safety of the workers are in a state of play. To use work equipment in such a way that the manual handling of loads is limited to a minimum level.
10.2
In the evaluation of the The operator has to comply with the following criteria:
10.2.1
with regard to the work task to be fulfilled by the employees especially
10.2.1.1
the required posture or body movement, especially rotational movement,
10.2.1.2
the distance of the load from the body,
10.2.1.3
which is due to the lifting, lowering, or wearing of the load distance bridging,
10.2.1.4
the extent, frequency, and duration of the required power task,
10.2.1.5
a possible sudden movement of the load,
10.2.1.6
the work pace as a result of a not through the Labor-changing workflow and
10.2.1.7
the available recovery or rest period;
10.2.2
with regard to the load to be handled, in particular
10.2.2.1
its weight, shape and Size,
10.2.2.2
the location of the access points,
10.2.2.3
the center of gravity and
10.2.2.4
the possibility of an unforeseen motion;
10.2.3
with regard to the nature of the workplace and the working environment, in particular
10.2.3.1
, the space available in the vertical direction; and Space,
10.2.3.2
the height difference across different levels,
10.2.3.3
the temperature, Humidity and air speed,
10.2.3.4
the flatness, slippage, or stability of the stand and
10.2.3.5
Lighting.
11
Special Person Groups Protection
11.1
As far as pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers are employed, appropriate ways to get them to rest are to be created.
11.2
In the case of disabled people, the workplaces to be considered must be appropriately designed. This applies in particular to the workplaces themselves as well as to doors, connecting paths, stairs, showers, washbasins and toilets.
11.3
Non-smoker protections
11.3.1
The entreprender has to take the necessary measures to ensure that they do not smoking workers in workplaces are effectively protected from the health risks of tobacco smoke.
11.3.2
In workplaces with public transport, the To take protective measures according to point 11.3.1 only in so far as the nature of the holding and the nature of the employment permit.
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appendix 2 (to § 12)
Additional requirements for daily assets in connection with activities and facilities according to § 1

site of the original text: BGBl. I 1995, 1480-1481;
bzexcl. of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote
1
Stability and strength workplaces are designed to be designed, built, built, to operate, monitor and maintain that they are able to withstand the expected environmental conditions. They must have a design and strength corresponding to their type of use.
2
floors, walls, ceilings, and roofs of the rooms
2.1
The floors of the rooms must not have any unevenness, holes or dangerous inclinations; they must be fixed, non-slip, and non-slippery. Depending on the nature of the holding and the physical activity of the employees, the workplaces where there is a workplace must have sufficient heat insulation.
2.2
The surface of the floors, walls and ceilings must be so designed that it can be cleaned and renewed according to hygienic requirements.
2.3
Transparent or translucent walls, in particular all-glass walls, in rooms or in the area of workplaces and traffic routes must be clearly marked and made out of The safety material may or may not be shielded against the workplaces and traffic routes in such a way that the workers are unexpectedly unable to come into contact with such walls and cannot be injured in their splintering.
2.4
The access to roofs made of materials that do not provide sufficient resistance to stress is only permissible if special measures involve the risk of the employees entering the area the roofs and the linings on them are avoided.
3
Space dimensions and air volume of the rooms 3.1Base area, height and air volume of a working area must be so , to ensure that workers are able to do their work without compromising their safety, health or well-being.
3.2
The There must be sufficient space for employees in the workplace to have sufficient freedom of movement in their work and to perform their tasks safely.
4
The windows, skylits and ventilation devices of the Räume windows, lights and ventilation devices that can be opened, closed, adjusted, and set, are so , to ensure safe handling. They must not be arranged in such a way that they present a danger to the workers when they are in the open state. The cleaning of windows and overlights must be safely possible.
5
Doors and gates
5.1
The location, the number, the materials used in the execution and the dimensions of the doors and gates have to be based on the type and use of the rooms or areas.
5.2
Transparent Doors must be marked at eye level. Swing doors and gates must be transparent or have sight windows. Where transparent or translucent surfaces of doors and gates are not made of safety material and there is reason to fear that workers may be injured in the splintering of the surfaces, these surfaces shall be used against the pressing of the surfaces against the surfaces of the doors and doors.
5.3
Sliding doors are against inadvertent lifting and falling out, doors and gates opening up against unmediated fall-off
5.4
Doors in the course of escape routes must be appropriately marked. You have to be open at any time from the inside without special aids. As long as employees are in the workplace, the doors must be opened.
5.5
In the immediate vicinity of the gates, which are predominantly used for vehicle traffic. , there must be doors for pedestrian traffic which are clearly marked and which are always accessible. Set 1 shall not apply if the passage for pedestrians is not dangerous.
5.6
Force-operated doors and gates must be able to be moved without endangering the employees. They must be equipped with easily recognizable and easily accessible emergency shutdown devices and must also be opened by hand, provided that they do not automatically open in the event of a power failure.
5.7
If at any point the entry is prevented by chains or similar devices, these chains or similar devices must be clearly visible and by means of appropriate Prohibiting or warning signs are marked.
6
aeration of enclosed workrooms
6.1
In enclosed workrooms, taking into account the working methods and the physical stress of the employees, it must be safe to use in sufficient quantities to ensure safe health Breathing air is present. In the cases in which a ventilation system is used, it must be functional at any time. A fault in the ventilation system must be indicated by a warning device if this is necessary with regard to the health of the employees.
6.2
Air-conditioning or mechanical ventilation devices are to be operated in such a way that the employees are not exposed to any disruptive air tension. Deposits or impurities in them, which could lead to the impairment of the breathing air and a direct health hazard of the employees, must be removed quickly.
7
room temperature
7.1
During working hours, working hours must take into account the The working methods used and the physical strain on the workers are at room temperature appropriate to the human organism.
7.2
In Pauses, preparedness, sanitation, canteens and sanity rooms must meet the temperature of the specific use of the rooms.
7.3
Windows, Oberlichter and Glass walls must, depending on the type of work and the workplace, provide a shield for workplaces against excessive solar radiation.
8
Pausenräume
8.1
The employee is an easily accessible rest room, if the reasons for safety or health, in particular the nature of the activity carried out or the maximum number of persons employed per shift, so that they may be required. Sentence 1 shall not apply if the employees are employed in offices or comparable working spaces and there are equivalent conditions for a rest during the breaks.
8.2
Pausenräume must be adequately dimensioned and the number of employees must be equipped with tables and seating. The seats must be fitted with backrests. The noise is to be reduced to a measure that is compatible with the purpose of these spaces.
8.3
Fallen in working hours regularly and frequently working hours on and off there are no spaces available, so that there are other rooms in which the employees can stay during the duration of the readiness to work
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appendix 3 (to § 13)
Additional requirements for workplaces pursuant to § 13 para. 1 no. 1 and 2 in the mainland and coastal waters

Source of the original text: BGBl. I 1995, 1482-1484
1
Security and health document
1.1
As additional requirements for security and health Health protection document in accordance with § 3 (1) sentence 1 shall apply:
1.1.1
The specific sources of danger at the workplace, taking into account all the relevant Activities that may result in accidents that may have a serious impact on the safety and health of workers are to be accurately reported.
1.1.2
The effects of the hazards arising from the particular sources of danger are to be assessed.
1.1.3
The precautions to be taken to prevent accidents with potentially severe effects, to limit the extent of accidents, and to effectively and orderly eviction of workplaces in If necessary, it must be explained in detail.
1.1.4
It is necessary to demonstrate that compliance with all measures to protect the safety and health of the Employees within the company are ensured.
2
Safety precautions for certain cases
2.1
The entreprender has in all workplaces according to the result of the evaluation of hazards according to § 3 paragraph 1 sentence 5 no. 1 reporting and protection systems for fires as well as To incorporate fire-fighting and alarm systems that are appropriate to the hazards. This can include in particular:
2.1.1
Fire alarm systems,
2.1.2
fire alarms,
2.1.3
fire lines,
2.1.4
Firefighter hydrants and hoses,
2.1.5
Water flood systems and waterjet pipes,
2.1.6
automatic sprinkler systems,
2.1.7
gas erasing systems,
2.1.8
Foam extinguishing systems,
2.1.9
portable fire extinguishers,
2.1.10
Firefighter equipment,
2.1.11
Fire protection walls to separate fire hazard Areas.
2.2
The emergency systems associated with the reporting and protection systems referred to in point 2.1 are to be arranged separately or in a special way against the effects of the accident. as far as possible. If necessary, such systems must be duplicated.
2.3
Remote control devices in accordance with § 13 para. 3 must be able to use control stations that are ready for use in the event of an emergency. where necessary, via control stations at safe collection points and at laying stations.
2.4
Using a remote control device, or In addition to the equipment and installations according to § 13 para. 3, at least systems must be equipped with safety devices comparable to those in effect
2.4.1
Ventilation,
2.4.2
for emergency shutdown of devices that can trigger an ignition
2.4.3
to prevent the leakage of flammable liquids or the escape of gases,
2.4.4
for Fire protection.
2.5
On platforms, the acoustic system is to be supplemented by communication systems that are independent of power sources at risk of failure. For coastal and emergency services, messages must be able to be transmitted through appropriate communication systems.
2.6
On platforms, measures must be taken to ensure that: Rejecting stations and collecting points against heat and smoke and, as far as possible, are protected against explosion effects and the escape routes to them as well as the escape routes departing from them remain usable. The measures must be such as to provide the workers with protection over a sufficiently long period of time and to allow for safe evacuation, flight and rescue. Platforms that are already before the 1. No later than 1 January 1996 at the latest. In January 2000, the first and second sets of sentences 1 and 2 shall be adjusted as soon as possible.
2.7
Collating points and depositing stations shall be subject to the following conditions: Workspaces can be easily accessible. One of these bodies shall be provided with a remote control of the systems referred to in point 2.4 and with a communication system to coastal and emergency services, if this is the result of the assessment of risks pursuant to Article 3 (1) sentence 5 no. 1.
2.8
The list of employees assigned to each safe collection point must be kept on the running and
2.9
A list of employees who are assigned to special tasks in emergencies is to be completed and at the appropriate places in the workplace to hang out. The names of these persons must be recorded in written instructions in accordance with § 7.
2.10
For the work on screen devices and the manual handling of loads in the The area of the continental shelf is governed by § § 13 and 14 as well as § 17 (1) No. 6 of the Health Protection Ordinance.
3
Rettungs-und FluchtFacilities, Safety exercises
3.1
In addition to general training for emergencies, employees must provide workplace-related training for rescue and flight in accordance with the Result of the assessment of hazards according to § 3 (1) sentence 5 no. 1 received. The surviving techniques are to be conveyed to them.
3.2
Suitable and adequate evacuation possibilities for emergencies and escape possibilities directly to the sea must be provided in each workplace. Lifesaving devices that are suitable for the respective platform must be ready for use immediately.
3.3
For certain cases, such as man overboard and clearance of the workplaces, has the entreponer draw up a plan to update regularly and keep it available on the platform. The plan has to be based on the security and health protection document. It must regulate the use of rescue vessels and helicopters and include criteria for the capacity to take up and the time taken by the rescue vessels and helicopters to be taken into account. The required time of intervention shall also be indicated in the security and health protection document for each platform. Standby vessels shall be designed and equipped in such a way as to meet the evacuation and rescue requirements.
3.4
To the minimum requirements for Lifeboats, lifeboats, life jackets and life jackets are included:
3.4.1
Suitability and equipment for survival assurance for a sufficient Period;
3.4.2
Availability in sufficient number for all persons expected to be present;
3.4.3
Type appropriation for workplaces;
3.4.4
impeccable workmanship from suitable materials under Consideration of the lifesaving function and the conditions for use or readiness;
3.4.5
conspicuous colouring for use as well as equipment with devices that allow the user to attract the attention of rescue personnel.
3.5
For security drills
3.5.1
check the rescue boats ' readiness to use,
3.5.2
all used lifeboat to check, clean and, if necessary, recharge or replace,
3.5.3
the portable device used for the intended storage
4
Accommodation, Sanitary facilities, First Aid Rooms
4.1
Falls the type, duration and scope of the work must be carried out by the contractor to provide accommodation to the employees. It shall ensure that the accommodation is so provided, equipped and occupied and used in such a way as to ensure that the health of the workers is not affected.
4.2
The accommodations in particular
4.2.1
Protection against explosion effects, smoke intrusion and gas as well as against the outbreak and spread of fires in accordance with the result of the assessment of hazards according to § 3 paragraph 1 sentence 5 no. 1;
4.2.2
with ventilation, Heating and lighting suitably equipped;
4.2.3
have at least two separate exits to escape routes at each level;
4.2.4
Protection against noise, odour, and smoke from other areas, if these can be harmful to health, as well as weather conditions;
4.2.5
separated from any workplaces and located at greater distances to danger zones.
4.3
The accommodations must contain enough beds or kojen for the number of employees who are expected to sleep on the platform. Each room designated as a sleeping room must provide sufficient space for the persons accommodated there to store their clothes.
4.4
In the accommodation, one must have a adequate number of showers and washbasins with hygienic, running warm and cold water, as well as a sufficient number of toilets and hand-wash basins. The shower rooms must be sufficiently large enough for each employee to be able to clean the hygienic requirements unhindered.
4.5
For women and Men shall set up separate bedrooms, shower rooms and washbasins as well as toilets in the accommodation. In the case of shower rooms, washing facilities and toilets, separate use can also be provided.
4.6
The accommodation and its facilities are available in one of the hygienic requirements.
4.7
The requirements for sanitary installations in the vicinity of the workplace as set out in Annex 1 No. 9.2 remain
4.8
In the rooms for the First Aid, the factual facilities and means available for treatment in accordance with oral or remote oral use shall be kept ready for use. Instruction of a doctor is required. A sufficient number of employees with relevant knowledge must be available on each platform.
5
Helicopter Inserts
5.1
Helicopter Landing places must be designed and executed according to the intended use. They must be sufficiently dimensioned and arranged for an unobstructed landing so that the largest helicopter flying the landing site can operate under the harshest conditions to be adopted.
5.2
In the immediate vicinity of the helicopter landing area, the device needed for an accident involving a helicopter is available.
5.3
On platforms where employees are housed, there is a sufficient number of platforms in the helicopter landing area during the helicopter operations.
6
Positioning of installations at sea
6.1
During the positioning of the platforms at sea, all personnel, organizational and factual measures need to be taken to ensure the safety and protection of the health of the
6.2
The preparatory work on the positioning of the platforms at sea must be carried out in such a way as to ensure the safety and stability of the platforms. Platforms are not compromised.
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appendix 4 (to § 19)
security or security requirements. Health protection labelling (minimum requirements)

Fundstelle des Originaltextes: BGBl. I 1995, 1485-1486
0
Definitions security-or Health-protection marking is a marking which, in relation to a particular object, has a particular activity or situation, in each case by means of a sign, a colour, a light-emitting or sound-mark, a
1
General Requests
1.1
Type of Labeling
1.1.1
Continuous labeling
1.1.1.1
For the permanent identification in the form of prohibitions, warning and bid marks as well as for the identification and location recognition of first aid or rescue equipment, signs are . For the identification and location recognition of fire-fighting materials and equipment, signs or safety colours shall be permanently affixed.
1.1.1.2
The Labelling of containers and pipes shall be specified in Annex III to Directive 92 /58/EEC of 24 December 1992. June 1992 on the minimum safety and/or health labelling requirements at work (OJ L 327, 28.8.1992, p. EC No 23).
1.1.1.3
The marking must be permanently in the form of an impediments to hindrancence and the risk of falling from the risk of falling. A security color or a sign is attached.
1.1.1.4
The marking of lanes must be permanently affixed in the form of a security color.
1.1.2
Temporary Labeling
1.1.2.1
Hazards and distress notices Persons carrying out certain activities, such as the evacuation of persons, are temporary and, taking into account the interchangeability and combination (point 1.2), by means of a light or sound sign or verbal communication
1.1.2.2
The guidance of persons in handling operations posing a risk or danger is temporary and in the form of hands-on signs, or verbal communication.
1.2
Mutual interchangeability and combination
1.2.1
With the same effect, you can choose
1.2.1.1
between a security color and a shield to the Hazard identification of stump or crash,
1.2.1.2
between illuminated signs, sound signs and verbal communication,
1.2.1.3
between show and verbal communication.
1.2.2
Certain types of labels can work together shall be used. This applies to signs and sound signs, signs and verbal communication, signs and verbal communication.
1.3
security color
1.3.1
The notes in the table below apply to each label that uses a security color.
Security color meaning Notes evidence
Red Forbidden Sign Hazy Behavior
danger alertstop, standstill, distress switch evacuation
Material and equipment for fire-fighting Marking and Location
Yellow or Yellow-Orange warning sign Attention, Caution Review
Blue Bid Sign Special behavior or activity-obligation to carry a personal protective equipment
Green Erste-Help, Rescue signDoors, exits, ways, means of operation, stations, rooms
Hazardous LessnessReturn to
1.4
Effectiveness of safety or health signs
1.4.1
The efficacy of a security or health mark must not be compromised by
1.4.1.1
a bad design, an insufficient number, a bad location, a bad condition, or a malfunction;
1.4.1.2
another marking or emission source of the same type, which impairs visibility or audibility. The aim is to
1.4.1.2.1
avoid the use of an excessive number of signs in close proximity to each other;
1.4.1.2.2
do not use two interchangeable lights at the same time;
1.4.1.2.3
does not include a light sign in to use the proximity of a relatively similar other light source;
1.4.1.2.4
not to use two sound marks at the same time;
1.4.1.2.5
do not use a sound character if the environmental noise is too strong.
1.5
More Precautions
1.5.1
The means and devices for safety or health marking have to be cleaned, maintained, checked regularly in accordance with their type and repaired as required.
1.5.2
The number and arrangement of the means or devices to be used for safety or security, or Health-protection labelling shall be based on the extent of the hazards and on the area to be detected.
1.5.3
The markings, which shall include: In the event that the source of energy fails, the source of energy must be provided with emergency supplies. Emergency supplies are not required if there is no longer any danger when the power supply is interrupted.
1.5.4
As soon as a light or sound signal is triggered. is going to start with a particular action. The character must last for as long as it is necessary to perform the action. The light or sound signs must be immediately re-operational after an action. They must be checked for their proper functioning and effective effectiveness before they are put into service, and then in sufficient frequency.
1.5.5
If the auditory or visual possibilities of the affected workers are limited-including by wearing personal protective equipment-appropriate additional or to take alternative measures.
1.5.6
Places, spaces or enclosed areas used for the storage of significant quantities of dangerous substances or preparations shall be accompanied by an appropriate warning sign from Annex II, point 3.2 of Directive 92/58/EEC or to be labelled in accordance with the provisions of point 1 of Annex III to Directive 92/58/EEC, provided that the individual packages or containers are are not already marked with sufficient marking.
2
Other requirements Without prejudice to the requirements of point 1, the safety or security requirements must be met. Health labelling to meet the requirements of Annexes II to IX to Directive 92 /58/EEC.
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Appendix 5 (to § 22a paragraph 2)
Waste Management Plan


(original text site: BGBl. I 2008, 87)

1
The operator has the waste management plan for the disposal of mining waste, taking account of the principle of sustainability and the objectives set out in paragraph 2. The plan shall represent all the essential aspects of the waste disposal concept and the provisions and measures envisaged for the protection of the environment and human health. Where the information required for the waste management plan is an integral part of an operational plan, other administrative procedures or other documents drawn up on the basis of legislation, the waste management plan may include the following:
2
Objectives of the waste management plan are to minimize the generation of waste and its pollutant potential, the recovery of mining-related products -to promote waste and to ensure its proper disposal. To this end, waste disposal should be carried out at the planning stage and in the choice of the extraction and treatment process, in the evaluation of the effects on days, the filling of excavation votings and the use of less harmful substances in the case of waste disposal. of the processing.
3
A concept for the disposal of mining waste is to be chosen at the planning stage, the
3.1
prevents or at least reduces as far as possible the long-term negative effects of the waste disposal facility
3.2
ensuring geotechnical stability of dams and halds to the end of the after-care phase,
3.3
so As far as possible, no aftercare of the decommissioned plant is required.
4
The waste management plan must contain at least the following information: Included:
4.1
The characterisation of mining waste in accordance with Annex II to Directive 2006 /21/EC and expected during the operating phase. Total quantity of mining waste,
4.2
indication of the procedures for the production of this mining waste and any post-treatment to which such waste is subjected
4.3
Data on the location of the waste facility as well as a survey of the nature of the waste facility affected by the waste facility surface,
4.4
the description of possible adverse effects on the environment and human health due to the deposition of mining waste and the measures to be taken to minimise the environmental impact, in particular by polluted water, leachate, water and wind erosion, during operation and after decommissioning, taking account of geological, hydrological and hydrogeological, seismic and geotechnological properties of the site of the waste facility,
4.5
the measures for the protection of waters, the soil and of the air referred to in Annex 6 (2) and (3), in particular by monitoring the physical and chemical stability of the waste facility, for example by means of measuring and monitoring equipment which is always ready for use, and by means of regular Cleaning of overflow channels and channels,
4.6
the control and monitoring measures by responsible persons,
4.7
the decommissioning concept, including reusability, aftercare, and monitoring,
4.8
the classification of the waste disposal facility according to the criteria set out in Annex III to Directive 2006 /21/EC, including the necessary information on the relevant reasons for classification,
4.9
precautions and measures to limit major accidents, including those for the establishment of internal emergency plans and external alerts and alerts; and Security plans required in accordance with Article 22a (5) of Category A waste disposal facilities,
4.10
in the case of waste disposal facilities that do not of category A, an assessment of the potential danger from accidents.
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Annex 6 (to § 22a, paragraph 3 Set 1)
Additional requirements for the establishment, operation and decommissioning of waste disposal facilities


(site of the original text: BGBl. I 2008, 88)

1
Without prejudice to the rules on the establishment, operation and the Establishment of the establishment shall include the following information on the operational plans for waste disposal facilities:
1.1
The name and address of the operator and the name and address of the operator. Person responsible for waste disposal;
1.2
Information on the designated location of the waste facility and on the existence of Alternative sites;
1.3
Information about the type, extent and amount of the security or information about something equivalent, as far as it is concerned Category A waste disposal facilities;
1.4
the waste management plan, provided that it has not yet been notified to the competent authority
2
The operator must ensure that the waste disposal facility has the required stability and that it is constructed and operated at a location , which is geologically, hydrogeologically and geotechnical. To the extent that adverse effects on water or soil are to be provided by polluted seepage water, the contractor shall avoid the formation of leachate water by means of appropriate measures as far as possible, the seepage water potential of the mining waste, the pollutant content of leachate and the water balance, both during the operational and after-care phases of the waste facility, to be identified and assessed, and polluted water and If necessary, to treat sicker water from the waste facility.
3
The trader has arrangements for the monitoring and inspection of the waste disposal facility. To establish a waste facility and to draw up a monitoring plan, to update it regularly and to keep it available on the holding. The same applies to arrangements in the event of instability of the waste facility or of contamination of water or soil. Records shall be kept on the implementation of the monitoring and inspections. The operator shall, at least once a year, demonstrate to the competent authority, on the basis of the records, that the requirements for the operation of the waste facility are complied with.
4
The entreprender has to inform the competent authority without delay, no later than 48 hours after taking note, of the identified waste disposal facility Show operational events that relate to the stability of the waste facility and the significant negative environmental impact of this facility. It shall immediately notify the competent authority of serious accidents and shall provide the information necessary for the assessment of the accidents. If the territory of another State may be affected by the effects of major accidents, the competent authority referred to in the first sentence of the competent authority of the other State shall, without delay, provide the information referred to in the second sentence. Available.
5
Additional requirements for decomposing ponds that contain cyanide-containing entrepreneurs must ensure that in the case of settling ponds that contain cyanide, the concentration of easily released cyanide with the help of the best available techniques is reduced as far as possible and that at plants that are before the 1. The concentration of readily released cyanide at the point of discharge of the material from the treatment plant into the settling pond shall not be subject to any of the following values, or which were already in operation at that time. greater than 50 ppm as from 1. May 2008, 25 ppm from 1. May 2013, 10 ppm from 1. May 2018. In the case of waste disposal facilities, which shall be referred to in the first paragraph. May 2008, the concentration may not exceed 10 ppm.
6
Additional requirements for closing operations plans for the decommissioning of Waste disposal facilities The contractor shall, without prejudice to the provisions of section 69 (2) of the Federal Mining Act, present in the final operating plan whether after the decommissioning of the waste facility a follow-up to the guarantee of the waste disposal facility physical and chemical stability is necessary in order to avoid adverse effects on human health and the environment, in particular in the aquatic environment. The follow-up shall include, in particular, the testing and monitoring of the waste facility, including necessary measurements with appropriate equipment, the cleaning and maintenance of existing spill-over channels and channels, other Conservation measures as well as regular reporting of the plant condition to the competent authority. The operator shall immediately inform the competent authority of all events after decommissioning of the waste facility, which may affect the stability of the facility, and shall have all the necessary measurement results, data and test reports
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appendix 7 (to § 22a para. 3 sentence 4)
Additional requirements for security benefits pursuant to § 56 Section 2 of the Federal Mining Act (Bundesberggesetz) for waste disposal facilities in category A


(find of the original text: BGBl. I 2008, 89)

1
The competent authority decides on the type, scope and level of security. The contractor shall be required to demonstrate to the competent authority prior to the commissioning of the waste facility, in accordance with the authorisation issued.
2
Instead of the security services specified in § 232 of the Civil Code, the provision of a Group guarantee, a guarantee or any other kind of security may be required. The promise of a credit institution or commercial provisions to be made in terms of commercial law shall be deemed to be equivalent security or may be approved. For this purpose, § 8 of the Mortgage Code of Remuneration shall apply accordingly.
3
The extent and the amount of the security shall be sufficient to ensure that sufficient funds are available for the Decommissioning of the waste facility shall be available in accordance with the authorisation granted and for the re-use of the area occupied by the waste facility.
4
The financial security is to be reviewed regularly by the competent authority with the aim of maintaining the real value of the security; it must be re-established if the The relationship between security and the intended purpose of protection has changed significantly. Reserves formed during the operating phase shall be credited at the level of the necessary security, insofar as they are withdrawn from the operator's power of disposal in order to ensure the safety of the security. If the verification in the first sentence of paragraph 1 shows that safety is to be increased, the competent authority may set a period of not more than six months for the contractor for the position of increased security. If the verification in accordance with the first sentence of paragraph 1 shows that the security is to be reduced, the competent authority shall immediately release the security which is no longer necessary.