Regulation On The Transfer Of Powers In The Field Of Technical Osh At The Federal Citylink

Original Language Title: Regulation on the transfer of powers in the field of technical OSH at the federal railways

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Regulation on the transfer of powers in the field of technical OSH at the federal railways (railway OSH competence Regulation) EBArbSchV copy date: 08.11.1994 full quote: "jurisdiction railway OSH regulation of 8 November 1994 (Federal Law Gazette I p 3435th)" footnote (++ + text detection from:.. 1.12.1994 +++) input formula on the basis of § 5 para 5 of the General Railway Act of 27 December 1993 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 2378) , 2396), the Federal Ministry of transport in agreement with the Federal Ministry of labour and Social Affairs: article 1 scope (1) the monitoring of compliance with government regulations of technical OSH incumbent in the federal railways and the railway companies drawn abroad to the territory of the Federal Republic of Germany the federal railway authority, insofar as these provisions the operation of rail vehicles and equipment , which is directly related to ensuring the operation of concern. Sentence 1 does not apply to blocking or decommissioning of a plant for the duration of the lockout or decommissioning. (2) equipment referred to in paragraph 1 are 1 propane switch mentioned including the supply container 2 gas lamps for signal 3 compressed air tanks in sub stations of traction facilities for the processing operation of the railway, such power network, 4 as tracks, shunting, signaling, interlocking, railway bridges, railway tunnel, 5. systems of power supply (transformer and converter works including switchgear), pipelines , overhead lines and runways. (3) the duties, responsibilities and powers of the statutory accident insurance remain unaffected in OSH. Article 2 entry into force this Regulation shall enter into force on the first day of the following promulgation calendar month. Yours sincerely the Federal Council has agreed.