Regulation Of The Minister Of Manpower And Transmigration Number Per. 08/download/vii/2010 2010

Original Language Title: Peraturan Menteri Tenaga Kerja dan Transmigrasi Nomor PER.08/MEN/VII/2010 Tahun 2010

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BN 330-2010 .doc REPUBLIC INDONESIA No. 330, 2010 MINISTRY of MANPOWER and TRANSMIGRATION. Self Protective. The equipment. REGULATION of the MINISTER of MANPOWER and TRANSMIGRATION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER PER. 08/DOWNLOAD/VII/2010 ABOUT PROTECTIVE TOOLS THEMSELVES with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the MINISTER of MANPOWER and TRANSMIGRATION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that as the implementation of the provisions of article 3, article 4 paragraph (1), article 9, article 12, article 13, and article 14 of Act No. 1 1970 on Safety needs to be protective about the tools themselves; b. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a needs to be governed by regulation of the Minister; Remember: 1. Act No. 3 of 1951 about a statement the enactment of Labour Control Act 1948 Number 23 from the Republic of Indonesia for the whole of Indonesia (the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 4 1951); 2. Act No. 3 of 1969 about the approval of the International Labour Organisation Convention Number 120 Concerning Hygiene In Commerce and offices (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia in 1969 Number www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 330, 2 14 Additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 2889); 3. Act No. 1 1970 about Work Safety (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 1 in 1970, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 2922); 4. Act No. 13 of 2003 on Labor (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 39 in 2003, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4279); 5. Presidential regulation Number 21 of 2010 about the supervision of Employment; 6. The decision of the President of the Republic of Indonesia Number 84/P in 2009; Decide: Define: REGULATION Of The MINISTER Of MANPOWER And TRANSMIGRATION Of The SELF PROTECTIVE TOOL. Article 1 In this ministerial regulation is: 1. Self Protective Tools further abbreviated APD is a tool that has the ability to protect someone who functions isolate the body part or all of the potential dangers in the workplace. 2. Workers/workers are any persons who work with pay or remuneration in other forms. 3. the entrepreneur is: a. a person, Association, individual or legal entity who runs a company belongs to its own; b. the individual person, Association, or legal entities that are stand alone run the company instead of its own; c. the person an individual, Association, or legal entities residing in Indonesia represents the companies referred to in letter a and letter b are domiciled outside the territory of Indonesia. 4. the Executive Board is the one who has the task of leading direct something work or any portion thereof in its own right. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 330 3 5. The workplace is any room or closed or open field, fixed or mobile, where work or labor that often enter the workforce for the purposes of a business and where there is a source or sources of danger, including all of the room, the field, the page and its surroundings that is part of or associated with the workplace. 6. A supervisory Employee Employment Employment Supervisor hereinafter referred is a civil servant who was appointed and assigned Functional Supervisors in the Office of Employment in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. 7. Safety and health Expert work is berkeahlian special technical personnel from outside the Ministry of manpower and transmigration which is appointed by the Minister. Article 2 (1) compulsory Employers provide APD for workers/labourers at work. (2) PERSONAL PROTECTION as referred to in subsection (1) must comply with the National standard of Indonesia (SNI) or standard. (3) PERSONAL PROTECTION as referred to in subsection (1) is required is given by employers free of charge. Article 3 (1) of the PERSONAL as stipulated in article 2 include: a. protective head; b. protective eye and face; c. ear protectors; d. respiratory protectors and their equipment; e. protective hands; and/or f. protective feet. (2) in addition to the APD as referred to in paragraph (1), including APD: a. protective clothing; b. protective tools falling of individuals; and/or c. buoy. (3) the types and functions of APD as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) are listed in the annex to this regulation of the Minister. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 330 4 Article 4 (1) mandatory APD are used in the workplace in which: a. are manufactured, tested, used or used machine tools, aircraft, tools, equipment or hazardous installations that can cause accidents, fire or explosion; b. are manufactured, processed, used, used, traded, transported or stored materials or goods that can explode, flammable, corrosive, toxic, cause infection, high-temperature or low-temperature; c. carried out the construction, repair, maintenance, cleaning or dismantling the House, building or other buildings including building water channels or tunnels underground and so on or where do the preparatory work; d. do farms, plantations, the opening of forests, forest work, processing of timber or other forest products, livestock, fisheries and health field; e. conducted of mining and processing effort rocks, gas, oil, geothermal, or other minerals, good on the surface, in the Earth or in the bottom waters; f. do haulage, animal or human, whether in the Mainland, through the tunnel, at the water surface, in the water or in the air; g. done unloading merchandise charges on vessels, boats, wharves, docks, stations, airports and warehouses; h. performed dives, taking objects and other work in the water; i. do the work at a height above the surface of the land or waters; j. the work done under the pressure of the air or the high or low temperature; k. do the job containing the dangers buried in the ground, the fall of pelantingan, hit by falling or of objects, mired, drifting or a; b. do the work in confined spaces tanks, wells or holes; m. There is spread or temperature, moisture, dust, dirt, fire, smoke, gas, wind gusts, weather, rays or radiation, sound or vibration; www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 330 5 n. carried out disposal or destruction of garbage or waste; o. done for transmission, broadcasting or reception of radio telecommunications, radar, television, or telephone; q. do education, coaching, experiment, investigation or research using technical; q. the resurrected, transformed, collected, stored, distributed or transmitted electricity, gas, oil or water; and r. organized leisure wear of equipment, installation of electrical or mechanical. (2) Supervisory officials of the Employment or Work safety and Health Experts may require the use of the APD at work other than as referred to in paragraph (1). Article 5 Employers or Administrators obliged to announce in writing and putting up signs about the use of the PERSONAL liability in the workplace. Article 6 (1) of the workers/labourers and others who entered the workplace mandatory wear or use PERSONAL PROTECTION in accordance with the potential dangers and risks. (2) the worker/labour reserves the right to demur to do the job when the APD provided did not meet the terms and conditions. Article 7 (1) Employers or Administrators obliged to carry out the management of the PERSONAL at work. (2) the management of APD as referred to in paragraph (1), include: a. the identification of the needs and requirements of the PERSONAL; b. election of the APD to suit the type of danger and comfort needs/workers/labourers; c. training; d. the use, care, and storage; e. management of disposal or destruction; f. coaching; g. inspection; and h. evaluation and reporting. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 330 6 article 8 (1) of the PERSONAL is broken, cracked or not function properly must be discarded and/or destroyed. (2) PERSONAL PROTECTION are depleted of life/expiration and contains harmful substances, should be destroyed in accordance with prevailing regulations-invitation. (3) destruction of APD containing hazardous materials must be equipped with the news of the destruction event. Article 9 Entrepreneurs or sysops who do not meet the conditions referred to in article 2, article 4 and article 5 may be subjected to appropriate sanctions Act No. 1 1970. Article 10 Supervision towards conformity with these Regulations the Minister is made by Employment Watchdogs. Article 11 this Ministerial Regulation comes into force on the date specified. So everyone knows, this Ministerial Regulation enacted by placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia. Established in Jakarta on July 6, 2010 the MINISTER of MANPOWER and TRANSMIGRATION MUHAIMIN ISKANDAR, INDONESIA Enacted in Jakarta on July 6, 2010 MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS Republic of INDONESIA, PATRIALIS AKBAR www.djpp.depkumham.go.id


2010, no. 330 7 ATTACHMENTS to REGULATION of the MINISTER of MANPOWER and TRANSMIGRATION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER PER. 08/DOWNLOAD/VII/2010 ABOUT SELF PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS and TOOLS of the TYPE of SELF PROTECTOR 1. Head protector tool 1.1 Function protective Tool head is a protective tool serves to protect the head from the collision, terantuk, fall or hit sharp objects or hard objects that float or glide in the air, exposed by the radiation of heat, flame, sparks, chemicals remains miniscule (micro-organisms) and extreme temperatures. 1.2 Type of the type of Protector head consists of a safety helmet (safety helmet), a hat or head covering, the covering or the safety of hair, and others. 2. protective eye and face Tool 2.1 functions of the tool face and eye protection is protective tools serves to protect the eyes and face from exposure to harmful chemicals, exposure to the particles that float in the air and in a body of water, a splash of small objects, heat, or steam heat, radiation of electromagnetic waves that mengion or not mengion, the glow, the clash or blow hard objects or sharp objects. 2.2 Type of the type of eye protection and face consists of safety glasses (spectacles), goggles, face shield (face shield), a diving mask, safety glasses and face shield in Unity (full face mask). www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 330 8 3. Ear protectors tools 3.1 Function the ear protectors Tools is a tool that serves to protect the protective tools hearing against noise or pressure. 3.2 Type of the type of ear protector consists of a stopper of ears (ear plugs) and cover the ear (ear muff). 4. respiratory protective equipment together with the Tool 4.1 function of the respiratory protective equipment together with the Tool is a protective tool serves to protect respiratory organs by way of channeling the air clean and healthy and/or filter impurities chemicals, micro-organisms, particles of dust, mist (aerosol), steam, gas, smoke/fume, and so on. 4.2 types of types of respiratory protective equipment and tool consists of a mask, respirator, katrit, kanister, Re-breather, Airline respirator Air Supply Continues, the Machine = Air Hose Respirator Mask, tank and regulator scuba (self-contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus/SCUBA), self-contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA), and emergency breathing apparatus. 5. protective hand Tools 5.1 Protective functions of the hands (gloves) is a protective tool serves to protect hands and fingers from exposure to fire, heat, cold temperatures, electromagnetic radiation, radiation mengion, electricity, chemicals, collision, punch and scratched, infected with pathogenic substances, (viruses, bacteria) and remains miniscule. 5.2 types of types of hand protector consists of a glove made of metal, leather, cloth, canvas, fabric or cloth berpelapis, rubber gloves, and chemical resistant. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 330 9 6. Tool gaiters 6.1 Function the protective distance Tool serves to protect the legs from underneath or collide with heavy objects, impaled sharps, exposed to hot or cold liquids, steam heat, exposed to extreme temperatures, exposed to dangerous chemicals and remains miniscule, slip. 6.2 types of types of Protective safety footwear be feet at work melting, metal casting, industry, construction of buildings, work that is potentially a hazard of explosion, electrical hazards, a wet or slippery, chemicals and remains miniscule, and/or the dangers of animals and others. 7. Function 7.1 protective clothing protective clothing serves to protect the body part or all of the body section of the dangers of hot or cold temperature extremes, exposure to fire and hot objects, splashes of chemicals, liquids and metal heat, steam heat, clash (impact) with machinery, equipment and materials, scratched, radiation, animals, micro-organisms are pathogens of humans, animals, plants and the environment such as viruses, bacteria and fungi. 7.2 types of types of protective clothing consists of a vest (Vests), aprons (Apron/Coveralls), Jacket, and protective clothing that covers part or all of the body section. 8. individual protective Instruments fell 8.1. The function of protective Tools fall individual function limiting motion of the worker so as not to get into a place that has the potential to fall or keeping workers is at the desired working position in a State leaning or hanging down and limiting worker fell so it doesn't hit the ground floor. 8.2 type of individual types of protective tools fall consists of seat belts body www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 330 10 (harness), carabiners, rope connection (lanyard), seat belts (safety rope), a device clamp the rope (rope clamp), lowering (decender), retaining tool fall move (mobile fall arrester), and others. 9. the Buoy 9.1. The function of the Float function protects users working on the water or on the surface of the water to avoid drowning and or set up keterapungan (buoyancy) users in order to be in a position to sink (negative buoyant) or float (neutral buoyant) in the water. 9.2. Types of buoy Type consists of a safety jacket (life jacket), a safety vest (life vest), keterapungan regulator vest (Bouyancy Control Device). MINISTER of MANPOWER and TRANSMIGRATION MUHAIMIN ISKANDAR, INDONESIA www.djpp.depkumham.go.id