Labour Protection Requirements In Contact With Chemical Substances In The Workplace

Original Language Title: Darba aizsardzības prasības saskarē ar ķīmiskajām vielām darba vietās

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No 325 Riga, May 15, 2007 (pr. No 29 29) labour protection requirements in contact with chemical substances in the workplace Issued under the employment protection act, article 11, paragraph 25, and chemicals and chemical products, in accordance with article 16 of the law i. General questions 1. labour protection requirements for workers in contact with chemicals (including chemical products) work in places where risks arising or likely to arise from the working environment or work processes associated with chemical exposure as well as special restrictions and bans on some dangerous chemicals or chemical products. 2. the rules apply to workplaces where workers are or may be exposed to the chemicals and chemical products: 2.1 in accordance with the chemicals and chemical products are the statutory classification of dangerous chemicals or dangerous chemical products;
2.2. located in the working environment or is used at work and their physical, chemical and toxicological properties, endanger the safety or health of the worker;
2.3. who is the occupational exposure limit values must be specified (AER)-the chemical and chemical product concentration in the air, the work environment throughout the employee's life do not cause disease and disorders that are detectable with modern investigative techniques if the chemicals and chemical products to the employed not more than eight hours of work per day or a maximum of 40 hours per week (1, 2);
2.4. establish biological exposure indicators (BER)-employed body admitted the chemicals and their metabolites concentration and chemical-induced biological effect indicators employed in the biological environment, defined by the healthy workers exposed to chemicals and chemical products exposure occupational exposure limit values (OELS) level (annex 3). 3. chemicals occupational exposure limit values (OELS) shall be determined taking into account the physico-chemical properties of the substance, the toxicity of epidemiological studies do not, infection diseases and process conditions, as well as assessing data on chemicals with a similar structure. Occupational chemical exposure limit values (OELS) used in the work environment for evaluating the chemical risk (the concentration of the chemical work environment in the air compared with the occupational exposure limit values (OELS)). 4. Occupational exposure limit values (OELS) is defined as the arithmetic mean value of the eight-hour work day (mean concentration of Exchange) or as a value for a short period (up to 15 min., fibrogēn substances – up to 30 min). Occupational exposure limit values (OELS) measured at a temperature of 20 ° c and 101.3 kPa pressure expressed in milligrams per cubic meter (mg/m3), but the concentration of gases and vapours can be expressed also from temperature and pressure independent units of measure-ppm (ml/m3), which is the volume of a million. 5. The Ministry of welfare, in cooperation with the relevant technical standards Committee recommends limited liability company "Latvian standards" in connection with these terms, reliance and designing standard applicable list. 6. Limited liability company "Latvian standards" submit for publication in the newspaper "journal" to "national list of the standards that apply in these regulations set requirements (applicable standards). 7. compliance with these provisions is liable to the employer. 8. Compliance with these rules is controlled by the State Labour Inspectorate and other bodies according to the chemicals and chemical products, it competence in the law. II. Risk identification and assessment 9. Chemicals and chemical products in the assessment of risks to the employer under the company's internal monitoring of the working environment and working environment risk assessment procedures involving agents and employees. 10. the determination of the concentration of chemicals in the air in the work environment the employer by the provisions referred to in point 8 of the request of the control authorities in the measurements involved in the laboratory, which is accredited by the national agency "Latvian National Accreditation Bureau" to the standard LVS EN ISO/IEC 17025:2005 "of testing and calibration laboratories-umbrella term compe General requirements" and for which the economic Ministry has published a notice in the newspaper "journal". 11. the employer shall determine the place of work and work processes, with chemicals and chemical products creates or may create a risk to the safety and health of employees, and assess the risk, taking into account: 11.1. chemicals and chemical products in the safety data sheet information received from a supplier or importer;
11.2. employment in the health testing results;
11.3. the preventive measures to be carried out or the results and forecasts;
11.4. other information about the chemicals and the hazards of chemical products;
11.5. chemical occupational exposure limit values (OELS) air in the working environment;
11.6. the chemical and chemical products, biological exposure indicators (BER);
7.3. specific working conditions and processes in the work place and the room (including near places of work), as well as the working environment of the existing chemical substances and hazardous properties of chemical products which arise or increase the risk to the health and safety of employees in the appropriate working conditions and emergency situations;
11.8. occupational exposure to chemical substances in the work environment of the concentration in the air, defined as eight hours or temporary occupational exposure concentration (one or both of these values), as well as the type of exposure and duration;
7.4. the chemicals and chemical products;
11.10. the potential crash risks associated with chemicals and chemical products and their physical-chemical properties: If a company is off. binding regulations for industrial accident risk assessment and risk reduction measures, then, using the procedure defined there, also take account of the requirements of this regulation;
11.10.2. If a company is not bound by the laws on industrial accident risk assessment and risk reduction measures, disaster risk reduction measures is determined by these rules;
11.11. other risk assessment (e.g. new chemical substances risk assessment or emergency risk assessment) results. 12. the Risk shall be assessed on a regular basis, once a year, as well as in cases where: 12.1. significant change in the work environment (for example, product composition, mineral or change of raw materials);
12.2. the introduction of new activities or transformed in the manufacturing process (for example, equipment, technological and control process);
12.3. the work environment inspection results indicate possible chemical exposure risks to workers, the measurements that exceeded the chemical occupational exposure limit values (OELS) or found in the process, equipment or techniques failures;
12.4. the emergency situation that caused or contributed to the accident, fire, explosion or dangerous chemicals or hazardous chemical products;
12.5. in case the approved acute arodsaindēšan or chemical risk factor-induced occupational disease;
12.6. received new information on the chemicals or chemical product safety for health of employees, information about the possibility of fire or explosion, as well as hazardous chemicals or hazardous chemical product spills. 13.12 of these rules in the cases referred to in paragraph prior to the assignment employee, the employer shall assess the risks of change and take the necessary preventive measures. 14. evaluate the risks, even if you perform maintenance and other actions that endanger the health and safety of employees and the workers likely to be exposed to the rule referred to in paragraph 2, the chemicals and chemical products. 15. The employer shall ensure that the work environment in the air regularly determine the concentration of chemical substances and compared to occupational exposure limit values (OELS) and under the economic and technical feasibility of occupational exposure measures the actual value. Exposure to the chemical substances in the air of the working environment and the employer assessed according to these rules the methodology laid down in annex 4. 16. If the inhalation of chemicals and chemical products, the exposure assessment is in compliance with the applicable standards, it is considered that the requirements laid down in these provisions respired chemicals and chemical products exposure assessment work is respected.
17. the measurement of the concentration of the chemical is determined according to the recurrence of chemical exposure index, obtained by dividing the concentration of the chemical (occupational exposure) of the working environment in the air with occupational exposure limit values (OELS): EI = C — — —, which AER EI-chemical exposure index; C-chemical concentrations (occupational exposure concentration) of the working environment in the air.

18. If, in determining the concentration of a chemical in one working day or during a production, chemical exposure index is greater than 1 (EI > 1), exposure of the working environment in air is greater than occupational exposure limit values (OELS). This creates a risk to the safety and health of the worker and the employer should immediately take steps for prevention. 19. If, in determining the concentration of a chemical in one working day or during a production, chemical exposure index is equal to or less than 0.1 (EI ≤ 0,1), chemical exposure in the work environment in the air is equal to 1/10 part of the occupational exposure limit values (OELS) or lower. If it can be shown that these conditions work environment characterized by long-term, periodic measurements may be omitted. 20. the next periodic time intervals for measurement is determined according to the results obtained in previous measurements. The maximum time interval to the next: the periodic measurements is 20.1.64 weeks, if previous measurements EI ≤ 0.25 (occupational exposure concentration is less than 1/4 part of the occupational exposure limit values (OELS));
20.2.32 weeks if previous measurements EI ≤ 0.5 0.25 < (trade expor concentration of zīcij is between 1/4 and half occupational exposure limit values (OELS));
20.3.16 weeks if previous measurements EI ≤ 0.5 < 1 (trade expor concentration zīcij range between half occupational exposure limit values (OELS) to occupational exposure limits (OELS)). 21. The measurements shall be carried out during the work process (typical working conditions). A change in working conditions or potential risks and increase the concentration of chemicals carried out additional measurements. 22. If the work environment in the air quick exposure to chemical substances control alarm shall be provided in the report on occupational exposure limits (OELS).
23. where workers are exposed to more than one chemicals or chemical product (simultaneously or gradually), the risk shall be assessed in the light of all the work used in the chemicals and chemical products and total exposure of between and its impact on the safety and health of workers: 23.1. If the work environment in the air at the same time is more dangerous chemicals with the opposite (antagonisk) the effects of occupational exposure limit values (OELS) remain the same as the If each substance would act individually; 23.2. If the work environment in the air at the same time is more dangerous chemicals with a similar action, (synergic) total exposure to these substances effect is calculated using the following formula:, where C1; C2; CN-concentrations in the air of the working environment (mg/m ³); AER1; AER2; AERn-substances occupational exposure limit values (mg/m ³). Exposure concentrations of substances in relation to the AER (exposure index of EI) summing up must not exceed 1. If the fraction is 1, it corresponds to the total exposure limits.

24. the employer shall document the results of risk assessment, including the results of the measurements required for the risk assessment and the measures taken in the chemicals and chemical products for the elimination or reduction of risks. This documentation is kept for not less than two years. 25. the employer allows employees, their agents and representatives of employees to become familiar with risk assessment and measurement of results, as well as chemicals and chemical products, the effects on the safety and health of employees. 26. The employer shall ensure that the results of the risk assessment, including the results of measurements available to the doctor or authority responsible for workers ' health care. 27. the employer shall ensure that the list drawn up employees whose work involves chemicals and chemical products, specifying information about the type of work, chemicals and chemical products, its concentration in the air of the working environment, the nature and the duration of exposure. 28. This provision of the list referred to in paragraph 27 and referred to in Chapter VII health inspection data, the employer shall keep, 40 years after the last known through contact with chemicals and chemical products, then passes the archive. 29. If a company is wound up, the rules of the list referred to in paragraph 27 and referred to in Chapter VII health checks, data is stored in accordance with the requirements laid down in the laws and regulations of the archival document storage. III. Prevention and reduction of 30. If the type of work and technical capabilities, allows employers to replace dangerous chemicals and hazardous chemical products in chemicals and chemical products, in particular working conditions, is not dangerous or is less dangerous to workers ' safety and health. 31. If it is found the risk to the safety and health of employees, the employer eliminates this risk or, if, taking into account the specific nature of the work, it is not possible, reduce risks by the following measures: 31.1. supply of jobs with the appropriate equipment, as well as provide the labour organisation, techniques and technological processes, which do not pose a risk to the safety and health of employees;
31.2. ensure technological equipment and regular maintenance of the equipment;
31.3. assigning employees working with chemicals and chemical products, take into consideration the worker's vocational education, experience, training and fitness level for protection;
19.5. limiting the number of employees who work with chemicals and chemical products;
31.5. prevent employees in contact with the chemicals and chemical products or minimize the duration and intensity of exposure;
19.6. ensure that only specific spaces for the required chemicals and chemical products;
19.7. the planning and organising work processes: 31.7.1. provide the chemicals and chemical products, proper storage, taking into account their compatibility, explosion and fire;
31.7.2. separate chemical and chemical product warehouse of working premises and equipped it with ventilation of the suction;
31.7.3. eliminates the chemical leak, but if it happened, provides immediate measures the leakage to relief;
31.7.4. classified and labelled chemicals and chemical products, as well as waste containing these substances or products, ensure safe and quick Assembly according to the legislation on chemicals and chemical products, as well as hazardous waste classification, labelling, packaging, storage, transport and disposal;
31.7.5. delimit the jobs and apply legislation on labour protection requirements for safety signs, safety in the use of the marks and inscriptions;
31.7.6. develop actions for possible emergency situations;
31.7.7. employment in the Leisure and household equipment needs the appropriate spaces which avoid chemicals and the risk of chemical products. 32. Risk Prevention and reduction measures are to be taken in the following order: 32.1. chemicals and chemical products, the prevention of risks or the maximum reduction in the work place, creating a proper working procedures and the technical monitoring system;
32.2. suitable work equipment, technology and materials and environmental controls of hazardous chemicals for the elimination or reduction of prevalence;
32.3. the collective choice of measures and the introduction of directly at the source of the risk (for example, in accordance with the project and the calculation of General works and, if necessary, a local of ventilation leakage);
32.4. individual labour protection measures, including the use of personal protective equipment, if the chemicals and chemical products make Beebe persists with the measures referred to in this paragraph. 33. Where it is established that chemicals exceeded the exposure limit values for occupational (AER), the employer shall immediately take the appropriate measures for the protection of the work. 34. the employer, storing, moving, and removing incompatible chemicals and chemical products, take into account the particular chemicals and chemical products, physical, chemical and toxicological properties of risks and take such technical and organisational measures employed to protect the safety and health: 34.1. preventing the accumulation of flammable substances or chemically unstable substances (substances of different external factors affecting its properties do not maintain long lasting) dangerous concentrations in the work place and the work environment in the air;
21.3. provide fire and explosion safety rules and preventing ignition sources being in work, which is carried out with explosive chemicals, chemical products and flammable and chemically unstable substances or mixtures thereof;
21.3. provide first aid and other measures to reduce the harmful factors on workers ' health and safety if a fire or explosion occurred in the inflammable substances, or other consequences caused by chemically unstable substances or mixtures thereof;

21.4. ensure compliance with the laws relating to the use of equipment in potentially explosive atmospheres and protection system security. 35. The employer shall ensure chemical packaging, containers and the labelling of pipelines and security marks and labelling, workplace compliance with the packaging, the container or the contents of the pipeline, according to the legislation on chemical substances and chemical product classification, labelling and packaging procedures and labour protection requirements for safety in the use of the marks. IV. Measures for emergency situations 36. If the company is bound by the laws on industrial accident risk assessment and risk reduction measures, the employer shall provide prior notification according to these rules. 37. If a company is not bound by the laws on industrial accidents prevention and risk reduction measures, but doing a risk assessment, it is established that there are hazardous chemicals or chemical products, the risk of accidents, and predicted that the emergency consequences also affect areas outside the company, the employer shall provide written information to the relevant national fire and rescue service's territorial Department, indicating the chemical or chemical product name the hazard class, as well as appropriate risk and safety phrases. 38. the employer in accordance with the risk assessment in the development of measures that workers made possible accident or crash sites that work with chemicals and chemical products and which are subject to the risk of accidents, determining the responsible employees and specifying the arrangements with these employees to communicate in emergencies, including the responsible employees and State fire and rescue service telephone numbers, as well as determining the information to be notified in case of emergency. 39. Employed theoretical and practical training on first aid and action in emergency situations (e.g. fire, chemical substances) organise not less frequently than once a year, taking into account the specificities of the place of work and at work to use the chemicals and chemical products. 40. where an emergency situation, the employer shall immediately inform the employees and take measures for chemicals and chemical products exposure for the elimination or reduction of the normalisation of the situation and (for example, disconnecting the machine, workers ' evacuation, fire, leakage control, localization, danger zone and abstraction). 41. emergency situations hazardous zone may only compare the occupations involved in DIY or carrying out certain measures to prevent accidents and are specially trained to take such action. Emergency situations hazardous zone may take only the repairs or other work necessary for the emergency and the threat posed for the elimination or reduction of the consequences. 42. Employees who work in dangerous zone, the employer provided with personal protective equipment, specialised safety products and equipment to the appropriate working conditions. Personal protective equipment, special safety features and equipment used to dangerous factors for the integration to prevent the Castle according to the risk assessment of these factors and the manufacturer's instructions. Emergency situations dangerous zone banned to stay for persons without suitable personal protective equipment. 43. The employer shall ensure alarm and emergency communication, so that each employee is informed immediately about the threats to his safety and health. 44. the employer on a regular basis, but not less frequently than once a year according to the risk assessment review and update the measures to be taken in emergency situations, as well as emergency situations. V. consultation, information and training 45. the employer shall provide the workers and persons of trust that they work for adequate training and the necessary information on the relevant measures for the protection of the work, to each employee in the workplace the skills to protect themselves and other employees. The employer provides written information: 45.1. on risk assessment carried out in accordance with the provisions of chapter II, subject to any changes in the workplace that can change the risk assessment data;
45.2. the measures for the prevention and reduction of risk and risk assessment on changes to the data.
45.3. the chemicals and chemical products in the workplace, their concentration in the air of the working environment, the risks to the safety and health of employees, as well as chemicals and chemical products, occupational exposure (AER);
28.2. the safety data sheet supplied by the chemicals and chemical products, in accordance with the characteristics of chemicals and chemical products act;
28.3. for action and measures in emergency situations. 46. the employer shall ensure the training of employees who have or are likely to come into contact with chemicals or chemical products: 46.1. prior to the commencement of work;
46.2. regularly, at least once a year;
46.3. unless a change has occurred in the work environment which may affect the safety and health of employees, receive new information on chemical substances and chemical characteristics of the products or found that employee the level of knowledge is insufficient. 47. Workers, employed agents and their representatives consulted and participate in these issues provided for under the Labour Protection Act. Vi. Special restrictions and prohibitions in the chemicals and chemical products, manufacture and use of working places, as well as performing other actions with those 48. special restrictions and prohibitions relating to the activities of certain dangerous chemicals shall be governed by the laws on hazardous chemicals and the use of dangerous chemical products and trade restrictions and bans, except in the following cases: 29.9. scientific research, test and analyses;
48.2. chemical and chemical product-by-product or waste of production-processing or destruction;
48.3. the chemicals and chemical products as the production and use of intermediate products in a single, continuous process. 49. in paragraph 48 of these rules in exceptional cases actions of certain dangerous chemical substances are allowed, subject to compliance with the provisions of paragraph 50 and the employer before the work is prepared and submitted by the control bodies: 49.1. the grounds for the derogation;
30.6. the calculation of the use of chemicals and chemical products per year;
30.6. the action (reaction) descriptions that use the chemical or chemical product;
49. the estimated number of employees;
30.8. technical and other measures to prevent or reduce the risk to workers ' safety and health. 50. This rule 48 referred to the chemicals and chemical products may be produced and used only when production and use occurs in a closed system (a system that does not allow employed in direct contact with the chemical or chemicals), from which the chemicals output only if it is necessary to control the process or service the system. VII. health surveillance of employees 51. Employees who work in contact with chemicals or chemical products, the mandatory health checks carried out in accordance with the laws and regulations on compulsory health checks. 52. If the employee is at work or have contact with chemicals or chemical products, his health results (relevant document copies), if required, must be available to the competent specialist or the competent institution and the State Labour Inspectorate under the Labour Protection Act. 53. The employee that the work place is or is likely to come into contact with chemicals or chemical products, have the right to be acquainted with the results of the health surveillance which concern them. 54. If the employees place of work is or is likely to come into contact with chemicals or chemical products, developing job protection measures in a given workplace, take into account their health testing results. 55. If a health inspection found that a disease or disorder employed from contact with chemical substances or chemicals in the workplace, or have exceeded the biological exposure indicators (BER): 55.1. occupational physician informs employees about mandatory health tests and provides information and advice on health care even after the termination of the impact of chemicals, as well as according to the law on compulsory health checks in order to inform the employer of inappropriate environmental conditions of work that may adversely affect other employees in similar circumstances, stating that they should also preferably be compulsory health checks;
55.2. the employer repeatedly assessed the results of the risk assessments and protection measures which prevent or reduce the risk, according to chapter III of these rules;

55.3. the employer shall take into account occupational illnesses or occupational health doctor, labour protection specialist, competent specialist or guidance, the competent institution shall take measures for the protection of the chemicals and chemical products for the elimination or reduction of risk, the possibility of assigning employees alternative work where there is no chemicals and chemical products exposure;
55.4. the employer provides systematic health surveillance and provide for repeated health examination for any worker who has been exposed to similar chemicals and chemical products. VIII. Closing question 56. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of 3 September 2002 rules no 399 "labour protection requirements, contact with chemical substances in the workplace" (Latvian journal, 2002, 127 no; 2005, 72 no). Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) Commission on 29 May 1991 Directive 91/322/EEC relating to the fixing of the limit values recommended within the framework of Council Directive 80/1107/EEC on the protection of workers from the risks related to exposure to chemical, physical and biological agents at work;
2) the European Council of 7 April 1998 Directive 98/24/EC on employee health and safety protection against the risks related to chemical agents at work (fourteenth individual Directive within the meaning of article 16(1) of Directive 89/391/EEC);
3) Commission 8 June 2000 Directive 2000/39/EC establishing indicative occupational employment threshold the first list for the implementation of Council Directive 98/24/EC on employee health and safety protection against the risks related to chemical agents at work;
4) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004, Directive 2004/37/EC on the protection of workers from the risks related to exposure to carcinogens or mutagens substances at work (Sixth individual Directive within the meaning of article 16(1) of Directive 89/391/EEC);
5) Commission of 7 February 2006, Directive 2006/15/EC on the implementation of Council Directive 98/24/EC establishing a second list of indicative occupational exposure limit values and amending directives 91/322/EEC and 2000/39/EC. Prime Minister a. Halloween Welfare Minister-Minister for the environment r. vējonis Welfare Ministry submitted version of annex 1 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 15 May 2007, regulations no 325 chemical occupational exposure limit values (OELS) work environment the air annex 1: Word format in place of the Minister of Welfare-Minister for the environment r. vējonis Welfare Ministry submitted to the annex 2 Cabinet 15 May 2007 regulations no 325 chemical synonyms and the corresponding number of substances substances synonym no p.k. chemical name synonyms of no Substance in annex 1 BC.

abrasive dust of 443 3 543 2.3-acetilanizol 3-acetilmetoksibenzol of 443 4.. 2-3 5-3-acetoksibenzoskāb (α-acetonilbenzil)-4-hidroksikumarīn in 651 6.

adipīnskāb dibutilester of the 165 7.

adobacilīn in 69 8.

agrimicīn of 555 9.

akrilaldehīd in 17 10.

akriloilhlorīd of 16 11.

acrylic acid, 1 h-1 h of the tridekafluorheptilester 602 12.

acrylic acid 2-etoksietilester by 248 13.

acrylic acid ethyl ester of 233 14.

heptilester of acrylic acid by 305 15.

acrylic acid methyl ester of 419 16.

akrofol 459 17 in.

alkanes 495 18.

alkylamine, 31 19.

Alumina with silica: 369 20.

amidopirīn is 252 21.1-amino-1.3-propāndikarbonskāb-47 22.4-amino-1-metoksibenzol of 73 23.2-amino-3-(4-imidazolil) propānskāb-48 24.2-amino-3-(2-amino-2-karboksietildisulfēnil) propānskāb-44 25.2-amino-3-(3-indolil)-propānskāb 58 26.2-amino-3-(4-hydroxyphenyl)-propānskāb-56 27.4-amino-3, 5, 6-trihlorpiridīn-2-acid 32 28.2-amino-3-fenilpropānskāb-45 29.2-amino-3-guanidīnopentānskāb-41 30.2-amino-3-hidroksibutānskāb-57 31.2-amino-3-hidroksipropānskāb-55 32.2-amino-3-merkaptopropānskāb-43 33.2-amino-3-metilbutānskāb-59 34.2-amino-3-metilpentānskāb-49 35.2-amino-4-metilmerkap-tobutānskāb-52 36.
2-amino-4-metilpentānskāb» 50 37.

aminobenzilpenicilīn in 69 38.

aminobenzene is 72 39.4-aminobenzolsulfon-amide 564 40. α-amino-β-fenilpropionskāb-α-amino-45 41. β-merkaptopropionskāb α-43 42.-amino-β-metilbaldriānskāb-aminodzintarskāb-42 44 49 43 2-2-aminoetilbenzoāt of 108 45.

aminoetiķskāb-46 46.

aminofenilmetil-penicillin 69 47. α-amino-γ-α-metiltiosviestskāb-aminoizokapronskāb-50 49 52 48. ε-lactam is of aminokapronskāb. 366 50.4-amino-N-(3-metoksipirazīn-2-yl)-4-benzolsulfonamīd of 565 51 amino-N-(4-dimetilpirimidīn-2-yl)-4-benzolsulfonamīd for 558 52 amino-N-(5-metoksipirimidīn-2-yl)-4-benzolsulfonamīd of 562 53. amino-N-(5-ethyl-[1, 3, 4] tiadiazol-2-yl) benzolsulfonamīd of 229 54.4-amino-N-(6-metoksipiridazīn-3-YL)-4-benzolsulfonamīd of 563 55 amino-N-(aminoiminometil)-benzolsulfonamīd is 559 56.4-amino-N-(thiazole-2-yl)-2-benzolsulfonamīd of aminopropānskāb of 565 57.40 58.3-aminopropānskāb α-aminopropionskāb of the 18 59.40 60.

ammonium hydrofluoride 270 61.

ammonium dihydrogen phosphate and phosphate mix 60 62.

ammonium thiocyanate is 64 63.

antihelmicīn in 310 64.

apatīt in 543 65.

of the 241 66 aziridīn.

barium hydrogen phosphate 86 67.

barite in 89 68.

benzālhlorīd in 98 69.

benzyl cyanide 253 70.

benzo [def] krizēn in benzohinon in the 94 71. p-1.3-benzoldikarbonskāb-337 73 102 72.. 1.2-benzoldikarbonskāb anhydride 1.2-benzoldikarbonskāb-281 74. di-2-propēnilester 1.2-benzoldikarbonskāb of the 161 75. dialkilēster in-benzoldikarbonskāb dibutilester of 162 76.1.2 a 1.2-benzoldikarbonskāb dietilester of 167 77.173 78-benzoldikarbonskāb of the dimetilester a 1.2.202 79 1.4-dimetilester of the benzoldikarbonskāb. 206 80. benzoldikarbonskāb a dinonilester of 1.2-1.2-benzoldikarbonskāb-dizobutilester 215 81.191 82 1.3-benzoldiol is a. 525 83.

benzoic acid hloranhidrīd of 103 84.2, 2 '-bipiridīn and 4, 4 '-bipiridīn of 113 85.

bis (2-ethylhexyl) sebacināt in 217 86.

bis-azepān-1-ilmetanon of 221 87.

Bisphenol A 341 88.

N, N '-bis-heksametilēnurīnviel-221 89.

bauxite agglomerate 543 90.

boron trifluoride 117 91. DL-bornan-2-on-1 in 365 92. bromus-3-nitrobenzene 486 93.1-brombutān in 131 94.

brometān of 236 95.

bromomethane 420 96.

butānaldehīd in the 577 97.

butanāl in the butāndikarbonskāb 7 99 577 98.1.4-butāndikarbonskāb-1.4-dibutilester. a monoetilester of 1.4-butāndikarbonskāb 165 100. the 8 101.1-butanol 2-butanol 137 102 137 103.137 104 n-butanol.

3-butēn butānskāb-567 105.-2-one 1-butēn-3 438 106-INE 642 107.

of the 139 108 butilcelosolv.

butilglikolacetāt of 140 109.

butildiglikol in 141 110.

cephalosporin N 142 111.

cefolosporīn P 142 112.

cement 543 113.

cianobenzol-cianoetanol is a 106 114 2 309 115.

by ciānoetilēn 11 116.

cianometān to 1 117.

hardwood in 154 119 523 118. p-cimol.

Zineb 155 120.

CIS-3-hlorakrilskāb sodium salt of 459 121.

CIS-3-hlorpropēnskāb sodium salt of 459 122.

DBP 167 123. p, p '-DDT (4, 4 '-DDT) 370 124.

dekāndiskāb dibutilester of the 169 125.

dekāndiskāb dimetilester of his 203 126.1-decanol in 160 127.

demeton is 407 128.

of the 71 129 desflurān.

dialkiloksalāt 1.2-diaminoetān in the 547 130.238 131.1.6-2.6-diaminoheksānskāb diaminoheksān of the 298 132.51 133. α, ε-diaminokapronskāb-51 134.

diammonium hydrogenorthophosphate 60 135.

the tricink of the heksaoksīd of the dibor 157 136.

dibrommetān of 428 137.

diethyl-1.4-dihydro-2.6-dimetilpiridīn-3.5-dikarboksilāt in 193 138.

dietilēndiamīn of 504 139.

dietilfeniltiometilfosfonāt of 307 140. O, o'-diethyl O-(2-etiltioetil) tiofosfāt and O, o'-diethyl-S-(2-etiltioetil) tiofosfāt mixture 407 141.

difacinon of 2-difenilacetil-1.3 174 142.-indandion of 174 143.

diphenyl 112 144.

of the 121 145 difluorhlorbrommetān.

difosforapentasulfīd in 276 146.

difosforpentaoksīd for 274 147.3.7-dihydro-1.3-dimethyl-1 h-purine-2.6-Dione 575 148.3.7-dihydro-3.7-dimethyl-1 h-purine-2.6-Dione, 1.3 is 525 150 576 149. dihidroksibenzol. ' dihidroksidietilēter the 171 151.2.2 m-dichlorobenzene o-dichlorobenzene 183 152.182 153. p-dichlorobenzene 184 154.

dihlordifeniltrihloretān (DDT) 1.2-dihlorfluoretān in 370 155.267 156.

dichloromethane 428 157.

dihlormetilbenzol of α, α-dihlortoluol 98 158.98 159 a.

dichromate in 334 160.

of the 193 161. diludīn N, N-dimethyl-2-hidroksietilamīn of 2.2-dimethyl-3 195 162.-(2-methyl-1-propēnil)-1-ciklopropān acid 2.6-dimethyl-3.5 382 163.-dietoksikarbonil-1.4-2.3-dihidropiridīn in dimetilakrilskāb-415 165 193 164.3.3-dimetilakrilskāb-ethyl ester. 416 166. α-dimetilbenzilhidroperoksīd α, 1.2-dimetilbenzol is a 251 167.386 168.1.3-1.4-dimetilbenzol of dimetilbenzol of 385 169.387 170.

of the 384 171. dimetilbenzol N, N-dimetiletanolamīn in 195 172. N, N-dimetilfenilamīn 1.3-dimetilksantīn in the 196 173.576 174.3.7-dimetilksantīn in 575 175. O, O-dimethyl-O "'-(2-etiltioetil) tiofosfāt and dimethyl-S-(2-etiltioetil) tiofosfāt mixture of 2.2-dimetilvinilkarbinol 414 177 407 176.2.4-dinitrohlorbenzol of 314 178.. 4.6-DINITRO-o-cresol 426 179.2, 2 '-dipiridil and 4, 4 '-dipiridil of 113 180.

dipropilēnglikol monomethyl ether 441 181.

disēr dichloride 532 182.

dinitrogen tetraoksīd in 549 183.3,3 '-diti-bis-2-aminopropānskāb-44 184. diti difosforskāb-1.2--Tetra-O-ethyl ester 566 185.

the pentaoksīd smoke divanādij 630 186.

divanādij trioxide dust 629 187.

DNOC 426 188.

dodekanol of 220 189.

Dolomite 543 190.

DPM 441 191.

Yellow asinssāl for 358 192.

Iron-agglomerate 223 193.

drinking soda 461 194.

elektrokorund in 22 195.

enflurān epoksipropān is a 1.2-71 196.218 197.2-eropēnskāb 2-etoksietilester of the 248 198.

excess of 2 199. N, N '-etāndiil-bis-ditiokarbamīnskāb Zinc salt of 1.2-ethanediol 155 200.239 201.

etāndiskāb-546 202.

ethanol 246 203.

acetic acid, 3-methyl-1-butyl ester 335 204.

acetic acid benzyl ester 96 205.

acetic acid methyl ester 418 206.

acetic acid propyl ester 513 207.

acetic acid by vinilester 641 208.

ethyl-[[3-[2-(diethylamino) ethyl]-4-methyl-2-oxo-2 h-1-benzpirān-7-YL] oxy] acetate hydrochloride 368 209.

ethyl-3-metilkrotonskāb-416 210.

ethyl acetate 232 211.

etilbutilketon of 1.2-etilēndikarbonskāb anhydride 304 212. to 400 213.

ethylene glycol dimethyl ether 207 214.

ethylene glycol monobutilēter acetate 140 215.

ethylene glycol monobutyl ether 139 216.

ethylene glycol monoethylether a 237 217.2-ethylhexylacrylate 14 218.

of the 423 219 etilizoamilketon.

etilmerkaptān in 228 220.

of the 126 221. etilmetilketon O-ethyl s-phenyl propiltiofosfāt '-S-307 222 of 2-Ethoxy-1-ethanol 237 223.

phenibut 33 224. [(2-phenyl-1.5-dimethyl-3-oxo-2.3-dihydro-1 h-pirazol-4-YL) methylamino]-methanesulfonic acid sodium salt 70 225.6-fenilacetamidopen-cilān-acid sodium salt 99 226.

72 227.2-phenylamine is 254 228. fenilazomalonnitril N, N '-(m-fenilēn) disukcinimīd-1.3 in 258 229.1,1 '-fenilēnb-1 h-pirol-2.5-Dione 258 230.1.2-Phenylenediamine 256 231.1.3-Phenylenediamine 255 232.1.4-Phenylenediamine 257 233.

of the 254 234 fenilhidrazonomalonnitril.

fenilkarbinol of 100 235.

fenilmetanol of 100 236.

fenilmetilketon 4 237 fenilpropēn is a 2-436 238.

phenmedipham 111 239.3-in 262 240 fenoksifenol.

ferrovanādij in 631 241.

fitomicīn of 555 242.

flagofīt in 543 243.

formaldehyde is 208 244.2-formilfurān dimetilacetāl for 288 245.

phosphorus pentachloride 273 246.

phosphorus pentoxide 274 247.

fosforiltrihlorīd in 275 248.

phosphoric acid has 166 249 dibutilfenilester.

the freon 11 268 250.

the freon 12 177 251.

freon 12 Br 121 252.

freon 13 B1 124 253.

Freon is 141 267 254.

Freon is 142 179 255.

Freon is 143 609 256.

Freon is 152 178 257.

freon-112 176 258.2-288 259 of furānkarbaldehīd.

Germanium (IV) oxide 292 260.

of the 293 261 germān.

glutamic acid 5-lactam in 53 262.

glutārskāb dialdehīd of the 294 263.

grain 523 264.

of the 71 265 halotān.

heksahlorpropanon-heksāndiamīn is a 295 266.1.6 1.6-heksāndiizocianāt in 299 268 298 267..

heksāndiskāb dibutilester of the 165 269.

heksānskāb-367 270.

heptanol 306 271.

herbān in 289 272.2-hydroxy-2-metilpropionitril of 5 273. (R)-4-hydroxy-3-(3-oxo-1-fenilbutil)-2-benzopyrone in 651 274. (S)-4-hydroxy-3-(3-oxo-1-fenilbutil)-2-benzopyrone in 651 275.7-[2-hydroxy-3-(N-(2-hydroxyethyl) N-methyl) amino] propilteofilīn of the nikotīnskāb salt of the 383 276.

hidroksibenzol of 264 277.2-hydroxybenzoic acid lead salt of 2-15 279 570 278. hidroksietilakrilāt. 3-(4-hydroxyphenyl) alanine-hidroksiizobutironitril of 5 281 56 280. α. 2-hydroxynaphthalene-1-hidroksimetilfurān of the 456 283 287 282.2-hydroxynaphthalene in 457 284.3-chloro-1.2-epoksipropān in 226 285.1-chloro-3-hidroksipropān in 312 286.

of the 447 287 hloracetilhlorīd.

of the 612 288 hlorāl.

hloramp hlorbutān is a 32 289.1-133 290.

of the 244 291 hloretān.

hloretiķskāb-446 292.

chloroethylene 644 293.

chloromethane 429 294.

hloropon of 618 295.

hlorpelargonskāb α-hlorpropionskāb of the 319 296.322 297. hlortoluol of α-97 298.

homopiperidīn to 300 299.

chromium is 328 300 orthophosphate.

chromium trioxide 329 301.

chromium-ammonium alum 333 302.

of the 338 303 intenkordīn.

of the 338 304 intensaīn.

slag and mineral wools 543 305.

izoamilmetilketon has 422 306.

izobutilacetāt in the 577 307.

izobutilaceton has 422 308.

izobutilmetilketon in 424 309.

of the 137 310 izobutilspirt.

Isoflurane 71 311. o-, m-, p-isomers 489 312.

izopentilacetāt is 335 313.

of the 422 314 izopentilmetilketon.

izopropēnilbenzol of 250 315.

izopropilaceton in 424 316.

izopropilbenzol hydroperoxide 251 317.

izopropilbenzol of 388 318.

isopropyl alcohol for 154 320 340 319.2-izopropiltoluol 3-izopropiltoluol is a. 154 321.4-izopropiltoluol in 154 322.

calcium dihydroxide 348 323.

potassium 357 324 is heksafluorsilikāt.

potassium O-in 354 325 alkilditiokarbonāt.

potassium O-in butilditiokarbonāt 355 326.

potassium O-in 356 327 etilditiokarbonāt.

of the 148 328 karbanonitril.

in 466 329 karbation.

be 413 330 karbinol.

karboksīd (pesticide) 221 331.1-karboksimetilpiridīnij the betain 111 332.

Carbonyl chloride 280 333.

caustic soda 462 334.

ceramic 543 335.

the mixture of cresol 381 336.

kriolīt-ksilenol is a 270 337.2.6 200 338. o-, m-, p-xylene 384 339.

kumilhidroperoksīd in 251 340.

cumene hydroperoxide 251 341.

kumolhidroperoksīd of 198 342.

of the 155 343 kuprozān.

white spirit 393 344.

laurilspirt of 220 345.

P-385 84 346 phosphor lining.

magnesium dodekaborīt of 398 347.

maleīnanhidrīd is 400 348.

Clay 543 349.

MANEB 404 350.

metakrilanhidrīd in 410 351.

metakrilhlorīd in 411 352.

of the 271 353 metanāl.

metānskāb-548 354.2-methyl-1.3-butadiene 339 355.3-methyl-1-butanol 336 356.1-methyl-1-ethanol 340 357.2-methyl-propan-1-OL 137 358.3-methyl-2-butanon in 431 359.

methyl-2-metilpropeonāt of 434 360. N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone 425 361.2-methyl-2-propanol 137 362.

metilamilketon in 303 363.

of the 208 364 metilāl.

the 600 365.3-methyl benzene metilbutilacetāt in 1-metilbutiletanoāt in 421 367 335 366.

metilditiokarbamāt of 466 368.

metilditiokarbamīn-acid sodium salt 466 369.

methyl ethyl ketone 126 370. o-, m-, p-metilfenol, 381 371.

methyl chloroform 605 372.

methylisobutylketone 424 373.2-metilkrotonskāb-415 374.

methyl mercaptan is 412 375.4-methyl-m-fenilēndiizocianāt to 599 376.

in 518 377 metiloksirān.

metilpentilketon of metilpiperazīn-4-303 378 1-amine 34 379.3-(1-metilpirolidīn-2-yl) pyridine 474 380.

metilpropenoāt of metilpropēnskāb-2-419 381 409 382.2-metilpropēnskāb anhydride 410 383.2-metilpropēnskāb amide of 408 384.2-butyl ester of metilpropēnskāb. 2 metilpropēnskāb hloranhidrīd of 135 385-411 386.2-metilpropēnskāb of the methyl ester of 433 387.

methanol 413 388. α-methylstyrene 250 389. N-metilurīnviel-437 390.1-methoxy-4-nitrobenzene 484 391.4-methoxyaniline 73 392.5-metoksisulfadiazīn in 562 393.

Mono 35 394.

of the 317 395 monochlorobenzene (4).

monopropilēnglikol-allylanisole a 442 396.

muskavīt in 543 397.

oil naftilskāb 453 399 of 393 398.2-α-naphthol. 456 400. β naphthol 457 401.

sodium 3-hlorakrilāt in 459 402.

sodium lye 462 403.

sodium thiocyanate 470 404.

n-butyl acetate 231 405.

inorganic chromium (II) compounds 327 406.

inorganic chromium (iii) compounds 327 407.

NICOTINAMIDE 476 408. N-(5-Nitro-2-furfurilidēn)-1-aminohidantoīn of nitroanilīn of 482 410 284 409. m-o-nitroanilīn of 481 411.. p-nitroanilīn in 483 412.

of the 282 413 nitrofurāl.

nitrofurantoīn in 283 414.3-(5-nitrofurfurilidēnamin)-2-oksazolidīnon of nitrofurfurol of semikarbazon 286 415.5-282 416. in N-[2-(5 '-nitrofuril-2)-2-propēnilidēn]-1-aminohidantoīn of 284 417. N-[(5 '-nitrofuril-3 ') akrilidēn]-1-aminohidantoīn of 284 418.

nivalīn in 289 419.

nonanol is 491 420.

norsulfazol of 565 421.

nurunon in 289 422.

carbon disulphide 533 423.

carbon monoxide 493 424.

carbon tetrachloride is 2.2 ' oksibisetanol 587 425.171 426.

of the 242 427.2, oksirān 2, 3, 3, 4, 5, 5.5 to 13 428 oktafluorpentilakrilāt.

octane-1.8-dikarbonskāb-dioktilester-oktāndikarbonskāb of the 217 429.1.8 1.8-dimetilester 528 430 oktāndikarbonskāb's been a. 203 431.

octanol 497 432.

orthoboric acid barium salt 83 433.

orthophosphoric acid 278 434.

the 543 435 pemz.

pent-3-Ene-3-ol 414 436.

pentakarbonildzelz-pentāndiāl is a 222 437.1.5 294 438.1-OL for 30 439.

pentānskāb-pentilacetāt is a 79 440.3 26 441.

25 442 of pentilacetāt.

pentilbromīd pentiletanoāt is a 28 443.3-26 444.

pentiletanoāt is 25 445.

pentilformiāt of 29 446.

the 300 447 perhidroazepīn.

perchloroethylene is 586 448.

Perlite 543 449.

light petroleum 392 450.

pilietilēn of 510 451.

piramidon has 252 452.

pyrethrum 506 453.1-piridiletiķskāb of betain 111 454.

pyridine-3-acid 475 455.

pyridine-3-carboxylic acids amide 476 456.

pyrimidine -4,5, 6-triamīn sulfate 601 457.

pirolidīn-2-one-5-pirolidīnkarbonskāb acid 53 458.2-54 459 of.

polyamide 510 460.

polyethylene terephthalate 393 461.

poliformaldehīd of 510 462.

polikaprolaktām of 510 463.

polypropylene 510 464.

polysaccharide in 390 465.

polyurethane 510 466.

144 467 cements.

the 1.2-propanediol propanāl 522 468. cyclic carbonate 515 469.1.2-propanediol 517 470. propan-1-OL 2-propanol 342 472 521 471.2-propanone will 6 473.2-propanone, a dimetilketon 6 474.

propyl ester of propānskāb 520 475 2-propēn-1-ol 19 476.2-propenal 17 477.

propenoilhlorīd is 16 478.

propene 519 479.

propēnskāb-2-propēnskāb-12 480.2, 2, 3, 3, 4, 5, 5, 5, 5, 6, 7, 7, 7-2-propēnskāb by tridekafluorheptilester. 2 602 481, 2, 3, 4, 5, 4, 3, 5-oktafluorpentilester-2-propēnskāb of the 13 482.2-ethylhexyl ester 14 483.

propēnskāb-2-hidroksietilester by 240 484.

propēnskāb the amide 10 485.2-propēnskāb ethyl ester of 233 486.

propēnskāb heptilester of the 305 487.

propēnskāb methyl ester of n-propilamīn in 419 488.514 489.

propilbenzol of 388

490. propylene glycol acetate monomethylether 441 491.

propylene glycol monomethyl ether 442 492.

propilēnhlorhidrīn of 2-propīn-1 315 493.-ol 511 494.

propionic acid 512 495.

pseidokumol in 632 496.

dust plant and animal wildlife 523 497.

dust sugar 523 498.

dust wood 523 499.

dust cotton, flax, wool, lint-523 500.

dust flour 523 501.

dust paper 523 502.

523 503 tobacco dust.

dust the talkveid 523 504.

dust tea 523 505.

of the 174 506 ratindān.

rimantān of 527 507.

Salicylic acid can salt 636 508.

Red asinssāl in 359 509.

sebacīnskāb dibutilester of the 169 510.

sebacīnskāb dimetilester of his 203 511.

sebacīnskāb dioktilester of the 217 512.

sekbutilacetāt in the 577 513.

sulphur dioxide 530 514.

sulphur trioxide 531 515.

sulphuric acid anhydride 531 516.

sevofluorān is 71 517.

formic acid pentilester by 29 518.

glass fibre is 543 519.

glass wool 543 520.

of the 564 521 streptocīd.

of the 558 522 sulfadimezīn.

of the 229 523 sulfaetiltiadiazol.

of the 229 524 sulfaetiodol.

sulphamethazine 558 525.

sulfanilguanidīn is 559 526.

grades 6-metoksipiridazīn-3-ilamīd in 563 527.

thiazole-2-ilamīd of sulphanilic acid in the 565 528.

sulfanilurīnviel-637 529.

sulgīn is 559 530.

TALC 543 531.

+ 1.2-ethylenediamine in theophylline 225 532.

tert-butanol 137 533.

tert-pentilacetāt of 27 534.

tert-pentilhidroperoksīd of 417 535.

terilēn of 389 536.

tetrabor silicīd of the 541 537.

of the 566 538 tetraetilditiopirofosfāt.

1.3-dihloraceton in 581 539 tetrafluor-.

tetrahlordifluoretān in 176 540.

the 479 541 tetrakarbonilniķel.

tilām in 245 542.

TNT-tolilidēndiizocianāt to 599 544 624 543 m.

toluene-2.3-diamine 163 545.

toluene-2.4-diisocyanate 599 546.

tordon 22 k-32 547.

of the 394 548 triacilglicerol.

tricink the difosfīd of 156 549.

trifluorbrommetān in 124 550.1,1,1-trichloro-2.2-bis (4-chlorophenyl) ethane 370 551.

of the 615 552 trihloretēn.

trichloromethane 320 553.

trikarbonil (metilciklopentadienil) manganese 403 554.

trimelitskāb-105 555.1, 3, 5-trimethylebenzene. 1, 7, 445 556 7-trimetilbicikl (2, 2, 1) heptan-2-one 365 557.

of the 312 558 trimetilēnhlorhidrīn. 1, 3, 7-trimetilksantīn to 2,4,6-trinitrofenol 375 559.503 560 is.

trisilīcij of the tetranitrīd 540 561.

of the phosphide trivar 633 562.

TUF is 543 563.

petroleum spirit of 393 564.

651 565 warfarin.

of the 554 566 vinilbenzol.

of the 435 567. vinilmetilbenzol N-vinylpyrrolidone 640 568.

viniltoluol of 435 569.

Vitamin B2 526 570.

MICA 543 571.

hydrogen cyanide is a place of prosperity to the Minister 149-Minister for the environment r. vējonis submitted to Ministry of welfare adopted annex 3 Cabinet 15 May 2007 regulations no 325 biological exposure indicators 1. BER for lead (Pb): 1.1. blood is 40 µ g Pb/100 ml (reference size-lead blood trade unexposed population of ≤ 10 µ g/100 ml). Repeated blood test is done after two months when the lead level is 40-60 µ g/100 ml. When the lead level is > 60 µ g/100 ml, transfer the required work, which is not in contact with lead, health care and Pb level control;
1.2. clinical asinsain, retikulocīt and bazofil in the eritrocīto of the grain; polka dot
1.3. koproporfirīn in the urine-100 µ g/g creatinine (reference size 22-57 µ g/g creatinine);
1.4. the aminolevulīnskāb in the urine-5 mg/g creatinine (reference size 0,5-2,5 mg/g creatinine).
2. mercury (Hg): BER 2.1. blood is 15 µ g Hg/l (reference size, concentration of mercury in the blood of the unexposed population trades < 1 µ g/l);
2.2. the urine is 35 µ g Hg/g creatinine or 50 µ g Hg/l (reference size for the concentration of mercury in the urine of 5 µ g/l < Hg creatine or 3.5 µ g/l).
3. the BER for cadmium (Cd): 3.1 the blood is 5 µ g/l Cd (reference the size of the blood concentration of cadmium in trades for the unexposed population (non-smokers) 1 µ g/l