Amendments To The Cabinet Of Ministers On 9 December 2002 The Regulations No 526 "labour Protection Requirements For The Use Of Work Equipment And Working At Height"

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Ministru kabineta 2002.gada 9.decembra noteikumos Nr.526 "Darba aizsardzības prasības, lietojot darba aprīkojumu un strādājot augstumā"

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 966 in Riga in 2004 (23 November. No 67 11) amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers on 9 December 2002 the regulations no 526 "labour protection requirements for the use of work equipment and working at height" Issued under the Labour Protection Act article 25 paragraph 2 and 17 to make the Cabinet on 9 December 2002 the regulations no 526 "labour protection requirements for the use of work equipment and working at height" (Latvian journal, 2002, nr. 182) the following amendments: 1. Express 59 the following : "59. Workers must not be under the machine and lift loads, except if it is intended by the manufacturer of lifting equipment and has employed security and health protection (for example, through work under the lifted cars autoapkop companies). Loads may not be moved above unprotected workplaces where workers usually present. If the nature of their work cannot be provided, the employer shall take appropriate security measures to prevent risks to the safety and health of employees. "
2. Express 78.1. and 78.2. subparagraph by the following: "78.1. the employer shall designate the health professionals or other competent and adequately trained workers (for scaffolding specialist in charge), who evaluated the selected strength and stability of the scaffolding, calculating, if data on the strength and stability of the scaffolding are not available or not applicable to the intended design of the scaffolding. Such calculations are not necessary if the scaffolding is assembled in conformity with a standard configuration (standard solution) that comply with standards LVS EN 12810-1:2004 "facade scaffolding from manufactured components — part 1: product specification", EN EN 12810-2:2004 "facade scaffolding from manufactured components — part 2: specific methods for design", EN EN 12811-1:2004 "temporary work equipment — Part 1: scaffolds-design requirements and general design" and LV EN 12811-3:2003 "temporary work equipment — Part 3 : Load testing ";
78.2. given the complexity of the scaffolding used for scaffolding responsible draw up the scaffolding Assembly, dismantling and use plan. This plan may be in the form of a standard plan, supplemented by the points about specific details of the scaffolding in question; ".
3. Express section 84.1. by the following: "84.1. the place where the company is located in the equipment, indicating its identification;".
4. Make the following section 84.3.: "the date when the 84.3. last technical inspection, the inspection type (for example, full, partial, emergency) and character (for example, static, dynamic, external), as well as the examiner;".
5. Make the introductory part of point 90.1. the following wording: "90.1. this rule 78.1 and 78.2.78.10., referred to in this provision, employees in addition to the training referred to in paragraph 89 of the training and instruction in the following subjects:".
6. Replace 90.2. number and name in the ' 88. "with a number and the word" 89 ".
7. Supplement with an informative reference to European Union directives as follows: "Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) of the Council of 30 November 1989, Directive 89/655/EEC concerning the minimum safety and health requirements for the use of work that features;
2) Council on 5 December 1995 directive 95/63/EC amending Council Directive 89/655/EEC concerning the minimum safety and health requirements for the use of work that features;
3) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 June 2001, Directive 2001/45/EC, amending Council Directive 89/655/EEC concerning the minimum safety and health requirements for the use of work tools that work. " Prime Minister i. Emsis Welfare Minister d.-Staķ