Regulation Of The Minister Of Economy And Labour Of 27 July 2004 On Training In The Field Of Safety And Health At Work

Original Language Title: ROZPORZĄDZENIE MINISTRA GOSPODARKI I PRACY z dnia 27 lipca 2004 r. w sprawie szkolenia w dziedzinie bezpieczeństwa i higieny pracy

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On the basis of article. 2375 Act of 26 June 1974-labour code (Journal of laws 1998, No 21, item 94., as amended. 3)) are managed as follows: § 1. The regulation defines: 1) detailed rules for training in the field of safety and health at work, hereinafter referred to as "training";

2) the scope of the training;

3) requirements for the content and the implementation of training programmes;

4) documenting training;

5) cases in which the employer or the employees may be exempted from certain types of training.



§ 1a. [Statutory Definitions] [1] Whenever the regulation is talking about: 1) walkthrough – shall mean the form of training with a duration of not less than 2 lesson hours, capable of producing, updating or supplementing the knowledge and skills for work and behaviour in the workplace in a manner consistent with the provisions and principles of the occupational safety and health;

2) OU leading training activities in the field of safety and health at work – shall mean: a) base of lifelong learning, the establishment of practical education, training and professional development, (b)) school education, c) research and development unit, school or other facility, d) Association, the purpose of the statutory activities related to occupational health and safety, e) legal or natural person established teaching activities on the principles set out in the provisions of the freedom of economic activity If the lead training activities in the field of safety and health at work;

3) course – shall mean the form of training with a duration of not less than 15 hours of instruction, consisting of theoretical and practical, capable of producing, updating or supplementing the knowledge and skills in terms of health and safety at work;

4) preparation of teaching-shall mean the completion of education or training for the conduct of the training process in the field of safety and health at work in a way that ensures high efficiency, taking into account appropriate for specific groups of participants and types of training: organisational forms and training methods and means of teaching;

5) samokształceniu led-shall mean the form of training capable of producing, updating or supplementing the knowledge and skills in terms of safety and health at work, based on materials provided by the organizer of the training, in particular when using email, the Internet, while ensuring the consultation of persons satisfying the requirements for faculty;

6) Seminar – shall mean the form of training with a duration of not less than 5 hours, capable of producing, updating or supplementing the knowledge and skills in terms of health and safety at work.

§ 2. 1. The employer shall provide the employee completion, suitable for the type of work performed, training, including passing him information and instructions concerning the position of work or work performed.

2. in the event of work at the premises of the employer by the employee of another employer – employer provides to inform the worker of the risks to safety and health during work in the area. To obtain this information the employee confirms by signature.

§ 3. Training provides the participants: 1) be familiar with the working environment factors that may result in risks to the safety and health of workers and of the appropriate measures and preventive actions;

2) to know the rules and the rules for safety and health at work to the extent necessary to perform work in the workplace and on the specific workplace and work-related duties and responsibilities in the field of safety and health at work;

3) the acquisition of skills to work in a safe way for yourself and other people, emergency and assisting any person who has an accident.

§ 4. 1. [2] Training may be organized and carried out by employers or, on their behalf, by organizational units conducting training activities in the field of safety and health at work.

2. training of employers, health and safety professionals and instructors and faculty the subject of occupational safety and health lead organizational units referred to in paragraph 1. 1. § 5. [3] the employer shall organise and host training and organizational unit lead training activities in the field of safety and health at work, hereinafter referred to as "the organizers of the training", provide for: 1) programs of the different types of training designed for specific groups of posts;

2) training of trainers programs in terms of methods of instruction – in the case of such training;

3) Faculty and instructors knowledge, professional experience and educational preparation to ensure the proper implementation of the training programmes;

4) liked to conduct training activities;

5) teaching equipment necessary for the proper implementation of training programmes;

6) proper conduct training and record keeping in the form of training programmes, activities, course exams and register issued certificates.

§ 6. The training is conducted as a preliminary training and recurrent training.

§ 7. 1. [4] the initial training Programs and periodic training, defining detailed topics, forms of implementation and duration of training for each group posts shall draw up, in agreement with the employer or the employer-the OU lead training activities in the field of safety and health at work, on the basis of the framework programmes of training.

2. Training programmes should be tailored to the types and terms of the work carried out by the participants, and their implementation should ensure that the requirements set out in § 3.

3. Training programmes, on the basis of which were carried out up to date training for employees, should be kept by employers.

4. Framework for training programmes are set out in annex 1 to the regulation.

§ 8. Initial training is carried out in the form of a walkthrough by programs developed for each group and include: 1) initial training General, hereinafter referred to as "General guidance";

2) initial training at the workplace, hereinafter referred to as "Walkthrough pollution capture devices".

§ 9. 1. a general Walkthrough should provide training participants to become acquainted with the basic health and safety regulations contained in the labour code, collective work, or in the rules of work and safety and health at work in force in the workplace, as well as with the principles of first aid in the event of an accident.

2. Walkthrough x computer workstations should provide training participants to become acquainted with the working environment factors occurring in their workplace and work-related occupational hazard, methods of protection against threats that may cause these factors and methods of safe work on these positions.

§ 10. 1. General Briefing takes place, before being allowed to perform work, newly employed workers, students engaged in student practice employer and students of vocational schools employed for practical vocational training.

2. [5] Walkthrough General leads service worker safety and health at work, the person performing the task at an employer or an employer who performs such tasks, or an employee designated by the employer with knowledge and skills to ensure the proper execution of the instruction, with current certificate of completion of the required training in the field of health and safety at work.

§ 11. 1. Walkthrough x computer workstations shall be carried out before being allowed to perform work on a specific position: 1) a worker employed in the position of working class and another that has exposure to factors harmful to health, disruptive or dangerous;

2) of the employee for the position you are moving, referred to in paragraph 1;

3) student learning progress and student trainee student practice.

2. Worker on several workstations should be walkthrough x computer workstations at each of these positions.

3. In the case of the introduction of the opinion referred to in paragraph 1. 1, point 1, the variation to the terms of the organizational and technical, in particular changes of the technological process, changes to the Organization of work stations, introduction to the use of substances with harmful to health or dangerous, and new or changed tools, machinery and other equipment – a worker employed in this position is the walkthrough it work for safe preparation x computer workstations in the changed conditions. Subject and the duration of the walkthrough should be bench depends on the nature and extent of the put on the position changes.

4. Duration of the walkthrough bench should be subject to the worker's vocational preparation, existing service and the type of work and risks at the workplace where the employee has to be employed.


5. Walkthrough x computer workstations shall be carried out as determined by the employer or the employer's employees in charge of the person, if they have appropriate qualifications and work experience and are trained in methods of conducting walkthrough bench.

6. Walkthrough x computer workstations ends test of knowledge and skills in the performance of work in accordance with the provisions and the principles of safety and health at work, which forms the basis for the admission of a worker to perform work on a specific position.

§ 12. 1. Make a walkthrough and walkthrough bench worker shall confirm in writing the Charter of initial training, which is stored in the personal file of the employee.

2. initial training card Pattern is specified in annex 2 to the regulation.

§ 13. 1. [6] the employer who, in accordance with art. 23711 § 1 of the Act of 26 June 1974-labour code performs the tasks of occupational health and safety services, before you perform these tasks is training carried out in the form of a course or a seminar according to program developed on the basis of the framework programme as specified in part III of annex 1 to the regulation.

2. The training referred to in paragraph 1. 1 is released an employer that meets the qualification requirements for occupational safety and health referred to in the provisions on occupational safety and health services.

§ 14. 1. Recurrent training is to update and consolidate knowledge and skills in the field of occupational safety and health and to acquaint the participants with new technical solutions organization in this regard.

2. Recurrent training are: 1) those who are employers and others to direct employees, in particular, the steering wheel, masters and foremen;

2) employees on workers ' positions;

3) technical engineering staff, including designers, builders of machinery and other technical devices, technologists and organizers of production;

4) occupational safety and health professionals and other persons performing tasks of this service;

5) employees administrative and clerical and other non-quoted in paragraphs 1 to 4, where the nature of the work involves exposure to factors harmful to health, nuisance or dangerous or with responsibility for occupational safety and health at work.

§ 15. 1. [7] recurrent training employees on workers ' positions shall be carried out in the form of a walkthrough, not less than once every 3 years, and on the positions which are carried out particularly dangerous work, not less frequently than once a year.

2. Periodic training of persons listed in § 14 paragraph. 2, paragraph 1 and 3-5 should be carried out in the form of a course, seminar or self-study routed not less frequently than once every 5 years, and, in the case of employees of administrative office not less than once every 6 years.

3. the employer shall determine, after consultation with the workers and/or their representatives, the frequency and duration of periodic training of workers on specific positions, taking into account the type and conditions of work for these positions.

4. the first periodic training of employees in positions listed in § 14 paragraph. 2 paragraph 1 shall be carried out in the period up to 6 months from the start of work on these positions, while persons employed in positions listed in § 14 paragraph. 2 paragraph 2 – 5 – in the period up to 12 months from the start of work on these positions.

5. The periodic training referred to in paragraph 1. 4, can be freed, a person who: 1) shall submit a current certificate of completing in this period with another employer required recurrent training;

2) took place in this period of periodic training required for people employed as belonging to another group, if the program takes into account the thematic scope required a periodic training in the new workplace.

§ 16. [8] 1. The training referred to in § 13 para. 1, and recurrent training end exam test for assimilation by a participant in the training of knowledge covered by a training and skill or organize work in accordance with the provisions and principles of the occupational safety and health.

2. The examination shall be carried out before the Committee set up by the organizer of the training.

3. Confirmation of the completion of the positive training referred to in § 13 para. 1, and periodic training is a certificate issued by the organizer of the training. Copy of the certificate is stored in the personal file of a trainee.

4. a model for the certificate referred to in paragraph 1. 3, is set out in annex # 3 [9].

§ 17. Completed within the period referred to in § 15, training, further training or professional development related to the teaching profession, przyuczeniem to the profession or raising professional qualifications, taking into account the programme of periodic training required for a particular job, it is considered equivalent to the performance of such training.

§ 18. The regulation shall enter into force on 1 July 2005.4) 1) the Minister of economy and labour directs Government Administration Department – work under § 1 para. 2 paragraph 2 of the regulation of the Prime Minister of 11 June 2004 on the detailed scope of the Minister of economy and labour (Journal of laws No. 134, item 1428).

2) the provisions of this Regulation implement provisions of Directive 89/391/EEC of 12 June 1989 on the introduction of measures to encourage improvements in the safety and health of workers at work (OJ. In L183 of 29.06.1989).

The data relating to the Declaration of the European Union, in this regulation, apply to the notice of those acts in the official journal of the European Union-Special Edition.

3) Changes the consolidated text of the said Act were announced in the journal of laws of 1998, no. 106, item. 668 and # 113, item. 717, with 1999 No. 99, item. 1152, 2000 No 19, item. 239, no. 43, item. 489, no. 107, item. 1127 and No. 120, item. 1268, 2001 # 11. 84, no. 28, item. 301, no. 52, item. 538, No 99, item. 1075, no. 111, item. 1194, # 123, poz. 1354, no. 128, item. 1405 and # 154, poz. 1805, 2002 No. 74, item. 676, No 135, item. 1146, # 196, poz. 1660, # 199, item. 1673 and # 200. 1679, from 2003 No 166, item. 1608 and # 213. 2081, and the 2004 No. 96, item. 959, no. 99, item. 1001 and No. 120, item. 1252.4), this regulation was preceded by a regulation of the Minister of labour and social policy of 28 May 1996 on detailed rules for training in the field of safety and health at work (Journal of laws No. 62, item 285), preserved in force pursuant to article. 19 of the Act of 14 November 2003 amending the law – the labour code and amendment of some other acts (Journal of laws No. 213, poz. 2081).

Annex 1. [THE FRAMEWORK PROGRAMMES TRAINING]

The annexes to the regulation of the Minister of economy and labour of 27 July 2004 (1860) Annex # 1 TRAINING FRAMEWORK PROGRAMMES l. framework programme walkthrough General 1. Purpose of the training objective of the training is to acquaint the employee in particular with: a) the basic health and safety regulations contained in the labour code, collective work, or in the rules of operation, (b)) the provisions and the principles of safety and health at work in force in a given workplace, c) the principles of first aid in the event of an accident.

2. participants of the training training is designed for all people who start working in the establishment.

3. Organization of training training should be organized in the form of a walkthrough-before the start of work by the employee in the establishment concerned – on the basis of a detailed program developed by the organizer of the training. During training it is necessary to use the appropriate means, in particular, movies, message boards, transparencies for displaying information, first-aid measures in the event of an accident.

4. Framework Programme training Lp.

About the training *) number of hours **) 1 2 3 1 the essence of health and safety at work 2 the scope of the duties and powers of the employers, employees and individual organizational cells workplace and social organizations in occupational safety and health 0.6 3 Liability for infringement of the provisions or principles of occupational health and safety 4 movement rules for the workplace 5 accident and health risks occurring in the plant and the basic preventive measures 0.5 6 basic principles of health and safety at work-related technical equipment and meets current transport workwear and quota Policies 7 0.4 work shoes and personal protective equipment, including in relation to job instruowanego 8 order and cleanliness in the workplace, their impact on the health and safety of the employee 0.5 9 Preventive medical care-rules for its exercise in relation to the position of the instruowanego 10 basic principles of fire protection and the procedure in case of fire 1 11 procedure in the event of an accident in this organization, and first-aid policies Together: a minimum of 3

 


*) Training Program for persons taking up for the first time the work of directing the employees should be extended and adapted to the duties and responsibilities of these individuals in terms of health and safety at work.

**) Between classrooms-going 45 minutes.

II. Framework Programme walkthrough bench 1. Purpose of the training the aim of training is to get by the employee: a) information about the factors in the working environment in the workplace and in its immediate vicinity and about the risk of work-related professional, b) knowledge and skills about how to protect against personal injury trial attorney and health risks under conditions of normal operation and under emergency conditions, c) knowledge and practical skills in the safe execution of entrusted work.

2. participants of the training training is intended for the employees of the newly employed workers ' positions and others, that have exposure to factors harmful to health, disruptive or dangerous for workers transferred to such a position and, in the case of the variation to the terms of the organizational and technical. in the event of a change of the technological process, changes in the Organization of workplaces, introduction to the use of substances with harmful to health or dangerous, and new or changed tools, machinery and other equipment. Training is also intended for students taking apprentices and students undergoing practical training.

3. Organization of training training should be carried out in the form of a walkthrough-the view that will be employed instructed the employee, on the basis of a detailed program developed by the organizer of the training.

Training should include the following steps: a preliminary conversation with the instructor) instruowanym an employee, b) Preview and explanation by the instructor the entire work process, which is to be carried out by an employee, c) test execution process work by correcting the instructor how to perform the work, d) independent work instruowanego employee under the supervision of an instructor, e) review and evaluation by the instructor how to perform work by the employee.

If the employee performs work on different positions, training should take into account all types of work, which will belong to the responsibilities of the employee.

The training and the duration of each of its components should be aligned to apprenticeships and the current seniority worker and the risks that occur when provided to carry out the work.

4. Framework Programme training Lp.

About the number of training hours *) walkthrough the persons mentioned in § 11 para. 1 Regulation (does not apply to employees listed in column 4) walkthrough employees administrative office exposed to disruptive factors 1 2 3 4 the preparation of an employee to perform specific work, including in particular: a) an overview of the working conditions, taking into account: 1-elements of the working area in which to work, the employee, having an impact on the conditions of work of the employee (such as general lighting, heating, ventilation, technical devices, protective devices) -elements of the workplace affecting the safety and health at work (e.g. position, lighting, ventilation, safety devices and warning lights, tools, raw materials and products),-the process of work at the workplace in connection with the production process (activities) across the cell, organisational and workplace, 2 2 (b)) provides an overview of the factors in the working environment that occur when certain activities in the workplace and the risks What can cause these factors, the results of the risk assessment associated with work and ways to protect against security threats, as well as the rules of conduct in the event of an accident or breakdown, c) preparation of the equipment the machine center to perform a specific task.

2 Demonstration by the instructor how to perform work at the place of work in accordance with the provisions and principles of the occupational safety and health, taking into account the methods of the safe execution of individual steps and with particular attention to activities difficult and dangerous.

0.5-3 Trial task execution by the worker under the control of an instructor 0.5-4 self-employee work under the supervision of an instructor 4-5 Overview and assessment of the course of performance of work by the employee 1 – Time: minimum 8 2 *) of instruction lasting 45 minutes.

III. Framework Programme for training of employers performing tasks service occupational health and safety 1. Purpose of the training the aim of training is to get the participants knowledge and skills in the field: and) identification and hazard analysis and risk assessment of these threats, b) of monitoring and assessment of the State of safety and health at work, including compliance with the provisions and principles of health and safety at work, c) organize activities aimed at ensuring the safety and health of workers, d) methods to eliminate or reduce the impact on workers of factors harmful to health and dangerous , e) for determining the circumstances and causes of accidents at work and occupational diseases, as well as determining the necessary prevention, f) methods and training organization in the field of safety and health at work, g) promote safety and health at work.

2. participants of the training training is intended for employers, who on the basis of article. 23711 § 1 of the code work will be performed in your workplace health and safety service mission.

3. Organization of training training should be organized in the form of a course or seminar with respect to the exercise and using appropriate teaching aids, in particular videos, message boards, transparencies for displaying information, computer programs, materials. Participants should also receive materials to absorb the issues covered by the training programme (e.g. scripts, legal provisions, sets of exercises with instructions, the control sets of questions).

4. Framework Programme training Lp.

About the training *) number of hours **) 1 2 3 1 regulations of the labour law concerning safety and health at work, a discussion of the sources of international law (EC directives, ILO conventions): 8 a) sources of labour law, including health and safety at work, (b)) the rights and obligations of workers and employers in occupational health and safety and liability for infringement of the provisions or principles of health and safety at work , c) the protection of women and juveniles, d) health surveillance of workers, e) training in the field of health and safety at work, f) General and detailed) provisions on safety and health at work, g) benefits in respect of accidents at work and occupational diseases and for work in conditions harmful to health and the cumbersome, h) a system of conformity assessment of products, taking into account the requirements of the safety and health of workers , and) supervision and control of working conditions 2 Ergonomics in shaping working conditions (ergonomics concept and gymnastic) 5 3 methods for the identification, analysis and evaluation of risks and the risk assessment of these threats: 10 a) accident risk, b) noise and mechanical vibration, c) harmful chemical agents and disc, d) biological factors e) infrared radiation, ionizing, ultraviolet, f) electromagnetic fields, g) electricity and static electricity , h) micro-environment, and premises and workplaces work) lighting, j) threats of fire and explosive, k) transport hazard meets current and storage materials 4 methods of liquidation or limitation of the impact on workers of factors harmful to health, disruptive and dangerous work processes are occurring 15 5 health and Safety Requirements for buildings and premises of the work and the requirements for premises and equipment hygiene-sanitary 3 6 Determining the circumstances and causes of accidents at work and occupational diseases 5 (including 2) 7

Root cause analysis of selected accidents at work and occupational diseases and related prevention 2 8 Tasks and permissions service of the safety and health at work and the working methods of this service 6 (2 exercises) 9 the Organization and methods of training in safety and health at work and the promotion of health and safety issues 4 (2) 10


Procedure in the event of an accident at work and in situations of risks (e.g. fire, failure), including the rules of first aid in the event of an accident, 3 11 Problems of fire protection and the protection of the environment 3 Time: minimum 64 (6) *) a detailed training programme should take into account the issues and rules on industry (business), from which are derived from the participants.

**) Between classrooms-going 45 minutes.

IV. Framework Programme of periodic training of employers and other people leading employees 1. Purpose of the training aim is to update and supplement the knowledge and skills in particular: a) assessment of the risks occurring in the work processes and the risks associated with these threats, b) shaping of safe and hygienic working conditions, (c)) the protection of workers from the risks related to their work.

2. participants of the training training is intended for: a) employers, including State enterprises managers, companies, private establishments, offices, cooperatives, (b)) other managers employees (masters, foremen, managers of departments and other organizational cells).

3. Organization of training training should be organized in the form of a course or seminar or self-study routed – on the basis of a detailed training programme developed by the organizer of the training. During training it is necessary to use appropriate measures, in particular films, foils to display information. Participants in the training organized in the form of self-study routed should receive materials to absorb the issues covered by the training programme (e.g. scripts, legal provisions, sets of questions of control).

4. Framework Programme training Lp.

About the number of training hours *) 1 2 3 1 Selected regulations of the labour law concerning safety and health at work, a discussion of the sources of international law (EC directives, ILO conventions): 3 (a)) the current rules (including changes), including:-obligations relating to health and safety, and liability for violation of the rules and principles of health and safety at work, labour protection of women and juveniles,-preventive health care of employees – training in occupational safety and health,-the Organization the supervision and control of working conditions, b) problems related to the interpretation of certain provisions of the 2 Identification, analysis and assessment of risks factors harmful to health, nuisance and dangerous and the evaluation of the risks associated with these threats 3 3 the Organization and method of shaping a safe and hygienic working conditions, taking into account the positions equipped with display screen equipment; management of occupational safety and health 3 4 analysis of the circumstances and causes of accidents at work and occupational diseases and the related prevention; an overview of the causes of specific accidents at work, with particular emphasis on accidents caused by improper organisation of work, and related prevention 2 5 organisation and methodology training in occupational safety and health (including methods of walkthrough bench) and shaping safe behaviors of employees in work processes, 2 6 rules of conduct in the event of an accident at work and in the emergency (e.g. fire , a failure), including the rules of first aid in the event of an accident, 1 7 economic consequences of inappropriate working conditions (e.g. working conditions, benefits, contributions to the social security of workers) 1 8 Problems of fire protection and the protection of the environment 1 Time: minimum 16) from classrooms ongoing 45 minutes.

V. Programme of periodic training employees on workers ' positions 1. Purpose of the training aim is to update and supplement the knowledge and skills in particular: a) the rules and principles of safety and health at work, work-related, b) work-related hazards and methods of protection against these threats, c) procedure in the event of an accident and emergency.

2. participants of the training training is intended for persons who are employed in positions of blue-collar.

3. Organization of training training should be organized in the form of a walkthrough – on the basis of a detailed program developed by the organizer of the training.

Training should be carried out by the walkthrough in the workplace, as well as a lecture, a talk, a video overview of the circumstances and reasons (for the work carried out by the participants) accidents at work and proposals.

4. Framework Programme training Lp.

About the number of training hours *) 1 2 3 1 Regulation from the scope of the occupational safety and health, taking into account the provisions of work-related Risks 1 2 factors in work processes and principles and methods of elimination or limitation of the impact of these factors on the workers, taking into account changes in technology, organization of work and workplaces, the application of collective protection measures and the individual, the introduction of new devices , equipment and working tools 3 3 rules of conduct in the event of an accident at work and in situations of risks (e.g. fire, failure), including the rules of first aid in the event of an accident, 2 4 the circumstances and cause of the characteristic of the work accidents at work and related prevention 2 Time: minimum 8) classrooms lasting 45 minutes.

VI. Programme of periodic training for technical and engineering staff 1. Purpose of the training aim is to update and supplement the knowledge and skills in particular: a) identify and assess risks in work processes, b) organisation of work and workplaces in accordance with the requirements of the occupational safety and health and ergonomics, c) methods of elimination or limitation of risks factors present in the working environment.

2. participants of the training training is intended for technical and engineering employees of establishments, in particular designers, constructors, technologists, production organizers. By picking groups of employees to training should take into account the similarity of the work carried out by the participants.

3. Organization of training training should be organized in the form of a course or seminar or self-study routed – on the basis of a detailed training programme developed by the organizer of the training. During training it is necessary to use the appropriate means, in particular, movies, message boards, foil to display information. Participants in the training organized in the form of self-study routed should receive materials to absorb the issues covered by the training programme (e.g. scripts, legal provisions, sets of questions of control).

4. Framework Programme training *) Lp.

About the number of training hours **) 1 2 3 1 regulations of safety and health at work: a) the current rules (including changes), including: 3-the rights and obligations of employers and employees in health and safety, and liability for infringement of the provisions or principles of health and safety at work, is the responsibility of the designers, constructors and technologists associated with executing profession – health and safety requirements for buildings and workplaces (including premises hygiene-sanitary) ,-the requirements of the occupational safety and health and ergonomics for machinery and other technical equipment,-the conformity assessment system of products with the requirements of the occupational safety and health,-the supervision and control of working conditions, b) problems related to the interpretation of certain provisions of the 2 methods of identification, analysis and assessment of risks factors harmful to health, nuisance and dangerous the work processes and the assessment of the risks associated with these threats 3 3 the evolution of working conditions in accordance with the requirements of occupational safety and ergonomics , including methods of liquidation or limitation of the impact on workers of factors harmful to health, disruptive and dangerous (m.in by appropriate design solutions, technological and organizational) 4 4 Modern organizational and technical solutions that affect on improving the conditions of health and safety at work (in particular the ventilation and air conditioning equipment, safety equipment, personal protective equipment) 2 5 Exercises for taking into account the requirements of the occupational safety and health and ergonomics in the design of 3 6


Procedure in the event of an accident at work and in situations of risks (e.g. fire, failure), including the rules of first aid in the event of an accident, 1 Time: minimum 16) a detailed training program should be developed separately for each of the groups of employees for technical and engineering (designers, constructors, technologists).

**) Between classrooms-going 45 minutes.

VII. Framework Programme of periodic training occupational safety and health professionals and persons performing tasks of this service 1. Purpose of the training aim is to update and supplement the knowledge and skills in particular: a) legislation on health and safety at work, b) analysis and evaluation of risks and methods of risk assessment of these threats, c) Organization and methods of formation of safe and hygienic working conditions, as well as assistance in solving challenging problems in the field of health and safety at work.

2. participants of the training training is designed for health and safety professionals and those carrying out the tasks of this service.

3. Organization of training training should be organized in the form of a course or seminar or self-study routed, taking into account the exercise and using appropriate teaching aids, in particular videos, message boards, transparencies for displaying information, computer programs, materials. Participants in the training organized in the form of self-study routed should receive materials to absorb the issues covered by the training programme (e.g. scripts, legal provisions, sets of exercises with instructions, the control sets of questions).

4. Framework Programme training Lp.

About the training * *) number of hours **) 1 2 3 1 Selected regulations of the labour law concerning safety and health at work, a discussion of the sources of international law (EC directives, ILO Convention): a) the provisions on occupational safety and health, 5 (b)) the provisions on the protection of women and juveniles, c) problems with the interpretation of certain provisions of the 2 problems of ergonomics in shaping working conditions, 2 3 methods of identification , analysis and evaluation of risks and the risk assessment of these threats: a) accident risk, b) noise and mechanical vibration, c) harmful chemicals and dusts, d) biological factors, e) infrared radiation, ionizing, ultraviolet, f) electromagnetic fields, g) electricity and static electricity, h) micro-environment, and premises and workplaces work) lighting, j) threats of fire and explosive, k) transport hazard meets current and for storage of materials 5 4 methods of liquidation or limitation of the impact on workers of factors harmful to health , a disruptive and dangerous present in work processes 4 5 organizational and technical solutions affecting improvements in the safety and health at work, including:-ventilation and air conditioning equipment, safety devices, personal protective equipment 2 6 Determining the circumstances and causes of accidents at work (including computer programs) 4 (2) 7 root cause analysis of selected accidents and related prevention 2 8 modern methods of work health and safety service 2 9 modern methods of training in safety and health at work 3 (including 2 exercise) 10 rules of conduct in the event of an accident at work and in situations of risks (e.g. fire, failure), including the rules of first aid in the event of an accident 1 11 fire protection Issues and the protection of the environment 2 Time: minimum of 32 (4) *) a detailed training program should include provisions for the industry (business), from which are derived from the participants.

**) Between classrooms-going 45 minutes.

VIII. Framework Programme of periodic training of employees administrative office and others, referred to in § 14 paragraph. 2 section 5 of the regulation 1. Purpose of the training aim is to update and supplement the knowledge and skills in particular: a) assessment of the risks posed by their work, (b)) methods to protect against threats to the health and safety of workers, c) shaping working conditions in a manner consistent with the provisions and the principles of safety and health at work, d) in the event of an accident, and in emergency situations.

2. participants of the training training is intended for employees of administrative office, including working with monitors, as well as employees of health care institutions, schools and other educational institutions, scientific research units and other staff whose work involves exposure to factors harmful to health, nuisance or dangerous or with responsibility for occupational safety and health at work.

3. Organization of training training should be organized in the form of a seminar or course or self-study led – on the basis of a detailed program developed by the organizer of the training.

During training it is necessary to use the appropriate means, in particular, movies, message boards, foil to display information.

Participants in the training organized in the form of self-study routed should receive appropriate materials to absorb the news and skills covered by the training programme (e.g. scripts, rules, sets of questions of control).

4. Framework Programme training Lp.

About the number of training hours *) 1 2 3 1 Selected regulations of the labour law concerning the health and safety at work, including: a) the rights and obligations of workers and employers in occupational health and safety, and liability for violation of the rules and principles of health and safety at work, b) labour protection of women and juveniles, c) accidents at work and occupational diseases and the benefits associated with them , d) health surveillance of employees 2 2 progress in the assessment of the risks factors in work processes and methods of protection from threats to health and life of employees 2 3 problems with the Organization of Office work stations, taking into account the principles of ergonomics, including positions with display screen equipment and other Office equipment 2 4 procedure in the event of accidents and emergency (e.g. fire , a failure), including the rules of first aid in the event of an accident, 2 Time: minimum 8) classrooms lasting 45 minutes.

Annex 2.

Annex 2 annex 3.

Annex # 3 [1] § 1a added by § 1 paragraph 1 of the regulation of the Minister of labour and social policy of 9 October 2007 amending the regulation on training in the field of safety and health at work (OJ l. # 196, poz. 1420). Revision came into force November 24, 2007.

[2] § 4 paragraph 2. 1 in the version agreed by § 1 paragraph 2 of the regulation of the Minister of labour and social policy of 9 October 2007 amending the regulation on training in the field of safety and health at work (OJ l. # 196, poz. 1420). Revision came into force November 24, 2007.

[3] paragraph 5 as amended stipulated by § 1 paragraph 3 of the regulation of the Minister of labour and social policy of 9 October 2007 amending the regulation on training in the field of safety and health at work (OJ l. # 196, poz. 1420). Revision came into force November 24, 2007.

[4] § 7 para. 1 in the version agreed by § 1 paragraph 4 of the regulation of the Minister of labour and social policy of 9 October 2007 amending the regulation on training in the field of safety and health at work (OJ l. # 196, poz. 1420). Revision came into force November 24, 2007.

[5] § 10 paragraph 1. 2 in the version agreed by § 1 paragraph 5 of the regulation of the Minister of labour and social policy of 9 October 2007 amending the regulation on training in the field of safety and health at work (OJ l. # 196, poz. 1420). Revision came into force November 24, 2007.

[6] § 13 para. 1 in the version agreed by § 1 paragraph 6 of regulation of the Minister of labour and social policy of 9 October 2007 amending the regulation on training in the field of safety and health at work (OJ l. # 196, poz. 1420). Revision came into force November 24, 2007.

[7] § 15 paragraph 1. 1 in the version agreed by § 1 paragraph 7 regulation of the Minister of labour and social policy of 9 October 2007 amending the regulation on training in the field of safety and health at work (OJ l. # 196, poz. 1420). Revision came into force November 24, 2007.

[8] paragraph 16 as amended stipulated by § 1 point 8 of the regulation of the Minister of labour and social policy of 9 October 2007 amending the regulation on training in the field of safety and health at work (OJ l. # 196, poz. 1420). Revision came into force November 24, 2007.


[9] Annex # 3 added by § 1 paragraph 9 of the regulation of the Minister of labour and social policy of 9 October 2007 amending the regulation on training in the field of safety and health at work (OJ l. # 196, poz. 1420). Revision came into force November 24, 2007.

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