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Keyword safety instructions

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  • Work environment

    Safety instructions

    • The safety instructions describe how to work to prevent damage to health.
    • The risk assessment, experiences of employees and dangerous situations, occupational accidents and occupational diseases are taken into account.
    • If the safety instructions are updated, instructions shall be repeated to employees.
  • Work environment


    • Asbestos includes minerals belonging to the class of fibrous silicates, such as actinolite, amosite, anthophyllite, crocidolite, chrysotile, tremolite
    • Asbestos fibres are hazardous to health when inhaled as dust, contributing to the development of lung cancer, asbestosis and mesothelioma.
    • Asbestos work must be carried out in such a way that the worker's exposure to asbestos dust is kept to a minimum and remains below the limit value.
  • Work environment

    Slipping and tripping

    • Indoors, slipping is often caused by wet floors and outdoors, the cause is slipperiness.
    • The risk of slipping can be reduced by wearing proper footwear.
    • If a floor is slippery after washing it, it is recommended to display a warning sign to those walking there until the floor dries.
  • Work environment

    Working at heights

    • When standing on a ladder, do not work for more than 30 minutes at a time or more than a third of the working day.
    • When choosing measures to prevent falls from a height, guards and safety nets must be preferred to personal protective equipment.
    • Before using the lifting device and at the beginning of each work shift, make sure that the controls and safety devices are working.