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1997

CIS 99-16 Order of 7 August 1997 concerning restrictions on the marketing and use of certain products containing hazardous substances [France]
Arrêté du 7 août 1997 relatif aux limitations de mise sur le marché et d'emploi de certains produits contenant des substances dangereuses [France] [in French]
This Order applies only to marketing and use of dangerous products for the public; occupational use of dangerous substances is exempt. The substances concerned are listed in an annex. Topics: carcinogens; dangerous substances; data sheet; France; hazard identification; labelling; law; mutagens; prohibition of use; toxic substances; woodworking industry.
Journal officiel de la République française, 17 Aug. 1997, p.12218-12221.

CIS 99-290 Vigneron C.
Fault injection - Existing methods and tools for assessing electronic safety-dedicated devices
L'injection de fautes - Méthodes et outils pour la validation des dispositifs électroniques à vocation sécuritaire [in French]
Topics: computer simulation; description of technique; electronic equipment; equipment testing; monitoring of safety devices; safety analysis.
Cahiers de notes documentaires - Hygiène et sécurité du travail, 4th quarter 1997, No.169, Note No.2067-169-97, p.609-619. 34 ref.

CIS 98-1230 Czachur K.J., Bright C.K., Beic-Khorasani R.
Health and Safety Executive
Condition monitoring to enhance safety
Topics: cost-benefit analysis; glossary; human factors; machinery; occupational safety; preventive maintenance; report; safety checks; United Kingdom.
HSE Books, P.O. Box 1999, Sudbury, Suffolk CO10 6FS, United Kingdom, 1997. 216 p. Illus. 58 ref. Price: GBP 57.00

CIS 98-611
Health and Safety Executive, Chemical and Hazardous Installations Division
Permit-to-work systems
Leaflet on permit-to-work systems for potentially hazardous work. Topics: dangerous work; data sheet; information of personnel; permits-to-work; United Kingdom.
HSE Books, P.O. Box 1999, Sudbury, Suffolk CO10 6FS, United Kingdom, Oct. 1997. 8p. 8 ref.

CIS 98-183
Health and Safety Executive
Inspections and reports
Data sheet on inspection and reporting on construction sites (United Kingdom), 1997. Topics: caissons; cofferdams; construction sites; data sheet; platforms; safety checks; safety service records; suspended cradles; trenching and excavating; United Kingdom.
HSE Books, P.O. Box 1999, Sudbury, Suffolk CO10 6FS, United Kingdom, Oct. 1997. 4p. 3 ref.

CIS 98-84 SafetyMAP - Initial level: Self assessment user guide
Self assessment user guide for the SafetyMAP (Safety Management Achievement Program) health and safety management audit tool (Australia), 1997. (See CIS 98-83 for SafetyMAP - Auditing health and safety management systems). Topics: Australia; hazard evaluation; plant safety and health organization; plant safety supervision; role of management; safety checks; safety training in industry; training material; workers participation.
Victorian WorkCover Authority, P.O. Box 414, Melbourne 3005, Australia, 3rd ed., 1997. 43p.

CIS 98-83 SafetyMAP - Auditing health and safety management systems
Guide to the SafetyMAP (Safety Management Achievement Program) tool for auditing health and safety management systems (Australia), 1997. (See CIS 98-84 for SafetyMAP self assessment user guide). Topics: Australia; glossary; hazard evaluation; plant safety and health organization; plant safety supervision; role of management; safety checks; safety service records; safety training in industry; training material; workers participation.
Victorian WorkCover Authority, P.O. Box 414, Melbourne 3005, Australia, 3rd ed., 1997. vii, 46p. Index.

CIS 97-1659
Health and Safety Commission, Oil Industry Advisory Committee
The safe isolation of plant and equipment
This guidance describes procedures for the safe isolation of process plant and equipment in the onshore and offshore oil and gas industry and in the chemical industry. The procedures are designed to reduce the risk of releasing hazardous substances during intrusive activity. Contents: key principles (essential principles of an isolation scheme, control and management, documentation, implementation); hazards associated with pressurized systems, machinery, electrical equipment, and specific hazardous substances; isolation schemes and methods.
HSE Books, P.O. Box 1999, Sudbury, Suffolk CO10 6FS, United Kingdom, 1997. iv, 63p. Illus. 4 ref. Index. Price: GBP 10.75.

CIS 97-1660 Kirkwood A.
Flixborough revisited
The causes and consequences of the explosion at the Flixborough chemical plant in the United Kingdom in 1974 are described, and lessons to be learned from the disaster are discussed. Aspects considered include the nature of legislation implemented after this and similar events, the possible conflict between the need to take account of all potential risks and the desire to maintain production, and the role of management and the establishment of a safety culture within the company.
Safety and Health Practitioner, Aug. 1997, Vol.15, No.8, p.30-33. Illus. 7 ref.

CIS 97-1072 Piétruszynski M., Chapouthier A.
Isolated work and dangerous work needing the presence of supervision [France]
Travail isolé et travaux dangereux nécessitant la présence d'un surveillant [France] [in French]
Collection of all official rules and regulations in effect in France concerning work in isolation and work that is particularly dangerous for the worker or others. All regulations based on the Labour Code and the Social Security Code and recommendations of the National Technical Committees are included. The attention paid to the need for proper qualifications of supervising personnel is to be noted. This Note replaces Note ND 1844-144-91 (CIS 92-11).
Cahiers de notes documentaires - Hygiène et sécurité du travail, 2nd Quarter 1997, No.167, Note No.2052-167-97, p.285-310.

CIS 97-1347
Health and Safety Executive (HSE)
Single-flue steel industrial chimneys - Inspection and maintenance
This guidance note reviews the necessity for, and methods of, carrying out inspections of single-flue steel industrial chimneys. Contents: frailty of single-flue steel chimneys and consequences of collapse; causes of deterioration in steel chimneys (lack of inspection and maintenance, poor design); legal duties of owners; planning and implementation of an inspection; competencies of inspectors; inspection cycles. In appendices: high risk chimneys; recording defects; principal items to be inspected; factors affecting the life of a chimney.
HSE Books, P.O. Box 1999, Sudbury, Suffolk CO10 6FS, United Kingdom, 1997. 8p. 8 ref. Price: GBP 4.00.

CIS 97-1210
Health and Safety Commission (HSC), Oil Industry Advisory Committee
Guidance on permit-to-work systems in the petroleum industry
This guidance to permit-to-work systems covers both onshore and offshore activities in the petroleum industry. Contents: definition of a permit-to-work system; responsibilities of employers, occupiers, duty holders, managers, contractors and others; required training for users of permit-to work systems; types of permits-to-work found in the petroleum industry and when they are required. In appendices: legal requirements; system and equipment isolation procedures; checklist for the assessment of permit-to-work systems. Replaces the previous edition (CIS 92-177).
HSE Books, P.O. Box 1999, Sudbury, Suffolk CO10 6FS, United Kingdom, 3rd ed., 1997. iv, 26p. 19 ref. Price: GBP 8.50.

CIS 97-912 Brosseau L.M., Traubel K.
An evaluation of respirator maintenance requirements
A telephone survey of 28 companies using negative-pressure air-purifying respirators revealed that while the majority of companies were meeting requirements for respiratory protection and respirator maintenance, some improvements were necessary: inspection of all respirator parts should be carried out before and after each use; replacement parts should be made readily available on site; regular cleaning should be performed; and more hands-on practice with respirators and their maintenance should be incorporated into training sessions.
American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal, Feb. 1997, Vol.58, No.2, p.116-120. 11 ref.

1996

CIS 01-318 Restricted Pesticides (Certified User) Regulations, 1996 [Belize]
These Regulations, issued under the authority of thePesticides Control Act, define the procedures for the certification of authorized users of pesticides. Effective date: 15 Aug. 1996.
Government Printery, Laws, Statutes (Belize), 1996, No.112, p.1-9.

CIS 99-1997 Leichnitz K.
Analysis of dangerous substances
Gefahrstoff-Analytik [in German]
Update (38th) to the loose-leaf collection of methods for monitoring compliance with exposure limits and anti-pollution laws, and for analysis of process gases, abstracted under CIS 90-955. This issue includes a revised description of the official analytical methods for airborne carcinogens of the Industrial Mutual Accident Insurance Associations Berufsgenossenschaften (directive ZH 1/120; CIS 95-268), a revision of the analytical methods of the German Research Association (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft), the latest version of the Chemicals Prohibition Ordinance (Chemikalien-Verbotsverordnung; included in CIS 95-812) and new paragraphs of the Hazardous Substances Ordinance (Gefahrstoffverordnung; CIS 94-771). Topics: aromatic nitro compounds; atmospheric pollution; chemical safety; compendium; dangerous substances; data sheet; determination in air; directive; exhaust gases; Germany; law; legislation; manuals; neighbourhood protection; prohibition of use; standard; threshold limit values.
Ecomed Verlagsgesellschaft AG & Co. KG, Rudolf-Diesel-Str. 3, 86899 Landsberg/Lech, Germany, 38. Ergänzungslieferung, Sep. 1996. 254p. Illus. Bibl.ref.

CIS 99-837 Tosal Suárez J.M., Espeso Santiago J.A., Fernández Urgellés J.R., Fernández Zapico F.
Gantry cranes: Status
Puentes grúa: informe de situación [in Spanish]
Topics: cranes; metalworking industry; portal cranes; preventive maintenance; safety checks; Spain; statistical evaluation.
Salud y trabajo, 1996, No.116, p.20-24. Illus. 3 ref.

CIS 99-776 Muñoz Muñoz A.
Working conditions and hygiene in cheese production
Condiciones de trabajo y salud en la fabricación de quesos [in Spanish]
Topics: allergic alveolitis; brucellosis; conditions of work; dairy industry; falls on the level; fire hazards; food industry; mechanical hazards; safety checks; small enterprises; Spain; survey.
Salud y trabajo, 1996, No.116, p.4-9. Illus. 3 ref.

CIS 99-380 Decree No.96-1133 of 24 dec. 1996 concerning the prohibition of asbestos [France]
Décret n°96-1133 du 24 déc. 1996 relatif à l'interdiction de l'amiante [France] [in French]
This Decree was made under the Labour Code and the Consumer Code. Topics: asbestos; dangerous work; France; labelling; marking; mineral dust; notification of dangerous substances; prohibited work; prohibition of use.
Journal officiel de la République française, 26 Dec. 1996, p.19126-19127.

CIS 99-430 Castells Manent J.
ISRS Safety management system in companies which have implemented the EN-ISO 9000 quality system. Experiences and conclusions
El sistema de gestión de la seguridad ISRS en empresas que han implantado el sistema de calidad EN-ISO 9000. Experiencias y conclusiones [in Spanish]
Topics: comment on standard; ISO; plant safety organization; plant safety supervision; quality control; safety planning; Spain.
Prevención, Apr.-June 1996, No.136, p.9-14. Illus.

CIS 99-18 Orders of 24 December 1996 concerning exemptions from the prohibition of asbestos [France]
Arrêtés du 24 déc. 1996 relatifs aux exceptions à l'interdiction de l'amiante [France] [in French]
Two Orders, one concerning exemptions from the prohibition of asbestos, the other concerning registration of exemptions from the prohibition of asbestos. Topics: approval; asbestos; France; labour inspection; law; notification of dangerous substances; prohibition of use.
Journal officiel de la République française, 26 Dec. 1996, p.19128-19129.

CIS 98-688 A for asbestos
A comme amiante [in French]
Topics: amphibole; asbestos cement; asbestos; asbestosis; bronchial cancer; actinolite asbestos; anthophyllite asbestos; tremolite asbestos; exposure records; health hazards; information of personnel; legislation; medical supervision; mesothelioma; personal protective equipment; pleural diseases; prohibition of use; smoking; Tunisia.
SST - Santé et Sécurité au Travail, Oct. 1996, No.1, p.2-16. Illus. 4 ref.

CIS 97-731 Gas - The Gas Safety (Rights of Entry) Regulations 1996 [United Kingdom]
These Regulations (entry into force: 1 Nov. 1997) confer right of entry upon "public gas transporters" and "relevant authorities" to enter premises for the purpose of preventing gas escapes, examining and disconnecting "gas fittings" and related purposes.
HMSO Publications Centre, P.O. Box 276, London SW8 5DT, United Kingdom, 1996. 6p. Price: GBP 1.55.

CIS 97-715
Ministerul muncii şi protecţiei sociale (Ministry of Labour and Social Protection)
Order approving the methodology standards prescribed by the Law on Occupational Safety and Health (No.90/1996) [Romania]
Ordin privind aprobarea normelor metodologice în aplicarea prevederilor Legii protecţiei muncii nr. 90/1996 [in Romanian]
These standards cover provisions concerning the certification of personal protective equipment, the notification and recording of occupational accidents and diseases and protective measures applying to dangerous work.
Monitorul Oficial al României, 15 Oct. 1996, Vol.8, No.249, p.1-37.

CIS 97-521 Pagliéro D.
Detection of isolated workers
La détection du travailleur isolé [in French]
The equipment to detect isolated workers has developed rapidly thanks to technical progress. This article presents different types of detectors and its functioning. The text is illustrated with several technical data sheets.
Travail et sécurité, Oct. 1996, No.553, p.21-27. Illus.

CIS 97-130 Davies W.
Assessing fitness for work
This information note on fitness assessment criteria for employment covers: definitions of key concepts such as hazard, risk, negligible risk and competent assessment. The medical responsibilities (of general, hospital and occupational health practitioners) may take different approaches. The key principles in practice are reviewed and a framework for assessing work fitness is presented applying the following criteria: subject's attendance and performance capabilities and limitations, health and safety risk to others or to self. A table shows a synopsis of outcomes for the application of fitness criteria for different categories of fitness.
British Medical Journal, Oct. 1996, Vol.313, p.934-938. 8 ref.

CIS 96-1766 Historic decision to ban asbestos!
L'amiante interdit, une décision historique! [in French]
Complete report on the decision made in France to ban asbestos as of 1 Jan. 1997. Main contents: measures taken by the Minister of Labour and Social Affairs; conclusions of an expert survey undertaken by INSERM (mainly, all types of asbestos are carcinogenic); ten-year review of recognized cases of occupational disease by region; responsibilities of owners of buildings; list of suppliers, equipment designed for work with or in the presence of asbestos, new regulations applicable in France. (See CIS 96-1546).
Travail et sécurité, Sep. 1996, No.552, p.11-46. Illus.

CIS 96-1480 Marsot J.
Magnetic REED position sensors. Rules for use in safety applications
Détecteurs de position magnétiques à lames souples [in French]
This study concerns the operating principles and characteristics of magnetic REED position sensors and the situation with regard to regulations and standards. It describes the tests carried out and their results. Being airtight, explosion-proof, chemical-resistant and easy to clean, these devices are replacing conventional mechanically operated position detectors in harsh environments. Objections have been raised, however, against the use of this type of sensor in safety applications, for example: possibility of defeating the device, sensitivity to mechanical vibrations and the very serious risk due to the welding of the contacts. The results of the study provide some answers to these objections, which include application of the redundancy principle (without fully eliminating the danger of contact welding) and the use of a sensor-specific control magnet ("coded magnet") to limit the possibility of defeating the device.
Cahiers de notes documentaires - Hygiène et sécurité du travail, 2nd Quarter 1996, No.163, Note No.2021-163-96, p.185-196. Illus. 17 ref.

1995

CIS 02-863 Analysis of dangerous substances
Gefahrstoff-Analytik [in German]
Update to the loose-leaf collection of methods for monitoring compliance with exposure limits and anti-pollution laws, and for analysis of process gases (CIS 90-955). Main topics covered: ISO standards for the analysis of toxic substances; VDI guidelines with respect to air protection; reducing the exposure to environmental contaminants at the place of work; guide for compiling safety data sheets; updating of the law on the safety of equipment; environmental compatibility tests; law on protection against immissions; proposals of an European Commission working group for the evaluation of hazards at the place of work; amendments to Council Regulation 2455/92/EEC (see CIS 93-1426) concerning the export and import of certain dangerous chemicals; limitations of the emissions of VOCs during the storage of motor fuel.
Ecomed Verlagsgesellschaft AG & Co. KG, Rudolf-Diesel-Str. 3, 86899 Landsberg/Lech, Germany, 35. Ergänzungslieferung, Nov. 1995. 208p. Bibl.ref.

CIS 99-1772 Registered and restricted pesticides (Registration) Regulations, 1995 [Belize]
Topics: approval; Belize; control of issue of dangerous materials; hazard identification; labelling; law; notification of dangerous substances; pesticides.
Government Printery, Laws, Statutes (Belize), 1995, No.77, p.1-18.

CIS 99-1343 Valle F.A.
Safety in the generation, accumulation, distribution and use of compressed air
Seguridad en la generación, acumulación, distribución y utilización del aire comprimido [in Spanish]
Topics: compressed air; compressed gases; compressors; evaluation of equipment; noise; pressure gauges; safe working methods; safe working pressures; safety checks; safety devices; Spain.
Instituto Nacional de Seguridad e Higiene en el Trabajo, Ediciones y Publicaciones, c/Torrelaguna 73, 28027 Madrid, Spain, 1995. ix, 118p. Illus. 13 ref.

CIS 97-1669 Pérez Guerrero A.
Fire extinguishing: Checking plan for equipment
Extinción de incendio: plan de revisión de equipos [in Spanish]
This information note presents, in the form of tables, recommendations for the maintenance and periodic checks of fire protection equipment and systems. Fire alarms, portable fire extinguishers, fixed extinguishing systems and automatic fire protection systems are included.
Instituto Nacional de Seguridad e Higiene en el Trabajo, Ediciones y Publicaciones, c/Torrelaguna 73, 28027 Madrid, Spain, 1995. 4p. 2 ref.

CIS 97-531 Krüger W.
Overlapping of plant safety functions - Professionalism and professionalization
Überschneidung betrieblicher Sicherheitsfunktionen. Verberuflichung und Professionalisierung [in German]
This research report illustrates a number of important developments currently taking place in the area of professional performance of safety functions. The combination of tasks, especially those of labour and environmental protection, is an important new trend. The professional performance of safety functions in Germany must fit into the existing economic structure. This demands a rethinking of the concepts of training and development. It is only possible to establish and maintain professionalism if professionals can develop the specialized knowledge appropriate for solving urgent problems. It is argued that the area of safety is a demanding engineering job and that it is not therefore possible to take on this function as a sideline without the appropriate training.
Hauptverband der gewerblichen Berufsgenossenschaften (HVBG), Alte Heerstrasse 111, 53754 Sankt Augustin, Germany, 1995. 142p. Illus. 60 ref.

CIS 97-453 Safe maintenance
Sicheres Instandhalten [in German]
Thanks to mechanization, manual handling operations are reduced and therefore safety at the workplace is improved. However, this mechanization makes maintenance and repair of machinery all the more important. This safety guide aimed at workers reviews available safety strategies applying to personnel (workers' training), working techniques and work organization. Other problems, like maintenance work conducted in small locales and the maintenance of buildings are also dealt with. Check lists for the maintenance of machinery, equipment, small locales and buildings.
Allgemeine Unfallversicherungsanstalt, Abteilung für Unfallverhütung und Berufskrankheitenbekämpfung, Adalbert-Stifter-Strasse 65, 1201 Wien, Austria, 1995. 23p. Illus.

CIS 96-2112 Van Tongeren M., Kromhout H., Swuste P.
A protocol for systematic workplace investigation in the rubber manufacturing industry
A protocol for systematic workplace investigation in the Dutch rubber manufacturing industry has been developed. The protocol, based on results and experiences of an industry-wide hygiene study, makes it possible to evaluate and control hazardous working conditions in rubber manufacturing facilities not included in the hygiene survey. Emphasis is placed on the assessment of exposure to particulates, rubber fumes, solvents and noise, and of dermal exposure to contaminants, but also of exposure to vibration, extreme climate conditions, deleterious working postures, accident risks and unhealthy working habits. Data were collected by using questionnaires and check-lists with the analysis being performed using a large number of decision trees which are based on the best technical means of controlling hazardous working conditions. A test was carried out to compare the results of the protocol with results of the hygiene study. Although this test indicated that the protocol does not generate quantifiable results, it was concluded that it could be a very useful tool for evaluating control measures, for indicating better means of controlling hazardous working conditions and for setting priorities for exposure monitoring and workplace improvement.
Annals of Occupational Hygiene, Feb. 1995, Vol.39, No.1, p.55-61. Illus. 8 ref.

CIS 96-1185 Interministerial Order No.9 TT/LB of 13 Apr. 1995 setting out work that is hazardous and prohibited for young workers [Vietnam]
Thông Tu' liên Bô sô 9-TT/LB ngày 13-4-1995 quy đinh các điêu kiên lao đông có hai và các công viêc câm su' dung lao dông chu'a thành niên [in Vietnamese]
Government Order prohibiting young persons from jobs judged to be too hazardous. In annex: list of such occupations.
Công Báo, 30 Sep. 1995, No.18, p.500-504.

CIS 96-1045 General periodic checking of certain kinds of working equipment
Vérifications générales périodiques de certains équipements de travail [in French]
This technical note discusses the issues raised by the Orders of 5 March and 3 June 1993 (CIS 94-780), especially as regards to the principle of preventive maintenance. All equipment is covered by the Orders, but the specific checks are not set out in detail. Maintenance and regular checking are the responsibility of the enterprise.
Cahiers de notes documentaires - Hygiène et sécurité du travail, 4th Quarter 1995, No.161, Note No.2008-161-95, p.525-530.

CIS 96-553 Ferrier V.
Safety monitors
Les contrôleurs de sécurité [in French]
Description via examples of the three principal missions of the safety monitor (contrôleur de sécurité), who has the central role in matters of safety in French enterprises: monitoring safety conditions, providing advice and supplying safety training.
Travail et sécurité, Nov. 1995, No. 542, p.580-590. Illus

CIS 96-1010 Lusk S.L., Ronis D.L., Kerr M.J.
Predictors of hearing protection use among workers - Implications for training programs
A conceptual Health Promotion Model was used to identify predictors of hearing protection use among 504 manufacturing workers. In general, the workers reported using hearing protection more than two-thirds of the time they were required to do so; about 40% reported using it all the time and about 10% reported never using it. The strongest predictors of use were self-efficacy, perceived benefits, perceived value and barriers to use. Items in the barriers scale were most strongly correlated with use and had the greatest potential for change. These factors may therefore be used as the basis of a training intervention programme.
Human Factors, Sep. 1995, Vol.37, No.3, p.635-640. 17 ref.

CIS 95-2208 Bonnard N.
Ministère de l'Environnement
Controlling new chemical substances
Contrôle des substances chimiques nouvelles [in French]
Main contents of this information note: definition of new substances subject to declaration prior to marketing in the European Union; declaration dossiers, technical dossiers; special case of substances at the research or production development stage; updating of declaration dossiers; additional technical dossier in the event of an increase in the quantities marketed by different manufacturers. Procedure for the notification of a new substance - Substances manufactured inside the European Union; substances manufactured outside the European Union. Exemption from physico-chemical, toxicological and ecotoxicological tests if the substance has already been declared. Confidentiality: dossiers, data storage by French competent authorities; access to the dossiers. Practical information on filing declaration dossiers. Time lapse before arrival on market of newly declared substances. Time lapse before arrival on market of new quantities of a new substance, with updating of technical dossiers. Examination of dossiers; exchanges with the EU; data storage.
Cahiers de notes documentaires - Hygiène et sécurité du travail, 2nd Quarter 1995, No.159, Note No.1988-159-95, p.201-220.

CIS 95-2062 Administration report of the Department of Labour for the year 1993
Four chapters of this annual report touch on occupational safety and health: "Library Services", "Factories Division", "Division of Occupational Hygiene" and "Foreman Training Institute". The chapter on the Factories Division reports 26 fatal accidents (33 victims) and 3417 non-fatal accidents in premises subject to the Factories Ordinance (CIS 88-1416, 88-1417). Research, inspection, exposure assessment, information and training activities of the units are summarized.
Department of Labour, Labour Secretariat, Kirula Road, Colombo 5, Sri Lanka, no date [distributed 1995]. 61p.

CIS 95-1809 Leichnitz K.
Analysis of dangerous substances
Gefahrstoff-Analytik [in German]
Update to the loose-leaf collection of methods for monitoring compliance with exposure limits and antipollution laws, and for analysis of process gases. This installment follows that abstracted under CIS 95-1442. It includes: descriptions of European Standards DIN EN 689 on determination of exposure and DIN EN 482 on the performance of methods for determining concentrations in air; definitions of "to be exposed" (ausgesetzt sein) and "action level" (Auslöseschwelle); updated lists of exposure levels (TRK, MAK, BAT) and of recognized carcinogens; new or updated Technical Rules for Dangerous Substances (TRGS) 300 (safety techniques), 513 and 522 (fumigation with ethylene oxide and/or formaldehyde), 519 (demolition, cleanup or maintenance involving asbestos) and 520 (hazardous waste dumps).
Ecomed Verlagsgesellschaft AG & Co. KG, Rudolf-Diesel-Str. 3, 86899 Landsberg/Lech, Germany, 34. Ergänzungslieferung, Aug. 1995. 280p. Illus. Bibl.ref.

CIS 95-1678
Health and Safety Executive
Improving compliance with safety procedures - Reducing industrial violations
This report outlines practical strategies for reducing the potential violation of safety rules and procedures. Contents: human error in industry; the effect of violations on safety and efficiency; role of management; types of violations; methodology for reducing violation potential (identifying the main problems, understanding the causes of the problem, identifying and selecting solutions); sample questionnaires and analysis charts used in the investigation. Recommended solutions are presented in the areas of the design and application of rules and procedures, training, safety commitment, supervision, plant design, job design, work conditions and logistic and organizational factors.
HSE Books, P.O. Box 1999, Sudbury, Suffolk CO10 6FS, United Kingdom, 1995. vii, 64p. 26 ref. Price: GBP 20.00.

CIS 95-1879
Health and Safety Executive
Power presses - Thorough examination and testing
Contents of this guidance note: legal requirements; organizing the thorough examination; first examination of a used power press; power press actuation and control (positive key clutches, friction clutch presses, brakes, dual operated valves); safety devices (interlocking guards, electrosensitive protection systems); measurement of stopping time performance; daily inspection and test of safety devices. In annex: qualifications required for the organization and persons appointed to examine power presses.
HSE Books, PO Box 1999, Sudbury, Suffolk CO10 6FS, United Kingdom, 1995. 8p. 4 ref. Price: GBP 4.00.

CIS 95-1055 Leichnitz K.
Analysis of dangerous substances
Gefahrstoff-Analytik [in German]
Update to the loose-leaf collection of methods for monitoring compliance with exposure limits and antipollution laws, and for analysis of process gases. This installment follows that abstracted under CIS 95-681. It includes definitions of units and concepts in air quality determination, an overview of correction of air analysis data for temperature, pressure and humidity according to standard ISO 8756, a 120-page extract (in English) of the US Environmental Protection Agency's "Building Air Quality: a Guide for Building Owners and Facility Managers", a checklist (also in English) for workplace assessment prepared by the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, the full texts of European Union Directive 94/9/EC on the harmonization of legislation covering explosion-proof equipment and protection systems and Decision 93/465/EEC on technical guidelines for harmonization of the process of conformity testing and the attribution of the CE mark.
Ecomed Verlagsgesellschaft AG & Co. KG, Rudolf-Diesel-Str. 3, 86899 Landsberg/Lech, Germany, 32. Ergänzungslieferung, Mar. 1995. 244p. Illus. Bibl.ref.

1994

CIS 97-11
Ministério da Indústria e Energia
Decree-Law No.228/94 of 13 September on restrictions on the use and marketing of asbestos and products containing asbestos [Portugal]
Decreto-Lei n°228/94 de 13 de Setembro: restrições à utilização e comercialização do amianto e de produtos que o contenham [in Portuguese]
Modification of Decree-Law No.28/87 (CIS 87-744), modified by Decree-Law No.138/88 (CIS 90-1075), bringing it into line with Directive 91/659/EEC (CIS 92-19) concerning the use and marketing of asbestos and products containing asbestos.
Diário da República, 13 Sep. 1994, Series I-A, No.212, p.5471-5472.

CIS 97-10
Ministério da Indústria e Energia
Order No.968/94 of 28 October on restrictions on the marketing and use of certain dangerous substances and preparations [Portugal]
Portaria n°968/94 de 28 de Outubro: estabelece as limitações da comercialização e da utilização de determinadas substâncias e preparações perigosas [in Portuguese]
Subject: restrictions on the marketing and use of certain dangerous substances and preparations, such as pentachlorophenol and compounds; cadmium and compounds; methyltetrachlorodiphenylmethane, methyldichlorodiphenylmethane and methyldibromodiphenylmethane. Annex: names and CAS number of chemical products mentioned. Reference to Decree-Law 232/94 of 14 September; Directive 91/173/EEC; Directive 91/338/EEC (CIS 92-20); Directive 91/339/EEC (CIS 92-21).
Diário da República, 28 Oct. 1994, Series I-B, No.250, p.6500-6502.
http://www.diramb.gov.pt/data/basedoc/FCH_5219_LN.htm [in Portuguese]

CIS 96-1746 Giannasi F.
Asbestos in Brazil: Controlled use or ban?
O amianto no Brasil: Uso controlado ou banimento? [in Portuguese]
Discussion of the pros and cons of banning asbestos in Brazil.
Revista brasileira de saúde ocupacional, July-Sep. 1994, Vol.22, No.83, p.17-24. 24 ref. ###

CIS 96-1476 Cianotti R., Martella G., Pagano G.
Conformity tests, periodical checks and EC marking of machines. Present situation and new procedures foreseen in relation to EC directives
Omologazione, verifiche periodiche e marcatura "CE" delle macchine - Situazione vigente e nuove procedure previste in relazione alle direttive comunitarie [in Italian]
A synthesis of procedures for conformity tests and periodical checking in Italy, as required by EC directives (particularly, 89/392/EEC, see CIS 89-1442) for lifting equipment, aerial ladders, overhead cranes and hydro-extractors. The relationship between the implementation of the Directives and the application of Italian Decree No.547 of 27 Apr. 1955 (CIS 91-351) is discussed.
Fogli d'informazione ISPESL, Jan.-Mar. 1994, Vol.7, No.1, p.3-9.

CIS 95-2220 Ammonia plant safety and related facilities
Presentations and subsequent discussions from a symposium held in Orlando, Florida, USA in 1993. In addition to several papers on the causes and prediction of equipment failure, there are three dealing explicitly with occupational safety. "Management of safety on major turnarounds" describes the administrative and technical methods used to safety shut down, modify and restart chemical plants. "Training CPI [chemical process industry] workers to comply with OSHA [US Occupational Safety and Health Administration] regulations" emphasizes the importance of developing employee competence and documenting work procedures. "Application of HAZOP [hazard and operability] analyses" deals with safety analysis in a large 20-year-old ammonia plant in Europe.
American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 345 East 47th Street, New York, NY 10017, USA, 1994. 312p. Illus. Bibl.ref.

CIS 95-1584 Factories and Industrial Undertakings (Suspended Working Platforms) Regulation [Hong Kong]
This Regulation concerns the safe operation of suspended platforms used for carrying persons. Contents: interpretation of terms used; construction and maintenance; anchorage and support; suspension; counterbalance and counterweights; platform; safe means of access; drums and pulleys; brakes; control levers, switches; protection of climbers against the effects of weather; safety ropes and safety devices; safety belts and lifelines; erection, dismantling and alteration; trained and competent workers; use in bad weather conditions; inspections by competent persons; test and examination before use; duties of examiners; marking of safe working loads and number of persons allowed; construction of wire ropes; keeping of records of maintenance; keeping and displaying of reports; prohibitions and offences.
Hong Kong Government Gazette, 1 July 1994, Vol.136, No.26, legal supplement No.2, p.B1405-B1418.

CIS 95-866 Good and bad practices - Construction sites
Falsch - richtig: Situationen auf Baustellen [in German]
This brochure, using no textual information at all, shows different working situations on a construction site with illustrations of safe and usafe working practices. Reprint of Swiss document analyzed under CIS 90-1841.
Allgemeine Unfallversicherungsanstalt, Abteilung für Unfallverhütung und Berufskrankheitenbekämpfung, Adalbert-Stifter-Strasse 65, 1200 Wien, Austria, 1st ed., 1994. 30p. Illus.

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