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Original name: Nariadenie vlady Slovenskej republiky o minimalnych poziadavkach na poskytovanie a pouzivanie osobnych ochrannych pracovnych prostriedkov
Name: Ordinance No. 395/2006 on minimum requirements for provision and use of personal protective equipment.
Country: Slovakia
Subject(s): Occupational safety and health
Type of legislation: Regulation, Decree, Ordinance
Adopted on: 2006-05-24
Entry into force:
Published on: Zbierka Zákonov Slovenskej Republiky, 2006, Ciastka 142, 2918-2946
ISN: SVK-2006-R-83728
Bibliography: Zbierka Zákonov Slovenskej Republiky, 2006, Ciastka 142, 2918-2946
Ordinance on-line in Slovak Ordinance on-line in Slovak, IURA Edition, Slovakia PDF PDF (consulted on 2010-08-17)
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Abstract/Citation: Defines what should and should not be considered as personal protective equipment. It defines conditions when an employer is obliged to provide personal protective equipment to employees, the required qualities of this equipment as well as rights and duties of both employers and employees with regard to the protective equipment. Incorporates Directive 89/656/EEC of 30 November 1989 into Slovak legal order.
Annex 1 gives a list of different personal protective equipments; Annex 2 lists different kinds of danger; Annex 3 enumerates activities for which the use of personal protective equipments is required; Annex 4 lists criteria for choice of protective equipment.
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