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Original name: Nariadenie vlady Slovenskej republiky o minimalnych poziadavkach na zaistenie bezpecnosti a ochrany zdravia pri praci vo vybusnom prostredi
Name: Ordinance No. 393/2006 on minimum safety and health requirements for work in explosive environments.
Country: Slovakia
Subject(s): Protection against particular hazards
Type of legislation: Regulation, Decree, Ordinance
Adopted on: 2006-05-24
Entry into force:
Published on: Zbierka Zákonov Slovenskej Republiky, 2006-06-10, Ciastka 140, 2902-2910
ISN: SVK-2006-R-83751
Bibliography: Zbierka Zákonov Slovenskej Republiky, 2006-06-10, Ciastka 140, 2902-2910
Act on-line in Slovak Act on-line in Slovak, Slovakia PDF PDF (consulted on 2010-05-31)
Abstract/Citation: Defines employers' duties concerning prevention and protection against explosion. Sets out guidelines for evaluation of risks of explosions. Also defines duties of employers to coordinate protective measures with other persons who are not employees but independent contractors.
Incorporates into Slovak legal system the Directive of European Parliament and of Council 1999/92/ES of 16 December 1999. Annex 1 categorizes spaces with explosive environments. Annex 2 lists in details the minimum requirements for assuring the safety and health of persons working in explosive environments as well as the requirement for choice of protective systems and devices. Annex 4 specifies particular measures to be taken in spaces at risk of explosions.
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