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1998

CIS 01-618
Ministério do Trabalho
Regulatory Standard 18 - Working conditions and the work environment in the construction industry [Brazil]
Norma Regulamentadora 18 - Condições e meio ambiente do trabalho na indústria da construção [in Portuguese]
This Regulatory Standard on safety, health and working conditions in the construction industry was originally issued by Regulation (Portaria) No.4 of 4 July 1995 (see CIS 96-1179), and modified by Regulations 7/1997 (3 Mar.), 12/97 (6 May) and 20/98 (17 Apr.). Contents: scope; mandatory preparation of a working conditions and work environment plan (PCMAT) in construction establishments employing more than 20 workers; welfare facilities; special provisions for work involving demolition, excavation, foundations and rock removal; carpentry work; steel, other metal and concrete structures; welding and cutting; ladders, ramps and passageways; falls from heights; transport and movement of materials and persons; scaffolding; wire ropes; coating and painting; roofing work; work on water; confined spaces; electric installations; machinery, equipment and tools; PPE; storage of materials; in-plant transport; fire safety; safety signs; training; order and cleanliness; tunnels and galleries; fatal accidents; statistical data; safety committees; glossary.
Fundacentro, Rua Capote Valente 710, São Paulo, SP 05409-002, Brazil, 1998. 135p.
http://www.mte.gov.br/legislacao/normas_regulamentadoras/nr_18geral.pdf [in Portuguese]

1995

CIS 96-1179 Regulatory Standard No.18 - Working Conditions and the Working Environment in the Construction Industry [Brazil]
Norma Regulamentadora n°18 - Condições e meio ambiente de trabalho na indústria da construção [in Portuguese]
This regulation (effective 7 July 1995) approves the regulatory standard on safety, health and working conditions in the construction industry. Contents: scope; preliminary notification of construction projects; obligatory preparation of a working conditions and work environment plan (PCMAT) in all construction establishments with > 20 workers; welfare facilities for workers; special provisions for work involving demolition, excavation, foundations and rock removal; carpentry work; steel, other metal and concrete structures; welding and cutting; ladders, ramps and passageways; protection against falls from heights; transport and movement of materials and persons; scaffolding; wire ropes; coating and painting; roofing work; work on water; confined spaces; electric installations; machinery, equipment and tools; PPE; storage of materials; transport of workers by motorized vehicles; fire safety; safety signs; training; order and cleanliness; tunnels and galleries; fatal accidents; statistical data; safety committees; technical safety rules. Glossary. Regulation SSMT No.17 of 7 July 1983 is revoked.
Revista CIPA, July 1995, Vol.16, No.188, p.88-116. Also in: Diário Oficial, 7 July 1995, p.10.066-, Section I.

1986

CIS 87-741 Monticuco D., Atienza C.
Safety engineering and occupational medicine clauses in civil engineering contracts [Brazil]
Cláusulas contratuais de engenharia de segurança e medicina do trabalho nas atividades da engenharia civil [in Portuguese]
Clauses relating to safety and health suggested for inclusion in civil engineering contracts in Brazil: technical, financial and documentary obligations of the contractor.
Fundacentro, Divisão de Segurança do Trabalho, Rua Capote Valente 710, Caixa Postal 11.484, 05409 São Paulo, SP, Brazil, Rev.ed., 1986. 17p. 24 ref.

1974

CIS 75-828
National Department of Occupational Safety and Health (Departamento Nacional de Segurança e Higiene do Trabalho), Brasilia.
Regulation No.15 of 18 August 1972
Portaria N°.15 de 18 de agosto de 1972 [in Portuguese]
Contents: transport and storage of building materials; machinery and equipment (inspection, safety devices, etc.); tools; demolition and excavation work; scaffolding; protective scaffolds; ladders; floor openings; builders' and personnel hoists; safety of provisional electrical installations; metal constructions; welfare facilities.
CIPA Jornal, Oct.-Dec. 1974, Vol.25, No.181, p.1-16.