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Salud y seguridad - Reglamento de 1998 sobre Control del Amianto en el Trabajo (Enmienda) [Reino Unido]
Health and Safety - The Control of Asbestos at Work (Amendment) Regulations 1998 [United Kingdom] [en inglés]
Este Reglamento (entrado en vigor: 1 de agosto de 1999) enmienda el Reglamento de 1987 sobre Control del Amianto en el Trabajo (CIS 89-1418). Temas tratados: amianto; equipo de protección personal; ley; limitación de la exposición; Reino Unido; responsabilidades de los empresarios; valores-umbral.
HMSO Publications, P.O. Box 276, London SW8 5DT, Reino Unido, 1999. 5p. Precio: GBP 2,00.
Health and Safety - The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (Amendment) Regulations 1992 [United Kingdom]
These Regulations amend the original 1988 Regulations (see CIS 89-1092) and they implement as respects Great Britain Council Directive 90/394/EEC (CIS 90-1758) on the protection of workers from the risks related to exposure to carcinogens at work (except for provisions relating to asbestos). The Regulations provide a definition of carcinogens, and require: appropriate preventive and control measures in workplaces where carcinogens are present; regular reviews of carcinogenicity assessments; the keeping of health records for 40yrs. In the schedules: a new list of maximum exposure limits (new long-term 8h TWA limit for bis(chloromethyl) ether: 0.001ppm = 0.005mg/m3; modified exposure limit for benzene: 5ppm = 16mg/m3); a new list of substances and processes to which the definition of "carcinogen" relates.
HMSO Books, P.O. Box 276, London SW8 5DT, United Kingdom, 1992. 5p. Price: GBP 1.50.
Health and Safety - The Control of Asbestos at Work (Amendment) Regulations 1992 [United Kingdom]
These Regulations (entry into force: 1 Jan. 1993) amend the Control of Asbestos at Work Regulations 1987 (see CIS 89-1418), and they implement as respects Great Britain Council Directives 91/382/EEC (see CIS 92-15) and 90/394/EEC (CIS 90-1758). The Regulations redefine the terms action level and control limit. "Action level" is defined as cumulative exposures to asbestos over a continuous 12-week period of 96 fibre-hours/mL of air, when exposure is solely to chrysotile, and 48 fibre-hours/mL of air otherwise. "Control limit" is defined as asbestos concentrations of 0.5 fibres/mL of air (for chrysotile alone) and 0.2 fibres/mL of air when other types of asbestos are present, both averaged over a continuous period of 4h. When averaging is over a continuous period of 10min, the control limit is 3 times the above. The Regulations also make provisions for an obligatory work plan before any work involving the removal of asbestos from buildings or structures, and for emergency action when asbestos escapes into the workplace air at concentrations exceeding the control limit.
HMSO Books, P.O. Box 276, London SW8 5DT, United Kingdom, 1992. 3p. Price: GBP 1.05.
Health and Safety - The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (Amendment) Regulations 1991 [United Kingdom]
The schedule presented in these Regulations replaces the list of exposure limits in the original 1988 regulations (see CIS 89-1092) and in its 1990 amendment, now repealed (see CIS 90-1761). With certain exceptions, the importation, supply and use at work of benzene are prohibited. New maximum exposure limits are prescribed for chromium, grain dust, nickel and silica.
HMSO Books, P.O. Box 276, London SW8 5DT, United Kingdom, 1991. 4p. Price: GBP 1.00.
Health and Safety: The Control of Asbestos at Work Regulations 1987 [United Kingdom]
Regulations implementing in Great Britain the provisions of EEC Directives No. 76/769/EEC and 83/477/EEC (see CIS 84-327) relating to asbestos. Contents: interpretation (Control limits: when crocidolite or amosite is present - 0.2 fibres/mL of air for 4h and 0.6f/mL for 10 min exposures; for other kinds of asbestos - 0.5f/mL for 4h and 1.5f/mL for 10 min exposures. Action level: when crocidolite or amosite is present - 48 fibres-hours/mL air; otherwise - 120f/mL); duties of employers; identification of type of asbestos; hazard evaluation; notification of work with asbestos; information, instruction and training; prevention or reduction of exposure; control measures; provision and cleaning of protective clothing; cleanliness of premises and plant; designated areas; air monitoring; health records and medical surveillance; washing and changing facilities; storage, distribution and labelling of asbestos; supply of products containing asbestos; exemption certificates.
HMSO Books, P.O. Box 276, London, SW8 5DT, United Kingdom, 1987. 12p. Price: GBP 2.20.