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When employing employees for hazardous work, the employer should pay particular attention to health and safety training. It is the employer's responsibility to provide direct supervision of this work. It is also his duty to ensure that only authorized and properly instructed persons have access to places of performance of this type of work. Each employee, regardless of the nature of the work performed, is obliged to strictly observe the health and safety rules in order to be able to safely perform the tasks entrusted to him.

Periodic training for people who carry out work that is harmful to health, burdensome and dangerous is a very important course. The organization of periodic training is focused on updating knowledge, while for the newest employees it is the transfer of the necessary knowledge that will allow them to work in accordance with the regulations.

An employee who will undergo periodic training receives a certificate, which is kept in the personal files. The training organizer should ensure that employees are provided with knowledge and skills in the field of performing and organizing work in accordance with the principles of health and safety at work.

Who can conduct health and safety training

  • The employer, if he performs the tasks of the health and safety service himself,
  • Qualified employee of the OHS service,
  • A person performing OSH service tasks, employed by a given employer,
  • An employee employed by a given employer who has knowledge and skills and has a current certificate of completion of the required health and safety training

The validity of the training

Depending on the function / position, the validity of the training varies from 1 to 6 years.

 Training program

  • Discussion of real events occurring during improper performance of works in confined spaces
  • Rules of conduct during accidents and the rules of providing first aid,
  • Threats due to factors occurring during the performance of dangerous works,
  • Use of personal protective equipment,
  • Fire protection for particularly dangerous work,
  • Circumstances and causes of accidents during particularly dangerous works
  • Regulations in the field of occupational health and safety,
  • Principles of carrying out work in zones particularly at risk of explosion

Benefits of training

  • Obtaining templates of documentation required to carry out particularly dangerous works
  • Reducing the statistics of fatal, serious and collective accidents,
  • Reduction of risks when performing particularly dangerous works,
  • Protection of the health and life of people employed in the workplace,
  • Shortening the time of these works,
  • Transferring knowledge that has a direct impact on the safety of people performing the work,

Training rules for employers

  • Providing the employee with free personal protective equipment and acquainting him with the methods of use, Conducting systematic training of employees in the field of occupational health and safety,
  • Issuing detailed instructions and guidance on occupational health and safety at workplaces,
  • Familiarizing employees with the provisions and principles of occupational health and safety relating to the work they perform

Threats in places that are particularly dangerous for employees

  • Inside the bunkers of coal, coal dust, slag and ash and others, which may contain poisonous, suffocating, corrosive, flammable or explosive gases or liquids,
  • Inside the furnace chambers of boilers, flue gas ducts, bunkers, boilers, hoppers, chutes and in liquid and gaseous fuel tanks,
  • On the height,
  • On water, steam, compressed air, oil pipelines, fire extinguishing systems with working overpressure from 50Kpa, requiring disassembly or breach of supports and pipeline slings
  • Require the use of chemical agents for cleaning boilers, pipelines, pressure vessels and pressure reservoirs
  • When repairing or replacing submersible pumps, valves, pipelines and hazardous chemicals
  • In excavations performed during repairs or inspections of gas pipelines or other gas equipment
  • When performing tests and measurements, with the exception of works performed by authorized employees in agreed places
  • With power lines disconnected or under construction, overhead lines with a voltage of 1 KV and above,
  • Cutting power cables
  • Performing near unshielded power devices or their parts that are under voltage
  • Maintenance, modernization and overhaul of electric power devices that are under voltage

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