Parts 4-9 (plant, manual handling, hazardous substances, confined spaces, storage and handling of dangerous goods, major hazard facilities) contain as yet no provisions.(66395) Occupational Health and Safety (Commonwealth Employment) (National Standards) Regulations (Amendment) [Australia].
In annex: list of offences and penalties; list of plant specified as "high risk"; dictionary of defined terms. In schedules: minimum requirements concerning safety signs and signals at work (types of signs, interchanging and combining signs); minimum requirements concerning signboards (prohibitory, warning, mandatory, emergency, first-aid and fire-fighting signs); minimum requirements governing signs on containers and pipes, the identification and location of fire-fighting equipment, illuminated signs, acoustic signals, verbal communication and hand signals.
(66398) Health and Safety - The Health and Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996 [United Kingdom]. The Safety Signs Regulations 1980 (CIS 81-1152) are revoked.
Illustrations of standard signs are given throughout.
(66391) Occupational Health and Safety (Commonwealth Employment) (National Standards) Regulations [Australia].
Australian Government Publishing Service, GPO Box 84, Canberra ACT 2601, Australia, 1994. (In English) Internet: Regulations issued under the 1991 Act (see CIS 91-1751) concerning employment regulated by Australian Commonwealth authorities. Part 2 of the Regulations (competency requirements and certification standards) apply to workers operating certain kinds of industrial equipment, as defined in the National Occupational Health and Safety Certification Standard for Users and Operators of Industrial Equipment (CIS 95-2267).
They were originally notified in the Commonwealth of Australia Gazette on 13 Dec. Part 3 deals with occupational noise on the basis of the National Occupational Noise Standard (CIS 94-690), limiting noise exposure to 85d B(A) (8h equivalent sound pressure level) and to a peak sound pressure level of 140d B(lin).Relevant duties of manufacturers, employers, employees and contractors are given.Workplace Health and Safety Act 1995 [Australia - Queensland].Offprint from the Queensland Government Gazette, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 1995. (In English) Internet: HSa A95.pdf This Act (assented to on 11 Apr.1995, commenced on 1 July 1995), replaces the 1989 Act by the same title (CIS 90-1402). Price: GBP 3.70., ISBN 0-11-054093-X (In English) Internet: These Regulations (entry into force: 1 Apr.Contents: scope of the Act (excluded areas: mines, petroleum industry, use of explosives, public safety, radioactive substances, traffic, marine safety); definitions; workplace health and safety obligations (by employers, manufacturers, suppliers, owners of high risk plant, workers etc.); compliance standards; advisory standards; industry consultative arrangements (establishment and role of the Workplace Health and Safety Council and of industry committees); workplace consultative arrangements (workplace health and safety representatives and committees); workplace health and safety officers; inspectors (appointment, general powers, improvement and prohibition notices, other investigative powers, other enforcement matters); boards of inquiry; appeals; legal proceedings; offences; issuing of regulations; transitional provisions. 1996) introduce into British legislation (including offshore workplaces) measures relating to the provision and use of safety signs and signals required by Directive 92/58/EEC (CIS 93-1752).